Education Program Manager

Expired on: Nov 15, 2021

Job Title: Education Program Manager  



The Education Program Manager will oversee/develop all group booking and programming for the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. The Education Program Manager will manage the Aniyuwiyahi Community Program Coordinator, the Cultural Specialist Program, and directly reports to the Director of Education.  


  • Assist  with development and maintenance of an online booking system that aligns with best practices across all departments. 
  • Oversee programming budget.  
  • Book all groups and programming for the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. 
  • Create programming schedules for Cultural Specialist and Box Office staff. 
  • Manage the Aniyuwiyahi  Community Program Coordinator, including setting goals and deliverables. 
  • Manage the Cultural Specialist program, including setting goals and deliverables with Lead Cultural Specialist. 
  • Source Cultural Specialist staff, manages interviews, assist  Lead Cultural Specialist in selection of Cultural Specialist staff, and ensures the proper new hire paperwork and onboarding is completed for each new hire.  
  • Responsible for coaching Aniyuwiyahi Community Program Coordinator, including performance reviews, performance plans, and any subsequent actions. 
  • Responsible for coaching the Atsila Anotasgi Cultural Specialist, including performance reviews, performance plans, and any subsequent actions 
  • Provide guidance for Lead Cultural Specialist when they are coaching a member of the Cultural Specialist team.  
  • Laison between various Cherokee entities for group tours. 
  • Work directly with External Affairs Coordinator and Designer to develop marketing for groups/programming/Cultural Specialists/events.  
  • Oversee all public programming events, and works directly with Aniyuwiyahi Community Program Coordinator to plan community events.  
  • Work with Lead Cultural Specialist on  developing a schedule for Cultural Specialist cultural and historical training.  
  • Conduct yearly staff evaluations for all direct reports.  


  • A demonstrated commitment to preserve and protect the history, culture, and stories of the Cherokee  
  • Bachelor’s degree required in education, history, Cherokee studies or another related field.  
  • Professional verbal and written communication skills. 
  • Management/Leadership skills required. 
  • Experience with program development and strategic planning.  
  • Booking programming and event planning a plus.  
  • Knowledge of Cherokee culture and history a plus. 


  • Report to Director of Education.  
  • Supervise Cultural Specialist Program.  
  • Supervise Aniyuwiyahi Community Program Coordinator. 
  • Other duties as assigned.  

Salary and Benefits

The salary range for this position is $36,000 to $50,000 annual. The Museum of the Cherokee Indian offers a comprehensive benefits and retirement package.

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