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Assistant to the Executive Director

Hill-Stead Museum Farmington, CT
Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington CT seeks an Assistant to the Executive Director. This position provides administrative and project management support to the Executive Director and Board and manages the museum’s human resources function. The position supports the Executive Director in calendar maintenance, correspondence, internal and external meetings, donor relations, and management of special projects including monitoring museum reaccreditation process, strategic plan implementation, and identifying grant opportunities. The position assists the Executive Director in drafting and distributing staff and volunteer e-mail announcements. The position coordinates the logistics of Board and its committees’ meetings, prepares minutes and agendas, maintains the Board handbook and orientation material and plans cultivation events for prospective Board members. Human resources duties include employee file maintenance, performance review process coordination, new and terminating employee paperwork management, benefit administration, employee relations, and payroll administration (working with an outside vendor).Minimum qualifications include: Bachelor's degree in business, communications, human resources, marketing or related discipline; At least three years of management, executive assistance, or human resources experience; Proficient in Microsoft Office and Outlook; Excellent interpersonal, analytical, organizational and project management skills; Ability to handle confidential information; Detail-oriented and able to multi-task; Ability to work with minimal supervision and meet tight deadlines; Exceptional verbal and written skills; Ability to work flexible hours including some evenings and weekends. Additional preferred qualifications: Masters’ Degree; Five+ years of management, executive assistance, or human resources experience; Knowledge of Raisers’ Edge. Please submit applications which must include cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Gina Broadbent at Posted on: 11/20/2015

Executive Director

Amesbury Carriage Museum Amesbury, MA
The Amesbury Carriage Museum seeks a flexible museum professional to serve in the role of Executive Director in a part-time capacity. This position will direct policymaking, long-range planning and operations. The Executive Director will work closely with the Board of Directors to refine, develop, and implement a robust program for the Museum’s fundraising, exhibitions, collections management, educational activities, and community outreach. The Amesbury Carriage Alliance, a unique partnership of the Amesbury Carriage Museum with the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce, is in the early stages of a capital campaign to raise funds to renovate our shared building, The Amesbury Heritage Center.The director would play a critical role in stewardship of potential donors. The ideal candidate will become familiar with the history of Amesbury and be able to articulate The Heritage Center’s role as the central community meeting place for exploring history and the humanities. The director would be supported by the Board of Directors and the Amesbury Carriage Alliance. Bachelors Degree in a related field, Masters preferred. Minimum five years experience in Museums or a related cultural field. For complete job listing including required skills visit Cover letter with salary requirements and resume to Posted on: 11/19/2015

Director for Finance and Administration

Concord Museum Concord, MA, MA
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Finance and Administration is responsible for the financial management of the Concord Museum as well as related business affairs of the organization, including human resources, buildings and grounds, and the Museum Shop. The position serves as a key member of the staff senior management team. The position oversees three part-time positions: the Bookkeeper, the Manager of Buildings and Grounds, and the Shop Manager. The position works closely with the Museum’s Treasurer and is as a liaison with the Finance Committee, Investment Committee, and Technology and Physical Plant Committee of the Board of Governors. This is a full-time salaried position with benefits, including vacation and sick leave, health plan, disability insurance, and 403(b) plan. Salary is commensurate with experience. Please send a letter of interest, resume, and the names of three references to: No phone calls, please. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For further information on the Concord Museum, please visit Posted on: 11/06/2015

Executive Director

Plymouth Antiquarian Society Plymouth, MA
The Plymouth Antiquarian Society seeks a dynamic leader as its next Executive Director. The Society is Plymouth’s largest historic preservation organization with a Native American site and three historic house museums from the late 17th to the early 19th century. The Society focuses on Plymouth after the Pilgrim era, with a mission of preserving and utilizing historical resources to stimulate public engagement with the local past. Established in 1919, this member-based non-profit organization offers programs and educational activities throughout the year for members, residents, and visitors to Plymouth. The Executive Director is the sole full-time employee of the Society, responsible for all day to day operations, including financial and personnel management, and overseeing the care and maintenance of historic structures and collections. Candidates should have superior organizational skills and be capable of managing multiple properties, preservation projects, collections, educational programs, events, community engagement, fundraising, development, marketing, and media relations. She/he must have a strong understanding of Plymouth’s unique and ongoing history and be able to represent the Society effectively during the lead up to Plymouth’s 400th anniversary in 2020. Qualifications include an advanced degree in history, museum studies, or related field; some weekend and evening availability; own vehicle to transport program materials; excellent communication skills; computer and social media literacy; passion, energy, and positive work ethic. Salary in the $38-$41 K range. Starting date early 2016. Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV and references by November 30, 2015 to Executive Search Committee, c/o Rose Stearns, mail to: Posted on: 11/06/2015

Director of Research Services

New England Historic Genealogical Society Boston, MA
The incumbent of this position is responsible providing oversight and direction to NEHGS staff, volunteers, and contractors who perform genealogical research for members and other clients, assuring that the research experience and output is thorough, accurate, timely, and demonstrates a high regard for customer service. The incumbent will also supervise client billing, financial tracking, and constituent database updates; ensuring that the research process moves forward according to established schedules. Duties and Responsibilities: Respond to constituent research requests, verifying and clarify research expectations, report type (charts, travelogues, Register style, ahnentafels, family narratives, etc.), delivery timeline, and possible research outcomes. Assign requested research to staff, volunteers, and contractors according to researcher experience, expertise, and availability. Ensure research process for constituents moves forward according to established schedules. Review outgoing research case reports to ensure deliverables are well-written, thorough, accurate, and meet the established expectations of the constituent. Supervise and support client billing, financial tracking to meet budget, and constituent database updates for all research performed. Oversee training and support opportunities for Research Services staff to build, maintain, and share historical and genealogical research knowledge and experience. Perform research for clients, as time permits. Qualifications; Bachelor’s Degree or higher in History, Library Science, Museum Studies, or related subject. With a proven accuracy in genealogical and historical research, and 5+ years of professional experience. Prior experience with budget management and teams of 5 or more staff members. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite Please send Resume and Cover letter to Michelle Major, Posted on: 11/06/2015


