Educator and Reservations Manager, Bruce Museum
The Bruce Museum seeks an energetic educator for an active education
department who will also manage the department’s program reservations. The
Museum Educator is primarily responsible for teaching inquiry-based, art
and science school programs for both museum-based and outreach/Brucemobile
programs. The Museum Educator also coordinates the Jr. Educator Program
including the recruitment, training, supervision, and evaluation of the
high school Jr. Educators for the after school Neighborhood Collaborative
program with assistance from the Education department staff. Additionally,
the Reservations Manager portion of this position is responsible for the
logistical coordination of the Museum’s tours, school, outreach, and after
school programs including the booking of reservations, sending of
confirmations and billing for programs provided by the Bruce Museum
Teaching experience, and a Bachelor’s degree in education, science, art,
museum studies or related field, is required. Valid driver’s license,
unattended mobility in object handling, and the ability to drive the museum
vehicles and visit facilities unequipped to accommodate the physically
challenged are necessary.
The Bruce Museum is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive
salary in low to — mid 30Ks, and benefits. Start date July 2012.
Send letter and resume to: Rgarr@brucemuseum.org. Or mail to:
*Director of Education, Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT
The Bruce Museum promotes the understanding and appreciation of Art and
Science to enrich the lives of all people. The Museum is located in
Greenwich, Connecticut, 40 miles east of New York City just off I-95 and
steps away from Metro-North Railroad’s Greenwich station. The Museum
features the long-term environmental history exhibition Changes In Our
Land, as well as four galleries showcasing fine and decorative arts,
science and ethnology exhibits. The museum holds a permanent collection of
natural history, Native American, and archaeological objects, and a growing
collection of fine and decorative arts.
Please visit our web site www.Brucemuseum.org.