Museum Marketing Specialist Kennesaw,GA
The Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History
The Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in Kennesaw, Georgia is currently seeking an energetic and creative individual for the position of Museum Marketing Specialist. Part of the prestigious Smithsonian Affiliations Program, the Museum includes Civil War and railroad exhibitions, an early 20th century locomotive factory, a research center, and the Jolley Education Center. The Museum Marketing Specialist is a member of the Development Team and coordinates all marketing for the Southern Museum.
General Nature Of Work:
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Museum Marketing Specialist is responsible for museum marketing and public relation endeavors including, but not limited to, the following: securing and monitoring of advertising for museum events, design and creation of marketing materials, cultivating influence with media outlets and tourism agencies, and handling of press inquiries. The Museum Marketing Specialist will envision and implement strategic marketing campaigns in order to produce positive and quantifiable results in community relations and museum attendance. The incumbent will work with the Museum’s Development Team to assist with fundraising and sponsorship requirements. This is also a unique opportunity to apply skills to broader museum and operations experiences. Team member must demonstrate flexibility and time management, and assist with other museum duties such as tours, programming, and visitor services on a regular basis. It is important for the incumbent to establish themselves as a team player, incorporating quickly into a small and active team.
Examples Of Work:
- Create press releases, advertisements, and graphic images (including banners, billboard, flyers, brochures, etc.).
- Produce and implement marketing plans and projects for new and existing exhibitions, programs, events, and public relation endeavors.
- Develop and manage marketing and communications budget.
- Handle and maintain social media presence for museum.
- Conduct media interviews regarding programs and events.
- Compile clear and concise reports in order to analyze sales data to determine marketing impact and investment return.
- Manage website and oversee SEO (Search Engine Optimization) data collection.
- Participate in the cash and ticket operations of the front desk and gift shop. Assist with other museum duties such as tours and educational programs as needed.
Work Hours And Conditions:
The Museum Marketing Specialist will normally work Monday through Friday and must be able to work a flexible schedule when needed, including weekends, evenings, and holidays. Schedule is subject to change based on city/ museum needs.
Education, Training And Experience:
A bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, or related field along with a minimum of three to five years of relevant professional experience is required. Preference will be given to those candidates with work experience in either museums or the cultural non-profit sector. Excellent public speaking and networking skills, competency in graphic design and website maintenance (WordPress, basic HTML coding, InDesign, Photoshop) is necessary.
ADA Requirements:
Individuals applying for this position must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without a reasonable accommodation.
This is a salaried city government position with a starting annual pay of $42,797 and includes excellent benefits. Candidates may be eligible for partial relocation expenses.
How To Apply:
Interested applicants should send a letter of introduction and resume electronically (title e-mail “Museum Marketing Specialist Application”) to Referred candidates will be contacted to provide a writing sample, graphic design sample, and three professional references. Applications should be received by 5:00 p.m. April 17, 2017, after which all applications will be opened and reviewed.
The City of Kennesaw is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.
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Curator of Collections Kansas City, MO
The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures
The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures has gone through a rapid evolution in the last 10 years, from a founder based organization to one now poised to pursue accreditation. Although much work has been completed during this period, there is still much to do. We seek a skilled team member with exceptional collection management skills, demonstrated experience managing/building a department of two or more paid staff, and the ability to work collaboratively across two or more departments.
As a member of the senior leadership team, the ideal candidate will be able to move seamlessly from big picture strategic thinking to tactical execution. Strong communication and team building skills are essential. The ideal candidate will have professional maturity, a strong executive presence, and demonstrated experience cultivating relationships and building a community of collaboration.
The core responsibilities of this position focus on the further development of the museum’s Collections Department. This includes overall, long-term management of the collection to AAM standards of accreditation and maintaining the highest ethical standards regarding the care and keeping of the museum’s collection. The Curator will also serve as chair of the museum’s collection committee; responsible for the oversight of the collection, including formal acquisition, deaccession, and loan of objects to/from the museum. Additionally, the Curator will advise the Executive Director and Board regarding valuation of the collection, insurance and security requirements.
The Curator will manage a growing department with a focus on staff development and training. S/he will be expected to actively manage staff on a weekly basis, create performance plans and monitor progress against them, conduct yearly evaluations of staff, and mentor/develop department staff and others.
In addition to these duties, the Curator will create and maintain policies and procedures, cultivate and manage donor relations, create and execute rotating exhibits, research, write, and speak about the collection, and create/maintain the department’s operating budget. As a member of the senior management team, the Curator will operationalize a newly adopted strategic plan, create a timetable for the plan, and share responsibility for both implementation and results.
Minimum Qualifications:
A Bachelor's degree in related/relevant area and at least 4 years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary.
Preferred Qualifications:
Masters degree in museum studies, history, art history or related field. 5-10 years of demonstrated experience managing museum collections (30,000 objects or higher) according to AAM standards
A minimum of at least two – four years’ experience managing paid staff, with specific focus on organizational buildout, staff development, coaching and evaluation, and long range planning.
For more information, and to apply visit this site.
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Educators Cold Spring Harbor, NY
The Whaling Museum
We have two openings for part-time educators at The Whaling Museum in Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, NY.
Details can be found here.
Interested applicants should apply ASAP.
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Director of Marketing & Communications Dubuque, Iowa
The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
The Dubuque County Historical Society
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Exempt
Department: Marketing & Communications
Reports To: President/CEO
Staff Reporting To This Position: Assistant Marketing Manager, interns, volunteers
Works Mainly With: Vice President of Development, Director of Sales & Guest Services
Key Responsibilities:
The Director of Marketing and Communications will promote awareness of the properties of the Dubuque County Historical Society, including its National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium and Mathias Ham Historic Site, via various tactics—media relations, both traditional and digital, marketing and advertising—to reach target audiences.
Full posting here.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism or a related field is required. Five or more years of communications and marketing experience. Supervisory experience preferred. Superior writing, editing and verbal communication skills are a must. Familiarity with graphic design trends and high quality aesthetics desired.
Business acumen; Communication proficiency; Leadership; Presentation skills; Problem solving/analysis; Results driven; Strategic thinking; Technical capacity; Demonstrates an understanding and application of opinion research and market research.
This is a full time, permanent position. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Benefits include vacation time, sick time, paid holidays, medical, dental, flex plan, and 403b retirement plan. To apply, email your resume, cover letter and references to Applications due by April 7, 2017.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 24th

