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Community Initiatives Coordinator [Golisano Children's Museum]

Community Initiatives Coordinator

Summary: The Community Initiatives Coordinator is responsible for
developing, leading, and overseeing the Museum¹s Community Initiatives (Set
for School, Shelter Safe Play, and Breaking the Barriers programs) as well
as assisting with selected onsite and outreach programs.  This Coordinator
is C¹mon¹s liaison to numerous community partners, and works with them to
ensure C¹mon meets the needs of all children in Southwest Florida.  This is
a grant-funded position, renewable annually, currently funded by the Naples
Children and Education Foundation.

Reports to: Director of Education

Major Duties

Outreach and Community Programs

€Develops, implements, teaches, and evaluates a variety of
interdisciplinary Community Initiatives programs for children ages 3-12
based on the Museum¹s exhibits (estimated to be approximately 400 programs
per year), including:

oSet for School- The Set for School Initiative focuses on
preparing low-income young children for success in kindergarten through
hands-on                educational programs onsite and offsite that
utilize the ELLM Monthly Themes as well as parenting education nights

oShelter Safe Play- The Shelter Safe Play Initiative
focuses on meeting the behavioral and social skill needs of children ages
birth through twelve          living in or receiving treatment from
shelters in Collier County through monthly onsite and offsite programs.

oBreaking the Barriers- The Breaking the Barriers
Initiative focuses on providing additional time for children with
disabilities to learn how to use   the Museum as well as time for children
who could not attend the Museum during regular hours due to sensory issues
time to explore.

€Acts as the Museum liaison with over 20 partnering community organizations

€Acts as C¹mon representative and develops activities for community
outreach programs

€Responsible for the Community Initiatives portion of the education budget,
maintains outreach program supplies, and orders new supplies as needed

Other

€Trains Museum educators and volunteers in classroom management, teaching
practices, and on designated subject matter

€Cultivates partnership opportunities with local/regional community
organizations to maximize resources and enhance our program offerings

€Works with Director of External Affairs to publicize outreach and
community-based program offerings

€Assists Director of Education in writing grants related to offsite and
community-based programs

€Supervises part-time outreach educators

Qualifications

€             Bachelor¹s degree in education or related field is required;
master¹s degree preferred

€             Three- five years experience with education program
development and/ or teaching

€             Conversational Spanish or fluency required

€             Experience managing budgets

€             Must be outgoing, self-motivated and enjoy working with the
public

€             Excellent organizational skills

€             Excellent oral and written communication skills

€             Ability to work well with others and maintain professional
manner using tact, initiative, good judgment and confidentiality

€             Ability to work with people of all ages

€             Ability to juggle several projects at the same time

€             Ability to work independently with little supervision

€             Proficient in using the Microsoft Office Suite software,
Internet and email

€             Must be able to work flexible hours, including evenings,
holidays and/or weekends

€             Must pass a background check and be fingerprinted

€             Must have reliable transportation as this position travels
very frequently to partnering sites (mileage reimbursed)

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements
for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive
statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

To Apply:

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, contact information for three
references, salary requirements, and an original lesson plan to Jennifer
Sabo, Director of Education, at jsabo@cmon.org or mail to Golisano
Children¹s Museum of Naples, Attn: Jennifer Sabo, 15080 Livingston Rd,
Naples, FL 34109.

All applicants for open positions will receive acknowledgement upon receipt
of resume. Please, no phone calls.

Early Childhood Coordinator [Golisano Children's Museum]

*Early Childhood Coordinator*

The Golisano Children¹s Museum of Naples is currently recruiting an
Early
Childhood Coordinator. The Early Childhood Coordinator is responsible
for
developing, leading, overseeing, and evaluating a variety of
interdisciplinary early childhood programs in the arts, sciences and
humanities for children under 5 and their caregivers that utilize the
Museum¹s exhibits and gardens, including but not limited to onsite
school
programs, daily floor programs, camps, and our fee-based Baby and Me
programs. The Early Childhood Coordinator also develops, implements,
teaches, and evaluates parenting education classes, workshops, and
speakers
series.  In addition, the Early Childhood Coordinator oversees the
Family
Resource Library, including purchasing, cataloging, and annual
inventory.

Additional duties include: teaching arts, humanities and science
programs
for children 5-12 on a regular basis, working with the Director of
External
Affairs to publicize early childhood program offerings, assisting with
writing grants related to early childhood education, and acting as a
weekend
lead education supervisor. This is a full-time (40+ hours/week),
salaried
position with benefits. *Please note: this is a Sunday through
Thursday
position.*

*Qualifications*

·         Bachelor¹s degree in
early childhood education is
required;
master¹s degree preferred

·         Two- three years experience with early childhood program
development and/ or teaching

·         Must be outgoing, self-motivated and enjoy working with the
public

·         Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment

·         Bilingual candidates preferred

·         Must pass a background check and be fingerprinted.
Employment is
contingent upon clear background check.

Please visit our website www.cmon.org for a complete job description.

To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, three references,
salary
requirements, and an original early childhood lesson plan to Jennifer
Sabo,
Director of Education, at educationjobs@cmon.org or mail to Golisano
Children¹s Museum of Naples, PO Box 2423, Naples, FL 34106. Please
note the
lesson plan should be for a program approximately 30-45 minutes in
length,
focusing on one of the Museum¹s exhibits, and should be for children
ages
0-5.  Visit our website for a description of the exhibits.
Applications
submitted without the lesson plan will not be considered.  All
applicants
for open positions will receive acknowledgement upon receipt of
application.
Please, no phone calls.

Science and Math Coordinator [Golisano Children's Museum]

*Science and Math Coordinator*

The Golisano Children¹s Museum of Naples is currently recruiting a
Science
and Math Coordinator. The Science and Math Coordinator is responsible
for
developing, leading, overseeing, and evaluating a variety of
interdisciplinary science, mathematics, and environmental
education-based
programs for children ages 5-12 and their caregivers that utilize the
Museum¹s exhibits and gardens, including but not limited to onsite
school
programs, daily floor programs, homeschool programs, discovery trunks,
and
camps. In addition, the Science and Math Coordinator develops,
implements,
and evaluates the C¹mon Overnight program, including budgeting,
staffing,
programs, supplies, and marketing.

Additional duties include: teaching arts and humanities-based programs
and
early childhood programs on a regular basis, working with the Director
of
External Affairs to publicize STEM program offerings, assisting with
writing
grants related to STEM education, and acting as a weekend lead
education
supervisor. This is a full-time (40+ hours/week), salaried position
with
benefits.* Please note: this is a Tuesday through Saturday position.*

*Qualifications*

·         Bachelor¹s degree in science, environmental-education,
mathematics, education, or related field is required; master¹s
degree
preferred

·         Two- three years experience with science or environmental
education program development and/ or teaching

·         Must be outgoing, self-motivated and enjoy working with the
public

·         Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment

·         Bilingual candidates preferred

·         Must pass a background check and be fingerprinted.
Employment is
contingent upon clear background check.

Please visit our website www.cmon.org for a complete job description.

To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, three references,
salary
requirements, and an original science or environmental education lesson
plan
to Jennifer Sabo, Director of Education, at educationjobs@cmon.org or
mail
to Golisano Children¹s Museum of Naples, PO Box 2423, Naples, FL
34106. Please note the lesson plan should be for a program
approximately 45
minutes in length, focusing on one of the Museum¹s science exhibits,
and
should be for children ages 5-12.  Visit our website for a description
of
the exhibits.  Applications submitted without the lesson plan will not
be
considered.  All applicants for open positions will receive
acknowledgement
upon receipt of application. Please, no phone calls.

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