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Effective December 2014

 

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Manager of NatureWorks

Full time benefited position. We are seeking an engaging, passionate, and dynamic leader to join our Nature Works team. The Manager of Nature Works responsibilities include providing the daily care of all OSC animals, and the maintenance and repair of animal support systems within the Nature Works exhibition and back of house support areas.  The Manager of Nature Works will need to effectively manage a diverse team of staff and volunteers that help support the NatureWorks exhibit.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Maintain records related to animal licensing and compliance for all state and federal regulations regarding live animals in OSC care. 
  • Maintain the quality and safety of the Nature Works exhibit area, its support facilities, and the animal quarantine room.
  • Administer daily care and husbandry for all animals in the science center’s collection.
  • Schedule, train, and evaluate employees working in Nature Works, lead volunteers, and keep all departmental training guidelines and standard operating procedures up to date.
  • Maintain an example of quality service by providing great guest interactions and acting as a liaison with other animal facilities for programming and support of programs.
  • Recommend and research improvements for NatureWorks exhibits and collections, develop new exhibit displays and assist OSC staff in developing educational programs that use the resources of NatureWorks.
  • Train staff and volunteers in proper animal handling procedures.
  • Manage departmental budget for staff and supplies.
  • Represent the Orlando Science Center in a professional manner with all external partners, guests and staff.


Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in biology, animal sciences, veterinary sciences or a related field.
  • Minimum of five years animal care and husbandry experience with reptiles and fish at a zoo, aquarium, museum, nature park or similar facility.
  • Minimum of three years management experience


Preferred Skills:

  • Experience with exhibit fabrication, veterinary care, public speaking and snorkeling is preferred.
  • Experience working in a science center or museum is preferred.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Ability to carry 50 lbs.

 



 

Experience Designer

Full time benefited position. An engaging, outgoing, exciting individual is desired to lead research and content development for new and existing science center exhibits. Full-Time exempt position. Responsible for writing and developing educational content and instructions for exhibits. Research, evaluate and prototype visitor experiences. Works in conjunction with Director of Visitor Experience and Director of Exhibits to evaluate work to ensure that exhibitions meet stated objectives. Contributes to the creation and implementation of the strategic plan content.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Writes educational and instructional exhibit labels and oversees overall theming of exhibit experience.
  • Conduct thorough research to insure scientific information is clearly expressed and accurate.
  • Provide a clear, focused narrative voice that is consistent across exhibits.
  • Oversee team of volunteers to execute data collection, conduct surveys and evaluations, and prototype visitor experiences.
  • Analyze data and prepare statistical reports on exhibit halls and experiences.
  • Oversees placement of collection objects or informational materials in exhibit framework.


EDUCATION: 
Undergraduate and graduate degrees in museum studies, journalism, science literacy, or creative writing

EXPERIENCE: 
Minimum of three years experience working in museums. Research, writing and editing skills. Must show a considerable degree of initiative and have excellent interpersonal and networking skills.

REQUIRED SKILLS:

  • Be imaginative and creative.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Be positive and clear in promoting and explaining ideas.
  • Strong science background and ability to effectively research science topics.
  • Experience working in/with museums or in an informal education setting.
  • Exemplary writing skills.
  • Take design direction and critiques from the partners and colleagues, implement to create a stronger, better end result.
  • Operate effectively under time constraints and meet deadlines.
  • Able to work with minimal supervision, both alone and in teams.
  • Must be detail oriented, able to prioritize tasks and able to work under pressure with multiple deadlines.
  • Be aware of relevant health and safety issues with design implementations.
  • Adhere to ADA requirements when necessary.
  • A valid Florida driver’s license is required.


PREFERRED SKILLS:

  • Journalism and editorial experience preferred.
  • Experience with scientific research and statistical data analysis.
  • Ability to design in Software such as Vectorworks or Adobe Photoshop.
  • Large format graphic design experience a plus.

 

 

Graphic Design Artist

Full time benefited position. The graphic artist is responsible for developing and designing the external and internal graphic image of the Orlando Science Center. This position requires a creative problem solver with the ability to manipulate and enhance the “image guide lines” set by our Creative Manager and submitted as Graphic Requests to the department. This will be achieved through the use of a wide range of electronic and/or printed graphic materials, involving a variety of integrated steps and processes, and requiring extensive knowledge of specialized, multi-faceted design concepts and media. 

