Education Program Assistant (Temporary)
Position DetailsPosition Information Vacancy TypeTemporaryIs Internal Transfer OnlyNoWorking TitleEducation Program Assistant (Temporary)Salary RangeAnticipated Hiring RangeCommensurate with ExperiencePosition Number24SJD019Work Schedule15 hours a week with the possibility of an increase in hours. Flexible schedule to be determined, but required to work at least two Thursday evenings a month to assist/manage educational programs. Additional weekend hours when needed.Full Time Equivalent (FTE)0.375Department243050 - Gregg MuseumDepartment Gregg MuseumJob City & StateRaleigh, NCEssential Job Duties
The Education Program Assistant will:
• Assist the Curator of Education in implementing at least two artist-in-
residencies a year including arranging artist travel, accommodations, and
studio rental spaces
• Be responsible for assisting with weekly lecture series: help with set up/break down, program
management, and assist with A/V needs
• Coordinate docents, schedule and lead tours
• Have strong public speaking skills
• Assist in developing K-12 program initiative, and contribute to program ideas and planning
• Help the Curator of Education with NCSU class visits and course outreach efforts as needed
• Assist in a wide range of administrative duties as needed
• This position will report to the Curator of Education. The candidate will be required to have strong interpersonal skills with external and internal audiences, the ability to work as a team player on a growing staff, and manage multiple projects at once with strong organizational skills
The Gregg Museum of Art & Design is the collecting art museum of NC State University. It is one of the six primary units of Arts NC State within the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. Its holdings reflect the wide-ranging curricula of the university, with a permanent collection of more than 35,000 objects including crafts, applied and decorative arts, industrial design, architectural drawings and works on paper, photography, ceramics, paintings, sculptures, textiles, clothing, furniture, archaeological artifacts, tribal and ethnographic objects, and works by self-taught artists.
In addition to maintaining and making available this major resource for the purpose of research and teaching, the museum presents six to eight exhibitions each year accompanied by exciting performances, activities, and educational programs, all of which are free and accessible to students and the public alike. The Gregg reopened its current location in August 2017; although the museum has existed and evolved since the early 1970s, it is (once more) a new cultural destination with a prominent location in the vibrant and growing city of Raleigh, focused on re-establishing and expanding its annual attendance.Other Work/ResponsibilitiesMinimum Experience/Education
BA degree in related field. Basic computer skills; ability to quickly learn new/unfamiliar software functions.Departmental Required Skills
Excellent writing skills. Strong attention to detail. Able to work equally well alone or on a team. Ability to lift 25 lbs.Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
Two or more years of experience in an art museum. MA degree in related field. Experience with educational programming.Required License or Certification
N/ASpecial InstructionsJob Open Date08/07/2019Must Be Open Until
Positions will be posted until 5:00 PM ET on this date. Positions remaining posted after this date are still accepting applications but may close at any time.08/14/2019Is this position partially or fully funded on ARRA stimulus monies?NoProposed Hire Date09/03/2019AA/EOE
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