Director of Visitor Experience Detroit, IL
The Historic Ford Estates
Department: Visitor Experience Department
Salary Grade: 7
Reports To: President
Status: Exempt
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:
For any questions or to apply submit resume with salary history to jobsearch@fordhouse.org.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 30th

Mugs Of Distinction

Part-time Weekend Supervisor Washington, DC
The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati
The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati, a nonprofit historical and educational organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., seeks a part-time weekend supervisor to be responsible for all aspects of the museum tour program during public weekend hours. The major aspects of this work are overseeing visitor services, docent management, and security.
The museum’s public tour hours during the weekend are Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sunday, 12-4 p.m. The weekend supervisor will help manage the weekend visitors and will be responsible for ensuring that they have an enjoyable experience at Anderson House.
Founded in 1783, the Society promotes knowledge and appreciation of the achievement of American independence. The Society’s American Revolution Institute, launched in 2014, now carries out this work by supporting advanced study, presenting exhibitions and other public programs, advocating preservation, and providing resources to teachers and students. Since 1938 the Society has maintained its headquarters at and worked to preserve and interpret Anderson House, a 1905 mansion and National Historic Landmark in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.societyofthecincinnati.org.
Major Duties include:
-Supervise the part-time weekend receptionists and volunteer docents on duty.
-Manage visitor services, including assisting the docents in greeting and orienting visitors, overseeing scheduled tour groups, and giving tours as needed.
-Display a working knowledge of the Society’s activities in order to address a wide range of inquiries from the public and Society members on subjects including group tours, site rentals, library research, and member services.
-Implement security procedures, including opening and closing the tour spaces.
-Assist with museum shop sales.
-Assist with the management of public programs during public weekend hours as needed.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree with an interest in museum management and historic sites. Experience with visitor services and giving tours in a museum setting are preferred. A successful candidate will have demonstrated customer service experience and interpersonal skills (pleasant, resourceful, and professional demeanor). The weekend supervisor must be trustworthy and display good judgment. This position may involve moderate physical activity such as standing for long periods of time, climbing stairs, and lifting tables and chairs.
Hours and Salary:
The weekend supervisor will work Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Sundays, 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Compensation for this position is $20 per hour.
To apply, send a resume and cover letter, including mention of where you learned about this opening, to:
Catherine Harris
Museum Education Manager
charris@societyofthecincinnati.org
Position open until filled.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 26th

Curator Milledgeville, GA
Old Governor's Mansion
Full-Time
Primary Purpose of Position:
Under the supervision of the Director of Georgia’s Old Governor’s Mansion and the Sallie Ellis Davis House, the Curator plans and coordinates the museum’s tourism programs, develops and implements educational programming, outreach, and docent programs. The Curator also serves as a curator of Georgia College affiliated sites; assists in providing archival and accession file maintenance; maintains the site’s website and social media pages; conducts historical research; assists the Director in soliciting donations for the museum; develops and coordinates special events; and writes grants to support the museum’s programming and initiatives. In addition, the Curator will all also train and supervise all paid museum interpreters, students, and graduate assistants.
Full posting here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 25th

Assistant Professor/Curator – Genetic/Genomic Ichthyologist Norman, OK
Department of Biology & Sam Noble Museum, University of Oklahoma
Description of Position: We seek a creative, collaborative thinker with a collection-based research program involving molecular approaches to studying fish systems. We are especially interested in candidates who use genomic tools and data sets in combination with innovative computational, ecological, behavioral and/or comparative approaches to address important biological questions ranging from the origin and maintenance of organismal diversity, adaptation to changing environments, evolution, conservation, and human health and disease. Areas of research interests include, but are not limited to: comparative genomics, landscape/population genetics, geographical ecology, global change biology, evolutionary genetics, and mechanisms of evolution.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to: (1) develop and maintain an innovative, extramurally-funded research program in fish systems; (2) oversee care and obtain support for a collection of about 1 million specimens by maintaining records, identifying and cataloging specimens, supervising preparators and assistants, expanding and preserving the collections, and developing long-range plans for collection maintenance and development; (3) contribute to museum public exhibit development and support; (4) develop and contribute to museum-related outreach activities; and (5) contribute to undergraduate and graduate teaching, including instruction of one course per year (one-half the regular department teaching load) in ichthyology, animal behavior, biogeography, genetics, evolution, comparative anatomy, ecological modeling, or bioinformatics. A full-time Collection Manager is funded in this collection.
General Information: The Sam Noble Museum is an organized research unit of the University of Oklahoma and is one of the finest university museums in the world. The museum has an outstanding curatorial, collections, education, exhibits, and support staff that serves the museum’s mission from research to preservation to education at all levels. The Department of Biology is a leading academic department with a tradition of excellence in organismal biology. It is home to 20 of the 44 faculty in the University's graduate program in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and it is currently in the process of hiring several new faculty in the next two to three years to expand on its strengths in biology of behavior.
Qualifications:
Preference will be given to biologists with a documented record of collections-based research in natural history, including field experience and a broad taxonomic understanding of fishes, who also clearly demonstrate cross-disciplinary research programs.
A Ph.D., teaching experience, and field and museum research experience in ichthyology are required.
Application Iinstructions:
Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, summary of experience and goals (including teaching, research, and curation), representative pdf reprint examples, and three confidential letters of reference using this site.
Visit us at http://snomnh.ou.edu and http://biology.ou.edu.
Formal application review will begin 11 October 2017 and continue until the position is filled.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 24th

