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Director of Interpretation & Education - National Trust for Historic Preservation Washington, DC (Full Time Permanent) 12/06/2018

The National Trust’s national portfolio of 28 historic sites, known collectively as TrustSites, are a remarkable group of places that model best practices in preservation, interpretation, collections management, and inclusivity, while also extending their legacies and serving their multi-layered communities in a variety of ways. Over the past five years, in keeping with the National Trust’s comprehensive vision for dynamic and sustainable historic sites, TrustSites have together addressed more than $20 million in deferred maintenance, strengthened local governance, expanded earned revenue and visitation, developed more engaging and inclusive programming, and implemented new operating models.    

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Executive Director -Woodrow Wilson House Washington, D.C. (Full Time Permanent) 12/06/2018

The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the operations, programming, and fundraising to ensure the long-term viability of this prestigious presidential site. The Executive Director will work with the Wilson House Advisory Council, other staff from the the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and community stakeholders to create a dynamic strategic plan for the site and will be fully responsible for implementing the plan and for creating and implementing operational, programming and funding plans for a financially-sustainable site. The Executive Director will be qualified and experienced in monitoring budgets and the strategic plan using performance measures.  

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Assistant Preparator - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville, AR (Full Time Permanent) 12/06/2018

Reporting to the Preparator, the Assistant Preparator provides manual labor support and assistance in the packing and unpacking, loading and unloading, transportation, installation, deinstallation and related type tasks of all artwork for featured and permanent exhibitions both inside the museum and on the museum grounds. This position will assist with maintenance of exhibition spaces, shop areas and storage areas. The Assistant Preparator will be required to dust, clean glass, change gallery lights and assist in pest monitoring. The Assistant Preparator works in conjunction with all other members of the Preparation department.

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Protection Services Manager - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville, AR (Full Time Permanent) 12/06/2018

The position of Protection Services Manager is a vital role within Crystal Bridges. It is the Managers duty to oversee the day to day operations of the Protection Services staff while ensuring a safe environment for the Museum’s guests, members, volunteers, staff and the collections. It is necessary to supervise the enforcement of internal and external security procedures which safeguard the museum’s assets and oversee the operations of the electronic security and fire systems. These responsibilities will be accomplished through a strong ability to manage, empower and mentor individuals and teams as well as fostering quality relationships that promote the mission of Protection Services. A Manager must also be a conduit of collaboration between Protection Services and the Museum to accomplish the mission and to help build a diverse and professional staff while working to reduce turnover within the department.

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Manager of Community Engagement - Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI (Full Time Permanent) 10/3/2018

The Manager of Community Engagement provides innovative and dynamic leadership to the Haggerty Museum of Art’s community engagement efforts, promoting inclusivity and positioning the museum as an active member of Milwaukee’s dynamically diverse community S/he expands the museum’s capacity to build community collaborations, to create bi-directional community partnerships, and to respond to community needs. The Manager of Community Engagement develops and implements strategic and results-driven collaborative public programming that integrates a broad range of diverse community stakeholders with the Haggerty Museum of Art’s collections, exhibitions and programs.

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Clifford Still Museum Research Fellowship Program (CSMRC) Denver, CO (Fellowship)

CSMRC Fellows will have an opportunity to access materials from the CSM archives and art collection, as well as other collections, including materials from two adjacent institutions, the Denver Public Library (DPL) and the Denver Art Museum (DAM). DAM’s modern and contemporary art collection includes thirty works by Abstract Expressionist Robert Motherwell. DAM also holds internationally recognized collections of Pre-Columbian Art, American Indian Art, and Western American Art (and houses the related Petrie Institute of Western American Art), all of which can help provide resources and context for Clyfford Still and other research fields. The DPL has extensive holdings, including a photography collection of approximately 30,000 images depicting the American west, as well as other humanities-based resources. The presence of several Denver-based colleges and universities add to this unique opportunity for intellectual exchange.

