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#1415-220 MANAGER, EXHIBIT MAINTENANCE

The Exhibit Maintenance Manager manages a full-time staff of four and is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all exhibit environments and components in the Science Museum of Minnesota's public spaces.

Responsibilities: This position is responsible for management of the Exhibit Maintenance Department budget, scheduling and supervising full-time and occasional staff, and coordinating exhibit maintenance activities with the work of a busy exhibit production operation. This position will also direct and coordinate the exhibit maintenance technicians and, when appropriate, other staff in the preventive maintenance, repair, and refurbishment of all exhibits and exhibit components.

Requirements: Minimum two years of exhibit production and / or maintenance experience required. Some weekend work required. Education, High School Diploma required, some college experience preferred.

Pay Rate: Depending on Experience
Application Deadline: December 17, 2014

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#1415-1037 PROGRAM DEVELOPER LEVEL I

The purpose of this position is to provide program and project leadership. Represent needs of specific audience(s) to inform program and project goals. Manage cost center budgets. Direct efforts of programs and projects in collaboration with other Lifelong Learning departments, Science Learning Division groups, the museum, and external partners. Develop annual work plans to meet long range and strategic program/project goals. Lead learning experience development teams to create the next generation learning experiences for Lifelong Learning and Science Museum audiences.

Responsibilities: Program Developer - Youth and Family Programs: Provide leadership for Summer Camp and Release Day educational offerings with a focus on overall learning experience, class design, and budget management. Represent the needs of a varied audience to inform curriculum goals while creating programs that align with the Science Museum of Minnesota's strategic plan. Foster collaboration by working closely with multiple internal departments and external clients. Facilitate experience development to support the growth of young learners.

Requirements: Knowledge of principles and methods for teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, as well as, curriculum and training design; Knowledge of human behavior and performance; K-12 STEM; Ability to conduct large scale short, mid and long-range operational planning and budgeting; translate the strategic goals to departmental goals and metrics; research and gather data/information for others to use in budget development; collaborate, cooperate, and interpret and communicate information; communicate information in a presentation/public setting ; ability to compose, write and edit documents; Office Suite; Education: Bachelor's degree in Education, Non-Profit Management, or related field; Years of Experience: 3+ years managing education programs/projects for Youth and Family audiences.

Pay Rate: Depending on Experience
Application Deadline: December 17, 2014

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#1415-288 PAYROLL & ADMINISTRATOR - HUMAN RESOURCES (Full-time/Exempt) EEO 2B

The primary function of the Payroll & HRIS Administrator is to represent the human resources department in all payroll related situations and serve as an HRIS software power user. The position ensures consistent application of policies and guidelines as it relates to payroll and the database, researches and implements new workflows and functionality. The position also conducts audits and testing of new functionality and database upgrades, designs and pulls lists and reports from the database and other reporting tools and participates in new projects and programs, resulting in the best possible customer service for employees and managers in line with the museum's mission while maximizing use of technology in meeting department goals.

The ideal candidate will... have experience in processing payroll and utilizing complex HRIS databases to identify complex problems and review related information to payroll, compensation and workforce planning. Proven knowledge of payroll and human resources principles and advanced experience in MS Office applications such as Excel and Word will be very beneficial to successfully perform the job functions.

Requirements include an Associate's degree or higher in accounting, finance, human resources or related field, or equivalent experience. Minimum of three (3) years of payroll processing for 500+ employees required. ADP (HRB, PayX, eTime) database experience preferred.

Pay Rate: Depending on Qualifications.
Application Deadline: December 18, 2014

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