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Director of Individual Giving [John F Kennedy Library Foundation, Boston, MA]

Mission

The primary mission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is to support the work of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum whose core function is to collect, preserve, and make available for research the documents, audiovisual material and memorabilia of President Kennedy, his family, and his contemporaries.

The Foundation, representing a wide variety of constituencies within the general public, works closely with the National Archives and Records Administration to develop programs that advance the study and understanding of President Kennedy’s life and the times in which he lived; and that promote a greater appreciation of America’s political and cultural heritage, the process of governing, and the importance of public service.

In addition to its support of the Kennedy Library, the Kennedy Library Foundation directly sponsors programs and activities that help people understand the major challenges facing democracy today; that inspire current and future generations to political participation and public service; and that promote debate and discussion of issues at the heart of contemporary democracy that relate to the legacy of President John F. Kennedy.

Today, the Kennedy Library in Boston is one of the most visited of the 13 presidential libraries in America. Over 225,000 people from around the globe visit the museum each year, including serving over 70,000 students annually through a host of free educational programs. We also reach over 7 million people annually through our website.

Job Description:

The JFK Library Foundation is seeking a highly motivated development professional to assume a leadership role in expanding private philanthropic support for the Kennedy Library Foundation. With a primary focus on the Foundation’s Annual Fund, Membership and Planned Giving programs, the Director of Individual Giving will be responsible to significantly grow the organization’s annual giving efforts by developing a long term strategy to ensure donors are closely stewarded and presented with opportunities to increase their level of annual support all while enjoying a close relationship to the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation.

He/She will report to the Vice President of Development and be responsible to develop strategy and manage fundraising efforts with individual donors from the $1,000 to $25,000 level. In addition to cultivating their own donor portfolio, the Director of Individual Giving will be capable of providing oversight and management of 2-3 key development staff responsible for the day to day operations of the Foundation’s Annual Fund, Membership and Planned Giving solicitations.

The Director of Individual Giving will work to further cultivate the Foundation’s existing pool of long term and loyal donors and also devote time to identifying and meeting new prospects for all of the organization’s individual giving programs. He/She will be joining a team of hard working and dedicated professionals committed to advancing the Foundation’s fundraising efforts. The position will require a considerable time outside the office meeting with existing donors and new prospects as an energetic, creative, and persuasive front-line member of the Foundation’s development department.

He/She will be responsible to work with the Vice President of Development to set strategy and executing fundraising plans for sustaining and growing the number of annual donors, the size of individual donations, and the conversion of identified annual donors to major gift and leadership donors. In addition, the Director will be responsible to revitalize the JFK Library’s planned giving vehicle, The Victura Society. The Director will also support major giving efforts of the Vice President of Development and the Executive Director, as well as members of the Board, and assist in the Foundation’s annual fundraising gala the May Dinner.

The Director of Individual Giving will:

  • Personally manage a gift portfolio of 100+ individual donors.
  • Be responsible for growing unrestricted gifts for Foundation’s Annual Fund.
  • Participate in the creation of key fundraising messaging in the Foundation’s annual appeals and membership programs online as well as in direct mail solicitations.
  • Supervise staff to ensure that their individual successes will help the Foundation’s quarterly and annual revenue goals.
  • Coordinate events with the Manager of Development Events and Operations to ensure an exceptional donor experience, with a focus on cultivation and stewardship; conceptualize and implement small donor cultivation events where appropriate.
  • Oversee development operations for the Foundation’s Annual Fund, Membership and Planned Giving programs including gift receipt, tracking, and acknowledgement processes.
  • Attend all key events where donor population is present.
  • Work with the Manager of Development Operations and Special Events in enhancing donor recognition in all communication strategies;
  • Maintain accurate and complete records of donor communications; Prepare regular reports on all appeal activities;
  • Develop annual budgets for the Annual Fund, Membership and Planned Giving programs.
  • Monitor revenue and expenses related to Individual Giving on a quarterly basis, as requested by the VP.
  • Help develop new strategies and protocols for planned giving, through the Victura Society, which will re-engage current donors and attract new bequests.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years of fundraising experience, with demonstrated success in major gift fundraising and managing staff and volunteers.
  • Superior interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Outgoing personality and ability to initiate and enjoy direct communication with donors and potential donors; customer-service orientation;
  • Highly motivated and energetic, ability to show initiative and work independently;
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff;
  • Organizational and managerial abilities, with ability to prioritize and manage multiple priorities.
  • Travel, evening and weekend work required.
  • Working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or similar donor database program.
  • Familiarity with Planned Giving programs.

