Visitor Services Associate Hilton Head Island, SC
Coastal Discovery Museum
The Visitor Services Associate is the first point of contact for many of the Coastal Discovery Museum visitors. We are searching for someone with experience working with potential visitors on the phone, processing reservations, and managing online sales. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for communicating our mission, inspiring people to care for the Lowcountry and encouraging them to take action to preserve our environment, history, and culture.
The VSA should be comfortable learning the details of our programs, tours, events, membership opportunities, and sharing this information with our visitors. They will be responsible for answering the main phone line, responding to questions from the public, managing reservations for all of our activities, processing payments, and coordinating with docents and staff as required. Additional duties include working with front desk volunteers, opening and closing of The Discovery House and ensuring security procedures are followed.
To apply, please send a resume and contact information for three references to Jennifer Stupica, Director of Finance and Administration at We are considering both full- and part-time applicants. Hourly rate is $12-$14.00.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 23rd


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Part-Time Docent Denver, CO
Molly Brown House Museum
Position Summary:
Docents at the Molly Brown House Museum lead groups of guests through the Museum and should be interested in history, be able to speak clearly in front of large and small groups, have a flexible schedule and be dependable. This position is for approximately 12 hours/week and will include both weekday and weekend shifts including every Sunday. The rate of pay is $10.00/hr. For immediate start, training will be provided.
Previous experience working directly with the public is necessary. Previous museum, docent, volunteer, or public speaking experience, and Spanish proficiency are all preferred. An interest in history and storytelling is preferred to facilitate training and the ability to engage guests and place Margaret Brown’s life in context.
Physical/Mental Requirements:
This position requires walking or standing to a significant degree. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include reaching, handling, talking and/or hearing (ordinary conversation) and seeing (near and far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, accommodation and color vision).
Required are the abilities to apply principles of logic or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; to interpret a variety of technical instructions in various forms; to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; to utilize spatial, visual and tactile discrimination; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and volunteers, supervisory staff, other organizations and agencies, and the general public.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Historic Denver, Inc., the parent company of the Molly Brown House Museum, is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by state or local law. Prospective employees are subject to a background check.
Resumes accepted by e-mail only to:
For Immediate Hire.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 22nd

Museum Director Newaygo, MI
Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center (NCMHC)
Here is an exciting position for you to consider! There are unlimited opportunities to enhance the culture of Newaygo County and leave a legacy of innovation while overseeing the safeguarding of its history and the community’s heritage.
The Director will:
- Through directing, supervising and planning with staff and volunteers: assure the museum objectives of protecting the County’s heritage, attract local visitors and tourists alike, and educate youth through dynamic displays and compelling programs
- Direct, supervise and motivate staff, generate revenue, donations, fundraising and grants for the continued growth of NCMHC
- Coordinate ongoing development of personnel, exhibits and programs that will contribute to the successful operation and development of NCMHC
- Oversee maintenance of the museum, exhibits and storage facilities
- Develop visitor and community services, education and special events within established budget
- Assure the expansion and presentation of vibrant public programs through in-house development, partnerships and collaborations
- Effectively market NCMHC to promote use by local residents and tourists
- Display proven success in establishing and maintaining productive relationships with prospective and active funders, governing boards, peer organizations and the public
- Demonstrate leadership, management and budgeting abilities
- Demonstrate ability to write effective grants
- Be able to work in Microsoft Word, Excel and QuickBooks
- Have experience in museum operation, community development or the non-profit section; and/or, have a Bachelor degree in a closely-related field
- Become acquainted with the history of Newaygo County
- Be able to attend appropriate civic and government meetings along with working occasional evening and weekend events
- Have the ability to work in a rural setting and maintain positive relationships with diverse age groups
- Salary: Commensurate with position/experience. This position is full-time at 40 hours/week
- Application: Send resume, cover letter and other application material to Reference “Museum Director” when applying. If paper copy, please address to: James M. Rynberg, P.O. Box 454, Fremont, MI. 49412
Please submit not later than October 15, 2017.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 19th

Program Coordinator Muscatine, IA
Muscatine Art Center
Part Time
Develop, plan and coordinate a wide variety of adult and children’s classes, programs, events and workshops scheduled through the Muscatine Art Center. Schedule studio art instruction and school, youth and adult tours. May serve as studio art instructor for youth, family and/or adult classes. Responsible for promotion of programs, classes, workshops, tours, special events and other public offerings. Layout class brochure, write press release, design fliers and create e-newsletters. Represent the Art Center at community activities and provide occasional outreach programs. Take registrations for school, child, family, adult and youth group programs, tours and studio art classes. Order supplies based on planned studio art activities, follow City finance procedures and keep expenditures within project budget guidelines. Assist with organizing Art Center events. Conduct visitor/program participant surveys and gather data from evaluations. Contribute to exhibition planning by developing child-friendly activities. Work with teachers and other youth educators to develop programs which connect to classroom learning and/or organizational criteria (for example, Scout badge programs). Work schedule varies – some evenings and weekends required.
Salary: $15.39 per hour with part time benefits. 29 hours per week.
Minimum Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
- Ability to develop a variety of classes, workshops, events and programs.
- Ability to plan and carry out all steps in creating a public program or event such as scheduling, following a budget, ordering supplies, publicizing, taking registrations, identifying the need for staff or volunteer assistance.
- Ability to work with people of all ages.
- Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, in a clear and concise manner.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, City officials and the general public.
- Residency in Iowa is required following appointment.
Preferred Qualifications
- Understanding of art/history, studio art instruction, early childhood education and/or museum practices.
- Experience working with children and/or teaching adults.
- Experience developing programs or events.
- Marketing, social media.
To Apply: Applications are available in Human Resources, City Hall, 215 Sycamore Street in Muscatine or at In addition to submitting the application, please provide resume and a cover letter. The deadline for applying is Friday, October 6, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Anticipated start date is November 6, 2017.
Muscatine is an EEO/AA Employer.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 19th

