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Posted December 27, 2016
President & CEO
Adventure Science Center
Nashville, Tennessee

The Adventure Science Center (ASC) is an independent, nonprofit educational institution with an annual operating budget of $6MM dedicated to igniting curiosity and inspiring the lifelong discovery of science.
The next President and CEO enters an organization poised for a period of innovation, growth and increased relevance to the burgeoning Nashville community. The board, committed to renewal and growth, recently completed a fundraising feasibility plan that, when realized, will fuel the funding of new exhibits and programs for this 111,000 square foot facility. Building on the growth, ASC will become a focal point for dialogue and informal science learning. ASC has a balanced budget, a talented staff of 35 full-time and 26 part-time, an engaged board and demonstrated significant community support.

The President and CEO will provide the vision and represent the leadership among all of the interested stakeholders that support ASC: board, staff, volunteers, members, visitors, the greater Nashville education and business community, the Metro Government and the broad array of donors who contribute to its ongoing success.

ASC has retained the services of DHR International. To apply, please contact James Abruzzo, Managing Partner of the Global Nonprofit Practice, at jabruzzo@dhrinternational.com or Kara Teising, Partner, at kteising@dhrinternational.com.

Posted December 20, 2016
Experience Design Project Manager
The Henry Ford
Dearborn, Michigan

The Henry Ford, located in Dearborn, Michigan, has an exciting full-time opportunity for an Experience Design Project Manager.

The Experience Design vision is to move the institutional vision forward by constantly advocating the Guest Perspective and dynamic experiential storytelling. We deliver compelling projects and programs on-time and on-budget through shared vision, collaborative processes and clear communication.

The Project Manager is responsible for planning, budgeting, scheduling, communication, and implementation toward development of major exhibitions, programs, restoration/reinstallation projects, and other changes to visitor experiences.

Manages projects to create new experiences and/or improve the look and feel of on-site experiences within established schedules and budgets. Provides leadership for these projects by working with The Henry Ford support and business units, individual staff members, and external partners.

To view complete job description and apply, please visit our website at www.thehenryford.org/about/employment/job-postings/?all=1.

Posted December 13, 2016
General Manager, Program Design & Production
The Henry Ford
Dearborn, Michigan

The Henry Ford, located in Dearborn, Michigan, has an exciting full-time opportunity for “General Manager, Program Design & Production”

This position is responsible for creating, managing, directing, and producing a variety of programs, events, and activities for the institutional properties; conceptualizing and coordinating stories and layout development; preparing timelines and budgets; and leading production and installation by staff and vendors for The Henry Ford.

Assists in conceiving and creating strategies, goals and plans for program development in various venues and for exhibition areas. Works with Venue managers, program leaders, Experience Design team members and other units, such as Education, Historical Resources, and Facilities, and with outside resources, to ensure that all programs, events, and experiences are successful and of the highest quality.

To view complete job description and apply, please visit our web site at www.thehenryford.org/about/employment/job-postings/?all=1.

Posted December 2, 2016
Museum Education Coordinator
University of Kansas Natural History Museum
Lawrence, Kansas

The University of Kansas Natural History Museum seeks a Museum Education Coordinator for a small department to develop and implement a range of science education programs and services. The museum educator’s responsibilities include teaching, research and development, and administration of engaging science programs. This person should be creative, enthusiastic and curious about science and natural history, comfortable with presenting challenging material, and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Master’s degree in a relevant field OR Bachelor’s and 3 years related experience, and a minimum of 1 year professional science teaching experience required. Master’s degree and 3+ years teaching experience in an informal science education setting are preferred. Salary $42 to 45k. Apply online at employment.ku.edu/staff/7567BR. Review of applications begins 01/03/2017.

KU is an EO/AAE. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, national origin, disability, genetic information or protected Veteran status.