Main Areas of Responsibility:
The Director of Education will administrate the entire educational program for the museum. This includes the supervision of 2 education department staff and numerous volunteers associated with creation and presentation of programs about nuclear science & history.
Additional Areas of Responsibility:
Responsible for curriculum development and integration, attention to state standards, presentation formats, overall education program quality, data collection and survey activities, teacher interfaces, program guide development, enrichment, outreach services, overseeing and implementing goals and objectives with in the strategic plan.
The Director of Education will have at least four years experience with informal museum education and have a high degree of personal energy and administrative skills. Must possess at least a Bachelor’s level degree from an accredited University in a field of science, science education or education administration.