MAAM Job Board

Any current, active MAAM member can post a position at no charge for 30 days. This includes all membership level. Non-members will be charged a rate of $50 for a 30 day posting. All postings must include the following in accordance with administrative best practices: job title, location, description of the position, and numerical salary or salary range.
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Advancement Program Officer, Mystic Museum of Art

Mystic, CT

Compensation: $60,000 to $75,000.

Duties and Responsibilities
Articulate vision for MMoA constituents (members, donors, prospects, Board members). Provide leadership in integrating fundraising and marketing functions in a coherent program to create, promote, and support a culture of philanthropy for MMoA donor base.
  • Provide oversight for and contribute to the development of marketing and social media strategies.
    • Ensure consistent high-quality communications (written, verbal, and visual), adapted to target audiences.
    • Identify and cultivate individuals to expand MMoA’s constituent base.
  • Annual fundraising plan will include
    • Membership: increase number and level of membership gifts.
    • Annual fund: build unrestricted operating support.
      • Increase unrestricted operating funds.
      • Increase individual prospect and donor base.
      • Apply to state agencies (CT Humanities and CT Office of the Arts)
    • Special project support
      • develop resources for special exhibitions and other projects.
      • Sponsorships and special fundraising events.
    • With Executive Director and Advancement Committee, design and implement major gifts and planned giving programs.
  • Work with Director of Visitor Services and Director of Finance to reconcile gift and grant data, provide reports as needed for staff and Board.
  • Continue to develop professional skills and understanding of philanthropy and museum management and their best practices.

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Director of Academic Programs, Historic Deerfield

Deerfield, MA

Compensation: $55,000-$65,000.

Historic Deerfield in Deerfield, Massachusetts, seeks a dynamic, collaborative scholar/teacher to serve as its next Director of Academic Programs. The Director of Academic Programs functions as Historic Deerfield’s public historian and is responsible for the development and implementation of a robust series of annual programs for the general public and academic audiences, field-based education at the college and graduate levels, and shared curation of the museum’s research plan. The Director of Academic Programs utilizes HD’s museum and library collections, architecture, and landscape to develop programs in American history and material culture with a focus on Deerfield and the Connecticut River Valley. The Director of Academic Programs actively participates in the life of the museum, pursues research, and develops collegial relationships with college faculty, including fostering HD’s affiliation with Five Colleges, Inc., and museum staff at other institutions. Teaching duties include an annual undergraduate seminar in New England material culture through Smith College (with an appointment as Lecturer in American Studies) and directing HD’s Summer Fellowship Program in American History and Material Culture for college juniors and seniors. In all this work, Deerfield’s unparalleled primary documentary collections in agricultural, craft, economic, family, and educational histories will be a crucial resource. For more information, click here.

Chief Executive Officer, The Revs Institute

Naples FL

Compensation: $395,000 – $400,000.

Revs Institute is seeking an accomplished and visionary leader with a global perspective to become its Chief Executive Officer. Salary range is $395,000 – $450,000 commensurate with experience, plus an attractive benefits package. Revs consists of six operating centers including the museum, which displays 130 of the world’s most historically-significant automobiles, the library and archive with more than 1.5 million items, a state-of-the-art automobile conservation facility, publishing imprint, education program, and biennial symposium. The CEO’s background will include proven effectiveness as a senior executive in nonprofit, mission-driven organizations. The organization has an operating budget of $6.7 million, $80 million endowment, employs 29 staff and has more than 120 active volunteers.
EA/EO. Submit application by July 10, 2023 to: Dan Yaeger, Senior Search Consultant, Museum Search & Reference, For details, visit: Applicants are encouraged to apply early as candidates will be considered on a rolling basis. Nominations welcome.

Executive Director, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

Gaithersburg, MD

Compensation: $200,000 – $225,000.  The organization offers a generous benefits package. Note that the final salary will reflect internal equity and the selected candidate’s individual experiences and qualifications.

The Opportunity
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art seeks a creative, entrepreneurial, and passionate Executive Director to carry forward its mission for the next decade and beyond. A unique institution, The Carle is a multifaceted museum which celebrates book illustration as an art form, highlighting the work of its co-founder Eric Carle and hundreds of other influential picture book illustrators, from the nineteenth century to the present. At the same time, the Museum has been a dedicated champion for children’s literacy, advocating for the vital role picture books play in cultivating creativity and artistic expression, and sparking readers’ interest in the world around them. Picture book art is for children, adults, individuals, families—humans.


About The Carle

Founded in 2002 by the late Eric and Barbara Carle, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, and the staff, volunteers, and supporters who serve its mission, are international champions for picture-book illustration. With an annual operating budget of $4 million and a dedicated team of 40 staff members (29 FTE), The Carle welcomes 50,000 visitors a year who view exhibitions and participate in reading and art programs. The Carle’s three galleries each rotate exhibitions twice a year: the West Gallery with the work of Eric Carle, the Central Gallery with smaller exhibitions, and the East Gallery with featured artists or large themed exhibitions. Every year as many as six art exhibitions from The Carle travel the world where they are seen by more than 500,000 museumgoers. Two children’s museum exhibitions, in partnership with the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, tour the U.S., China, and Taiwan.


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Director, Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums

There is a slight preference for candidates who live and work in New York State or are
willing to relocate to New York State.

Compensation: $56,000 annual, flexible schedule, generous vacation package, contribution to IRA and health benefits.

The Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums seeks an energetic, dynamic, creative, and networked professional to lead the Mid-Atlantic’s regional museum association. This position reports to an active board of directors consisting of regional museum professionals and industry partners and is responsible for the overall operation of the Association. The Association is dedicated to the philosophy that museums must be more inclusive, participatory, and sustainable and that museums can change people’s lives. The successful candidate should share MAAM’s
commitment to equity, diversity, and integrity in the field and work to actively promote these ideas. We value collaboration, accountability, and innovation.

The Director must have daily operational skills combined with visionary thinking abilities to lead the Association’s direction, programs, and membership. The Director is responsible for managing and developing an innovative program schedule which presently includes two annual conferences, workshops, networking opportunities, and other professional resources.

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