Museum Education Specialist Submarine Force Museum
The incumbent reports to the Supervisory Curator, and designs, develops and implements educational programs to a core audience of students grades K-12. Additional audience includes: military, personnel, students, civic leaders, volunteer staff, and the general public. Incumbent manages program requirements for budget, supplies and personnel. The incumbent employs a variety of media and educational techniques in order to demonstrate the significance of US Submarine contributions to the defense of the nation. He/She produces and/or conducts the following: printed or computer material, demonstrations, classes, tours school programs, workshops, teacher and docent training and hands-on activities. Specifically, the incumbent researches, creates, designs, budgets and adapts individual courses, lectures, school lesson plans, teacher workshops, and military training presentations. He/She as a primary liaison for the museum’s education program collaborates with outside institutions and academic entities on cooperative programs, symposia, conference and other educational ventures. The incumbent presents educational programs individually designed for audience educational level and interest. He/she trains and manages volunteers for docent programs.
Closes April 16.