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Educator $18/hr

Position Title
Educator

Hiring Institution
Children’s Creativity Museum

City, State
San Francisco, CA

Salary/Hourly Compensation
$18/Hour

Position Description
The Educator works with the Education Manager, Program Manager, Educators, Education Interns, Volunteers and other staff to facilitate programming (field trips, workshops, summer camps) and serve the
general admission visitors in our exhibit spaces.

Responsibilities:
● Facilitate activities in exhibits spaces during general admission hours on a rotating basis
● Lead field trips and group visits for preK-8th grade classes of 20 to 36 students
● Assist with special events/workshops, including camps and Creative Group Workshops during school breaks
● Design and facilitate creative workshops for children ages 2-12
● Mentor and facilitate professional development trainings for Education Interns
● Prepare, maintain and troubleshoot equipment and supplies in the exhibit/production areas; identify and report status of exhibits and supplies
● Set up and clean up exhibit spaces according to CCM procedures before and after each designated field trip and during general admission hours
● Attendance at all department and staff meetings
● Other related duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
● Bachelor’s degree
● Experience teaching or working with youth ages 2-12 in formal or informal education
● Experience interacting with and managing large groups
● Ability to teach a variety of ages in a non-classroom setting
● Ability to learn new software programs and communicate their uses to students and teachers

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
● Strong Interest in working with children
● Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
● Strong organizational skills
● Self-motivated
● Great computer skills
● Interest in new technologies in the arts
● Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
● Experience with Maker Education desired
● Bilingual in English/Spanish is strongly preferred

Compensation:
CCM offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and skills, a creative and collaborative work environment, and a generous benefits package including medical, dental, long-term disability, AD&D
and life insurance, as well as a voluntary 403(b) retirement savings plan.

The successful candidate must be able to interact in relevant, professional ways with persons from diverse backgrounds and/or with different learning styles. CCM is an equal opportunity employer
committed to diversity at all levels.

Preferred Degree in Area of Study
MA in Education, Museum Studies, or Art preferred

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred 
Some College, Associates, Certificate, Highschool Diploma or GED, Bachelors and 0-3 years experience in the field, or Masters and 3-5 years experience

Interested in
Only Local Applicants, Applicants ONLY with direct experience to the position, Applicants that can be flexible with their schedule, A candidate that fits the organization’s internal culture, Bilingual in Spanish/English is strongly preferred

Schedule
Full Time non-Traditional Schedule (evenings, weekends, varies week to week)

Benefits Include
Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, Advancement opportunities, Raises (annual, cost of living, performance based, etc.), Professional Development Opportunities (conferences, webinars, coaching, etc.), Workplace Mentor, Paid Sick/Personal Days, Team Building Activities, Lactation Room, We support and abide by San Francisco’s Paid Parental Leave Ordinance

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
Coaching

Closing Date 
N/A

Resumes should be sent to
Please email your cover letter and resume to education@creativity.org with the following subject line: (Your First & Last Name – Educator Position)

Include the following with your resume
Cover Letter

Interview Process
After reviewing cover letters and resumes, selected candidates will be contacted for a 30 minute phone interview. Those who move on will come to the museum for an in-person interview with the hiring manager. Final candidates will participate in a group interview that includes discussing a skill exercise.

Interview Follow Up 
It’s okay to email if we haven’t gotten back to applicants in the time we said we would

Applicants will be notified if they do not get the job, notified if the decision is taking longer than anticipated

Please do not drop in to inquire about this position.

Director of Operations $10/hour

Position Title
Director of Operations

Hiring Institution
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum and Leslie Science & Nature Center

City, State
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Salary/Hourly Compensation
$10/Hour

Position Description
Unity in Learning is an exciting partnership between Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Leslie Science & Nature Center, and Yankee Air Museum that provides a unique path to hands-on discovery, exploration of the natural world, and experiences that take flight. We’re looking for energetic team players interested in science and youth development to join our dynamic Summer Camp staff team. Camp programs will be held at the Leslie Science & Nature Center in Ann Arbor and at Yankee Air Museum in Belleville.

There are a variety of seasonal full- and part-time Summer Camp Staff positions available, including: LSNC Educator, Yankee Air Museum Educator, Early Childhood Assistant, and Partnership Camps Assistant. Staff must be available to work Monday through Friday (including some early mornings and later evenings), June 17, 2019 – August 30, 2019 (June 17-July 27 for Yankee Air Museum Educators), and are required to attend a week-long training from June 9-14, 2019. First- year Summer Camp staff will be paid an hourly rate starting at $10/hour.

