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Administrative/Director

Deputy Director

Helen Day Art Center Stowe, VT
Helen Day Art Center is hiring a full time, salaried Deputy Director. We are one of the region’s primary contemporary art exhibition and education resources, offering a range of dynamic programming that asserts the value of art and engages approximately 75,000 people each year as visitors, students, volunteers, creators, and patrons. We seek a proven leader who values innovation and passion of the organization to join our collaborative work environment. Salary package commensurate with experience. The Deputy Director will assume a senior leadership role in the advancement of the organization. This position reports to the ED, and provides leadership and direction to the staff. The primary responsibility of the Deputy Director is to support the Executive Director (ED) in fulfilling the strategic plan and mission of the organization. Full details can be found here - https://www.helenday.com/about/careers.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: Salary package commensurate with experience
Posted on: 09/20/2017

Revolution 250 Coordinator

Massachusetts Historical Society Boston, MA
Lead the Revolution! Revolution 250 is seeking a part time coordinator to help the emerging organization transition to a larger public role. Revolution 250 is planning major celebrations for the 250th anniversaries of the beginning of the American Revolution in New England. Revolution 250 is a coalition of historical organizations operating under the fiscal sponsorship of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Opportunity for a motivated individual to help build a thriving coalition made up of nonprofit, governmental, and for-profit historical and travel organizations in the northeast. Coordinator will work with the advisory committee of Revolution 250 to increase public awareness, recruit new partners, forge relationships with government representatives, and develop a master plan for the coming years. Potential for growth and expansion with Revolution 250. Revolution 250 has funding for the contracted position for six (6) months, however additional funding to extend the contract may be available. The Revolution 250 employee will work from the Massachusetts Historical Society headquarters at 1154 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215. Relevant skills include: • Excellent communication skills in both written and public presentations • Interest in the history of the American Revolution • Knowledge of nonprofit operations • Experience with fundraising in a nonprofit environment • Office skills including preparing presentations, maintaining databases, conducting mailings, preparing and disseminating correspondences and newsletters, managing social media, etc. The ideal candidate will have: • A BA or MA in American history, public history, or a related field • 2-3 years’ experience in nonprofit work, travel and tourism, or project management • A desire to move into a leadership role in a cultural institution Revolution 250 employees will be subject to Massachusetts Historical Society policies. Please send letter of interest and resume via email or US Postal Service to: Gavin Kleespies Director of Programs Massachusetts Historical Society 1154 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02215 gkleespies@masshist.org
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE: $18-20 per hour
Posted on: 09/06/2017

Deputy Director of Programs

New Art Center Newtonville, MA
Position Details Manage evaluation and goal setting of a faculty of 30-40 artist/teachers, studio managers, Exhibition Manager, Registrar and Office Manager. Design and oversee implementation of curriculum; evaluate and supervise arts instruction for art students ranging from young children to seasoned adults. Serve as the internal leader of the organization; provide all staff with a strong, supportive, approachable presence, empowering staff building clear goals and work plans, access to resources, accountability, and troubleshooting. Lead performance management efforts to evaluate and measure progress against goals, and promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement. Oversee exhibition program of 12-14 exhibitions per year in 2 galleries, including artist residency and community programming. Promote an organizational culture of reflection, curiosity, analysis, benchmarking, innovation, and open mutual feedback. Assist and participate in development of vision, goals and objectives to outline and implement the next phase of New Art Center’s strategic plan. Work as a team with Executive Director and fund development staff to promote awareness and sustainability of the New Art Center. Work closely with the Executive Director on internal team building, organizational development, fundraising, and strategic planning. Represent the organization externally as necessary. Represent the organization in professional associations relating to arts education and community. Please send resumes to: newartcenterhr@gmail.com
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: 55,000 - 65, 000
Posted on: 09/06/2017

Director, Portsmouth400

Portsmouth Historical Society Portsmouth, NH
Director, Portsmouth400. This full-time, year round position is part of the staff of Portsmouth Historical Society (PHS), a fast paced nonprofit which operates Discover Portsmouth – a multi-program museum/ welcome center – and the John Paul Jones House, a national historic landmark. The position has oversight of Portsmouth 400, an inclusive celebration of the diverse and dramatic evolution of New Hampshire’s only seaport, a celebration that will layer in programs and events leading up to 2023 and beyond. (The contract between PHS and the City of Portsmouth runs from July 1, 2017-June 30, 2024.) This leadership position will be the main point of contact for Portsmouth400, responding to both media and community members and institutions pitching ideas for participation in the program. The director will be deeply involved in fundraising, accounting, volunteer management, event planning, operations, and marketing and will be supported by key staff at PHS. This individual, with an office at Discover Portsmouth, reports to the PHS Executive Director; facilitates/acts as liaison to the Steering Committee for the Portsmouth400, a committee of the PHS board of trustees; coordinates activities with City staff, oversees communications with and reports to the City of Portsmouth. Send cover and resume to resumes@portsmouthhistory.org by 9/18/17.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/30/2017

Executive Director

CT Humanities Middletown, CT
Search for an Executive Director at CT Humanities Connecticut Humanities (CTH) is seeking an Executive Director who will advance our mission of promoting intellectual curiosity, understanding, critical thinking and lifelong learning through partnerships, collaborative programming and grants. Since 1974, the Connecticut Humanities Council Inc. has been the chief advocate in support of the state’s museums and historical societies, promoting the need for scholarship and intellectual integrity. Public engagement with literature, specifically library-based reading programs, has been a core offering in our promotion of general literacy in Connecticut. Please click here to view full profile and details on applying: https://cthumanities.org/about/employment/
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: 2039376648
Posted on: 08/28/2017

Museum Director

Old Stone House Museum Brownington, VT
Museum Description: The Old Stone House Museum, located in Brownington, Vermont, opened in 1925 as the museum of Orleans County history. The Museum is comprised of seven historic buildings and 60 acres of grounds, and is within the Brownington Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is operated under the auspices of the Orleans County Historical Society, whose mission is to preserve, protect, and promote the Museum; collect, record, and preserve materials relating to Orleans County; and develop educational programs and promote research relating to Orleans County. The Museum hosts classes and events throughout the year, both on and off campus. Programs ranging from school field days in the Spring and Fall, to Summer history day camp and Adult traditional crafts classes, encourage an interest and respect for the history of the area. The Samuel Read Hall Education Center, offering graduate level courses, is the Museum’s outreach to teachers throughout Vermont and beyond to further their professional skills. Special events and facilities rentals (such as weddings and family reunions) also help to generate income for programs and the general fund. Annual events such as the Gala Auction fundraiser, the Apple and Cheese tasting in September, and Old Stone House Day in August help to keep the public involved in supporting the Museum. For the full job description please visit http://oldstonehousemuseum.org/employment/
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/23/2017

Executive Director

Esplanade Association Boston, MA
The Esplanade Association is the only independent nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing and enhancing the Charles River Esplanade, one of Boston’s most beautiful and iconic public parks. The Esplanade Association works to maintain, improve, and preserve the park and engage the community by providing educational, cultural, and recreational programs for the millions of visitors each year who come to enjoy the riverside green space. The organization seeks an experienced and charismatic Executive Director to lead and build upon its track record of revitalizing and enhancing the Esplanade and building support for this unique public space. Working with an engaged Board and committed team, the Executive Director will establish a clear strategic direction for deepening the organization’s impact and reach. A natural relationship builder, the Executive Director will establish, cultivate, and maintain strong working partnerships with staff, key stakeholders, funders, and the DCR. The Executive Director will be instrumental in ensuring the organization’s continued success by developing a strategy to increase the organization’s fundraising potential and activities. The Executive Director will be committed to supporting existing core programs and maintaining a cohesive, positive organizational culture that emphasizes collaboration and accountability while supporting an open climate that attracts, retains, and motivates a diverse staff of top quality people. You can view the full job description here: https://koyapartners.com/search/ea-executive-director-21/. Molly Brennan and Alena Guerra of Koya Leadership Partners have been exclusively retained for this search. To express your interest in this role, please submit your materials here: https://koya.refineapp.com/jobPosting/apply/1785.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/23/2017

