Jobs & Internships
POSITION: Education and Public Programs Manager
HOURS: Full Time Position / 40 hours/week
PAY: Per annum $32,000 to $40,000
STARTS: Until position is filled
The Coral Springs Museum of Art has an exciting opportunity for an Education and Public Programs Manager. We seek an individual who can guide our education program to complement and supplement the vibrant exhibitions offered to our community. Reporting to the Executive Director, the position will work in close collaboration with all staff members to plan, implement and evaluate the museum’s educational programming. This position requires a person who is enthusiastic, self-directed and has a sense of cooperation. The education manager will create and implement programs utilizing the museum’s collection and special exhibitions that stimulate learning about and through the arts. He/she will also develop and maintain positive relationships with the public school system, parents and children, students and teachers, senior communities and colleagues in the museum field. Our goal is to ensure that the educational focus of the museum is clearly articulated and communicated, while working to build strong and engaged audience. The education manager coordinates a team of Instructors, volunteers, and contract program providers. The right candidate should be organized and detail-oriented; friendly with a sense of humor; exhibit strong communication skills; possess teaching ability; have an understanding of non-profit operation; leader and team player; and express interest in working in a museum with varied audiences. Skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook. Experience with DonorSnap and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) a plus. This position places you in a very creative environment and offers growth potential. We will not be accepting phone calls. Please send resumes/cover letters to Jandrews@coralsprings.org.
POSITION: Guest Services Associate
HOURS: Part Time 20-25 hours/week
PAY: $12 to $15/hour
STARTS: Until position is filled
The Coral Springs Museum of Art is seeking an energetic, efficient individual for the important position of Guest Services Associate. The Associate engages directly with the public by greeting guests, coordinating volunteers, registering classes and programs. This position requires a person who is personable, courteous and presents a pleasant appearance. The Guest Service Associate provides support services to all programs of the museum including coordinating group and school tours, handling museum store sales, assisting in fundraising events and other educational programming. This position works closely with development in processing membership and providing information for grants. Because this is a front line position, candidate must be able to answer phones, communicate clearly and direct calls appropriately. The right candidate should be organized and detail-oriented; friendly with a sense of humor; exhibit strong communication skills; familiar with non-profit operation; be a team player; offer a high level of customer service. Must be willing to assist in other projects when needed. Skills required: Proficient in Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel. Experience with DonorSnap and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) a plus.This position places you in a very creative environment and offers growth potential. We will not be accepting phone calls. Please send resumes/cover letters to Jandrews@coralsprings.org.
POSITION: Museum Intern
HOURS: 8-10 hours/week
PAY: Unpaid/For College Credit
Internship Job Description: Qualified individuals will assist the Museum with any of the following:
- assisting with the implementation of the Education Programs and related activities. Responsibilities include inventory of art supplies, assisting with the operations of the program, photo documenting, light research, filing and other related tasks.
- creating Family FunDay activities and treasure hunts for special and permanent exhibitions.
- research for upcoming exhibitions and individual artists.
- developing museum lessons based on permanent collections.
- maintaining art contact lists for program participants.
- writing scripts docents.
- organizing and updating docent files, tracking hours of service, etc.
- meeting prep for education department meetings.
Marketing & Social Media
- assisting with writing and placement of PR and marketing materials (in conjunction with PR Firm and staff).
- assist with the creation of collateral materials
- posting to and updating Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and other social media outlets as needed for programs and events.
- research and contact artists for bio and image content to maintain exhibition files.
- assist with Friends of the Museum and event planning and implementation.
- assist with exhibition openings and receptions.
General Museum Management
- assist with the general office duties as assigned including, filing, research, guest services and membership.
- assist the director with research on artists and exhibitions.
- maintaining database lists, exhibition files and general files.
- assist with the preparation of board meeting and related committee meetings.
- assist with artist contract preparation and maintenance of permanent collection files.
Applicants should be students (junior, senior or graduate level) majoring in an education, art, marketing or museum-related discipline. Applicants should be organized, detail-oriented and computer literate (including social media). Applicants should also have a general knowledge of art terminology, theories and practices. Applicants must possess excellent writing skills and LOVE working with people. The internship places you in a creative, professional and dynamic learning environment.
Interested applicants may email a letter of interest, résumé and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.