The graphic designer will also need to create complex, original graphic design and comprehensive layout concepts for multiple advertising avenues and other visual communications including but not limited to: periodical, newspaper, billboard, posters, flyers, brochures, magazine layouts, signage and digital content. They must be able to take initiative, be a problem-solver, be highly computer literate and is knowledgeable both on PC and MAC.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assures the graphic image and consistent look is maintained throughout all collateral material and advertising campaigns. Helps enforce, develop and improve the graphic image for the Orlando Science Center.
  • Conceptualizes, plans, designs, and produces a wide range of specialized graphic and/or illustrative material, to include multimedia concepts, as appropriate.
  • Works with Creative Manager and Director of Marketing to ascertain priorities and needs and to develop graphic directions, concepts, and specifications for assigned projects.
  • Plans production schedules for the various steps in the design process and develops workflows.
  • Identifies, selects, and coordinates vendors for printing and publication services, as appropriate to the project; may write and process requests for proposals for printing requisitions; identifies and recommends contractors, such as printers and illustrators.
  • Oversees and coordinates the production process; and selects appropriate production media and materials, such as ink and paper; inspects proofs for accuracy and adherence to appropriate production standards.
  • Provides technical advice and guidance, and serves as liaison with and printing representatives on design and technical graphics issues.
  • Participates in production and/or marketing planning group sessions and meetings.
  • Works with writers directly to assure accuracy and efficiency of all collateral material.
  • Edits basic copy, as appropriate for the various collateral materials.
  • Provide a high level of customer service when working with internal and external clients.
  • May coordinate a graphics or photographic library and/or maintain digital records.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
  • Basic updating and knowledge of the website and e-marketing programs.
  • Works with outside advertising consultants to assure image continuity throughout campaigns on an as-needed basis.



Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Minimum of an Associate Degree. A portfolio and experience that are directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. 
  • Takes initiative, is a problem-solver, is highly computer literate and is knowledgeable both on PC and MAC.
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of graphic design. 
  • Ability to create and produce graphic materials using a range of media, methods, techniques, and equipment. 
  • Ability to compile and prepare graphic schedules, and work plans.
  • Knowledge of available external graphic design, printing, publication, and associated resources. 
  • Knowledge of printing and/or reproduction processes and techniques. 
  • Knowledge of graphic layout and photographic requirements and procedures.



Preferred Skills:
Experience with education-focused design, including Early Childhood and Preschool preferred.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Sit for an extended period of type, ability to lift 30 pounds, able to correctly use x-acto knives, utility knives and cutting boards for large format printing production.

 

 

Animal Husbandry Lead Technician

Full time benefited position. We are seeking individuals who are enthusiastic, knowledgeable and passionate to join our NatureWorks team.  The Animal Husbandry Lead Technician will provide for the daily care of all OSC animals, and the maintenance and repair of animal support systems within the Nature Works exhibition; present science programming to guests within the NatureWorks exhibit. Act as liaison between NatureWorks staff and Manager. Supervise volunteers and manage their time and assignments. Experience with aquariums housing marine and freshwater fish, reptiles, and amphibians is required. Experience with invertebrate species is beneficial.  This position requires weekend and some evening work.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Prepare and feed daily ration of frozen, fresh and dry commercial foods.
  • Maintain exhibit aesthetics through regular cleaning of habitats and exhibits.
  • Present public programs to diverse groups.
  • Monitor animal health and administer veterinary treatments.
  • Participate in departmental and special events both at the science center and off property.
  • Assist in renovating and designing exhibits.
  • Train staff, volunteers and others as necessary.
  • Represent the Orlando Science Center in a professional manner with all guests and staff


Qualifications and Education Requirements:
  
Applicants should possess a minimum of an Associate’s degree in animal sciences, veterinary sciences or a related field. Applicants should possess a minimum of two years of experience in animal husbandry and public programming at a zoo, aquarium, museum, nature park or similar facility.


Preferred Skils: 
Experience with exhibit fabrication, veterinary care, public speaking and snorkeling is preferred.

