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Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) is a non-profit, marine conservation organization, that was founded in 1990 as a way to educate scuba divers and snorkelers in marine life identification and to utilize their marine life sightings. Patterned after the successful Audubon and Cornell birding programs, REEF has grown into a 60,000 plus member organization with programs in place throughout the western hemisphere.

REEF is currently offering 3 opportunities to join their team:   

Invasive Species Program Coordinator: Duties will include organization, scheduling, and participation in Lionfish research, education/outreach, and control programs, and other related REEF activities.

Executive Director: Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for REEF’s staff, programs, and execution of its mission.  With 9 full and part-time staff working from 3 locations, the Executive Director will often be called upon to jump into all aspects of operation.

Director of Operations: The Director of Operations works closely with all team members. They are responsible for internal business operations including financial processes, human resources, scheduling, event coordination, and internal communication.

See here for more employment opportunities with REEF.