Curator of Education, Museum of Early Trades & Crafts
Compensation: $42-44,000 plus benefits
METC is a New Jersey history museum located in Madison, New Jersey. With the recent addition of our new Education Annex, the museum now has expanded capacity for a variety of programming to engage the New Jersey community. The curator of education is responsible for developing and delivering all programming utilizing creative learning strategies that engage diverse audiences. Additional responsibility includes securing partial funding for programming by identifying and developing grant opportunities and networking with colleagues, school administrators and teachers. This is a leadership position which includes hands-on education, curriculum development, staff management, grant writing, departmental budgeting, and development of didactic materials.
A full description of the position with required job qualifications can be found here https://metc.org/wp-content/
Exhibitions Preparator I, Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
Compensation: $20 per hour
The Exhibitions Preparator I position reports directly to the Curator of Exhibitions who is in the Museum Engagement Division. Working with the Chief Preparator and the Exhibitions Preparator I, the Exhibitions Preparator I will be an integral part of the exhibitions team in planning, installation, fabrication, and maintenance. The Exhibitions Preparator I will be responsible for fabricating exhibitions and components, such as design and construction of interactive displays, object mounts, and exhibition furniture. The Exhibitions Preparator I will also be responsible for assisting with art handling, graphics installation, and transportation of exhibition materials. All tasks should be performed in accordance with professional museum standards.
Full position description/how to apply: https://winterthurmuseum.applytojob.com/apply/9qsj6DRr9s/Exhibitions-Preparator-I?source=MAAM
Assistant Director, Grants Management, Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
Compensation: $45,000 – $55,000
Under the direction and mentorship of the Director of Philanthropy at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, the Assistant Director, Grants Management will play a key role in the Development Department in meeting fundraising goals. The Grant Manager advance and support the organization’s efforts to secure foundation, state, and and federal funding support, including: locating funding sources, preparing grant proposals, communicating with and coordinating among internal and external stakeholders, and fulfilling all reporting requirements. They must possess the ability to distill complex ideas and organizational strategy into a clearly articulated, data-based case for support. They will work in collaboration with the Development, Curatorial, Conservation, Library, Gardens, Exhibitions, Academic Programs, and Facilities teams to create funding proposals, stewardship reports, correspondence, and other Development writing needs for internal and external audiences.
Full position description/how to apply: https://winterthurmuseum.applytojob.com/apply/8H37alI5jl/Assistant-Director-Of-Grants-Management?source=MAAM
President & CEO, The Morris Museum
Morristown, New Jersey
Compensation: $160,000-175,000 plus benefits
The Morris Museum seeks a President/CEO to refine and develop the exciting transformation underway to integrate exhibition, collection and performing arts programs inspired by its Guinness Collection of Mechanical Musical Instruments and Automata, one of the finest collections of its kind in the world. The Museum comprises 75,524-square-feet, 8 acres of grounds. The collection of 40,000 objects includes fine/decorative arts, ethnological, geological and zoological materials, and a growing collection of New Jersey artists. The 312-seat Bickford Theatre offers a diverse program of performances and presentations. The Museum is the State’s only Smithsonian Affiliate in New Jersey. Its newly opened Spark!Lab, is one of 10 Smithsonian Partner learning spaces in the United States. The annual budget is $2.1 million with 30 full/part-time staff and an endowment of $8 million. The President/CEO will develop the vision and programs for the Museum, establish financial stability for operational and capital needs, refine the collection, and meld audience experiences around the theme of art, sound and motion. Morristown is located 1 hour from New York City. Anticipated salary range is $160,000-175,000 plus benefits. Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States.
Full qualifications/how to apply: https://museum-search.com/open-searches/. Deadline: August 30, 2021. EA/EO. Nominations welcome.
Executive Director, Glenn H. Curtiss Museum
Hammondsport, New York
Compensation: This is an exempt, full-time position with a salary range of $65,000-75,000 per year with Paid Time Off.
The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum is looking for an experienced non-profit leader and museum professional to serve as the next Executive Director. The Curtiss Museum Board of Trustees has recently completed the planning and conceptual planning stages of an exciting and dynamic Master Plan for the future renovation and expansion of this fantastic organization. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will serve as a forward-thinking, innovative, and creative chief executive officer with overall responsibility for the execution of the GHCM’s mission and programming efforts. The Executive Director will be committed to museum excellence and best practices, cultivation of multiple stakeholder and constituent groups, and carrying out the long term direction and strategic plan developed by the Board.
The incumbent Executive Director is expected to begin on or around October 1, 2021. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume to CurtissMuseum@gmail.com. Applications will be accepted through July 31, 2021.
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