Museum Shop Sales/Admissions Assistants and Coatroom Attendants

The Frick Collection is an art museum consisting of over 1,100 works of art from the thirteenth to nineteenth century, displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. It is one of the world’s most perfect museums.

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

PT Museum Tour Guide

We are seeking a creative, organized, energetic and well-spoken individual who, as a Museum Tour Guide will deliver educational programming centering on the Museum’s unique collections and historic site. This position reports to Senior Manager of Public Tours and Talks. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Delivers and leads Public Tour and Talk programming as required by the daily

Senior Advancement Program Specialist (Major Gifts), National Museum of African American History and Culture / Grade: 13 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: March 16

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the newest museum in the Smithsonian family, implements a new strategic plan, expands its programming, educational, and scholarly activity, and continues its first comprehensive fundraising campaign. This museum is building a model fundraising infrastructure, one that

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

MIT Museum Educator

The MIT Museum seeks an Educator to deliver on-site education programs in science, technology, and engineering. The Museum Educator will be familiar with federal and state curriculum standards, have excellent classroom management skills and enthusiastic about engaging with middle and high school students, adults, and general Museum visitors. S/he will be enthusiastic about learning about the MIT Museum Collections and

Museum Teacher: Summer Camp

Education Department The Museum Teacher for Summer Camp is responsible for learning, teaching, and developing curriculum for the Museum’s summer camp programs. The position is responsible for the safety, care, and well being of each camper group both on and off the Museum property. The Museum Teacher should have a Bachelor’s degree or higher, preferably in education, museum studies or

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

Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager, National Museum of African American History and Culture / Grade: 13 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: March 16

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and completes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign. Through this national campaign, the Smithsonian is building a model fundraising organization, one that will meet

Monmouth Museum Docent (WonderWing & Becker Children’s Wing)

Job Description: A Monmouth Museum Docent supports the Museum’s Mission to present exhibitions in Art, History & Science and to educate and entertain while providing a destination for creative expression and life-long learning. Docents help us achieve our goal by engaging with Museum guests in a way that is positive, respectful and creative. The ideal candidate will have experience working