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Head of Read House & Gardens Educational Programs -
Delaware Historical Society  Wilmington, DE (Full time Permanent) 10/26/2018

The Delaware Historical Society (DHS) is seeking a dynamic and self-directed individual to work from its New Castle campus as Head of Read House & Gardens Educational Programs. This educator will join the Read House & Gardens (RH&G) staff as it undertakes a comprehensive review of interpretive strategy, public-facing initiatives, and integration across DHS divisions. The incumbent will develop and implement youth and adult programming, as well as provide curatorial and operational support to the Director of the RH&G.

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Exhibitions & Publications Project Manager - University of Michigan Museum of Art Ann Arbor, MI (Full Time Permanent) 11/16/2018

The University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) seeks a dynamic, highly motivated, and collaborative individual to join the Exhibitions & Publications department to provide essential support for special exhibitions, collections rotations, and Museum publications.

The Exhibitions & Publications Project Manager coordinates all aspects of the Museum’s special exhibitions, permanent collection installations, and contributes essential support to the Museum’s publications program. With supervision by the Director of Exhibitions & Publications, the successful candidate will manage a portfolio of projects working closely with the curators, registrars, and technicians to ensure the success of UMMA’s exhibitions and publications from earliest inception phase, through implementation to installation.

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Director of Development - North Carolina Museum of Art Raleigh, NC (Full Time Permanent) 11/19/2018

The next Director of Development and the development team will create an environment where the Museum Director can be most successful working with the NCMA’s top donors and prospects. The Director will need a strong leader who can articulate both the challenges and the possibilities of funding opportunities and will be her partner in working with the Board of Trustees and the Board of the Foundation in reaching development goals. The Foundation is a separate nonprofit created to support and implement the Museum’s development program.

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Chief Curator - African American Museum and Library At Oakland Oakland, CA (Full Time Permanent) 11/16/2018

The Chief Curator directs and leads the curatorial work and operational administration of AAMLO. Reporting to the Director of Library Services, the Chief Curator integrates the resources and services of a museum, archives and a library to create a unique and innovative historical preservation and learning center that advances and achieves the mission of AAMLO. The Chief Curator will provide visionary programmatic, exhibition and collection development leadership to a staff of 6 and oversee a budget of approximately $1M annually. Most of the funding is for staff and building maintenance. AAMLO is funded as part of the Oakland Public Library’s budget and programming and exhibits are enhanced through private donations and grants raised by the Oakland Public Library and Chief Curator.

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Associate Experience Developer - Oakland Museum of California Oakland, CA (Part-time, 24 hr/wk for 14 months) 11/19/2018

The Associate Experience Developer will support the development and implementation of OMCA’s installation of the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s traveling exhibition No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man, specifically overseeing the recruitment and facilitation of volunteer educators and facilitators, the implementation of an in-gallery “maker” space, plus developing and implementing exhibition-related programs. The position is project part-time for 14 months. Weekday schedule of up to 24 hours is anticipated for January - September. Schedule will transition to include Friday evenings and weekends for October - February.

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Teen Educator - Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University Durham, NC (Part-time Permanent, 20-25 hrs/wk) 11/1/2018

The Teen Program Educator reports directly to the Manager of Public Programs. The Nasher Teen Council is a more dedicated group of students who meet every two weeks and connect deeply with the museum through time with staff, interactions with local artists, time in the galleries, and time spent making art. The Nasher Teens is now a broader offering of monthly workshops that allow for a larger number of teen students to participate in museum programs. The Teen Program Educator will be responsible for all aspects of the Nasher Teen Council. The Teen Program Educator will also work closely with the Educator for K-12 and Family Programs on the planning and execution of the Nasher Teen workshops.

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The Custodian position provides custodial and support services for all OMSI facilities, activities, and events.  Custodial staff serves to help ensure that OMSI provides a clean, safe, and healthy environment for all guests and staff. This position reports to the Custodial Operations Manager.

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Custodian - Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Portland, OR (Full Time Permanent) 11/12/2018


Part-time Positions - Children’s Museum of Manhattan New York, NY 10/2/2018

Art Studio Leaders
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking teaching artists in the visual arts and design to facilitate activities, programs, workshop and provide art assistance to children and visiting families in the Museums upcoming exhibit and program experience Art, Artists & You. To read more about this position/apply, click here.

