Purpose: To assist the Youth and Family Programs Coordinator in the preparation, administration and facilitation of outreach programs. May require some classroom teaching.
Length: Approximately 12 weeks (exact dates to be determined)
Terms: Fall (September-November), Spring (February-April), and Summer (May-July)
Education: Advanced undergraduate (junior/senior), graduate student, or recent graduate
Area of Study: Art, Art History, or Education
Hours: Flexible for 10-20 hours per week, M-F from 9am-5pm
- Assist with the preparation of materials for outreach programs
- Organize supplies for outreach school programs, including ordering supplies
- Make phone calls and inquiries related to outreach and school programs
- Assist with the facilitation of art activities and other programs in the community
- Update files, create Excel documents, and enter data to maintain accurate records for participation statistics and contact information
- Assist in creating outreach lesson plans and videos related to the Museum’s collection
- Public speaking
- Frame and install / de-install community student exhibition
Special Skills and Requirements:
- Strong communication skills
- Highly organized with the ability to handle multiple tasks at once
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Must be able to lift 25lbs
- Valid driver’s license and transportation to offsite events
Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of the Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) to provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants for employment with the BMA and to BMA staff without regard to sex, race, color, religious belief, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotions, termination, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Commitment to Diversity
The Birmingham Museum of Art is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination. The BMA is a diverse community in terms of race and ethnicity, culture, religion, personal values and traditions. BMA values this diversity recognizing that our differences contribute to our strength as an agency serving a diverse population. It is to this end that the BMA is committed to non-discrimination and advocates for an environment of tolerance with regard to cultural and personal differences. It is our belief that every employee has the right to be treated with dignity, respect, and self-worth and that it is in our best interest as an agency serving the public good to act in a manner free of bias, exclusion, and discrimination whether on the basis of faith, race, gender, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, political affiliation, or any other personal differences.