Hunterdon Art Museum
Posted April 03, 2021
Hunterdon Art Museum is seeking a part-time Education Coordinator who will be involved in managing all aspects of our very busy Education Department. The Coordinator will report to and work closely with the Director of Education.
Duties and ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities will range from registering students, tracking enrollments, sending regular program updates to HAM instructors, staff, and students, and scheduling offerings such as private workshops and birthday parties to maintaining studios, ordering supplies, interacting with program participants, area teachers, and the general public, and assisting with the development of education programs.
The Education Coordinator will also play a lead role on the Museum’s long-running Young Artists Showcase and Summer Camp programs. Young Artists Showcase is a program that involves partnering with approximately 30 local schools each year to exhibit their students’ artwork with goals of celebrating both the art student and teacher. Summer Camp typically runs for nine weeks each summer and includes an active schedule of both half- and full-day programming options for area children. In both cases, the Education Coordinator’s responsibilities are equal parts administrative and hands-on.
Note that HAM’s education offerings are currently taking place virtually. However, we will begin the process of resuming in-person experiences this summer with limited capacity outdoor camp offerings which will take place on the Museum’s terrace.
Part-time. Three days per week from 9am–5pm, with occasional evenings, weekends and holidays.
During Summer Camp, depending on the Education Coordinator’s schedule, hours shift to either 7:30am-5pm or 8am–5pm.
Hunterdon Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diverse cultural and social perspectives. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
The ideal candidate possesses strong computer, communication, organizational, interpersonal, and presentation skills. They should demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines, thrive in a fast-paced environment, and work independently. An interest or prior experience in museum education, art education, working with children or adults, and/or familiarity with the public school system is a plus.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelors degree preferred.
Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently
• Must be a team player with an ability to work with a variety of students, artists, and staff
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Drive
• Proficiency in WordPress is a plus
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
This position includes administrative work as well as time spent in the art studios and other areas of the museum, which involves both sedentary work and also movement throughout the museum space. Preparing and transporting materials such as program supplies is common as is positioning self to gather such materials and maintain or rearrange studio spaces. Reasonable accommodations will be made for qualified candidates with disabilities.
How To Apply
To apply for this position send a cover letter and copy of your resume or CV to: Heather Brady, Director of Education email@example.com Subject line for email should be: Education Coordinator Position