Manager of K12 Digital & Educator Initiatives

The Phillips Collection

1600 21st Street, NW

Washington, DC  20009


The Phillips Collection is seeking a Manager of K12 Digital & Educator Initiatives who will manage and coordinate the museum’s K-12 educator initiatives by strategically innovating and implementing digital programs and resources for K-12 audiences. This position will collaborate with the K-12 team to design and implement a robust and innovative K-12 portfolio of programs; manage all aspects of teacher programs; and contribute to ongoing museum-wide digital initiatives among other things.  Must have an M.A. in Education, Museum Education, Digital Engagement or a related field or commensurate experience.  Possess a broad knowledge of Arts Integration, modern art, K-12 learning theory, and museum practices.  If you have a demonstrated capacity for strategic and innovative thinking, and are skilled in new technologies for K-12 education and museums, including website management (CMS) and social media, please review the full position description and apply online at


The Phillips Collection is an equal opportunity employer and administers all employment decisions and personnel actions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic disposition or carrier status, marital status, veteran status, personal appearance, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, or any other category protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Encounter superb works of modern art in an intimate setting at The Phillips Collection, opened to the public in 1921 in Washington’s vibrant Dupont Circle neighborhood. Paintings by Renoir and Rothko, Bonnard and O'Keeffe, van Gogh and Diebenkorn are among the many stunning impressionist and modern works that fill the museum. Its distinctive building combines extensive new galleries with the former home of its founder, Duncan Phillips. The collection continues to develop with selective new acquisitions, many by contemporary artists, including Wolfgang Laib, Whitfield Lovell, and Leo Villareal. Frequent changes in the arrangement of the permanent collection mean that there's something fresh on every visit to the Phillips. rnrnThe Phillips’s impact spreads nationally and internationally through its highly distinguished special exhibitions, programs, and events that catalyze dialogue surrounding the continuity between art of the past and the present. Among the Phillips’s esteemed programs are its award-winning education programs for educators, students, and adults; well-established Phillips Music series; and sell-out Phillips after 5 events. The museum contributes to the art conversation on a global scale with events like Conversations with Artists and the International Forum. The Phillips Collection values its community partnerships with the University of Maryland—the museum’s nexus for academic work, scholarly exchange, and interdisciplinary collaborations—and THEARC—the museum’s new campus serving the Southeast DC community. The Phillips Collection is a private, non-government museum, supported primarily by donations. rnrnMission StatementrnrnThe Phillips Collection is an "intimate museum combined with an experiment station."–Duncan Phillips, 1926rnrnThe Phillips Collection is an exceptional collection of modern and contemporary art in a dynamic environment for collaboration, innovation, engagement with the world, scholarship, and new forms of public participation.