Resume Posting

Lead Mountmaker Philadelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Under the supervision of the Head of Production, the Lead Mountmaker is responsible for the design, documentation, fabrication and installation of display and travel mounts for objects in the Penn Museum collection. A key member of core exhibition teams, the person in this position collaborates regularly with exhibition designers, curators, conservators, collections keepers, and other members of core exhibition teams, and collaborates with registrars for loans and traveling exhibitions to design and fabricate the mounts for loan objects. The Lead Mountmaker closely follows Penn Museum conservation standards for design and build, and seeks design approval from assigned conservators, curators, registrars, and designers for all object mounts. The position manages the mountmaking studio, maintains its inventory, and works with a variety of materials, including various metals, wood, and acrylic using hand tools and standard stationary shop equipment. The person in this position must have experience working with a wide range of objects and artifacts similar to those in the Museum’s diverse collections and be familiar with the highest standards of object handling and exhibition creation. The Lead Mountmaker manages mountmaking personnel including freelance contractors, temporary employees, and outside vendors as needed. In addition to the creation of object mounts, the person in this position works with the Preparation Department to install and deinstall exhibitions and objects for conservation and research purposes. This is a two-year term position, with renewal subject to funding and departmental needs.
Qualifications:
Vocational or technical school required, Bachelor’s Degree in fine arts or design or technical certification from a Museum Technology program, preferred, plus 2-3 years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience; demonstrated experience in mountmaking for museum objects. Demonstrated experience with object handling, collection handling, or directly related experience, ability to work both independently and within a team environment is required, as the position requires a considerable degree of judgment in solving unique problems in the preparation of artifact and specimen mounts and in the installation of all gallery elements. Good communication skills are essential. Ability to read design drawings, construction documentation and specifications, is necessary. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, the Adobe Suite, Filemaker Pro, and collections database software are required, with experience in working with the Adobe Suite, Vectorworks, Sketch Up, or AutoCad programs deemed a plus. The use of hand tools requiring dexterity and accuracy is essential. Must be able to lift 25 to 50 lbs and climb ladders. The position may be required to work overtime with short notice.
Please submit resume, cover letter, and current portfolio, and apply via the Jobs@Penn website.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 22nd

