Careers

Employment at MoSH

The Museum of Science & History (MoSH) offers a variety of employment opportunities at multiple properties including the Museum, Lichterman Nature Center, Mallory-Neely House and Magevney House.

Community Engagement Manager of Academic Programs

The Community Engagement Manager of Academic Programs creates and leads student/youth programming, including on-site and outreach programs. The Manager also assesses program impact and reach and reports results to Director. Additional responsibilities include providing supervision and training for contract workers, part-time staff and volunteers. The Manager collaborates cross-departmentally writing content for web or print publishing, and providing content for grant proposals/reporting, etc.

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Guest Services Retail Supervisor

Guest Services Retail Supervisor supervises staff to prepare the work schedules and execute sales. Recruits, assigns duties, evaluates, and disciplines full and part-time assigned employees. Establishes sales goals for personnel.

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Community Engagement Coordinator – Adult and Family Programs 

The Community Engagement Coordinator – Adult and Family Engagement supervises, trains, schedules, assigns tasks and supervises instructor staff.  The Coordinator is primarily responsible for delivering Community Engagement programs to families and adult audiences, in-house and off-site or virtually, at all MoSH locations.  The Coordinator will develop, implement, monitor and evaluate interpretive themes and educational content of Community Engagement programs which may include:  gallery programming for visiting public of all ages, adult lecture series, community partner events, active retiree and citizen science.

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Community Engagement Coordinator – Camp and Scouts 

The Community Engagement Coordinator – Summer Camp and Scouts supervises, trains, schedules, assigns tasks and supervises instructor staff. The Coordinator is primarily responsible for delivering Community Engagement programs to camp and scout audiences, in-house and off-site or virtually, at all MoSH locations. The Coordinator develops interpretive themes and educational content; writes lesson plans and/or scripts; and implements, monitors and evaluates the delivery of camp and scout programs. The Coordinator also promotes programs to external audiences, evaluates the success of the program and keeps abreast of all relevant education current trends and issues.

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Temporary Full-Time Special Events Coordinator

Works under the direction of the Special Events Manager of MoSH to coordinate special events such as donor and member events, facility rentals, and volunteer functions.

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Part Time Special Events Coordinator

Works under the direction of the Special Events Manager of MoSH to coordinate special events such as donor and member events, facility rentals, and volunteer functions.

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Trail Resurfacing Specialist 

This position is part time, approximately 20 to 28 hours per week, and pays $12.00 per hour.  Hours are scheduled in advance, and may include weekend work.

Duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Resurfacing one and a half miles (7920 feet) of walking trails with crushed limestone under the direction of the LNC Manager. Target completion of this work 4/23/21.
  • Performing and logging equipment and vehicle inspections
  • Maintaining grounds maintenance supply inventories
  • Supervise volunteer groups
  • Supervise inmate work line (special training provided)

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