Only online applications are accepted. Detailed job descriptions, deadlines, and application available on our website: https://www.lesliesnc.org/camps/camp-jobs


Preferred Degree in Area of Study
N/A

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred 
Masters

Interested in
A candidate that fits the organization’s internal culture

Schedule
Seasonal

Benefits Include
Advancement opportunities, Professional Development Opportunities (conferences, webinars, coaching, etc.), Workplace Mentor, Team Building Activities

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
Coaching

Closing Date 
5/31/2019

Resumes should be sent to
Only online applications are accepted: https://www.lesliesnc.org/camps/camp-jobs Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with preference given to those who apply early. You will need the following materials to complete your application:
• Your preference for which group interview day you would prefer to attend—Sunday, March 17 or Saturday, March 23). There is a place to indicate this on the application form.
• Contact information for three references that are persons unrelated to the applicant. (including phone and email)
• A current resume. (PDF only)
• Answers to these four short-answer questions (300 words or less per answer, PDF only)
1. What inspired you to apply for a position as a Unity in Learning Summer Camp Educator? What would you hope to learn or achieve in this role?
2. Summer Camp Educators are responsible not just for leading camp, but also for planning educational camp activities, completing paperwork, cleaning camp buildings and caring for materials. In addition, Summer Camp Educators work with and are responsible for the safety of all campers and volunteers, ages 4-17. What do you anticipate would be the most challenging aspect of this job for you, and why?
3. Describe a past situation in which you had a conflict with a friend or coworker, or an employer or an authority of some kind (teacher, parent, coach). What was the conflict? Who was involved? What did you do? What was the outcome? What did you learn from the situation?
4. What is the point of summer camp? What is a Summer Camp Educator’s role in fulfilling the purpose of summer camp?

Interview Process
Group interviews on March 17 and 23

Interview Follow Up 
It’s okay to email if we haven’t gotten back to applicants in the time we said we would, We expect a thank you email after applicants have been interviewed

Please do not drop in to inquire about this position.

Assistant Program Manager $20.00/Hour

Position Title
Assistant Program Manager

Hiring Institution
Children’s Creativity Museum

City, State
San Francisco, CA

Salary/Hourly Compensation
$20/Hour

Position Description
The Assistant Program Manager assists the Program Manager in the management of museum operations and public programs. The Assistant Program Manager assesses and fulfills staffing needs while functioning as a Floor Coordinator and Team Leader to Floor Staff.

Preferred Degree in Area of Study
N/A

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred 
Bachelors and 0-3 years experience in the field

Interested in
Applicants who can start right away, A candidate that fits the organization’s internal culture

Schedule
Full Time non-Traditional Schedule (evenings, weekends, varies week to week)

Benefits Include
Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, Advancement opportunities, Raises (annual, cost of living, performance based, etc.), Professional Development Opportunities (conferences, webinars, coaching, etc.), Workplace Mentor, Paid Sick/Personal Days, Paid parental leave, Team Building Activities

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
Participative

Closing Date 
N/A

Resumes should be sent to
Please email your cover letter and resume to education@creativity.org with the
following subject line: (Your First & Last Name – Assistant Program Manager Position)

Include the following with your resume
Cover Letter

Interview Process
Phone interview, Face to Face interview, and final Panel Interview.

Interview Follow Up 
It’s okay to email if we haven’t gotten back to applicants in the time we said we would

Please do not call or drop in to inquire about this position.

Applicants will be notified if they do not get the job and notified if the decision is taking longer than anticipated

Public Programs Manager ($29,000 – $33,000)

Position Title:
Public Programs Manager

Hiring Institution:
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

City, State:
Ann Arbor, MI

Salary/Hourly Compensation:
$29,000 – $33,000, plus benefits

Preferred Degree in Area of Study:
Required Education and Experience Minimum of four years of related experience or a Bachelor’s degree, is required. Strong organization and project management abilities; ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with demonstrated ability to communicate with a broad range of ages and interests. Patience and understanding in managing potentially difficult situations. Ability to stay calm when dealing with emergencies. Ability to multi-task, stay organized, and work collegially within a small organization. Demonstrated leadership and training skills. Must be extremely service-oriented and work well within a team environment. General computer literacy. Preferred Education and Experience A Bachelor’s degree or certification in early childhood education, science, science education or technology, museum studies, or a related field. Experience in Museum or non-profit administration. Additional Eligibility Qualifications A valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation is required.