Director, Sponsorship and Corporate Giving Los Angeles, CA
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Position Summary:
This position is responsible for raising budget-relieving funds via Corporations in support of the Natural History Family of Museums. Primary responsibilities include identification, cultivation, strategic proposal development, solicitation and stewardship/benefit fulfillment of/for corporate sponsorship, philanthropy and membership programs. This position is highly collaborative across Museum departments and requires creativity, strategic thinking and excellent communication and sales skills. The Natural History Museum is seeking applicants who have worked with a diverse community.
Responsibilities, Duties and Functions:
Sets and meets annual revenue goals with VP, Annual Giving for robust Corporate Sponsorship, Corporate Philanthropy and Corporate Membership programs.
Oversees and manages all aspects of the Corporate Sponsorship program, including prospect identification, strategic proposal development, sales, fulfillment of benefits and ongoing stewarding of relationships. Also facilitates inter-departmental steering committee that reviews prospects and proposals for alignment with NHM mission and branding.
Directs all aspects of the Corporate Philanthropy program, including prospect identification, grant writing, stewarding of relationships and reporting. Also maintains deadline and renewals calendar.
With Manager, Grants and Foundations, directs and supports all aspects of the Corporate Membership program, including prospect identification, materials, benefit fulfillment, stewarding of relationships and reporting. Also maintains renewal calendar.
Manages the Corporate Coordinator to ensure fulfillment of Corporate Sponsorship obligations, record keeping and reporting. Co-manages the Manager, Grants and Foundations in conjunction with the Director, Foundation Giving.
Develop strong relationships with curators and senior staff across Museum. Externally, connect key decision makers in the corporate community with the Museum.
Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in related field
Five years’ experience in comparable function with history of success
Proficiency in MS Office and knowledge of database preferred
Excellent credit score at hire and maintained throughout employment
Valid California Driver’s License or ability to utilize an alternative method of transportations needed to carry out job-related essential functions.
Skills:
Strategic thinker; translates organizational vision to individual goals; monitors implementation of goals and adapts to changes in circumstance.
Ability to assess and solve complex problems across departments.
Demonstrated ability to work with others both internally and externally.
Excellence in oral and written communication.
Must possess initiative, strong work ethic, good judgement and professionalism.
Able to oversee one or more departments, ensuring successful performance in ongoing functions and compliance with human resources procedures.
Experience developing programs budgets and monitoring their implementation.
Prioritizes work independently to meet deadlines without reminders.
To apply, please fill out and submit your resume here.
Salary is commensurate with experience plus excellent benefits offered. This is a full time, regular, exempt position.
Review of applications begins immediately and continues until position is filled.
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 22nd

Part-Time Visitor Services Associate Annapolis, MD
Historic Annapolis
Hourly, non-exempt, up to 25 hours per week
Reports to: Public Programs Coordinator
Hourly rate: $10 per hour
Position Summary:
The Visitor Services Associate is expected to assist with all aspects of visitor services at the William Paca House and Gardens: staffing the reception desk; admissions, membership and retail sales; collecting visitor statistics; maintaining site security; giving tours; and assisting with public programs, events, and other duties as assigned.
Major Responsibilities:
- Assists with general museum reception and visitor services and maintains the highest standards of customer service for all visitors.
- Responds effectively and knowledgeably to questions from visitors regarding Historic Annapolis, Inc., HA sites and exhibit information, planned programs/events, local tourist information, and membership and volunteer opportunities.
- Responsible for all opening and closing procedures, both at the register and reception desk and in opening and closing the William Paca House and Gardens.
- Performs accurate POS retail sales processing, admissions, event, and membership sales through two software platforms (Counterpoint and Altru) to balance the day’s business in the appropriate manner.
- Provides in-depth and engaging tours of the William Paca House.
- Answers the telephone and provides requested information. If unable to answer the question, VSAs forward the call to appropriate staff members, using good communication skills and working collaboratively to do so.
- Performs store maintenance, restocking supplies, and cleaning as needed to optimize the appearance of the retail sales floor and all merchandise.
- Participates in all aspects of setup/break down and staffing of HA events in support of the organization as requested and needed.
- Assists with public, education, and fundraising programs.
- Other duties as assigned.
Job Skills, Knowledge and Education:
- College preferred, high school or G.E.D. essential. Those with degrees in history, art history, museum studies, education, or related fields are encouraged to apply.
- A minimum of one year of work experience in retail or customer service position.
- Demonstrated interest in and aptitude for providing high-quality educational content to a diverse general public.
- Dedicated commitment to the philosophy and mission of Historic Annapolis.
- Excellent customer service abilities, accuracy, enthusiasm and productive work ethic.
- Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
- Effective knowledge of HA properties and programs as well as Annapolis tourism and restaurants.
- Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with a diverse population of visitors and staff.
- Demonstrated organizational and time management skills.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, database system and Power Point required.
- Ability to follow policies, procedures, and instructions to accomplish assigned tasks accurately and appropriately.
- Demonstrate a desire and ability to function as a team player, including working a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate the needs of Historic Annapolis.
- Public speaking experience.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to aliya.reich@annapolis.org.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 19th

