Education Director [Old South Meeting House]

Education Director
Old South Meeting House

USA, MA, Boston

Old South Meeting House, a museum, historic site and gathering place, seeks
experienced, creative and collaborative professional to lead and implement
all aspects of its well-established educational programming for adults,
children and other audiences, including year-round public events, school
programs and teacher development opportunities.

Responsibilities include:

– Developing, implementing, evaluating and strengthening programs in
alignment with the museum’s mission and strategic goals;

– Creating, building and maintaining relationships with new and existing

– Planning and teaching programs and recruiting, training and supervising
staff, volunteers and interns as teachers and program facilitators;
Developing and coordinating collaborations with other organizations and

– Developing and administering education budget;

– Helping secure funding for programs through grants and other sources.

Requires occasional evening and weekend work.


– 3-5 years experience in museum education with demonstrated skills in
management and program development;

– Passion for education of children and adults in informal settings;

– Familiarity with current teaching standards;

– Track record of developing and maintaining relationships with broad range
of partners;

– Mature interpersonal style with sense of humor and ability to interact
with a diverse range of people;

– Strong communication skills;

– Willingness to function as key member of a small organization in a
collaborative environment and manage multiple priorities;

– Interest in history and free speech;

– Master’s Degree in museum education or related field.

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