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Director of Inclusion - American Alliance of Museums

A tremendous opportunity to influence the entire museum field! The American Alliance of Museums—the largest organization representing the nation’s museums—seeks an experienced professional to lead our diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion (DEAI) initiatives. Use your deep understanding of DEAI theory and practice to establish goals and outcomes; drive increased understanding, know-how, and action in the museum field’s DEAI work; build systemic and sustainable programs, policies, and structures that encourage and support diverse, inclusive, accessible, and equitable museums; ensure inclusivity in AAM organizational policies and practices, as well as in the programs/resources AAM delivers to the field; and support the enhancement of the intercultural competencies of Alliance staff and volunteer leadership.

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Executive Director - Prince George’s African American Museum and Culture Center

This officer is responsible for establishing and executing major goals and objectives for the organization. The Executive Director provides leadership, direction, and
guidance of Organization’s activities. Analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of all organization operations. Develops and maintains the organizational structure and effective personnel. Coordinates major activities through subordinates and appraises assigned personnel. Represents the Organization to regulatory bodies, other agencies, community and civic organizations, donors, funders and supporters, and the general public.

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Arts Program Manager - Bronx Children’s Museum

Bronx Children’s Museum (BxCM or Museum) is a new kind of children’s museum “with and without walls” in the only borough - the Bronx - that until very recently, did not have a children’s museum. Currently operating “without walls” in schools, shelters, parks and community agencies, the Museum provides programming to 18,000 children annually. In 2020, the Museum will also open a building near Yankee Stadium, inspiring an additional 75,000 visitors annually. The Museum will offer arts enrichment, environmental education, and interactive exhibits designed to connect children with their families, their communities, the Bronx and beyond, instilling empathy, compassion, and stewardship.

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Associate Curator of Education - Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design

The Associate Curator of Education advances the mission of Shangri La by creating and coordinating onsite, off-site and online education initiatives that enrich the understanding of Shangri La’s collections, exhibitions, and broaden the educational impact of the institution’s artist-scholar residency program. The Associate Curator of Education supports the Executive Director and curatorial staff by managing Shangri La’s education programs: museum tour program; docent, internship and volunteer programs; specialized educational workshops for key constituencies (teachers, students, schools, community groups, artists, etc.); and learning interactives and curricular materials that support collections, exhibitions & public programs.

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Community Partnerships Coordinator (Kress Interpretive Fellow) - Portland Art Museum


The Portland Art Museum (PAM) strives to be an inclusive institution that facilitates respectful dialogue, debate, and the free exchange of ideas.  With a deep commitment to artists – past and present – and freedom of expression, the Museum and Northwest Film Center’s collections, programs and staff aspire to reveal the beauty and complexities of the world, and create a deeper understanding of our shared humanity.  We are a Museum for all, inviting everyone to connect with art through their own experiences, voices, and personal journeys.  The Northwest Film Center (NWFC), a sister organization to the Museum, is a regional media arts resource and service organization founded to encourage the study, appreciation, and utilization of the moving image arts, foster their artistic and professional excellence, and to help create a climate in which they may flourish. PAM and the NWFC are committed to advancing equity and inclusion by creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We will continue learning as we work to evolve as an Institution, recognizing that this journey has no end and our commitment must remain.

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Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) seeks an enterprising, entrepreneurial, and visionary leader to serve as the inaugural Executive Director of the new Museum of Pop Culture in New York City (MoPOP NYC).  The Executive Director will possess the unique qualities of leadership, vision, and ability to harness people of different skills and interests to work together to achieve the physical idealization of the vision of the Museum.

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Executive Director - Museum of Pop Culture


Campaign and Major Gifts Consultant - Bronx Children’s Museum

The Bronx Children’s Museum is embarking on the first phase of a campaign to increase its reserve account by $3 million over the next three to four years. The consultant will report to the Executive Director, in concert with the Director of Development, helping them develop, organize and move a campaign forward, strategically.

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The Museum is seeking an experienced and passionate Consultant to lead site integration and pre-opening operations coordination, including building operations, safety, security, and the overall visitor experience.

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Site Integration and Operations Consultant - Bronx Children’s Museum


The Deputy Director of Finance and Operations (DDFO) reports to the Museum’s Executive Director (ED) and supports and collaborates with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and senior staff to carry out the Bronx Children’s Museum’s mission and vision and implement its business plan.

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Deputy Director of Operations and Finance - Bronx Children’s Museum


The Bronx Children’s Museum seeks a temporary/part-time Development Assistant (10 hours a week) to support and assist the Development Director administratively.

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Development Assistant - Bronx Children’s Museum


The Bronx Children’s Museum is searching for a savvy visitor services consultant who will help lead our Public Experience and Engagement Relations (PEER) team.  The project will last from August 2018-July 2020, leading up to and including the opening of the Museum’s new facility.

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Visitor’s Services Consultant - Bronx Children’s Museum