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Outreach Coordinator for Guest Experience Mount Vernon, VA
George Washington’s Mount Vernon
Full time position
Introduction:
The Guest Experience group presents content and crafts meaningful learning opportunities for Mount Vernon’s one million annual guests. Through a diverse portfolio of interpretive experiences, engaging public programs, services and events, we expand each guest’s understanding of, and appreciation for George Washington, our nation’s Founding Father his family and estate.
Guest Experience Principles:
- Exceed guest expectations – be friendly, respectful, engaging, and flexible. Always remember that this visit may be their first and only
- Encourage a meaningful appreciation of George Washington – keep him first and use his unparalleled legacy of character and leadership to inspire
- Engage yourself in the mission of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association – take responsibility for your continued development and commit to collaboration. Care for your colleagues and be proud of what we accomplish together
- Develop a keen awareness of the components of a successful guest experience
Position Specific Responsibilities:
- Work closely with the Director of Interpretation and the Vice President for Guest Experience to develop historically accurate and highly engaging on-and off-site programs
- Organize and oversee Camp Washington
- Attend Interpretation training sessions and be prepared to present tours of the Mansion and estate
- Collaborate with other departments to present educational outreach programs in venues outside of Mount Vernon
- Oversee the presentation of Guest Experience’s programs on the website
- Work with Homeschool and Scouting organizations to develop relevant materials and onsite experiences
- In conjunction with the Education Department, develop collaborative partnerships with teachers and administrators in local schools
- Conduct program evaluation, including the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and participant feedback
Minimum Qualifications:
- Bachelor's degree in Education, History, Museum Education, Museum Studies or closely-related field required; Master's degree preferred
- 3 - 5 years formal professional work experience in Education, History, Museum Education, Museum Studies or closely-related field required
- Excellent research, writing, and presentation skills
- Ability to work effectively and diplomatically with Mount Vernon staff, patrons, and representatives of schools and other community-based organizations
- Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
- Capable of undertaking multiple projects simultaneously and balancing long and short-term priorities
- Ability to work creatively and effectively as a member of a team
- must demonstrate a sincere interest in history and effective interpretive techniques
Special Requirements:
- Must be able to stand/walk for long periods on varying surfaces, inside and outside, and in a variety of conditions
- Must be able to lift 25 pounds
- Must work frequent weekends, evenings, and holidays
- Must maintain Guest Experience Accreditation: 2 meeting credits; 1 field trip credit; 2 content credits
Full posting here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 19th

Associate Campaign Director, Major Gifts Los Angeles, CA
California Science Center
The Associate Campaign Director, Major Gifts supports the Foundation’s EndeavourLA Campaign for the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center. The Associate Campaign Director, Major Gifts is responsible for developing and implementing successful initiatives in major gifts and planned giving, concentrating on six- and seven-figure gifts, and essentially functions as the chief major gifts officer. The Associate Campaign Director, Major Gifts identifies and qualifies prospective donors; develops strategies for cultivation and solicitation; manages relationships and stewards donors; and oversees the Legacy for Science Learning planned giving program.
Full posting here.
Position opened until filled. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Resumes without cover letters will not be considered.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 19th

Senior Conservator of Paper San Diego, CA
The Balboa Art Conservation Center (BACC) seeks a senior conservator to head the Center’s paper conservation department. In addition, the department is staffed by an Assistant Conservator of Paper, is supported by BACC administrative staff, and shares a conservation technician with the Paintings Conservation Department.
BACC is an active, nonprofit, regional conservation center located in the heart of the beautiful and historic Balboa Park in San Diego, California. The Park is home to a campus of cultural institutions such as the San Diego Museum of Art, Timken Museum of Art, and San Diego History Center. Since its founding in 1975, BACC has been devoted to the preservation of material culture held in both public and private collections. The Center’s services cover a wide spectrum including the formulation and implementation of treatments for paintings, frames, and paper artifacts, technical examinations using microscopy, infrared reflectography, and x-radiography, preventive conservation assistance, and environmental, general, and collection specific surveys. Types of paper artifacts treated by BACC reflect the broad range of collections served and are of all periods and constructed with a broad array of materials. As the Center offers internships and fellowships on a regular basis, the working environment emphasizes an atmosphere of learning, collegiality, and cooperation.
The ideal candidate will have an excellent background in paper conservation with a minimum of 7 years of post graduate experience. They will have highly developed practical skills with ability to accurately assess deterioration and damage, formulate appropriate treatment protocols, and undertake treatments not only independently but as a team leader. Other characteristics of the ideal candidate are that they are collaboratively-minded, conservation treatment-oriented, and prepared to be an integral part of the Center’s conservation staff.
Innovative thinking is required for challenging projects as are good analytical and problem solving capabilities. Strong attention to detail while working to project deadlines and sound project management experience are essential strengths sought. As the Senior Conservator will head the paper conservation department, they must have solid experience managing workflow, overseeing conservation treatments, managing and supervising staff, and supervising fellows or interns.
Position requirements include a Masters Degree from an accredited conservation program or its equivalent in paper conservation, excellent writing ability, and good communication and interpersonal skills. Compensation is commensurate with experience while benefits are excellent and comprehensive. Interested applicants should apply in writing with a letter of interest, resume, three letters of professional reference, and three examples of treatment experience.
Please submit applications by Monday, September 25, 2017 to:
Janet Ruggles
Executive Director
Balboa Art Conservation Center
PO Box 3755
San Diego, CA 92163
Digital applications should be submitted to info@bacc.org with the title “Senior Conservator of Paper Application”.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted August 2nd