Position Description:
Public Programs Manager
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is looking for a creative, service-oriented, and flexible individual to manage our dynamic gallery and public programming. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who enjoys working on multiple projects at a fast pace, as well as interacting with diverse visitors, volunteers, and staff. This individual is responsible for working closely with our Director of Programs to manage the long-range planning, execution, and success of gallery and weekend public programs, evening and peak-season programming, birthday parties, and preschool programs. Salary: $29,000 – $33,000, plus benefits. Full job description and application information: https://www.aahom.org/jobs.

More information about the job can be found here.

Schedule:
Full Time non-Traditional Schedule (evenings, weekends, varies week to week)

Benefits Include:
Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, Advancement opportunities, Raises (annual, cost of living, performance based, etc.), Professional Development Opportunities (conferences, webinars, coaching, etc.), Paid Sick/Personal Days, Team Building Acitivites, Lactation Room

Interested in hiring:
Applicants that can be flexible with their schedule, Applicants who can start right away, A candidate that fits the organization’s internal culture

Closing Date:
None listed

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
Management style is Coaching.

Resumes should be sent to:
jobs@aahom.org

Please do not __ to inquire:
Call, Email, Drop In

Include the following with your resume:
All submitted materials must be in PDF form. To be considered for a first-round interview, apply by December 14. This position is open until filled.
1. Please describe what you see as the role and purpose of the Public Programs Manager position for the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum. Include how you believe this position should impact our visitors, our staff, and our community. (Max. 150 words)
2. Describe a work or volunteer experience that demonstrates the skills and/or characteristics you have that would make you an effective public programs manager. (Max. 150 words)
3. Please share a story from your work experience about when you made a mistake. Describe the situation. What did you do? What was the outcome? What did you learn or what would you do differently in the future? (Max. 300 words)
4. Explain your understanding of diversity and inclusion. What does commitment to diversity and inclusion at our museum look like to you? (300 words)

Interview Process:
We will hold one interview with a potential second interview. The interview will include a presentation of pre-assignments and is expected to last 90-120 minutes.

Education Manager, Youth & Family Programs ($35,000–$45,000)

Position Title:
Education Manager, Youth & Family Programs

Hiring Institution:
The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art

City, State:
St. Petersburg, FL

Salary/Hourly Compensation:
$35,000–$45,000

Preferred Degree in Area of Study:
B.A. in art museum education, art education, or fine arts. M.A. preferred.

Position Description:
The James Museum seeks an experienced Education Manager to develop and oversee a broad range of programs for youth and family audiences. Reporting to, and working closely with the Director of Education, the Education Manager will develop, implement, and evaluate engaging and innovative programs and educational resources based on the museum’s permanent collection and a rotating schedule of special exhibitions.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
– Develop and implement creative and innovative programs and educational resources for children, such as hands-on art classes, workshops, summer camps, and gallery resources.
– Develop and coordinate inter-generational programs, such as gallery experiences, workshops, and art-making activities; create family-friendly gallery resources, tours and publications.
– Work with the Director of Education and internal teams to plan and execute special events.
– Serve as a museum representative at community programs and outreach events.
– Work with the Director of Education and the curatorial team to create and edit interpretive materials such as catalogs, label text and website content.
– Complete other duties and responsibilities as required.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
– Experience in creating, managing and leading educational programs in an art museum or similar setting, especially gallery-based activities, art camps and workshops, tours and family-friendly events.
– Knowledge of and experience in implementing best practices in art museum education.
– A confident and engaging communicator who is comfortable speaking to groups of children and adults, and able to write for a variety of ages/levels.
– A team-player with strong interpersonal skills. Must have the desire and ability to collaborate with internal teams and cultivate partnerships with external constituencies.
– Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, with the highest attention to detail and quality.
– Proficient with appropriate office software applications, as well as social media platforms. Experience with developing and using educational technology in programs is a plus.
– Able to work a varied schedule, including regular weekends and evenings.

