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Employment Opportunities at the Louisiana Children’s Museum…
Special Events Coordinator
The Special Events Coordinator for the Louisiana Children’s Museum will manage the planning, organization and implementation of the Museum’s events, and have responsibility for achieving event fund raising goals. Primary fundraising events including the Children’s World’s Fair, Circus Magic Night, CHAIRish the Children, and Festival of Trees.
Bachelor’s degree, and 3+ years of event planning. Excellent organizational and customer service skills, along with strong public relations and interpersonal skills required for organization, cultivation and solicitation of gifts. Knowledge of the local community related to event planning is essential.
Send cover letter and resume to Lisa Sibal, Development Director at LSibal@lcm.org. No phone calls please.
Museum Experience Manager
The Museum Experience Manager of the Louisiana Children’s Museum is responsible for all aspects of high-quality visitor experiences within the Museum.
- Hire, train, schedule and supervise staff
- Order exhibit supplies and ensure that all exhibits are properly functioning
- Manage customer service and safety issues
- Oversee department budget
-College degree in education or related field.
-Ability to provide excellent customer service while completing work under pressure.
-Minimum two years in supervisory role.
-Strong organizational skills.
-Ability to meet deadlines (often multiple and competing). Must be detailed oriented.
Must work weekends, and some evenings.
Qualified candidates please email cover letter and resume to Pody Gay, Education Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Summer Camp Director
As Director of Summer Camps for the Louisiana Children’s Museum, this position performs duties related to planning and implementation for 10 weeks of summer camps at the Museum, June through August. The director supervises the Assistant Camp Director, summer camp volunteers, and children attending camp.
You will work with the Education Director and Program Coordinator to create weekly programs and activities as curriculum for our weekly camp themes.
A degree in Education, Early Childhood, related field, or in process of completing one of the above degrees is required. Classroom teaching experience and/or experience as a Summer Camp Director is required.
This is a full-time position June through August, with flexibility to work part-time hours in April through May in preparation for camp which begins June 2.
Email cover letter and resume to Pody Gay, Education Director, at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Front Desk Cashier (Part-Time)
Greet visitors, answer questions about museum membership and admission, process all transactions (cash, credit cards, checks). Open and close register, balance bank deposits, prepare change orders and daily register reports for the Business Manager.
Head Cashier works 32 hours per week: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Must be available to work other shifts as needed.
Knowledge of Point of Sales system, and experience with the use of computer systems necessary.
Excellent written and oral skills necessary. Previous cashier and customer service experience required.
Send cover letter and resume to Pody Gay, Education Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.