Reporting to the Executive Director of the Royal Alberta Museum and serving as a member of the museum’s Executive Team, this senior manager position provides leadership, strategic direction, and operational planning essential to leading RAM’s public facing programs and initiatives. As a public museum, RAM is responsible for engaging with various stakeholders, including Indigenous communities, local communities of interest, under-served populations, businesses, the public, and those working in and representing educational institutions.
The Director of Engagement and Education, and their team, will act as a hub for RAM staff to guide the museum’s Indigenous engagement efforts and expand the museum’s presence in the larger Alberta community. This new position will increase the RAM’s presence and profile in Edmonton and among key groups of interest across the province.
The roles and responsibilities of the Director of Engagement and Education include but are not limited to:
- Leading the engagement team in developing strategic priorities for engaging communities and ensuring alignment with curatorial, research, education, and programming activities.
- Providing leadership to RAM’s Indigenous Engagement team as related to the care of the museum’s Indigenous collections and relationships with community.
- Representing the needs of external stakeholders at Executive Team meetings to ensure that priorities are aligned.
- Ensure learning programs are available and accessible to a wide variety of audiences and address not only the existing work of the museum, but also the needs of community members.
$3,352.75 to $4,574.56 bi-weekly ($88,506 – $119,396 per year)
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