Executive Director

New Bedford Art Museum / ArtWorks! New Bedford, MA
Seeking an Executive Director looking for opportunity to help shape our future direction and take us to the next level. NBAM, New Bedford’s art museum, is a non-collecting “gem” located in the great arts & culture community of historic downtown New Bedford, serving both the local audience and the tourist. The Board of Trustees seeks a museum professional with strong development skills experienced in leading a visual art organization. The ED is responsible for overseeing operations and working closely with the Board to ensure the Museum’s success and sustainability. The Executive Director should possess: Demonstrated grant writing and fundraising experience Experience in the museum field Demonstrated leadership ability in managing staff and volunteers and working with donors Ability to represent the Museum’s mission/vision dynamically to funders, partners and community Strong financial management skills Masters or advanced certificate in arts administration, museum studies or similar degree preferred. Responsibilities include: Works with Trustees to plan and provide for necessary funds, ensuring the current and long term financial viability of the Museum. Works with Development Committee to maintain communication with individual, corporate and foundation contributors and granting organizations. Actively builds new relationships. Serves as liaison to Museum members and to educational organizations, businesses, government entities and the community at large. Prepares and dispenses news releases and promotional material Responsible for directing the day-to-day operation and resources of the Museum to fulfill the organization’s mission. This is a full time exempt position with benefits requiring occasional evenings and weekends. Send a cover letter and resume to applications@newbedfordart.org by September 15, 2017.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/22/2017

Executive Director

Wellesley Historical Society Wellesley, MA
The Wellesley Historical Society is seeking an experienced, self-motivated and detail-oriented person to become its next full-time Executive Director. Founded in 1925, the Wellesley Historical Society's mission is to collect, interpret and display resources pertaining to the town's history and to promote public involvement in, and appreciation of its heritage. The new director will work closely with the Board of Directors to lead the Society through a period of exciting organizational growth, including a capital campaign for the renovation of its new headquarters. The Executive Director is responsible for managing the Society's day-to-day operations including communications and marketing, supervising the Curator and curatorial staff, coordinating annual fundraising and membership solicitations, overseeing budgeting and financial controls, coordinating and implementing programs and exhibition development, and providing support to the President and the Board of Directors. The successful candidate will have a Master’s Degree and/or a minimum of three to five years of museum administration experience, and strong interpersonal, administrative, and organizational skills. Experience with collections management software, such as PastPerfect, is preferred. Qualified candidates should be energetic, creative, and resourceful and be able to interact effectively with local media, schools, community groups, and the public. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please send cover letter and resume to the Search Committee, Wellesley Historical Society, 229 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02481 or email info@wellesleyhistoricalsociety.org. Applications will be accepted until September 29, 2017.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/18/2017

Manager of Administrative Operations

Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology Cambridge, MA
The Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) seeks a Manager of Administrative Operations (MAO) who will perform institutional planning and resource management and guarantee the smooth operations of a large, complex, university-based museum. Reporting to both the museum’s Director and OEB’s Executive Director, the MAO will collaborate with administrative officers of the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB). The MAO will serve as the principal point of contact and manager for numerous projects, including review of organizational structure, emergency management planning, digital technology initiatives, human resource management, financial planning, library re-envisioning, and benchmarking and data analysis. The MAO will directly supervise museum administrative staff. Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. Must have at least 8 years of progressively responsible administrative management experience, including staff supervision, financial management, and sponsored research experience in an academic or research environment. Additional Qualifications: Proven track record in building consensus among diverse constituencies. Excellent organizational, project management, and creative problem-solving skills. Ability to work as a member of a team. Excellent written and oral communication skills, strong interpersonal and negotiation skills, and a transparent leadership style. Must be comfortable with and able to lead organizational change. Must be comfortable with digital technology and communication, website management, and possess strong computer skills. Harvard experience desirable. Apply through Harvard Careers: employment.harvard.edu. Search for requisition#: 43195BR. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/09/2017

Collections

Project Archivist

Maine Maritime Museum Bath, ME
The Project Archivist works to arrange and describe a variety of manuscript material relating to Maine and American vessels, wooden shipbuilding, shipping, and other maritime subjects. Additional areas of involvement include supervising volunteer staff and/or a part-time library assistant (or summer intern). There are many collections or archives requiring cataloguing, including photographic material to be arranged and indexed. Archivist will sort out the various sub-collections, arrange them, perform various maintenance tasks (removing metal fasteners, re-housing in acid-free material), and produce detailed finding aids compatible with others in the library. General assistance with other library functions and planning will be expected, but the primary duties will be archival work. For more information about this position, please visit www.MaineMaritimeMuseum.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Contract
SALARY RANGE: $20.00 per hour
Posted on: 09/20/2017

Curator of American Art

Worcester Art Museum Worcester, MA
The Worcester Art Museum seeks an exceptional Curator of American Art to lead a distinctive program centered on the Museum’s significant American collections. The Curator will shape the reinstallation of the American collections and develop a dynamic range of exhibitions, publications, and programs, meant to increase WAM's audiences, contribute scholarship to the field, and enhance patronage for the curatorial program and the entire museum. The Curator will collaborate with colleagues to create meaningful connections by integrating collections across departments and media, recommending acquisitions, proposing de-accessioning, and soliciting gifts. Commitment to interpreting and presenting works of art to a diverse audience is essential. The Curator will lead project teams, collaborating with other curators and Education, Design, Conservation, Registration, and Marketing, while fostering the Museum’s values of innovation, relevance, sustainability, and audience engagement. The Curator will also work closely with Advancement to acquire necessary resources and support the Museum's cultivation efforts and campaigns. In addition, the Curator will create interdisciplinary collaborations with the area’s many educational institutions, including the 13 colleges and universities in and around Worcester. A Ph.D. is strongly preferred, as are a broad knowledge of art history, five or more years of curatorial experience, and expertise in American art from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. More information is at http://www.worcesterart.org/information/jobs.html. Qualified applicants please send CV and cover letter to the Director of Human Resources, Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester MA, 01609, or email humanresources@worcesterart.org by October 9, 2017. WAM is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/19/2017

Curator of Rare Books and Head of Special Collections

Boston Athenæum Boston, MA
The Trustees of the Boston Athenæum are committed to elevating the profile of the Special Collections for public enjoyment and for research. The organization seeks an accomplished, inspiring leader to head this effort, while also serving as curator of rare books—the core collection of more than 150,000 volumes, primarily American and European, focused in the humanities. The curatorial responsibilities comprise the majority of the role. The successful candidate will be an intellectually agile curator and effective manager, committed to realizing the full potential of the Athenæum’s extraordinary holdings across a spectrum of rare materials—from rare books, maps, and manuscripts, to prints, drawings, and photographs, to paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts. S/he will work with colleagues from across the organization to integrate access to, research into, and presentation of the Special Collections. S/he will have a record of success in cultivating donors and raising funds for Special Collections projects. Please visit http://www.bostonathenaeum.org/about/employment/jobs for more information.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Registrar

Adirondack Experience (formerly Adirondack Museum) Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Adirondack Experience seeks a creative, highly motivated individual with strong organizational skills, professional demeanor and great attention to detail to work with the Collections Department. Under the direction and supervision of the Chief Curator, this position performs responsibilities related to the documentation, care, and preservation of the museum collection and is responsible for working with staff to install and maintain collection items on exhibit. This position is primarily responsible for the intellectual control of the permanent collection. The Registrar may participate on museum development teams for all visitor experiences as assigned. This position offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of American history and museum practices. A master’s degree in museum studies is preferred and 2-3 years’ experience in museum work is required. Candidate must have strong administrative, verbal and written communications skills and have the ability to articulate the mission of the institution. The individual must have the ability to manage time efficiently, work on multiple, simultaneous projects and deadlines with the ability to work under pressure. Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Adirondack Experience Attn: Colleen Sage, Human Resources Mgr. PO Box 99, Blue Mt. Lake, NY 12812 HRDept@theadkx.org www.theadkx.org EOE
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/08/2017

Curator

Adirondack Experience (formerly Adirondack Museum) Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Adirondack Experience seeks a creative, highly motivated individual with strong organizational skills, professional demeanor and great attention to detail to work with the Collections Department. Under the direction and supervision of the Chief Curator, this position performs responsibilities related to the documentation, expansion, interpretation and preservation of the collections in exhibitions, programs, publications, and other formats. The Curator has primary responsibility for the boat and transportation collection, and will contribute to interpreting the intersection between people, technology and the environment. The Curator will participate in the development of museum exhibits, including research, writing, artifact selection, assisting with preparation of grant proposals, working with exhibit designers and consultants, and assisting with installation as needed. The Curator is also responsible for contributing to all visitor experiences. This position offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Job Requirements Candidates must have a Master’s degree in Museum Studies and 2-3 years’ experience in a museum or non-profit organizational setting. Thorough knowledge of American history, history of technology, museum practices and familiarity with maritime history and material culture preferred. Candidate must have strong administrative skills, excellent verbal and written communications skills and have the ability to articulate the mission of the institution. The individual must have the ability to manage time efficiently and work efficiently on multiple, simultaneous projects and deadlines. Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Adirondack Experience Attn: Colleen Sage, Human Resources Mgr. PO Box 99, Blue Mt. Lake, NY 12812 HRDept@theadkx.org www.theadkx.org EOE
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/08/2017

