Part-Time/Temporary

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
CRANBROOK CENTER FOR COLLECTIONS AND RESEARCH

The Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research is accepting applications for a part-time Administrative Assistant position. This is a unique opportunity to help support the work of Cranbrook’s newest programmatic division, which publicly launched in 2012.

The Administrative Assistant provides diverse support to the Center for Collections and Research and the Center’s Director. Responsibilities include telephone, email, and in-person interface with Center constituents, coordinating programs and tours, event and meeting support, and project support. General clerical and administrative support includes accounting and purchasing, preparation of reports, correspondence, development-related mailings, data entry, and filing. The Administrative Assistant also manages some components of the Center website. The person in this position must thrive in a fast-paced environment, and interact effectively with other Cranbrook staff, faculty, and students, as well as Cranbrook’s Trustees and Governors and other volunteers.

This is a part-time, full-year position, working 32 hours each week (ideally Tuesday through Friday).  Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required to assist with Center programs and events. The position is eligible for paid time off, retirement, and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Simply Blue plan.

The Center’s Administrative Assistant should have an interest in the history of Cranbrook and a desire to share Cranbrook’s story with constituents near and far. She/he will be attentive to both details and the larger picture, helping to shape how information about the Center is received and perceived by stakeholders.

CRANBROOK CENTER FOR COLLECTIONS AND RESEARCH

The Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research, which includes Cranbrook Archives, centralizes Cranbrook’s 114-year story and offers intellectual engagement with its collections and legacy.  The Center is charged with overseeing Cranbrook’s three historic house-museums, including Saarinen House, Cranbrook House, and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Smith House, its campus-wide collection of Cultural Properties, and the Cranbrook Archives, and providing programming and access to these buildings and collections for scholars and visitors from around the world.  The Center’s administrative offices are housed on the third floor of Cranbrook House, while the Archives and the Center’s registrar are located on the lower level of Cranbrook Art Museum where they take full advantage of the Art Museum’s new Collections Wing.  For more information on the Center, visit the Center’s new website at center.cranbrook.edu.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum of two years administrative experience required.
  • High School diploma or GED required; completion of a two-year Associates degree or four-year degree strongly preferred.
  • Strong Microsoft Office suite skills (including Word, Excel, Internet Browsers, email); experience working with and maintaining a database preferred.
  • Ability to accurately type 60 words per minute.
  • Web-site management skills, including the ability to update information.
  • Ability to assist in the oversight of the Center’s social media sites.
  • Proven proficiency at effective prioritization and multitasking.
  • Proven effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record.

CRANBROOK EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY

The Center for Collections and Research is a part of Cranbrook Educational Community, which also includes its Schools, the Academy of Art and Art Museum, an Institute of Science, and Cranbrook House & Gardens. Located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, twenty miles north of downtown Detroit, Cranbrook’s 319-acre campus is a National Historic Landmark that welcomes tens of thousands of public visitors each year to the Institute of Science, Art Museum, and three historic houses. Cranbrook also is home to more than 1,600 students in grades pre-K through 12 attending Cranbrook Schools and almost 150 graduate Academy students.

APPLICATION PROCESS

For consideration, please submit a cover letter, résumé, work sample, and a completed Cranbrook Employee Application (which can be downloaded from the Employment page of our website at cranbrook.edu) to: Cranbrook, Human Resources, P. O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48303-0801, or email humanresources@cranbrook.edu. While the Center is eager to fill the position early in April, Cranbrook will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. Cranbrook is an equal opportunity employer and strives to provide a work environment that welcomes diversity.


Bus Driver

Bus driver for daily campus shuttles and field trips for student classes and athletic teams. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Drives a Cranbrook school bus, loading and unloading passengers at designated stops. Shuttles students to various points on campus and athletic teams to various locations for athletic contests in the evenings and weekends. Insures safety and security of vehicle and passengers. Performs routine vehicle inspections and preventative maintenance. Prepares and maintains records and reports. Requirements: High school diploma or GED. Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record. Driving experience in the transporting of passengers. Possess a valid Michigan CDL with B, P, S endorsements and acquire a Michigan Department of Education bus driver card within three months of hire date. Possess or be able to acquire a medical examiners certificate. This is a part-time job, that pays $19.00 per hour.


