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The Director of Exhibits leads the exhibits team and is responsible for the overall direction of the Exhibit’s Department. This position provides high-level oversight and leadership in the areas of operations, planning, fabrication and design.
They will be a champion for children and families, increasing access and ensuring that CDM’s audience reflects the Chattanooga community in all its diversity. They will be a forceful advocate in the community for making Chattanooga the best place for a child to grow up and serve as ambassadors locally, regionally, and nationally to the magic that is the Creative Discovery Museum.
Lead the Playhouse’s continuing evolution as well as help shape current and future educational program offerings in addition to managing the day-to-day operations of the Museum and its staff.
Oversees the daily operations of the Museum, including admissions, gift shop, group visits, and facility rentals and works closely with educational staff to integrate educational floor programs.
Provide daily operational leadership to Knock Knock Children’s Museum by setting the organizational and cultural tone, coordinating with the Executive Director on long-term planning and direction, and overseeing the management of all daily operations of the museum.
Responsible for the sales, marketing, and logistics of the Sciencenter’s traveling exhibitions program.
Supports all departments within the museum through developing and maintaining spreadsheets, invoicing, and providing other financial support.
Writing installation manuals, shipping spare parts, troubleshooting malfunctioning exhibits, coordinating periodic refurbishments, and customer support are core to this role.
The Operations and Exhibits Director will report directly to the Executive Director and lead facilities staff, set operational priorities and implement long-term strategies.
Overseeing daily operations of the museum
Serves as the lead staff member for all programs, experiences, exhibits, management, staffing and related activities for Discovery Place Kids (DPK) and leads the growth efforts to expand the DPK museum network.
Explore charges by creating a storm of static electricity!
This interactive, hands-on experience involves the creation of your own Roller Coaster – from design to testing and then re-testing. What makes the best design? Where does the ball get its energy from? How many different coasters can you build
The climbing wall is 8 ft by 20 ft and comes in 10 sections each measuring 4 ft by 4 ft with a surface that looks like flat chiseled rock. Included with the climbing wall are 2-inch-thick blue safety mats.
Travel into the Arctic in this hands-on, interactive exhibit. Children can explore an ice fishing table, dog sled, igloo, and much more as they learn about life in Arctic regions and how climate change is affecting the people and animals who live there.
potlighting important learning areas such as social and self-development, problem solving, creative thinking and arts & culture, this one-of-a-kind exhibit will bring “The Lion Guard” story to life for young children and their families.
The Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum traveling exhibit will bring the show to life with interactive environments and kiosks that provide children with an opportunity to be “transported” to different times in history.
Discover the all-season beauty of Alaska while exploring Alaska Native traditions, language and values.
Children can compare the similarities and differences between their lives and those of children in the East African country.
While encouraging global awareness and cultural appreciation, the exhibit features the vibrant art, food and colorful traditions of this culture.
Learn how even small actions can create a big ripple to help protect our One Big Ocean.
Transport kids back to the time of dinosaurs and encourage basic scientific learning through fun, hands-on activities.
Exploring the realities of forests through play, families will learn about sustainability, selective harvesting, transportation needs, and the every-day products we use made from trees.