Curator

Owls Head Transportation Museum Owls Head, ME
The Curator is responsible for building up collections of objects and materials related to the history of transportation and the history of technology. This position oversees the acquisition of objects and materials, works with conservators on restoration of objects and materials and develops ways in which objects and materials can be interpreted, through exhibitions, publications, events and presentations. Essential responsibilities include: oversight of collections management, conservation, safety and related collections policy; oversight of effective documentation and registration of collections, and adheres to related collections registration policy; oversight of the collections database and is responsible for procedures relating to the disposition of owned and loaned collections, delegating related tasks to other staff as required; serve as Chairperson of the Collections Committee and provies a monthly report of loan offers, donations and matters relating to collections care and management. Minimum qualifications for candidates include: bachelor's Degree in Art, History, Museum Studies or a related field as well as 4-5 years of experience in the curation field. (Master's degree preferred.) For full job description, visit https://goo.gl/boMgao. To apply: submit a cover letter and resume to Niki Janczura, Executive Manager of Operations, at nj@ohtm.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/05/2017

Curator of Paintings and Sculpture

Smith College Northampton, MA
PRIMARY FUNCTION(S): Oversee, steward, and develop SCMA’s collection of American and European paintings and sculpture made before 1950. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Serve as an intellectual authority on, and assume a full range of curatorial responsibilities for, the Museum’s activities related to paintings and sculpture made before 1950. Responsible for the installation, interpretation, documentation, and growth of the collection of paintings and sculpture; proposing and executing temporary exhibitions as well as serving as an in-house curator for traveling exhibitions from other institutions; initiating research on acquisitions, loans, and the permanent collection; fielding public inquiries; representing the department on Museum and College committees. Work within a team environment, and supervise project-based research assistants and student interns. Promote dialogue, engagement, and collaboration both within the Museum and beyond. Work with SCMA’s senior leadership to cultivate prospective donors, foundations, and related entities to support the activities of the department as well as the growth of the collections. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in art history or a closely related field plus a minimum of three years of collection-based curatorial experience or an equivalent combination of education/experience; Ph.D. in art history preferred. Visit https://smithcollege.hiretouch.com/applicant-login?jobID=43153 to apply.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/23/2017

Development and Marketing

Grant and Proposals Specialist

Portland Museum of Art Portland, ME
GENERAL SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Director of Philanthropy, the Grants and Proposals Specialist is responsible for preparing and producing, in draft and final form, solicitations for funding and grant proposals for submission to foundations, corporations, government agencies, and individuals. The Grants and Proposals Specialist researches and recommends funding opportunities; develops solicitations and proposals; and prepares progress and final reports to donors. APPLY: Please email cover letter, résumé, and completed PMA Application for Employment (available at website), pa.ig.pma.092017@portlandmuseum.org. Job applications will be accepted electronically only and will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The Portland Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, veteran status, status as a whistleblower, marital status, gender identity or expression, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/22/2017

Part-Time Group Sales Representative

Connecticut Science Center Hartford, CT
Serving more than 300,000 adults and children each year, the Connecticut Science Center is the state’s premier destination for informal science learning, a top tourist attraction, a hub for teacher training, and one of the state’s foremost resources for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). The Connecticut Science Center is seeking a Group Sales Representative to sell group ticket to schools field trip groups, youth groups, and adults. This highly organized and self-motivated individual will also contribute to the overall financial and attendance goals of the Connecticut Science Center, and drive results. The Group Sales Representative may represent the Science Center at community events both onsite and offsite. This position interacts with the general public, various internal departments and works closely with the Group Sales Account Manager. This is a part-time hourly position, 24 hours a week. To view the entire job description, please visit https://ctsciencecenter.org/about/employment/. To apply, please send your resume to HR@CTScienceCenter.org by Sunday, October 1, 2017.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE:
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Grant Coordinatore

The Springfield Museusms Corporation Springfield, MA
Seeking a Grant Coordinator. The position is available immediately and reports to the Director of Development. In collaboration with the Director of Development, the Grants Coordinator is responsible for the creation and management of a well-coordinated, strategic development plan to cultivate and solicit support from foundations, corporations, and government sources. A bachelor's degree is required, an advanced degree is desirable. A minimum of five years of experience in grant writing within a museum, a cultural organization or an educational institution, and knowledge of foundations and funding sources are essential. Knowledge of development software is required, experience using Altru or Blackbaud software is preferred. Submit resume and cover letter, salary requirements, and a grant proposal sample by 9/30/17 to: hcahill@springfieldmuseums.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: TBD
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Campaign Assistant

Plimoth Plantation, Inc Plymouth, MA
Plimoth Plantation is a 17th-century living history museum dedicated to telling the history of Plymouth Colony from the perspective of both the Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag. Located in Plymouth, Massachusetts .The Museum is a private, 501(c)(3), not-for-profit educational institution supported by admission fees, contributions, memberships and revenue from educational programs/dining/special events and Museum Shops. Plimoth Plantation is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate. The Museum seeks a Campaign Assistant to help administer and organize activity for a major Capital Campaign. Reporting to the Development Director, this is an exceptional opportunity for an energetic, organized and detail oriented individual to advance in the development field. This is a visible role within the museum and in working with professional colleagues and a trustee led Campaign Steering Committee. Exemplary communication, writing and interpersonal skills. Strong project management skills; ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects without compromising quality. Highly organized and has the ability to multi-task. Can manage scheduling in a high volume with multiple parties. Self-starter that can also work as part of a team. History with or interest in development/advancement department. Observes a high level of confidentiality. Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge software, or related database experience. Excellent computer skills and advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word). Commitment to providing a friendly & welcoming presence for all guests and co-workers throughout the Museum. Willingness to support the Museum's mission, vision, core values and customer service philosophy. For more information visit www.plimoth.org. Please email cover letter & resume to: Sue Haverstock shaverstock@plimoth.org,
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: 5085032680
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Development Officer

Concord Museum Concord, MA
The Concord Museum seeks a full-time Development Officer who will be a critical member of the Museum’s development team. For a full description of the position, please see our website at www.concordmuseum.org/employment-opportunities.php Principal Responsibilities: *Manages the Annual Fund • Works with Director of Development, Executive Director, and board to meet Annual Fund goals and broaden the donor base • Oversees Annual Fund operations, including writing print and electronic appeals, tracking, and reports • Researches, Cultivates, Solicits, and Stewards donors and prospects *Leads the Museum’s membership program *Serves as principal liaison to the Museum’s Guild of Volunteers. • Supports fundraising efforts of the Guild of Volunteers, serving as main point of contact and organizing Museum logistics for Guild fundraising events *Manages Corporate Sponsorships *Other: • Manages special events such as exhibition openings, member, cultivation, and stewardship events, working with Development team • Supports capital campaign efforts, including donor recognition and stewardship • Supports Museum’s marketing and communications strategy • Provides additional support for the department, as needed *Qualifications: - Proven fundraising track record with 3 years of fundraising experience - Experience in program areas, including membership, annual giving, events, volunteer management, and corporate support - A professional and resourceful style; the ability to work both independently and as a team player, to take initiative, and to manage multiple projects at a time - Bachelor’s Degree required - Excellent computer skills and experience with a fundraising database, preferably Abila Fundraising 50 - Willingness to work weekends and evenings, as required
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: This is a full-time salaried position with benefits. EOE.
Posted on: 09/08/2017

Grants Writer/Manager

Connecticut Landmarks Hartford, CT
Research funding opportunities; track submission deadlines; write & submit grant proposals, including grant budgets, with input & support from Site Administrators, Executive Director & Marketing & Development Manager; support timely grant-funded project execution; ensure timely report submission. Prepare, monitor & update annual organizational grant budget & grant tracking spreadsheets. RESPONSIBILITIES:Maintain grant submission & reporting calendars.Generate well-written, thoughtful proposals to individuals, foundations & government entities that support the organization’s strategic plan & strategic site priorities. Coordinate with ED, Marketing & Development Manager & site staff. Submit early or on-time.Prepare clear, accurate grant budgets.Monitor project execution by liaising with site and Central Office staff to ensure grant implementation.Coordinate with Executive Director, Marketing & Development Manager & site staff to ensure submission of accurate, timely grant reports. Update supporting information & documents on server; file proposals & reports in hard copy & on server. Research new funding opportunities; evaluate for fit. Prepare, monitor & update annual organizational grant budget & grant tracking spreadsheets. Develop positive relationships with institutional funding representatives. Support annual budget planning & organization-wide attendance tracking. Posted on: 08/29/2017

