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Museum Education and Public Programs Manager

Coral Springs Museum of Art, Coral Springs

52,760.00 - $60,000.00 Hiring Range

Job Type
Full Time, Exempt

Job Number

10/7/2021 11:59 PM Eastern

To Apply
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Reporting to the Museum Director, this position will work in close collaboration with all staff members to plan, implement and evaluate the museum’s educational programming. This position requires a person who is enthusiastic, self-directed and has a sense of cooperation.

The Education and Public Programs Coordinator will create and implement programs for all age levels in various media utilizing but not limited to the collection, exhibitions, techniques and other art form collaborations that stimulate learning about and through the arts. He/she will also develop and maintain positive relationships with the public and private school system, parents and children, students and teachers, senior communities and colleagues in the museum field. Our goal is to ensure that the educational focus is clearly articulated and communicated, while working to build strong and engaged audience through but not limited to classes, workshops, demos, online learning etc.

The Education and Public Programs Coordinator builds a team of Instructors, volunteers, and contract program providers; should be organized and detail-oriented; friendly with a sense of humor; exhibit strong communication skills; possess teaching ability; have an understanding of non-profit operation; leader and team player; and express interest in working in an arts setting with varied audiences. Should have a strong understanding of supplies, studio equipment and studio functionality.

Hiring Range: $52,760 - $60,000
Salary Range: $52,760 - $81,770

**This is not a teaching position but may occasionally substitute when necessary. **

Examples of Duties

  • Coordinates youth and adult programming which may include special needs, autism, teens, and homeschooling and senior populations
  • Oversees all aspects of Camps (Summer, Spring Break, Teacher in Service days, Holidays) including class offering and schedule
  • Assists Director with public projects, events and programming
  • Builds programming relationships with outside entities
  • Assists with Special Event programs and Speaker Series
  • Collects and analyzes data and creates reports to turn into grant analyzer
  • Participates in community outreach with veterans and parent education team
  • Greets class participants
  • Assesses and evaluates instructors and programs
  • Assists in the hiring and recruiting process and manages all instructors
  • Coordinates adult and student volunteers for artist receptions
  • Works with Police Department for Summer Break Spot
  • Responsible for upkeep of classrooms including inventory/supplies, cleanliness and organization and studio equipment/space functionality
  • Partners with the Marketing Department to increase class participation numbers
  • Oversees education budget including materials
  • Assists with organizing speaker series and workshops for community
  • Attends all museum related events and meetings
  • Sustains a friendly, positive rapport with other staff members
  • Flexible schedule required to work evenings and weekends as needed and heightened busy summer season
  • Performs all other duties and tasks as assigned

Typical Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree in arts, education, Museum Studies, Non for Profit Organization, Museum Management, Business, Finance or a related field,. Three (3) to Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience with non-profit organizations, arts programming, and arts education. A combination of education and experience considered. Must have excellent customer service orientation and strong writing, editing skills. Working knowledge of Excel, Word, Adobe Acrobat, Outlook and PowerPoint.

Supplemental Information
Work environment involves everyday risks or discomforts which require normal safety precautions typical of such places as office or meeting and training rooms, e.g., use of safe work place practices with office equipment, avoidance of trips and falls, and observance of fire and building safety regulations, and traffic signals when driving.

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