Contract position opens at S.C. museum

The Cecil Williams South Carolina Civil Rights Museum is seeking a director of arts education.

The arts education director is to manage the museum’s arts in education programs utilizing arts-based strategies to teach academic content and strengthen social emotional learning skills. This individual will be responsible for:

  • coordinating with teaching artists, schools, and partners to ensure a high standard of program delivery
  • program coordination and documentation, and
  • assisting with the coordination of lesson plan development and events

Individual must have experience with educational program management, arts education and/or working with public schools, be highly organized and self-motivated, have experience managing programs and expertise with software such as Google Suite programs, a background in the field of arts education or in K-12 education, and knowledge of South Carolina’s civil rights history.

No deadline or compensation information were provided. –Ed.

Preferred qualifications

– BA or BS degree

– Knowledge of South Carolina’s civil rights history and contributions.

– Relevant work experience

– Excellent program management skills and experience

– Expertise with Microsoft Office and Google Suite – Photoshop a plus

– Excellent written and verbal communication skills

– Highly organized and self-motivated

– Experience hosting video meetings (Zoom, Meets, Teams)

– Expertise with Microsoft Office and Google Suite – Photoshop a plus

This independent contractual arrangement has no fringe benefits and the contract is dependent on availability of grant funding.

Eligible candidates should submit a resume to: Jannie Harriot at or mail to:

JMH Professional Services
PO Box 2675
Hartsville, SC 29551