Members of the Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands are invited to share available career opportunities with our community.
The Cahoon Museum seeks an enthusiastic educator with excellent interpersonal skills to develop, implement, and evaluate educational programming at the museum. This position is responsible for the management of a wide range of educational programs for students, teachers, families, and life-long learners that bring the Museum’s exhibitions and mission to life.
The Education Coordinator will implement educational programming for school groups by designing and leading group visitor experiences -both in-person and virtual- for K-12 students, their chaperones, and their teachers. Responsibilities include outreach to schools and teachers; developing and implementing school visits and teacher opportunities; and developing curriculum and participatory programming aligned with the museum’s exhibitions and initiatives.
The Coordinator must be highly organized, energetic, a strong communicator, flexible and responsive to needs of visitors, passionate about art education, and work well in a collaborative team-based approach. Qualifications: Minimum of 3-5 years experience in education, preferably museum or arts education; familiarity with Massachusetts K-12 curriculum frameworks; ability to work both independently and collaboratively; some understanding of American art history preferred.This is a part-time, grant funded position; ability to work some weekend and evening hours. Please send cover letter and resume to: [email protected] Complete job description is available on the Museum website: https://cahoonmuseum.org/employment/. No phone calls please.
Updated: August 13, 2020
Hyannis Public Library Executive Director
c/o Harrington Management International
The Hyannis Public Library Board of Trustees is seeking a visionary Executive Director with a proven track record of generating diverse engagement, creating financial support, and undertaking ambitious and innovative programming.
Due to the recent retirement of its long-time Executive Director, the Hyannis Public Library Trustees have retained the services of Harrington Management International (HMI), a nonprofit management and consulting firm based in Osterville, Massachusetts, to lead the institution on an interim basis. HMI will also conduct a management review of the Library as well as facilitate the executive search process in order to complete a smooth transition for its new Executive Director.
A complete description of the HPL Executive Director position can be downloaded [PDF].
Any interested candidate should submit a compelling cover letter and resume’ to: [email protected] with “Executive Director” in the subject line.
No telephone inquiries will be accepted. Questions concerning the position may be sent to [email protected]
The deadline for receipt of applications is Friday, August 28, 2020.
Updated: July 13, 2020