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Posted June 23, 2017
General Manager, Program Design & Production
The Henry Ford
Dearborn, Michigan

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/jobpostings

Posted June 15, 2017
Director, Audience Development
COSI
Columbus, Ohio

COSI, the Center of Science and Industry, is seeking a new Director, Audience Development. The position is responsible for leading a team of managers responsible for planning, developing, and executing a comprehensive unified growth strategy to increase and diversify COSI’s audiences through specialized programming, while expanding its general, “day-time”, audience base of families with children, and maximizing net revenue opportunities. Click here for more information and to apply.

Posted May 31, 2017
Planetarium Administrator
Schiele Museum of Natural History and Planetarium
Gastonia, North Carolina

The Schiele Museum of Natural History and Planetarium seeks a Planetarium Administrator. The incumbent performs difficult and professional work in the operation of the planetarium with specific program responsibilities in planetarium show production and development. Scope of work includes presentations of planetarium programs and other related multimedia presentations in the facility, regular maintenance of equipment, supervising and scheduling planetarium staff, and other duties required to develop and implement a vibrant and dynamic science based program in a planetarium setting.

The position requires a general knowledge of planetarium operation, curriculum development and program design; thorough knowledge of theories and techniques in the field of astronomy and the operation of all related technical support equipment; ability to communicate ideas effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to plan and implement programs; ability to work effectively with the general public, schools, officials and other employees.

Candidates should have any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from accredited college or university with major work in the science, including astronomy or planetarium related subjects. Background should include previous experience in planetarium operation, programming, scheduling, and audiovisual planetarium support systems development and operation or an equivalent combination of the above requirements.

The salary for this position as an employee of the City of Gastonia is $37,460.80 $70,699.20 Annually with excellent benefits.

For additional information or to apply please visit the City of Gastonia Job Opportunities website at bit.ly/2qw8AwJ.