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Activity Center Assistant (imagiNATIONS) Washington, DC
National Museum of the American Indian
This position is located in the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), Smithsonian Institution (SI). The employee has primary responsibility for implementing established programs and interaction with children under 12 years of age and their families.
Presents and supports established educational programs to children 0 – 12 years, school groups, and families in the imagiNATIONS Activity Center including collaboration and implementation of age appropriate and inquiry-based educational programs.
Facilitates programs with dialog on topics that are by and about Native cultures of the Western Hemisphere, American Indians and Alaskan Natives. These programs include, but not limited to, storytelling activities; educational craft workshops, and presentations with a focus on Native communities and programs for school classes in the imagiNATIONS Activity Center.
Mediates the experiences for visitors in the imagiNATIONS Activity Center by interacting—primarily with children 0 to 12 years of age—thru facilitation of interactive areas, helping visitors to use interactive stations and explore handling collections and discovery boxes, and providing additional resources to answer visitor queries.
Assists with the maintenance of the inventory and collections of the Activity Center by observing IAC procedures for crowd control, visitors’ use of books, and handling collections, etc. The work includes proper care and maintenance of the objects and shelving/storage, assisting in developing the Activity Center collections, and working closely with the floor lead and center coordinator to maintain the operations of the interactive components of the Activity Center including working with exhibitions, IT, education, facilities, and other stakeholders.
Responds to the visitor questions, resolves the visitor problems, or de-escalates more serious issues in the entrance line, on the floor, or anywhere within the activity center or museum public spaces.
Conditions of Employment:
Pass Pre-employment Background Investigation
May need to complete a Probationary Period
Maintain a Bank Account for Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer
Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered with Selective Service.
Qualification requirements must be met within 30 days of the job announcement closing date.
For information on qualification requirements, see Qualification Standards Handbook for General Schedule Positions viewable on the web.
You have one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-4 level in the Federal service or comparable pay band system related to the work of this position. This specialized experience is defined as working with children in an educational environment such as a museum or school.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
Part-time and/or unpaid experience related to this position will be considered to determine the total number of years and months of experience. Be sure to note the number of paid or unpaid hours worked each week.
Or Education:
4 years above high school.
Successfully completed education above the high school level in any field for which high school graduation or the equivalent is the normal prerequisite is creditable. This education must have been obtained in an accredited business, secretarial or technical school, junior college, college or university. One year of full-time academic study is defined as 30 semester hours, 45 quarter hours, or the equivalent in a college or university, or at least 20 hours of classroom instruction per week for approximately 36 weeks in a business, secretarial, or technical school.
Or a Combination: Education and experience may be combined to meet the basic qualifications. For a full explanation of this option please see the Qualification Standards. Special Instructions for Foreign Education: If you are qualifying by education and/or you have education completed in a foreign college/university described above, it is your responsibility to provide transcripts and proof of U.S. accreditation for foreign study. For instructions on where to fax these documents, see the “Required Documents” section of this announcement.
Apply here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 19th

Assistant Curator (Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design) New York, NY
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is pleased to announce an opening for an Assistant Curator of Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design. The Curatorial Department is responsible for the museum’s renowned collection that includes both historic and contemporary design, one-off, limited edition, and mass-produced objects, and a new focus on digital media. The collections are overseen by four curatorial departments: Product Design and Decorative Arts; Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design; Textiles; and Wallcoverings, and encompass the rich holdings of the Smithsonian’s Design Library and archives, which are located on Cooper Hewitt’s (CHSDM) campus. While some collection objects and archives are stored on-site, a majority are in the museum’s new state-of-the art storage facility located in Newark.
Cooper Hewitt’s Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design (DPGD) department, among the world’s foremost repositories of European and American works on paper, holds over 147,000 drawings and prints dating from the Renaissance to the present. Included are designs for architecture, decorative arts, interiors, ornament, jewelry, textiles, graphic and industrial design, and the fine arts. Among highlights are the collection of over 400 albums of European ornament prints; Italian studies for architecture and interior decoration; and extensive holdings of American, European, and Japanese post-war graphic design. A noted strength is over 10,000 American 19th-century drawings and prints, including the largest collections of Frederic Edwin Church and Winslow Homer drawings in the world. The Department annually welcomes over 400 scholars, students, collectors, and the public to the Drue Heinz Study Center for Drawings and Prints and the Henry Luce Study Room for American Art. The Assistant Curator will report to the Associate Curator and Head of Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design.
Full details here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 19th

Curatorial Research Assistant (American Art) New York, NY
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Major Duties:
- The Research Assistant will conduct original research to thoroughly catalogue the objects in The Museum System (TMS), referencing both the museum’s cataloguing cards, the accession ledgers, Registrar’s files, and all subsequent scholarship to determine accurate titles, dates, related works, and provenance history. Works with paper conservators on projects related to research activities.
- Enters or oversees data entered into TMS to ensure immediate availability to the public via the museum’s website and interactive tables in the galleries, where visitors can digitally access and explore the collection. Responsible for maintaining the quality and accuracy of object documentation in TMS.
- Works closely with DPGD’s Associate Curator and Research Cataloguer to prepare guidelines for data entry, which will also be reviewed by the Associate Registrar. These guidelines will be outlined in an appendix to the Cooper Hewitt Drawings, Prints & Graphic Design Cataloguing Standards Manual.
- Drafts well-written and researched blog entries for Object of the Day regarding American works on paper in the collection.
- Drafts shorter well-written and researched texts (approx. 75-150 words) for the in-gallery digital tables and collections website.
- Visits cultural and educational institutions to consult material essential to this research. Presents findings from travel to curatorial staff.
- Contributes to the forthcoming exhibitions. Presents new scholarship at scholarly conferences or in publications.
Full positng here.
Application Procedure:
Please submit cover letter and resume (addressing qualification requirements) to
Open until filled.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 19th

