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Posted April 14, 2017
Vice President and Chief Programs Officer
Conner Prairie Museum
Fishers, Indiana

Principal Function: The Vice President and Chief Programs Officer (VP & CPO) reports to the President/CEO and serves as the chief programmatic strategist for the organization. The VP & CPO is responsible for program innovation, development, and alignment that increase the depth, variety and quantity of engagement with our guests and the community to fully deliver Conner Prairie’s mission – to inspire curiosity and foster learning about Indiana’s past by providing engaging, individualized and unique experiences. The VP & CPO is also responsible for the day-to-day management of guest experiences by working with the directors of three divisions (Exhibits, Programs, and Interpretation) to advance organizational vision and strategic imperatives.

Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) in history, business, or other related field is required; Master’s degree (M.A., M.S., M.B.A.) or MEd/MAT degree in a STEM field, education, museum studies, or related field is desired. Previous programmatic experience in a leadership role is required. Previous management of informal learning experiences is required. Previous supervisory experience is required. Previous experience working in the museum and/or entertainment park industry is desired to include knowledge of exhibition and program planning to serve as liaison with exhibit designers and fabricators, technical program suppliers, artists, and educators at all levels.

For a full job description, go to www.connerprairie.org/about-conner-prairie/join-our-team.

Posted April 3, 2017
Executive Director
Montana Audubon
Helena, Montana

Accomplished leader to develop strategic vision for Montana Audubon in conservation, policy, and education. Proven ability in strategic planning, management, program planning/evaluation, collaborative ventures, fundraising and constituency building. Understanding of complex environmental issues. Experience/familiarity with conservation issues in Montana/Western states preferred. Genuine connection to nature and the outdoors required.

Executive achievement in environmental education, advocacy, policy, research, business or law encouraged. Proven success in fundraising highly desired. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree desired. Environmental conservation, conservation biology, and wildlife management degrees encouraged not required.

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to Kittleman & Associates

www.kittlemansearch.com/montana-audubon/

Posted March 23, 2017
Executive Director
National Children’s Museum
Washington, D.C.

The National Children’s Museum is seeking a skilled museum professional with a track record of leadership, business management, innovation and sound financial control at a senior level. Together with the Board, the Executive Director will be responsible for overseeing the start-up of the museum in the new facility and ensuring the health and vitality of the organization long-term The ideal candidate will have a personal history of taking a project from concept to completion. S/he will have a deep commitment to the NCM mission and the ability to create experiences that address a thematic focus of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). Experience in growing an organization via operational and philanthropic income generation is needed. Please click here for more information and to apply.