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote a greater appreciation and understanding of American politics, history and culture, the process of governing and the importance of public service. We seek a responsible, resourceful, and energetic individual who shares a commitment to promoting President Kennedy’s legacy and the ideals of education and public service that he championed, and who enjoys working as part of a dedicated and strong team.

To apply, please email cover letter, resume and references to Maura Hammer at HR@jfklfoundation.org. Please use the subject line “Director of Individual Giving.”

No phone calls, please.

Senior Administrative and Project Assistant [John F Kennedy Foundation, Boston, MA]

Mission:

The primary mission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is to support the work of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum whose core function is to collect, preserve, and make available for research the documents, audiovisual material and memorabilia of President Kennedy, his family, and his contemporaries.

The Foundation, representing a wide variety of constituencies within the general public, works closely with the National Archives and Records Administration to develop programs that advance the study and understanding of President Kennedy’s life and the times in which he lived; and that promote a greater appreciation of America’s political and cultural heritage, the process of governing, and the importance of public service.

In addition to its support of the Kennedy Library, the Kennedy Library Foundation directly sponsors programs and activities that help people understand the major challenges facing democracy today; that inspire current and future generations to political participation and public service; and that promote debate and discussion of issues at the heart of contemporary democracy that relate to the legacy of President John F. Kennedy.

Today, the Kennedy Library in Boston is one of the most visited of the 13 presidential libraries in America. Over 200,000 people from around the globe visit the museum each year, including serving over 30,000 students annually through a host of free educational programs.

Job Description:

The Foundation is seeking a highly motivated assistant to support the day-to-day administrative and projects of the three Senior Staff members at the Foundation. The Foundation always has a variety of projects to handle in many areas, which keeps the work fast paced and ever changing. Responsibilities may include:

  • General administrative duties, which may include making travel arrangements for staff and program participants, preparing expense reports and gathering invoices, failing, meeting preparation and event arrangements
  • Preparing reports and gathering statistical data
  • Completing research on a variety of topics
  • Assistance with maintaining Foundation permanent records
  • Assistance with the administration of Human Resources
  • Assistance with the coordination and orchestration of the Awards programs
  • Assistance with the preparation of materials for Board Committee and Committee meetings (i.e. finance, audit, investment, technology, programs)
  • Assist with the management of benchmarks established
  • Ensure high-quality and timely production of all project deliverables
  • Coordination of projects including research, writing, events planning, meeting planning, and follow-up as needed
  • Manage deliverables and timeline with internal and external stakeholders
  • Assist in the definition of project scope and objections
  • Develop a detailed plan to monitor and track progress
  • Manage change to project scope, schedule and costs effectively
  • Assisting with implementation of various projects
  • Assisting with the planning of events related to JFK’s Centennial in 2017
  • Support with Development activities as needed

This position will be exposed to business issues, project management, and general office administration. The ideal candidate will have a desire to develop their administrative, analytical and operational skills.