EDUCATION & TRAINING
– B.A. in art museum education, art education, or fine arts. M.A. preferred
– 3-5 years of experience planning and teaching art programs within an arts, education, or cultural institution. Art museum experience strongly preferred.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
– Demonstrated capacity to work collegially.
– Entrepreneurial spirit that thrives in a changing, fast-paced, high performing world-class organization.
– Exceptional verbal and written communication and outstanding interpersonal skills.
– Must be able to stand and move around public areas of the museum for extended periods of time (reasonable accommodations will be made for qualified candidates with disabilities).

More information about the job can be found here.

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred:
Undergraduate degree with 3-10 years of experience or graduate degree with 0-5 years of experience.

Schedule:
Full Time Non-Traditional Schedule (evenings, weekends, varies week to week)

Benefits Include:
Health Insurance
Paid Vacation
Flexible Schedule
Workplace Mentor
Paid Sick/Personal Days

Interested in hiring:
Applicants ONLY with direct experience to the position
Applicants that can be flexible with their schedule
Applicants who can start right away
A candidate that fits the organization’s internal culture

Closing Date:
Open until Filled

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
Management style is Authoritative.

Resumes should be sent to:
Julie Matus at julie.matus@thejamesmuseum.org

Please do not __ to inquire:
Call or drop-in

Name and Title of person to whom the candidates should address applications:
Julie Matus

Include the following with your resume:
Please email cover letter with resume.

Interview Process:
Initial/screening interview by phone. Finalist candidates will interview in person (or by phone for remote candidates) with 1-2 staff members.

Curator of Collections and Exhibitions ($40,000–$45,000)

Position Title:
Curator of Collections and Exhibitions

Hiring Institution:
Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art

City, State:
Scranton, PA

Salary/Hourly Compensation:
$40,000–$45,000

Preferred Degree in Area of Study:
Any combination of training and experience which is likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be acceptable for employment. A typical background would be: A minimum of a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) from a college or university in the field of museum studies, history, art, art history, anthropology, or a related field, a Master Degree is preferred with a minimum of five years of curatorial or collection management experience.

Position Description:
The Curator of Collections and Exhibitions is responsible for the development and management of art collections and all exhibitions at the Everhart Museum.

Duties include:

  • Manage the care and use of the Everhart Museum art collections.
  • Develop a roster of temporary exhibitions that engage existing and target audiences, including translating museum collections in temporary exhibitions.
  • Provide oversight on the maintenance of permanent exhibitions.
  • Oversee and participate in the fabrication, installation, and deinstallation of exhibitions.
  • Work with Programs Department to develop public programs complementary to the exhibitions and collection.
  • Maintain active relationships with artists, community members, lenders, donors, and professional colleagues.
  • Build partnerships that enhance community engagement.
  • Coordinate PR or marketing efforts with the Director of Development & Marketing.
  • Serve as staff liaison to the Collections & Exhibitions Committee of the Board of Trustees. Responsible for preparing meeting agenda and compiling minutes for distribution.

More information about the job can be found here.

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred:
Undergraduate or graduate

Schedule:
Full Time Traditional Schedule (M-F; 9am-5pm)

Benefits Include:

  • Health Insurance
  • Paid Vacation
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Raises (annual, cost of living, performance based, etc.)
  • Professional Development Opportunities (conferences, webinars, coaching, etc.)
  • Team Building Acitivites
  • Annual Holiday Bonus
  • Other: COL and performance based raises are given but not annually

Interested in hiring:

  • Applicants ONLY with direct experience to the position
  • A candidate that fits the organization’s internal culture

Closing Date:
Open until Filled

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
Management style is a combination of Authoritative, Participative, and Coaching

Resumes should be sent to:
Aurore Giguet at employment@everhart-museum.org

Please do not __ to inquire:
Call or drop-in

Name and Title of person to whom the candidates should address applications:
Aurore Giguet

Include the following with your resume:

  • A one-page narrative describing interest and experience
  • Names of three references

Interview Process:
The Executive Director will review all applicants. The top five candidates will be interviewed by the Executive Director, the top three will be brought in to meet staff and select Board Members. The final hiring decision is made by the Executive Director after receiving input from staff and board.