Director of Development

Rhode Island Historical Society Providence, RI
The Rhode Island Historical Society (RIHS) seeks a highly organized, energetic, results-oriented professional who is passionate about connecting Rhode Islanders with their history and heritage. The Director of Development will be responsible for the day-to-day activities of the RIHS Development Office. The work of the Development Office includes, but is not limited to, implementing a comprehensive and integrated fundraising program that develops individual and corporate contributed income sources for RIHS, with an emphasis on donor cultivation, program sponsorship, membership, annual fund and planned giving. The Director of Development will supervise an Assistant Director of Development and will also have administrative support provided by the RIHS’s Executive Assistant. Duties and responsibilities: Create and implement a dynamic annual development plan and strategy; oversee and manage membership program; manage relationships with Board, donors and prospective donors; Identify, qualify, research, cultivate, solicit, and steward high-level supporters (individuals, corporate, foundation); Meet with and cultivate high-end annual fund and major donors; work with senior leadership and the Communications Manager to develop and implement a comprehensive marketing and public relations strategy; work with Executive Director to implement comprehensive and integrated planned giving. Requirements: Minimum of 5 years experience in development with supervisory experience; understanding of how to work with donors and volunteers; conceptual and strategic thinking skills; thorough knowledge of fundraising best practices; strong organizational and communication abilities; keen analytical capabilities. To apply: Email cover letter, resume/CV, and the names of three references to jobs@rihs.org, attention C. Morgan Grefe, RIHS Executive Director, with “Director of Development” in the subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. No phone calls, please.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/25/2017

Director of Development

Mattatuck Museum Waterbury, CT
The Mattatuck Museum seeks full-time Director of Development to lead efforts to expand and diversify funding sources and donor base, shape overall development strategy, support earned income goals, and oversee fundraising including annual giving, membership and patron programs, events, and planned and major gifts. Work with board; supervise staff, interns and volunteers. Advanced computer skills necessary – Donor Perfect database; museum experience a plus. Compensation consistent with experience and qualifications. Women, veterans and minority candidates strongly encouraged to apply. Send cover letter that addresses qualifications and interest, current resume and 3 professional references to: DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SEARCH, Attn: Robert Burns, Director, Mattatuck Museum, 144 West Main Street, Waterbury, CT 06702 or via email to Bob@mattmuseum.org. Documents should be either Microsoft Word or PDF format and not exceed 5 megabytes. For full job description, visit www.mattmuseum.org/visit/about/job-opportunities/
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: commensurate with experience
Posted on: 08/11/2017

Education

Assistant Professor, History Department

Suffolk University Boston, MA
The History Department at Suffolk University invites applications for either a tenure-track Assistant Professor position or a non-tenure-track Professional-in-Residence position in Public History for July 1, 2018 (pending final budgetary approval). Tenure-track applicants must have relevant professional experience and a terminal degree (Ph.D.) in History with a primary field in Public History; a well-defined research agenda demonstrated by peer-reviewed publications, public scholarship and/or digital products; and collaborations with historic sites and organizations. Expertise in Digital History/Humanities is highly desirable, and applicants must have a Ph.D. in hand by July 1, 2018. Applicants for the position of Professional-in-Residence must have significant professional experience in the field and an advanced degree. Successful candidates will demonstrate engagement with public history professional associations, historical sites and organizations, and other relevant bodies. All candidates must provide evidence of a commitment to excellent teaching at the undergraduate level and in public history settings, and demonstrate their scholarly and/or professional potential. Position responsibilities include: a 3/2 teaching load in the Public History concentration, History major, and/or first-year curriculum; development of a productive research and/or professional engagement; and service to the History Department and University, including committee membership, student advising, and stewardship of the Public History concentration. Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/kyjfbyfvxp4pxybv PI99450847
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/19/2017

Museum Educator & Camp Director

EcoTarium Worcester, MA
The EcoTarium, A Museum of Science & Nature, seeks a creative educator to develop and deliver engaging programs for learners of all ages. Programming covers a variety of science topics and takes place on the museum floor, in classroom settings, in our digital planetarium, and outdoors on our 55-acre site. Teaching is through hands-on and inquiry-based methods. The educator is responsible for all aspects of the summer camp program, including overseeing day-to-day operations, developing content, and hiring and training seasonal camp staff. For a full description and instructions for how to apply, visit: http://www.ecotarium.org/jobs
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Museum Educator

Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society West Hartford, CT
The Noah Webster House and West Hartford Historical Society is seeking qualified individuals to serve as Museum Educators. Museum Educators provide accurate programs through hands-on experiences for schools, scouts, and other groups in period clothing both on- and off-site. Annually, the museum serves approximately 8,000 students of varying ages and grades. Teaching experience is highly desirable but not required. Interest/experience in history and/or museums, and a friendly and energetic disposition is also desirable. The position of Museum Educator is part-time with flexible hours. An hourly rate of $10.25 per scheduled hours, plus travel reimbursement for distance traveled to and from outreach programs, is to be paid bi-weekly. Please send resume with cover letter to Beth Sweeney, Director of Education Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society, 227 South Main Street,West Hartford, CT 06107. Fax: (860) 521-4036; Email: Education@noahwebsterhouse.org. Visit us on the web for more information
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE: $10.25 per hour
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Outreach Manager

Duxbury Rural & Historical Society Duxbury, MA
The Duxbury Rural and Historical Society has an immediate opening for an Outreach Manager (full-year, part-time position, 20 hrs/week). The Outreach Manager is a vital part of the small DRHS staff, providing inspiration and coordination for a range of activities including volunteer coordination, program/event management, and membership development. The Outreach Manager is a public-facing figure for the DRHS, and the position is focused on opportunities to increase outreach, audience, and community involvement. Job duties may include but are not limited to: development of program ideas; cultivation of contacts, networking, and relationship-building with many different constituencies; creating opportunities to increase membership; recruitment and retention of volunteers; coordination with outside vendors, etc.; being an on-site coordinator during events; handling bookings and financial considerations with the assistance of other staff; provide support to fundraising, cultivation, and other DRHS activities; maintenance of institutional calendars; coordination of PR and marketing for programs. Requirements: superior interpersonal skills and a demonstrated enthusiasm for working with people; high level of organization and ability to balance multiple priorities; the ability to work independently as well as with a small staff, with a willingness to "pitch in" where help is needed. Applicants must have a college degree or equivalent work experience, preferably in a museum or non-profit organization. Occasional evening and weekend work is required. This job requires travel between multiple properties (< 3 mile radius) and requires the use of your personal vehicle. Work takes place in historical house museum environment. To apply: please send cover letter and resume to emcgough@duxburyhistory.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 09/11/2017

Manager of Child, Youth and Family Programming

WCHS/Tower Hill Boylston, MA
Reporting to Director of Education and Audience Engagement, the Manager will develop, execute, and evaluate learning experiences and year-round program calendar for young audiences including all on- and off-site PreK-12 school and community programs, school vacation week, summer programs, and weekly classes for toddlers and preschoolers, and other programming. The Manager will create, conduct, and evaluate school field trips to meet the Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering curriculum standards; facilitate all aspects of youth education group visits; train, evaluate, and supervise volunteers, contract instructors, work-study students, and interns; write and develop mission-related activities, interpretive materials, and programming that engage diverse audiences; develop and teach classes in areas of specialty; continually evaluate all educational programming; develop collaborations; budget, maintain program web pages, maintain program records; manage the maintenance of the youth garden; write and manage grants ; perform additional duties as assigned. This full-time, exempt position is 40 hours, Monday-Friday; however, the schedule may at times involve weekend or evening hours. A bachelors or masters degree in education, museum studies, horticulture or related field and five years of related experience is required as well as professional experience teaching in a public/private school or educational non-profit institution. Knowledge of curriculum standards; program evaluation are also required. The Manager will be able to create and adhere to project budgets; have demonstrated organizational, time management, oral, and written skills; be flexible, willing to adapt to and envision change, have excellent customer service, and experience in the non-profit sector. Cover and resume to Ali Kane, akane@towerhillbg.org
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: DOE
Posted on: 09/11/2017

Studio Art Educator

New Britain Museum of American Art New Britain, CT
The New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT has an immediate need for a part time Studio Art Educator (part-time, Wednesday afternoons & Thursday evenings required). The position will support, assist, and teach education studio programs for youth and families to increase participation among diverse audiences and create optimal conditions for first-hand experiences with art. The position reports to the Director of Education. For a full description and instructions to apply, visit http://www.nbmaa.org/museum-of-american-art/employment. EOE. No phone calls, please.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 08/31/2017

