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[rstucky@csn.net: Position Open]


  Date: Wed, 6 Dec 1995 08:01:32 -0700
  From: rstucky@csn.net (Stucky, Richard)
  To: vrtpaleo@usc.edu
  Subject: Position Open

  The Denver Museum of Natural History has the following position
  open.  The Adult Programs Manager is responsible for working with
  the curatorial staff to develop programs for teenagers through
  adults in Natural History.  More than 50% of the programs are in
  paleontology but it is likely that offerings in other disciplines
  will increase.
  Please copy to any lists that are appropriate.  Advertised also in
  the last issue of Aviso.
  Adult Program Manager
  The Denver Museum of Natural History seeks a dynamic and experienced
  department manager of adult programs with strong organizational and
  management skills.  Will direct planning and development of over 300
  public programs per hear for adults, families and children,
  including community outreach, lectures, symposia, courses workshops
  and travel study for the Museum membership of 35,000 and the 6
  county Denver metro communities.  Will also design and implement
  selected programs.
  Posiition responsibilities include all aspects of administration
  including financial management and long-range planning, supervise
  five full-time staff, oversee volunteer structure, develop
  fund-raising and marketing strategies, oversee support operations
  and classroom facilities.
  Candidate must be an experienced professional with a strong
  background in program development, marketing and management.
  Advanced degree preferred.  Demonstrated leadership and
  communication skills in a nonprofit organization with 3-5 years of
  supervisory experience required.
  Salary range is competititve with excellent benefits.  Submit letter
  of interest with resume to Personnel Office, Denver Museum of
  Natural History, 2001 Colorado Boulevard, Denver, CO 80205.  Closing
  date for applications is January 12, 1996.

  Richard K. Stucky; Collections and Research; Denver Museum of Natural
  History; 2001 Colorado Boulevard; Denver, CO 80205; FAX 303-331-6492;