Open Positions

Education Coordinator

The Education Coordinator works with the Director of Education and Public Programs in the development and implementation of educational programs that engage the public with the Museum’s collections. The position includes diverse administrative responsibilities and duties in education, public programming and Museum operations.

In partnership with other Museum staff, duties include:

  • Support the planning and implementing of the Museum’s annual calendar of events
  • Communicate directly with artists, historians and other presenters to assist in the execution of programs
  • Serve as instructor for the Museum’s adult and youth/family programs
  • Lead tours for school groups and other visitors
  • Act as a community liaison for the Museum’s educational activities
  • Assist in the design of materials to support teaching and public engagement
  • Contribute to the Museum’s publications: Timeship for Kids, CAM Perspectives, social media and gallery materials
  • Assist in the marketing of programs
  • Manage reservations for tour groups, school groups and other programs
  • Work directly with volunteers, docents and interns
  • Maintain the Museum’s Activity Center and Student Art Gallery
  • Other duties as required

 

BA in education, art, history, museum studies or related discipline. Experienced in visitor engagement, education or interpretation. Excellent written communication, presentation and research skills. Experience with technology and social media. Must be task oriented, detailed and able to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Must be a team player, but able to work independently. Proven ability to exercise diplomacy, discretion, confidentiality and good judgment. High regard for customer service and visitor experience. Knowledge of Cape Ann community/history/art, preferable. Ability to lift up to 30 pounds. 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 sheilahruby@capeannmuseum.org. CAM is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.


 

Posted July 5, 2017