Harvard University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
1414 Mass Ave
Cambridge, MA 02138
October 01, 2020
The Harvard Museums of Science & Culture are dedicated to building a diverse community of individuals who are committed to contributing to an inclusive environment – including fostering respect for all, serving the greater good, and welcoming individuals from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. To learn more about HMSC’s mission, objectives, and core values, please visit our website https://hmsc.harvard.edu/
The Harvard Museums of Science & Culture (HMSC) seeks a dynamic bilingual youth educator for 2-year term position on the project Hear Me Out: Expanding Hispanic Engagement Through Collaboration.
The educator will design and co-facilitate online and/or face to face workshops in English and Spanish, soliciting teen thoughts and feelings on contemporary issues related to the exhibits in our cultural and natural history museums. They will use technologies (i.e., videoconferencing, podcast software) to broaden access to museum resources for a non-college audience. They will assist the Director of Education with project planning, research and implementation, including producing program materials. They will be the primary contact with 24 teens annually in Chelsea and Somerville, solicit materials review from external partners; coordinate production and installation of youth projects with HMSC Exhibits staff; liaise with Somerville Media Center to focus bilingual recruitment videos. They will grow networks to support program attendance and perform other duties as needed. They will be supported by designers, marketing professionals and a Director of Education.
This position will work remotely with a target of January to work on campus (11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge).
This is a two-year term position starting from the date of hire
- Minimum 2 years of mentoring, coaching or teaching groups of middle and high school youth
- Experience using technologies such as video or audio with arts, history, science or social justice content.
- Ability to read, write and speak Spanish
Additional Qualifications and Skills
- Familiarity with Central American communities
- Experience producing displays or community events
- Ability to work well within a dynamic team environment
- Strengths in creativity, flexibility, and ability to communicate (speaking and writing)
- Organized and able to manage time well
Note: Some scheduling flexibility is required. Candidates must be available to assist with occasional educational programs that take place in the evening and weekends.
Must be able to routinely lift up to 30 lbs. and climb stairs
The Harvard Museums of Science and Culture (HMSC) is a consortium of public museums in Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences that includes the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Harvard Semitic Museum, the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments and the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.
This is a two-year term position starting from the date of hire.
All formal offers will be made by FAS Human Resources
October 31, 2020
$56,000 - $90,000
About this Organization:
Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States, established in 1636. Harvard University has 12 degree-granting Schools in addition to the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study