Emily Fisher Landau Fellow (2 year grant funded) | Education*
Evaluates and assesses education programs and interpretive resources
(written, audio, multimedia) for a wide range of audiences, including
family, teacher, and access audiences. Support relevant
studies (with Departments of Marketing, Development, Visitor Services,
etc.). Facilitates multi-part and ongoing program evaluation using
formative, observational, and summative methodology and practice.
and administers evaluation questionnaires. Performs tabulation and
extrapolation of collected data, and creates reports outlining
Assembles presentations of research findings, and updates
about MoMA Education Department¹s research initiatives. Coordinates
projects for the Cross Departmental Working Group on Visitor Learning
consultation with the Director of Interpretation and Research and
Director for Education. Coordinates special research projects for the
Director that have impact across the department as a whole and for the
of museum education. Reports to the Director of Interpretation and
and the Deputy Director for Education.
*Requirements:* MA/MS in art education, museum studies, art history,
education, or studio/media art or related field. Background in art
and museum education and/or research. Minimum two years¹ experience
in a museum or education setting. Knowledge of qualitative research
including: data collection, organization, and tabulation. Knowledge of
quantitative methods preferred. Strong computer skills, including
proficiency with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and survey software.
organizational and project management skills including: keen attention
time-sensitive tasks, details, and follow-up; ability to multi-task on
several projects simultaneously. Excellent verbal and writing. Ability
work with other museum staff. Knowledge of modern and contemporary art
preferred. Application deadline is October 28, 2011.