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Learning Programs Developer [Providence Children¹s Museum]

Posted by Phillippa Pitts on July 5, 1973 in job announcements |

Providence Children¹s Museum has served the public since 1977 and now
welcomes 160,000 visitors a year; its mission is to inspire and celebrate
learning through active play and exploration.  The Learning Programs
Developer is primarily responsible for the development and functioning of
play and learning experiences at the Museum and in the community for
children ages 2 to 11.

Responsibilities include:
Supervise AmeriCorps team in developing and implementing outreach
activities; Develop and present or supervise presentation of high quality
learning activities for general public as well as school, recreation and
scout groups at Museum and in the community; Develop & lead professional
development training for educators & childcare workers ; Serve as a senior
member of the Education Department in developing policies, procedures,
training and plans for programs, environments and the smooth operation of
the visitor experience at the Museum.

Qualifications include:
A dynamic educator & leader with strong interpersonal skills; Minimum five
years experience in an educational environment, at least three in informal
learning program development; Excellent attention to detail while setting
priorities, meeting deadlines & flexibly solving problems in a fast-paced,
team-oriented environment; Familiar with learning theory for children;
Experience in training and supervising staff; Experience working with
community engagement & outreach.

For FULL POSTING and application instructions go to
http://www.childrenmuseum.org/employment.asp.

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