EMPLOYMENT

Thank you for your interest in working at CMON!

CMON values and supports the unique talents and strengths that each employee brings to our organization. We seek talented individuals that share our mission to provide an exciting, inspiring environment where children and their families play, learn, and dream together. In return, we offer an opportunity to impact the community in a fulfilling and fun environment with excellent company culture, flexible schedules, benefits, and perks.

The Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples (CMON) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages applicants of all abilities, backgrounds, and beliefs to seek employment with us.

Please complete an application and e-mail to hrjobs@cmon.org

Courtney with Child at CMON

Open Positions

Programs Coordinator – Art Educator

Summary: The Art Educator is responsible for developing a portion of the Museum’s programs both in the Museum and in the community.  The Educator is responsible for developing unique, hands-on, inquiry-based art programs and curricula that serve a diverse community. 

This full-time hourly position with benefits includes evening and weekend hours. The preferred schedule is Sunday through Thursday 9am-5pm.


Reports to: Senior Director of Play and Learning

Seasonal Educator

Summary: Seasonal Educators lead daily programs, facilitate workshops, implement and design camp curricula, and facilitate camp programs. Our programs emphasize hands-on STEAM based learning for children up to 10 years old.

Note: This is a seasonal, temporary non-benefits earning position with a weekly obligation of 25 to 40 hours per week. The seasonal dates for this position are determined upon hire and outlined in the offer letter.  

Reports to: Senior Director of Play and Learning

Seasonal Camp Assistant

Summary:  Camp Assistants are responsible for ensuring a safe, fun, and educational environment for all campers and other staff.  Assistants are responsible for monitoring campers, helping with activities, and facilitating Museum exploration time.  

Note: This is a seasonal, temporary non-benefits earning position with a weekly obligation of 25 to 40 hours per week. The seasonal dates for this position are determined upon hire and outlined in the offer letter.

Reports to: Senior Director of Play and Learning

Guest Services Specialist

Summary:The Guest Services Specialist will be responsible for engaging with visitors throughout the Museum to ensure a quality visitor experience for children and adults. The duties of this position include working inside the exhibits, facilitating daily programs and covering some POS shifts in the Museum Store. 

FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME AVAILABLE (This is an hourly position. This position includes weekends and holidays.)

Reports to: Visitor Experience Manager

Exhibits Intern

Summary: The Exhibits intern will participate in all stages of exhibits development, from brainstorming with the team, to research, organization, fabrication, installation and maintenance. The intern will aid in the organization of our artifacts collection, and the preservation of our permanent fine art collection.  The intern will aid in the development and installation of our transitional and traveling exhibits. These include The Art Studio, The World Café, The Inventioneers’ Lab, and the cycle of exhibits that we rent or fabricate for our Traveling Exhibit space. The Exhibits intern will have the privilege and joy of seeing their work in action, children and families learning through play in a safe, imaginative, and engaging arena!

Note: This is an unpaid, part-time internship for academic college credit. Occasional special events, falling outside of the typical intern’s schedule, will be scheduled and determined by CMON staff. 

Reports to: Exhibits Manager