Qualifications:

  • Interest in the Nonprofit sector
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills
  • Work experience demonstrating the ability to exercise a high degree of discretion
  • Ability to prioritize, meet tight deadlines, and effectively handle changing priorities
  • Highly organized and ability in managing multiple work assignments simultaneously
  • Ability to work both independently, with guidance and direction from manager, or as part of a team as the situation requires
  • Experience tracking project budgets and schedules
  • Available for certain events on nights and weekends
  • Computer proficiency and advanced skills in the use of Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel), Blackbaud (optional), Google, Adobe Acrobat Professional and other applications

Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Minimum of 5 years’ previous experience as an Administrative Assistant, Project Management Assistant or transferable skills

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. Compensation for this position is dependent upon experience. Interested and qualified candidates are asked to send a cover letter and resume, and salary requirements to:

Doris Drummond
Chief Financial Officer
John F. Kennedy Library Foundation
E-mail: HR@jfklfoundation.org

Director of Awards and Special Projects [John F Kennedy Library Foundation, Boston, MA]

The Director of Awards and Special Projects is primarily responsible for the stewardship and implementation of two awards given annually by the Foundation: the prestigious John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, and the John F. Kennedy New Frontier Awards. In addition, the Director of Awards and Special Projects will be responsible for leading a variety of special Foundation projects that involve educating and creating awareness around President Kennedy’s legacy as a champion of peace, innovation, service, and inclusion. This position directs a research intern, and works in close collaboration with the Marketing and Communications; Education and Public Programs; and Development departments. The Director of Awards and Special Projects will report directly to the VP, Communications and Marketing, and on a case-by-case basis to the Executive Director for special projects.

The John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award™ was created by the Foundation in 1989 to honor President Kennedy’s commitment and contribution to public service. It is presented annually in May, in celebration of President Kennedy’s birthday, to public servants who have made courageous decisions of conscience in the face of personal or professional consequences. The award is named for President Kennedy’s 1957 Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Profiles in Courage, which recounts the stories of eight U.S. senators who risked their careers, incurring the wrath of constituents or powerful interest groups, by taking principled stands for unpopular positions. It has become the premiere award in the political arena. Recently the Foundation has deployed new digital strategies to bring to new and younger audiences a broader awareness and understanding of political courage and those who have embodied it.

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and Harvard’s Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government created the John F. Kennedy New Frontier Award in 2004 to honor Americans under the age of 40 who are changing their communities – and the country – with their commitment to public service. The awards are presented annually to two exceptional individuals whose contributions in elective office, and non-elective community service or advocacy demonstrate the impact and the value of public service in the spirit of John F. Kennedy.

The Director of Award Programs also collaborates on The Profile in Courage Essay Contest for High School Students which is administered by the John F. Kennedy Library Education Department. The contest invites high school students to consider the concept of political courage by writing an essay on a U.S. elected official who has chosen to do what is right, rather than what is expected. This position participates in the contest’s selection process, and takes the lead in managing the award presentation, which is integrated with the Profile in Courage Award ceremony.

Roles and Responsibilities

The Director of Awards and Special Projects is responsible for:

Candidate Research, Nomination, and Selection

  • Manage a wide-ranging and thorough nominations process, which includes extensive research and strong public engagement. Finding appropriate candidates requires high quality research through online sources, outreach to key stakeholders, and national and local news publications.
  • Following a broad nominations process, identify award finalists for committee consideration.
  • Prepare a thorough and accurate briefing book on candidates for review and committee selection.

Committee Management

  • Ensure the success of the Committee deliberations, including developing successful relationships with Committee chairs and members through ongoing communications.
  • Oversee logistics to support Committee members at meetings, and Award ceremonies.
  • Provide staff support and guidance for Committee Chairmen and members, and to the Executive Director of the Kennedy Library Foundation in their roles on each committee.

Project Management

  • Developing project scopes and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility
  • Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects
  • Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget
  • Measure project performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques

Award Events

  • Work with the Foundation’s staff assistant in coordinating all aspects of the annual Awards ceremonies, receptions, and ancillary events, including logistics such as invitations, programs, travel and ground transportation for honorees and principals, event times and locations, event flow, award acquisition, staging, guest lists, security, staffing, menus, photography, detailed briefings for all ceremony participants.
  • Write principals’ remarks for delivery at Award ceremonies and other events.
  • Work with the Development, Forum, and Marketing and Communications Departments in the planning and orchestration of Award recipients’ participation in development events and other Foundation programs.

