Education Coordinator

July 14, 2022
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  • Full Time
  • Long Beach
  • $18.00—$20.00/hr USD / Year

Long Beach Museum of Art

JOB SUMMARY

Under the direction of the Education Manager, the Education Coordinator will help develop

curriculum that meets the Common Core, and National Art Standards. They will schedule school

visits, conduct exhibition tours, support the volunteer Docent council, and other outreach

programs. The successful candidate will uphold the Long Beach Museum of Art’s core values to

enrich lives through learning, to bring people together to celebrate the arts. The Museum is

committed to advancing cultural equity and inclusion on its campuses, in its programming, and

in the wider arts community.

PRIMARY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • Develop curriculum for LBMA K-12 art education programs
  • Coordinate the KidsVisions program, which serves all LBUSD fifth grade students
  • Assist in the creation and development of digital media programs and materials
  • Serve as the primary contact for department inquiries, and tour requests
  • Collaborate on the development of education programming for permanent and rotating

exhibitions

  • Plan and conduct exhibition tours and workshops for both student and adult programs
  • Assist with the training and coordination of the volunteer Docent council
  • Actively research new technologies, and virtual learning trends
  • Maintain the department calendar and database
  • Maintain positive customer relations with internal and external stakeholders; support

Museum events and programs

  • Other incidental duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Art, Education, or related field preferred
  • Work experience at a museum, in art education, or as a studio artist strongly preferred
  • Teaching experience; preferably with elementary-grade students desirable

REQUIREMENT

  • All employees must provide proof of full vaccination against the COVID-19 virus as a

condition of employment

  • A valid driver’s license; access to reliable transportation

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of virtual/hybrid learning tools and resources; understanding of SMART

Board interactive whiteboards

  • Demonstrate tact, teamwork, and collaborate positively with Museum staff
  • Ability to think creatively, and use new technologies to expand Museum outreach and

program impact

  • Excellent organizational, prioritization, and time management skills; ability to execute

with keen attention to detail

  • Possess a positive attitude, initiative, sound judgement, and the ability to work

independently as well as in a team

  • Skilled in business software, including Microsoft and Google Suite
  • Maintain prompt and effective communication with Museum patrons and fellow staff
  • Ability to engage with all levels of management and public
  • Maintain safety and security, and vigilance of surroundings while on campus and during

off-site visits

  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) desirable

WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Office/museum/classroom setting
  • Ability to stand, and set-up classrooms with program materials
  • Some light-lifting required

COMPENSATION

  • Full-5me; $18.00—$20.00 hourly rate, DOE

APPLY

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Allan Lee, Director of Human Resources at

allanl@lbma.org. No phone calls please.

To apply for this job email your details to allanl@lbma.org

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