This position is responsible for the successful daily operations of all aspects of the visitor experience, admissions desk welcome center and info desk. The Visitor Services Associate ensures optimum performance of the visitor services experience, admissions process and point of sales system operation. As a part of the visitor services team, you will provide excellent customer service and a seamless operation of the guest experience at the Museum. Position is part time and reports to the Visitor Services Manager. Preference will be given to bilingual candidates and must be available on weekends. To apply, please email resume to Debra Ramos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsible for the cleanliness of all aspects of the facility and visitor experience at the Museum. Duties include tasks of a custodial or operational nature and to provide a safe, high quality and presentable visitor experience. Working in a team of exhibit and facility staff, the Custodial Technician will report to the Operations Technician & Custodial Supervisor or the VP of Operations in his/her absence. Early mornings / weekends / evenings / holidays will be required. Please email resume to Kristen Nieves at email@example.com
This full-time, exempt position is responsible for the developing overseeing and executing the Museum’s paid and unpaid messages in the market including advertising, public relations, and sales. The Marketing and Communication Manager is the lead team member charged with creating excitement in the community regarding the Museum’s offerings. Position ensures brand consistency through all marketing channels including print, graphics, website, and online presence. Marketing scope includes, but is not limited to, educational programs and events, exhibits, venue rentals, development, and outreach efforts. Position reports to the President & CEO. To apply, please email resume to Kristen Nieves at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Camp Curriculum
The internship position provides a unique opportunity to write and create lesson plans for children ages 5-9 (K-4th grade). Topics for lessons plans will include science, geography, history, music, dance, art, literature and Museum exhibits. The lesson plans produced will be used for the 2015 summer Camp Connect Programs. Other logistical tasks will be assigned on an as-needed basis, but the primary function of this position is to write and produce programs for the upcoming Summer Camp Connect programs. The position reports directly to the Programs Manager and will be expected to follow the same policies and procedures as the Museum program team staff. All programs created are property of the Glazer Children’s Museum.