Required qualifications: Advanced degree in Education, Archival Administration, or an ALA accredited MLS/MLIS. A Master's degree in a relevant field such as history, public history, or political science combined with formal education coursework will be considered.
Two years professional experience teaching, developing educational materials, or coordinating educational programs and special events in an archives, library, school, museum, or similar organization.
Knowledge of and experience in the field of history and humanities education, especially for k-12 students and teachers, and the general public.
Experience in presentations and public speaking; the ability to work independently and with teams; and the ability to work effectively with the public. Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, manual dexterity, good vision and hearing, the ability to safely lift 30 pounds, and a valid driver's license.
Knowledge of Georgia History
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