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Event Specialist | Part Time

The Event Specialist’s primary responsibility is to deliver a high-quality birthday and special events experience that is memorable and exciting. The Event Specialist is responsible for the set-up, facilitation, and clean-up of birthday parties and other special events, through interaction with children and families and delivery of fun and engaging activities. Must be available Friday through Sunday, 9am-6pm. The Event Specialist reports to the Events and Programs Coordinator and the Special Events and Programs Manager. To apply, please submit resume to employment@glazermuseum.org | Download Job Description

 

Chief Development Officer | Full Time

The Chief Development Officer (CDO) is responsible for designing, strategizing, planning, managing and implementing the overall fundraising strategy for the Glazer Children’s Museum to achieve and exceed operating objectives. The Chief Development Officer will ensure the effective delivery of the Museum’s vision, mission and brand through its fundraising programs and will establish secure diversified funding resources for its future. The Chief Development Officer will lead staff, Board members and volunteers in building upon current contributors as well as developing new connections with individual donors, corporations, foundations, governmental entities, etc. that results in increased contributed income, planned giving, endowments, and long-term sustainability of the museum. To apply, please submit resume to employment@glazermuseum.org | Download Job Description

 

Executive Assistant to the CEO | Full Time

The Executive Assistant to the CEO serves as the direct assistant to the President / CEO, providing support and coordination in all areas of the CEO’s work. He / she is responsible for the coordination and implementation of administrative and reception activity for the CEO and administrative offices. This full time, non-exempt position reports to the President / CEO. To apply, please submit resume to employment@glazermuseum.org | Download Job Description

 

Summer Camp Imagination: Lead Teacher | Full Time, Temporary

The primary responsibility of the Lead Teacher is to facilitate a positive and high quality experience at GCM’s Camp Imagination by delivering educational programming, assisting in program evaluation, and participating in experience/program creation to create a memorable experience. This is achieved through the delivery of formal and informal educational experiences by following the Camp Imagination curriculum. The Lead Teacher reports to the Special Events and Programs Manager. In his/her absence, they report to the Director of School & Youth Programs.Summer Camp runs each week from June 10- August 2. Must be available Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5pm. To apply, please submit resume to employment@glazermuseum.org | Download Job Description

 

Summer Camp Imagination: Assistant Teacher | Part Time, Temporary

The primary responsibility of the Assistant Teacher is to facilitate a positive and high-quality experience at GCM’s Camp Imagination by assisting in the delivery of programs to create a memorable experience. This is achieved through the delivery of formal and informal educational experiences by following the Camp Imagination curriculum and direction from the Lead Teacher. The Assistant Teacher reports to the Special Events and Programs Manager. In his/her absence, they report to the Director of School and Youth Programs. Camp Imagination runs from June 10-August 2. Assistant Teachers must have flexible availability Monday-Friday. To apply, please submit resume to employment@glazermuseum.org | Download Job Description

 

Teachers for Learn and Play Tampa Bay | Full Time

The Teachers for Learn and Play Tampa Bay must take a 21st century learning approach to teaching and program development, work well within a small team environment, ignite partnerships in the community and have the skills to make flexible changes as needed when working with the public. Teachers must have a proven track record of working with families and children, specifically in rural communities. Using a multilingual approach to learning, and gaining trust in the community, Learn and Play Tampa Bay teachers have a passion for preparing all children for Kindergarten through social/emotional wellness, literacy and numeracy. The Learn and Play Tampa Bay teachers must be a student of cutting-edge techniques in learning and child development with an eye and attitude toward innovation and inclusion. To apply, please submit resume to employment@glazermuseum.org | Download Job Description