 

 

Early Childhood Educator

Part time position. A cheerful, animated, thoughtful and engaging individual is needed to provide fun and quality educational programming for the Science Center’s early learners. The daily functions of this position consist of but are not limited to: Engaging and educating families, school groups, campers and teachers about various sciences and early childhood topics with the use of demonstrations and hands-on activities in an informal setting. The Early Childhood Educator will deliver educational content in one or more of the following ways: classroom instruction on and off museum grounds, large capacity auditorium programming on and off museum grounds, and floor demonstrations. Educators will be expected to study curriculum and supplementary materials to gain proficiency in the sciences taught by the institution and improve upon existing content knowledge and teaching/presentation skills. 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Responsible for teaching early childhood workshops, discovery labs, offsite programs, camps, and some weekend events.
  • Responsible for delivering OSC curriculum and engaging children, families and guests in hands-on activities and demonstrations.
  • Applicants should be good communicators, have the ability to complete tasks with minimal supervision, and demonstrate excellent customer service skills.
  • This position requires individuals who are comfortable speaking in front of audiences of all sizes and delivering basic science instruction to guests of all ages.  
  • Ensure age appropriateness in all programs and alignment with learning and developmental standards.
  • Maintains a safe and secure environment for guests and staff.
  • Keeps current in science and education related to OSC’s content and exhibits.
  • Qualified applicants will demonstrate a willingness to learn.  
  • Availability on Saturdays is required.


Qualifications and Education Requirements:

Enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing; must love working with children and guests. Qualified candidates should be degree seeking or hold a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, education, science, psychology, or museum studies preferred. A valid driver’s license is required. Experience working with children or teaching children (age 7 and under) either informally or in a classroom setting.

Preferred Skills:

  • Course work in the field of Early Childhood or Education.
  • Experience developing curriculum for informal education facilities. 
  • Experience in the performing arts or theater experience. 
  • Minimum of one year experience teaching and delivering educational programming in an informal setting (child care facility, museum, zoo).


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 
Must be able to stand for extended periods and lift 30lbs. 

 

 

Preschool Teacher

Full time benefited position. Responsible for the general supervision and management of a class of preschool (3 – 5 yr) children, planning and executing the Early Childhood education program in accordance with the goals, objectives and standards set forth by the Orlando Science Center Preschool in alliance with Early Childhood developmentally appropriate practices, FL Department of Children and Families and “Creative Curriculum” and Voluntary PreKindergarten (VPK). Instruct children (3 – 5 yr) in activities designed to promote social/emotional, physical and intellectual growth needed to be successful individuals related to their peer group, environment and community.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • A degree (Associate or above) in Child Development, Early Childhood, Pre-Kindergarten, Primary, or Elementary Education preferred. Exceptional Student Education, Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC – formally National CDA), Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC or formally CDAE), certified National CDA or certified CDAE accepted.
  • FL Department of Children and Families Staff credential – VPK
  • Clear Level 2 Background screening.  May not be in classroom until this is established.
  • FL Department of Children and Families 45 hours Child Care training
  • FL Voluntary PreKindergarten (VPK) Education Standards and Emergent Literacy for VPK
  • CPR and Basic First Aid Certification
  • Work experience with children 0 – 8 years old.
  • Excellent communication skills; presentation and public speaking. Reliable, organized, self-starter. Ability to work with little direct supervision Enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing; must love working with people

Preferred Skills

  • Active listening and Social Perceptiveness - give full attention to others saying, taking time to understand, ask appropriate questions and being aware of others’ reactions and understanding why they react as they do.
  • Instructing – teaching others how to do something.
  • Speaking – talking to others to convey information effectively.
  • Reading comprehension – understanding written sentences and paragraphs.
  • Learning strategies – selecting and using g training/instructional methods for the situation when learning or teaching new things.
  • Writing – communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
  • Time management - managing one’s own time and the time of others.
  • Monitoring – monitoring /assessing performance of self, individuals and group to make improvements or use corrective actions.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Tasks involve the ability to exert very moderate physical effort in light work, typically involving some combination of stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling. Also involved maybe some lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling of objects, materials or children up to 40 lbs. Sensory requirements are visual perceptions and discrimination, oral communication, and ability to perceive and discriminate sounds.

