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#1415-1034 MANAGER OF LEARNING & INSTRUCTION. Full-time/ Exempt.

This job is unique because it works with a talented team of educators and youth to promote science, technology, engineering, and math learning. This position provides pedagogical leadership and promotes a positive team culture while supervising part-time instructors, occasional instructors, and program/youth staff engaged in the delivery of learning experiences to the Science Museum of Minnesota's audiences. The Manager works collaboratively and efficiently within Lifelong Learning, and across the museum, to schedule and facilitate the delivery of programs to museum and statewide audiences. Works closely with the Director of Instruction to develop and implement strategic and annual plans for the department and Lifelong Learning group.

Share your talents by designing, implementing and managing scheduling, curriculum documentation, policies, and infrastructure to assure the success of program delivery and learning experience development. The Manager for the Department of Learning and Instruction supervises, coaches, and develops youth and adult team members to result in the optimum motivation, recognition, and retention of high performing educators and youth. The Manager collaborates on and implements pedagogy-related best practices in informal and formal science education instruction throughout Lifelong Learning and across the institution. Through close work with the Director, the Manager, collaborates with internal and external partners to develop and implement a strategic vision to further our lifelong learning work.

The ideal candidate will bring a passion for learning, encouraging behaviors that promote others to learn, and a positive demeanor to grow our team of educators and youth. Using highly developed organizational skills and an aptitude for the use of technology; the position masters the process for scheduling our Instructors and Program/Youth Staff. Requirements include but are not limited to having a strong knowledge of informal science learning environments, as well as, K-12 STEM Education; a Masters of Arts in Science Education, Education, or other related fields is preferred; 3 years of experience supervising educators and/or youth is desired. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a propensity for creativity and curiosity, enthusiasm and passion, integrity and a strong professional work ethic.

Pay Rate: Depends on Experience.
Application Deadline: September 29, 2014.

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#1415-1151 TALENT RESOURCES GENERALIST II. Full-time/ Exempt. EEO 2A.

This job is cool because it is responsible for securing and retaining the best and brightest human capital in the Twin Cities market in an effort to carry out the mission of the Science Museum of Minnesota!

Share your talents by partnering with internal and external constituents to build and sustain collaborative relationships which support the museums strategic approach to human capital management and administration; manage the entire life cycle of our richest asset, our people; and create an environment that promotes the Science Museum of Minnesota as an employer of choice.

The ideal candidate will identify complex problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions based on logic, sound reasoning, and risk mitigation; demonstrate behaviors that align with the museum's values which enhances the department's delivery of customer service; effectively works with a team, shares ideas, and can balance big picture and details. Requirements include but not limited to a Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, or related field plus a minimum of 5 years of experience in HR generalist role.

Pay Rate: Depends on Experience.
Application Deadline: September 24, 2014.

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#1415-1156 SPECIALIST, SLD OPERATIONS. Full-time/ Exempt.

This job is cool because it leads the logistics necessary to complete the business needs of projects and programs in the Science Learning Division, giving special focus to Traveling Exhibits and support to the Senior Vice President of the Division.

Share your talents by initiating and following through on established operating procedures for these business needs, and also complete back-end supportive processes as well as track tasks and projects day-to-day, month-to-month, and year-to-year using highly developed organization and time management skills. The Operations Specialist is the central point-of-contact for the Science Learning Division and creates connections and relationships that reflect positively on Science Learning programs; focusing on communicating with internal staff and external clients, maintaining knowledge of current programs, projects and exhibitions, and share other support responsibilities with the rest of the Operations Group.

The ideal candidate will perform contract administration and finance functions including purchase orders, invoicing and budget support, and is the primary liaison between the division and Human Resources. Using highly developed organization skills, the position masters the database, finance and HR systems that serve the Science Learning Division and maximizes the efficiency and effectiveness of division's business practices. Requirements include but not limited to an Associate degree with a minimum of 3 years of work related skills, knowledge, and experience with a minimum of 1 year supporting senior or high ranking leadership.

Pay Rate: Depends on Experience.
Application Deadline: September 24, 2014.

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