The Queens County Farm Museum is seeking a Director of Education.
About the Queens County Farm Museum
The Queens County Farm Museum is a 47-acre working farm dating back to 1697. We are a public resource, visited by over 400,000 people each year. The site includes a landmark farmhouse, glass greenhouse, and restored barns which provide us with a glimpse into our agrarian past. Its rich glacial soil–which attracted European settlers in the 17th century–is cultivated today using sustainable practices, providing people with the freshest food. We are a New York City treasure where historic structures, productive fields, livestock and busy beehives bring agricultural history to life.
Job Description: Director of Education
Queens Farm is seeking a full-time Director of Education. Supervised by the Executive Director, the Director of Education will have primary responsibility for management of Queens Farm’s Education Department, which hosts over 40,000 New York City students each year. The Director of Education will have the opportunity to enliven existing programs as well as develop new curriculum in order to deepen the public’s engagement with this growing organization.
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