Job Listing: Education Coordinator
TUDOR PLACE HISTORIC HOUSE & GARDEN - WASHINGTON, DC
Open until filled
Tudor Place Historic House and Garden, a 5.5-acre historic estate located in the Georgetown neighborhood of
Washington, DC, is seeking an Education Coordinator. This position is responsible for coordinating programs
for schools, scouts, adults and families—individuals who enjoy working directly with diverse audiences will
thrive. The Education Coordinator is an essential part of the Tudor Place team and works closely with all staff.
Tuesday through Saturday (35 hours weekly); some Sundays and evenings required.
School & Teacher Programs:
Manage all aspects of school programming including scheduling, staffing, set-up, teaching, break-down and post programming evaluations
Maintain relationships with schools, program collaborators, and other community stakeholders
Schedule buses and maintain accurate records for grant funded Title 1 busing program
Schedule Museum Teachers, staff and interns to ensure program coverage for all school groups.
Recruit and train Museum Teachers
Manage interns and fellows with the assistance of Director of Education & Visitor Services
Assist Director of Education & Visitor Services with teacher professional development programs
Public & Scout Programs:
Manage all aspects of Scout programs
Work with Director of Education & Visitor Services to coordinate, facilitate and evaluate public programs
Schedule and manage Museum Teachers to ensure program coverage
Lead tours of historic house and garden as needed
Operate Visitor Center as required.
Maintain inventories of supplies
Work with the Communications Coordinator on promotion of programs
Attend training sessions and ongoing program meetings as scheduled
Monitor and keep records on program expenses
Prepare reports and analysis as required
Some travel within DC Metro area may be required
EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree (advanced degree a plus) in American history, art history, museum studies, museum
education, education, or American studies
Experience creating educational programming for youth and adult audiences in a museum, historic
house or theater setting
Knowledge of learning styles, museum education theory and practice, and the ability to apply them
creatively to programming and interpretation.
Excellent interpersonal and written/oral communication skills
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Flexibility, enthusiasm, and an attitude of respect for working with diverse staff and visitors
Ability to work independently, as well as within a team
Knowledge of early American history, architecture, decorative arts a plus. Horticulture?
Knowledge of Blackbaud software, specifically Altru a plus
Ability to work in a wide range of environmental conditions and temperatures indoor and outdoor
Strength, dexterity, and mobility to perform all duties, including lifting objects, stooping, bending,
climbing stairs and working in tiring and uncomfortable positions
Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Salary range is $30,000 - $34,000.
Tudor Place prides itself in offering excellent benefits to eligible employees, including paid leave, paid
holidays, life insurance, medical benefits, free on-site parking, and a staff Museum Shop discount.
Please email Helen Hubbard-Davis, Director of Finance & Administration, at firstname.lastname@example.org with
resume and cover letter. Please include “EDUCATION COORDINATOR” in the subject line. No phone calls