Carol Bates Fellowship Baltimore, MD
The Walters Art Museum
The Carol Bates Fellowship 2017-2018
Job Location: Education
The Walters Art Museum is accepting applicants for the Carol Bates Fellowship. In June 2018, the Walters will re-open One West Mount Vernon Place, the historic house that is part of the Walters campus. With the revitalization of One West, the Walters is taking a dynamic new approach to the presentation of art while preserving a building that is an architectural treasure all undertaken with the goal of enriching the visitor experience.
This project promises to make art more accessible and meaningful to more people and to connect the Walters and its collection more closely with the people and concerns of the City of Baltimore.
The transformation of One West includes the creation of a new studio space that invites visitors of all ages to create their own works of art, using tools and materials that are both unique and fun. The Bates Fellow will work with museum staff to create a dynamic curriculum for this space. The fellow will research Walters programs well as other museums interactive spaces. Based on this research he/she will write and implement “drop-in” style lessons for the One West space. The fellow will need to consider certain elements that are unique to the creation of lessons in a museum setting: selecting of museum-safe materials, usability of lessons for inter-generational audiences as well as creating relevancies for new audiences to the collection. Lessons will employ best practices for art making and educational pedagogy, encourage visitors to create either by themselves or with others, and make meaningful connections between the themes presented in One West Mt. Vernon, The Walters, and visitors’ own lives.
Not only will the fellow be responsible for the creation of lessons but he/she will also make recommendations for the purchasing of materials and the maintenance and staffing of the space. He/she will analyze the successes and challenges of the space once it opens.
We seek creative individuals who are either enrolled in or are recent graduates of Museum Studies, Museum Education, Education, Fine Arts, Art History or Liberal Arts programs.
Special preference will be given to candidates who have experience in creating and conducting innovative lesson plans for informal learning environments. Excellent customer relations and communication skills are essential. This fellowship is a 32-hour per week position at $17 per hour, and runs for 10 months. Some weekend and night work may be required. This fellowship is privately funded and provides a stipend plus health benefits.
For consideration, send your letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Application end date is September 29, 2017.
An Equal Opportunity, Equal Access Employer. A drug and smoke free workplace.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 16th

JHU Masters

Campus Engagement Coordinator 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 read the full job description and to apply online please go to our job-site and seach for position # 1125768.
Dartmouth College is an AA/EOE employer.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 15th

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Public Outreach Fellowship Washington, DC
Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History & American Society for Microbiology
NMNH and the American Society for Microbiology are collaborating on a new Fellowship sponsored by ASM and detailed to NMNH. It is a great opportunity for someone interested in developing and executing public programs for the exhibit, Outbreak, Epidemics in a Connected World, an exhibit on viral zoonoses. The Fellow would work closely with the Education & Outreach team at NMNH and attend meetings at ASM headquarters.
The American Society for Microbiology’s (ASM) Communications Committee has an opening for an ASM Headquarter Fellows; this is a 12-month position. The Communications Committee’s mission is to engage, inform, and excite public audiences about ASM’s science by:
- Identifying strategic, global issues and provide timely information that informs and engages audiences; and
- Empowering ASM members to communicate confidently and effectively about science; and
- Making ASM a recognized leader in using evidence-based, innovative, and compelling strategies to exchange knowledge.
The Committee sponsors public programs, professional development opportunities, and media support to advance its mission.
The fellow will have the opportunity to explore a non-academic and non-research career that allows him/her to acquire knowledge and skills needed to successfully develop and execute public outreach programs. ASM has established a relationship with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History to support Outbreak, Epidemics in a Connected World, an exhibit on viral zoonoses, which will open in May 2018. As part of that relationship, the fellow will work closely with the Education and Outreach team at NMNH to develop on-site and online public programming and resources, and volunteer coordination related to the exhibit. He/she will be physically located at the NMNH on the National Mall in Washington, DC, but will be expected to attend meetings at ASM headquarters on a weekly basis. The fellow will report to the National Outreach Program Manager at NMNH and the Public Outreach Manager at ASM.
The fellowship offers a $50,000 annual stipend, medical benefits, and a public transportation subsidy.
For more information and to submit an application visit the ASM website.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 15th

Special Events Coordinator Rockford, IL
Midway Village Museum
Midway Village Museum is seeking a creative, dynamic person to develop and produce public special events.
Midway Village is Rockford’s history museum and also features a living history Victorian Village. More information can be found at
The job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Manage a challenging calendar of special events for the general public, working to introduce new events while keeping existing events fresh. Events include but are not limited to annual fundraising events, WW1 and WW2 reenactments, Sock Monkey Madness festival, Victorian Teas, and All Hallows Eve trick or treating event.
- Work closely with the Director of Marketing to promote and evaluate events.
- Develop and manage budgets for each event
- Negotiate contracts and partnerships with performers, re-enactors and vendors
- Work with other members of the Education Department to ensure events are true to the Museum’s mission and values.
College degree required. Knowledge of history, recreation, event planning or museums preferred. Must have strong interpersonal skills and be a self motivator. This is a full-time position. Weekend and evening work will be required but will be offset by compensatory time.
To apply submit resume and three references to: or to Curator, Midway Village Museum, 6799 Guilford Rd., Rockford, IL 61107. No phone calls please.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 14th