Alden House Historic Site Duxbury, MA
The Alden Kindred of America and National Historic Landmark are seeking a dynamic, energetic and visionary person with strong professional experience in non-profit management and administration to lead us through our next exciting phase of growth and development. The ideal candidate will have an interest in history, knowledge and practice of financial management, exceptional written and speaking skills, and working knowledge of modern office technology and social media skills. The director will work collaboratively with the Board of Directors, staff, and the community. The position is part-time, 25+ hours per week, with some schedule flexibility. Responses requested by November 20. Send cover letter, resume, and three references to: Posted on: 11/02/2015


Cahoon Museum of American Art Cotuit, MA
The Cahoon Museum of American Art, located in Cotuit, MA, is seeking a Director. In its newly renovated 18th-century building, to which a new wing with upgraded gallery, educational, and retail space has just been added, the Museum houses an important collection of 19th- and 20th-century American art and a notable collection of the art of Ralph and Martha Cahoon. It mounts a series of exciting exhibits each year and offers educational programming for children and adults. Established almost 30 years ago, the Museum has a gross budget of some $350,000, a staff of 4 part-time employees (in addition to the Director), and a dedicated cadre of volunteers and docents. The Director is charged with executing the Museum’s mission and policies as set by the Board and is responsible for overseeing the Museum’s curatorial and financial affairs, with particular emphasis on managing the Museum’s collection, on fund-raising for both the operating budget and the endowment, and on promoting Museum membership and public awareness. The Museum seeks a candidate who has solid knowledge of American art and arts administration, significant experience in cultural institutions, and demonstrable skills in fund-raising. Interested persons should e-mail the Board president, Carol Wilgus Giller, at or write to the Search Committee, Cahoon Museum, P. O. Box 1853, Cotuit, MA 02635. Initial inquiries should include cover letter, resume, and references. Posted on: 10/30/2015

Administrative Assistant to the President

Strawbery Banke Museum Portsmouth, NH
Performs a broad range of administrative and human resources duties. Manages all aspects of the office. Excellent communication and computer skills required. Knowledge of nonprofit management a plus. Occasional nights and weekends required. Please send your resume to or mail to Strawbery Banke Museum, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 300, Portsmouth, NH 03802-0300. Posted on: 10/26/2015

Membership Coordinator/Administrative Assistant

Ipswich Museum Ipswich, MA
The Ipswich Museum seeks an energetic part-time Membership Coordinator/Administrative Assistant to perform a variety of office duties with responsibility focused on maintaining premiership, Annual Appeal and donor files. Past Perfect experience a plus. This position is responsible for sending acknowledgements to members and donors, tracking records, soliciting new members, and renewing memberships. Other duties involve participating in fundraising events, preparing and organizing bulk mailings, maintaining office supplies and the museum's master calendar, communicating with vendors, and general office skills. To apply, please email resume and letter of interest to Museum Director Terri Stephens at Posted on: 10/22/2015

Director of Information Technology

Mystic Seaport Mystic, CT
Responsibilities: The Director provides leadership for the Information Technology in use at the Museum. The Director must communicate effectively regarding planning, implementation, use and support of technology resources. The Director of IT oversees IT team members and external partners to ensure that the IT infrastructure, Business Applications and Databases are working efficiently and ensures that IT assets and systems are functioning smoothly for the employees of the organization. • Develop, recommend and administer information technology policies and procedures and audit system use for compliance. • Establish and evaluate information technology standards for the Museum. • Manage relationships with external support partners • Maintain, audit, and continuously improve security management for the Museum’s computer systems and networks, including software, hardware and the network infrastructure. • Accurately budget and track all Museum information technology spending. • Advise management team regarding future information technology resources. • Update and maintain a disaster recovery plan, including server backups. • Install, setup, and maintain appropriate software on servers. • Develop and maintain an accurate inventory of information technology equipment. • Coordinate and provide training to staff for hardware and software applications as necessary. Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in information systems or computer science engineering or related area from an accredited institution is required • Minimum five years’ experience in leadership role within an IT Department • Advanced computer software and hardware knowledge and skills • Demonstrated experience with IT systems and IT management at a senior level with a sequence of increasing responsibilities Please visit to apply. An EOE. Posted on: 10/21/2015

Executive Director

Antique Boat Museum Clayton, NY
The Antique Boat Museum (ABM), the largest freshwater nautical Museum in the world, requires a full time Executive Director effective June 1, 2016. Situated on the St. Lawrence River in the beautiful 1000 Islands in upstate New York, ABM has grown exponentially in the last fifteen years, and the Board of Trustees is conducting a national search to identify outstanding leaders who have demonstrated executive experience, imagination, and vision to lead the Museum through its next decade of growth. The Executive Director oversees a dynamic institution with a talented staff of 40 full-time and part-time employees, an operating budget of approximately $1.6 million, $200 thousand in annual capital projects, $23 million of assets, a 4.5 acre river campus with five recently constructed exhibit buildings and a collection of over 320 antique boats. The successful candidate should have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, demonstrated success in fund raising, building strategic partnerships, and financial management experience. She or he should have experience with an educational or cultural institution, and have an affinity for the mission of the Museum. Interviews will begin January 2016, an appointment will be made by March 15, and the appointment will commence no later than June 2016. More information about the Museum is available at Starting salary is competitive and dependent on qualifications and career accomplishments. Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume, and three letters of recommendations to Executive Director Search, Antique Boat Museum, 750 Mary Street, Clayton, NY 13624, or emailed to Posted on: 10/15/2015

Executive Director

Martha's Vineyard Museum Edgartown, MA
Martha’s Vineyard Museum Executive Director Job Posting The Martha’s Vineyard Museum seeks a experienced leader to be its next Executive Director. The Museum is in the midst of an exciting and significant transformation. It has purchased a new building in Vineyard Haven and is continuing to expand its programs, exhibitions and educational activites. The Executive Director will lead all day to day operations during this pivotal period, providing leadership organizationally, programmatically, and financially, working with the Board of Directors, staff and island communities. This person must be very familiar with the Vineyard with a strong appreciation for and understanding of the unique history, cultures, people and art of the island. Must also be an experienced project manager participating in the design and execution of the new museum. He/she must be an effective fundraiser. The new Executive Director will be required to live on Martha’s Vineyard after accepting the position. Salary commensurate with experience. Starting date: early 2016. To be considered, applicants should submit a cover letter stating qualifications, and a resume, including contact information by November 13, 2015 to MVM Search Committee, c/o Betsey Mayhew, For more details visit: Posted on: 10/08/2015

