Museum Programs Fellow
JAARS Fellows is an 11-month, merit-based, professional opportunity that provides entry into a first career position, cultivates emerging leaders, and unleashes the world of missions. Fellows join JAARS staff in key positions to make Bible translation and life transformation possible.
- Develop Spiritually, Professionally, and Personally
- Receive input from a professional in your field and a spiritual and personal coach.
- Attend the Intercultural Communications Course. Learn how to further your interpersonal skills, understand differing worldviews, and deepen your relationship with God.
- Dive into Perspectives and explore God’s global purpose.
- Enjoy life skills training: everything from learning to drive a manual car to budgeting.
- Discover Waxhaw, Charlotte, and the surrounding areas with your JAARS Fellows community.
The Museum Programs Fellow will serve alongside the Museum team to support the day-to-day operations, programs, and events of the museum. JAARS operates The Museum of the Alphabet on its property (more details here). The Museum Programs Fellow will learn how to train new staff, coordinate schedules, and organize events.
The Museum Programs Fellow responsibilities include:
- Learning the history, current state, and purpose of the museum
- Coordinating and hosting tours for guests
- Organizing special museum events, like JAARS Day and Night at the Alphabet Museum
- Overseeing staff and operations under the Museum Manager
- Excellent organization and communication skills
- Flexible and team-oriented
- Willingness to learn and grow
- Problem-solving abilities
- Basic computer skills
- Passionate about Bible translation and sharing the work of JAARS
- Associates or Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
- High level of independence, guiding oneself with little or no supervision.
- The ability to speak with clarity and able to identify and understand the speech of another person
- High energy level individual
- Working experience with Google suite (Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms, etc.) and Microsoft Office
- Majors including: Education, Anthropology, History, Museum Studies, Administration, Event Planning
Please review the further information about JAARS Fellows on the website. www.jaars.org/fellows