The American Folk Art Museum is seeking an innovative professional whose passion it is to build relationships with communities, develop responsive programming, brings experience in managing collaborations in a multicultural setting and has established relationships or knowledge of Tri-State area community and arts-based organizations that serve diverse audiences.
The Community Engagement Educator (CEE) is tasked with managing and growing existing partner-based initiatives, mapping and identifying geographic areas of focus and potential community partnerships, supporting and leveraging the Museum’s community focused partnerships and collaborations across other departments, and works closely with Learning and Engagement and Curatorial teams to align and mobilize the critical stakeholder relationships that support the mutually beneficial needs, goal and priorities of both the community partners and the Museum.
This position has great flexibility. The role is partially remote, but the ideal candidate must be based in the NYC metro area. Relationship building and face to face interactions are central to this role. This role is new for AFAM so we will work with the ideal candidate to determine the weekly hours commitment; with flexibility ranging from part time to full time.
Salary: $50,000 + benefits which include health, dental and vision.
The American Folk Art Museum is committed to attracting and retaining diverse staff, while working to build and sustain an equitable and inclusive work environment where cultural diversity is celebrated and valued.
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