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The Chief of Security and Facilities reporting to the Deputy Director, oversees all security operations and physical plant maintenance, environmental services, as well as discreet capital projects for a 35,000 sq. ft. facility with exhibition galleries, flexible program spaces, and administrative and storage spaces.
The Bronx Museum’s facilities include the two wings and adjoining back lots. Physical plant oversight includes exhibition galleries; public and administrative spaces; elevators; audio visual equipment; air conditioning and heating plant and equipment; plumbing fittings and infrastructure; electrical fittings, wiring, lighting and other electrical equipment, including computing and IT equipment; all other building fixtures, fittings and components, such as flooring, roofing, walls and ceilings, doors, windows, ramps; security camera and alarm systems; staging, tables, seating and other office and building equipment used in the Museum’s regular activities or its rentals business.
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Reporting to the Education Programs Manager, the Education and Public Programs Coordinator will support the Education and Curatorial Departments with daily coordination of the group visits program, school partnerships, teen programs, family programs, AIM programs, and all exhibition related public programs. The Coordinator will assist the with tour registration and scheduling, program outreach, tracking program attendance, organizing professional development workshops, and will coordinate all public programs related to museum exhibitions. The Coordinator will also contribute to other Museum related tasks and programs as assigned.
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