At MOSH, you can have a career that makes a difference.

We are always looking for hardworking, dedicated employees to help fulfill the Museum’s mission of inspiring lifelong learning.

If we don’t currently have any position openings that match your skills or level of experience, we will keep your application on file for up to one year to be considered for future vacancies.

MOSH provides equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees. We do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, ancestry, medical condition, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual preference or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law or local ordinance applicable to our work locations. We also make reasonable accommodations for disabled employees if we are aware of the need for accommodation and if the requested accommodation does not cause undue hardship as interpreted from the ADA/ADAAA.

This policy applies to all areas of employment, including recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, compensation, benefits, transfer, and social and recreational programs. Finally, we prohibit the harassment of any individual.


Lead Summer Camp Assistant – Full Time/Seasonal

The Lead Summer Camp Assistant is responsible for assisting the Education Department with all administrative and programmatic aspects of the Summer Camp program, including supplies maintenance, supporting in-classroom activities, and collecting feedback from camp teachers and participants.

Summer Educator – Part Time/Seasonal

The Summer Educator is responsible for assisting Education staff with Extended Care,
summer Camp supplies and logistics, and presenting live programs to the public and visiting

Summer Camp Teacher – Part Time/Seasonal

A Summer Camp teacher is responsible for leading classroom activities for children enrolled in
MOSH Discovery Camp.

Florida Naturalist’s Center Educator – Full Time

The Florida Naturalist performs daily operations in the Florida Naturalist’s Center and facilitates
educational programming about environmental science, conservation, and native Florida
animals, and plants.

Staff Accountant – Full Time

The Staff Accountant is responsible for the monthly preparation of journal entries, reconciliation of various general ledger accounts, assisting in the preparation of financial statements and grant expenditure tracking. Additional responsibilities may include budgeting, payroll accounting, accounts receivable, audit and tax workpaper preparation and special projects as assigned by the Chief Financial Officer. This position is also responsible for backup assistance to all areas within the Finance department.

Environmental Services Technician II – Part Time

The Environmental Services Technician is responsible for performing routine manual tasks in maintaining the cleanliness, sanitary conditions and appearance of Museum and grounds. Assist with events, meetings and programs set up and take down.

Guest Relations Representative – Part Time

The Guest Relations Representative is responsible for providing assistance and information to Museum visitors and staff, and processing admissions; school, group and program fees. Providing customer service to visitors, monitoring Museum appearance and supporting other Museum departments.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we cannot personally contact everyone who submits an application. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a member of our HR department, or by the hiring manager of the position for which you applied. We will make every effort to notify applicants once a position has been filled, however, please refer to this job posting board to determine if positions are open or closed. Questions regarding employment opportunities or application status? Email