Administrative Assistant Bennington, VT
Bennington Museum
Renowned regional museum of art and history seeks an Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director. The position will provide support to the director and other staff members during a two- to three-year project. Duties include administrative and secretarial tasks such as typing, filing, managing mail and email correspondence, and scheduling meetings and presentations. This position will be the administrative contact with trustees, key donors, and others in the Museum community, responding to inquiries and keeping the Executive Director informed. The ideal candidate is able to work independently, prioritize, and multi-task as well as be resourceful, a good problem solver and highly organized. The position requires sensitivity, a sense of humor, and ability to work collaboratively with staff, volunteers and trustees. Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, 2-3 years experience, and excellent verbal and written skills required. Detailed description here. If you are interested in joining our team, email cover letter, resume, two professional references and a writing sample to
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 24th

Docent/Educator Bennington, VT
Bennington Museum
Bennington Museum in Bennington, Vermont is southern Vermont’s oldest and largest collecting institution and strives to showcase and model the creativity of Vermont in all its forms. We are seeking enthusiastic life-long learners to present educational tours and programs to school groups and to adult tour groups. The ideal candidates will have experience working with children and a passion for sharing knowledge with people of all ages. This position requires exceptional public speaking skills and the ability to confidently present information to audiences of various ages and types. Candidate should have completed or be working toward an undergraduate degree in Museum Education, Education, Museum Studies, Art, Art History, History or related field. The Docent/Educator position enjoys a great deal of flexibility and depends on the school group and bus tour schedules. Busiest times are August through October and April through June, when hours range from 5 to 20 per week. For more information check here. If you think this opportunity is for you, email cover letter, resume, and names and contact information for three professional references to
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Museum Director Kelso, WA
Cowlitz County Historical Museum
Salary Range: $4,324 - $5,295 + benefits
General Position Summary:
This position is a county employee who oversees operations including exhibits, public and educational programs, collection acquisition and care, research, and all matters relating to museum's property and facility. Performs all budget planning and administration for the museum, which includes two budgets, the budget from the county and the budget from the Cowlitz County Historical Society (CCHS), a Section 501(c)(3) organization. This position is the financial officer with respect to the CCHS budget. Works with the CCHS board of directors to develop procedures and policies for the museum. Manages department's staff, with full supervisory capacities. Also oversees recruitment and training of volunteers. This position plans, sets, conducts and oversees activities to raise operating, capital and special project funds, and writes, submits and reports on grants.
This position will remain open until filled, with the first review on April 15, 2017.
To apply for this position, go online to Cowlitz County Human Resources Dept. website and click Employment Opportunities.
Phone: (360) 577-3065
An Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 23rd

Post-Baccalaureate Museum Registration Fellow Northampton, MA
Museum of Art
Smith College
Smith College is accepting applications for a Post-Baccalaureate Museum Registration Fellow. Reporting to the Collections Manager/Register, the successful candidate handles routine aspects of the intake process for new acquisitions and loans, works with donors, curators, shippers, and collection management staff; locates and provides digital images and responds to publication permission requests; assists with management of the digital archive and preparation for photography sessions. More in depth responsibilities will involve research on objects under consideration for deaccessioning or disposal. This is a 1 year, limited-term position with the possibility of renewal.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Art Intake: Coordinate work-flow related to intake of art works including shipping arrangements, creation of database records, examination of condition and creating formal receipts for objects, scheduling of photography, applying accession number labels to objects using appropriate materials, and identifying a permanent storage location.
- Deaccession/Disposal and Old Loan Research: Gather and analyze information on objects under consideration for removal from the collection; researching donor intentions, locating heirs when necessary, checking current condition of objects and making photo-documentation; investigating disposal possibilities such as auction sales or transfers to other public collections, and coordinating with curators to prepare proposals for overseer review.
- Digital Archiving: Assist with data-cleanup in the museum image archive.
- Image Requests: Locate and send out requested collection images; prepare permission documents and invoices.
- Schedule and Prepare Works for Photography: Maintain running list of objects for upcoming photography session.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in art history, library science, or a preservation field. Experience and demonstrated success with work involving organization of data and attention to details. Strong research skills, hands-on experience with original works of art, and experience with collections databases and a museum environment highly preferred.
Skills: Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, strong basic competence with computers, and ability to be attentive to detail. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work with others cooperatively and independently. Must be willing/able to lift up to 40 pounds, climb a ladder to 6 ft. and must have normal color vision.
Review of applications will begin immediately. To be considered for this position, apply online here.
Smith College is an EO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 23rd

