The Concord Museum educates visitors of all ages about the history of Concord and its continuing influence on American political, literary and cultural life. The Museum’s nationally significant collection serves as a catalyst for changing exhibitions, extended classroom learning, dynamic programs and publications relevant to an ever-changing world. Founded in 1886, the Museum is a center of cultural enjoyment for the region and a gateway to the town of Concord for visitors from around the world.
School Programs AidePosition Description:
The Concord Museum seeks a friendly and detail-oriented candidate to help the museum education team manage school groups moving between multiple locations during the busy spring season.
The Museum will be teaching school programs at two sites –the Museum and the historic Wright Tavern in Concord. The School Programs Aide will assist with organization and logistics to help maintain high quality programs including: communication with bus drivers about locations and schedules; giving clear directions; helping to manage the timing of different schools and groups; adjusting to frequent changes in the schedules; and working with museum educators to ensure students and buses are where they need to be.
School programs are mainly for grades 2-6 and topics include Native American Archaeology, Colonial Life, and the American Revolution.
High School diploma; excellent interpersonal skills with children and adults; and the ability to work effectively and collaboratively as a member of a team. A schedule with the flexibility to work on weekdays during school hours is necessary.
This is a part-time position perfect for graduate students, those with a flexible schedule, retirees, or those interested in learning more about museums. 3-20 hours per week, $11/hour
Send a resume and cover letter to the Manager of Student, Group, and Family Learning at firstname.lastname@example.org EOE
Last updated 1/30/17