Brand Identity Manager Buffalo, NY
Buffalo Museum of Science
Dep’t.: Experience / Marketing and Public Relations
Primary Reporting Responsibility: Director of Experience and Director of Marketing and Public Relations
Status: Full time / Exempt
Overview: At the Buffalo Museum of Science, we take pride in providing an environment that inspires curiosity, self-directed learning and fun for our guests of all ages. All staff are recruited, trained, directed and developed with this in mind. We believe that science is fun and that everyone can be a scientist when they make observations and ask questions. Research show that when you mix GREAT SERVICE with GREAT PEOPLE, the result is LASTING MEMORIES for our guests.
Summary of Position: The Brand Identity Manager will have primary responsibility for ensuring that all visual products and representations of, by, and for the Buffalo Museum of Science (BMS) and Tifft Nature Preserve (Tifft) are consistent and appropriate in construct and quality. This position will provide leadership in the strategy, art direction, design and production of all printed and digital graphics, signage and collateral for the BMS and Tifft. In providing support and expertise across the organization, the Brand Identity Manager will dually report to the Director of Experience and the Director of Marketing and Public Relations.
Essential Functions
- Oversee, manage and maintain the BMS and Tifft’s visual brand identities across the various departments of the organization
- Provide art direction on all pieces of visual collateral to ensure they are consistent with the BMS and Tifft’s visual identities
- Collaborate with Marketing / PR, Exhibits, Collections and Development departments
- Contribute to organization-wide efforts as appropriate
- Create all cross-departmental graphics, including:
** BMS and Tifft advertisements (print and digital ads)
** Exhibits print collateral
** Way-finding and signage systems
** BMS and Tifft website and social graphics
** Bi-Monthly print newsletter design
** Email newsletter design
** Capital campaign, annual fund and annual report design (as needed)
** Special event invitations and on-site signage
** Miscellaneous design needs
- Maintain the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve master brand style guides
- Develop style guides for each Audience Engagement Program or special event to ensure they are aligned with the BMS and Tifft master brands
- Other tasks as assigned.
Experience, Skills and Personal Qualities Required:
- Minimum 2-4 years professional experience in graphic design
- Strong graphic design and production experience, including printing and mounting
- Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, InDesign, Flash) and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
- Strong project and traffic management skills; ability to multi-task effectively and juggle multiple graphics request at one time
- Very strong organizational and problem-solving skills
- Ability to work safely and efficiently in high-stress situations
- Video editing and production skills preferred
- Team player with sense of curiosity and a belief in the potential of knowledge and understanding of science to improve quality of life
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, a degree in Design preferred
Physical Demands:
- Working at a computer for extended periods of time
- Listening and speaking on the phone frequently
- Lifting and moving signage and exhibit elements occasionally
- Walking often within the Museum
The Museum’s culture is one of collaboration, collegiality and teamwork. Candidates must enjoy working with people and have a desire to produce products and experiences of the highest quality. This job description is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, qualifications and work conditions. There will be times when the duties of this position will be modified in order to provide the best possible experience for our guests.
Please send cover letter, resume and names of three references via USPS or email to:
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 14th

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Director of Visitor Experience Dearborn, MI
Edsel & Eleanor Ford House/Fair Lane/Historic Ford Estates
Purpose of Position:
The Director of Visitor Experience (Director) is responsible for developing and coordinating strategy and implementation for all programming relevant to the Historic Ford Estates’ (Edsel & Eleanor Ford House and Fair Lane, the Home of Clara and Henry Ford) visitor experience and audience development. This position plays a key role in supporting the Estates’ commitment to creating visitor-centered experiences that transform the ways our audiences connect with our collections and the Ford Family story, the work of our staff and researchers, and the world around us now and during the period of significance for the two estates. The Director identifies desired outcomes, strengthens existing programs and events, and implements new initiatives to meet those goals. Oversight includes the Estates’ public programs, school curricular-focused programs, community outreach efforts, and exhibition programs. The Director is responsible for strategic experience planning and development related to the new Visitor Center building at the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, as well as developing programming for re-opening of Fair Lane. This position functions as a departmental manager, providing budgetary/personnel oversight, representing the Historic Ford Estates in the community, and participating on senior management committees.
Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
The Director of Visitor Experience will design, develop, and implement strategies for evaluating the impact of lifelong learning programs and for expanding external partnerships that are regional and global in scope. S/he works closely and collaboratively across the Estates’ divisions (Historic Resources, Communications, Philanthropic Endeavors, and Operations) and departments (Landscape, Material Culture/Collections, Archives/Research, Facilities, and Retail). The Director is responsible for strategic development and implementation of a strong set of mission-based educational and public programs for all audience levels – from public history to scholarly. S/he serves on the collaborative exhibit development team (with the Director of Material Culture and the Archives & Research Manager) and serves as primary visionary for exhibits, immersive media-based experiences, and other signature experiences. S/he ensures experiences that move, empower, delight, amaze, inspire, and welcome visitors.
The Director of Visitor Experience is an effective negotiator and strong consensus builder inside and outside the Estates with a proven track record of team-work and community collaboration. S/he will be proficient in crafting and managing budgets, incorporating audience data analytics, developing strategic and results-driven programming that includes distance learning, expanding community and classroom outreach initiatives, developing educator programs and curriculum including a variety of public programs for all ages and different learning skills and styles to successfully engage a broad range of diverse community stakeholders representing local, regional, national and international interests.
The Director of Visitor Experience will be a visionary who is recognized as a compelling leader in the museum or history field of education and public programming, and who possesses a keen interest in developing robust programs that are well-planned, grounded, and ensure the Historic Ford Estates serve effectively as an advocate for innovation in museum education and community engagement.
Job Skills and Requirements:
- Master Degree in Museum Education, Education, Museum Studies, American History, Public History, or American Studies is required.
- A minimum of 10 years paid museum experience with five years demonstrated experience in departmental management and successful educational program development and implementation is required.
- Outstanding interpersonal, public speaking, and writing skills.
- Ability to multitask and meet deadlines in a fast-paced work environment.
- Knowledge of current learning and evaluative theories and practices.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with other staff, visitors, volunteers, peers, and community representatives.
- Experience in exhibition development.
- Experience in writing and administering grants is desirable.
How to apply:
Submit resume with salary history to
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 14th

