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Museum Teachers provide a positive learning experience for school groups by delivering high-quality education programs at our museums and historic sites. Museum Teachers are responsible for learning and presenting program information in a way that makes it easy for students to understand and enjoy their visit and are responsible for facilitating hands-on learning activities to ensure that programs match curriculum expectations. Museum Teachers assist with the mission of HBMS in bringing history to life by educating the public about Bethlehem’s rich heritage.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Preferred candidates will have a minimum of one year of experience teaching K8 students.
Work Environment and Physical Demands
Duties of this position are performed at various HBMS historical sites. The position frequently requires standing, sitting, bending, walking and climbing stairs. Tours and programs require being outside (programs are held rain or shine).
Museum Teachers are required to wear a program-specific costume unless otherwise noted.
Job offers are contingent upon a clearance of a criminal record background check and a child abuse background check.
Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites interprets three centuries of the history and culture of Bethlehem, PA from its founding as a Moravian community in 1741 to the 21st century. By vividly telling the stories of Bethlehem’s people through well-maintained buildings and sites, rare collections that are available through exhibits and research, and electrifying educational programs, we show the zeal and commitment of Bethlehem’s community in forging our American nation.
Please submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: This is a part time position.
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