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Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Children Garden coordinator is responsible for implementation of year-round gardening programs for children ages 2–13. This staff member works with a co-coordinator to lead program development, schedule program series, hire and train staff, and oversee classes and gardening within the Children’s Garden. The regular work schedule for this position is Tuesday–Saturday. Responsibilities:. Hire, train and supervise part-time seasonal instructors and Children’s Garden Education Fellows to provide informal education programs for pre-school, elementary, and middle school–age... view job details

Position Description:. The manager of Major Gifts is part of a 15-person department at Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) that is responsible for raising $6 million+ in annual operating support from a variety of funding sources. This position works in partnership with the director of Major Gifts to raise $1.5 million+ in program and general operating support from individuals, primarily through gifts of $1,000 and above with a focus on leadership level giving. S/he will help to support the Garden’s goal of raising significant additional funds from major donors following the completion of an ambitiou... view job details

Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s (BBG’s) Public Programs program manager assists the director of Public Programs in the curation and execution of year-round programming under the auspices of BBG’s department of Public Programs. A strong internal candidate has been identified but all qualified individuals are welcome to apply. Responsibilities:. Assist the director in the curating, programming, and producing of all Public Programs programming. Direct responsibility for the implementation of certain programs and series, therefore being instrumental in the growth of programming throughout the year. Alon... view job details

Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s supervising instructor/Garden Apprentice Program co-coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of the Garden Apprentice Program (GAP)—a four-tiered apprenticeship program for youth entering 8th through 12th grades.  Responsibilities include oversight and facilitation of recruitment, selection, training, supervision, and evaluation of up 60 apprentices per year, as well as development of materials and curriculum, teaching, and communication with youth and families. This position will work full-time hours during the term. The regular work schedule... view job details