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Part Time Museum Educator, Bangor Museum and History Center, Bangor, ME

26 Feb 2012 7:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
The Bangor Museum and History Center seeks a dynamic individual with strong presentation skills, a commitment to informal education and experience leading experiential-learning programs for families and school groups. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Educator is responsible for leading a variety of tours and programs in the areas of history and cultural education. As an integral member of the BMHC staff, the Museum Educator will work on the museum floor, off-site and in outreach programs to ensure that all guests, families, and schools have an excellent museum experience. This position will develop and implement new tours, curriculum, and activities in concert with the annual exhibit as well as lead tours and programs both in and out-of-doors, and be familiar with Maine State Learning Standards. This position works 25 hours per week, Tuesday through Saturday. Requirements are: A Bachelor's Degree in History or Education (Master's preferred), self-motivated individual with an upbeat attitude, occasional holiday and evening work, must be able to tolerate exposure to outdoor elements and stand for long periods of time, ability to hike over paved and unpaved areas. Background and fingerprint checks are required, must have reliable transportation, and a valid Maine Driver's license. This is a part-time, non-exempt position for 1 year. No benefits. Position based on availability of funding. To apply submit a cover letter and resume by email to biz@bangormuseum.org or by mail to Bangor Museum and History Center, ATTN: Search Committee, 159 Union Street, Bangor, ME 04401.
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