Executive Director Toronto, Canada
Bata Shoe Museum
The Bata Shoe Museum is a renowned specialized museum in the heart of Toronto, operating an international centre for footwear research which houses and exhibits the Bata Shoe Museum’s collection of over 13,000 shoes and related items spanning over 4,500 years of international history.
The new Executive Director will build upon the strong foundation the Museum has established as an internationally acclaimed educational and specialized cultural institution. Working with a distinguished Board of Directors, you will foster relationships with Bata Shoe Museum management, staff and volunteers as you oversee engaging and innovative exhibitions and projects and identify and realize upon key and rewarding partnership opportunities.
To explore this opportunity further, please contact amanda.bugatto@odgersberndtson.com or see the full job posting here where you may submit your resume and related information, in confidence.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted November 17th

Director Whistler, BC Canada
Audain Art Museum
The creation of the Audain Art Museum in the beautiful mountain resort of Whistler BC (only one and half hours from Vancouver, BC) must be one of the best recent stories anywhere in the art museum world. It covers the initial idea of Michael Audain and Yoshiko Karasawa in September 2012, through the design and construction of a spectacular $44 million, 56,000 sq. ft. building, to the opening in March 2016 with a permanent collection of 200 works and a forward program of special exhibitions already in place. Now after a year and a half of operating, the Museum has enjoyed an enthusiastic reception from the local community and visitors from around the world, and is well on its way to building an international reputation. (See audainartmuseum.com).
The Museum’s permanent collection includes one of the world’s most important representations of centuries-old Pacific Northwest Coast masks, over two dozen works by Emily Carr and contemporary pieces reflecting a stunning visual journey of the art-making history of British Columbia. The special exhibitions have included Mexican Modernists, Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Gallery, the Kimonos of Ichimaru, and Matisse drawings.
The Museum is now ready to embark on its next phase of evolution starting with the recruitment of a Director who will work with the Board of Trustees to continue the development and implementation of a strategic plan. The Director will provide overall leadership for all aspects of the operation of the Museum, including the staff team; the care and development of its collections, exhibitions and public programs; effective infrastructure and financial management; fundraising programs; and collaboration with local and national arts communities to expand the brand of the Museum. As chief spokesman for the Museum, the Director will be the face of the museum to existing and new constituencies.
For this role, we are seeking to connect with experienced Directors or Senior Curators of well-respected art museums who would love to combine their passion for visual art and culture with a desire to live in a nature filled community such as Whistler. Backed by strong financial management and an eye for generating revenue streams, you are well versed in building programming that engages the various target audiences. You are a people-oriented leader, comfortable in developing and implementing strategic plans that meet the objectives of the Museum while championing the development of a strong staff team and extending relationships with various communities.
To be considered for the role, please submit your resume and cover letter, to search@wmc.bc.ca quoting file 08721. To learn more about the opportunity, please feel free to contact Kataneh Sherkat at (604) 443-3717 or Richard Savage at (604) 443-3715.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted November 2nd

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Director of Development and Partnerships Liverpool,UK
Open Eye Gallery
Salary Up to £36,000 per annum
Closes 01 Dec 2017
Open Eye Gallery is dedicated to championing the agency of photography today. The Director of Development and Partnerships will work alongside the Executive Director, building the human and financial resources necessary to meet Open Eye Gallery’s growing ambitions. This also involve building a new international model for LOOK, Liverpool International Photography Festival.
Full posting here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted November 2nd

Ornithology Curator Toronto, ON
Royal Ontario Museum
$65,828.00 to $80,819.00 annually for 35 to 44 hours per week
Languages: English
Education: Earned doctorate degree
Curator Specific Skills: Research origins and history of artifacts; Recommend the acquisition of museum and gallery artifacts; Develop storyline and theme of displays and exhibitions; Co-ordinate the storage of collections and setting-up of displays and exhibitions; Oversee the conservation, display and circulation of collections
Experience: 2 years to less than 3 years
Conservator Specific Skills: Provide advice on display and storage of artifacts to insure proper maintenance and preservation; Provide consultation to museums, art galleries or private individuals; Research new conservation and restoration techniques
Additional Skills: Train technicians, assistants, students or interns; Supervise technicians, assistants, students or interns, staff or volunteers
Work Setting: Museum; Field work - land sites; Field work - wet sites
Work Site Environment: Outdoors; Wet/damp; Odours; Dusty
Transportation/Travel Information: Travel expenses paid by employer
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment; Work under pressure; Handling heavy loads; Manual dexterity; Attention to detail; Hand-eye co-ordination; Ability to distinguish between colours; Bending, crouching, kneeling
Ability to Supervise: 5-10 people
Work Location Information: Rural area; Urban area; Remote location
Personal Suitability: Flexibility; Accurate; Team player; Excellent oral communication; Excellent written communication; Client focus; Judgement; Reliability
How to apply
By email:
humanresources@rom.on.ca
By fax:
416-586-5827
By mail:
100 Queen's Park
Toronto, ON M5S 2C6
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted November 2nd

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Director
London, UK
Cartoon Museum
The Cartoon Museum is looking for a Director, a new post to bring leadership, business management and strategic planning skills to improve its financial performance, raise its profile and to implement the trustees’ vision for the next stage of the museum’s development.
The Museum has a nationally important collection of original British cartoon art, comics and caricature, and a library of 14,000 books and comics. The learning programme engages 2,500 schoolchildren a year.
Full posting here.
Please quote Global Museum Jobs in your application. Posted November 2nd

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