Education and Outreach Coordinator

  • Full Time
  • Illinois
  • $19.30-22.00 USD / Hour

Website Hegeler Carus Mansion

Historic House Museum Campus

Organizational Description

The Hegeler Carus Foundation (Foundation), established in 1995, is located in La Salle, IL. The Foundation is responsible for oversight, collections management, programming, maintenance, and restoration of the Hegeler Carus Museum Campus consisting of the Hegeler Carus Mansion, the Julius W. Hegeler Mansion, and the Stone Cottage.

The Hegeler Carus Mansion, a historic house museum, on the campus, is an 1876 Second Empire masterpiece and National Historic Landmark (2007) by architect W. W. Boyington and interior designer, August Fiedler. With seven levels, fifty-seven rooms, and 22,000 square feet, this impeccably preserved mansion showcases intricate parquet floors and hand-painted ceilings. Beyond its architectural splendor, the mansion played a pivotal role in industry, philosophy, publishing, and religion providing a captivating history, both locally and internationally.

Mission Statement: To preserve and use the Hegeler Carus Mansion and its many stories to inspire excitement and appreciation locally and globally for its heritage, architecture, and design. For more information about the Hegeler Carus Mansion visit:

Job Summary

The Education and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for all education related aspects of the Hegeler Carus Museum Campus’ exhibitions, collections, programs, and services. In addition, the Education and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for establishing and maintaining effective working relationships between the Museum Campus and the diverse cultural and educational partners and patrons throughout the Illinois Valley Region and beyond as appropriate, by performing the following duties. This is a full-time, hourly position with benefits.

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