Careers

Curriculum and Camp Manager

Minimum Qualifications:

A BA in Early Childhood Education, Art Education, or Museum Studies

Relevant experience in the design and delivery of educational programs for children

Experience working in museums is preferred

Knowledge of Florida educational standards.

Sound verbal and writing skills

Excellent management skills, including organizational and leadership skills

Customer Service training a plus

English and Spanish fluency preferred

 

Essential Functions:

Develop curricula for one-day, winter, spring, and summer camps.

Hire, train and supervise seasonal staff and contractors.

Oversee all aspects of camp program implementation on- and off-site, including supplies, teacher carts, and classroom set-up.

Interact with campers’ families during pick-up and drop-off.

Manage the camp budget (including grant-based programs).

Develop curricula and activities for theme-based tours.

Work with group tour coordinator to order supplies and classroom set ups for Learning Labs.

Train educators on the delivery of themed-based tours.

Align tours’ content to educational standards.

When necessary, develop pre- and post-visit materials for teachers.

Manage volunteers when assisting with camp and tour programs.

Facilitate evaluations for all programs.

Serve as Floor Manager and supervise Museum Educators.

Promote fun, positive visitor experiences.

Other duties as assigned.

To apply please email resume to: arodriguez@miamichildrensmuseum.org