Major Duties Summary:
The Education and Outreach Coordinator provides key support to ensure smooth execution of all education programs and initiatives, including project coordination, administration and logistical oversight, use of database systems, and teaching programs and trainings. The position reports to the Museum Director and collaborates with staff throughout the Museum, as well as with external constituents and partners.
Major duties and responsibilities:
·Manage operations and logistics of education programs, including publicity, registration, scheduling, and volunteer administration.
·Manage accurate and up-to-date departmental records and data; ensure access to files; prepare reports on education programs and trainings.
·Communicate and coordinate program details with internal teams and stakeholders.
·Act as point of contact for external constituents including community partners, program participants, parents/guardians, vendors, and corporate representatives.
·Act as project manager for key education initiatives.
·Support outreach efforts to expand presence within target communities.
·Purchase, coordinate, and maintain inventory of materials and supplies; process invoices and purchase orders;
maintain updated versions of program budgets.
·Support day-to-day functioning of Museum interactivities.
·Organize and maintain education storage space and collections of teaching artifacts.
·Support development of education programs and initiatives.
·Bachelor's degree in museum studies or teaching certificate, Master’s degree preferred.
·At least 2 years' professional experience teaching and/or informal learning environments.
·Demonstrated experience with project management.
·Extremely organized; reliable, punctual, accurate, and detail-oriented.
·Excellent interpersonal skills: able to work well with people from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures.
· Ability to prioritize and manage time effectively to administer multiple projects and meet deadlines on time.
·Creative and enthusiastic self-starter with excellent follow-through on projects and assignments.
·Ability to work occasional evening and weekend hours.
·Current, valid driver's license and access to a reliable vehicle.
Salary range $30,000 to $34,000, position open until filled
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