Public Programs Assistant

The Concord Museum is seeking an enthusiastic and responsible individual to work as Public Programs Assistant. The Public Programs Assistant supports the Director of Education and Public Programs in organizing and implementing a variety of adult and family programs at the Concord Museum.

The Public Programs Assistant oversees the logistics and manages all details of several annual events; contributes to the success of special exhibitions-focused programs; coordinates part-time education staff and volunteers to ensure successful programs; tracks and monitors the program budget; develops and utilizes assessment tools; and provides administrative support to the Education Department.

The Public Programs Assistant must have excellent communication and customer service skills. At least 2-3 years of experience working with a variety of visitors in a museum setting is desirable. Knowledge of American history and museum learning is required. Strong organizational skills are necessary as is the ability to multitask. The Museum is looking for someone who functions well in a team environment with a dedicated, friendly, and knowledgeable staff.

Hours vary per week, 14 to 20 hours, $12/hour.

A flexible schedule including weekday, weekend, holiday, and evening work is required. High school diploma or equivalent required, bachelor’s degree preferred.

How To Apply:
Send a resume and cover letter to the Director of Education and Public Programs

Apply by:
April 20, 2016