Executive Director

SEE Science Center Manchester, NH, NH
SEE Science Center is an interactive learning center established to promote the understanding, enjoyment and achievements of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Founded in 1986 by inventor Dean Kamen, SEE is located in 30,000 square feet in the Manchester Millyard, and enjoys more than 50,000 visitors annually. SEE is open 7 days a week. Each year thousands of NH children visit SEE on school field trips, take classes at the Technology and Innovation Academy, attend SEE summer camps and partake in many other programs and services. We are the home to the largest permanent LEGO display – the Millyard Project. SEE is an important educational cog in the southern NH community and has wide visibility locally and regionally. Skills/Experience: Energetic leader with a track record of achievement and 5+ years of non-profit/business senior management experience. Strong public speaking and communication skills, with the ability to maintain and build new partner and community relationships. Experienced in building/managing budgets, implementing new programs and driving an organization forward. Proven ability to develop funding sources that translates to new revenue. Experience working with the public. You will be the public face of SEE Science Center. Significant board development, marketing/branding and fiscal management experience desired. Bachelors/Masters degree preferred. Email cover letter, résumé, salary requirement, names/contact information for 3 references to: EOE. Posted on: 10/05/2015


Collections Specialis

EcoTarium Worcester, MA
The Collections Specialist is a 15-hour per week position responsible for helping to improve collection care and management at the EcoTarium, A Museum of Science & Nature. This individual would be responsible for aspects covering registration and collections management. The job would involve work in dusty conditions and would require the ability to lift and move collections objects of various sizes. The Museum’s collections house a very diverse range of materials including: natural history specimens, rocks and minerals, books and scrap books, glass lantern slides, technology, and ethnographic materials. Some specimens date back to the early years of the Museum, which was founded in 1825. The Museum’s collections include items of considerable scientific interest, beauty and historical value, as well as other items with no provenance or exhibit potential. We have not been actively adding to the collection, except for occasional exceptional items. Minimum of 5 years' related work experience, preferably in a natural history museum required. Candidate should have experience in collections care and conservation for a wide range of materials as noted above and knowledge of current best practices in museum collections management. Knowledge of PastPerfect a plus. A more detailed job description and submission requirements is available at Posted on: 11/24/2015

Curator of Collections

Old Colony History Museum Taunton, MA
The Old Colony History Museum, a growing and dynamic regional history museum, seeks a Curator of Collections to revitalize significant collections of New England decorative arts, textiles, militaria, and silver as well as an archive and library holding important manuscript and printed material relating to the genealogical and historical background of southeastern Massachusetts. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES: Be a leader in developing a new curatorial vision for the museum; enhance the collection’s accessibility to the staff, as well as visiting scholars for research and interpretation; new ideas are sought for collection storage as well as working to develop a long range plan to better meet the physical needs of the collection; initiate and organize collection displays and special exhibitions; contribute scholarly research to our newsletter, website, and outside publications; answer correspondence relating to the Collection; assist the public and visiting scholars as needed; working with the Executive Director, seek, write, and implement grants; interact with potential sponsors and assist with fundraising as appropriate; supervise and manage a team of volunteers REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in a museum or academic institution; knowledge of American history, preferably in New England and/or southeastern MA; proven experience initiating and executing exhibitions; experience in original research, proven ability to write, edit, and produce publishable work; sound knowledge of collection management, storage, and preventative conservation skills; some experience with archive and library collections preferred; experience in fundraising, grant writing, and donor relations preferred; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; M.A. (or equivalent) in Museum Studies, History, or related field required. Application Deadline: December 31st, 2015 The Curator of Collections, Old Colony History Museum, is a full-time position. Required hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Please send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to: as a Word attachment only with “Curator of Collections” in the subject line. No phone calls please. Posted on: 11/17/2015

Curator of Contemporary Art

Worcester Art Museum Worcester, MA
The Worcester Art Museum seeks an energetic, audience-minded Curator of Contemporary Art to lead a distinctive program of exhibitions, installations, and other projects throughout the museum’s campus. Guided by the Museum's global perspective, vision statement, and strategic plan, the Curator of Contemporary Art will develop a dynamic range of exhibitions, public programs, and publications, meant to increase WAM's audiences for contemporary art, create original content, and enhance support for both the contemporary program and the entire museum. The Curator of Contemporary Art will work collaboratively to create meaningful connections by integrating the contemporary collections with other departments, while developing more focused projects. Other activities will include developing collections in all media by recommending acquisitions, soliciting gifts, and cultivating other forms of support. The candidate must have experience in project planning, management, and implementation, possess strong interpersonal skills, be an excellent communicator, and be willing to work flexibly in larger teams. Because contemporary art lives within a large encyclopedic collection, the position requires a broad knowledge of art history, four or more years of curatorial experience, and knowledge of at least one foreign language (Spanish and Vietnamese are widely spoken in Worcester and therefore advantageous). Qualified applicants please send CV and cover letter to the Director of Human Resources, Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA, 01609, or email documents to Early applications are encouraged. We pledge to conduct a confidential search. The Worcester Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity. Posted on: 11/06/2015

Chief Curator (History), M-2

New York State Education Department Albany, NY
Chief Curator (History), M-2 LOCATION: Albany SALARY: $78,752* The New York State Education Department is seeking applicants for a permanent administrative and research position of Chief Curator (History), M-2 in the New York State Museum. The Chief Curator (History) will exercise statewide leadership in promoting New York history. The incumbent of this position will form partnerships with history scholars, curators and cultural institutions to increase education about, access to, and public understanding of New York history and New York’s role in the United States’ history. For full job description, minimum qualifications, application instructions and deadline, please go to: Posted on: 10/21/2015

