Museum Attendant Guard

Under direction from the Vice President of Facilities and Security Operations, provide safety and security services for NYSCI by implementing security practices and procedures related to the safety and protection of exhibits, facilities, staff and visitors.Principal Responsibilities: Is responsible for the protection of exhibits and/or exhibit displays and mountings from loss or damage due to theft, vandalism, fire, etc., and


Development Officer, Museum Council

The Development Officer, Museum Council, reporting to the Director, Annual Programs, oversees the Museum Council Program, and is an integral member of the Annual Programs team. The Museum Council is the MFA’s young supporters group for members ages 21-49. The Development Officer directs all aspects of the Museum Council Program; soliciting memberships, overseeing the Council event program including the annual


Part-Time Museum Educator

Part-Time Museum Educator Museum Educator The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) presents the living history, heritage, culture and diverse experiences of Chinese Americans through exhibitions, education and public programs. MOCA’s Education Department serves over 10,000 children and adults each year through guided tours, teacher workshops, family programs, and afterschool and outreach activities. MOCA is looking for a part time


Museum Store Supervisor – Seasonal (PT)

JOB TITLE: Museum Store Supervisor – Seasonal (Part-Time)DEPARTMENT: Museum StoreREPORTS TO: Director of Merchandise Operations The NYHistory Store at the New-York Historical Society is seeking a temporary, part-time Supervisor for our Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition shop.  In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the U.S. publication of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, New-York Historical


Museum Assistant

Overview The primary roll of this position is to support the Security Department by helping protect The Phillips Collection’s artwork from being touched, damaged, destroyed or stolen. The incumbent will also assist and serve the visiting public as they view the exhibitions. Monitor the permanent collection and special exhibition galleries. Perform essential duties as outlined in museum assistant manual. Ensure


Gift Officer (Corporate), National Air and Space Museum / Grade: 13 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: September 24

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan and expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers. Following a successful national campaign, the Smithsonian has built a model fundraising organization, one that will meet the growing needs of this unique organization


PER DIEM PRESCHOOL MUSEUM EDUCATOR

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 14, 2018 SCHEDULE: Mornings and occasional early afternoons, Tuesday through Friday in October 2018 through January 2019. Complete tour schedule provided upon request. COMPENSATION: $25 per tour, approximately 45 maximum available tours. DEPARTMENT: Education and Engagement MOCA AND ITS WORKFORCE As the region’s only contemporary art museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland leads the way in


Museum Attendant Guard (temporary)—Security

Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent G.E.D. certificate, or Two years of satisfactory, full-time paid experience in custodial, protection, and museum attendant or related work, which includes the responsibility for meeting, advising, and directing the public Must comply with the Security Guard Act of 1992 Responsibilities: Under supervision, the Museum Attendant Guard: Attends to and performs various cleaning and mopping


Senior Museum Instructor/Teacher Services Coordinator—Education

As part of our Education Division, the Senior Museum Instructor utilizes the Museum’s educational programs and resources to help K–12 teachers integrate art-making and object-based learning into curricula and professional development. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in art, education, or a related field; Master’s degree preferred Thoughtful practitioner with innovative and experimental ideas about art-making and museum education Minimum of one year’s


Part-time Museum Educator

The Museum seeks well-spoken and outgoing individuals with excellent customer service skills, who enjoy working with all ages, to join its Education department. Museum Educators work between 8-20 hours per week from Wednesday to Sunday, mornings and afternoons. Hours are flexible, and may vary from week to week. This is a non-exempt position. Candidates will be contacted on a rolling