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Education Programs Coordinator [Providence Children's Museum]

Posted by Amanda Gustin on March 29, 1972 in job announcements |

Education Programs Coordinator, Providence Children¹s Museum

Position Opening: Education Programs Coordinator

Providence Children¹s Museum’s mission is to inspire and celebrate learning
through active play and exploration. The Museum opened to the public in
1977 and now serves 160,000 visitors a year in its hands-on, playful
learning environments.

The Education Programs Coordinator is primarily responsible for the
development and functioning of participatory programs at the Museum and in
the community for children ages 5 to 11. Expectations include:
€ Define goals, content, activities and audience for high quality programs;
€ Develop programs at the Museum for the general public and groups;
€ Manage outreach programs in the community for children in out-of-school
time;
€ Supervise and train program leaders (AmeriCorps members, volunteers,
student interns, staff or contracted);
€ Collaboratively manage Museum resources and schedule programs;
€ Develop and maintain relationships with community partners;
€ Develop and present training for informal educators;
€ Serve as a senior member of the Education Department leadership team.

Seeking: Dynamic educator and leader with strong interpersonal skills.
Reliable, flexible, detail oriented, able to multi-task. Minimum five years
experience in an educational environment, at least three in informal
educational program development. Experience in training and supervising
staff. Experience working with community outreach desirable. Bachelor¹s in
education or equivalent. Full Time salaried with benefits. Providence
Children’s Museum is an equal opportunity employer; members of
racial/ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply.

For job description and application information go to:
http://www.childrenmuseum.org/**employment.asp<http://www.childrenmuseum.org
/employment.asp>

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