Outreach

  • Conduct outreach to and maintain mailing lists of academic, civic, government, advocacy and political organizations, journalists, and legislative leaders and government officials to solicit nominations of candidates and promote knowledge and understanding of the Awards.
  • Work with the Development department to provide ongoing stewardship of donors to the Profile in Courage Award Trust.
  • Represent the Foundation Awards at appropriate community and political gatherings.
  • Develop an alumni network of past awardees for ongoing engagement.

Communications

  • Collaborate with the Marketing and Communications team on marketing and advertising strategies to broaden awareness of Award programs and deepen engagement among new and younger audiences.
  • Work with the Communications team and key selection committee members in the planning and orchestration of award press conferences, and all media coverage associated with the Award(s).
  • Manage and protect the Profile in Courage Award and New Frontier Award trademarks; working with Foundation legal counsel to establish appropriate trademarks and renew them; monitor usage of trademarked terms and send cease-and-desist letters when called for.
  • Write, produce and distribute all marketing and promotional materials for Award programs, including advertising, web content, award ceremony programs, and invitations.

Management

  • Provide supervision and direction to intern(s), outside consultants, and vendors.
  • Responsible for managing budgets for each Award program and projects as necessary.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have:

  • BA in history, government, political science, or relevant subject; must have strong working knowledge of public policy issues on a national and local level;
  • Track record of results and achievement in successfully managing high-profile programs or initiatives;
  • Experience in management of selection processes, including work with board committees;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, maturity, and solid judgment that engenders confidence from selection committee members, awardees, colleagues and key stakeholders;
  • Strong project management skills;
  • Outstanding writing skills, including ability to write inspiring and uplifting prose.

About the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization founded in 1984 to provide financial support, staffing, and creative resources for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, a presidential library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. The Kennedy Presidential Library and the Kennedy Library Foundation seek to promote, through educational and community programs, a greater appreciation and understanding of American politics, history, and culture, the process of governing and the importance of public service.

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes an outstanding benefits package.

Interested and qualified candidates are asked to send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to:

Rachel Flor
Vice President, Communications and Marketing
John F. Kennedy Library Foundation
E-mail: HR@jfklfoundation.org

No phone calls please.

Exhibits Coordinator [Cape Fear Museum of History and Science, Wilmington, NC]

Essential Duties

This is an exciting time to work at Cape Fear Museum of History and Science. We are seeking an Exhibits Coordinator to be part of our growing organization and to help guide aspects of the Museum’s newly adopted strategic plan. This is a unique opportunity for an imaginative, creative, and experienced museum professional to work on initiatives including exhibit renovations and the development of pop-up exhibits and interactives. The Coordinator has primary responsibility for developing exhibit design, graphics, layout and identity.  In addition, the coordinator will manage and maintain existing installations and supervise exhibit staff.

A department of New Hanover County, Cape Fear Museum collects, preserves and interprets objects relating to the history, science, and cultures of the Lower Cape Fear. The Museum makes those objects and their interpretation available to the public through educational exhibitions and programs.

Essential Duties

  • Develops exhibit designs with team members, leads design process from conceptual and schematic design to design development to construction to installation and post-construction evaluation.
  • Oversees the production of exhibit graphic design, digital and print materials to include designing, editing, printing and mounting; acquires and administers contracts for these services.
  • Develops and/or facilitates the creation of hands-on exhibit interactives including low-tech and high-tech digital components; recommends equipment purchases, develops, and implements polices for new exhibits.
  • Supervises staff to include prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff is trained; and making hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.
  • Manages activities involving in-house, traveling and mobile exhibitions to include overseeing scheduling, contract negotiations and payment arrangements; shipping; packing/unpacking; setting up/taking down exhibits; and choosing among display alternatives to maximize the quality of visitors’ experience.

Knowledge and Skills

Knowledge of ADA requirements and OSHA regulations; museum exhibit techniques; museum practices, protocol and ethics; basic artifact preservation and conservation principles; exhibit preparation and execution; design and graphic design principles; security practices; basic budget principles; lighting principles and industry updates; construction and building maintenance principles; print media and materials; supervisory principles; and project management principles.

