Senior Museum Educator/Teacher Services Coordinator [Brooklyn Museum]

Position Description: The Brooklyn Museum seeks an experienced museum
professional whose teaching skills will place him/her at the center of the
Museum’s programs and resources designed to help K­12 teachers find
connections with our permanent collections and special exhibitions and
integrate art-making and object-based learning into the
classroom.Responsibilities: As part of the Education Division the Senior
Museum Educator designs, conducts, and evaluates professional development
for K-12 and pre-service teachers, including Artxchange, Evening for
Educators, Teacher Leadership Program, Teacher Institute, and a variety of
custom-designed workshops. This individual supervises and supports other
colleagues and volunteers, works with staff throughout the Museum to
coordinate program logistics; manages certain aspects of and teaches in a
multi-visit program, and teaches occasional guided gallery visits. The
Senior Museum Educator conducts research to develop future programs;
prepares teaching resources for collection highlights and special
exhibitions; and contributes to other Museum initiatives as time permits.
This individual helps to evaluate teacher programs and resources and
represents the Museum at local educational forums and conferences.

Qualifications: Requirements: The successful candidate for this position
must have substantial experience teaching adult and school-aged learners in
a classroom, studio, and/or museum environment; a demonstrated ability to
develop lesson plans, produce educational materi

Salary: $34,779 – $39,996, plus benefits


Job Date: 2013-09-26


Other Details

Application Info: To apply: Please send your cover letter and résumé via
e-mail to no later than October 15.

Contact Name: School Programs Department

Contact Email:

Contact Phone: 718-501-6201

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