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Assistant Educator - Brooklyn Children’s Museum (Part-time)

Brooklyn Children’s Museum is seeking creative and motivated individuals for the role of Assistant Educator in our After School Program at PS 189 in Brooklyn. The program operates from 2:00pm to 6:00pm Monday through Friday with additional hours on holidays when school is not in session. Candidates should have a passion for curriculum development and working with children grades K-5. For more information please email After School Program Manager Kwame Brandt-Pierce at kbpierce@brooklynkids.org.

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The Administrative Coordinator directly supports the general administration and leadership of the Center for Philanthropy and Institutional Advancement. The position works closely across all Center departments, providing administrative assistance, helping with production of materials and mailings, office management, and processing of financial billing. The position also manages special projects, for example the creation of the Annual Donor Wall. At this exciting time when the museum is in an $85 million campaign, this position provides an opportunity to be the administrative project manager for the Center and support all facets of fundraising for OMCA. The position will also work with colleagues from other Centers and outside vendors as necessary.

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Administrative Coordinator, Development - Museum of Oakland (Full-time)


Guide Program Manager - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

(Full-time)

The Guide Program Manager is a regular full-time position with benefits. S/he manages the Guide Program staff and provides educational leadership for the 100+ volunteer tour guides in the program. The Guide Program Manager reports to the Director of Education. The ideal candidate will provide leadership for staff and volunteers and collaborate with education divisions as well as other museum departments on many programming initiatives

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Chief Operating Officer - Brooklyn Children’s Museum (Full-time)

Reporting to the President & CEO and leading a department of roughly 30 staff members and consultants, the Chief Operating Officer is Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s chief administrative officer and co-leads the executive team with the CEO and the Vice President of Exhibits & Education. The Chief Operating Officer oversees four departments: 1) Visitor Experience & Earned Revenue 2) Finance, Administration & Human Resources 3) Building Operations 4) Marketing & Communications.

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Museum Educator - Bronx Children’s Museum (Part-time)

Brooklyn Children’s Museum is seeking to hire part-time Museum Educators to facilitate engaging public and school programs in multiple disciplines, including: science, arts, culture, and history. Families, local school groups, and other diverse visitors experience BCM programs in dedicated interactive learning spaces such as the Museum’s new art studio, ColorLab and the inclusive play-space, Sensory Room, as well as throughout the museum through programs tied to cultural celebrations and festivals.

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Associate Curator of Education - Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design (Full-time)

The Associate Curator of Education advances the mission of Shangri La by creating and coordinating onsite, off-site and online education initiatives that enrich the understanding of Shangri La’s collections, exhibitions, and broaden the educational impact of the institution’s artist-scholar residency program. The Associate Curator of Education supports the Executive Director and curatorial staff by managing Shangri La’s education programs: museum tour program; docent, internship and volunteer programs; specialized educational workshops for key constituencies (teachers, students, schools, community groups, artists, etc.); and learning interactives and curricular materials that support collections, exhibitions & public programs.

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Reporting to the Co-Chief Operating Officer (Co-COO), the administrative assistant has a wide range of administrative responsibilities which includes coordinating the day-to-day operations of the office and interacting with all levels of staff, including the director and board of trustees, as well as outside contacts. Responsibilities include :

  • Managing departmental calendars and resolving scheduling conflicts

  • Scheduling, organizing and confirming meetings with internal and external parties

  • Monitoring deadlines and coordinating materials needed from internal and external sources for routine meetings

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Administrative Assistant to the Co-Chief Operating Officer - Whitney Museum of American Art (Full-time)



Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) seeks an enterprising, entrepreneurial, and visionary leader to serve as the inaugural Executive Director of the new Museum of Pop Culture in New York City (MoPOP NYC).  The Executive Director will possess the unique qualities of leadership, vision, and ability to harness people of different skills and interests to work together to achieve the physical idealization of the vision of the Museum.

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Executive Director - Museum of Pop Culture (Full-time)


Lead Educator, STEM - Brooklyn Children’s Museum (Part-time)

Brooklyn Children’s Museum is seeking creative and motivated individuals for the role of Lead Educator in our After School Program at PS 189 in Brooklyn. The program operates from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. Monday through Friday with additional hours on holidays when school is not in session. Candidates should have a passion for curriculum development and working with children grades K-5. For more information please email After School Program Manager Kwame Brandt-Pierce at kbpierce@brooklynkids.org.

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The Bronx Children’s Museum is searching for a savvy visitor services consultant who will help lead our Public Experience and Engagement Relations (PEER) team.  The project will last from August 2018-July 2020, leading up to and including the opening of the Museum’s new facility.

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Visitor’s Services Consultant - Bronx Children’s Museum