Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM) seeks a visionary leader committed to creating extraordinary formative cultural experiences for children and families. Grounded in visual art, performance, world cultures, and nature, the Museum’s programs and exhibits expose children to a world of cultural learning, and build foundations for lifelong cultural engagement.
Reporting to the CEO and participating as a member of the executive team, the Vice President of Programs and Education is responsible for creating and implementing annual and long-range plans for BCM.
The VP shapes vision and strategy for exhibitions, education and outreach, public programs, and collections to create high-quality, innovative, and joyful experiential early childhood programs. The VP directs the Education, Exhibits and Collections departments. Education includes strategic and curricular vision for public, school and after-school programs, with a focus on arts, culture and life science. The Collections department curates and cares for roughly 28,000 objects, as well as a collection of roughly 100 live animals and plants. Leveraging the Museum’s collection, the Exhibits department curates, creates and maintains permanent and temporary exhibits. The VP for Programs & Education
For a full list of responsibilities and qualifications, refer to the attached file.