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Collections Specialist Washington, D.C.
The Office of Senate Curator has an opening for a collections specialist. This is professional, technical, and administrative work supporting the registration and collections management programs for the Office of Senate Curator on behalf of the Senate Commission on Art. Responsibilities include implementing standards, policies and procedures for the registration, inventory, movement, placement, protection, storage and care of the Senate’s permanent collections of art, historical furnishings, and memorabilia.
Department: Office of Senate Curator
Salary Range: $52,153 - $80,838
Posting Date: March 20, 2017
Deadline: April 19, 2017
For a full position description or for instructions on how to apply, please visit this site.
No Telephone Calls Please.
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Museum Specialist Valley Center, CA
Rincon Band Of Indians
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Reports to: Cultural Resources Director
Opportunity: Under the direction of the Cultural Resources Director, the Museum Specialist will assist in the management of the Rincon Tribal Museum. This position will coordinate the activities of exhibition planning and collection management for the Rincon Tribal Museum. These activities will include but are not limited to assisting with the installation, design of exhibits, and development of exhibit-related educational programs. The Museum Specialist will present the Museum as a scientific, educational and civic asset to the Rincon Tribal community. This position must be tactful and courteous with the public, and deals with sensitive issues related to RinconMuseum collections. The Museum Specialist will conduct business in a professional and cordial manner that will uphold the integrity and reputation of Rincon Tribal Government.
Full posting here.
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Collections Manager Washington, DC
National Law Enforcement Museum
Position Summary:
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (“NLEOMF”) seeks an enthusiastic and dedicated museum professional to become the Collections Manager for the National Law Enforcement Museum (“Museum”). The new 57,000 sq. ft. Museum will open in downtown Washington, DC, in 2018 with an expected 400,000 annual visitors. The Museum will tell the story of American law enforcement through a dynamic mix of artifacts, state of the art audiovisual presentations, and creative programming. The Collections Manager will be a key member of the small team of museum professionals who are building the Museum. The National Law Enforcement Museum collection currently comprises over 17,000 artifacts that illustrate the dynamic and rich history of American law enforcement, from the 1600s to the present. The Museum’s ever-growing, extensive inventory of artifacts will prove to be the most comprehensive collection of law enforcement history in the United States.
The Collections Manager develops, implements, and assures compliance with all policies, procedures, and budgets needed for the care, conservation, and preservation of the Collection.
Primary Areas of Responsibility:
- Manages off-site storage facility, including maintenance and rental agreement, object storage and movement, monitoring climate and pests, and purchasing storage furniture and materials. Monitors environmental conditions in the Museum on a weekly basis once open.
- Responsible for fully processing and documenting all accessions, loans, and deaccessions according to professional museum standards.
- Responsible for proper storage of all works in the Collections. Upgrade storage materials and research new storage concepts and materials as needed.
- Conduct on-going database development and management including recording storage locations, cataloging, unifying lexicon, accessioning, de-accessioning, and inventory.
- Take the lead in analyzing the Museum’s collections management digital needs and in selecting new system. Trains and assists staff in use of the collections management database.
- Recommend changes in recordkeeping procedures to achieve maximum accessibility to and efficient retrieval of collection objects.
- Provide support during the preparation, installation, and de-installation of exhibitions as required. In preparation for the museum opening, work closely with the artifact mount makers to ensure the care and proper display of the selected objects. Assess all objects for conservation and work closely with outside conservators to prepare objects for exhibit. Supervise all incoming loans to the Museum and create condition reports on their arrival. Manage crating and shipping arrangements for exhibitions, including receiving and releasing of all incoming/outgoing exhibition loans, local deliveries, and customs documents. Prepare loan contracts in collaboration with partner organizations, museums, and individual lenders. Provide and oversee insurance policies for loans, including providing supplemental insurance, certificates of insurance, and processing any claims.
- Serves as liaison with Fine Arts Insurer, arranging for insurance of objects on loan or special exhibition, and recommends insurance coverage for collection.
- Develops and maintains relationships and correspondence with donors, potential donors, lenders, and vendors.
- Works with curator to document potential new acquisitions and organize monthly acquisitions review committee meetings.
- Process in-coming and out-going rights and reproduction requests for Collection images, issue Rights & Reproduction agreements and collect fees when appropriate.
- Manages graduate-level interns, including coordination of schedules, development of projects, and oversight of activities.
Full posting here.
To Apply:
For information on job opportunities with the National Law Enforcement Museum, contact Colleen Ludgate, at 202-737-8520 or
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 22nd

Education Director Rockport, TX
Texas Maritime Museum
Job Type: Full Time
Salary: $25,000 Annually with basic health insurance
Reports to: Kathy Roberts-Douglass, CEO
Consults with: Phil Barnes, Curator; Alisha Brundrett, Executive Assistant; Board of Trustees Education Committee
Supervises: Part Time Front Desk Staff, Seasonal Staff (camp counselors), Volunteers
The Texas Maritime Museum is a private non-profit organization, and the official maritime museum of the state of Texas. Opened in 1989 we have been exciting and educating the public about Texas maritime history and artifacts for over 27 years. It focuses on four main themes of early exploration and settlement, boatbuilding and shipbuilding, recreational and commercial fishing and offshore oil and gas production.
Overall Responsibility:
Creating and implementing educational programs relevant to the mission of the museum; ensuring community cooperation and relationships through volunteers and partnerships; providing direct communication to board of trustees.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
-Maintain and develop innovative curriculum for established programs
-Scheduling and providing tours
-scheduling and providing outreach programs
-developing curriculum for temporary exhibits
-developing community partnerships with organizations and schools
-recruiting, training, and maintaining volunteers
-directing all camp activities (SEA Camp, H2Odyssey, Sailor’s Holiday Spring Break)
-grant research and writing
-implementing and assisting with fundraising activities for the organization and the department
-formulating and maintaining the department’s budget
-flexible schedule to accommodate evening and weekend events, exhibits, and program activities.
-Master’s level degree in Education, Museum Studies, History, or related field.
-1-3 years of experience preferred
-strong sense of customer service
-excellent organizational skills
-good time management skills
-supervisory experience with adults and adolescents
-proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
-Familiar with social media and the internet
-able to communicate to a variety of audiences regardless of age, gender, race, education or disabilities
-Fulfills monthly reports and schedules as well as other administrative duties as necessary.
Submit resume and three references by email to or by mail to 1202 Navigation Circle, Rockport, TX 78382
No Calls!
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 19th