Gallery Learning Experiences Coordinator Chicago, IL
The Field Museum
Gallery Learning Experiences Coordinator
The individual in this position will work with three other coordinators to comprise a team dedicated to engaging visitors in hands-on experiences focused on Field Museum collections and science.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Staffing and facilitating visitor interactions in The Grainger Science Hub
- Developing new content for hands-on activity carts and education programming for The Grainger Science Hub, highlighting Field Museum collections and science
- Maintaining all hands-on activity carts so they are ‘visitor ready’ at all times
- Assisting in the recruitment, interviewing, training, scheduling and daily coordination of activity volunteers
- Collaborating with other Gallery Learning Experiences Coordinators on the frequent rotation of content in The Grainger Science Hub
- Bachelors degree in education or communications required, graduate level degree in education, learning sciences, communications or similar field of study preferred.
- The ideal candidate must have strong communication skills and excel at successfully managing and interacting with groups of people.
- The individual must enjoy working with others and possess the ability to read an audience through classroom teaching, stage performance or equivalent.
- A passion for the sciences is preferred.
- The individual must be able to successfully work as part of a team by pursuing self-directed projects and activities that contribute to the larger whole.
- 3-5 years experience in one or a combination of the following is a must – classroom teaching at the PreK-12 level, supervising peers, employees or volunteers and developing learning experiences for informal environments.
- Bilingual candidates a plus.
Although applying via our online application system is preferred, you may also mail your resume and cover letter to:
The Field Museum
Attn: Human Resources
1400 South Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60605
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 14th

Museum Administrative Assistant Catskill, NY
Thomas Cole National Historic Site
The Thomas Cole National Historic Site (TCNHS) is now hiring for a full time position of Museum Administrative Assistant, reporting directly to the Executive Director. The TCNHS is a rapidly growing, entrepreneurial organization that offers ample opportunity to learn, grow, and take on more responsibilities over time. The position is open immediately.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
- Maintain an orderly and smooth-running office, order supplies, open mail, answer phone calls, and receive packages.
- Process invoices, expense reports, licenses, agreements, forms, permits, and other administrative documents.
- Create mailing lists, labels, mail merge letters and other aspects of mailings. Keep the database up to date and enter new names and addresses. Track RSVPs for events.
- Collect all incoming payments and make deposits. Process credit card transactions.
- Track pledges, donations and membership expiration dates and send timely reminder letters and acknowledgements.
- Keep records of staff hours and leave time. Report hours to the payroll service.
- Manage communication with banks, utilities, vendors of computer/office equipment, etc.
- Monitor online payments and fulfill online shop orders.
- Draft letters, compile reports, and other projects as directed.
The ideal candidate must be a graduate of a four-year college degree program and have excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, a strong work ethic, and the ability to prioritize and track many projects at once. The successful candidate will have a cheerful and positive outlook and the energy to enjoy an environment with many changes and rapid growth.
This is a full-time, non-exempt positon with some benefits offered. Hourly rate $13-14, DOE.
Application Instructions:
Please submit (1) a resume, (2) a cover letter explaining why you are qualified and interested in the position, and (3) contact information for at least three professional references via e-mail to
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 12th

Manager of Operations and Special Events San Francisco, CA
Museum of Craft and Design
Reports to: Associate Director
Hours: 40 hours per week, exempt; some nights and weekends required
The Manager of Operations and Special Events works closely with the Office of the Director to develop and implement the Museum of Craft and Design’s policies and procedures regarding facility management, security and event services. This position oversees and coordinates maintenance, repair, utility operations, security, IT and building services. In addition, this position manages the Special Events division of the Museum, including rental sales, catering, and private and non-profit special events.
Primary Responsibilities:
- In partnership with the Office of the Director, develops and implements policies and best practice to ensure high standards of building maintenance, security and operations for MCD.
- Hires, trains, schedules, supervises, and evaluates security staff; hires and oversees contract labor as needed
- In partnership with Museum’s leadership and curatorial and preparators teams, develops and implements safety measures for protection of art objects, staff and public utilizing the facility; ensures staff is trained accordingly to maintain the safety, appearance and effective/efficient use of the facility
- Conducts daily inspections of facility spaces to ensure high standards of appearance and readiness are maintained
- Supervises all vendor contracts associated with structure maintenance and operations including janitorial, fire detection, fire protection, HVAC, security, communications, IT, parklette maintenance, audio/visual, electrical and mechanical
- Plans for and supervises building structure and service systems repair, alteration and upgrade projects
- Responds to building security alerts, ensuring proper response is undertaken as well as proper security system operation is maintained
- Creates and maintains maintenance/operations manuals and inventories
- Manages the building key and alarm system for access control
- Develops and maintains departmental budgets, monthly reports, and tracks expenses, expenditures and special event attendance
- Collaborates with staff to create and update master schedule and online calendars
- Assists Curatorial and Exhibition teams in rotations and installation of exhibitions including vinyl patching and painting of walls, assembly and movement of mobile walls, pedestals and supports, lighting installation and art installations as requested
- Hires, trains, schedules, supervises and evaluates custodial staff
Additional Responsibilities:
- In partnership with the Office of the Director, develops, oversees and implements special event and rental services for the Museum
- Hires, trains, schedules, supervises, and evaluates event staff; hires and oversees contract labor as needed
- Oversees the development and timely distribution of rental contracts, insurance materials, and deposits for private and non-profit rentals
- Manages the operation of all museum audio/visual systems including system setup and operation for special events
- Works in collaboration with Marketing to promote rental sales for the organization
Required Skill and Knowledge:
- Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to balance priorities and meet deadlines in a fast-paced setting
- Possesses excellent written, organizational, speaking and interpersonal skills
- Highly proficient in the use of computers and software applications, including database management; ability to learn new applications
- Demonstrated outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal skills
- Possesses positive attitude, initiative, sound judgement, and ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule as needed including some nights and weekends
- Ability to respond quickly to urgent security, building service and utility needs
Minimum Experience and Education:
- Associates Degree in related field and/or equivalent work experience
- Three to five years relevant experience involving project management and operation and maintenance of non-profit or commercial facilities
- Demonstrated knowledge of non-profit event management models (experience working in cultural organizations preferred)
To Apply:
The Museum of Craft and Design is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse work environment. Please send resume and cover letter to, or mail to 2569 Third St, San Francisco, CA 94107. No phone calls please. 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 September 12th

