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City of Roswell

Museum Education Lead/Program Supervisor I

The City of Roswell seeks a qualified lead museum educator to supervise and engage a team of part-time staff and volunteers towards a dynamic education program for a series of historic house museums. This position is responsible for the development and execution of diverse educational programs for a variety of audiences, interpretational assessment and structure, volunteer engagement and training, and support for special events.

Daily public operations of the Historic Assets currently consists of Barrington Hall (ca. 1842), Bulloch Hall (ca. 1839), and Smith Plantation (ca. 1845). The Historic Assets Division of the Roswell Recreation, Parks, Historic & Cultural Affairs Department is in an exciting position for growth as future plans include development of Mimosa Hall and Gardens (ca. 1847) as well as other historic landmarks within the City of Roswell for an inclusive approach to community preservation, interpretation, and engagement. The City’s Historic Assets are a regional tourism attraction; open six days a week.

This position will need to be flexible with work arrangements and mobile between multiple sites as needed. Work schedule will be primarily Monday–Friday; however, a regular Tuesday–Saturday rotation with other full-time staff is required. The work schedule may also be adjusted as needed for events, programs, or future scheduling needs. This position will collaborate with two full-time Coordinators to ensure hospitable customer service and meaningful experiences for all sites.

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