Camp Nurse

Serve as Camp Nurse for programs running at Cranbrook Educational Community during the summer season. Programs include traditional day camps, specialty day camps, athletic day camps, and Horizons-Upward Bound. Responsibilities: Identify health/medical problems and provide treatment under the auspices of a licensed physician. Promote and provide healthcare maintenance through compliance with federal and state laws, state licenses, association accreditation, and institutional policies. Maintain and operate the health center in an efficient and professional manner. Assess and evaluate injuries or illnesses and provide CPR and first-aid treatment, dispense over-the-counter medication and/or refer to parent and physician as necessary. Dispense daily medication. Requirements: Proof of Michigan License as an R.N. required. Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing preferred, with at least two years of Public Health, pediatric, or school nursing experience recommended. Physical assessment skills are mandatory. Experience with databases that include medical information required. Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record.


COACHING OPPORTUNITIES – UPPER SCHOOL

The Upper School is seeking a Coach for the upcoming athletic season as follows:

Coaching Opportunities

  • JV Boys Tennis Assistant Coach (Fall Season: August 20 – October 11, 2018)

The Boys Middle School is seeking Coaches for the upcoming athletic seasons as follows:

Coaching Opportunities

  • Lacrosse Assistant  (April 3 – June 4th practice times 3:00 – 5:00pm Monday – Friday)
  • Cycling Assistant (April 3 – April 27th Monday – Friday 3:00 – 4:30pm)

CREATE CAMPS

Cranbrook Art Museum is looking for teaching and support staff for summer educational programs: CREATE CAMPS (K-9)

Summer programs are an amazing, enriching experience where teachers and staff educate and excite students of all ages about the arts. We hire approximately 25 staff at a range of experience levels from local communities and around the world.

Application materials are accepted on a rolling basis, and will remain open until positions are filled, with interviews beginning in March 2018. If interested, submit the information listed below, by email to humanresources@cranbrook.edu

Employment offers are contingent on satisfactory completion of background checks and references, and verification of the appropriate identity and employment eligibility documentation.

Questions? Contact Sarah Doty, Associate Curator of Education at sdoty@cranbrook.edu

CREATE CAMP SUPERVISORS 2 STAFF POSITIONS

Create Camps Supervisors oversee the day-to-day operations of all summer sessions. This responsibility is shared by dual Supervisors, with one supervising morning operations and the other, afternoon operations. Candidates should be extremely organized, with good communication skills; must be able to make quick decisions when appropriate, and be able to seek help and delegate when needed. Create Camp Supervisors oversee program operations and staff. Typical schedule is Monday–Friday, 6:45am–1:45pm or 10:30am–6:15pm, with longer days Mondays and Fridays; approximately 35-40 hours/week.

Responsibilities

  • Manage Teaching Artists, Classroom and Activity Coordinators ensuring each individual camp is running smoothly.
  • Organizing and managing all required camper paperwork, including morning sign-in and afternoon sign-out
  • Continual communications with campers and parents/guardians, delivering important information and documenting daily happenings in the Summer Programs Blog
  • Leading weekly meetings with camp staff

Required Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Completed Undergraduate Degree; Completed or in pursuit of Graduate Degree

Preferred Qualifications

  • Undergraduate and/or Graduate Degree in Arts Administration, Education, Fine Arts
  • Previous leadership and teaching experience

TEACHING ARTISTS - CREATE CAMPS (1st-9th grade) 5-8 STAFF POSITIONS

Create Camps’ Teaching Artists develop and implement daily classroom experiences in various studio concentrations; determine appropriate art materials; and make supply requests within alotted budgets. Teaching Artists must be multitaskers with endless enthusiasm, engaging students and able to foster an environment of innovation and self-expression. Teaching Artists teach one, three or four week session or (if eligible) two sessions, for a total of six to eight weeks (plus additional time for orientation, lesson planning, and classroom set-up). Typical schedule is Monday–Friday, 8:00am–3:30pm, with longer days Mondays and Fridays; approximately 35-40 hours/week.

