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Education Coordinator [Walters Art Museum]

Posted by Amanda Gustin on October 31, 1971 in job announcements |

Education Coordinator, Walters Art Museum

Education Coordinator, School Programs

The Walters Art Museum seeks a professional individual to provide
support in its School Programs Department. The incumbent will have
responsibility for scheduling museum visits and visits to partner
outreach schools; developing and teaching classroom and museum based
lessons for statewide outreach schools, leading school outreach tours
and teaching studio classes. Duties also include working closely with
teachers and docents to ensure programs and resources are
interdisciplinary and curriculum-based; working with docents to ensure
positive museum experiences for school audiences, researching, writing
and reviewing curriculum resources, and performing other duties as
assigned. The position reports to the Manager of School Programs.

Requirements include a B.A. in art education, museum education, fine
arts or art history (Masters preferred), a minimum of 2 years
demonstrated studio art teaching experience, and familiarity with
current technology; background in museum education or classroom teaching
preferred. Candidate must have knowledge of developmental stages for
K-12 students, art integration, local and national art education
standards and application of learning theories to art museum education.
We also require excellent interpersonal, customer service,
organizational, written and verbal and computer skills.

Must provide own transportation, as travel is required.

Excellent benefits package.

Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirement to
jobs@thewalters.org. Application end date is Wednesday, November 23,
2011.

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