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Archives and Information Services

Position Title:


Education Outreach Coordinator

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Work Location:


1201 Brazos - Austin, TX 78701

Working Hours:


M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Salary Group:



Classification No.


1832/Information Specialist III

Job Posting No.



Monthly Salary:


$3,835 - $4,100/Month

Date Job Available:



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Position Open Until Filled.
First review date 12/01/2017, all completed applications (please note "Other Requirements") received by this date will receive first consideration

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Performs highly complex(senior level) informational and education work in the Archives and Information Services division for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.  Collects, prepares, and produces educational materials for use by the division.  Assists with the development of online and in-house educational exhibits. Coordinates outreach events and provides presentations. Serves as principle assistant to the Texas Historical Records Advisory Board.  Works under limited supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.


Coordinate outreach activities to engage stakeholders, stimulate interest in division programs, and increase use of the division’s collection and services
Assist with the planning and development of educational exhibits
Assume lead responsibilities in developing and presenting educational programs, presentations and materials
Implements program goals and objectives in the area of assignment
Serve as principle assistant to the Texas Historical Records Advisory Board
Coordinate, prepare and post information for the agency’s web site and intranet, division blogs, web pages, and social media outlets
Prepare grant proposals and applications for educational and outreach activities
Attends work regularly in accordance with agency leave and attendance policies.
Complies with all applicable agency policies and procedures, including safety and standards of conduct


Provide formal tours and introductions to the collections and services for various groups
Responds to general information inquiries about division activities, exhibits and educational activities
Assist with special events
Serve on agency, state and national committees as assigned
Perform other job duties as assigned


Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with degree in Education, English, History, Communications or related field
Three years experience preparing and delivering educational materials, programs, and/or presentations
One year experience presenting information both orally and in writing

Demonstrated ability to develop educational materials for a variety of audiences
Excellent technical and creative writing skills
Ability to perform intensive research independently
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing
Ability to interpret and comply with internal policies and procedures
Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines
Ability to make in-person presentations
Ability to handle multiple priorities in a high stress environment


Master’s degree in Education, English, History, Communications or related field
Experience working in an archives, museum, library or cultural heritage institution
Grant writing experience
College level coursework in Texas history
Experience in exhibit design and installation


College transcripts (undergraduate and graduate) must be submitted at the time of application
Grant and Educational material writing examples to be submitted at time of application
Ability to work overtime, including holidays, nights, and weekends may be involved
Ability to travel overnight as required
Ability to work in a non-smoking environment
Criminal history check required upon contingent offer


Reports to the Director of Archives and Information Services
No supervisory responsibility

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