 

 

Preschool Assistant

Part Time Position. Responsible for assisting Preschool classroom teachers with general supervision and management of a class of preschool (3 – 5 yr) children. Assisting in the execution of the Early Childhood education program in accordance with the goals, objectives and standards set forth by the Orlando Science Center Preschool, along with Early Childhood developmentally appropriate practices, FL Department of Children and Families guidelines and “Creative Curriculum”. Support children (3 – 5 yr) in activities designed to promote social/emotional, physical and intellectual growth needed to be successful individuals related to their peer group, environment and community.

Essential Job Functions: Assist classroom teachers with daily scheduled lessons, units, themes, activities and projects. Work with children through interactions with activities and materials. Assist classroom teachers with organization and direction of activities/materials to promote physical, mental, social development such as games, art, music/movement and story telling. Arrange indoor and outdoor space to facilitate creative play, motor development and safety. Assist substitute classroom teachers with maintaining daily schedule that includes weekly lesson plans, activities and materials needed to fulfill goals and objectives. Preferred skills: Active listening and Social Perceptiveness - give full attention to others saying, taking time to understand, ask appropriate questions and being aware of others’ reactions and understanding why they react as they do. Instructing – teaching others how to do something. Speaking – talking to others to convey information effectively. Reading comprehension – understanding written sentences and paragraphs. Learning strategies – selecting and using g training/instructional methods for the situation when learning or teaching new things. Writing – communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience. Time management - managing one’s own time and the time of others. Monitoring – monitoring /assessing performance of self, individuals and group to make improvements or use corrective actions.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Required - High School or GED diploma
  • A degree (Associate or above) in Child Development, Early Childhood, Pre-Kindergarten, Primary, or Elementary Education preferred. Exceptional Student Education, Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC – formally National CDA), Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC or formally CDAE), certified National CDA or certified CDAE accepted.
  • Clear Level 2 Background screening. May not be in classroom until this is established.
  • FL Department of Children and Families 45 hours Child Care training
  • Preferred - Voluntary PreKindergarten (VPK) Education Standards and Emergent Literacy for VPK
  • CPR and Basic First Aid Certification
  • Work experience with children 0 – 8 years old.
  • Excellent communication skills; presentation and public speaking. Reliable, organized, self-starter. Ability to work with little direct supervision Enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing; must love working with people

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Tasks involve the ability to exert very moderate physical effort in light work, typically involving some combination of stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling. Also involved maybe some lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling of objects, materials or children up to 40 lbs. Sensory requirements are visual perceptions and discrimination, oral communication, and ability to perceive and discriminate sounds.

 

 

Preschool Office Assistant

Part time position. Responsible for assisting with preschool clerical duties including but not limited to answering phone calls, filing paperwork, processing payments, and booking appointments. Applicants should be good communicators, have the ability to complete tasks with minimal supervision, and demonstrate excellent customer service skills.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Perform responsible and complex clerical work rapidly and accurately.
  • Communicate with customers, employees, and other individuals to answer questions, disseminate or explain information, take payments/registrations and address complaints.
  • Answer telephones, direct calls and take messages.
  • Utilize e-mail, standard software programs, and perform data entry as necessary to complete all related record keeping duties.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the Active Network system, VISTA ticketing system, and payment collection processes.
  • Enters data into computer databases to create records and reports.
  • Assists in the Licensing process for Department of Children and Families (DCF) and accurately maintains all Licensing documents.  
  • Compile, copy, sort, and file preschool records and other important documentation as required by DCF and APPLE.
  • Inventory and order preschool materials, supplies, and services as needed.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the Orlando Science Center Preschool and other Science Center offerings.
  • Assist in way finding and responding to guest situations in a calm and helpful manner.
  • Perform other work-related duties as required by Manager.


Preferred Skills:

  • High school diploma or higher degree
  • Knowledge of common office machines and skill in their operation and a general understanding of computer systems.
  • Customer service skills
  • Communication skills
  • Cash handling experience desirable
  • Background with preschools a plus    


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  Ability to lift up to 30lbs and be on feet for extended periods of time.

