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Posted May 22, 2017
Vice President of Design and Programming
Thanksgiving Point Institute
Lehi, Utah

Reporting directly to the president and CEO, the position is designed to lead the Institute’s strategic vision as an industry leader in transformative family learning experiences. The Vice President of Design and Programming is responsible for the entire spectrum of experience programming which includes: design, education, exhibition, audience research, grant management, venue content specialists, and volunteers for Thanksgiving Point Institute, including, but not limited to, developing and managing a comprehensive, integrated programming plan, developing and managing annual budgets for the design and programming department, oversee project management of capital campaign projects, working with outside exhibit and architect partners, and assisting the CEO, other senior managers and Utah State University Extension liaison employees in identifying and actively pursuing and managing innovative experiential venues and program opportunities.

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Posted May 5, 2017
Public Programs Manager
Exploration Place
Wichita, Kansas

Exploration Place is all about inspiring a deeper interest in science through creative and fun experiences for people of all ages. This led us to create a new full time position that we now need to fill, Public Programs Manager. This position will ensure high quality, consistent, enjoyable and educational experiences for guests through the development and implementation of science programs, gallery demonstrations and general public programming. Responsibilities include training and supervising our Public Programs staff, overseeing the Public Programs’ budget and direction, evaluating and modifying current programs as necessary. This position will be collaborating with other departments to present effective, entertaining programming during peak demand hours for school groups, exhibit openings and special events. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, professional and positive, with exceptional customer service, presentation and communication skills. Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree and experience working with the public in an arts, science or cultural setting. Previous supervisory experience is mandatory. Second language is a plus. The work schedule is generally Tuesday through Saturday with some evenings and holidays. Limited travel may be required. Please send your resume to EOE