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Registrar/Collections Manager
Hamilton, NY
Colgate University
Job Category: Professional/Administrative
Division/Department: P/DF-Picker Art Gallery
Full time/Part Time: Full-Time
Working hours: Weekdays, Occasional Evenings, and Weekends
Job Description: 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 two 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. Reporting to the Director of University Museums, the registrar/collections manager of the Picker Art Gallery is part of the museum team and responsible for, but not limited to, all aspects of the care and management of objects owned by or on loan to the Picker Art Gallery and the Longyear Museum of Anthropology, the handling of both collections in accordance with approved policies and in alignment with museum best practices.
Please visit the Museum's website.
The registrar/collections manager is highly skilled and responsible for all aspects of the care and management of works owned or on loan to Colgate University Museums. The successful candidate is a team player and enjoys to plan for and realize the digitization of the collections in an effort to put the collections online; establish, develop, and implement policies and procedures related to collections management with pertinent staff that are in keeping with best practices in the field, AAM museum standards, and ethics for registration.
- Responsible for record-keeping systems (electronic and paper), inventory procedures, administration of insurance policy, documentation, storage, care, handling/packing, condition, display and security of objects (in permanent collections and on loan).
- Oversee the electronic collections management database systems.
- In conjunction with pertinent staff, responsible for system security, digitization of images to be included in the databases, periodic software upgrades and database system migrations, metadata development and development of database search capabilities.
This position will be primarily accountable for the thoroughness, accuracy and the proper documentation and filing and storing of all object records (both digital and paper). Ensures that data entry for all objects is properly conducted, that all objects are recorded consistently in the relevant database(s), and in alignment with best practices.
Accountable for managing orderly records, files, and retrieval systems for Colgate University Museums collection (f.ex. history, location, provenance). Produces accurate and timely reports (e.g. in conjunction with appraisals, inventories, insurance purposes, exhibitions), for leading inventories, audits, and spot-checks as required.
Accountable for working with curators and other museum staff to develop a style guide and policies (e.g. collections management) in addition to establishing proper protocols (e.g. handling of objects), ensuring that forms (e.g. loan forms, deed of gift) are meeting AAM standards and are approved by Colgate University.
Accountable for the proper care of all objects and for keeping the storage areas (on and off-site) neat and according to protocol and in consultation with pertinent museum staff and conservators.
Full Posting here.
Job Open Date: 03-15-2017
Job Close Date: Open Until Filled
Application Types Accepted: Professional/Administrative
Special Instructions to Applicants: It is the policy of Colgate University not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of their race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, pregnancy, national origin, marital status, disability, protected Veterans status, sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, genetic information, victims of domestic violence and stalking, familial status, and all other categories covered by recruitment, hiring, upgrading, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, recall, termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation and selection for training at all levels of the employment. Colgate University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Females/Persons with Disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.
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Fundraising Manager Washington, DC
National Woman's Party
The Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument
The historic National Woman’s Party at the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument, located on Capitol Hill has an immediate opening for a full-time Fundraising Manager. The ideal candidate will have at least three years’ experience preferably in a local non-profit environment, a working knowledge of women’s organizations, and strong writing skills. A positive attitude, high degree of initiative, and strong work ethic are essential for the position.
Job Summary: The Fundraising Manager is responsible for the advancement of all fundraising campaigns for the National Woman’s Party. The Fundraising Manager will work closely with the Executive Director and the Fundraising Committee to effectively outline the annual fundraising plan for the organization and to perform the day-to-day execution and aggressive implementation schedule needed to fulfill the annual fundraising goal. Must be able to work productively within a small-team/hands on environment.
Requirements: A college degree with a minimum 3-5 years’ experience in researching, cultivating, and soliciting varied funding sources. A background in women’s organizations and/or politics is preferred; background in special events, foundation grants, and/or museums is a plus. The ability to work with relational databases and strong written and oral communication skills are required. The successful candidate will have outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills, have the ability to work with a wide range of individuals, a willingness to engage with donors and patrons, the ability to meet deadlines and must be a team player. Candidates must also have a proven track record of participating and leading successful fundraising campaigns.
If interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to Page Harrington, Executive Director at for consideration. No phone calls please.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 18th

Coordinator of Exhibitions Denton, TX
Greater Denton Arts Council, Patterson-Appleton Arts Center
Reports to: Executive Director
Status: Full time, Non-Exempt
The Coordinator of Exhibitions works closely with the Executive Director to implement the Art Council’s philosophy of exhibitions at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center. This position is responsible for the coordination and installation of exhibitions at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center and satellite sites. In addition, this position assists as needed with graphic design for exhibitions and marketing materials for GDAC and PAAC.
Primary Responsibilities:
- Works in partnership with the Executive Director to develop the schedule of exhibitions at the PAAC and satellite sites such as UNT's Murchison Performing Arts Center lobby.
- Oversees all aspects of exhibition project coordination including layout, art intake and pick-up, creation of gallery signage, labeling, hanging, artist statements, price sheets and sign in sheets
- Develops and maintains departmental budgets, monthly reports, and tracks expenses and expenditures
- Oversees the development and timely distribution of loan letters, artist and exhibition contracts, and necessary insurance contracts
- Keeps master exhibition schedule and set timelines for exhibition production
- Develops and maintains records on each exhibition with copies of all correspondence, publicity, and gallery sheets
- Oversees gallery sales, communicates with buyers and artists, monitors gallery donations boxes
- Coordinates all phases of the annual Materials: Hard + Soft competition and exhibition including calls for artists, promotion, juror selection, submissions process, contracting of artists, and installation
- Works with Manager of Operations and staff in the coordination of installation schedules and use of galleries for master calendar
- Drafts and maintains accurate exhibition credit lines in collaboration with Executive Director, sponsorship, and development efforts
- Ensures the organization maintains exhibition policies and procedures in keeping with best practices
- Assists as needed in the production of promotional materials for GDAC/PAAC
- Demonstrates leadership as an active participant in staff, board, and community meetings
- Oversees exhibition and marketing and design interns
- Other duties as assigned
Required Skills and Knowledge:
- Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to balance priorities and meet deadlines in a fast-paced setting
- Possesses excellent written, organizational, and interpersonal skills
- Highly proficient in the use of computers and software applications, including design software and database management; possesses the ability to learn new applications
- Possesses positive attitude, initiative, sound judgment, and ability to work independently as well as in team environment
Required Minimum Experience and Education:
- Bachelors Degree in Art, Art History, or Graphic Design and/or equivalent work experience (masters degree preferred)
- One to three years past experience working in museums, galleries, or cultural institutions, preferably in curatorial, exhibition, or design division
- Demonstrated knowledge of best practices regarding art handling, installation, and transport of art objects
To Apply:
The Greater Denton Arts Council is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse work environment. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references to Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Due to the anticipated number of applicants, only those candidates selected for further review will be contacted. The position will be open until filled.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 18th