 

 

Educator FT

Full time benefited position. The daily functions of this position consist of but are not limited to: Engaging and educating children in preschool-12th grade about various sciences with the use of demonstrations and hands-on activities in an informal setting. The Educator/Presenter will deliver educational content in one the following ways: classroom instruction on and off museum grounds, large capacity auditorium programming on and off museum grounds, and floor demonstrations. Educators will be expected to study curriculum and supplementary materials to gain proficiency in the sciences taught by the institution and improve upon existing content knowledge and teaching/presentation skills.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Responsible for delivering OSC curriculum and engaging students and guests in hands-on activities and demonstrations.
  • Assist with the training of new education staff and seasonal employees.
  • Applicants should be good communicators, have the ability to complete tasks with minimal supervision, and demonstrate excellent customer service skills.
  • This position requires individuals who are comfortable speaking in front of large audiences and delivering science instruction to guests of all ages.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of new content.
  • Qualified applicants will demonstrate a willingness to learn.


Qualifications and Education Requirements:


Qualified candidates should hold a bachelors degree in education, science, or a related field or hold an Associates Degree and seeking a Bachelors degree with experience. A valid driver’s license is required.

Preferred Skills:

The candidate should have experience teaching either informally or in a classroom. Experience in public speaking and customer service is desirable.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 
Must be able to stand for extended periods and lift 30lbs. 

 

 

Educator

Part time position. The daily functions of this position consist of but are not limited to: Engaging and educating school groups, scouts, campers and teachers about various sciences with the use of demonstrations and hands-on activities in an informal setting. The Educator will deliver educational content in one or more of the following ways: classroom instruction on and off museum grounds, large capacity auditorium programming on and off museum grounds, and floor demonstrations. Educators will be expected to study curriculum and supplementary materials to gain proficiency in the sciences taught by the institution and improve upon existing content knowledge and teaching/presentation skills.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Responsible for teaching discovery labs, offsite programs, scout programs, camps, and overnights.
  • Responsible for delivering OSC curriculum and engaging students and guests in hands-on activities and demonstrations.
  • Applicants should be good communicators, have the ability to complete tasks with minimal supervision, and demonstrate excellent customer service skills.
  • This position requires individuals who are comfortable speaking in front of audiences of all sizes and delivering science instruction to guests of all ages.
  • Qualified applicants will demonstrate a willingness to learn.

Qualified candidates should either be degree seeking or hold a bachelors degree in education, science, or a related field.

  • Enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing; must love working with children and guests
  • A valid driver’s license is required.

The candidate should have experience in a museum or other informal education environment. Experience teaching informally or in a classroom is required. A background in public speaking and customer service is essential.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to stand for extended periods and lift 30lbs.

 

 

House Manager

Full time benefited position. Work schedule will include afternoon, evening, weekends & some holiday’s. Provide superior customer service while maintaining a safe and secure environment for OSC guests and team members. This position is expected to be on the floor 90% of the shift during public operating hours.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Open and close the building as per established procedures.
  • Hourly walk through the facility and parking garage documenting and / or reporting to appropriate parties any needs or concerns.
  • Interact with OSC guests using the Customer First Approach.
  • Monitor daily operation ensuring OSC programs begin on time, front of house positions appropriately staffed and public areas remain clean.
  • Accurately document shift activities in the House Managers log and note exhibit failures, maintenance personnel responding for repair and exhibits on the floor that are tagged.
  • Communicate exhibit failure, facility maintenance challenges and safety concerns to the appropriate parties in a timely fashion.
  • Assist in emergency first aid and fire evacuations.
  • Prevent improper use of exhibits and the physical building.
  • Assist in locating lost children / parent.
  • Monitor crowd density in public areas.
  • Support Shipping and Receiving / Mailroom / Copy Center in the absence of the Clerk.
  • Support other teams within the organization with superior Internal Customer Service.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Education or Certifications: High School diploma or equivalent

Work Experience: Some experience in the customer service field.

Required Skills: Customer service experience, security or related field and certified in CPR and emergency first aid useful but not necessary.

Physical Requirements: Up to 30 hour work week. Available all hours, and shifts, ability to do a lot standing, walking and climbing stairs. Ability to lift 30 pounds, ability to push/pull a certain amount of weight.

