Education Coordinator (LTE)

  • Part Time
  • Oshkosh, WI
  • $20.70 - $23.29 USD / Hour

Website Oshkosh Public Museum

History. Art. Culture.

The Oshkosh Public Museum is searching for an Education Coordinator to plan, develop, and present public programming related to the mission of the Oshkosh Public Museum.  The Education Coordinator creates and facilitates education and enrichment programming relevant to students, teachers, families, and adult audiences.  This position requires excellent people skills and the ability to communicate with visitors from a variety of backgrounds, abilities, and perspectives as well as energy and enthusiasm to help develop the museum as an extraordinary community, cultural, and educational resource.


This is a temporary position working approximately 20 hours per week. Occasional evening and weekend shifts may be required.


Specific duties include:

·         Support of and participation in the development and delivery of educational and programmatic offerings and resources, such as writing plans for interactive programs, delivering programs, developing tours, creating hands-on activities, and other inquiry-driven learning opportunities.

·         Delivering onsite education programs to expand the reach and community impact of the OPM. These include, but are not limited to, scheduling/hosting field trips for PreK-12th grade students, managing and facilitating family programming, hosting/facilitating adult-audience programming, and other enrichment programs as they are developed.

·         Coordinating off-site outreach such as booking and maintaining Inquiry Kits, organizing classroom visits, and off-site programming. This also includes communication with external stakeholders, such as newsletter updates, and responding to public inquiries about education programs.


Qualified candidates will possess:

·         Minimum of one year of experience working with Pre-K through 12th grade students; Bachelor’s Degree in Education or a related field may be substituted for experience.

·         Two or more years of experience working as a museum educator, teacher in a K-12 classroom, or other professional education experience is highly desirable.

·         Experience leading volunteers is desirable.

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