Family Programs Managerâ€¹Museum of HistoryMiami. The Museum of
HistoryMiami (MHM), located in downtown Miami, is a well-established
institution with approximately 35 full and part-time employees and an
annual budget of $ 3 million. MHM maintains active permanent, changing
and traveling exhibition programs, dedicated to interpreting the history
and contemporary life of South Florida and the Caribbean. The new Family
Programs Manager will collaborate with education staff to create
innovative family programs for diverse audiences, including camps,
public programs, and community outreaches. He/she will supervise camp
staff and various museum educators, and coordinate relationships with
By October 31, send letter of interest, resume, salary requirements,
electronic portfolio and names of three references to Cecilia Dubon
Slesnick, Vice President, Education and Visitor Services, HistoryMiami,
101 W. Flagler St., Miami, FL 33130, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Curriculum development and management of Â Museum Camps, including One
Day Â Camp, Week Camp, Summer Camp and Camp-Ins.
Curriculum development and management of daily gallery programs.
Curriculum development and management of monthly Family Fun Day.
Management of community outreaches.
Train and supervise staff of museum educators for programs.
Supervise outside contractors for programs.
Manage and develop budget for all Family Programs.
Increase participation/ attendance for all Family Programs.
Other duties as directed.
Educationâ€¹Requires a minimum of Bachelors Degree in Art Education,
Education, History, Art History or other like field. Three years’
experience in museum education programming or related field and minimum
of two years’ management experience.
Knowledge of Object Based Learning and Inquiry Based Learning
Organized and creative with critical thinking and efficient problem
Demonstrated ability to work in a team, with leadership qualities.
Strong Project management skills are essential as is the ability to
Bi-lingual (Spanish) a plus.