Director Madison, WI
Chazen Museum of Art
University of Wisconsin–Madison
The director will shape the future direction of the museum and will be the guiding force in its philosophy, strategic planning, programming, and management. The director is expected to generate new initiatives, and to infuse the Chazen with vision, energy, and excitement. To build audiences and awareness, the director will assure an innovative, accessible museum, connected to, and engaged with the UW-Madison community and external constituencies, and in support of the university’s commitment to the strongest academic experience for its students, will collaborate with faculty in the art and art history departments and other departments across the university to serve the curricular needs of UW-Madison students.
The Chazen Museum of Art opened in 1970 as the Elvehjem Art Center to further the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s mission of education, research, and public service. In 1978 it became the Elvehjem Museum of Art, and in 2005, in honor of a lead gift for expansion from alumni Simona and Jerome Chazen, was renamed the Chazen Museum of Art. The expansion opened in October 2011, doubling the size of the museum to a total of 176,000 square feet. The new building is joined to the original Elvehjem building by a dramatic and functional bridge gallery.
The Chazen is home to the second-largest collection of art in Wisconsin: more than 20,000 works cover diverse historical periods, cultures, and geographic locations, from ancient Greece, Western Europe, and the Soviet Empire, to Moghul India, eighteenth-century Japan, and modern Africa. The collection continues to grow thanks to artwork donations and purchases. The collection is funded entirely by private money. The museum also presents temporary exhibitions, broadening the offerings to visitors and as a state educational resource, the Chazen offers a rich array of public programs. The museum has just been re-accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
Interested candidates should visit the job listing and follow the application instructions after clicking the “Apply Now” button. Applicants will be asked to upload a resume and cover letter outlining relevant qualifications and experience. A PDF is preferred but not required. To ensure consideration, applications need to be received by April 26, 2017.
The full position description is available for your review here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 17th

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Librarian III, Director of Special Collections
Norman, OK
University of Oklahoma Libraries
The OU Libraries seeks a dynamic, innovative, collaborative and highly motivated individual to provide leadership and strategic vision for its Special Collections, comprised of manuscripts, rare books, maps, photographs, art, artifacts, and audio, video, and digital collections. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the changing nature of today’s research libraries and the implications for special collections. The position reports to the Dean of Libraries, works closely with the Libraries’ Chief Technology Officer on special collections digital initiatives, and serves as a member of the Libraries’ senior leadership team.
The position’s primary responsibilities include articulating a compelling vision for the value of physical and digital special collections and archives; enhancing the discoverability, accessibility, and preservation of unique collections; creating extraordinary user experiences; developing and pursuing external funding, including donations, in-kind gifts and grant funding; setting strategic directions and priorities; promoting special collections through a variety of channels, including formal presentations, special events, exhibits, written communications and interpersonal relationships; enhancing and expanding institutional and scholarly collaborations with tribal, regional, national, and international partners; building and stewarding donor relations; and planning for facilities enhancements.
Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in Library/Information Science/Archival Sciences from an ALA-accredited program or another appropriate field; 24 months of management and/or supervisory experience in a special collections and/or archival setting; ability to present a coherent vision and work in a changing environment; demonstrated management experience; experience applying new/emerging technologies to digital scholarship initiatives; proven effectiveness working with and communicating complex issues and perspectives to a wide range of constituencies; excellent communication, organizational, time and project management skills; and thorough knowledge of professional theory and best practices in managing, collecting, organizing and preserving special collections and archives. Background check, including official educational transcripts, required.
Salary and title commensurate with experience. Full-time position; excellent benefits and professional development support. To apply, go to and search job #170761. For application process and full position description including required and preferred qualifications, go to
The University of Oklahoma, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid and educational services. Inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies may be directed to: Bobby J. Mason, University Equal Opportunity Officer and Title IX Coordinator, (405) 325-3546,, or visit
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 17th

Training Officer aka Spy Camp Counselor Washington, DC
The International Spy Museum
Thursday, July 20th, 4PM – 8:30PM (training day)
July 24 – 28th and July 31 - August 4th, 8AM-4:30PM
Position Description: Have you ever wanted to be a spy? Do you have a sense of adventure, love working with kids, and a flair for the dramatic? We have just the job for you! The International Spy Museum seeks energetic, creative, and fun Training Officers AKA camp counselor to lead a team of 10 “recruits” ages 10-13 through a series of workshops, missions and activities too top secret to mention in print!
Thursday, July 20th – Training 4PM to 8:30PM (dinner included)
Monday, July 24th through Friday, July 28th (8AM to 4:30PM)
Monday, July 31st through Friday, August 4th (8AM to 4:30 PM)
Duties: Manage of group of 10 “recruits” ages 10 to 13 as they cycle through workshops, mini-lectures, and missions both inside and outside the Museum. Assist with registration, workshop set-up and clean up each day as well as all support duties to ensure that the camp runs smoothly.
Skills: You are perfect for this assignment if you have: High energy, excellent verbal skills, a flair for the dramatic, an enjoyment of working with children and a desire to learn more about the museum’s content and have fun with it!
Salary: $860 – this includes the 4.5-hour training session as well as each day of camp.
To apply: Submit a cover letter and resume to Lucy Stirn, School and Youth Programs Manager,
Questions? Contact Lucy Stirn, School and Youth Programs Manager at 202-654-0933 or at
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 16th