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Visual Resources Coordinator
Washington, DC
The Newseum
Job Type: Full time
The Visual Resources department is responsible for researching, acquiring, cataloging and licensing images for the Newseum, as well as managing collections of photographs from photojournalists and photographers to become part of the Newseum’s permanent collection. The images in the Newseum collection relate to current news, the history of the news around the world and the First Amendment. They are used in exhibitions and other Newseum projects, and also serve as tools for public outreach and as a resource for the journalism community, scholars and the public.
The Visual Resources Coordinator contributes to exhibit content development and supports Newseum exhibitions, broadcast productions, education digital modules and marketing efforts. Under the supervision of the Director of Photography and Visual Resources, the Visual Resources Coordinator will:
- Conduct photo research, and acquire and license images from stock agencies, libraries, museums and online sites.
- Assume responsibility for cataloging images into a digital asset management system. This includes the input of technical, photographic and descriptive metadata; linking image files to existing database entries; and maintaining accurate records of source and credit information.
- Assist in management of digital assets throughout exhibit and production work flows, and develop efficient processes to share visual materials during image presentations.
- Assist in coordination of scanning, resizing, quality check, proofing and delivery of images exhibited in and for the promotion of the Newseum.
- Manage the Ted Polumbaum image collection. This includes fulfillment of photo research requests, preparation of research copies of requested materials, generation of licenses and coordination of research and license payment.
- Assume responsibility for digital file processing and archiving as well as labeling, housing and filing of photographic prints and digital media.
- Organize research documents for future use and maintain library system records for referencing and retrieving materials as needed.
- Bachelor’s degree or MLS/MLIS and/or equivalent experience.
- Two years’ work experience or educational training in library or archives, museum photographic department or archive, or photo research environment.
- Experience with photo research techniques and sources, in both analog and digital formats.
- Experience in working with digital asset management systems or photographic databases.
- Experience in classifying and cataloging images, and keywording using controlled languages.
- Strong computer skills, including experience with both PC and Macintosh platforms; image editing, organization and display programs (Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, Bridge and Photo Mechanic); and organizational spreadsheet tools such as Excel.
- Strong knowledge of digital imaging work flow, production tools and software.
- Knowledge of standards and practices for preservation and management of archival collections, including digital archives.
- Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks. Ability to work on multiple tasks and meet multiple deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
- Strong organizational skills, self-motivation and attention to detail.
- Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with visual resources staff, Newseum personnel, fabricators and other vendors.
- Familiarity with a variety of photographic media and processes.
- Desired qualification: work experience or educational training as a photographer.
Application Process:
Please send resumé and letter of interest to
Application Deadline: September 29, 2017
The Newseum and Newseum Institute are Equal Opportunity Employers.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 8th

Constituent Relationship Program (CRM) Manager and Strategist Corning, NY
Corning Museum of Glass
Status: M&P, Full-Time
Reports to: Chief Financial Officer
Responsible for overall management of the centralized constituent management system (Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge and RE NXT) and the quality of constituent
data. Serves as primary contact and advocate for all internal stakeholder groups involved in projects and workflows regarding the ingestion, integration,
analysis, maintenance and utilization of constituent data. Responsible for fully understanding the scope and potential application of the constituent data being collected. And as a member of the cross-institutional CRM Steering
Committee, helps to define project priorities and to drive system solutions related to effective and efficient use of constituent data.
Full posting here.
To Apply:
Email, fax, or mail resume with cover letter to, fax to (607) 438-5410, or send to Corning Museum of Glass, One Museum Way, Corning, NY 14830, Attn: Human Resources.
An Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 8th

