The position acts as the main point of contact for local schools and other interested groups for on-site and outreach educational programs and is responsible for scheduling, coordinating and facilitating educational programs to primarily school groups, grades K-12, throughout the academic year and to general public audiences during the summer season.

Duties also include, but are not limited to: conducting outreach activities in local schools; assisting JPPM staff with events such as Children’s Day on the Farm and 1812 Fair and Re-enactment; creating printed marketing materials for educational programs; coordinating public programs and workshops; and supervising seasonal education program workers.

Successful candidates must have excellent communication skills, the ability to work with diverse groups and individuals, and the ability to work weekends.

See the full job description here.