Director of Operations and Facility Management – Exempt Position Virginia Beach, VA
Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
The Director of Operations and Facility Management reports to the Executive Director and manages the physical plant and the areas of Security, Visitor Services and Museum Shop, Facility Rental, and Maintenance. The Director of Operations and Facility Management is responsible for the successful functioning of all mechanical and electronic systems pertaining to the building, creating a safe and secure environment, and ensuring the building and grounds are impeccably maintained. Makes executive decisions pertaining to museum operations, emergencies, and personnel issues; assisting in museum administration; maintaining building security; maintaining responsibility for daily cash handling and recording of gift shop; serving as the building coordinator and primary contact for facilities issues; supervising museum operations staff; attending meeting and events as necessary; and performing other related duties as assigned.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
- Monitor MOCA’s physical plant including HVAC, plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems, utility usage, structure and roofing; work closely with the City of VB to maintain its maximum effectiveness’. Conduct regular inspections of the building and grounds to determine maintenance needs and recommendations for improvements and repairs.
- Develop a 5 and a 10-year plan for building maintenance, lease hold improvements and replacement and renewals. Manage the plan to achievement.
- Manage the scheduling of building inspections, renovation and capital improvement projects and landscaping needs with City of Virginia Beach Departments of Building Maintenance, Parks and Recreation and/or vendors.
- Provide operational support for all staff regarding telecommunications and computer networking. Conducts the recruitment and selection of outside contractors as needed for all major office equipment and AV.
- Supervise Museum’s operational staff and/or contract services in security, maintenance, visitor services, gift shop and facility marketing. Manage building and staff schedules.
- Manage visitation data collection for grant information and analysis.
- Work closely with Executive Director to formulate the Museum’s strategic goals and initiatives and monitor their progress.
- Work closely with senior staff to foster advancement initiatives to include: fundraising activities, donor solicitation and grant development.
- Oversee budget development and expense management for the Operations, Facility Rental, Taxable Sales and Administration budgets. Responsible for meeting departmental budget goals and initiatives.
- Provide Operations staff with training, support and resources needed to perform their jobs at the highest standard and to comply with but not limited to OSHA requirements, EEOC and DOL regulations and Museum injuries/incidents reporting procedures.
- Build strong relationship with MOCA’s broad constituencies that include: Board of Trustees, members, donors, artists, collectors, educators, philanthropic organizations, corporate leaders, peer institutions, media, vendors, and city representatives.
- Maintain working knowledge and understanding of American Alliance of Museums standards and best practices, staying abreast of emerging trends and practices in museums.
- Work collaboratively with all staff to facilitate a positive working environment and visitor experience. Assist all departments in determining requirements of new exhibitions, programming and special events.
- Assist with opening and closing of the Museum as needed.
- Represent the Museum at public events, participating in professional development with peers when possible.
Required Qualifications:
Bachelors’ degree in Business, Museum Studies or related work experience required. Minimum of 3 years, 5 years preferred of related museum, facility management or operations experience. Demonstrated management success, strong administrative and interpersonal skills, excellent writing, communication and computer skills, and proven budget and multi-tasking skills desired. Must have strong leadership and planning skills with proven effectiveness in managing staff. Knowledge of modern computer programs, including database entry and Microsoft Office. Occasional nights and weekend are required. This position requires confidentiality. Physical requirements include prolonged standing and sitting, must be able to balance, bend, climb, crouch, reach, stand, sit and twist. Must have the finger dexterity to operate mechanical and office equipment. Must be able to lift/move up to 50 lbs. Must exhibit mobility to monitor and maintain systems organization wide and to meet the daily demands of the position.
The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is a nonprofit institution founded in 1952 to foster awareness, exploration and understanding of the significant art of our time. Regularly changing exhibitions feature painting, sculpture, photography, glass, video and other visual media from internationally acclaimed artists as well as artists of national and regional renown. By balancing its four primary activities--gallery exhibitions, studio art classes, educational outreach programs and outdoor art shows--MOCA seeks to involve a diverse regional public in the rich and active language of contemporary visual art.
MOCA does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, or sexual orientation.
Mail or email resumes and letter of interest to:
MOCA Human Resources
Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art
2200 Parks Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
fax: 757.425.8186
No phone calls please.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 16th

Director Urbana, IL
Spurlock Museum
University of Illinois
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks nominations and applications for the position of Director, Spurlock Museum (Spurlock). The next director will be a creative and visionary leader with a strong commitment to building a dynamic, inclusive, and collaborative environment that increasingly impacts the campus, community, and national constituencies that Spurlock serves.
The William R. and Clarice V. Spurlock Museum is the University’s museum of world cultures. Although it opened in its own independent, 55,000 square-foot building in 2002, its roots extend back to predecessor museums that were founded in the 1910s. Its collections include more than 50,000 artifacts from six continents, ranging in date from the Paleolithic to modern times. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums since 2009, Spurlock serves over 50,000 patrons each year, including about 12,000 school children from across the state of Illinois, as well as about 1,000 university students, in organized programs and tours. Spurlock is an engaged partner in the intellectual and cultural work of the campus, involving students and faculty in research and development of exhibitions and museum publications, organizing public programming, and inviting renowned scholars and performers to campus. Increasing Spurlock’s integration into the curriculum and enlisting more of the intellectual assets of the campus into the museum’s exhibition and educational objectives are major priorities.
The position description is available on the University of Illinois Academic Job Board.
Inquiries and applications can be sent to the Search Committee Chair at
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 15th

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Collections Assistant Manager
Dearborn, MI
The Henry Ford
The Assistant Collections Manager – Storage Move will be responsible for the planning and execution of all tasks related to preparing for and moving a large collections storage area. Plans and prepares collections for the move; trains and supervises Collections Specialists in move preparation, including movement, location tracking, documentation, inventory, assembly, care and packing of collection artifacts. This position will also focus on the disposal of deaccessioned collections. Leads and coordinates work with contractors and other THF staff to plan and carry out the move to new storage facility including load planning, inventory control, and re-location in new storage area. Documents all activities via e-mail and/or the museum’s collections management system. Coordinates work with the Historical Resources and others to ensure timely completion of assigned tasks. The specialist will work as a member of/or in cooperation with a variety of teams to accomplish the institutions mission and goals.
For more information and application instructions, please visit our website.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 15th

