We are currently offering part-time and full-time employment opportunities.
Reports to: Event Coordinator
Open museum prior to event and lock up the museum after the event. Ensure rental space is set up prior to guest arrival, monitor event making sure trash is being emptied, temperature, lights, bathrooms, museum, etc. At the end of event break down all tables and chairs, ensure guests have taken down all decorations, Caterer has cleaned the kitchen and all trash is been taken out. This position may involve heavy lifting, bending, carrying, nights and weekends. This is a part-time position, hours are based on event schedules. The duties of this position are not limited to those listed.
LPBMM Education Coordinator
Reports To: Executive Director
Supervises: Volunteer Staff, Interns, and part-time staff when appropriate
Coordinate and develop programs that will fully leverage LPBMM’s historical, environmental and institutional resources. Conceptualize, create, and evaluate educational materials, quarterly newsletter, programs including brochures, electronic media, social media to complement the mission and mission-oriented projects, including exhibits, and events. Conform to the code of ethics governing the museum profession, represent the museum with a high level of integrity and professionalism and adhere to museum policies and support management decisions and goals in a positive, professional manner. This is a full-time position. Schedule is primarily Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm, with some evenings and weekends.
Duties and Responsibilities:
*Coordinate, administer, and evaluate the educational programs of the museum including:
–Aquatic Robotics Summer Camp
— Outreach at schools and community events
— Field Trips
— Tours and presentations of the museum to special groups
— Christmas Tree Fundraiser
* Coordinate Children’s Village as part of the Wooden Boat Festival & assist in other areas of WBF as directed by the Wooden Boat Festival Coordinator.
* Assist in all fundraisers of the museum, including Anchor Golf Classic, and the Susan Thurston Tea.
* Create and edit the museum quarterly newsletter, Shipways
* Create and edit other publications, documents, and marketing materials for education programs and fundraisers
–Registration and other forms
* Serve on museum committees as directed by the Executive Director
* Work with the Executive Director to provide effective marketing and public relations
*Assist in bringing in and coordinating new museum exhibits
* Apply for sponsor opportunities for education programs
*Network with community
* Train and schedule education staff and volunteers for summer camp, Children’s Village, field trips and other programs
* Answering phone and receiving visitors of the museum
* Work with museum staff and volunteers to achieve the organization’s mission
* Oversee building maintenance
* Other duties as assigned