The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum seeks an experienced educator to develop and deliver interpretive
programming to youth and adult visitor groups. Located on the edge of Boston, in the historic pumping station that served as the crown jewel of Boston’s municipal water system, this unique museum addresses the topics of engineering, public health, social history, architecture and water resource issues. Working collaboratively with a small staff and a group of dedicated volunteers, this is an opportunity to be involved in all aspects of a growing museum, including tours, volunteer training, exhibits, outreach and special events. This position requires an ability to creatively engage with diverse audiences. Experience with delivery of STEM or history programming preferred. This is a full-time position, with the expectation that occasional week-end or evening hours may be required.
To apply, email cover letter, resume and the names and contact information of three professional references to Eric.Peterson@waterworksmuseum.org