The Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park (AMM) is seeking a full-time Community Program Manager to oversee and manage several of the Museums community-based programs. The AMM educates youth and adults about maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through engaging programs, exhibits, and community events. The Education Center is recognized for its outstanding education programs; educating more than 10,000 participants annually on the history, ecology and cultural traditions of the Chesapeake Bay.

The primary responsibility is overseeing and managing the Museums camp, afterschool, scout and family programs. Other responsibilities include working as part of a team to execute and teach the Museums other educational programs including school field trips and core programs. This is a full-time permanent position, reporting directly to the Education Director, with a salary range between $35,000- 40,000 commensurate with experience. Benefits options available.


  • Develop, manage, schedule, and evaluate camp, scout, afterschool, and family programs
  • Facilitate and deliver educational programs at both museum campuses and in-school classrooms
  • Assist in the development and implementation of school programs
  • Manage program pricing, invoicing, and financial transactions; assist with budget development
  • Research and design instructional materials, lesson content, visuals, demonstrations, hands-on games, art projects, etc.
  • Foster and maintain positive relationships with camp and community program families and community partners
  • Ensure summer camp meets all COMAR regulations and obtain annual summer camp license from DHMH
  • Assist the Development Director with marketing ventures to promote camp and community programming
  • Assist the Education Director with grant management/writing and pursue additional grants
  • Assist with management of lesson materials and animal/aquarium care
  • Ensure that Education Center programs are safe, experiential, and of the highest quality
  • Recruit, hire, train, manage and schedule seasonal staff including teachers and college interns

Skills and Qualifications:

  • A bachelor’s degree in environmental science, biology, ecology or education
  • At least three years of teaching experience; experience in outdoor or informal education preferred
  • Excellent verbal communication skills, high energy, and enthusiasm
  • Flexibility and the ability to problem solve
  • Maintain the high standards and quality of the Education Center programs
  • Willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Ability to lift at least 25 pounds
  • Must pass a background check
  • Ability to become certified in CPR, First Aid, Kayak Instruction and Water safety rescue

Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Sarah Krizek, Education Director


Deadline: March 29, 2019


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