Responsibilities

  • Integrate and develop new dynamic content, projects, and prototypes while implementing existing project plans, based on objects in the the museum’s collection and current exhibitions.
  • Capable of classroom control and management of students in a range of ages, creating an environment of creativity, innovation, and support during class time.
  • Classroom studio preparation and set-up, supply and material inventory and organization, daily/weekly studio clean-up
  • Help facilitate  and oversee lunch and outdoor activities during mid-day break for campers (1st-8th) after Mini Makers morning session ends
  • Attend weekly all team meetings and maintain open communication with Program Managers, Program Director, and Parents/Guardians

Required Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Completed Undergraduate Degree; Completed or in pursuit of Graduate Degree
  • Ability to lead indoor and outdoor recreation and activities

Preferred Qualifications

  • Undergraduate and/or Graduate Degree in Fine Arts, Elementary Education, Art Education
  • Previous teaching experience, or experience working with youth

TEACHING ARTISTS - MINI MAKERS (kindergarten) 1-2 STAFF POSITIONS

Mini Maker’s Teaching Artists develop and implement daily classroom experiences, and assist with camper management during lunch and outdoor activity. Teaching Artists teach for a total of four or eight weeks (plus additional time for orientation, lesson planning, and classroom set-up). Typical schedule is Monday–Friday, 8:00am–1pm; approximately 25 hours/week.

Responsibilities

  • Integrate and develop new dynamic content, projects, and prototypes while implementing existing project plans, based on objects in the the museum’s collection and current exhibitions.
  • Capable of classroom control and management of young students, creating an environment of creativity, innovation, and support during class time.
  • Classroom studio preparation and set-up, supply and material inventory and organization, daily/weekly studio clean-up
  • Attend weekly all team meetings and maintain open communication with Program Managers, Program Director, and Parents/Guardians

Required Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Completed Undergraduate Degree; Completed or in pursuit of Graduate Degree
  • Previous experience working with young children
  • Ability to lead indoor and outdoor recreation and activities

Preferred Qualifications

  • Undergraduate and/or Graduate Degree in Elementary Education, Art Education, or Studio Art/Design/Architecture
  • Previous teaching experience

CLASSROOM COORDINATORS (K-4th grade) 3-5 STAFF POSITIONS

Classroom Coordinators assist Teaching Artists with demonstrations and daily classroom management, monitor use of materials and supplies, assist with campers that need special attention, attend to minor first aid needs, and other duties as assigned. Classroom Coordinators can work four or eight week sessions. Typical schedule for kindergarten position is Monday–Friday, 8:00am–1pm; 25 hours/week.  Typical schedule for 1st–4th grade is Monday–Friday, 8:00am–3:30pm; approximately  30-35 hours/week.

Required Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Completed or in pursuit of Undergraduate Degree
  • Ability to lead indoor and outdoor recreation and activities

Preferred Qualifications

  • Undergraduate focus in Elementary Education, Art Education, or Studio Art/Design/Architecture
  • Previous experience working with young children

ACTIVITY COORDINATORS (all grades) 2-4 STAFF POSITIONS

Activity Coordinators supervise students in extended AM and PM care for students who arrive before the start of camp and depart after the end of camp, as well as lunch and classroom breaks. Assist with camp operations, which may include material preparation, photo documentation, blog posting, and other duties as assigned. Activity Coordinators can work four or eight week sessions. Typical schedule is Monday–Friday, either morning (6:45 am–1:30 pm) or afternoon (11:15 am–6:15 pm) shifts; approximately 30-35 hours/week.

Responsibilities

  • Ensuring the safety, security, and well-being of students during extended care, lunch, and outdoor activities. This includes maintaining classroom control and management of students in a range of ages.
  • Develop and facilitate craft projects, games, group collaborations - welcoming students to camp for the day, and allowing them to unwind at the end of the day.
  • Maintain open communication with Program Managers, Program Director, and Parents/Guardians. Communicating with parents at drop-off and pick-up.
  • Assist with administrative and organizational assistance, materials management, and clean-up duties as requested

Required Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Completed or in pursuit of Undergraduate Degree
  • Ability to lead indoor and outdoor recreation and activities

Preferred Qualifications

  • Undergraduate focus in Elementary Education, Art Education, or Studio Art/Design/Architecture
  • Previous experience working with young children

Gardener

The Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary is looking to hire a temporary Gardener to assist volunteers with the care of the 40 acres of gardens around the historic Cranbrook House for the 2018 season.  Assistance will include weeding, edging, planting, pruning and trimming, and general clean-up of garden areas.  The position will work under the direction of the Auxiliary Gardens Management Co-Chairs.  Previous gardening experience is required.  The position will work 20 hours per week, with flexible scheduling, from April through the end of October.  Please submit a resume and completed Cranbrook Employee Application to:  Cranbrook – HR, P.O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI  48303-0801, or fax (248) 645-3014, or email humanresources@cranbrook.edu.  Our Employee Application can be downloaded from Cranbrook’s Employment Page at www.cranbrook.edu.


