General Museum Educator – Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Under the direction of the Education Department, a General Museum Educator will deliver programs in Outreach, Distance Learning, Public Programs, and ScienceWorks.
In October and November, the educator will focus specifically on our Detroit Public Schools’ Science Enrichment Experience (SEE) programming. During the SEE program, educators in teams of 2 or 3 deliver the States of Matter Workshop to every 4th grade class in the Detroit Public Schools. This requires 3 full week days of availability throughout the 2 months of programming. A full day of availability is considered 6:00am to 4:00pm. The shifts will fall into that time span, but will not take the full day. Training will happen in the month of September.
Outreach: Under the direction of the Outreach Manager, the General Museum Educator will run and supervise off-site daytime and evening programs. The educator will also assist in restocking materials.
Distance Learning: Under the direction of the Distance Learning Manager, the General Museum Educator will deliver 50-minute daytime programs to schools and other locations via video conferencing. The educator will also assist in restocking materials.
Public Programs: Under the supervision of the Public Programs Manager the General Museum Educator will be a key presence on the floor of the museum. They will be responsible for facilitating hands-on activities, answering questions about the Museum, and assisting with activity set-up/take-down.
ScienceWorks: Under the supervision of the ScienceWorks Manager, the General Museum Educator will deliver 50-minute hands-on classes for visiting school groups during the week. The educator will also assist in restocking materials.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
This is a part-time position with up to 20 hours per week.
$10.00 per hour
To Apply: Fill out and submit this application: https://www.aahom.org/form/employment-application
Posted on the MMA website 8/31.