Education Enrichment Coordinator
The Enrichment Education Coordinator will coordinate, lead and continue to update and improve an already highly successful winter, spring, summer and holiday camp program, participate in school program development and delivery, oversee the museums’ hands-on Junior Docent Science a'la Carte program and high-school internships, and assist the Education Director with APS teacher interfaces. The Enrichment Education Coordinator will also be involved in community outreach efforts, including annual museum events and an afterschool program run in conjunction with Rio Rancho Public Schools. The Education Enrichment Coordinator will work with Education docents, high-school aged volunteers and staff, the Director of Education, Museum Educator, Volunteer Coordinator and instructors to ensure a consistently high level of visitor service and quality programming. The topics for the programs may include nuclear physics, physical science, science applications and history for students and families.
Requirements: The Enrichment Education Coordinator will be extremely detail-oriented and have excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience working with camps, museums and informal science education for a range of ages is a plus. The candidate will have a high degree of personal energy and creativity and be able to relay this in their duties. Must be exceptionally well-organized and able to multi-task and work in a fast-paced museum environment with multiple projects and deadlines. A Bachelors degree from an accredited college required. This position reports to the Director of Education. Must have proven ability to work in an organic team orientated environment.
Salary and Benefits: This full-time exempt position supported by major medical and additional benefits. Salary is commensurate with experience.
To Apply: Applicants should send their cover letter, resume, and three references to email@example.com.
Closing Date: May 28, 2016
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