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Visitor Experience Navigators - Chesterfield and Short Pump locations Our Visitor Experience Navigators are the ambassadors of the Children’s Museum! These positions embody our mission to inspire growth in all children by engaging families in learning through play. Responsibilities: Visitor Experience Navigators are the face of the Museum and engage with guests in a friendly, professional manner. These positions check-in guests, sell museum memberships, and respond to guest concerns, questions, or comments. Visitor Experience Navigators help to maintain a safe and clean environment for guests, maintaining cleaning protocols including cleaning restrooms throughout the day, emptying trash, sanitizing, reorganizing, and cleaning exhibits throughout the day, and mopping floors. These positions may also lead dance parties, story times, and parades. These are part time positions and shifts are as follows: 9am – 1pm, 1pm – 5:30pm, or 9am – 5:30pm. The museum is open seven days per week. Visitor Experience Navigators are needed at our Chesterfield location at 6629 Lake Harbour Drive and at our Short Pump location inside Short Pump Towne Center. Education, Other Oct 15, 2019
Family Education Manager The Children’s Museum is searching for a Family Education Manager to design and deliver quality and engaging educational programs to support the healthy growth of children and families. This manager engages with the Mission, Grants, and Education Teams and plays an active role in the community, building relationships with other community and early learning organizations to support the Museum’s mission of serving children and families. This is a full time position with benefits that reports to the Director of Education. This position is based out of the downtown location. Responsibilities: The Family Education Manager leads the development of curriculum in support of strategies for engaging families and caregivers in learning through play and plans and implements family programming and initiatives. This position is responsible for welcoming, encouraging, educating, and engaging with families of all types both in the museum and the community. This individual serves as a role model for caregivers and children on effective adult/child interaction on the museum floor and through various programming and serves as a resource for caregivers, especially supporting parenting topics. The Family Education Manager also is responsible for managing multiple grants simultaneously, including data and reporting, goals, and progress. Education Oct 7, 2019