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Summary of Position:
The GRHP Programs & Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for developing and executing educational programming, providing logistics support for an 18-22 person staff and for creating and maintaining a thriving volunteer program. Responsibilities include creating, facilitating and implementing programming that enhances the museum’s mission and makes learning enjoyable, accessible, and interesting for a wide range of Museum visitors. This role encompasses docent supervision, coordination, and training; planning special events for the museum’s public programs; and working closely with Programs staff to enhance the educational possibilities at the Park.
a) Provides logistical support to Director of Programs and Site Leads including but not limited to background research, department purchasing and activity preparation.
a) Coordinates with other Lead Interpreters and Programs Director to achieve daily operational goals and special event activities.
b) Oversees the recruitment, training, scheduling and evaluation of Park volunteers and oversees youth volunteer program.
a) Assists with development and implementation of programmatic endeavors for the Park including school programming, special event programming and daily family programming.
b) Provides innovative and creative leadership for development and expansion of educational/interpretive programs to keep pace with market trends and educational standards.
c) Works with the Director of Programs and Site Leads to plan, coordinate, implement and evaluate a variety of interpretative programs including regular daily programming, school programming and special event programming.
d) Works closely with staff to ensure visitor engagement and best visitor experience for a wide range of age groups
e) Provides additional staffing and logistics support to Park staff when needed.
a) Represents the George Ranch Historical Park as needed with organizations and individuals requesting historical knowledge or expertise.
Reports To: Director of Programs
Starting Salary Range: $28,750+, commensurate with experience and education. Excellent benefit package includes health and life insurance; 10 days paid vacation, 11 paid holidays and 6 sick leave days.
Workweek: Tuesday through Saturday, with occasional variances.
Interested candidates can email a cover letter and resume to Director of Programs Krystal Willeby at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can be picked up and submitted in person at 10215 FM 762, Richmond, TX 77469.
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