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. Please contact with position postings and questions.

Director, Florence Griswold Museum

Old Lyme, CT

The next Director will be a seasoned executive with high energy and creativity, as well as a track record of achievement, management skills, and business acumen. With a demonstrated passion for American art and/or history, s/he will be a tested, persuasive, inventive leader who is inspired by the Museum’s mission and can inspire others as well. Competitive candidates will possess the intellectual vigor and vision, professional reputation, and personal magnetism needed to encourage trust and galvanize support for the Museum. An advanced degree in art history, history, museum studies, or American studies is expected. Candidates with equivalent professional and leadership experience, along with a passion and interest in American art and/or history, will also be considered.

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Executive Director, Oyster Bay Historical Society

Oyster Bay, NY

The Executive Director of the Oyster Bay Historical Society is responsible for managing the historic Earle-Wightman house and grounds as well as the Angela Koenig Research Center, which houses the society’s collections and exhibition space. The Director develops and presents historical exhibitions highlighting Oyster Bay’s history from the seventeenth century to the present and coordinates educational programs for all ages. S/he also coordinates art exhibitions of local artists who donate to the society portions of their sales arising from these exhibitions. The Director also supervises volunteers and paid staff, including a collections manager, and is responsible for the society’s budget and fundraising efforts in collaboration with the Board of Trustees. The Director coordinates the Town of Oyster Bay’s maintenance of the buildings and grounds, and is responsible for regular communication with society members and the Oyster Bay community through the society’s website, newsletter, and social media.

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Assistant Curator of Natural History, Collections & Exhibitions, New Jersey State Museum

Trenton, NJ

The New Jersey State Museum seeks an Assistant Curator of Natural History, Collections and Exhibitions. Under supervision of the Museum’s Curator of Natural History, the Assistant Curator initiates, designs, plans, researches, implements and evaluates natural science collection growth and exhibitions; plans and implements field research projects; seeks, researches and administers incoming traveling exhibitions; works with registrarial staff to maintain the collections management system for the Bureau of Natural History; authors or contributes to scientific papers; works with Education staff to develop meaningful educational programs for learners of all ages; participates in overall planning of the Museum’s exhibitions, events and public programs; works cooperatively with other curatorial disciplinesat Museum; keeps current with current scholarship in natural history and trends in museum-related science exhibition and programming; represents the Museum at professional organizations; researches funding sources; does related work as required.

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President and CEO, National Veterans Memorial & Museum

Columbus, OH

NVMM seeks an innovative, entrepreneurial and visionary leader, who demonstrates a passion for engaging others in a lifelong learning agenda while delivering a high-quality experience that is financially sustainable through solid programs, marketing, fundraising and business practices. The successful leader will value all military service and the veterans’ experience. A high level of experience in building and sustaining community, national and international partnerships with other educational and cultural stakeholders, public and private, is necessary. We seek a dynamic, energetic communicator who can influence others to action, be they staff, board members, donors, elected officials, corporate executives, members, volunteers and other supporters. The ideal candidate will show evidence of successful fundraising leadership that includes the acquisition of major gifts and grants from foundations, corporations, individuals and the public sector at the local, state and national level.

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