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Weekly Jobs Round-Up!

Posted by Phillippa Pitts on March 22, 2013 in jobs listings |

Welcome to our weekly roundup of new jobs. As always, they go up immediately on their own page. Happy hunting!

  • Conference and Events Coordinator [International Sculpture Center]The Conference and Events Coordinator is required to plan, organize, market, and co-ordinate conferences and special events. The Conference and Events Coordinator works with event planning committees and reports the Executive Director. This job is primarily office based but does require some travel. Primary Responsibilities Meet with sponsors and organizing committees to plan the scope and format …
  • Memorial Exhibition Assistant [9/11 Memorial] The 9/11 Memorial Museum is in the process of finalizing key exhibition components, including the content within a memorial exhibition, In Memoriam. The Memorial Exhibition Assistant will work with the Museum staff to coordinate and execute the processing, documentation, review, and approval for digital content to be incorporated into an exhibition devoted to understanding the magnitude of loss and the …
  • Multiple educator positions [Bullock Texas State History Museum]*School Curriculum Manager* – Manages all aspects of the Museum’s partnerships with schools, local and statewide, and education organizations including cultivating new partnerships that position the museum as a partner in teaching and learning **** – Develops curriculum, media, and other resources that supports classroom learning in a range of subject areas including social studies, literature, science, art, and music.**** – Ensures all student …
  • Exhibition Coordinator [The Textile Museum] The Textile Museum is seeking an experienced exhibition coordinator who will manage all aspects of internally generated and traveling exhibitions hosted by The Textile Museum. The primary overall responsibilities of the position are to organize and oversee a schedule of work that brings the exhibitions from a development stage to a successful conclusion, to develop …
  • Exhibit Content Developer [California Academy of Sciences] POSITION SUMMARY: Reporting to the Associate Director of Exhibit Content Development, and working as part of an exhibit team, this position plays a key role in development of new Academy exhibits. The Exhibit Content Developer is responsible for creating engaging scientific content and developing successful interpretive strategies for Academy exhibits, researching and writing exhibit and aquarium …
  • Development Assistant [The Franklin Institute ob Categories: Development, Philadelphia County (PA), Education & Instruction, Museums, Science, Nature, & Gardens MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: College degree required with demonstrated exposure to and experience in a sophisticated non-profit environment. Additional experience in customer service setting is preferred. This position will provide an excellent learning opportunity for someone interested in pursuing a career in development. Excellent writing skills ...
  • Museum Research Consortium Project Coordinator [MOMA] With the support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Museum of Modern Art has embarked on a four-year (January 1, 2013–December 31, 2016), Museum-based pilot program for the study of objects in MoMA’s collection in partnership with graduate students and faculty from the art history programs at Princeton University, Yale University, Columbia University, the …
  • Manager of Public Program Operations [Museum of the City of New York] The Museum of the City of New York seeks an experienced professional to manage the operations of its ambitious program of public programs for adults, including lectures, symposia, book talks, concerts, film screenings, walking tours, and gallery talks.  The Manager of Public Program Operations will collaborate with programming staff and exercise primary responsibility for all …
  • Youths Program Manager [Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum]The Youth Programs Manager reports directly to the Director of Education serving in the role of program manager for student programs. Responsible for all areas of Design Prep, a comprehensive program in design career awareness and training for all high school students. He/she schedules and coordinates Design Prep programs working closely with three targeted audiences: …
  • Director Historic Sites And Museums [Bureau of Historic Sites and Museums] The Director of the Bureau of Historic Sites and Museums is a Senior Management Service executive level position responsible for the direction and administration of financial, personnel, and public programs of historic sites and museum of the PA Historical and Museum Commission’s Trail of History and for providing Architectural Services to the sites and museums …
  • Communications Coordinator [The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center]Part-time Position Description The Communications Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Marketing and Public Relations to successfully implement the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center’s communication and marketing plans. This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Public Relations. Responsibilities:  Draft and distribute press releases and calendar listings.  Organize, maintain and update media lists  Coordinate social media postings …
  • Education Curator [Mid-America Arts Alliance] Job Summary: The Education Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of programming resources and educational materials for exhibitions organized or produced by the Visual Arts and Humanities (VAH) division of Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA). Representative Examples of Work Performed: Accomplish the work of Mid-America Arts Alliance Implement the organization’s mission strengthening communities and Improving lives through …
  • Humanities Curator [Mid-America Arts Alliance] Job Summary: The Humanities Curator is responsible for overseeing the operation of the NEH on the Road program for Mid-American Arts Alliance; including the identification and implementation of new traveling humanities exhibitions.  This position primarily serves as the project manager for the NEH on the Road traveling exhibition program, and also functions as the point person between M-AAA …
  • Executive Director [Holland Historical Trust] QUALIFICATIONS The successful candidate will have a track record of success in fundraising and resource development, community relations, marketing and public relations, staff and volunteer management, as well as excellent oral/written communication and public speaking skills. S/he will also have the ability to inspire and empower staff, board, community members and donors, through a collaborative and …
  • Associate Director of Education: Interpretation and Public Programs [The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago] The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA) seeks a full-time Associate Director of Education: Interpretation and Public Programs. She/He will be a major contributor in the development of interactive and creative approaches to a more audience-engaged museum. They will conceive, develop, and manage all interpretative materials and exhibition learning for museum audiences in collaboration with the curatorial department with the …
  • Outreach Coordinator [Boston Preservation Alliance] The Boston Preservation Alliance is the city’s oldest historic preservation advocacy organization.  We promote the preservation of the city’s unique character by encouraging thoughtful, continued use and sensitive change to Boston’s historic resources. We continue to build our base of support through programs, membership, social media and other outreach efforts, traditional fundraising and an annual awards program and annual auction. The …
  • Multiple Development Positions [Tudor Place Historic House and Garden] Tudor Place Historic House and Garden in Washington, DC (http://tudorplace.org/) is currently hiring for two new positions: Director of Development and Development Officer. Check out the job descriptions here: Tudor Place Development Officer Position Description Tudor Place Director of Development Position Description

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