Visitor Experience Navigator– Downtown, Chesterfield, Short Pump & Fredericksburg locations
This part-time position is responsible for providing an enjoyable experience for guests in all areas of the museum. The ideal candidate must be outgoing and enthusiastic, and enjoy working with children and families. Customer service must be a priority. Major responsibilities include engaging and responding to guests and maintaining cleaning and safety protocols. Cross training in all public spaces and programs is required.
Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
- Providing a point-of-contact for guests
- Interacting with all visitors in a friendly, professional manner, with exemplary customer service delivery
- Responding to guest questions, concerns, and comments
- Dressing up as the CMoR mascot, Seymour the Dinosaur and participate in dance parties, story times and parades
- Facilitating activities for guest
- Guest safety and security
- Maintaining cleaning protocols including cleaning restrooms throughout the day, including but not limited to; emptying trash, sanitizing and cleaning exhibits throughout the day, mopping floors
- Encouraging and selling guest memberships
- Conducting CMoR's Carousel (Central only)
- Performing front desk admissions duties
- Set up and break down of all birthday party rooms. Assisting birthday family throughout as needed (cross Training as a Party Programmer for qualified Associates). Weekend and occasional evening and holiday work required
Experience working in Customer Service. Experience working with children is ideal. Candidate must be flexible with an open schedule.
To apply for this position, email your resume to email@example.com with"Downtown VEN - Your Name", "Chesterfield GSA - Your Name", "Short Pump VEN - Your Name", or "Fredericksburg VEN - Your Name" in the subject line.
Minimum salary requirements must be included--listing salary history or a target range is also acceptable. Due to anticipated response, we regret that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Grants Coordinator - Part-Time
The Grants Coordinator is responsible for researching, preparing and producing draft and final form grant proposals, and tracking and reporting results. Previous experience will demonstrate a proven track record in securing new funding opportunities; comprehensive knowledge of research, and the ability to distinguish and identify funding opportunities for programming.
- Research grants using online directories, personal networking, or other means
- Work with development team and education team members to identify and gather information on fundable projects and identify prospective new opportunities
- Write grant applications/proposals, grant reports, and (as requested) supporting documentation that are compelling and competitive
- Manage a shared calendar for grants, clearly showing deadlines for applications/proposals, and reports
- Collaborate with program staff regarding client services – including shadowing – to fully understand the programs and target outcomes
- Organize the application process, especially for more complex applications, to ensure that all narrative content, financial information, and other documentation and information, will be generated or received for timely submission of applications; and ensuring that the logistics of document submission are in order
- Work with staff who will be involved in helping with grant applications or proposals, including giving staff adequate notice of information or content that will be required of them, with clear deadlines.
- Draft or edit documents required for grant applications, in addition to the application narrative (e.g., editing job descriptions, drafting or editing organizational history, drafting letters of support)
- Monitor progress, e.g., number of applications (and dollar value) of applications submitted per quarter or year; percent funded; etc.
- Prepare drafted budgets for grant proposals
- Work with development team and education team members to identify and gather information on
- Comply with all grant reporting as required by foundation/corporate donors
- Works with development team to identify and create an annual grants strategy
- Meet project and proposal deadlines
- Handle confidential financial information and grant materials with discretion
- Communicate regularly with VP of Mission and team members
- Performs all other duties as assigned
- Excellent written skills
- Excellent database management skills
- Excellent research skills
- Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
- Financial acumen
- Careful attention to detail
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- 3-5 years experience
- Demonstrated experience in successful grant writing and proposal submission resulting in awards
- Ability to meet proposal and project deadlines
- Demonstrated experience in working with multiple stakeholders and collaborative working relationships
- Demonstrated ability to be analytical, detail-oriented, and to problem solve
- Preference for experience with grants for early childhood development/early learning programs
- Sitting, for extended periods, occasional walking, standing, climbing and bending, stooping and lifting and moving up to 25 lbs.
- Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
- Ability to operate a motorized vehicle.
All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.
Please submit samples of your grant writing work along with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.