Skilled in using computers and applicable software, including graphic design and 3D layout software; using hand and power tools; using various office equipment; fabricating display materials; researching information; writing articles and reports; producing printed materials; managing multiple projects; preparing long-range plans; directing the work of others; supervising and evaluating performance.; organizing and prioritizing work assignments; establishing and maintaining effective working relationships; providing customer service; and communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.

Necessary Software Skills

  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • SketchupPro and/or Vectorworks and/or AutoCAD and/or 3D Studio Max

Licenses and Certifications Preferred, but Not Required

  • Adobe Certified Associate (ACA)
  • National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ)
  • Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS)
  • OSHA Construction Safety & Health Training
  • Valid NC Driver’s License

 Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design, Art History, Industrial Design, or a related field . Three years of progressively responsible supervisory and exhibit design experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Licenses/Certifications

Valid NC Driver’s License

Other Information

Hours:  8AM-5PM weekdays; must be available for special events and during emergency situations

The hiring range for this position is $ 48,508 – $55,000 Annually

Priority consideration will be given to applicants that apply by Monday, November 13th.

Applicants are required to thoroughly complete the on-line application and must attach a cover letter, resume, and one example of an exhibit design from applicant’s portfolio in the “attachments” section.

For full details and to apply click here.

 

Registrar [Media Majlis, Northwestern University, Qatar]

The Media Majlis at Northwestern University in Qatar

Open position:   Registrar

Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q), situated at Education City in Doha and a member of Qatar Foundation, is one of the twelve schools of Northwestern University, a leading non-profit research university founded in Evanston, Illinois, in 1851. Since 2008 NU-Q has offered Bachelor of Science degrees in Journalism and in Communication, as well as a certificate in Middle East Studies and a joint minor, with Georgetown University, in media and politics. In January 2017 Northwestern opened its new home in Doha, designed by the highly regarded architect Antoine Predock.

A focal point of this new building will be The Media Majlis, the first university museum in Qatar, and the first museum in the Arab world dedicated to the content of media, journalism and communication. Through active discussion and interrogation, the museum’s exhibitions will explore journalism, communication and media—pasts, presents and futures—with a global orientation that reflects the universal nature of media, overlaid with Qatar, Persian Gulf, and Middle East perspectives.

Historical perspectives will help visitors understand the media landscape but The Media Majlis will largely focus on present-day and future aspects and issues of journalism and communication, featuring interactive and digital components combined with physical objects, programing, and publications.  The Media Majlis is a bilingual museum, which will be open to the general public and dedicated to providing audiences with constructivist, visitor-centered exhibitions, programs and resources in a positive, dynamic, educational and interactive environment. The museum will use extensive technology resources, actively contribute to research and the museum profession, and take a future-orientated trajectory.

The internal ethos that drives The Media Majlis, its tone and mindset can be summed up in three words: Always Another Side.  This principle allows the museum to blow open subjects by exploring different disciplines and perspectives—enriching every story to offer a 360° perspective.  The Media Majlis never assumes a story is finished, and interweaves contributions from media, specialists and academia with those of students, professionals, and visitors, representing multiplicity and inviting lesser-heard voices to speak. This is an active space that brings people together, where exhibitions and programs challenge standard narratives with audiences. As an integral and integrated learning space within the university, The Media Majlis will make accessible and engaging experiences the priority, irrespective of audience.

As a future orientated museum The Media Majlis will feel different than other institutions in the region. Exploring the interplay between local, regional, and global perspectives means that the museum challenges standard narratives. It will pull audiences out of their ‘filtered bubble’ and offer polarities of opinion, broadening audiences’ diet of information. It draws back the curtain on media by exploring lesser-known angles alongside majority views.

Exhibitions aim to introduce and facilitate exploration of topics to better equip audiences to examine the world surrounding them, and engage with it. Audiences leave empowered and with a greater understanding and ability to themselves interrogate the media around them. Each exhibition will explore a narrow but deep, multi-faceted topic, be accompanied by publications, programming, courses, and online materials, amongst other engagements.

