Can't find your dream job on Craig's List? Hate the thought of being stuck in a cubicle? Why not make an 80-foot, three-masted schooner your office. That's what will happen if you're hired as an educator/deckhand on the SoundWaters this upcoming sailing season. This schooner is the centerpiece of a Stamford-based non-profit organization that uses floating classrooms to teach students about Long Island Sound's ecosystems. Job qualifications include knowing how to set sail, haul in a trawl net and immerse students (maybe literally) in Long Island Sound. SoundWaters' classes teach principles of environmental science to students who learn by getting up close and personal with the water. The curriculum also includes a physical science component, that tackles confounding questions such as: how come a 32-ton steel boat doesn't sink like a stone? Room and board, for Captain, Mate and six deckhands, is part of the job package. In other words, you'll have a home office. A full job description can be found at: http://www.soundwaters.org/schooner/recruitment.shtml. But act quickly. As soon as sailing season begins, the SoundWaters will be casting off.