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Curator of Archaeology and Assistant Professor in Anthropology Boulder, CO
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History and the Department of Anthropology invite applications for a tenure-track, joint position as Curator of Archaeology and Assistant Professor. Applicants should have PhD with specialization in Archaeology, and museum experience. Strong preference for candidates with experience in Southwestern material culture research and publication, NAGPRA, collaborative research, and teaching, with strengths in contemporary archaeological and museological theory. For more details and to apply, go to this site, Posting 10177. The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
For full consideration, application submissions must be made online at this site by midnight on September 30, 2017. Search is open until filled.
Please direct questions to archaeocurator@colorado.edu.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted July 14th

Curator of Archaeology and Assistant Professor in Anthropology Boulder, CO
University of Colorado - Boulder
Description:
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History and the Department of Anthropology invite applications for a tenure-track, joint position as Curator of Archaeology and Assistant Professor. Applicants should have PhD with specialization in Archaeology, and museum experience. Strong preference for candidates with experience in Southwestern material culture research and publication, NAGPRA, collaborative research, and teaching, with strengths in contemporary archaeological and museological theory. The successful candidate will teach no more than one course per semester and be a part of the museum’s Anthropology Section, working closely with the Collections Manager and the Curator of Cultural Anthropology. Duties include establishing and executing a vital research program with extramural funding; curating archaeology collections (including a large collection of Southwest pottery); implementing NAGPRA; teaching in both units including graduate and undergraduate courses; and, advising MA and PhD students in Anthropology and Museum & Field Studies. We offer a collaborative, intellectually stimulating, and supportive environment in which a new professor can thrive. Contact: archaeocurator@colorado.edu.
The anthropology collections at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History include more than 1.5 million archaeological and ethnographic objects, and nearly 50,000 photographic images relevant to these collections. The geographic foci of the collections are the North American Southwest and Rocky Mountain-Plains. The anthropology collections are primarily archaeological materials resulting from the systematic work of Earl H. Morris and Joe Ben Wheat. Morris built the museum's anthropological collections from 1913–1956. Wheat served as Curator of Anthropology and Curator Emeritus from 1952–1997, and directed the Yellow Jacket field school from 1954–1991. Anna O. Shepard's research collection in ceramic technology is also part of the anthropology collection.
For full consideration, application submissions are due by midnight on September 30, 2017. Apply online here, posting #00159650.
Qualifications:
Applicants should have PhD with specialization in Archaeology, and museum experience. Strong preference for candidates with experience in Southwestern material culture research and publication, NAGPRA, collaborative research, and teaching, with strengths in contemporary archaeological and museological theory.
To Apply:
Applicants are asked to collate the following documents into a single pdf file: Cover letter; Curriculum vita; Names and contact information of four references; Statement of research that clearly outlines to non-specialists how the applicant's research contributes to significant questions or debates in his/her discipline; Statement of teaching experience and philosophy; Statement of curatorial experience and vision; and Representative publications. Please use this naming convention for your file: LAST NAME_ARCHAEO SEARCH. The maximum file size is 2.5mb. In the event a second file is needed to complete the submission with the required documents, a second upload can be made using this modified name convention: LAST NAME.2_ARCHAEOSEARCH.
For full consideration, application submissions must be made online at this site by midnight on September 30, 2017. Search is open until filled. Please direct questions to archaeocurator@colorado.edu.
The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans. Alternative formats of this ad can be provided upon request for individuals with disabilities by contacting the ADA Coordinator at: adacoordinator@colorado.edu.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted July 11th.