Isamu Noguchi, Momo Taro, 1977-78. Gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation, Inc.

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Job Opportunities

EDUCATION COORDINATOR

EDUCATION ASSISTANT


Education Coordinator

Storm King Art Center seeks a full-time Education Coordinator to join their Education and Public Programs team.  The position offers a unique opportunity to work both in an office and outdoors, in a friendly and fast-paced culture. The role requires an energetic and organized individual who is comfortable working with a small staff where collaboration, flexibility, and teamwork are essential. Along with necessitating software skills to manage data and administrative needs, the job offers opportunities to engage with Storm King’s visitors, schools, and institutional partners.

Position Summary:
The Education Coordinator is a member of the Education and Public Programs department, and reports to the Director of Education and Public Programs.  The Department of Education and Public Programs encompasses all formal and informal education offerings and opportunities, such as concerts and performances, lectures and artist talks, programming for children and families, school and adult group visits, and docent enrichment and training. Interpretative strategies and content, ranging from print to digital, are also critical to the education mission. Education and Public Programs works closely with the Curatorial, Development, and Operations departments, as well as with the President’s office.

The Coordinator is responsible for managing the scheduling and coordination of all group visits to Storm King Art Center. Related responsibilities include the coordination of the docent program, such as organizing training and evaluation schedules and providing consistent support for docents. The Coordinator works closely with Visitor Services staff, ensuring that group visit requests and needs are met.

The Education Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include the following:

- Managing all group visits including processing online reservations for groups of all ages; communicating via phone and email with groups wishing to visit; managing and coordinating docent tour scheduling; communicating tour schedules and needs to Visitor Services staff and docents.

- Coordinating docent program with Education team, including meetings, field trips, training sessions, observations and evaluations, educational materials, and events.

- Coordinating VIP, private event, and corporate membership group visits with all other departments.

- Developing effective strategies for communicating with key staff about group reservations.

- Managing group visit data, creating reports, and monitoring attendance.

- Researching and developing new data gathering and recording tools as needed.

 

Required Skills and Qualifications

- Minimum of 5 years of professional experience; museum administrative experience preferred.

- A., M.A in related field preferred.

- Experience with entering and managing data on a variety of platforms.

- A friendly and professional demeanor and a genuine interest in working with visitors of all ages.

- Ability to perform with a high level of discretion and integrity.

- Enthusiasm for collaboration and problem solving.

- Strong attention to detail.

- Capability of working in a multiple project environment.

- Strong organizational and communication skills.

- Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and new opportunities.

- Ability to work weekends, holiday Mondays, and evenings during the season (April through November) for special events and peak group visitation weekends.

- Ability to walk and work outdoors in varying weather conditions for special events.

- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and the Internet.

- Knowledge of modern and contemporary art history and/or art-making a plus.

- Proficiency in Spanish a plus.

Storm King Art Center provides a competitive benefits package, including 403(b), health care and paid time off.  Salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume via email to employment@stormkingartcenter.org with “Education Coordinator” in the subject line.

Candidates invited to interview will be asked to provide writing samples.  No phone calls please.


Education Assistant

Storm King Art Center seeks an Education Assistant to support the programs and administration of the Education department. The position offers a unique opportunity to work both in an office and outdoors, in a friendly and fast-paced culture. The role requires an energetic and organized individual who is comfortable working with a small staff where collaboration, flexibility, and teamwork are essential. Along with necessitating software skills to manage data and administrative needs, the job offers opportunities to engage with Storm King’s visitors, schools, and institutional partners.

Position Summary:
The Department of Education and Public Programs at Storm King encompasses all formal and informal education offerings and opportunities, such as concerts and performances, lectures and artist talks, programming for children and families, school and adult tours, and docent enrichment and training. Interpretative strategies and content, ranging from print to digital, are also critical to the education mission. Education and Public Programs works closely with the departments of Curatorial, Development, and Operations, as well as the President’s office.

The Education Assistant reports to the Director of Education and Public Programs and supports the department by assisting with Education initiatives and fulfilling general administrative and programming needs including but not limited to the following:

- Assisting with public programs, ranging from calendar planning to event-day support.

- Assisting with scheduling and coordinating group visits, docent tours and training, k-12 outreach, and public programs.

- Assisting with updating group visit data, creating reports, and monitoring attendance.

- Receiving and processing contracts and invoices for education and public events.

- Assisting with community outreach, audience research, and program evaluation.

- Assisting with coordination of docent program.

 

Required Skills and Qualifications

- One year of office experience or internship in a non-profit organization, preferred.

- College degree in related field preferred

- Interest in modern and contemporary art history, art-making, and/or, education.

- Ability to communicate in a professional manner and with a high level of discretion and integrity with staff members, visitors, donors, and the greater community.

- A friendly and professional demeanor with a genuine interest in working with visitors of all ages.

- Strong attention to detail.

- Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.

- Strong organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines.

- Capability of working in a multi-project environment.

- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.

- Flexibility working weekend public programs and occasional special events locally and in NYC.

- Ability to work outdoors in various weather conditions.

- Knowledge of Photoshop and / or InDesign a plus.

- Proficiency in Spanish a plus.

Storm King Art Center provides a competitive benefits package, including 403(b), health care and paid time off.  Salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply: please send your cover letter and resume to Donna Ricci, Human Resources Consultant at employment@stormkingartcenter.org with “Education Assistant” in the subject.

Candidates invited to interview will be asked to provide writing samples.  No phone calls please.

 


Storm King Art Center is an EEO institution/employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, height, weight, or marital status in employment or the provision of services and is an equal access/equal opportunity employer.