Development and Marketing

Development Director, Friends of the Maine State Museum

Friends of the Maine State Museum Augusta, ME
The Friends of the Maine State Museum, the designated non-profit support group for the Friends of the Maine State Museum, seeks a Development Director who will have the responsibility for strengthening the Friends organization, primarily by cultivating and growing a network of active supporters. The Development Director will also assist the Maine State Museum in its fundraising and public activities, working closely with the Museum Director. The Development Director should be a strategically-oriented and energetic individual who will cultivate, through the Friends, greater regional and state-wide support for the Maine State Museum. This could include planning certain key public activities and approaches for the Friends; enhancing its membership and community appeal; aiding the museum in identifying and encouraging new donors and supporters; and assisting the Museum Director in fundraising and related community outreach. The successful candidate should be interested in museum work and public education; have an outgoing, engaging personality; and be able to connect with many different kinds of people for the benefit of the museum and its public service. BA required; MA preferred. Strong preference for three years demonstrated success in business or non-profit employment, including experience with public communications, organizational skills, organizational advocacy, fundraising, and activity planning. This is a 30 hour per week position. Additional position priorities, essential functions, and desired personal skills and aptitudes are listed in the detailed job description available by contacting To apply, please send cover letter and resume to by December 15, 2015. Posted on: 11/24/2015

Administrative Assistant to Capital Campaign Mgr

Bruce Museum Greenwich, CT
Bruce Museum ( seeks a PT staff member to support the administrative functions of the Capital Campaign, reporting to the Capital Campaign Manager. Responsibilities: Enter all donations into database & acknowledge same in a timely manner; prepare solicitation materials; maintain filing system; organize mailings; produce monthly reports; assist with appointment scheduling; prepare for and work cultivation events; conduct research; prepare for and record meeting minutes of campaign committee; other tasks, as needed. Requirements: high level of computer skills for data entry, mail merge and list management. Software: Raiser’s Edge, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Excellent attention to detail; organized, with ability to prioritize many tasks. Written and verbal skills. BA required with minimum of 2 years’ administrative experience. To apply: resume and cover letter to:; fax (203) 869-0963; mail: Campaign Assistant Ad; Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich CT 06830. No phone calls, please. Posted on: 11/19/2015

Director of Development & Communications

ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain Burlington, VT
Job Title: Director of Development & Communications Reports To: Executive Director FSLA Status: Exempt Date Last Approved: October 2015 Summary: ECHO’s mission is to educate and delight people about the Ecology, Culture, History, and Opportunity for stewardship of the Lake Champlain Basin. ECHO is a dynamic, nationally acclaimed, science center and lake aquarium committed to engaging diverse public audiences and providing experiential, relevant and lifelong educational experiences for all our guests. ECHO is the public face of the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, a waterfront campus partnership between the University of Vermont Ecosystem Lab and Vessel, Lake Champlain Sea Grant, Lake Champlain Basin Program, and the Lake Champlain Navy Memorial. ECHO employees are expected to contribute to a productive, respectful workplace by modeling humor, communication, collaboration and accountability to our colleagues, animals and guests. The Director of Development & Communications is responsible for all aspects of ECHO’s external relations, including: community relations, fund raising, capital/endowment campaigns, membership development, marketing, partnership development, and brand positioning. The position reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Board of Directors. Supervisory Responsibilities: Direct reports include the following: Marketing Manager Communications Coordinator Development Coordinator Grant Program Managers Voices for the Lake Manager Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include the Following: Work closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to implement the following activities: Yearly sponsorships, membership, annual giving Support for capital projects Build endowment Oversee the process for grant development and submission Build strategic partnerships Brand expansion Direct all communications activities. Define and manage departmental budget. Direct convening projects (Voices for the Lake, Leahy Center Environmental Summit). Participate in institutional strategic planning. Promote ECHO’s mission externally and internally. Work across departments to ensure a seamless visitor experience. Other Duties: This job description is not intended to be a complete statement of the position; it is intended merely to be a guide to the general work to be performed. Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals who lack one or more of the following to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s Degree required. Minimum five years development and fund raising experience required. Demonstrated experience running capital/endowment campaigns. Background in building strong donor relationships. Understanding of brand management and promotion. Essential Job Skills and Activities: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to engage internal and external partners. Understanding of complex development functions. Facility to create and manage complex marketing plans and programs. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment where being a creative and flexible team player is essential. Working knowledge of analytical tools and industry-specific software. Must be able to work with community leaders and the public to enthusiastically promote the mission and goals of ECHO. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. The duties of the Director of Development & Communications are performed both in, and not in, a regular office setting. The position should expect to work some weekends, holidays, and weekday after-hours. Salary: Commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits package and professional growth opportunities. Application Instructions: ECHO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes resumes from individuals who will contribute to our diversity. Send resume and letter that tells us (in 150 words or less) why you’re the most qualified fundraiser for this position. Send materials via email to: ECHO Job Search, Director of Development & Communications in the subject line. Send to: Application Deadline: Monday, November 23, 2015 Posted on: 11/10/2015

Director of Marketing and Public Relations

Concord Museum Concord, MA
The Concord Museum seeks a full-time Director of Marketing and Public Relations who is responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive and effective communications, marketing, and public relations strategy that increases the visibility of the Concord Museum locally, regionally, and nationally. S/he will promote the Museum, its role as a gateway to exploring Concord, as well as its exhibits, programs, special events, and other activities. S/he is responsible for significantly expanding audiences for the Museum and will be involved in identifying and promoting collaborative opportunities with local and regional organizations. The Director of Marketing and PR works closely with the Executive Director, key members of the Museum staff, and volunteers to achieve the Museum’s communications, marketing, and public relations goals. Qualifications include a passion for the Museum’s mission; strong strategic leadership skills; ability to create and implement an annual communications plan; experience with all types of media outlets, including demonstrated expertise with social media; a track record of collaborating and thinking creatively; superior organizational and time-management skills; outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written; high level of integrity and sound judgment; and excellent computer skills. BA required; 3-5 years of relevant marketing and public relations experience; work in non-profits and cultural organizations a plus. To apply, please send a single PDF to that includes a cover letter, resume, at least 2 professional references, and samples of your work, such as a press release and a piece of marketing collateral you have helped produce. For more information, see Posted on: 10/30/2015