Visitor Experience Associate Bristol, RI
Herreshoff Marine Museum
Part-Time – Seasonal Museum Visitor Experience Associate
Reports to: Manager of Retail Operations
Department: Museum Store
Type of Position: Approximately 20 hours per week from May-July, then Approximately 25 hours per week from July – December; hourly
Weekend availability a MUST and evening availability necessary.
Position Summary:
Visitors come from every corner of the world to the Herreshoff Marine Museum/America's Cup Hall of Fame (the Museum). The store in the Museum is a very important first stop for visitors to be welcomed and cared for from Museum staff. The Visitor Experience Associate will partner with the Manager of Retail Operations and colleagues to provide service and information to Museum visitors and customers. The Visitor Experience Associate will be knowledgeable about the products presented, fluent in the services that the Museum has to offer, and will promote the Museum's mission, exhibitions, programs and special events. As a representative of the Museum, the Associate will maintain the highest level of courtesy and service to the visiting public.
Why Work For Herreshoff:
We are a dedicated team with unique backgrounds. The museum is filled with unique visitors, you will meet people from all over the world, you will be able to enjoy the various events that we throw, you will get to dress up and dress down, and you will feel supported, needed and encouraged to use this position as a next step for your future career: I can promise you that.
- Prepare store for daily opening and closing in a safe and efficient manner; count cash drawers, ensure POS equipment is properly working, replenish back stock of product and supplies
- Attend daily Flash Meetings at 9:45am in Museum Lobby to learn more about the daily schedule for tour groups, introductory talks, special events, etc.
- Warmly greet customers as they enter the store; courteously offer assistance
- Assist customers with purchase selections; respond to customer requests and inquiries
- Accurately carry out all Point of Sale (POS) transactions to maintain the integrity of the inventory; maintain a neat and orderly POS station
- Assist with special orders both in-person and over the phone, with accurate knowledge of shipping policies and gift wrapping
- Remain knowledge about store products, daily activities throughout the Museum, memberships, and other information to assist visitors with their Museum experience; provide accurate artist and production information to customers
- Maintain merchandise displays and store appearance; dust and clean all shelves, cabinets, and products
- Assist in ensuring the selling floor is fully stocked and remains in a condition that is visually inspiring
- Retain knowledgeable about store sales goals and actively participate in achieving those goals
- Assist with annual inventory count
- Assist with occasional phone orders
- Assist in setting up for special events and special sales
- Assist Manager of Retail Operations in administrative activities related to store operations
- Other duties as required or directed by Manager of Retail Operations
- Outstanding customer service background
- 1+ year(s) prior professional retail sales experience; Museum experience or interest prefered
- Ability to work well in a team environment; exceptional interpersonal skills
- Proactive; able to multi-task and prioritize
- Reliable and prompt
- Comfortable and competent working with numbers/figures and confidential information
- Familiarity with POS systems
- Ability to safely lift up to 40 pounds; ability to climb ladders
- Ability to stand for extended periods of time
- Available to work store schedule, including some evening and definite weekend hours;
Other Things We Are Looking For:
- Background in Historical Interpretation
- Sailing Background
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 email Both a cover letter 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.
Application deadline: April 23, 2017
The Herreshoff Marine Museum/America's Cup Hall of Fame is committed to affording equal opportunities to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disabilities, marital status or sexual orientation.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 15th

Scholastic Program Coordinator Sarasota, FL
The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Scholastic Program Coordinator.
To learn more about this opportunity or to apply to this position via Florida State University please go to: (search under Job ID # 41330). Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include all work history up to ten years, and education details even if attaching a resume.
FSU is an Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. FSU's Equal Opportunity Statement can be viewed here.
For any questions or technical assistance in applying please contact HR at 941-359-5700 x 2605 or via email at
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 14th

Clark Travel-to-Collections Fellowship Dearborn, MI
The Henry Ford
The Clark Travel-to-Collections Fellowship provides support for research using the automotive history collections of The Henry Ford. Applications will be accepted from March 1 to November 1, 2017 for research to be completed during 2018.
Applications are welcomed from researchers who want to use the automotive history collections and plan to publish or publicly present the results of their research. Researchers from all disciplines are welcome and may include doctoral candidates, automotive researchers, journalists, teachers, librarians, museum curators, archivists, and students. The grant covers a minimum two-week period up to a maximum of two months.
For more information and application instructions, please visit our website.
For any questions or technical assistance in applying please contact HR at 941-359-5700 x 2605 or via email at
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 14th

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Assistant Collections Manager Los Angeles, CA
La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
The La Brea Tar Pits and Museum (LBTPM, Los Angeles, California) seeks an Assistant Collections Manager to join an NSF-funded project to reconstruct paleo-food web models. As part of this grant, a classroom-based citizen science initiative to sort, process, and identify plant, insect, and/or other animal microfossil samples from Project 23 (deposits preserving late Quaternary microfossils) will be developed and implemented. The successful candidate will work closely with Collections Staff and a Research Fellow to coordinate, catalog, data base and curate fossils generated by this citizen science initiative.
A member of the Natural History Museum's family of institutions, the LBTPM oversees the renowned La Brea Tar Pits, one of the world's richest Ice Age sites that have yielded an estimated 5 million fossil specimens representing more than 600 species of animals and plants of Late Pleistocene age. These collections afford a huge potential for a broad array of research and public programs and are continuously growing through ongoing excavations.
The position requires excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail, high level of accuracy with data, strong problem solving skills, and familiarity with Microsoft Office and collections management databases. The candidate must be skilled in establishing priorities, coordinating multiple complex projects simultaneously, meeting deadlines, coordinating workflows, and have a flexible/versatile approach to ensuring the project's success. The candidate must have the ability to pay close attention to detail and accuracy with data, and remain focused performing repetitive tasks and to recognize errors. The candidate must be a self-starter, be able to work well with others in a busy, team-oriented office and work independently with minimal supervision.
The successful candidate will have a BS in Biology, Geoscience, Paleontology, Museum Studies, or related academic discipline. They should have at least 2 years of professional experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Other preferred qualifications include having knowledge and experience in standard museum and curatorial practices, familiarity with collections management best practices and collections management systems, experience and proven ability to work in a museum, cultural institution or academic settings
The position is full time for 18 months. Competitive salary, plus an excellent benefits package is available for eligible employees. For more information, please see
Your application should include a cover letter indicating your interest and qualifications for this position, a CV, and contact information for three professional references. Please contact Tyler Hayden at with any questions about the position or application.
The application deadline is May 12th, 2017. The start date is expected during summer 2017.
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please, No Phone Calls, No Fax.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 14th

