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Family Programs Educator [DiMenna Children¹s History Museum]

Posted by Phillippa Pitts on January 31, 1974 in job announcements |

Position Description: Family Programs Educator will support all aspects of
family programs including birthday parties and administrative/logistical
work, and will lead some family programs for the DiMenna Children¹s History
Museum. This is a Sunday ­ Thursday position. Occasional Saturday and
holiday work is also necessary.

Responsibilities include: € Support all aspects of preparation and
coordination of family programs;€ Create, lead, and oversee logistics for
weekly Sunday Story Time, a storytelling program for children ages 4 ­ 7,
focusing on New York City, holidays, and history;€ Create and oversee
logistics for school vacation week programming, which can include but is
not limited to writing scavenger hunts, family history quizzes, developing
gallery sketching programs, etc.;€ Assist with and lead history-themed
birthday parties;€ Coordinate family programs calendar, including internal
space booking, supply ordering, and operational communication;€ Maintain,
edit, and write copy for web listings for family programs and for History
Detectives, the DCHM kids¹ blog;€ Work flexible days and hours, with
weekend and holiday work.

Qualifications: € BA in history, education, or related field required; €
Two plus years¹ experience working with children ages 14 and younger. €
Demonstrated interest in American history, € Experience serving New York
families and working with the public; € Ability to work school vacation
weeks, weekends, and holidays; € Bilingual in Spanish and English a plus.

Website: http://www.nyhistory.org/childrens-museum

 

Other Details

Application Info: For consideration please send cover letter, resume and
salary requirements tohr1@nyhistory.org. In the subject line please
reference the job title. The New-York Historical Society is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.

Contact Name: Human Resources

Contact Email: hr1@nyhistory.org

Contact Phone: 2128776336

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