Curator of Learning & Community Engagement
The Reach Gallery Museum is a not-for-profit organization with a mandate to be the centre of cultural and creative innovation in the Fraser Valley. The Reach is a hive of education and public programming activity presenting hundreds of events and activities each year for audiences of all ages. Reporting to the Executive Director, The Curator of Learning & Community Engagement plays a lead role in shaping all public and educational programs at The Reach and works closely with the curatorial team to align all programmatic activity with the organization’s strategic direction.
The Curator of Learning & Community Engagement is responsible for devising and managing a visitor-centered suite of public and educational programs to inspire and challenge audiences. The position builds meaningful relationships with diverse communities across the region, and considers how audiences will be best served, challenged, and represented by the public and educational programs offered at The Reach. The Curator of Learning & Community Engagement provides leadership through the development, delivery, and evaluation of programs, and is responsible for recruiting and scheduling program instructors and volunteers as required, as well as providing supervision and oversight for professional training initiatives (e.g. student and volunteer opportunities, internships).
This is a full-time position (35 hours per week). Core work hours are between 10 am- 4 pm Monday to Friday with flexibility to work outside these hours as needed to achieve organizational goals.
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Please submit cover letter and résumé electronically by 5pm on Monday June 17, 2019, to:
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