MAAM Job Board
All MAAM members can post a position at no charge for 30 days. Non-members will be charged a rate of $50 for a 30 day posting.
As of August 1, 2018, all postings must include the following in accordance with administrative best practices: description of the position and organization, numerical salary or salary range.
Executive Director, Connecticut River Museum
Connecticut River Museum (CRM) seeks an innovative leader for its expanded mission and nearly completed capital campaign. The new Executive Director will raise CRM’s profile and dramatically increase its reach and impact. The AAM-accredited museum, founded in 1974 to interpret maritime history, now includes river ecology. Located in Essex, CT, a scenic, affluent town near urban areas, universities, and cultural attractions. CRM’s exhibitions, programs and special events serve 27,000 people annually. The $1 million budget has been balanced for four years. Responsibilities: work with board members to raise capital gifts and ensure completion of the campaign; initiate new strategic planning; work with staff to furnish new collections storage, develop a three-year exhibition plan, develop interpretation in a new discovery center, and build sustainable operation of the expanded museum. Qualifications: Master’s degree in museum studies, public history, nonprofit management, or equivalent education and experience; 5+ years leading a museum or environmental/conservation organization or a large department; strong people skills and community engagement; interdisciplinary interests; successful fundraising; self-motivation. Details: https://museum-search.com/open-searches/. Apply: Email cover letter, résumé, salary requirement, and 3 references with contact information by March 4, 2019 to Scott Stevens, Senior Search Consultant, Museum Search & Reference/Marilyn Hoffman, SearchandRef@museum-search.com. EOE
Exhibition Content Developer, NYSCI
Salary: 60K-70K, commensurate with education, skills and experience, including an excellent NYSCI benefits package.
We are seeking a creative exhibit content developer interested in empowering visitors of all ages to recognize and develop their agency in the world through STEM education. This developer will be part of a cross-departmental team that will refresh and rebuild NYSCI’s current exhibits offerings and develop at least two entirely new exhibitions over the next several years. This work is a central part of a capital campaign that NYSCI is embarking upon over the next five years.
The Exhibition Content Developer will work with colleagues on the creative exhibits team and experts from other departments to develop and implement a conceptual framework and goals for exhibitions. They will participate in and contribute to an open and inclusive exhibition process that is both highly aspirational in its goals and committed to operational excellence.
You can download the full position description here: Job Description Content Developer
Exhibition Project Manager, NYSCI
Salary: 60-65K, commensurate with education, skills and experience, including an excellent NYSCI benefits package.
NYSCI’s Research, Exhibits, and Programs (REP) department includes almost 50 informal STEM educators, researchers, and exhibit, program and curriculum designers and developers. We embrace and benefit from the professional and personal diversity of our team’s expertise, perspectives, and experiences. The group works in a variety of configurations to develop and implement creative, participatory learning experiences that awaken the curiosity of children, families, and teachers. The REP department team aspires to be a learning community that values openness, curiosity, and an entrepreneurial spirit. We strive to create an informed environment through internal communications and participation in external networks of partners and collaborators.
We are seeking an Exhibition Project Manager who will provide organization and oversight to the development of new and refurbishment of existing exhibits from initial concept design through project completion. They will coordinate and manage technical design, AV integration, graphic production, fabrication, and installation. This manager will be part of a cross-departmental team that will refresh and rebuild NYSCI’s current exhibits offerings and develop entirely new exhibitions over the next several years. This work is a central part of a capital campaign that NYSCI is embarking upon over the next five years.
You can download the full position description here: Job Description Exhibits Project Mgr
Historic Assets Manager, City of Roswell
Salary: $56,660 – $73,658. Opportunities for salary growth with successful performance
The Historic Assets Manager is responsible for bringing to life the history of Roswell throughout Department and City operations. Through the management of three historic house museums and one historic special event facility, the Historic Assets Manager will infuse the rich history of our community into our everyday lives. This position will be responsible for interpreting history, educating the community and celebrating Roswell’s heritage through the operation of our historic facilities. This position manages a group of highly qualified staff and volunteers who make the City of Roswell a destination for tourism, historic education, and community celebration. As a member of the Department’s management team, the Historic Assets Manager will be responsible for overseeing interpretive programs, events, historic home management (including preservation and restoration) and creating new programs and events celebrating the unique history of the City of Roswell.
To apply for a position and review the job description in its entirety, please visit our Employment Opportunities Page located on the City of Roswell website at www.roswellgov.com. A resume is required as a supplement to a completed job application. If you are unable to apply online, please download an application at www.roswellgov.com, complete it and either mail to: City of Roswell, Human Resources Division, 38 Hill Street, Suite G-60, Roswell, GA 30075; fax it to: 770-594-6446; or email it to: email@example.com.
For more information, please click here: HR-Historic Assest Manager Brochure-Rev-1-15-19