Supervisor: Manager for Education
Employees supervised: none
Classification: Part time, temporary, non-exempt; one year expected (grant funded)
Under the supervision of the Manager for Education, the National Endowment for the Humanities Educator will assist program staff in developing and implementing K-12 tours and workshops. The primary focus for this position is to facilitate in-person youth tours, offsite workshops, and virtual programs. Additional responsibilities include assisting in developing program resources, supporting tour logistics, maintaining workshop supply inventory and distribution, and assisting in the planning and execution of additional Education programs such as summer camps and teacher professional development.
- Minimum one year experience working or volunteering with K-12 audiences in formal or informal educational settings.
- Minimum two years of college-level courses in Education, Museum Studies, Fine Arts, History, or related field required; Bachelor’s degree desired.
- Strong verbal communication and writing skills with the ability to adjust communication styles to accommodate audiences of diverse backgrounds and abilities.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and video production hardware and software a plus.
- Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.
- Valid driver’s license preferred.
- Must be adaptable and able to work in a dynamic environment as part of a team, and available to work flexible hours, including weekends.
Administrative offices are located in a downtown historic building. Oak Park and Hyde Park Trust sites are located in multi-level work areas not accessible to the mobility impaired. Position requires frequent and regular computer and phone use as well as travel to off-site locations. Workplace is a smoke- and drug-free environment. Equal opportunity employer.
HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS/INSTRUCTION:
Position requires frequent and regular telephone and computer use. Employees advised on OSHA standards through required signage and administrative updates compliant with federal and state law.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.