Interview Follow Up:

  • It’s okay to email if we haven’t gotten back to applicants in the time we said we would.
  • We expect a thank you email after applicants have been interviewed
  • We expect a thank you letter/card after applicants have been interviewed

Applicants WILL be:

  • Notified if they do not get the job
  • Notified if the decision is taking longer than anticipated

Guest Experience Associate ($16 / hour)

Position Title:
Guest Experience Associate

Hiring Institution:
The Walt Disney Family Museum

City, State:
San Francisco, CA

Salary/Hourly Compensation:
$16.00 / hour

Preferred Degree in Area of Study:
High school diploma

Position Description:
Guest Experience Associates offer exemplary guest service to the general public while facilitating guest operations and engagement. Guest Experience Associates engage guests to create an exceptional Museum experience through in-gallery talks and Museum content engagement. In addition, Guest Experience Associates offer guest service support in a variety of operational roles including gallery entrance, coat check, special exhibitions and museum galleries. More information about the job can be found here.

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred:
High school diploma

Schedule:
Full Time non-Traditional Schedule (evenings, weekends, varies week to week)

Benefits Include:
Health Insurance
Paid Vacation
Paid Sick/Personal Days

Interested in hiring:
Applicants who can start right away

Closing Date:
Open until Filled

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
Directive

Resumes should be sent to:
careers@wdfmuseum.org

Please do not __ to inquire:
Call

Name and Title of person to whom the candidates should address applications:
N/A

Include the following with your resume:
Cover Letter

Interview Process:
2 rounds of interviews. First, call with HR. Second, on-site meeting with Hiring Manager and two other related managers.

Interview Follow Up:
It’s okay to email if we haven’t gotten back to applicants in the time we said we would

Fidelity Corporate Art Internship ($16.25-21.75 / hour)

Position Title
Fidelity Corporate Art Internship

Hiring Institution:
Fidelity Investments-Corporate Services, Fidelity Real Estate Company

City, State:
Boston, MA

Salary/Hourly Compensation:
$16.25-21.75 / hour

Preferred Degree in Area of Study:
Art History, Fine Art, Architectural History or related subjects

Position Description:
You will be working primarily with curators and art Programming Specialist to research artists, draft label copy, and write blog posts related to the art collection. Also, support educational events and update artist database records. You will assist with operations and registration to facilitate behind-the-scenes planning, organization, communication, and execution of departmental collections management projects. Based on experience level, you could also provide support as needed to the broader Corporate Art Group. Full description and link to position can be found here.

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred:
Undergraduate or graduate

Schedule:
Full Time Traditional Schedule (M-F; 9am-5pm)

Benefits Include:
N/A

Interested in hiring:
Applicants with art industry experience

Closing Date:
4.27.18

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link):
N/A

Resumes should be sent to:
Please submit resumes via job portal here.

Please do not __ to inquire:
Call

Name and Title of person to whom the candidates should address applications:
Brittany Bye, University Talent Acquisition Consultant

Include the following with your resume:
Cover Letter, 200 word writing sample MAY be requested

Interview Process:

First round will be phone interview, finalist will interview in a group

Interview Follow Up:
N/A

Applicants WILL be notified if they do not get the job

Development Programs Manager ($45,000–$60,000)

Position Title
Development Programs Manager

Hiring Institution
Door County Maritime Museum

City, State
Sturgeon Bay, WI

Salary/Hourly Compensation
$45,000–$60,000

Position Description
This position creates, sustains, coordinates, and oversees the strategic approach and tactical implementation of fundraising programs. Primary responsibilities include cultivating sponsor relationships, soliciting donations, coordinating volunteers for various fundraising projects, and sustaining fundraising programs. Full description and link to position can be found here. 

Duties include:

  1. Annual Fundraising Plan
    • Draft the annual Fund Development Plan, and collaboratively review it with the Executive Director and the Fundraising Committee.
    • Implement the Fund Development Plan in accordance with ethical fundraising principles.
    • Monitor and evaluate all fundraising activities to ensure that the fundraising goals in support if the museum’s strategic direction are being achieved.
    • Monitor trends in the community or region and adapt fundraising as necessary.
  2. Development Activities
    • Develop and manage schedules for various fundraising activities to ensure strategic plans and fundraising processes are carried out in a timely manner.
    • Identify foundations and governmental programs for potential support of DCMM programs. Prepare and submit grant applications to generate funds for the Museum.
    • Oversee the planning and execution of special fundraising events as specified in the plan to generate funds for the Museum.
    • Identify and develop corporate, community, and individual prospects for the Museum fundraising priorities.
    • Administer the museum’s donor mailing list and database, and ensure the privacy and confidentiality of donor information restricted to specific individuals as defined by the Executive Director.
  3. Development Program Financial
    • Develop and gain approval for an annual budget of the fundraising programs.
    • Prepare regular reports on fundraising projects’ progress, receipts, expenditures, and net profit.
    • Monitor program finances and analyze reports.
    • Seek continual improvements to the projects to optimize profitability.
  4. Philanthropy Promotion
    • Create and sustain a culture of philanthropy among the staff and Board members through periodic, frequent counseling and coaching sessions in fundraising techniques & conveying non-profit success stories.
    • Foster an understanding of philanthropy within the Museum’s staff and Board.
    • Promote the Museum to its members, volunteers, and community stakeholders to maximize public awareness of the fundraising activities of the Museum.

