Job: The Pacific Asia Museum, at the University of Southern California is currently seeking a PART TIME Coordinator of School Tours

The Pacific Asia Museum, at the University of Southern California,is currently seeking a PART TIME Coordinator, School Tours to join itsteam.

For more information and/or to apply, please click on the linkbelow:

Coordinator, School Tours -PART-TIME - Position Link

Note: Interested candidates must apply to theattached link. Inquiries to this email box will not be answered.

USC Pacific Asia Museum - Youth and Family Programs

Pasadena, California

PleaseNote: This position is a part-time role with a weekly commitment of Wednesdaythru Friday (7.5 hrs/day), 25 hours a week maximum


The School Programs Coordinator will help manage themuseum’s School Tour Program as well as assist with other k-12 initiatives andevents. Reporting to the Museum Director and the Youth and Family ProgramsSpecialist, they will be responsible for securing and scheduling schools fortours, scheduling transportation as part of the Free Bus Scholarship program,and maintaining program supplies, among other related tasks. This position willalso assist in other K-12 programs, such as Educator Night and the MyMasterpieces partnership.

Job Accountabilities:

· Schedule school and special request tours

· Maintain and update tour applications

· Secure bus transportation for select schools

· Work with PUSD coordinators to schedule schoolsfor My Masterpieces program

· Communicate with teachers

· Maintain all calendars with tour information

· Schedule teaching artists for tour workshops

· Communicate with docents regarding tourscheduling and cancellation

· Process vendor invoices

· Order and maintain program supplies

· Outreach to schools for Free Second Sunday busprogram

· In person visits with school principals andadministrators to promote School Tours Program

· If initiated, assist with School OutreachProgram: scheduling, attending development meetings, communicating withteachers and school administration, assisting teaching artist in classes,maintaining supplies

· Assist with assembling materials for programs,such as Educator Night

· Assist at events as needed

Minimum Qualifications


· Bachelor's degree

· Combined experience/education as substitute forminimum education


· 1 year

· Combined education/experience as substitute forminimum experience

Minimum Field of Expertise:

· Administrative support services

Preferred Qualifications


· Bachelor’s degree in education, art history,museum studies, fine arts or a related field..


· Minimum of 1 year experience in museum/ artseducation or non-profit coordination

· Excellent, proven communication skills alongwith strong writing, verbal, and public speaking skills needed for interactingwith educators, museum staff, and other constituents

· Ability to work productively with diverseconstituencies, including schools, community agencies, and the public

· Proven skill at assisting large and small-scaleevents and projects

· Aptitude for detail and ability to work bothindependently as well as in a team setting
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office.