Key Accountabilities: 
  • Responsible for developing and delivering programming/resources for International Schools under the direction of Head of School Programmes, and overseen by the Deputy Director, Learning & Outreach
  • Work with direct supervisor to identify and establish medium to short term priorities and targets for programmes and projects, in line with the QM’s policies and guidelines and ensures their successful execution.
  • Development and delivery of programmes, projects, and resources for International Schools audiences under direction of Head of Schools and Deputy Director Learning & Outreach
  • Support Head of Schools Programmes to map out the International School’s curriculum and linking it to the development of programmes
  • Co-ordinate delivery staff for programmes and projects including QCM staff and volunteers
  • Ensure schools and families receive information on programmes and services they can utilize; ensure upkeep of this information on website
  • Maintain strong communication with schools and family stakeholders. Liaise with school and family stakeholders, under the direction of Head of Schools, to facilitate their knowledge of museums and programmes; via written and vocal communication
  • Produce reports with analysis and comments on performance and results.
  • Maintain schools and families databases
  • Represent International Schools needs in meetings and planning processes as requested and co-ordinate with other museum staff on inclusion of International Schools audiences in museum initiatives
  • Input into operational strategy and procedures
  • Input into fit-out of Schools Area
  • Input into on-gallery programming strategy and planning in pre-opening phase
  • Input into facilitation recruitment and training in pre-opening phase
  • Manage and assist in selected special projects and performs other related duties, as assigned
  • Participate in all professional development training set by QCM Director; actively seek out additional training, conferences, etc., that are directly relevant to work area; actively review all other training opportunities offered.



  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Museums Studies, Fine Arts, Education, Child Development, or related field
  • Graduate with excellent time management, attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge of education and keen interest in museums and children; confidence in public-speaking and a friendly and outgoing personality
  • Bilingual (Arabic-English) with a wide range of written and verbal communication skills