Want to help kids every day and work in an exciting environment? Have a fun and caring personality? Then join the Miami Children’s Museum team! We are always looking for talented, motivated, member-focused people to fill positions.
Miami Children's Museum is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, Miami Children's Museum will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations for the hiring process. If reasonable accommodation is needed, please contact Sarah Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-373-5437 ext. 130
The Part Time Administrative Office Receptionist’s main responsibilities will include answering the museum’s telephone switchboard promptly and professionally, providing customers with accurate information about all our museum programs, to be the point person for reservations of birthday parties and field trips under the leadership of the Associate Director of Sales, as well as supporting other departments and additional items as needed.
The Kid Smart Salesclerks/Museum Educator is responsible for selling gift shop merchandise to the public, guiding tours through the galleries, conducting educational activities for Museum visitors, sanitizing exhibit props and maintaining exhibit floor upkeep.
The Early Childhood Institute Preschool Instructor is responsible for the general supervision and management of a class of children. The instructor is responsible for the planning and execution of all the activities.
The After School Certified Instructor is responsible for the general supervision and management of a class of students. The After School Instructor is responsible for the planning and execution of all activities set forth in the schedule and as per curriculum specifications when applicable. Oversees the implementation of the reading component.
Want to join Miami Children’s Museum’s Theater Troupe working with and performing for children?
Miami Children’s Museum’s Theater Troupe is responsible for the development and implementation of all theatrical experiences at the Museum, including but not limited to main stage shows,outreaches, camp shows, camp lessons, character appearances, dance parties, story times and virtual content. The Troupe is comprised of versatile actors, theatre makers and teaching artists.
Museum Educators are responsible for guiding tours through the galleries, conducting educational activities for museum visitors, teaching outreach education programs virtually and at off-site locations, and sanitising exhibit props and maintaining exhibit floor upkeep.
Miami Children’s Museum is seeking motivated and passionate professionals to join our after school team for the 2022-2023 school year. You will be in charge of leading a group of children (K-5) into a world of discovery and exploration. You will do this via projects that will immerse children in activities such as: reading, physical education, health/nutrition, art, theatre and cultural activities. We have various locations throughout Miami-Dade County.