Museum Educator

Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center Bristol, CT
Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center located in Bristol CT is looking for a full-time Museum Educator to join our team. The Museum Educator translates education theory into interactive play activities in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art, math (STEAM), health and literacy. Responsible for the development and implementation of educational content that meets core standards for all exhibits, programs, and school outreach activities. Models positive and considerate ways to enhance visitors’ overall learning experience by making education fun. The candidate must have a passion for working with children and promote the mission of Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center to inspire a lifelong love for learning through the power of play. Imagine Nation seeks dynamic individuals that possess a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education or closely related field. A minimum of three years’ experience in education or working with young children. Candidate should possess the ability to multi-task, as well as have the ability to adapt to changes in the work environment and balance competing demands. Must be flexible and reliable and able to work occasional evenings, weekends, and special events. Applicant Instructions This is a full time position with benefits. Applicants should submit as a Word or PDF document Cover letter addressing critical competencies, and resume via email to coral.richardson@imaginenation.org. Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center is a division of the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center, and is an equal opportunity employer.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: $30,000.00 to $34,000.00/year
Posted on: 08/31/2017

Director of Education

New Britain Museum of American Art NEW BRITAIN, CT
The New Britain Museum of American Art seeks candidates for the position of Director of Education. A key member of staff, the Director of Education is responsible for providing creative and strategic leadership to oversee all aspects of the museum’s multidisciplinary educational programming, working collaboratively with other core staff and outside collaborators to develop, deliver, and manage a wide range of interpretive Museum functions that will serve visiting school groups, attract and create a meaningful experience for adults and children, promote the unique resources of the NBMAA, and raise the profile of the Museum. The Director of Education ensures that all interpretive and educational programs are of uniformly high quality and accessible for the broadest and most diverse public. The Director of Education is the administrative and instructional lead for the Education Department, taking primary responsibility for operational planning, budgeting, staff and docent training, program delivery, and follow-up evaluation. The position reports to the Deputy Director and oversees a department of two full-time and two part-time staff. For a full description and instructions to apply, visit www.nbmaa.org. EOE. No phone calls, please.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/25/2017

Manager, Education Programs

Museum of Science Boston, MA
Provide leadership, supervision and direction to the Museum education team of staff and volunteers that provide daily programming on and in 6 different teaching platforms and venues in the Museum. Ensure educational programs create welcoming, exciting and accessible spaces and experiences where all audience members have opportunities to explore and engage with science, technology and engineering practices on site and in the community. Support educational team as they use authentic objects and models, demonstrations and live presentations, current science stories, phenomena, hands –on experiences to engage, excite and empower all audiences to develop, support or change their relationship with science and technology; investigate questions, create solutions, and imagine possible worlds. In collaboration with Advancement and Human Resources manage and assist in grant writing and fundraising efforts to sustain $400,000 per year for access for schools and youth programming. Act as the primary interface with schools at the district administrative level so as to insure Museum programming remains relevant to the changing educational climate. For more information, please visit https://mos.applicantpro.com/jobs/604863-29458.html M/F/V/D
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: Exempt (Salaried). Commensurate with experience.
Posted on: 08/25/2017

Assistant Educator

Colgate University Hamilton, NY
Located on Colgate University's beautiful campus in Hamilton, New York, the collection of the Picker Art Gallery features approximately 11,000 objects from antiquity to the present, including approximately 8,000 works on paper, 1,400 photographs, 900 paintings, and 300 sculptures. Colgate University is one of the country's leading liberal arts colleges, with a student population of about 2,900 and 300 faculty. This is an exciting time in Colgate's history, as the newly conceived Center for Art and Culture will become home to tow university museums: the Picker Art Gallery and the Longyear Museum of Anthropology. These distinguished university museums play a significant role in Colgate's teaching mission and reputation, a relationship that will be deepened with the newly launched Museum Studies Minor in the Department of Art and Art History. The Assistant Educator is an entry level position and will work under the direction of the Director of University Museums and serve as a member of the Colgate University museum team. Specific accountabilities will include: • Researching, developing, implementing and evaluating both existing and new and innovative educational programming. Coordinating scheduling and budget. • Leading all educational programming, using various outreach methods. • Fostering innovative and interdisciplinary collaboration, throughout campus and the local and regional museum communities, and advocating for excellence in the field of museum education. Qualifications: * Bachelor's degree (preferably in Education, Art History, Anthropology, History, Museum Studies) * A demonstrated knowledge of educational practices. * A demonstrated knowledge of Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS). * Previous experience in organizing and managing programs. Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/d3mdwzswvbjh74t8 PI99113548
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 08/21/2017

Museum Educator & Assistant

Historic Newton Newton, MA
Historic Newton seeks a Museum Educator and Assistant to work at both its locations—the Jackson Homestead and the Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds. The position encompasses two roles. As Educator, one prepares, presents, and develops education programs for learning groups from a variety of backgrounds, interests, and ages through passionate interest in historical accuracy, connecting with learners, and expanding personal knowledge; and, as Museum Assistant, the position greets, orients, and assists visitors and callers while maintaining a safe, clean museum environment and being on hand to address routine questions, unforeseen occurrences, and any emergencies. Interpersonal skills, including effective communication with an extremely diversified audience, are vital in this combined position. Organizational ability and enthusiasm for exploring history are also important. The Museum Educator and Assistant should expect 3-14 hours per week of employment which would necessarily include weekend hours. Apply by September 15, 2017 by sending letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three references to education@historicnewton.org Historic Newton is a public-private partnership between the Newton Historical Society and the City of Newton and an equal opportunity employer.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 08/02/2017

Exhibits

Museum Gardner

Plimoth Plantation Plymouth, MA
This is an opportunity to work at one of the country's most prestigious living history museums. Operating on a remarkable property overlooking Cape Cod Bay, Plimoth Plantation brings the story of America’s early foundation to life for hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Our gardens are a unique heritage landscape for current and future generations to experience and enjoy. This position is part of the team responsible for the upkeep and development of the Museum’s gardens and landscapes. By maintaining excellent standards of presentation of the gardens and landscapes you will contribute to guests’ enjoyment of this unique outdoor Museum. We are seeking an individual who will greet with energy and enthusiasm the challenges and opportunities inherent in the maintenance of gardens. This is very much a hands-on job. We will provide on the job training but you will need to have some horticulture experience or training. You should have a verifiable reputation for excellence in your work. You possess the energy, vision and drive to be part of a team that will achieve great results. You are equally effective and efficient working independently and as part of a highly collaborative team. If you have the relevant skills, proven experience, and are committed to high standards in your work; if you are passionate about maintaining and developing beautiful historical and traditional New England gardens. Pease send cover letter and resume to: Sue Haverstock shaverstock@plimoth.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Director, STEAM

Boston Children's Museum Boston, MA
The Director works on exhibit development projects, including content development, prototyping and evaluation, and manages the STEAM Team. The Director is the content lead of a planned combined Science and Art/Maker space. The STEAM Team conducts a broad array of programming, including Boston’s annual Mini-Maker Faire, our TechKitchen programming that brings local innovation companies and makers to the museum, regular contemporary art installations in the Art Gallery, and a robust Artist in Residence program. Candidates should be an exhibit and program developer with experience in many stages of the development process, and possess a wide skill-set including: a creative, innovative, hands-on approach to STEAM in museum programming and exhibits, and passion for making, inventing and building. A child-centered educational philosophy; someone who practices an iterative design process (including prototyping, formative evaluation and revision based on visitor input), Experience with program development for young audiences, and strong knowledge of the STEAM education field. Ability to consider the adult experience, translating sophisticated scientific and educational research into exhibit experiences, and seek ways to help adults understand how their children are learning. Experience with access and accessibility, community programs, universal design and a willingness to include community members in the development process. 7+ years exhibit and program development experience in a museum setting or equivalent, with 10+ years relevant experience overall. Advanced degree, or subject expertise, in Education and/or STEM field required, with strong knowledge of STEM education and experience with bridging art and science. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to: Jobs@BostonChildrensMuseum.org
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Exhibit Carpenter

Plimoth Plantation Plymouth, MA
Plimoth Plantation has an opportunity to work at one of the country's most prestigious living history museums. Operating on a remarkable property overlooking Cape Cod Bay, Plimoth Plantation brings the story of America’s early foundation to life for hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. The Exhibit Carpenter is a hands-on position that is part of the Historical Built Landscapes (HBL) team responsible for the maintenance, repair and, in some cases, new construction of the reproduction structures, exhibits and built landscapes throughout the Museum. The HBL team ensures that all carpentry projects reflect the appropriate historical time period with use of tools, equipment and techniques reflective of the identified era, including modern buildings. Under the direction of the HBL Manager this position is tasked with ongoing routine maintenance of buildings, and meeting the goals of a prioritized work plan. The work may at times be done as a first-person role-player using historically appropriate tools and techniques while speaking with guests. Or work may be performed in modern clothing with modern tools, depending on the assignment. Must be skilled in basic general carpentry and willing to learn about historical tools and techniques. Interest in learning about 17th-century English and Native American history. Preferred but not required: Prior experience in the construction industry and/or working with contractors. The ability to determine timeframes, costs and resources/materials needed to complete carpentry job. A flexible schedule is required. Email resume & cover letter to Sue Haverstock shaverstock@plimoth.org. See website for job description http://www.plimoth.org/about/work-plimoth.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/13/2017