Gardener Assistant

The Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary is looking to hire a temporary Gardener Assistant to assist volunteers with the care of the 40 acres of gardens around the historic Cranbrook House for the 2018 season.  Assistance will include weeding, edging, planting, pruning and trimming, and general clean-up of garden areas.  The position will work under the direction of the Auxiliary Gardens Management Co-Chairs.  Previous gardening experience is helpful.  The position will work 20 hours per week, with flexible scheduling, from June through August.  Please submit a resume and completed Cranbrook Employee Application to:  Cranbrook – HR, P.O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI  48303-0801, or fax (248) 645-3014, or email humanresources@cranbrook.edu.  Our Employee Application can be downloaded from Cranbrook’s Employment Page at www.cranbrook.edu.


Grounds Worker

This position performs basic grounds maintenance work using hand tools, walk-behind and riding motorized equipment. Responsibilities include: Mow, edge, trim, and aerate lawns. Weed, water, fertilize, and spray lawns. Assist with pruning duties. Snow and ice removal by hand and with motorized equipment. Litter and leaf removal. Routine maintenance of groundskeeping equipment. Moving of bleachers or picnic tables. Other duties as assigned. Requirements: High school diploma or GED. Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory record. Minimum of one-year experience in grounds maintenance and the operation of mechanized equipment are preferred. Good mechanical aptitude/abilities. There are several temporary positions opening for the spring/summer season.


Library Assistant

Provides clerical and paraprofessional support in the Brookside Library. Responsibilities include: Manages the circulation desk and assists with daily check in and out of materials, shelving of materials, writing and posting of overdue lists, letters and billing of students accounts; faculty over-dues and notices. Facilitates scheduling and job tasks for library volunteers. Provides clerical support for library services. Assists with student and faculty orientation and library skills classes (students and faculty in library use). Assists with preparing bibliographies and in research projects. And more. Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required; Library Technician Degree preferred.  Academic library experience preferred, but not essential.  Must be proficient with library circulation systems (Epitech Horizon), and skilled with Microsoft Office (Word and Excel). This is a part-time school session position, working 20 hours per week from the last week of August through June each year.


Lifeguard - Williams Natatorium

The Natatorium lifeguard is responsible for ensuring members and guests a safe and positive recreational experience, while upholding the two primary responsibilities - preventing accidents and responding to emergencies. Other duties include: Keep the pool, pool area, locker rooms, and office clean and neat at all times; be knowledgeable of the pool rules and enforce them tactfully; attend all in-service training programs; be knowledgeable about the emergency action plan, pool facilities, equipment, hours of operation, and pool events; other duties as assigned. Current lifeguard training certification, current community CPR certification, and current standard first aid certification are required.


Office Administrator

Provide logistical support for summer camps, including work orders, transportation requests, room reservations, scheduling, catering requests, snacks and supply purchasing, IT requests, security requests, radio distribution, key requests, ID issuing, pool scheduling, merchandise and apparel purchasing and inventory, and other needs related to event and program management. Requirements: Completion of a high school diploma. Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record. Extensive technical skills, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations. Proven proficiency at effective prioritization and multitasking. Completion of a Baccalaureate Degree in Education or related field preferred. Knowledge of financial tools and accounting software a plus. Student behavioral management, interdepartmental communication, and parent relations experience a plus. This is a temporary position, and employment will run from 6/4/18 – 8/10/18 during the summer camp program.


Office Administrator

Respond to or distribute incoming phone calls and emails to appropriate camp staff. Monitor and communicate via radio to main office and other camps. Utilize the camp database and create reports. Create, process, and send camp announcements, newsletters, and follow-up communications. Submit work orders for facility usage and transportation. Provide prompt responses to program inquiries and establish efficient working relationships with CEC personnel and program participants. Requirements: H.S. diploma required. Excellent interpersonal skills and phone/email manner required. Effective prioritization and multitasking. Computer proficiency required. Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record required. This is a temporary position, and employment will run from 6/14/18 – 8/12/18 during the summer camp program.