Director of Marketing

Adirondack Museum Blue Mountain Lake, NY
The Museum is currently seeking an entrepreneurial marketing professional to develop, manage, and implement marketing strategies that will result in audience growth, increased visibility, and sustained philanthropic giving. The incumbent will be responsible for developing marketing strategies utilizing a combination of traditional and new media marketing techniques to promote the museum’s exhibitions, programs and events. In 2017, 19,000 square feet of dynamic new exhibitions designed by a world class team of consultants will be introduced in celebration of the Museum’s 60th anniversary. The Director of Marketing will be responsible for refreshing the institutional brand, overseeing the redesign of the website, and other initiatives to help introduce the new visitor experiences to the public. The Director of Marketing will report to the Executive Director and supervise two FT employees. S/he will be a member of the senior management team. The salary is competitive and benefits are excellent. Job Requirements Candidates must have 5-10 years experience as a marketing professional (preferably with a museum, cultural organization, or other not-for-profit organization), and a Bachelors degree in Marketing, Communications, Advertising or Public Relations. Experience developing and implementing marketing and communications plans required. Must have demonstrated knowledge and experience working with websites to reach audiences and the ability to work effectively with various forms of media. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills and strong computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook) are required. Send cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to: Posted on: 10/22/2015

Major Gifts Officer

Peabody Essex Museum Salem, MA
The Peabody Essex Museum, one of the largest and most dynamic art museums in the nation, is seeking a creative, highly talented Major Gift Officer (MGO) to join our team during our unprecedented $650 million campaign. Under the direction of the Director of Individual Giving, the successful candidate will be responsible for building and managing a portfolio of individual, major gifts prospects in a fast paced environment. The MGO is an active front-line fundraiser working closely with curators, high level volunteers, and senior Museum management to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward individual donors in support of the Museum’s ambitious operating and campaign goals. Ten years of progressive experience in philanthropy with proven track record of success in major gifts; ability to engage and motivate volunteers, donors, and prospects; knowledge of planned giving; campaign experience and experience raising funds for endowment desired. Outstanding and persuasive communication skills and the ability to travel are required. A Bachelor’s degree is also required along with a passion for conveying the world of art and our rich cultural history to diverse audiences. Send confidential applications via email to or to PEM, ATTN: Human Resources, East India Square, Salem, MA 01970. Applications must include a current resume and a cover letter detailing applicable fund-raising experience and accomplishments. PEM is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Posted on: 10/19/2015

Development Manager

Fuller Craft Museum Brockton, MA
Fuller Craft Museum is New England's home for contemporary craft. As one of only 8 craft museums in the U.S., Fuller Craft Museum is among the fastest growing, most unique institutions in the Northeast. The position of Development Manager will research, lead and manage all aspects of development functions; including private, community and foundation giving, grant processing and fundraising. We are seeking a non-profit or museum development professional with 3+ years of experience who is highly organized, has a strong work ethic and excellent writing and communication skills. This is a 30 hour per week position working closely with the Museum Director, Board of Directors and Membership Coordinator. Please send cover letter and resume to Posted on: 10/16/2015

Director of Marketing

Harriet Beecher Stowe Center Hartford, CT
The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center Director of Marketing, a senior manager reporting to the Executive Director and supervising the Communications Coordinator, leads visibility, engagement and brand activities across media platforms in support of the Center’s mission. The Stowe Center is a dynamic environment with a talented and diverse team presenting mission-driven programs inspiring social justice and positive change. Qualifications: BA, 5+ years marketing/communication experience. Demonstrated media effectiveness, strong communicator and strategic thinker, excellent writing and verbal skills, organized, web and social media literate Applicants subject to background check. Applicant review begins immediately until position filled. EOE To apply send cover letter, resume, salary history and 3 professional references to Maria Agramonte-Gomez, Business Manager, Posted on: 10/13/2015

Development Director

New England Air Museum Windsor Locks, CT
The New England Air Museum seeks an experienced development professional with a proven track record in not-for-profit fund raising. NEAM is the largest air museum in the northeast with over 100 aircraft in six hangars on 56 acres of land adjacent Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, CT. The current annual budget is 1.5M but this will grow in 2016. Approximately half of the budget is raised through development that includes private donors, corporate partners and sponsors, foundations, grants and membership. It will be the task of the development director to manage and grow the existing revenue streams as well as develop new sources of support working closely with the executive director, the staff and the board. The Museum is in the process of modernizing and expanding and the need is clear for a skilled manager to help meet our growing operational needs as well as expansion that will require a capital campaign. The Museum will consider both part-time and full-time applicants. Compensation will be competitive within the NEMA community of museums. Qualifications AA/BA/BS degree or comparable experience required Six to eight years of experience in non-profit development work including database management Highly motivated, flexible, resourceful, well-organized and detail-oriented Ability to interact effectively with donors, staff colleagues, board members, volunteers, public figures and community leaders Strong oral and written communications skills Commitment to the mission and vision of NEAM. Email resumes to Jerry Roberts, Executive Director at Posted on: 10/06/2015


Maker Lounge Assistant

Peabody Essex Museum Salem, MA
The Peabody Essex Museum's dynamic and interactive makerspace, the Maker Lounge, is seeking a creative, individual to join our team for a temporary part-time appointment (6-9 months). The successful candidate will assist PEM in maintaining the quality of guest experiences in the Maker Lounge during peak activity times. In consultation with PEM staff, the Maker Lounge Assistant will supervise and assist visitors during operating hours and manage cleanliness in the lounge, recommend relevant programs and activities and oversee and coordinate all materials, set-up, and clean-up of the space. In addition, they will contribute to the implementation of large-scale programming events including a series of adult workshops, activities for the Week of Making and other large-scale programming (ie Lunar New Year, etc) and drop-in programs. Candidates must have the ability to engage and communicate with guests, administrative experience, and organizational skills. Knowledge of the maker movement or maker culture preferred. 3D Printing and CAD experience desired. A Bachelor’s degree, or enrollment in a college or university is required. Interested candidates should send their resumes with cover letters by email to, or mail to Human Resources, Peabody Essex Museum, East India Square, Salem, MA 01970-3783. PEM is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Posted on: 11/20/2015


Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Boston , MA
The Supreme Judicial Court is seeking a part-time Director of Education and Public Programs to implement and manage programs and tours for students, teachers and the public. Seeking a creative individual with excellent communication and project management skills, and past experience in creating and managing educational and public programs. Some grant writing and website content writing. Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university and 5+ years' experience in education, public programming or public history required. Salary is $31.27 hour, 20-24 hours week. Send cover letter, resume, Application & Addendum to Blanca Tosado, Supreme Judicial Court, John Adams Courthouse, One Pemberton Square, Suite 2500, Boston, MA 02108-1750 or by email to Job description and application is available at Deadline Tuesday, December 1, 2015. Posted on: 11/11/2015

