Curator of Education, Interpretation and Visitor Experience, Greensboro
Historical Museum, NC

Primary job function and duties: The Greensboro Historical Museum is
seeking an energetic, creative, community-minded person to head the section
of Education, Interpretation and Visitor Experience. The Curator of
Education, Interpretation and Visitor Experience is primarily responsible
for the development, implementation, and evaluation of all interpretive,
educational and special event programming of the Greensboro Historical
Museum using current learning theory and methodology, technology and museum
best practices. The Curator is responsible for supervising all employees,
docents and volunteers within the department and effectively managing their
hours, duties, responsibilities, and work progress. She/he is responsible
for evaluating and improving visitor services and experience of the museum,
exhibits and collections, including on-line and outreach community
programs. This position requires an exceptionally well organized person
with a strong community focus, the ability to multi-task and work in a fast
paced museum environment. The employee in this position must possess strong
interpersonal skills, and a high level of skill in both verbal and written
communication. The ability to work collaboratively with the Museum Board,
staff members and the community is essential. The Greensboro Historical
Museum is a cooperative partnership between the City of Greensboro, North
Carolina, who owns the Historical Museum structure and hires Museum
employees and the Greensboro Historical Museum Inc, who owns and controls
the Museum collections. This is a full-time salaried position that requires
40 or more hours per week of work, usually Monday through Friday with
frequent weekend and evening hours.* This job is Exempt and is not subject
to the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. *

*For more information and to download an application please visit the City
of Greensboro’s website (*
*Hiring Salary Range:* $32,250

*Work Schedule/Requirements: * 40 hours, M-F 8-5. Occasional evenings and

*Minimum Qualifications:*


– BachelorĀ¹s degree in History, Anthropology, Education, Museum Studies,
or related field
– At least three years work experience in a related field.
– Work experience with computer and database management, social media
and professional office procedures and protocol (indicate on application)


*An Ideal Candidate Would Also Possess (Preferred Qualifications):*


– Three years experience working in the education department of a
history or anthropology museum.
– Three years of museum experience in a supervisory position.
– MasterĀ¹s degree in education, museum studies, history or anthropology.


*Special Notes Concerning This Position:*

Please note: The assessment process for this position will include a few
writing samples in addition to a formal interview process.

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