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Museum of Tolerance Los Angeles
Tools for Tolerance® for Educators is an acclaimed interactive, experiential professional development program at the Museum of Tolerance designed to help California educators fulfill their potential both as people and professionals. Over 100,000 educators have successfully completed programs both virtually and on-site since 1996. These dynamic professional development programs provide customized workshops, facilitated dialogue, and teacher guide resources for creating inclusive and equitable schools and are designed to address the challenges facing educators today in K-12 and beyond. Programs are currently being offered in-person and virtually.
The Assistant Director must be an experienced education professional with a passion for anti-bias education and social justice, interested in advancing the Museum’s mission, maintaining the high standards of the program, and providing motivational leadership. The Assistant Director must possess excellent administrative and organizational skills, value attention to detail, and be adept at managing multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment.
The Assistant Director is responsible for the successful administration and implementation of all activities of the department and reports to the Director of the Museum of Tolerance.
DUTIES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
40 hours/week, Monday-Friday (Sunday Programs as scheduled)
Qualified applicants please email resume and cover letter sharing your educational leadership and professional development experience as it relates to this position: firstname.lastname@example.org