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Education & Programs Coordinator

Posted 12 days ago ago by Javier Flores (Arts)


Education & Programs Coordinator


Reports To: Head of Education & Programs

Fair Labor Standard Act Status: Full-time; exempt with specific benefits

Department: Education & Programs


Position Summary:
This position serves a critical role in the coordination, scheduling, and administration of all Museum programmatic offerings—from tours to our annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Market. S/he will help identify of strategic partnerships and innovative programmatic offerings to raise awareness and relevance of the Briscoe Museum within the local community. This position reports to the Head of Education & Programs.


Essential Functions:
- Plan, schedule, coordinate, and staff programs in conjunction with the Museum’s mission and institutional capacity
- Identify and cultivate strategic community partnerships in an effort to increase public awareness and engagement through programming
- Serve as a collaborative member of a larger institutional team that maps out yearly programmatic offerings—including the film and distinguished lecture series 
- Participate in social media initiatives and messaging for the Education & Programs Department in collaboration with our Manager of Communications
- Participate in departmental strategic planning
- Coordinates the Museum’s tour program—including management of tour calendars, dissemination of tour confirmation packets, Docent communications, iPAD content maintenance, and on-site for group tour logistics 
- Maintain Buckaroo Bag supplies, content, and track usage
- Assist in generating reports and tracking tour and program attendance statistics
- Respond to all tour and public program inquiries in a timely manner
- Manage event calendars and coordinate facility worksheets
- Represent the Education & Programs Department at weekly Operations Committee meetings to ensure that all programmatic needs are planned for and effectively communicated
- Maintain current registry of schools, districts, and other stakeholders 
- Work collaboratively with other Museum departments frequently and as needed 
- Other duties as assigned; some weekend and evening work required


- Bachelor’s Degree required
- Fluency in Spanish preferred
- Minimum 2 years professional experience
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work well with others and maintain professional manner using tact, initiative, good judgment, and confidentiality
- Ability to organize multiple tasks and responsibilities while maintaining efficiency
- Advanced computer skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office
- Interest is art, history of the American West, and museums


To Apply:
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to info@briscoemuseum.org with the subject line “Education & Programs Coordinator application – [last name]” by Wednesday, May 24, 2017. No phone calls, please.

Organization: Briscoe Western Art Museum

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017