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Posted: 02/22/2013

Seminole Tribe of Florida
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Musuem

Visit us www.ahtahthiki.com or www.semtribe.com

Museum Educator
Professional Opportunity
Clewiston, FL

The incumbent in this position is responsible for the creation, organization, implementation and evaluation of educational programs offered by the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum to the general public, students, Tribal Members and community audiences.  The individual collaborates with Programs staff to provide Oral History and Educational activities and/or special events as well as the Traditional Arts and Community Outreach programs.  Coordinates daily visits and all group and/or school tours to the museum.  The minimum requirements are, Batchelor's degree in history, anthropology, education or related field required.  Minimum three(3) years of experience as a tour guide leading a project team and laying out project timielines or working in a museum ssetting is required.  Working knowledge of Seminole Culture and History is preferred.  Demonstrate excellent orgainzational and interpersonal skills.  Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communicaiton skills. Demonstrate  proficiency utilizing Microsoft Software packages.  Ability to work a flexible schedule including evening, weekends and holidays.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Visit http://www.semtribe.com/Employment/TribalHeadquarters for application send completed form to joshualohn@semtribe.com
Phone: 954-966-6300 x 11138
6300 Stirling Rd
Hollywood, FL 33024

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