The Director of Education and Public Programs oversees the development and implementation of public programs offered in accordance with the Museum’s mission and in conjunction with the Museum collections. In partnership with the Director and staff, duties include: Development and implementation of the Museum’s annual calendar of programs for adults/children including the design and oversight of programs associated with exhibitions and the permanent collection (artist talks, lectures, walking tours, films and other interpretive programs) that illuminate Cape Ann art and history; Collaboration with community organizations in program development related to Museum’s mission; Serving as community liaison with the press and public; Responsible for writing press releases/program promotion; Responsible for grant writing to support programs; Oversight of the production of Museum’s educational publications; Management and oversight of the Education Committee; Supervision of Education Coordinator, interns and volunteers, as needed; Other duties, as required. Advanced degree in American History/American Art/Museum Studies or related. Excellent communication, presentation and research skills. Experience in grant writing and fundraising desirable. Knowledge of Cape Ann community/history/art, preferable. IT literate and experience with technology-driven museum learning. Must be task oriented, detailed, and able to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Proven ability to exercise diplomacy, discretion, confidentiality, and good judgment. FT salaried position, must be able to work Tuesday through Saturday, and evenings/Sundays as required for programs. Please email cover letter, resume and three professional references to CAM is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.Posted on: 04/23/2015