Potter

Plimoth Plantation Plymouth, MA
Plimoth Plantation has an opportunity to work at one of the country's most prestigious living history museums. Operating on a remarkable property overlooking Cape Cod Bay, Plimoth Plantation brings the story of America’s early foundation to life for hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. The Potter is one of the principal guest-facing artisans demonstrating in the Craft Center. The Potter’s primary responsibility is the demonstration of 17th-century pottery-making while effectively interpreting to Museum guests the history and significance of trades in England. The Potter also supplies the Museum’s Craft Center Shop with pottery for retail sale and the Colonial Interpretation Department with reproductions for use in the 17th-Century English Village, aboard Mayflower II, and on the Wampanoag Homesite, and by museum programs. A flexible schedule is required. Full-time or Part-time, year-round High School diploma or equivalent; Associate’s Degree preferred. Experience in wheel throwing, glazing, and decorative techniques. Experience working with the public. Interest in 17th-century European crafts and trades. Interest in and appreciation for 17th-century English, Native American, and European history. Email resume & cover letter to Sue Haverstock shaverstock@plimoth.org. See website for job description http://www.plimoth.org/about/work-plimoth.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/13/2017

Facilities

Housekeeping Assistant (Evening)

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston, MA
Responsibilities Clean offices, bathrooms, windows, floors and stairways, and other public areas of the Museum Trash and snow removal Change light bulbs Assist with set up and removal of facilities for special events Move furniture and objects as required and directed Perform other duties and assist the Building Manager and Lead Housekeeping Assistants as directed Uphold the highest standards of safety, cleanliness and conduct Occasional evening work is required (for Museum special events) Communicating with co-workers and supervisors essential to a smooth operation Requirements Ability to operate a handheld two-way radio (walkie talkie) Ability to use judgment in interpreting and following both written and verbal instructions on assigned jobs Must be able to operate and move cleaning equipment Must be able to move furniture and equipment Must be able to handle the physical requirements of the position Excellent customer service skills Physical requirements Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs and ability to push a minimum of 50 lbs Ability to lift, bend, reach, and stand for extended periods Ability to operate cleaning equipment and snow removal equipment Ability to climb ladders To Apply Join our dedicated, talented team of employees, interns and volunteers, who are passionate about the work they do to support the Museum’s mission. To apply for this position, please follow this link to the online application: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/12914 This is our preferred application method. To be considered for this position, the application and resume are required. We receive many resumes and kindly request that you do not call to inquire about the status of your application. Those candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/20/2017

Museum Store

Museum Shop Manager

Pilgrim Hall Museum Plymouth, MA
We’re looking for a motivated, creative, and outgoing person to join our staff! Located in Plymouth, MA, Pilgrim Hall Museum is the oldest continuously operated museum in the nation with an exceptional collection of early American artifacts, including objects carried aboard the Mayflower in 1620. The Museum Shop Manager staffs the museum gift shop/bookstore, oversees all shop operations and merchandizing, trains, schedules and manages additional shop personnel, and interacts positively with the visiting public. The Museum Shop Manager communicates with and works closely with all other departments as a unified team to ensure all visitors have a welcoming and productive museum experience. The ideal candidate is highly organized, detail-oriented, and committed to providing outstanding customer service every day. Requirements: previous retail management experience or significant background in sales operations; ability to manage budget; technical proficiency in Excel and retail applications; flexible availability (evenings, weekends, & some holidays are required); able to be on feet for an eight-hour shift; able to lift 30 pounds and navigate stairs. This is a frontline FT/YR position with limited office hours. Schedule includes at least one weekend day. Hourly rate: $18. For more details, see application posted on museum website. To apply, send cover letter and CV to Donna Curtin, Executive Director, donna.curtin@pilgrimhall.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
Posted on: 09/01/2017

Security

No Security positions are currently available.

Visitor Services

Program Assistant

Massachusetts Historical Society Boston, MA
The Massachusetts Historical Society is seeking a part-time assistant to help with public programs. The successful candidate will help at programs and have the opportunity to learn about planning and managing events at the oldest historical society in America. The responsibilities would include: • Uploading program listings to online calendars • Ordering refreshments and supplies from vendors • Working with the director of programs to research and develop contact lists to promote events • Corresponding with program attendees • Managing registrations • Setting up of refreshments • Assisting with crowd management • Photographing or videotaping presentations The position would require evening work, knowledge of standard office equipment and Microsoft programs, strong communication skills, and the ability to work with diverse groups of people. The ideal candidate will have an interest in American history, a flexible schedule and event management experience. The position is available immediately. To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to: Gavin Kleespies, Director of Programs (gkleespies@masshist.org). Applications accepted until September 20, 2017
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE: $18 per hour
Posted on: 09/06/2017

Temporary Gallery Staff-Technical

MIT Museum Cambridge, MA
Full and part-time gallery attendants for October- December 2017, for exhibition, The Enemy, with training in late September. The Enemy by Karim Ben Khelifa is a groundbreaking interactive Virtual Reality exhibition. Participants will encounter combatants on opposite sides of conflicts in Israel/Palestine, the Congo, and El Salvador. In their own words, each will offer personal perspectives on war. The exhibition incorporates concepts from artificial intelligence and cognitive science-based models.Technical Attendant: Start up and calibrate the tracking system; may perform technical trouble-shooting; also performs gallery attendant duties: welcome visitors and provide introduction; assign and activate equipment and assist at start of experience; monitor to assist if needed during the experience.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Temporary
SALARY RANGE: $12.50/hour
Posted on: 08/28/2017

Visitor Services Attendants for Temporary Exhibition

MIT Museum Cambridge, MA
Full and part-time gallery attendants needed for October- December 2017, for exhibition, The Enemy, with training in late September. The Enemy by Karim Ben Khelifa is a groundbreaking interactive Virtual Reality exhibition. Participants will encounter combatants on opposite sides of conflicts in Israel/Palestine, the Congo, and El Salvador. In their own words, each will offer personal perspectives on war, including thoughts on motivations, suffering, freedom, and the future. Three types of Attendant positions available: Gallery Attendant: Open exhibition and activate components; welcome visitors and provide introduction; assign and activate equipment and assist at start of experience; monitor to assist if needed during the experience; remove equipment at conclusion and replace battery packs. Closing Attendant: At the exit of the exhibition, answer visitor questions, discuss their experience, and encourage to share thoughts via a guestbook or social media platform. Technical Attendant: Start up and calibrate the tracking system; may perform technical trouble-shooting; also performs gallery attendant duties. Job Requirements: Must be able to commit to the full run of the exhibition, including November 25-26 and December 26-31; be available for training on the following dates: Gallery and Closing attendant: September 25 or 26; Technical attendant: September 22. Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent education required, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Should enjoy working with the public, possess basic computer skills and be willing to commit to the full run of the exhibition. Please send résumé and cover letter to: Patricia Lane, Visitor Services Manager, MIT Museum; palane@mit.edu.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Temporary
SALARY RANGE: $12.50/hour
Posted on: 08/21/2017

Volunteer Services

Volunteer/Internship Coordinator

The Preservation Society of Newport County Newport, RI
The Volunteer/Internship Coordinator is responsible for the establishing and growing a formalized program and act as the liaison between the program and the PSNC staff. They will be tasked to engage the volunteers/interns more fully into the PSNC operations to provide ongoing team building efforts between the volunteers/interns and staff. The VIP will work with supervisors and managers to define volunteer/intern needs, place, train, and schedule appropriate volunteers/interns in their programs and activities. Entrusted to familiarize supervisors and managers with their roles, duties, and responsibilities. They will be required for the recruitment and orientation of volunteers/interns as well as retain current volunteers. The VIP will also need to recognize, and ensure positive communication with all volunteers and interns both internally and externally. Necessary duties include the develop and implement training programs for volunteers and interns, set up and attend volunteer meetings and report to staff on volunteer activities as needed, manage volunteer and internship record keeping and general volunteer and internship program administration – including database, mailing list, volunteer/intern handbook, training, hours tracking, benefits and awards . The candidate will develop and implement a volunteer recognition program, volunteer/intern picnic, social events and awards/recognition dinner. Additionally the VIP will represent the volunteer program in the community at large as well as at outreach events. To apply visit our website at http://www.newportmansions.org/about-us/employment/available-jobs
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 08/02/2017

Intern/Fellowship, Paid

No Intern/Fellowship, Paid positions are currently available.

