The USS Constitution Museum
seeks an experienced, collaborative and innovative leader to strengthen and
grow the Museum’s education initiatives at a pivotal moment for the
institution. Major duties include: managing the Museum’s academic programs
including strategy, development, administration, budgeting, scheduling,
promotion, evaluation, refinement, training, statistics and annual impact
assessment; leading program facilitation and training museum educators to
deliver programs; equipping museum educators with a current and relevant
understanding of museum education and practice; developing and fostering key
partnerships with Boston Public School teachers and administrators;
contributing to an active, productive, collaborative, and communicative relationships
with partner organizations; and researching and developing funding proposals
for academic programs.
The successful candidate is
an innovative thinker and dynamic leader with a minimum of five years’
experience working in a museum or similar setting, as well as demonstrable
excellence in teaching K–12 school and teacher audiences. The manager will have
experience developing fundable, innovative school and teacher programs, setting
strategic goals for academic programs, prioritizing tasks to support these
goals, and implementing and evaluating such programs. The successful candidate
is a self-motivated individual who excels in a fast-paced creative environment
and thinks both strategically and logistically. He/she will possess excellent
organizational and communication skills, and provide evidence of well-developed
collaborative skills and experience leading teams through multi-faceted
projects. Competitive salary / full benefits package.
How To Apply:
individuals should send cover letter, resume, and references to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted on a rolling
basis. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. EOE.
January 18, 2019
About this Organization:
USS Constitution Museum is a private, non-profit organization that serves as the memory and educational voice of USS CONSTITUTION, by collecting, preserving, and interpreting the stories of 'Old Ironsides' and the people associated with her.