Employment

 

Program Coordinator

We are currently seeking an individual to fulfill the role of Program Coordinator. This individual will be responsible for overseeing the logistics of SEEC’s public programs including, weekend workshops, birthday parties, and professional development while also supporting the full-time school by booking visits and maintaining our lending library. The position is housed in SEEC’s Office of Engagement (OE) and reports to the Director of the Office of Engagement.

The position will include on-site management of weekend programs, ensuring they are properly prepared and running smoothly. Occasionally, the Coordinator will teach classes and thus, should have experience working with young children. The Coordinator will provide SEEC’s community with outstanding customer service through strong communication and knowledge of SEEC’s e-ticketing system. They will work with OE team members to plan and advertise programs on our website, e-calendars, and other online outlets. They will also be responsible for overseeing communication with staff at the Natural History and American History Museums regarding SEEC’s programs and troubleshooting any logistical issues that may occur. The Program Coordinator will work with other OE team members to nurture relationships amongst the weekend faculty and to support their professional growth.

The incumbent will also support SEEC’s professional development efforts by managing educator events on our ticketing system and completing administrative tasks related to program implementation. Finally, they will also work our full-time faculty to assist in scheduling special visits for classes and assisting the OE team with the upkeep of our lending book and object libraries.

A successful candidate will be detailed-oriented, a creative problem-solver, flexible, and enjoy interacting with people.

Full Description and Application Info

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Lead Twos Educator

Come and be a part of an exciting and growing demonstration lab school! The Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (SEEC) is a unique museum-based early childhood program located on the Smithsonian Mall in Washington, DC. We are seeking enthusiastic, experienced candidates for a full-time Lead Teacher position working with older two & three year olds. At least a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or a related field, as well as classroom teaching experience with twos, is required for this position. SEEC offers a highly professional staff and a supportive work environment, and is accredited by NAEYC. SEEC is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $37,000.00 to $41,500.00 /year

Submit cover letter and resume to: PassemanteM@si.edu.