Digital Marketing Manager New York, NY
The Jewish Museum
Founded in 1904 and located on New York City’s Museum Mile, the Jewish Museum is dedicated to the enjoyment, understanding, and preservation of the artistic and cultural heritage of the Jewish people. The Museum has a unique identity as a hub for art and Jewish culture, drawing on a collection of nearly 30,000 works of historical and contemporary fine art, Judaica, antiquities, folk art, ceremonial objects, and broadcast media. The Museum applies a contemporary lens to its exhibitions, which range from ancient to contemporary art.
The Position:
The Digital Marketing Manager supports digital marketing activities, including targeted email communications, digital advertising, and strategic audience data capture to drive online engagement and on-site visitation to the Museum’s exhibitions, programs, events, as well as membership, Shop, and Russ & Daughters Restaurant.
Reporting to the Director of Digital, the role is responsible for overseeing all aspects of digital marketing activities executed through Salesforce Marketing Cloud and its integration with other digital platforms, including email campaign production, digital advertising, and WiFi marketing. As a liaison between the Digital department and colleagues across the institution, the role requires exceptional project management as well as written and interpersonal communications skills. The position will supervise a Digital Marketing Associate and Intern(s).
- Oversees strategy and administration of Salesforce Marketing Cloud:
- Work in close collaboration with colleagues in Digital, Marketing, Visitor Experience, Membership, Shop, and IT to develop user journeys and key messages to support audience development strategies
- Develop project timelines, assets, copy, and data deliverables to ensure successful implementation of campaigns against deadlines and objectives
- Oversees email list growth and management with meticulous attention to detail
- In collaboration with the Creative Studio, develop graphics and creative assets aligned with brand and graphic identity
- Develop engaging and accurate content for targeted email communications, including copy writing/editing, gathering of assets, and routing materials for internal review
- Ensure integration of Salesforce with other digital platforms, including website (ExpressionEngine) and WiFi marketing vendor (
- Develop and optimize digital advertising campaigns on Google AdWords and Facebook using Salesforce Advertising Studio
- Gather metrics for internal reporting and optimizing future campaigns
- Maintain best practices for digital communications and publishing on and other digital platforms, following editorial guidelines, and ensuring accuracy, usability, and a consistent institutional voice
- Support Director of Digital in executing integrated digital communications and content strategy
Supervisory Responsibilities:
- Supervises Digital Marketing Associate and Digital Marketing Intern(s)
- Conduct trainings for staff to manage data or select email campaigns
- B.A. or M.A in Marketing, Business, Art History, or related field
- 3-7 years digital marketing experience at nonprofit, membership organization, or agency environment
- Strong production and editorial skills, extremely organized, detail oriented, and ability to work in a dynamic environment
- Extremely organized with excellent project management skills
- Superior experience in list and data management
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills with ability and desire to communicate clearly about digital initiatives with non-technical staff
- Analytical skills with ability to generate metrics reports using Google Analytics
- Required Technical Skills: expertise and knowledge of best practices with respect to email service providers (Salesforce a plus), content management systems, basic knowledge of HTML, and major social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
- Desired Technical Skills: information architecture, user experience, design thinking
- Genuine interest in art and Jewish culture
Send Resume with Cover Letter To:
Associate Director, Human Resources
The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10128
Fax: 212.423.3232
The Jewish Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and encourages applications from diverse candidates.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 8th

SAM Chief Technology Officer Seattle, WA
Seattle Art Museum is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Qualified individuals
who bring diverse perspectives to the workplace are especially encouraged to apply.
Seattle Art Museum invites visionary and engaging innovators to apply to its newest opening as Chief Technology Officer. SAM’s mission is to connect art to life using a strategy that embraces inclusion and equity and reflects its location in the center of Seattle, which is known as a region of innovation, technology, and social good.
The Chief Technology Officer is a new position for SAM, and is emblematic of SAM’s greater emphasis on technology to reach its goals and deepen its impact in our local, regional and national community. As a key member of the SAM senior leadership team, the CTO will work closely with the Director and CEO, Chief Operating Officer and museum trustees.
The position oversees a department of five tenured employees and a budget of $1.4M.
Full posting here.
Application deadline September 30 2017
Email your application to
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 8th

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NALAC Chief Advancement Officer
San Antonio, TX
The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) is a legacy organization investing in the Latino heritage of this nation. For over 28 years, NALAC has built a strong foundation for the promotion of Latinx arts and culture and its advocacy efforts have advanced issues of cultural equity and raised the visibility and understanding of Latinx artistic and cultural expression. To this end, NALAC makes strategic investments to bolster leadership development, grow networks and partnerships and provide financial resources for those front-line artists and organizations involved in effecting change through arts and culture.
We are recruiting a Chief Advancement Officer to develop and manage diverse resource development strategies. As the lead strategist for fund development, the Officer will help to create a multi-year plan for increasing revenue, which informs and supports the organization’s plans for revenue growth in the next three years. The Chief Advancement Officer will be responsible for developing and implementing the development strategy, achieving fundraising goals, engaging sponsors, leveraging key relationships and contacts to ensure meeting NALAC’s revenue goal. The Director of Development will be the primary person responsible for day to day management of all fundraising activities and for hands-on implementation and conclusion of the fundraising plans, which includes major gifts, foundation and corporate giving, grant solicitation, and in-kind resources.
Full posting here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 8th

System Administrator St. Louis, MO
Saint Louis Art Museum
Manage, maintain, and tune in-house computer software systems to ensure high levels of availability and security of the supported business applications. This individual also participates in the planning and implementation of policies and procedures to ensure system provisioning and maintenance that is consistent with museum goals, industry best practices and regulatory requirements.
Apply at:
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 7th

Retail Sales Manager St. Louis, MO
The Saint Louis Art Museum
Supervise the daily operations of the museum shops, including supervision of staff. Set the tone for pleasant, efficient, customer friendly service and provide guidelines and an example for staff and volunteer interaction with our public.
Apply at:
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 7th

Sales Associate- Museum Shop St. Louis, MO
The Saint Louis Art Museum
Will serve as main cashier on sales floor and assist Retail Sales Manager with close out, counting money and possibly data entry when needed. Focus will be given to completing sales transactions in a professional, friendly and expedient manner
Apply at
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 7th

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Floor Play Specialist for Children's Museum at C’mon Naples, FL
Children’s Museum of Naples
The Children's Museum of Naples (C'mon) is seeking floor (play) specialists that will facilitate the Museum guest visit with exhibits and programs and ensure a quality experience for adults and children. The ideal candidate for this position has energy, enthusiasm and prior experience working with children as well as understands the importance of quality customer service.
This position is ideal for retired educators, school teachers, artists, scientists, child care givers, engineers, and social workers among others interested in enhancing the development of children through interactive play and exploration. C'mon is a brain-building power house fueled by STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) and culture.
Floor specialists MUST be willing to work weekends and holidays. All positions are part-time (15-29 hours/week). Floor specialists begin at Level 1 with pay rate of 9.50/hour.
Full posting here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 7th