Museum Educator – Institute of Science

The Museum Educator will be responsible for development, coordination and delivery of educational programs in the museum, offsite, through distance learning and special events.  This position operates in and out of an office/museum environment with exposure to crowds, noise, chemicals and in various educational and public settings. Requirements: Undergraduate degree in an area of science or education. Knowledge of Science concepts, with in-depth background in one or more disciplines. A minimum of 3 years experience developing curriculum for and teaching a variety of ages, either formal or informal. Strong organizational skills. Must be willing to try new ideas to keep up with current developments in teacher education. Proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Enthusiasm for the subject and an eagerness to share that enthusiasm with learners of all ages. A valid Michigan Driver license with satisfactory driving record required. This is a temporary position that will run through 6/30/18, and the hours will vary.


Natatorium Supervisor - Williams Natatorium

The Natatorium Supervisor is responsible for: Monitoring the lifeguards and ensuring that guests follow the natatorium guidelines; being knowledgeable about the emergency action plan, pool facilities, equipment, programs, hours of operation, and pool events; properly completing required maintenance and paperwork of the facility; the proper shut down and opening of the facility when necessary, including monitoring that patrons exit the pool, locker rooms, observation areas and hallways; other duties as assigned. Previous experience instructing, managing, and/or developing programs is required. Previous lifeguard experience and current lifeguard certification are desirable.


Program Presenter                                                                                         

The Outreach Program Presenter presents lessons, large group assemblies and multi-hour large events to school groups and the general public in the topics of Physics, Geology, Paleontology, Astronomy and Anthropology.  Program Presenters are expected to demonstrate excellent presentation and classroom management skills as well as familiarity with topics. Requirements: Completed college level science, social science or education courses with one year of experience in teaching a variety of ages, either formal or informal. Certification in elementary or middle school education is preferred. Enthusiasm for the subject and an eagerness to share that enthusiasm with learners of all ages with ability to independently problem solve. Proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Customer service experience and the ability to positively and effectively work with the public, school personnel, students, and volunteers required. Requires a valid Michigan driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record. These temporary positions will last until 6/30/18.


RESIDENT CURATORIAL FELLOWSHIP
The Jeanne and Ralph Graham Collections Fellow
CRANBROOK ART MUSEUM

Cranbrook Art Museum is accepting applications for a full-time (40 hours per week) curatorial assistant in residence as its 2018–2019 Jeanne and Ralph Graham Collections Fellow. This is a unique opportunity for an emerging museum curator with a passion for art, craft, and design history to play an important role in the presentation and interpretation of Cranbrook’s diverse collections and exhibitions programs.

The Fellow is a key member of the curatorial team and is actively involved in both research as well as the development and execution of temporary exhibitions. The intimate scale of the institution insures that Fellows are exposed to all aspects of museum operations. Since its inception in 1998, the Jeanne and Ralph Graham Collections Fellowship at Cranbrook Art Museum has attracted talented new curators who have gone on to lead curatorial programs in major museums across the country.

Reporting directly to the Art Museum Director and Curator of Contemporary Art and Design, and working collaboratively with the staff of the Art Museum as well as the Academy of Art, and other Cranbrook units, the Fellow will assist in the research and development of exhibitions; conduct research on the holdings of the Art Museum; and help with the display and interpretation of art. The fellowship is a full-time curatorial position that:

  • conducts research and helps develop exhibitions;
  • conducts research on the museum’s holdings and potential acquisitions and prepares related texts and presentations for Cranbrook’s governance bodies;
  • conducts object research and assists with display and interpretation within the museum’s open storage Collections Wing;
  • writes interpretive texts for exhibitions, programs, acquisitions, and projects;
  • conducts private tours of temporary exhibitions and the Collections Wing for special guests of Cranbrook.
  • works with the Art Museum Director, Curator of Contemporary Art and Design, and other museum staff to present the exhibition program;
  • assists in collections-based education programs for students and adults;
  • attends and participates in Art Museum staff meetings;
  • facilitates research requests and inquiries about the collections;
  • assists with cataloging records and representing the collections on the Art Museum’s website;