Education Director

Mariposa Museum and World Culture Center Peterborough, NH
Applications are invited for the part-time position of Education Director. Candidate will further the museum’s mission of promoting understanding across cultural boundaries, bringing multicultural perspectives into learning experiences of school aged children, college students, teachers, and seniors from NH and MA. The Education Director creates and teaches programs using our collection of artifacts, textiles, books, and art, increasing awareness of the diverse peoples of the world while also meeting curricular goals of schools and needs of libraries and senior facilities for entertaining, informative content. S/he will contribute to strategies strengthening Mariposa as a regional resource for advancing cultural competency and harnessing the power of diversity and inclusion in schools, organizations, and communities. Additional responsibilities include marketing and administering the museum’s educational programs and resources, including the Dreaming Again Immigration Teaching Trunks and the Youth Empowered through Service (YES) Program, assisting the Executive Director and other staff in developing and installing new exhibits, exploring new directions in educational programming, and helping with events such as the Geography Challenge and the annual Gala fund raiser, and the day-to-day running of the Museum. Knowledge of and passion for world cultures is vital. Overseas experience is strongly preferred. An interest in and ability to take a systems-oriented approach to impacting how young people in New England are educated about culture and global citizenship is also essential. For more information, visit or send cover letter and resume by Nov. 30 to: Posted on: 11/11/2015

Exhibition Interpreter

Peabody Essex Museum Salem, MA
Peabody Essex Museum seeks outgoing individuals to assume a critical role in the entry experience for the exhibition, Alchemy of Soul: Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons. The successful candidate enjoys engaging with museum audiences, has experience in guest services or theater performance, is bilingual, and has familiarity and/or interest in Cuban art and culture. Interpreters will be an integral part of the exhibition working closely with Guest Services, Education, and Facilities and play a key role in providing welcoming audience experiences by transporting guests both physically and emotionally into an abstracted environment. Successful candidates are also comfortable with improvisation, storytelling, and speaking with audiences and have excellent conversation skills and the ability to manage crowds and queues. Bilingual preferred and/or the ability to understand and make oneself understood to all Spanish speaking audiences. Prior experience in theater, education, and customer service preferred. Knowledge and interest in Cuban art and culture preferred. Candidates are required to operate and ride a freight elevator, have full range mobility and the ability to lift 50-90 lbs. and be comfortable working in a confined space. 21 hours per week Tues. through Sun. with weekend, late evening, holiday and special programming hours required. The exhibition runs from January 6 – April 2, 2016 with 1-2 training days required in December 2015. Email cover letter and resume to: or mail to Human Resources, Peabody Essex Museum, East India Square, Salem, MA 01970-3783. PEM is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Posted on: 11/06/2015

Associate Dean, Learning & Research

University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, IA
Associate Dean, Learning and Research Rod Library The University of Northern Iowa’s Rod Library seeks a collaborative, visionary individual to serve as its new Associate Dean, Learning and Research. The person in this position will provide leadership and strategic direction for the library’s Learning and Research Division, which includes information literacy instruction, outreach, reference, the library’s liaison program, the Learning Commons, as well as the library’s unique resource collections: Fine and Performing Arts, UNI Museum, Special Collections and University Archives and Youth. For qualifications, as well as application information, please visit Pre-employment background checks are required. Applications received by November 30, 2015, will be given full consideration. UNI actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from persons of color, women, individuals living with disabilities, and protected veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law. UNI is a smoke-free campus. Posted on: 11/06/2015

Museum Educator

Ipswich Museum Ipswich, MA
The Ipswich Museum seeks a highly motivated part-time Museum Educator for its school and adult programs. This person works with the Museum’s education committee to further school relationships. This position requires flexibility and experience working with both children and adults. Other duties associated with this position include being the staff coordinator to the Dow Arts Program which offers after school art classes to children and adults, updating the web site and Facebook page, weekly e-blast, help with tour guide training, museum gift shop inventory, and assisting with fund-raising events as needed. Position requires a BA in History (Masters preferred) and a willingness to work as a team with the Museum’s Curator, Membership Coordinator and Director. To apply, please send resume and letter of interest to Museum Director Terri Stephens at Posted on: 10/22/2015

Museum Programs Associate - NEW (part-time)

Lippitt House Museum, a Preserve Rhode Island Property Providence, RI
Preserve Rhode Island’s Lippitt House Museum is seeking an energetic and experienced individual to fulfill the new Museum Programs Associate position. The Programs Associate (part-time) will develop a program to recruit, train, and supervise a volunteer docent staff, and be involved in all aspects of public program development, execution and evaluation. The successful candidate will bring a commitment to executing creative public programs with an entrepreneurial spirit. DUTIES: Supervise and manage tour operations (May – October) and other public programs. Develop program to recruit, train, and supervise volunteer docent staff. Work with Director to research, develop, and present new programming for all ages and diverse interests. Work with Director on fundraising to support public programs. Oversee site operations including visitor services, tour scheduling and logistics, visitor data collection, and routine housekeeping. Assist with special events and facility rentals. Think creatively and demonstrate flexibility as part of a small staff with finite resources but great potential to create community-centered programming. QUALIFICATIONS: BA in history, public history, museum studies, museum education, historic preservation, or similar fields required. MA preferred. Experience supervising staff or volunteers in historic sites and/or museums preferred. Candidates must have experience in informal and/or formal teaching. Must have strong oral and written communication skills, and able to synthesize information into clear, effective presentations. Some lifting and manual labor required. Routine weekend and evening work required. Email cover letter and resume to “Museum Programs Associate” in subject line. Application deadline November 20, 2015. No phone calls, please. Posted on: 10/20/2015