 

 

House Manager/Hospitality

Part time position. Position Summary: Provide superior customer service while maintaining a safe and secure environment for OSC guests and team members. This position is expected to be on the floor 90% of the shift during public operating hours.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Open and close the building as per established procedures.
  • Continuously walk through the facility making minor repairs and replenishing exhibits.
  • Hourly walk through in the parking garage documenting and / or reporting to appropriate parties any needs or concerns.
  • Interact with OSC guests using the Customer First Approach and obtain feedback on the guest visit.
  • Monitor daily operation ensuring OSC programs begin on time, front of house positions appropriately staffed and public areas remain clean.
  • Accurately document shift activities in the House Managers log and note exhibit failures, maintenance personnel responding for repair and exhibits on the floor that are tagged.
  • Communicate exhibit failure, facility maintenance challenges and safety concerns to the Director of Facilities in a timely fashion.
  • Assist in emergency first aid and fire evacuations.
  • Prevent improper use of exhibits and the physical building.
  • Assist in locating lost children / parent.
  • Monitor crowd density in public areas.
  • Support Shipping and Receiving / Mailroom / Copy Center in the absence of the Clerk.
  • Support other teams within the organization with superior Internal Customer Service.
  • Other duties assigned by Director of Facilities and or CFO.

 

Education or Certifications: High School diploma or equivalent

Work Experience: Some experience in the customer service field.

Required Skills: Customer service experience, security or related field and certified in CPR and emergency first aid useful but not necessary.

Physical Requirements: Up to 30 hour work week. Available all hours, and shifts, ability to do a lot standing, walking and climbing stairs. Ability to lift 30 pounds, ability to push/pull a certain amount of weight.

 

 

Birthday Party Assistants

Part time position, weekends required. Assist the Host in facilitating the party including: disbursement of cake, ice cream and beverage, educational programming, science make and take project and general clean up. Have a full understanding of birthday party themes, and the educational component including the science content. Responsible for cleanliness of birthday rooms and the surrounding areas. Be able to work on a consistent basis and fulfill scheduling requirements. Completion of the 10th grade.

 

 

Birthday Party Host

Part time position, weekends required Host and facilitate the party including disbursement of cake, ice cream and beverage, educational programming, science make and take project and general clean up. Have a full understanding of birthday party themes, and the educational component including the science content. Supervise assistants and volunteers working in Birthday Parties to include delegation of responsibilities to assist with the parties, and general customer service related to the birthday parties. Accountable for completion of the financial data sheet for each party and related paper work. Weekly inventory of paper products and additional supplies including a report (if needed) to the Birthday Coordinator. Be able to work on a consistent basis and fulfill scheduling requirements. Completion of the 10th grade, H.S. or Bachelors Degree preferred

 

 

Movie Operator

Part time position. Responsible for operating CineDome and the Digital Adventure Theater automation system, presenting shows and assisting visitors in and out of the CineDome and the Digital Adventure Theatre, including, but not limited to, taking tickets, answering questions, and light administrative work. High School Graduate or equivalent, some college preferred. Must be able to sit/stand for extended periods of time.

 

 

Guest Services Representative

Part time position. Representatives perform all ticket transactions for the Center as well as help visitors with directions and information about OSC and surrounding areas. Additionally, Guest Services Representatives actively sell and maintain all OSC memberships.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 

  • High School
  • Guest Services, Cash Handling, and Computer Experience

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Will need to stand for long periods of times. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. 

 

 

Facilitator

Part time position. Must have availability to work a minimum of 3 days. With weekend availability preferred.

Essential Job Functions: Passionately embrace and communicate the mission of OSC ‘Inspire Science Learning for Life’ to science center guests.  This position requires individuals with exemplary guest service skills. Facilitate exhibit halls by answering questions, narrating on the microphone, leading activities and being interactive and engaging. This position will be expected to effectively communicate science concepts and topics through science demonstrations and activities.

EDUCATION: Two year degree in education, science, or a related field.

EXPERIENCE: The candidate should be comfortable approaching guests and speaking in front of a large audience.  Strong communication skills are required.  Hospitality or customer service experience is desirable.

REQUIRED SKILLS: A valid Florida driver’s license is required

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience working in museums or in an informal education setting is preferred. Experience performing Improv and/or theater background is preferred

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to stand for long periods and be able to lift 30 lbs.

 

  

 

Orlando Science Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse team of professionals! 

Benefits for FT: Health benefits (health, dental, vision), long-term disability; life insurance, employer matched savings plan, credit union, flexible vacation days. For PT & FT: Annual family membership, complimentary Science Center tickets, Credit Union, direct deposit, discounts in the café, store, and programs.

 

 


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