Applicants ONLY with direct experience to the position, Applicants who can start right away, A candidate that fits the organization’s internal culture.

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, public relations, or non-profit leadership
  • Four (4) years experience in non-profit 501(c)3 development work
  • Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation is an asset

Schedule
Full Time Traditional Schedule (M-F; 9am-5pm)

Benefits Include
Paid Vacation, Flexible Schedule, Professional Development Opportunities (conferences, webinars, coaching, etc.), Paid Sick/Personal Days

Closing Date
Open until filled

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link)
Management style is Directive.

Resumes should be sent to
Amy Paul at apaul@dcmm.org

Include the following with your resume
References

Interview Process
Initial phone interview and longer interview either in person or phone.

Applicants WILL be notified if they do not get the job.

Curator of Collections and Exhibitions ($40,000 – $45,000)

Position Title
Curator of Collections and Exhibitions

Hiring Institution
Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art

City, State
Scranton, PA

Salary/Hourly Compensation
$40,000 – $45,000

Position Description
The Curator of Collections and Exhibitions is responsible for the development and management of art collections and all exhibitions at the Everhart Museum. Full description and link to position can be found here. 

Duties include:
o Manage the care and use of the Everhart Museum art collections.
o Develop a roster of temporary exhibitions that engage existing and target audiences, including translating museum collections in temporary exhibitions.
o Provide oversight on the maintenance of permanent exhibitions.
o Oversee and participate in the fabrication, installation, and deinstallation of exhibitions.
o Work with Programs Department to develop public programs complementary to the exhibitions and collection.
o Maintain active relationships with artists, community members, lenders, donors, and professional colleagues.
o Build partnerships that enhance community engagement.
o Coordinate PR or marketing efforts with the Director of Development & Marketing.
o Serve as staff liaison to the Collections & Exhibitions Committee of the Board of Trustees. Responsible for preparing meeting agenda and compiling minutes for distribution.

Preferred Degree in Area of Study
Any combination of training and experience which is likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be acceptable for employment. A typical background would be: A minimum of a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) from a college or university in the field of museum studies, history, art, art history, anthropology, or a related field, a Master Degree is preferred with a minimum of five years of curatorial or collection management experience.

Interested in hiring applicants ONLY with direct experience to the position and individuals that fit the organization’s internal culture.

Quantified Level of Education vs. Years of Experience is Preferred
5-10 or Bachelors, 3-5 years or Masters

Schedule
Full Time Traditional Schedule (M-F; 9am-5pm)

Benefits Include
Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, Flexible Schedule, Raises (annual, cost of living, performance based, etc.), Professional Development Opportunities (conferences, webinars, coaching, etc.), Team Building Activities, Annual Holiday Bonus, COL and performance based raises are given but not annually

Closing Date 
Open until filled

Management Styles of the Organization (you can find the descriptions of each style by following this link)
Management style is a combination of Authoritative, Participative, and Coaching

 

Applicants should submit a resume, a one-page narrative describing interest and experience, and the names of three references.

Resumes should be sent to
Aurore Giguet at employment@everhart-museum.org

Include the following with your resume
References, one-page narrative describing interest and experience

Interview Process
The Executive Director will review all applicants. The top five candidates will be interviewed by the Executive Director, the top three will be brought in to meet staff and select Board Members. The final hiring decision is made by the Executive Director after receiving input from staff and board.

Interview Follow Up 
It’s okay to email if we haven’t gotten back to applicants in the time we said we would, We expect a thank you email after applicants have been interviewed, We expect a thank you letter/card after applicants have been interviewed

Please do not call or drop in to inquire about this position.

Applicants WILL be notified if they do not get the job, notified if the decision is taking longer than anticipated