Director of Apprentices and Interns

New Bedford Whaling Museum New Bedford, MA, MA
The New Bedford Whaling Museum seeks an ambitious, creative and enthusiastic educator to join the staff in a full-time position as Director of Apprentices and Interns. Reporting to the Curator of Education, and working as a member of the Museum’s Education Team, the Director of Apprentices and Interns will have 4 primary areas of responsibility including: 1) recruitment for the Museum’s High School Apprenticeship and Internship Programs 2) design and implementation of the High School Apprenticeship Program curricula 3) coordination of all on-campus internships and fellowships 4) fulfillment of deliverables for associated grants. The candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree with significant experience in K-12 education, museum education and/ or social services. This position requires excellent oral and written communication skills as well as strong organizational skills. An energetic and collaborative leadership style that encourages broad community engagement and experience in working with high school students are critical. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Sarah Rose, Curator of Education, at For the full job description, please visit .The employer is committed to equal employment opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, age or disability. In addition, the employer is committed to improving employment opportunities for and utilization of people who may have been denied equal opportunity in society at large. The employer encourages application from people of color. Posted on: 10/14/2015


Exhibits Carpenter/Fabricator

Mystic Seaport Mystic, CT
Purpose of Position: To produce and manage exhibit fabrication, maintain and repair existing exhibit elements, and care for the fabrication shop Responsibilities: • Fabricate, paint, and install exhibit cases, barriers, panels, pedestals, mounts, partitions, etc. • Assist in planning exhibit projects to estimate time, labor, materials, techniques, etc. • Purchase materials and maintain inventory control • Maintain the exhibit production facility including hand and power tools and safety equipment • Assist in solving exhibits design and production problems • Perform exhibit repairs and maintenance on a regular basis • Assist in other areas of exhibit production as needed Qualifications: • 5 years of carpentry experience • Working knowledge or, or willingness to learn exhibit fabrication techniques • Ability to work with plexiglass, formica, plastics, metal, etc. in the fabrication and production of exhibits • Skill in framing and finish construction and plywood cabinet construction • Ability to read and follow plans • Ability to perform heavy work • Willingness to follow curatorial procedures for object care and handling • Willingness to help with the many “odd jobs” involved in exhibit production Physical/Mental Requirements and Environmental Conditions • Work environment is a wood shop that can be dusty, drafty, and noisy • Ability to lift 50 pounds required as heavy lifting is often required during exhibit installation • Must be able to access all exhibits and program areas This is a regular, part-time position with 28 hours per week. To Apply: Please submit a Mystic Seaport application, resume, and cover letter to OR to Mystic Seaport PO Box 6000 Mystic, Posted on: 10/29/2015


Facilities Director

EcoTarium Worcester, MA
The EcoTarium, a museum of science and nature, seeks a Facilities Director to manage and oversee operations, maintenance, administration, and improvement of the museum’s several properties in Worcester County. Supervising a Facilities Support team and working with staff of other EcoTarium Departments, the Facilities Director will ensure that buildings, grounds, attractions and infrastructure meet the needs of guests and help fulfill the mission, strategy and goals of the organization. The position requires a Minimum of 8-10 years of relevant experience and strong knowledge of engineering and architectural drawings and specifications. The successful candidate must be familiar with industry standard AIA and AGC contracts and documents, and with basic building code and life safety regulations. Previous experience in the museum, zoo, and not-for-profit sectors is a plus. A more detailed job description and submission instructions can be found at Posted on: 11/24/2015

Museum Store

Sales Associates

Peabody Essex Museum Salem, MA
The Peabody Essex Museum is seeking part-time Sales Associates to provide excellent customer service and knowledgeable sales assistance in the award winning Museum Shop. Candidates must enjoy working with the public, function well as part of a team, and be capable of working in a dynamic environment. Ideal candidates must have retail sales and point of sale computer experience. Schedule is flexible but some weekend and night hours are required. Interested candidates should send their resumes with cover letters by email to, or mail to Human Resources, Peabody Essex Museum, East India Square, Salem, MA 01970-3783. PEM is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Posted on: 10/23/2015

Museum Store Manager

MIT Museum Cambridge, MA
POSITION OVERVIEW: Responsible for overall management, operation and performance of the MIT Museum Store, including online store. Includes buying, merchandising, sales and inventory management; driving profitability and achieving annual sales goals; financial oversight including preparing and managing annual budget, reporting and tracking store expenses and daily sales, review and analysis of revenue data and trends, and adherence to MIT procurement and financial guidelines and systems; training, supervising and developing staff. For the online store, oversees all operations including website content, marketing, search engine optimization, order fulfillment and customer service. With Museum staff, participate in the development of long-range strategic plans; and responsible for all aspects of planning the store for the new MIT Museum in Kendall Square, opening ca. 2019. Reports to associate director; supervises full-time assistant and part-time financial assistant. Complete job description available on MIT Museum website ( REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 3 years retail sales management experience including buying, marketing, merchandising and in-store and online sales; demonstrated ability to meet annual sales goals; knowledge of and experience with point-of-sale/inventory systems, and MS Office; understanding of budget process and forecasting; proven ability in financial planning, analysis and accountability, and in personnel management and development; excellent skills in written/oral communications, customer service, collaboration and team work, time management, multi-tasking. PREFERRED: Familiarity with museum and science and technology fields an advantage. TO APPLY: Applicants must apply online at MIT Human Resources website, job #12760. Posted on: 10/09/2015


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Visitor Services

Visitor Experience & Logistics Manager at the John Brown House Museum

Rhode Island Historical Society Providence, RI
Department: Newell D. Goff Center for Education and Public Programs; Reports To: Director of Goff Center FLSA Status: Full-time Salaried 37.5 hrs/week. The Rhode Island Historical Society in Providence, RI, seeks an energetic, team-oriented candidate for the Visitor Experience and Logistics Manager position at the John Brown House Museum. The Manager will oversee the daily operations and logistics of the John Brown House Museum, the premier 18th-century historic house museum in Rhode Island. He or she will work to increase attendance and maintain a high-quality visitor experience at the Museum. The Manager will foster a strong sense of community with the Museum as its hub. Fulfilling the key role of facilitator at the Museum, the Manager will balance the needs of staff from different departments of the RIHS, visitors from diverse populations, and a cohort of Museum docents and interns. He or she will create an atmosphere in the Museum that is welcoming and inspiring to all visitors, and conducive to learning about Rhode Island’s vibrant, complicated past. For full details, please visit: To apply: Please send a cover letter, resume or CV, and contact information for three references to: with “JBH Manager” in the subject line by Friday, December 4, 2015. Posted on: 11/16/2015