Intern, Unpaid

Educational Programs Intern

The Mary Baker Eddy Library Boston, MA
Responsibilities: The Intern will assist the Library’s Educational Programs Coordinator. Main work includes: Facilitating on-site learning activities for youth groups, developing content and resources for youth programming and field trips, including vacation week programs, facilitating program research, supporting youth tour development for the Mapparium exhibit, supporting the Programs Team in developing and implementing fall programs, including Opening Our Doors and bi-monthly Storytimes, aiding in the development of interactives for the Book Nook, our youth and family space. The Intern will also receive training in presenting guided children’s tours of the Mapparium. The internship is also a mentorship, designed to be mutually beneficial for both the Intern and the Library staff. Incumbents will be encouraged to develop professional skills in fields that include education, library science, museum studies, and public history. Qualifications: Applicants should have a background or interest in working with youth audiences. Experience in one or more of the following fields is required: museum education; general education; library science; American history; public history; event planning; customer service. Prior teaching experience in museums, schools, and/or camps is preferred. Interns must be patient with children, flexible, team player, and able to take initiative. The Library encourages applicants from all backgrounds to apply for this opportunity. Please note: Library internships are compensated in course credit only, and are unpaid. Prospective interns have the responsibility to coordinate internship credit requirements with with their advisors. Hours are flexible, Monday through Friday. Please submit a PDF of resume and cover letter, including two professional/academic references, by September 29, 2017 to palladinom@mbelibrary.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Family and Youth Programs Intern

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Lincoln, MA
DeCordova's Learning and Engagement Department seeks enthusiastic and motivated candidates pursuing art, museum, environmental and/or education degrees or careers to develop and facilitate family and youth programming inspired by the art in the 30-acre Sculpture Park and the changing Museum exhibitions. Responsibilities vary according to the season, but may include: developing and facilitating programs for families, such as drop-in material-based programs, play-based programs for early learners, and school vacation week workshops; researching, designing, and maintaining Family Activity Kits; preparing and working for the hive summer camp; collaborating with educational and community partners; and carrying out a wide variety of day-to-day operations. Qualifications include: strong organizational, written, verbal, and computer skills. Experience working with children and families is preferred. 16 hours per week minimum commitment, including some weekend days required to accommodate family programs. Please submit a cover letter and resume to Sarah Brockway, Manager of Family and Youth Programs at sbrockway@decordova.org.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE: Interns are unpaid but receive deCordova Membership discounts and benefits.
Posted on: 09/13/2017

Public Programs Internship

Plimoth Plantation Plymouth, MA
Plimoth Plantation is looking for dynamic, team-oriented interns passionate about public history, museum education, museum studies, primary or secondary education, social studies, Native American studies, or anthropology to assist with the planning and execution of public programs at one of the Nation’s premier living museums. This internship is ideal for students looking to engage regularly with Museum guests and experience first-hand how public programs are developed, planned, and executed in our unique museum setting. The Public Programs Intern will assist the Public Programs Manager and Director of Museum Programs & School Services with all aspects of program planning and facilitation including attending planning meetings, preparing materials, assisting with day-of program needs, and participating in the program evaluation. The Public Programs Intern will also assist the Public Programs Manager in evaluating the Museum’s current list of public programs and in brainstorming new ones in preparation for the 2018 season. Guided by the Public Programs Manager, the intern will use their observations and evaluations to conduct content research and draft a program proposal for the 2018 season. For more information or to submit your application, please visit www.plimoth.org/internships.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Temporary
Posted on: 08/30/2017

Marketing Internship - Fall 2017

Harvard Art Museums Somerville, MA
The Harvard Art Museums are accepting applications for the position of Marketing Intern. The intern will support marketing and public relations efforts within the Communications Division. This is an unpaid internship and the applicant must be able to receive academic credit to be considered. Tasks shall include assisting with the distribution of promotional materials; postering Harvard campus and local communities; creating external event postings and updating visitor planning information on external websites; assisting with marketing research; and maintaining the communications marketing databases and files. The position also assists with the Press Intern's duties which include assembling press kits and reading Harvard Art Museums-related press. The internship will run through December 2017. We will also consider intern applications for the full 2017–18 academic year (running through May 2018). The hours are flexible within the Mon–Fri work week. Applicants who are majoring in arts administration or marketing/communications with a strong interest in the arts are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be independent, organized, and efficient, and possess computer skills including Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel. Familiarity with Photoshop and FileMaker a plus, but not required. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter addressed to Rebecca Torres, Communications Department, via the email rebecca_torres@harvard.edu. Please include the subject line: "Marketing Internship." In your cover letter, please state whether you are applying for a single semester or a full academic year term. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. However, final deadline for the fall internship is September 1.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Temporary
SALARY RANGE: Unpaid/Academic Credit
Posted on: 08/01/2017

Press Internship - Fall 2017

Harvard Art Museums Somerville, MA
The Harvard Art Museums is accepting applications for the position of Press Intern, working in the Communications Division. This is an unpaid internship and the applicant must be receiving academic credit to be considered. The intern will be tasked with clipping, scanning, and filing all press related to the Harvard Art Museums. Working closely with the Public Relations Manager and Communications Staff Assistant, the intern will be trained to preserve and catalog clippings for print and digital records. The position will also include assembling press kits, and helping to compile and organize press logs. The intern may also be asked to assist with other needs of the Communications Division, which may include inventory of the research library, and updating communications databases. The internship will run through December 2017. We will also consider intern applications for the full 2017–18 academic year (running through May 2018). The hours are flexible within the Mon–Fri work week. Applicants who are majoring in arts administration or marketing/communications with a strong interest in the arts are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be independent, organized, and efficient, and possess computer skills including Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and Power Point. Familiarity with Photoshop and FileMaker a plus, but not required. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter addressed to Rebecca Torres, Communications Department, via the email rebecca_torres@harvard.edu. Please include the subject line: "Press Internship." In your cover letter, please state whether you are applying for a single semester or a full academic year term. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE: Unpaid
Posted on: 07/31/2017

Communications Internship - Fall 2017

Harvard Art Museums Somerville, MA
The Harvard Art Museums are accepting applications for the position of Communications Intern. This is an unpaid internship and the applicant must be receiving academic credit to be considered. The intern will support public relations efforts within the Communications Division. Tasks shall include responding to inquiries through the Harvard Art Museums' general email account; assisting with the distribution of promotional materials; creating external event postings; assisting with non-profit donation inquiries; and maintaining the communications database. The position also assists with the Press Intern's duties which include assembling press kits; helping compile and organize press logs; as well as reading, clipping, and archiving all Harvard Art Museums-related press. The internship will run through December 2017. We will also consider intern applications for the full 2017–18 academic year (running through May 2018). The hours are flexible within the Mon–Fri work week. Applicants who are majoring in arts administration or marketing/communications with a strong interest in the arts are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be independent, organized, and efficient, and possess computer skills including Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and Power Point. Familiarity with Photoshop and FileMaker a plus, but not required. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter addressed to Rebecca Torres, Communications Department, via email to rebecca_torres@harvard.edu. Please include the subject line: "Communications Internship." In your cover letter, please state whether you are applying for a single semester or a full academic year term. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE: Unpaid
Posted on: 07/31/2017

Volunteer

Docent/Tour Guide

Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, MA
We are recruiting new volunteers to help us meet the growing demand for our history tours, technology demonstrations, and school programs. Volunteers welcome visitors in the museum, lead tours of the historical highlights of Mass General’s campus and of the historic Ether Dome, and demonstrate our virtual dissection table. Docents typically have one standing two- or three-hour shift per week; must have some flexibility to cover other shifts. Most of the shifts are during M-F 9-5 business hours, with some Saturday shifts. Must be available a minimum of six months. The museum and Ether Dome are wheelchair accessible. You can expect to work with all ages, with tourists and hospital staff and patients, with locals and visitors with limited English. Some days are fast-paced and busy, while other days are quiet. People who are bilingual are especially encouraged to volunteer. No special background in history, medicine, or science is required – we will train you! To apply, send a note explaining your interest and availability to mghhistory@partners.org. Posted on: 08/30/2017

Docent

Nichols House Museum Boston, MA
The Nichols House Museum is seeking volunteers to join our docent program for the fall/winter season. Docents provide vital support to the museum by leading high-quality tours to diverse audiences and communities. Hours are flexible, and orientation and training are required. Docents receive complimentary admission to the museum and museum programming events. Applicants should be interested in history, architecture, and decorative arts, and enjoy interacting with visitors of all ages. Docents typically commit to half or full-day shifts between the hours of 10am and 5pm. Please send a note expressing your interest and availability to info@nicholshousemuseum.org with "Docent" in the subject line. Posted on: 08/18/2017

Amazing World of Dr Seuss Volunteer/Intern

The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, Springfield Museums Springfield, MA
Located in the heart of downtown Springfield, the Springfield Museums is a multidisciplinary institution, inspiring the exploration of our connections to art, history and science through outstanding collections, exhibitions and programing. The Springfield Museums consists of five museum buildings; The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, Springfield Science Museum, D’Amour Museum of Fine Art, Wood Museum of Springfield History, The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum and the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden. We are seeking volunteers and interns to help run the day-to-day operations of the Cat’s Corner, a drop in activity space with in the new Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum. Volunteer and intern responsibilities will include: Learning about the collections of the Springfield Museums as a whole; with the focus of the life and works of Theodore Geisel a.k.a. Dr. Seuss. Welcoming and creating a sense of belonging for a wide diversity of visitors. Helping to develop, prepare, facilitate, and track hands on literacy based activities. Facilitate, maintain and engage with visitors in galleries of the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum. Requirements include a desire to work with children and families and a strong sense of commitment and reliability. Ideally applicants can commit to at least 2 shifts a week. All applicants need to pass a CORI check. To apply email sgogal@springfieldmuseums.org
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
SALARY RANGE: unpaid
Posted on: 08/04/2017

Board Member

No Board Member positions are currently available.

