Manager of Public Programs, Stop the Hate
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage seeks a Manager of Public Programs, Stop the Hate, with two primary responsibilities: lead and expand the Maltz Museum’s flagship program, Stop the Hate; and, design, develop, and manage public programs that increase audience engagement and deepen connection to the Maltz Museum’s mission. Educated and knowledgeable about Jewish history, heritage, and values, the Manager of Public Programs, Stop the Hate, is also a fierce defender and believer in diversity and inclusion.
Experience in developing relationships, designing programs, and working in education is necessary to succeed in this role. The Manager of Public Programs, Stop the Hate, cultivates relationships and manages collaborations to promote and expand programs and share resources. Participating with partner organizations, this role may serve on advisory committees and task forces to ensure Maltz Museum’s position as a cultural resource and community leader among heritage and history institutions across Northeast Ohio. This role is responsible for leveraging strong partnerships to expand and deepen audience engagement.
Tracking and analyzing audience attendance and program success metrics, the Manager of Public Programs, Stop the Hate, is always looking for ways to improve community offerings. Working in close collaboration with the Manager of Education and Outreach, and across departments, the Manager of Public Programs, Stop the Hate, is able to work independently and as part of a team, ensuring public programs are aligned with department and institution goals, working on a continuum to bring students and schools into the Museum for group tours.
This role must be available to work when programs occur, which may be during the evening and on Sundays. Please note that although open the Maltz Museum does not typically hold public programs on Friday evenings or Saturday daytime.
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