Programs and Education Coordinator, Stranahan House Museum, Fort Lauderdale

19 Sep 2017 7:36 AM | Krystal Thomas (Administrator)

The Historic Stranahan House Museum is Broward County’s oldest and most historic surviving structure. Built in 1901, it is where the City of Fort Lauderdale began and has served as a museum, educational center, and event venue since 1984.

The Historic Stranahan House Museum is in search of an educator, historian, and/or teaching artist to serve as the museum’s Programs and Education Coordinator. This position is responsible for all aspect of the House’s educational programs including school tours, community programs, outreach, and distance learning. The Coordinator will also assist in the creation of temporary museum exhibits and volunteer training. The right candidate will be a team player who enjoys creative opportunities and can effectively communicate with diverse audiences.

The Program and Education Coordinator will oversee all aspects of program creation, goal setting, logistics, and evaluation while overseeing a passionate team of volunteers. This position reports directly to the Executive Director.

Compensation commensurate with experience.

Can be full or part-time position.

Night and weekend work may be required based on museum programs.

Send resume and cover letter to No phone calls please.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software