About Cranbrook

Cranbrook Art Museum is a leading venue for the presentation of twentieth- and twenty-first-century art, craft, architecture, and design. The Art Museum is located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, a suburb of metropolitan Detroit, on a beautiful 319-acre historic landmark campus of the Cranbrook Educational Community. The Art Museum is affiliated with Cranbrook Academy of Art, a top-ranked residential graduate school of art, architecture, craft, and design. In 2011, the Art Museum completed a complete renovation of its original 1942 Art Museum and Art Library building by Eliel Saarinen and created a new Collections Wing, a purpose-built, state-of-the-art handling and storage facility for its collections, which allows for a curated and publicly accessible viewing of selections from nearly 7,000 works of art.

Requirements

The ideal candidate should have an M.A. in art history, architectural history, decorative arts, design history, material culture, or a related field (completion of M.A. coursework required), with an emphasis on 20th-century art and architecture and a specialty/interest in the decorative arts, craft, and/or design; demonstrated object-based research and interpretation skills; outstanding speaking, writing, and editing skills; attention to detail; strong computer skills (Microsoft Office and PowerPoint); and collections database experience (TMS strongly preferred). Previous curatorial experience or internships preferred but not required. Knowledge of aspects of the Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) are helpful, but not required.

Compensation

The 12-month fellowship begins in July 2018 and continues through June 30, 2019. The fellowship is subject to renewal for a second year, based on performance, allowing for the continued development and realization of larger projects. This is a full-time (40 hour per week), paid hourly position, with an annualized compensation of up to $30,120, which also comes with a free apartment on the Cranbrook campus (no pets or smoking permitted).  The position is also eligible for the Blue Cross Blue Shield Simply Blue medical plan.

Applications

Please send letter (including Fellowship and career goals), résumé, writing sample, list of three references, and completed Cranbrook Employee Application to:

Cranbrook, Human Resources, P. O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48303-0801, or email humanresources@cranbrook.edu

Cranbrook is an equal opportunity employer and strives to provide a work environment that welcomes diversity.


Substitute Teachers - Lower School

Substitute teaching positions are available at Cranbrook's Lower School (Brookside). Brookside is a Pre-K through 5th grade school, which offers substitutes a variety of quality teaching experiences. Substitute teachers must have a Bachelor's degree and teaching experience, with Teacher Certification strongly preferred. Substitute Assistant Teachers must have a background in Education or related field and/or experience with young children. Please note that Cranbrook Schools use PESG for their substitute teachers. To learn more about how you can become a PESG substitute teacher at Cranbrook please follow the link to get started on an application. https://Homeroom.MyPESG.com


Substitute Teachers - Middle Schools

Substitute teaching positions are available at Cranbrook's Boys and Girls’ Middle Schools. The Middle School's mission is to provide a program that has high academic standards in an environment where young people feel encouraged and supported as they learn and grow. A minimum of a Bachelor's degree and teaching experience is required, with experience teaching adolescent girls and/or boys preferred. Please note that Cranbrook Schools use PESG for their substitute teachers. To learn more about how you can become a PESG substitute teacher at Cranbrook please follow the link to get started on an application. https://Homeroom.MyPESG.com


Substitute Teachers - Upper School

Substitute teaching positions are available at Cranbrook's Upper School for all disciplines. Cranbrook provides students with challenging and comprehensive college preparatory education, and offers substitutes a variety of quality teaching experiences. A minimum of a Bachelor's degree and teaching experience is required. Please note that Cranbrook Schools use PESG for their substitute teachers. To learn more about how you can become a PESG substitute teacher at Cranbrook please follow the link to get started on an application. https://Homeroom.MyPESG.com


Summer Art Studio Instructor

Instructors provide instruction to campers in classic art forms such as drawing, composition, painting, and sculpture, and help expand their horizons into contemporary subjects such as building, illustration, ceramics, and photography utilizing media ranging from the classic pencil and paper to digital programs. Interact with families and campers in a positive, nurturing and enriching manner. Create lesson plans and supply requirements and present these for approval to the camp director. Supervise and manage all campers to ensure consistent engagement and safety for each camper during the activity. Provide enriching and creative growth experiences within the camp activities. Requirements: HS diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred. Experience and passion in one or more of the subjects required. Excellent interpersonal skills. Patience and the ability to effectively engage very young children. Teaching, tutoring or child care experience required. Effective prioritization and multitasking. Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record.

