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Norlands Seeks Part-time Program Coordinator

11 Jun 2014 1:05 PM | Anonymous member

The Norlands, a 19th-century living history museum and working farm, in Livermore, Maine, seeks a dynamic history educator for the position of Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator facilitates the scheduling of all programs and tours, provides tours for the public and delivers school programs, assists with promoting educational services and volunteer opportunities, and  helps to recruit and supervise volunteers.  In addition, s/he assists with planning special events and workshops. The Program Coordinator works cooperatively with the Director of Interpretation and Training and reports to the Executive Director.

For a detailed job description, email norlands@norlands.org

The ideal candidate holds a B.A. in education, history, or similar field; is well-versed in living history education and interpretation methods; familiar with Maine history and rural life in America; effective in working with volunteers and managing diverse groups of all ages, and has excellent interpersonal, communication, and writing skills.  We seek someone who is highly organized, flexible, and self-motivated with the ability to multi-task and work independently and as part of a team. S/he must be familiar with MS Word, Excel, Publisher, database and email systems.


This is a part-time temporary position, approximately 15 - 18 hours per week with a flexible schedule based on program needs.  Some weekend and evenings required.


Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to:

 

Sheri Leahan, director

Washburn-Norlands Living History Center

290 Norlands Road

Livermore, ME 04253


Or email a PDF to norlands@norlands.org


Maine Archives and Museums / P.O. Box 46 / Cumberland Center, Maine 04021 / (207) 400-6965 / info@mainemuseums.org 

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