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
Communications Coordinator, The Museum of Early Trades & Craft
Salary: $29,000-$31,000 Annually
The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts (METC) is a New Jersey history museum located in Madison NJ. We are currently seeking a Communications Coordinator to join the professional team at METC. This person will work closely with staff to facilitate all communication, marketing and press initiatives for the museum and for ensuring that METC’s brand is presented consistently and effectively. The candidate must have proven experience using a variety of social media platforms to promote current activities, events or an organization. This is a full time position and includes a benefits package. METC is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. Full job posting Communications Coordinator. Qualified candidates only may apply to firstname.lastname@example.org with Communications Coordinator in the subject.
President, The Museum Trustee Association
Salary: $120,000-$130,000 annually
The Museum Trustee Association seeks a dynamic and experienced President to direct the organization’s efforts developing best practices for museum trustees. The President must advance the Association’s position as the leading resource for museum board members. Core responsibilities include building the Association’s vision and strategy, developing high-impact initiatives that provide expertise in museum governance, and promoting the value of membership. To achieve these goals, the President will cultivate participation among individuals and institutions to broaden the Association’s professional network and collaborative partnerships. To learn more about the Museum Trustee Association, visit www.museumtrustee.org.
Start date: Spring 2019
Procedure for Application: Bill Appleton is the MCA consultant leading this search. To be considered for this position, you must submit pertinent information and attach a current résumé, a one-page narrative describing interest and experience, and three professional references utilizing our online application system. Once all your materials have been submitted online, you will receive a confirmation of your submission via the email address you have provided in the application. For a full job description and to apply, visit https://mcaonline.com/searches/president-museum-trustee-association
The Museum Trustee Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Fallingwater Institute Program Manager, Fallingwater
Mill Run, PA
Salary: $41,359 – $50,000
Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterwork, has a full time opening for a Fallingwater Institute Program Manager. This newly created position will oversee the Fallingwater Institute Program, supervising and assisting residency instructors, and will directly supervise a Lead Educator. Responsibilities include handling the application and admissions processes, managing studio spaces and materials, tracking expenditures and monitoring budget, handling correspondence to students, teachers and group leaders, and observing and evaluating Fallingwater Institute programs. Will lead guided hour tours of Fallingwater, as needed. This position reports to the Curator of Education and is located in Mill Run, PA.
Required qualifications include an undergraduate degree, preferably in museum education, art/design education, studio art/architecture/design, art or architecture history, or a closely related field of study and/or at least 7 or more years of professional experience working in museum education. 3-5 years of demonstrated ability to communicate, motivate, lead and relate effectively to a wide variety of individuals. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills and reflect a positive, professional demeanor in a variety of situations. Prior supervisory experience is strongly preferred. Must be flexible with schedule and be available to work days, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed.
This is a full time position offering a competitive salary and fringe benefits package and the chance to work on educational programs for an architectural masterpiece. Interested candidates should send a letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com and list FW Institute in the subject line of the email.
Curator, Cumberland County Historical Society
Salary: $30,000-$40,000 with Primary Health Care, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance offered.
Supervising a part-time Assistant Curator and part-time Collections Manager,
the Curator is responsible for all CCHS exhibits, exhibit outreach, museum-related development
and fundraising, museum management and direct oversight of the Society’s 10,000+ objects and
artifacts. The position takes the lead role on the strategic direction of the museum, including;
planned capital campaign collaboration with the Executive Director and Development
Committee, leading the Society through AAM’ accreditation process, and enhanced community
accessibility to the museum using participatory models known in the industry. The Curator
serves on Museum Committee and other committees as appointed by the Executive Director.
The Curator is responsible to the Executive Director with all the rights, responsibilities and
benefits as described in the Personnel Policy Manual.
For additional information and the full job posting please visit: https://www.historicalsociety.com/who-we-are/work-with-cchs/ or click here: http://midatlanticmuseums.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Job-Description-Museum-Curator.pdf