Job Listing: Museum Education Coordinator

Job Postings,

Capital Jewish Museum -Washington, D.C.

Closes - Open until filled

Position Title –Museum Education Coordinator

Salary - $45,000 - $50,000

Job Type - Full-Time

Apply: Interested applicants are asked to please forward a resume and cover letter in a single PDF to In subject line, please write Education Coordinator and your name.

The Lillian and Albert Small Capital Jewish Museum is seeking an Education Assistant/Coordinator to join our team at
this pivotal moment. Help us open the newest cultural institution in DC. This new full-time position will be an integral
part of our Education Team and the execution of our educational and programmatic goals and initiatives. This role will
be responsible for coordinating volunteers, group tours (school tours, adult tours, and walking tours), and assisting with
all phases of our public programs for all audiences.
About the Capital Jewish Museum

The Capital Jewish Museum is a new Jewish history and culture museum under construction located at 3rd and F St.
NW, Washington, DC, just a block from the National Building Museum, and short walk from Union Station. The
Museum will open our doors to the public in late spring 2023. The mission of the Capital Jewish Museum is to
inspire audiences to Connect, Reflect, and Act — connect across families and communities, reflect on the
relevance of history to today, and act on behalf of their communities and values.

Duties and Responsibilities

Schedule volunteers, track hours, and create reports
• Coordinate volunteer special events, workshops, and track benefits
• Develop, build, and maintain meaningful relationships with volunteers and work on recognition
• Schedule and staff group tours (including adult tours, school groups, and walking tours)
• Staff and help develop materials and activities for the Community Action Lab in conjunction with the Education
   Manager(s) and Curatorial team
• Liaise with teachers and educators to prepare school groups for Museum visits—connecting to curriculum and
   matching with correct volunteer/educator, and coordinating all logistics
• Assist with program development and implementation across audiences
• Coordinate logistics for public programs (may include booking speakers, processing invoices, stocking program


• Experience in informal education settings; Jewish experiential education is a plus
• Passion for mission of the Museum
• Facilitation experience with a knowledge of diversity and inclusion best practices
• Ability to develop and implement education programs for a variety of audiences
• Demonstrated flexibility and creative problem solving - things may not always go according to plan, but you
   understand that ambiguity is part of developing great new opportunities, and you learn from past experience.
• Familiarity with and passion for working with adults, teens, children, and intergenerational audiences
• Strong communication skills – written and oral
• Some night and weekend work required

Related Skills
Strong organizational and interpersonal skills; goal oriented, strong problem-solving abilities, ability to work as part of a
team and independently; attention to detail; support colleagues across departments

Salary and Benefits
The salary range for this position is $45,000 - $50,000 commensurate with experience. The Capital Jewish Museum
offers a generous vacation schedule, and benefits package that includes health insurance (employer pays 75% of
employee), Metro Stipend, Life Insurance, and a 403b with 3% employer match after a vestment period.

To Apply
Interested applicants are asked to please forward a resume and cover letter in a single PDF to In subject line, please write Education Coordinator and your name.
Offer of employment contingent upon a pre-employment background check and proof of vaccination against COVID-19.

We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.
We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. CJM encourages applications from all qualified individuals
without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin,
marital status, disability, and veteran status.