The Port Townsend Marine Science Center serves our mission to inspire conservation of the Salish Sea by focusing in three areas: lifelong education programs, citizen science research, and engaging visitor experiences. Operating as a 501(c)(3) non-profit located in the Fort Worden State Park and in the Flagship Landing Building at 1001 Water Street in downtown Port Townsend, with a $1.4M operating budget, 13 staff, and 200 plus volunteers, the Port Townsend Marine Science Center serves 24,000 people annually.
Water Street Store Cashier
The Water Street Store Cashier supports the goals of PTMSC's downtown location by providing a welcoming experience to all visitors. Both the Store and the Visitor Center exist to provide program support to PTMSC. The Store focuses on environmentally responsible merchandise and features local vendors, artists and craftspeople. The Visitor Center provides information about the unique features of our place in the Salish Sea, the work we do at PTMSC, and our community partners through its exhibits and onsite volunteers.
Priority application deadline is Friday, February 10, 2023.
The Port Townsend Marine Science Center is seeking an environmental educator with a passion for marine biology and conservation and working with youth outdoors to assist the Education Coordinator in overall management and operations of PTMSC marine biology Summer Camps. To learn more about summer camps at PTMSC, visit our Summer Camps webpage.
Priority application deadline is Friday, March 3, 2023.
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