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Director of Education

The Director of Education will administrate the entire educational program for the museum. This includes the supervision of 2 education department staff and numerous volunteers associated with the creation and presentation of programs about nuclear science and history. Responsible for curriculum development and integration, attention to state standards, presentation formats, overall education program quality, data collection and survey activities, teacher interfaces, program guide development, enrichment, outreach services, overseeing and implementing goals, and objectives within the strategic plan.

Click here for more information about this position. Those who are interested should send a cover letter, current resume of experiences, plus three references to the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, Attention: Deputy Director at careers@nuclearmuseum.org. The National Atomic Museum Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

Application deadline: November 22, 2019.


Grant Writer

The primary role of the Grant Writer is to research, develop, write, and submit proposals, letters, reports and other materials necessary to secure grant support from private foundation and government funding sources. Primary responsibilities include prospect research, preparation of original proposals and reports and donor stewardship. The Grant Writer must work cross-departmentally to increase contributed support and advance institutional priorities. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential. Must be able to juggle multiple projects and meet strict deadlines.

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To Apply: This is a grant-writing position.  Applications must contain all of the following points:

Submit a cover letter
Submit a resume
Submit two grant writing or creative writing samples
Submit three references
Submit salary requirement

Should any of these items not be included with the application will cause the application to be automatically disqualified.

Sent to: National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, attention: Director of Development at careers@nuclearmuseum.org.

The National Atomic Museum Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

Application deadline: November 22, 2019.


Part-time Museum Educator

The museum educator will be a member of the education team responsible for developing, updating, and delivering winter, spring, holiday, and summer camp programs; participate in school development programs at the museum; and be involved in community outreach efforts, including, but not limited to, annual museum events and  Rio Rancho Public School afterschool programs/APS afterschool programs.  The museum educator will work closely with the Director of Education, Education Coordinator, Museum Educator, Volunteer Coordinator and many student and adult volunteers.  The part-time museum educator will work approximately 20 hours/week.

Click here for more information about this position. Those who are interested should send a cover letter, current resume of experiences, plus three references to the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, Attention: Deputy Director at careers@nuclearmuseum.org. The National Atomic Museum Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

Bridge of Spies and Meet Francis Gary Powers, Jr. - November 22

One of the most talked-about events of the Cold War was the downing of the American U-2 spy plane piloted by Francis Gary Powers over the Soviet Union on May 1, 1960. The event was depicted in the Steven Spielberg movie Bridge of Spies, showing how Powers was captured by the KGB, subjected to a televised show trial, and imprisoned, all of which created an international incident. Join the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History to meet with Francis Gary Powers, Jr., author of the book "Spy Pilot" and son of the U-2 spy pilot to view a special showing of Bridge of Spies at the museum.

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"Science is Everywhere" Winter Day Camps - December 23, 26, 27, 30 and January 2,3

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will host "Science is Everywhere" Winter Day Camp 2019 for children who Pre-K through 7th grade. Experience the wonders of science in one-day sessions, December 23, 26, 27, 30 and January 2,3. Sessions include "Prankenstein" "Rocket Science," "Robots are Everywhere" "Electrifying" and many more!

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Camp - January 20

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is pleased to offer single-day themed camps for the Winter Break, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and Presidents Day. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day camp is geared to campers in grades 1-3 and grades 4-7, and this camp is "Things that Go Boom!" Everyone loves a good explosion. Witness big booms and make little ones. Using chemistry and physics you will learn about what makes it go boom. Come have a blast!

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