Other

Winter Caretaker

Bidwell House Museum Monterey, MA
The Bidwell House Museum, an 18th century house museum set in the southern Berkshire town of Monterey, MA is seeking a winter Caretaker. The Caretaker will live in an apartment attached to the house and will perform basic day-to-day maintenance at the house throughout the winter season. This work will include shoveling the walkways, emptying dehumidifiers, vacuuming and dusting the museum, and other such light maintenance work as needed. This position provides free housing as payment, though utilities will be the responsibility of the Caretaker. This is an ideal position for a graduate student working on a thesis or dissertation as this is a remote location with few distractions. The Caretaker will have access to the museum’s collection, under the supervision of the Executive Director, if they have a need or desire for researching the collection. This seasonal position will last through May and has the potential to extend into the museum’s open season, Memorial Day through Columbus Day, when the position would transition to a Head Docent position in addition to Caretaker. This would be a 20-30 hour/week position and would include payment for hours worked. Further discussion will be necessary with the Executive Director if this is a desired option. The Bidwell House Museum is a New England heritage site providing a personal encounter with history, early American home life, and the Berkshire landscape through its land, house and collection. If interested, please contact the Executive Director Heather Kowalski at bidwellhouse@gmail.com. No phone calls please.
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Temporary
Posted on: 09/18/2017

Campus Engagement Coordinator

Dartmouth College Hanover, NH
The Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, seeks an innovative and creative campus engagement coordinator to cultivate a vibrant community around the Hood on Dartmouth's campus through personal outreach and the activation of digital and print platforms. As the museum prepares for its grand reopening after two years of closure for a major expansion and renovation of its facility, the campus engagement coordinator will work to promote engaged learning and creative activity at the museum, and allow the museum to be increasingly responsive to campus audiences. The campus engagement coordinator will be responsible for the strategic development and governance of content that supports and encourages campus engagement with objects, exhibitions, and programs, and the cultivation of existing and new student, faculty, and staff engagement. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated experience in writing for the web and visual communication and professional experience with community engagement and collaboration, preferably in a museum or other educational environment. A bachelor's degree in related field required with an advanced degree in related field a plus. To apply online please go to our job-site at searchjobs.dartmouth.edu and apply to position #1125768. Dartmouth College is an AA/EOE employer. Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/qnj7jxmcrv4r9m5q PI99397337
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time
SALARY RANGE: DOE
Posted on: 09/13/2017

Editor, The Chronicle

Early American Industries Association
Contract position to edit The Chronicle. It is published 4 times a year and is a well-respected publication that has been published continuously since 1933. The mission of the Early American Industries Association is: The Early American Industries Association, Inc. preserves and presents historic trades, crafts, and tools, and interprets their impact on our lives. The position requires good people skills, background in the field, knowledge of history and the tools used in historic trades, and research ability. Must be a careful editor, a good writer and be knowledgeable of editing and design software. Contact: John Verrill, Executivedirector@eaiainfo.org
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Contract
Posted on: 08/29/2017

Public Programs Assistant

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston, MA
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is seeking a creative and organized part time Public Programs Assistant to help plan and implement the monthly Third Thursdays evening programming. In addition, the position will also help coordinate other public programs, including lectures, workshops, contemporary, exhibition-related, and multidisciplinary programming. The Public Programs Assistant, reporting to the Director of Public Programs, regularly collaborates with staff from other departments. The ideal part time schedule is Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and requires planning time during regular working hours (10am – 6pm) in addition to most Thursday evenings until 9:30pm and the occasional weekend day. Availability on Thursday evenings is a key requirement for this position. To apply and view the detailed job description: https://talent.paylocity.com/Talent/Candidate/Review/11648
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 08/23/2017

Special Events Administrative Assistant ( PT)

The Preservation Society of Newport county Newport, RI
SPECIAL EVENTS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Part-Time) The Preservation Society of Newport County seeks a part-time, Special Events Administrative Assistant. Hours of work are 24 hours per week – preferably Monday, Friday and one other day. Special events may require work on evenings, weekends and/or holidays. Job Responsibilities: The Special Events Administrative Assistant provides administrative and clerical support to the ongoing operations of the Special Events Department. Tasks include, but are not limited to, telephone communications, client correspondence, filing, reviewing and verifying invoices, arranging meetings and appointments, copying and faxing. Receives and processes ticket requests for Special Event functions and maintains this information in a database. Required Qualifications: • High School Diploma or equivalent. • Minimum one year of documented office / clerical experience. • Basic experience with MS-Windows, Microsoft Office & Microsoft Outlook. • Basic experience with spreadsheet and database computer programs. • Excellent written, verbal communication and organizational skills. • Ability to compose formal and informal communications to all levels of the organization. • Ability to multi-task and establish priorities. • Energetic team-player with excellent interpersonal, customer service and telephone skills. Please email a cover letter, and resume with contact information for professional references to http://www.newportmansions.org/about-us/employment/available-jobs or humanresources@newportmansions.org or mail to Human Resources Department, 424 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI 02840
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 08/15/2017

Associate Registrar

Veritude/Fidelity Investments Boston, MA
Veritude is hiring for an Associate Registrar on behalf of Fidelity Investments. This position is based in Boston, MA. OBJECTIVE The Associate Registrar supports the Corporate Art Group in the management of a 16,000-object contemporary art collection located in over 200 locations world-wide. This constantly growing collection averages 800 object moves a month and has grown steadily during its 37 year history. The Associate Registrar assists with the oversight of the collections management database. The Associate Registrar helps to develop and advance policies and procedures for collections management, care, and conservation in accordance with accepted museum standards. The Associate Registrar is an integral member of the Corporate Art Group overseeing the documentation, physical inventory, risk assessment & records management of the art collection. The Associate Registrar may be a liaison between the Corporate Art Group and a broad cross section of Fidelity enterprise including Risk, Security, Treasury & other areas of FREC as needed. Education and Experience BA or MA in art history or related field. Additional information management, records management & business management skills a plus. At least 5 years museum registration experience including accessioning, deaccessioning & loans. Experience in art handling & risk management Please email your resume to: pete.menger@veritude.com
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Temporary
Posted on: 08/08/2017

Videographer

Harvard Art Museums Somerville, MA
The Harvard Art Museums seeks a part-time Videographer (24-26 hours/week) who excels in creative expression, script-writing, producing, editing, and storytelling and can handle pre-production, planning, logistics, shooting, editing video and audio. Filming will cover such activities as academic symposia, special events, lectures, interviews, artist/student collaborations, and site documentation. The position requires a strong team player who works well under pressure. The successful candidate will be passionate about filmmaking; have a strong knowledge of current technology; have the ability to take direction; and be a conceptual thinker with the ability to conceive and develop relevant and unique solutions to challenging problems. The successful candidate will also be a true creative type who thinks outside the box and works collaboratively with like-minded colleagues. Projects include filming for the museums’ social channels, online collections and website, as well as managing the institution’s Vimeo and YouTube accounts. Candidates MUST have experience with Adobe Premiere/Final Cut Pro and a four-year undergraduate degree in order to be considered for this role. Duties and Responsibilities include: Develop script and create storyboards; Set up, direct, and shoot video; Create high quality video based multimedia by editing video and audio; Perform editing for external projects such as event coverage obtained only as raw footage; Work with a creative team of photographers and graphic designers to integrate multimedia deliverables into museum communications; Develop and edit audio-only assets; Edit video, audio, and related media for presentations as needed. To apply, visit https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerID=25240&siteID=5341&AReq=43175BR
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part time
Posted on: 08/01/2017