Collections Management Technician Mason Neck, VA
George Mason's Gunston Hall
George Mason’s Gunston Hall, a National Historic Landmark located on scenic Mason Neck in Fairfax County, Virginia, is pleased to announce a new opportunity. We are seeking a detail-oriented, energetic emerging museum professional to help provide excellent care for our collection by serving as our part-time Collections Management Technician.
The Collections Management Technician performs duties related to the preservation of and access to both Gunston Hall collections and objects on loan to Gunston Hall. The Collections Management Technician reports to the Curator of Collections. Under the direction of the Curator, the Collections Management Technician follows the Gunston Hall Collections Management Policy and Procedure Manuals and acts according to professional museum technical and ethical standards.
Qualifications for this position include:
- Demonstrated interest in museums.
- At least one year of higher education, including college-level classes in history, American studies, material culture or a related field. An Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree is preferred, but is not required.
- Awareness of professional standards and practices relating to museum collections management.
- Ability to communicate and produce correspondence, spreadsheets, and reports using Microsoft Excel and Word.
- Familiarity with collections databases.
- Be able to climb, balance, reach overhead, stoop, kneel, and crouch.
- Physical agility and strength required to lift and move up to 50 pounds.
- Ability to tolerate indoor and outdoor working conditions.
The Collections Management Technician is an hourly (wage) position for eight hours a week. The position does not have health insurance or leave.
To apply please send a cover letter and resume to Rebecca Martin, Director of Education and Guest Experiences at by Wednesday, September 20, 2017.
Gunston Hall is an equal opportunity employer.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 6th

Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program
Applications for the 2018 Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program (SIFP) are now being accepted.
SI Fellowship Programs (Including the Buck Fellowship Program and others)
Application deadline: Friday, 1 December 2017
Annual Fellowship stipend award rates:
- $7,500/10-week Graduate Student Fellowship
- $36,000/year for SI Graduate Student and Predoctoral Fellowship
- $41,000/year for SI Earth Science Predoctoral Fellowship and Conservators
- $50,400/year for SI Postdoctoral Fellowship
- $50,400/year for Senior Researcher Fellowship
- $55,400/year for SI Earth Science Postdoctoral Fellowship
In addition to stipend, fellowship applicants can apply for a research allowance of up to $4,000 each year.
Full details here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 2nd

Cataloging Assistant Clewiston, FL
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum
Announcing a new grant funded position. The Cataloging Assistant will be responsible for assisting with a large-scale photograph cataloging project in the Collections Division of the Seminole Tribe of Florida Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, located on the Big Cypress Reservation near Clewiston, FL. The successful candidate will collaborate and works side-by-side with the Collections Assistant and the Collections Manager providing support on the cataloging efforts. This position reports to the Museum Collections Manager and is a temporary, 12 month, non-exempt position without benefits If interested, please send resume and cover letter to Tara Backhouse, Museum Collections Manager at
Illustrative Tasks:
Catalogs historic and contemporary photographs into the Museum’s permanent collection using the Museum’s Past Perfect collection management database.
Assists with the standardization and maintenance of catalog record information in the Museum’s Past Perfect collection management database.
Houses objects in appropriate acid-free storage materials for storage in accordance with the Museum’s policies and procedures.
Digitizes photographs according to the Museum’s established procedures.
Handles collection objects appropriately in accordance with the standards of the Museum profession.
Performs administrative related duties as related to the cataloging project.
Attends and contributes to staff meetings and related training.
Adheres to all Seminole Tribe of Florida’s policies and procedures.
Performs other additional duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of the principles of STOF management, organization and administration.
Familiarity with the guidelines and best-practices of museum collections management.
Demonstrates excellent organizational and writing skills.
Proficiency in current technologies, including desktop publishing, spreadsheets, and database management.
Strong communication skills and ability to maintain effective working relationships.
Analytical skills are needed when interpreting information.
Capability of handling multiple projects and of seeing projects to a point of completion.
Ability to serve the STOF public and fellow employees with honesty and integrity in accordance with established rules and procedures.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the general public, co-workers, STOF officials and elected members.
Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in History, Museum Studies, Anthropology or a related field is required. Master’s degree is preferred. Candidates who are in the process of obtaining a graduate level in related fields will be also be considered. Experience working in a curatorial setting is preferred. Strong organizational, communication and research skills are necessary, with the ability to prioritize workload and handle many tasks simultaneously. Proficiency in computer software, including Microsoft software programs and add-ins are required. Must be able to travel and work a flexible work schedule, including evenings, weekends and holidays.
Physical Demands:
This position requires moderate physical activity. Requires lift and/or pulled of average-weight objects between 5 to10 pounds. Ability to use tools and equipment, climb ladders/scaffolding, carefully handle historic objects, most of which are fragile. Must be able to stand for extended periods of time.
Working Conditions:
Works in a clean, air-conditioned office area, with little noise.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted September 1st

Director of Development Barre, VT
Vermont Historical Society
The Vermont Historical Society is looking for a team member to join us as Director of Development and Community Relations. Main job responsibilities include the planning, supervising, and execution of the membership, fundraising, public relations, and marketing functions of the Society. Required skills & experience include a Bachelor’s degree, with at least six years of experience within a professional fundraising setting. Preferred qualifications include a Master’s degree or CFRE or equivalent, and at least 5 years of successful fundraising experience for a historical or cultural non-profit organization; proficiency in annual giving, stewardship and membership relations programs; and knowledge of Vermont’s philanthropic community. The position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits. To apply, submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three references via email to:
Full job description here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 31st