MOCA Jacksonville – Assistant Director Educational Services

Posted Dec 15, 2022 Jacksonville, Florida

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Expires Jan 31, 2023

Description

The Assistant Director Educational Services, under the direction of an Associate Director or above, plays an integral role in the design, development, implementation and interpretation of departmental programs, which includes all children and family programming — school and group tours, exhibition related family programming, art camp and outreach programs.

Essential duties and responsibilities

Responsible for planning, organizing, and managing the day to day operations of various programs and services including tours, Art Camp, Voice of the People, Kid’s Art Lab, Made at MOCA, Teen Art Council and Autism Creates. Work with various constituents to ensure goals and expectations of the programs are achieved. Develop curriculum and activities for college level, adult and school tours including special needs populations. Provide classroom management quality control. Increase year-over-year revenue for earned revenue programming – tours and art camp. Serve as liaison to Education Committee and collaborate with committee members to work on next steps for priority initiatives from the committee. Serve as Educator in all Education programming, including tours, Art Camp, Voice of the People, Kid’s Art Lab, Made at MOCA, Teen Art Council and Autism Creates. Document and analyze program activities, accomplishments and statistics. Cultivate community collaborations and relationships to support Education initiatives. Serve as liaison to special guests, including arranging travel and organizing visits. Manage project budgets. Assist in the preparation & delivery of workshops and training programs. Attend and assist with museum events as needed. Perform administrative functions related to contracts, bus expense forms, purchase orders, inventory, etc. Train and supervise work of staff, students and volunteers as assigned. May represent the Director of Education in their absence. During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off campus location or place of residence. Manage school tour registration and scheduling processes with individual schools and representatives of Duval County Public Schools. Assist with the development and evaluation of the MOCA tour program utilizing the Museum’s collections and exhibitions to support national education standards for audiences of all ages. Market, develop and cultivate group tours for adults. Manage training program for museum educators and volunteers to provide high quality engagement activities that effectively communicate educational content and engage students/adults in the museum experience. Actively participate as a tour leader for both student and adult tours. Effectively assess and evaluate tour programs with the goal of seeking ongoing improvement. Supervise and manage the Art Camp @ MOCA program for Winter, Spring and Summer camps. Develop age appropriate content for the MOCA camp program, utilizing the Museum’s collections and exhibitions to support national education standards for ages 4 to 15. Create, evaluate and update program content and delivery. Develop and lead the orientation training program for museum educators, teen teachers and volunteers to provide a high quality camp experience for students and parents. Work with the Marketing team to promote Art Camp @ MOCA to the community in order to increase registration numbers. Provides support to all department programs as needed.

Qualifications

Teaching certificate or teaching experience. Proficient language skills, including communication, public speaking and writing. Proficient math skills to include constructing and evaluating budgets. Possess good judgment and ability to prioritize, assess and evaluate. Knowledge of computer programs and general technology. Strong organizational, leadership and interpersonal skills. Demonstrate a strong work ethic, including professionalism, motivation and be a team player.

Education and Experience

A Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and two years of experience directly related to the job functions; or a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and four years of experience directly related to the job functions. Applicants must complete an online application at www.unfjobs.org in order to be considered for this position. Applicants who do not apply online will not be considered for this position. Once you submit your completed application you will receive a confirmation number. Keep the confirmation number for your records. If you have any questions about this position, please contact Matthew Patterson at (904) 620-3221 or at matthew.patterson@unf.edu.

Salary/Salary Range

$43,000 to negotiable

Company/Organization

MOCA Jacksonville

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Contact

Matthew Patterson | Email