Museum Education Positions at the Intrepid Museum (New York City)
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, in New York City, has a number of open positions in Education. More information about each position (including hours and salary) is available at their individual hyperlinks and here: https://www.intrepidmuseum.org/Are-You-In/Careers.
The Museum seeks a Full Time Museum Educator to support a grant-funded project that will explore underrepresented stories in U.S. Navy service by drawing from the collections of museums across the United States. This is a terrific opportunity for a candidate with excellent organizational, pedagogical and communication skills who has a passion for bringing untold stories to light. The Museum Educator will assist with the development and delivery of inclusive, collections-based resources to engage learners of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Part of a collaborative, multifaceted Education Department, but working particularly on creating cross-cutting alignment of curricular resources for use across the nation, this position requires content knowledge, creativity and highly developed organizational skills.
This is a full-time position for a term of one year, from January through December 2022, with a possibility of extension/permanency. ($41,000 per year)
The CASA Program Educators are sought for delivering in-school partnership programs making use of the Museum’s collection to engage students and support learning in the afterschool hours. CASA Educators will work one-two days per week to deliver a two hour after school program.
While the direct instructional time will be approximately 40-50 hours, pay is figured at a rate of $20 per hour to cover training/preparation time for a total of 175 hours. ($3,500 per CASA partnership). Programs occur at schools in all five boroughs for a two hour block falling between 2:00-5:30 depending on the school needs.
Per Diem Educators are sought for delivering in-person (at Museum) programs, virtual programs and off-site programs that make use of the Museum’s collection to engage students, families, adults and seniors, including individuals with cognitive, sensory, physical, emotional and behavioral disabilities. This person will work with teams across the education department who oversee school & teacher programs, access programs, out of school time programs, teen programs, adult, and community engagement & family programs.
Hours are varied, so a flexible schedule is a must. $20 per hour. Maximum of 20 hours per week.
A Part Time Access Fellow is sought for supporting the development and delivery of materials and resources that make use of archival and object collections to engage students, families and adults with cognitive, sensory, physical, emotional and behavioral disabilities, primarily focusing on the expansion of the Museum’s accessible digital resource guide.
This is a 1-year grant funded position (January 2022-December 2022). ($26,000 per yr – 20 hrs/wk @$25 per hr)