Visitor Services Coordinator

Newport Historical Society Newport, RI
The Visitor Services Coordinator assists with the supervision and training of the visitor services staff, volunteers and interns; assists with the management of visitor services operations; provides support to Newport Historical Society programming especially customer service, group tours, school tours and events. In addition this position offers retail and marketing support. This position operates from the Museum of Newport History at the Brick Market. For more information visit: To apply email cover letter and resume to Ingrid Peters, Posted on: 11/13/2015

Museum Technician I

Maine State Museum Augusta, ME
The Maine State Museum has two 20-hour a week Museum Technician I positions in the Education Division. The Maine State Museum is open five days a week (Tue-Sat). These positions would be required to work some Saturdays. The Museum Technician I position primarily provides visitor services at the Museum Admission Desk, as well as within the exhibit galleries, by providing basic information about the exhibits on display, assisting with exhibit and visitor safety, and helping with exhibit maintenance. This position also helps maintain visitation data and should be well-versed, and at ease with current computer applications. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work as part of a team, adapt to changing situations, and work well under pressure. Work is performed under general supervision. Two (2) years education and/or experience in appropriate museum specialty. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in visitor services within a cultural, library, or community center organization. Related work experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.Please submit a cover letter, resume’ and Direct Hire Application. This job posting and a Direct Hire application can be found on our website: click the direct hire link. Applications must be received or postmarked by: Friday, September 25, 2015. Posted on: 12/31/1969

Volunteer Services

No Volunteer Services positions are currently available.


Community Preservation Manager, Western New England

Historic New England Middlebury, VT
Two year position represents Historic New England in Western New England, with focus on Vermont and Western Massachusetts. Works to share Historic New England’s vision, strategies, goals, and methods with partner organizations and donors and supporters. Serves as liaison to the Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History under a formal alliance established for 9/2015-9/2017. Coordinates between Henry Sheldon Museum and Historic New England to implement alliance programs. Cultivates prospects for our easement program. Monitors preservation needs at Merwin House in Stockbridge, MA. Identifies and implements community engagement partnership opportunities. Identifies potential donors, members, and funding sources and conveys information to development team. Bachelor's degree in Historic Preservation, Museum Studies, or Architectural History and 7 years of job-related experience. Master’s degree preferred. Requires advanced computer skills and digital photography experience. Must operate effectively in a team environment, where communication within and among teams is essential, and where information and projects come from various directions and must be managed in accordance with established priorities and strategic objectives. Ability to communicate orally, by video-conferencing and other electronic means, and in writing is essential. Ability to maintain communication with many teams and colleagues over considerable distance is essential. Exceptional customer service skills and experience working with a diverse public to build community partnerships. Ability to serve as an institutional spokesperson. Based in Vermont and will spend time in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Requires travel to various Historic New England facilities and throughout New England. Requires driver’s license and automobile. Send cover letter and resume to Posted on: 11/18/2015

Rare Visual Materials Catalog Librarian

Boston Athenaeum Boston, MA
The Boston Athenæum seeks a Rare Visual Materials Catalog Librarian reporting to the Head of Technical Services in consultation with the Curator of Prints & Photographs for matters pertaining to work prioritization and curatorial expertise.• Provide access to the Athenæum's rare visual materials in the collections of the Athenæum’s Prints & Photographs Department • Perform full descriptive MARC 21 original and complex copy cataloging of bibliographic records in OCLC Connexion following DCRM(G) standards and local practice for visual materials and import them into the Library’s Voyager integrated library system • Establish and/or revise authorized access points in the LC Name Authority File by creating or editing authority records according to NACO/RDA standards • QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS • Master of Library Science from an ALA-accredited school • Background in art history and/or American studies desirable • Formal training in rare visual materials cataloging required • Three to five years recent experience performing original, complex cataloging of visual materials using DCRM(G) and GHIC on OCLC required • Experience with integrated library systems required; Voyager preferable • Working knowledge of MARC21 coding, LC-PCC PS, OCLC bibliographic standards, Catalogers Desktop, and GMGPC required • • To apply: Please submit Cover Letter, Resume, and three professional references to FOR A DETAILED JOB DESCRIPTION PLEASE VISIT Posted on: 11/12/2015

Assistant Editor and Rights Coordinator, Publications Department

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Williamstown, MA
Assist Publications Department and institute staff by editing a range of texts, securing images and their usage rights, and coordinating production of publications—principally for exhibition-related materials and periodically for book projects. Two years of progressively responsible editorial work experience and a Bachelor’s degree in a related field are required (or an equivalent combination of experience and education). This position requires exceptional communication and organizational skills, including: clear writing, effective editing, astute listening, collegial interpersonal communication, and keeping track of multiple fast-paced projects. Familiarity with the Chicago Manual of Style and strong interests in museum publishing and art history (specifically the collecting areas of the Clark) are helpful. Salary is commensurate with experience. For more information please refer to: Individuals interested in applying should submit a cover letter, salary requirements, resume, and the names of three references via email to The Clark is an equal opportunity employer. Posted on: 11/10/2015

Director of Common Spaces

Harvard University Cambridge, MA
Position Summary: The Director of Common Spaces will develop and implement a new, innovative program vision and plan, which strives to provide opportunities in locations across the University to draw people together for work or pleasure in spontaneous and informal ways. The Director will create a vision and annual program plan in conjunction with constituencies served by Common Spaces, and coordinated within Harvard to compliment other efforts that support student life and strengthen the University community. The Director will manage an administrative and program staff who will grow the Common Spaces program into an important and recognized contributor to the cultural life of Harvard. The Director will engage university administration, governance, constituent groups, and the public to develop, execute and monitor programming that serves Common Spaces goals and the University. The Director and the Common Spaces team will develop new ways to connect with audiences and make Common Spaces programming known and available. New and engaging web content, clever and informative calendars and scheduling apps, and a Common Spaces digital identity are ways to connect with the Harvard community, and improve and expand program delivery. Basic Requirements: Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 10 years program planning and development experience in a University environment or non-profit environment. Must possess deep knowledge of complex governance structures. Must have demonstrated success in developing project plans, and the ability to articulate an actionable strategic vision. EEO. Apply Here: Posted on: 10/23/2015