Employment & Volunteering

The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides mission-based employment opportunities.


Current positions available:

Early Childhood Educator

The Museum is seeking Early Childhood Educators (part-time or full-time positions available) who will be responsible for the development, management and delivery of educational programs that promote the value of early learning and school readiness, and support the outreach mission of the Museum.

This position requires a degree in early childhood education and three or more years of related work experience. Applicants must have experience working with diverse populations, and developing/delivering educational programs that reflect state/national standards for early learning. Position requires outstanding written/verbal communication skills, familiarity with data collection and research, demonstrated ability to multi-task, prioritize, and meet deadlines; applicants must be comfortable working in an informal education environment. Some evenings and weekends required. Bilingual skills a plus.  Compensation $12+ per hour DOQ.

Interested candidates should submit a current resume and cover letter (must include salary history/requirement) to smoss@bbcmkids.org.  Submissions that do not include salary history and requirements may not be considered.  No phone calls please.

 

Early Childhood Educator

The Museum is seeking an experienced Early Childhood Educator who will be responsible for the development, management and delivery of educational programs that promote the value of early learning and school readiness, and support the outreach mission of the Museum.

This full time position requires a degree in early childhood education and three or more years of related work experience. Applicants must have experience working with diverse populations, and developing/delivering/coordinating educational programs that reflect state/national standards for early learning. Position requires outstanding written/verbal communication skills, creativity, ability to adapt to a fast-paced environment, familiarity with data collection and research, demonstrated ability to be a team player, multi-task, prioritize, and meet deadlines; applicant must be comfortable working in an informal education environment. Bilingual skills a plus. Salary: low $30’s to low $40’s DOQ, plus competitive benefits and opportunities for advancement. Hours include weekdays Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Some evenings and weekend hours required.

Interested candidates should submit a current resume and cover letter (must include salary history/requirement) to smoss@bbcmkids.org. Submissions that do not include salary history and requirements may not be considered. Applicant must possess a degree in Early Childhood Education. No phone calls please.

 

Staff Accountant

Experienced Staff Accountant needed to handle A/R, A/P, general ledger maintenance and data management in successful non-profit. Responsibilities include preparing daily/monthly/annual attendance statistics, reconciling daily cash receipts/deposits, office equipment/supplies management, and assisting with monthly closing and annual independent audit.

Candidate must possess strong attention to detail and ability to multi-task. Experience using Excel and Sage Accounting required. Administrative experience a plus. Salary $30,000-$40,000 DOQ.

Interested candidates should submit a current resume and cover letter (must include salary history/requirements) to selizalde@bbcmkids.org. Submissions that do not include salary history and requirements may not be considered. No phone calls please.

 


Volunteer

Donate your time and talents to help make a difference for thousands of children and families who visit the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum each year. Individuals, organizations and corporations can support the Museum’s educational mission by supporting benefit events, family programs and projects that work to maintain and enhance our dynamic educational facility.

Volunteer Requirements

Student Volunteers

Earn service hours in our fun, educational environment. Students who volunteer for 100 hours or more qualify for the President’s Student Service Award, a nationally recognized award for public service.

Volunteer Opportunities

To help, please email the Volunteer Coordinator or call (414) 390-KIDS (5437), ext. 221.

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