 


 

Summer Camp Canoe Instructor

Deliver canoeing instruction and activities that are safe, fun, and appropriate to the campers’ age and abilities. Assist in the management to the physical operation of the boating facilities and equipment. Interact with families and campers in a positive, nurturing and enriching manner. Create lesson plans and supply requirements and present these for approval to the camp director. Supervise and manage all campers to ensure consistent engagement and safety for each camper during the activity. Provide enriching and creative growth experiences within the camp activities. Requirements: HS diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred. Current certification in lifeguard training or equivalent. Current instructional certification in canoeing. Current certification in first aid and CPR required. Prior experience at a waterfront similar to the camp. Excellent interpersonal skills. Patience and the ability to effectively engage very young children. Teaching, tutoring or child care experience required. Effective prioritization and multitasking. Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record.

 


Summer Camp Counselor

Duties: Supervise and be accountable for campers during the camp day including pick-up/drop-off, activities, lunchtime, transitions, and downtime. Provide consistent positive engagement with and safety for each camper. Lead enriching and creative experiences and activities when assigned. Qualifications: High school diploma; Childcare experience, 18+ years of age; Superior problem-solving skills and ability to relate with campers, staff, and parents. Preferred: Currently attending or graduated from college, camp employment experience. Timeframe: Applicants must be able to work the entire length of camp. View online Camp Selection form for details. Wage: $11.23 per hour. To Apply: Complete online Camp Selection Form at http://bit.ly/2nfWQdl and follow additional instructions.


Summer Camp Instructor

Duties: Prepare and deliver quality instruction and programming, supervise campers, prepare lesson plans and supply lists, communicate with parents regarding campers' experiences, maintain accreditation and licensing standards and rules, support camp director and staff to improve health, safety, and happiness of campers. Qualifications: High school diploma; Experience in activity, teaching experience, certified in activity (if applicable); Superior problem-solving skills and ability to relate with campers, staff, and parents. Preferred: Currently attending or graduated from college, camp employment experience. Timeframe: Applicants must be able to work the entire length of camp. View online Camp Selection Form for details. Wage: Commensurate with experience. To Apply: Complete online Camp Selection Form at http://bit.ly/2nfWQdl and follow additional instructions.


Summer Camp Photographer

Duties: Enhance camp experience for parents through photography. Maintaining photo gallery section of database. Photograph and video each day to capture positive camper moments, interactions with staff, and campus beauty. Organize, choose, enhance, and upload photos. Compile select photos for SSP marketing initiatives. Qualifications: High school diploma; Valid driver's license with satisfactory driving record; Photography expertise, personal high-end camera, computer skills, 300+ daily photos on 319 acres; Customer service skills. Preferred: Degree in photography or related field, video and edited experience, attending/graduated college. Timeframe: Applicants must be able to work the entire length of camp. View online Camp Selection Form for details. Wage: $10.66 per hour. To Apply: Complete online Camp Selection Form at http://bit.ly/2nfWQdl and follow additional instructions.


Visitor Services Representative

To provide enthusiastic and educational customer service to all museum visitors and constituents, ensure protection of works on display in the galleries, and support the Visitor Service Supervisors and museum operations as necessary. Responsibilities include: Welcoming and engaging all Museum visitors and constituents, orientate them to the Museum facility, and introduce current exhibitions and programs. Performing the role of Gallery Educator by circulating through the galleries, engaging visitors in dialogue, provide information on the exhibition or artists, and be aware of security issues pertaining to the art work or Art Museum visitors. Remind visitors that photographing the art and physical contact with the art is prohibited, and that food and beverages are not permitted. Relieving the Visitor Services Supervisors at the front desk and perform all of the operations of the front desk with the exception of opening/closing security duties and end-of-day reporting/balancing. Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required (BFA or MFA preferred). Customer service experience required. Ability to work with the public, school personnel, students, and volunteers with ease and enthusiasm. Willingness to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends. Computer experience required; additional training on specialized software is provided. Ability to manage several projects simultaneously. This is a part-time position, working less than 20 hours per week.