The Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH) seeks an organized, team-oriented, and enthusiastic Curator of Education. This is a full-time position with state benefits and an annual salary range of $34,761.60 - $52,653.60. The person will collaboratively plan and implement programming for audiences ranging from early childhood to K-12 to college. Programs include school tours, distance learning, summer library outreach, K-12 teacher institutes, and a children's interactive gallery. The position will report to the Education Coordinator.
Description of Duties:
This position will require occasional weekend and after-hours work and some travel, mostly in-state.
Classification: 30451 Curator (Education/Interpretation Option - 358)
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
About the Agency:
The ADAH was founded in 1901 and serves as the state archives and state history museum. It is located within the Capitol complex in downtown Montgomery. To learn more about the agency, visit http://www.encyclopediaofalabama.org/article/h-2014.
In June 2020, the agency issued a Statement of Recommitment to inclusive history: https://archives.alabama.gov/docs/ADAH_Statement_Recommitment_200623.pdf
This is a State of Alabama Merit System position. Candidates lacking education or experience to qualify for the merit system position may alternatively qualify for a Professional Trainee appointment in a merit position.
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