Youth Education Coordinator
This is a part-time-position – 15 hours per week, non-exempt. Salary dependent on experience and education. Remote work for a portion of the time would be available. Benefits – Vacation and Sick Leave. No medical, dental or retirement.
SUMMARY: Develops and manages student educational programs. Schedules on-site guided and self-guided tours. Gathers and analyzes feedback from teachers. Distributes handouts and educational materials. Plans, coordinates, and implements Museum educational programs, including budgeting and monitoring expenditures. Recruits, trains, and schedules volunteer Docents. The employee assists with development of educational materials that correlate with Museum exhibits. Performs other duties as assigned. Work is subject to occasional irregular hours (evenings, weekends, and holidays), sometimes on short notice. Youth Education Coordinator is part of the Museum Team, collaborating with staff, volunteers, and Board Members to accomplish our goals.
Candidates should send resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to be a part of preserving and sharing history? How about teaching children history through games and interactive displays? Or are you more organized and willing to research artifacts from long ago? If so, we have an interesting opportunity for you. Spend some time with our curators, collections specialist at the museum and socialize at special events hosted throughout Skagit County.
We are flexible and offer projects from one day per week to one day per month. Although our museum is open to the public Thursday – Sunday, our friendly volunteers show up a variety of days and times. Complete the form below and expect a follow-up email from us to schedule a quick telephone interview.