Historic Site Coordinator Dubuque, IA
Mathias Ham House
Hours: Part-time $12.00 per hour, up to but not exceeding 30 hours per week
Reports to: Director of Education
The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium (NMRMA) is seeking a Historic Site Coordinator for the Mathias Ham House property located in Dubuque, Iowa. The Ham House was constructed by one of Dubuque's earliest entrepreneurs; Ham built his estate in 1856 with money from his successful lead mining endeavors. Inside the home, elegant American and European furnishings exemplify the opulent Victorian lifestyle of a booming river town during the Antebellum period. Also on the property you will find Iowa's oldest building, an 1833 settler's log cabin, an authentic one-room schoolhouse, and a lead mine and "badger hole" (a lead miner's dwelling).
This position coordinates the daily operations of the Ham House by (1) scheduling, training, and supervising a team of seasonal tour guides; (2) overseeing ticketing and retail sales, reconciling cash registers, and making bank deposits; and (3) ensuring the maintenance of the site's exhibits, programming, and public areas. During the winter months, the Site Coordinator will prepare for future programs and assist the education department on the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium campus.
This position reports to the Director of Education and collaborates with all DCHS departments to achieve desired development, curatorial, education, operations, and marketing goals.
Education: Maintain the NMRMA's high standards in providing accurate and engaging information. Present hands-on historic programs and lead guided interpretive house tours. Ensure the house team is helpful, knowledgeable, technically adept at guiding tours, able to discuss all aspects of current site programming, and able to deliver future educational programming designed by the Education Department. Provide daily leadership, supervision, consistent communication, and ongoing trainings. Participate in vision planning for the Mathias Ham Historic Site and the Education Department of the NMRMA.
Message Development: Enhance the interpretive messages established for the Ham House and its grounds, including the log cabin, schoolhouse, and lead mine. Update and create information packets using reputable sources for the team to reference.
Operations: Monitor and help with site maintenance. Keep accurate records, maintain security of funds, report attendance and revenue consistently, and ensure compliance to all policies and procedures for the historic site including but not limited to opening and closing duties.
Events: Develop, implement, and evaluate new public programs and events at the Ham House while maintaining current program offerings (Pioneer Days, 4th of July Celebration, and Christmas at the Ham House).
Curatorial: Monitor exhibits in the house and obtain prior approval from or liaise with the DCHS Curatorial Department for any work that affects the historic property or artifacts.
Marketing: Assist with the advancement of public relations efforts for the Ham House site by coordinating with Director of Education and the Sales and Marketing Department to promote Ham House events, programs, and school groups. Keep the Marketing Director apprised of all media coverage on the Ham House grounds while representing the NMRMA in a professional courteous manner at all times.
Development: Assist with grant writing and sponsorship proposals to improve historic programming hosted at the Ham House property.
This position requires a bachelor's degree (or equivalent experience) in history, education, historic site management, museum studies, or a related field. Additional experience managing operations and/or overseeing staff is desirable.
To Apply:
Applicants must submit a completed National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium Application for Employment (found here) along with a cover letter and resume to:
Mark D. Wagner, Director of Education
Dubuque County Historical Society
350 East 3rd Street
Dubuque, IA 52001
Application materials may also be emailed to
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 11th

Education Programs Manager Arlington, VA
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) is seeking to hire a committed, skilled and outgoing professional to work as the organization’s Education Programs Manager. Based in Arlington, VA, VVMF is the nonprofit organization that founded the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (The Wall) in Washington, D.C. in 1982. VVMF’s mission is to honor and preserve the legacy of service in America and educate all generations about the impact of the Vietnam War and era.
The Education Programs Manager will lead and manage VVMF’s existing educational programming, establish innovative opportunities for programming nationwide via social media, collaborate with experts to develop an online learning community and develop strategic partnerships with various institutions.
The Education Programs Manager reports to the President/CEO. The candidate should have:
- Demonstrated ability to create or maintain existing curriculum mapped to teaching standards (e.g., Common Core, C3, state standards) and higher education requirements
- Demonstrated skills doing basic video/audio editing and integration into a variety of delivery formats
- Ability to lead classroom discussions with students, in-person or via distance learning technologies
- Demonstrated experience creating and managing educational programs in classroom and museum settings
- Demonstrated skills interviewing first-person sources and turning them into educational content
- Experience actively managing groups of educators, volunteers, and students
- Master’s degree in Museum Education, Education, History, or related discipline
- Established contacts with museum professionals, educators, and education-related institutions and organizations
- Excellent computer skills and experience in communicating through social media sites
- Strong written and verbal skills
- Desire to demonstrated measurable results in educational programs
- Desire and ability to work as part of an interactive and collaborative team
- Exceptional time management skills; meet deadlines
- Grant writing experience a plus
The ideal candidate will also possess:
- Knowledge of the history of the Vietnam war and era preferred
- Technology savvy
VVMF offers excellent benefits; medical insurance, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, Flexible Spending Account, 401(k) plan and much more. This position offers a unique opportunity for the applicant to work with a nationally recognized and well-respected organization that impacts millions each year. If you want the opportunity to work with dedicated professionals, teachers, historians, volunteers and veterans, and the general public, this position is for you.
If interested in this position, we strongly suggest you review and explore our website. Please send a cover letter addressing your interest and a current detailed resume listing your salary requirement to
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 10th

Facility Rental & Events Coordinator Buffalo, NY
Buffalo Museum of Science
Basic Purpose and Responsibility: The Facility Rental & Events Coordinator will lead the effort in the promotion and sales of the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve for private rental events such as weddings, corporate events, private dinners, parties, etc. She/he will provide outstanding customer service to private individuals, corporations, and organizations while promoting and selling facility rentals. She/he will serve as the onsite logistics coordinator and Society representative for all rentals. She/he will organize and execute annual sales and logistics plans for both locations, including vendor and volunteer recruitment and contract coordination. The coordinator is responsible for the management, organization, and planning of facility rentals and will be expected to exceed annual rental revenue goals in the range of $35-70k annually.
She/he will prepare financial and customer satisfaction rental reports as requested and create and manage the facility rental budget. She/he will also assist with the coordination and execution of special fundraising events initiated by the Development and External Relations departments.
The position plays a critical role in building customer satisfaction through outstanding service. He/she will provide world-class client and patron service to all potential business contacts. This position reports directly to the Marketing and Special Events Manager and must work effectively with other Society staff including administrative, maintenance, development, finance, education, curatorial and Tifft Nature Preserve departments
Full posting here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted March 10th