Community Educator
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking Community Educators for the Museum Early Childhood Program and Outreach Program. Community Educators facilitate a variety of museum-based and community-based programs in early childhood, science, literacy, and visual and performing arts. To read more about this position/apply, click here.

Bilingual Teaching Artist
The School Programs Department at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking part-time Bilingual Teaching Artist Positions to facilitate professional development programs as part of the Education Department. To read more about this position/apply, click here.

Museum Educator
The Education Department at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking part-time Museum Educators to work directly with Museum visitors. To read more about this position/apply, click here.

Guest Service Admissions Attendants
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking energetic customer service experts to greet, inform, and direct museum guests upon entry to all the fun! To read more about this position/apply, click here.


Campaign Associate - Ford’s Theatre Washington, D.C. (Full Time Permanent) 10/19/2018

Ford’s Theatre is seeking a Campaign Associate to support its capital campaign efforts. Ford’s is proud to be an equal opportunity employer where all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, family status, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Membership Manager - Ford’s Theatre Washington D.C. (Full Time Permanent) 10/19/2018

Ford’s Theatre is seeking a Membership Manager to grow its membership programs (Friends of Ford’s Theatre, $50-$500 and John T. Ford Society, $1,000-$15,000) and help expand its base of mid-level donors.

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Camp Cook - Hancock Field Station Fossil, OR (Full Time Seasonal) 10/24/2018

The Camp Cook prepares and cooks nutritious meals for the OMSI Outdoors programs at Hancock Field Station near Fossil, Oregon. Camp cooks will also follow sustainable kitchen practices, which include food storage and food disposal. Participate in programs/initiatives to enhance corporate culture, such as:

  • Working effectively with and supporting volunteers throughout the organization.

  • Supporting OMSI's Total Guest Experience/Customer Service mission & objectives in daily job performance, including diversity initiatives.

  • Professionally represent OMSI with all internal and external contacts with appropriate appearance, action and communication.

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The Junior Medical Camp Coordinator/Museum Educator is responsible for instructing, developing curriculum for, and coordinating Junior Medical Camp (JMC) as well as teach standards-based programs for school audiences. Junior Medical Camp is a summer camp program for grades 6-12, where students with an interest in a medical field can explore the science through hands-on learning.

(Must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation).

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Life Science Education Coordinator - Cleveland Museum of Natural History Cleveland, OH (Full Time Permanent) 10/15/2018


The Guide Program Manager is a regular full-time position with benefits. S/he manages the Guide Program staff and provides educational leadership for the 100+ volunteer tour guides in the program. The Guide Program Manager reports to the Director of Education. The ideal candidate will provide leadership for staff and volunteers and collaborate with education divisions as well as other museum departments on many programming initiatives.

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Guide Program Manager - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville, AR (Full Time Permanent) 10/5/18


Curator - Vera List Center for Art and Politics, The New School New York, NY (Full Time Permanent) 09/13/2018

The Vera List Center for Art and Politics (VLC) at The New School is seeking applications for the position of Curator, Vera List Center. It is a full time position, with work sometimes taking place during evenings and occasionally on weekends. The Curator reports to the Director/Chief Curator of the Vera List Center.

Working closely with the Director, the center's Manager of Programs and Administration, students and interns, the Curator will be involved in all aspects of conceptualizing, curating, organizing, and promoting the Vera List Center's programs. This entails research, developing curatorial frameworks and organizing public programs, publications, and occasional exhibitions as well as contributing to the programs' impact and visibility. At the discretion of the director, the curator may be asked to curate his/her own programs.

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Represents the Education Department and Docents among the public. Coordinates all aspects of the Docent Program and educational tours at the Museum. Performs general administrative duties for the Education Department as needed.

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School & Docent Programs Coordinator - Corning Museum of Glass Corning, NY (Full Time Permanent) 11/1/2018