Employment

Current open positions

President & CEO
Exploration Place seeks a creative and visionary leader who demonstrates a passion for education and life-long learning. The ideal candidate is a proven leader with multiple aptitudes who understands the impact of interactive, informal learning environments, which may include children’s museums and science centers. S/he has extensive experience and success leading high-performing teams that deliver financially sustainable results.

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Science Educator - Technology (Full-time)
We are looking for a dynamic informal science educator to conduct educational programs and science interpretation with people of all ages through museum-based and outreach programs. This educator will perform many duties such as developing and presenting programs for a variety of audience sizes, delivering hands-on activities, facilitating inquiry-based learning, and serving as a program and education resource for visitors and staff. A technology background in coding, robotics, 3D design and printing, and career-based technologies or similar is strongly encouraged. This position will include some nights, weekends, and holidays. A valid driver's license and a good driving record are required. Demonstrated experience teaching science to groups of children in a dynamic, fun, engaging, high paced environment is highly preferred. Bachelor's degree in education, technology, or science is required; advanced degree preferred. Fluency in Spanish is a plus.

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Educator (Part-time)
We are looking for a dynamic informal science educator to conduct educational programs and science interpretation as it relates to the Exploration Place experience and informal learning. This enthusiastic educator will work with all ages through camps, evening and weekend outreach programs, and other programs as assigned. He or she will perform many duties such as presenting programs for a variety of audience sizes, delivering hands-on activities, facilitating inquiry-based learning, and serving as a program and education resource for visitors and staff. A valid driver's license and a good driving record are required. Demonstrated experience teaching science to groups of children in a dynamic, fun, engaging, high paced environment is desired. Bachelor's degree in education or science is preferred. Fluency in Spanish is a plus

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or complete an application at the front desk. EOE

Visitor Services Associate (Part-time)
Responsibilities include: greeting visitors, selling tickets, food and store products, conducting tours, helping with before and aftercare for camp participants, balancing cash drawers, answering phone calls, etc. Hours will vary. Evening and weekend hours are required. Visitor Services Associates must be enthusiastic, friendly and comfortable interacting with the public. Fluency in Spanish a plus.
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or complete an application at the front desk. EOE