The Media Majlis staff is a small international team, supported by, and working in collaboration with, the staff and faculty of one of the world’s highest ranked universities.

NU-Q: http://www.qatar.northwestern.edu

Position:  Registrar

The Media Majlis is looking to hire a Registrar to lead all aspects related to objects and collections. This position will plan, organize and implement all processes related to the organization of loans, exhibitions, packing and shipping, storage, insurance, legal, and risk management, for all digital and physical assets, including on- and off-site digitization and ingest, and communications with lenders.

The Registrar will lead on all aspects of the use of the museum’s CMS-DAMS (Qi by Keepthinking) and be the primary staff member for coordination and oversight of exhibition loans, including initial agreements, shipping, insurance, display, de-installation, and return, including all associated paperwork and Qi records. Other position components include: coordinate and conduct digitization of objects in appropriate formats, with associated metadata and storage; conduct all object and digital care, including incoming and outgoing Condition Reports and environmental controls; and organization of conservation if required.

The museum’s Registrar is a critical member of a small international team. Due to the place of the museum within a university, extensive production, IT, digital media, and related aspects, facilities, and staffing are already in place to support the museum’s work. The museum does not hold an accessioned collection so exhibitions may use digital and physical objects from across all collection taxonomies.

The Registrar should therefore be highly organized, solution-focused, detail orientated, and able to work productively and creatively with curators, student researchers, subject specialists and faculty, and both local and international lenders and institutions. Candidates should have an entrepreneurial outlook, be interested in exploring what exhibitions can be, and enjoy being challenged. Ideally candidates should have experience in a new institution, and have worked with digital exhibition content.

The Registrar should have some combination of museum, exhibition lending/borrowing, and digital media experience, and have experienced working outside their own culture. This position is located in Doha, Qatar, where the Registrar is required to reside, therefore knowledge and experience of Gulf culture, audiences and local museum practice is a distinct, though not required, advantage.  If unfamiliar with Gulf and regional museum research the Registrar is expected to familiarize themselves with non-western and regional practice, and local audience research and social and cultural backgrounds.

This position reports to the museum’s director with extensive collaboration with curators, and will take an active role in long-range exhibition planning, strategic outlook, budget planning and collaborative projects with faculty and other entities. The Registrar may oversea student workers and researchers, and Masters placement/internship students as required. Active participation in conferences, publications and public speaking is expected of this position, which may also include limited exhibition-related course teaching, and participation in university wide projects or committees. This position may involve frequent travel, and is open for immediate hiring.

Position requirements:

  • Masters degree (MA, MSc, MPrac.) in museum studies, curatorial studies, registarial practice, archives, or related subject; Bachelors with 4+ years museum registrarial or collections management experience will be considered.
  • Experience dealing with material (physical or digital) from the areas of media, journalism, television and broadcast, radio, film and video, communication, digital media, gaming/gamification, digital or video art, or closely related subject matter.
  • Minimum two year’s museum or archive experience with one or more areas of registration, collections management, touring exhibitions, copyright and licensing, or digital material (work in exhibition spaces or similar institutions will be considered).
  • Fluent in English, including museum terminology and practice experience, and experience writing for print or online projects.
  • Exceptional team work and time management skills, and experienced managing staff or interns.
  • High familiarity and comfort with new technology, including digitization processes, with experience of using a CMS-DAMS.
  • Proactive in independent work, with a high level of discretion and confidentiality.
  • Ability to travel.
  • Experience with living and working outside of own culture, and working internationally.
  • Active desire to take part in conferences, publications and similar.

Highly desirable:

  • Arabic fluency, or abilities in Urdu, Hindi, Tagalog, or French.
  • Experience of living and working in Qatar or other Gulf State
  • Background, experience or training in one or more areas of journalism, communication or media.

Northwestern offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package.

Application is via Northwestern’s careers website:  http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers/

Once in eRecruit, choose ‘Doha, Qatar’ from Primary Location menu on left of screen

Position listing: ‘Gallery Registrar – 31642’

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