Opportunities at the Museum of Health Care:
Education & Communications Coordinator
POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 1
POSITION TYPE: Permanent, Full-Time
SALARY: Competitive & commensurate with experience.
START DATE: Exact start date to be determined, expected for mid-January 2019.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Friday, December 28, 2018 at 5:00pm
The Museum of Health Care at Kingston is currently seeking an Education & Communications Coordinator. This position, in consultation with the Museum Manager & Program Director, has the overall responsibility of maintaining and advancing the educational programming as well as the communications efforts of the Museum.
• Educational program design, development, delivery and evaluation, including (but not limited to) school programs, guided tours, online programs and seniors outreach activities;
• Mobilizing the Museum’s social media (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube) strategies and online (website, blog) presence;
• Management of the Museum’s volunteer docent program and part-time student employees;
• Designing and executing Museum communication materials (e.g. newsletters, annual reports, member email communications, program posters, promotional videos).
• Development and implementation of advancement strategies and campaigns to increase awareness of, and attract funds for the Museum.
Competitive & commensurate with experience.
The successful candidate will possess:
• A degree and/or diploma in a field that is applicable to the mandate of the Museum
• Education and communications experience, preferably in a cultural heritage sector;
• Knowledge of Canadian history;
• Experience in program development and delivery (all age groups);
• A demonstrated ability to work effectively with teams and committees.
Additionally, bilingual ability in written and spoken French will be considered ‘an asset’.
Please submit via email a cover letter, resume, and three references with contact information (.PDF or Word .DOC format only) by 5:00 pm on December 28, 2018 to:
Museum of Health Care at Kingston
Kevin Moorhouse, Museum Manager & Program Director
Alternative Practicum: Teacher candidates can gain museum education experience. Learn more here.
Museum Studies Internships and Field Placements: Applications are welcome throughout the year. Learn more here.
Volunteering: We are seeking volunteers for a variety of roles. Learn more about volunteering here.
Work Study Program: We recruit students each fall through Queen's University's Work Study Program. Learn more about the program here.