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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Curator, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Cooperstown, NY

Compensation: $55,000-$80,000

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is currently seeking a visionary and highly motivated Curator to work with professionals in the Museum Division, the institution, and the community to cultivate dynamic cultural histories that examine and support connections between people, communities, and baseball. In partnership with the Curatorial team and under the leadership of the Senior Curator, this position will help to shape and implement the Museum’s curatorial objectives that advance the Museum’s vision and mission. Through collecting, researching, presenting, and interpreting the Museum’s rich collection and by understanding baseball in the context of community relevancy and social change, the museum’s Curator will create dynamic, experimental, and innovative explorations of a variety of baseball-related topics across a broad historic landscape.

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Special Projects Coordinator, National Gallery of Art

Washington DC

Compensation: $155,700 – $183,500 per year

The National Gallery of Art serves the nation by welcoming all people to explore and experience art, creativity, and our shared humanity.  Founded as a gift to the nation, we serve as a center of visual art, education, and culture. Our collection of more than 150,000 paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photographs, prints, and drawings spans the history of European and American art and showcases some of the triumphs of human creativity. Across 363 days a year, the National Gallery offers a full spectrum of special exhibitions and public programs, all free of charge.

As the Special Projects Coordinator, you will:

Building services: Supervise the building services team comprised of managers, supervisors, custodial workers, and laborers.  The building services team is responsible for routine and emergency housekeeping and maintenance in public and non-public spaces.  Responsible for hiring and assigning staff, budgeting, managing the team’s workload and hours, and quality control.

Special events support:  Supervise the special events team that is responsible for planning, organizing, staffing, and executing the Facilities Management Division’s responsibilities for the Gallery’s special events, which include concerts, receptions, educational events, and staff events.

Integrated Pest Management:  Supervise the pest management team and is responsible for minimizing or eliminating pest activity with the safest methods for the collection and occupants on the campus.

Work Control Center:  Supervise the Work Control Center for management of workflow, tracking, inventory control and reporting within the Facilities Division.

Service Contracts Management: Oversee the performance of various service contracts such as refuse removal, recycling, windows cleaning, and floor care contracts. (Open to Individuals with disabilities, Career Transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL), Federal employees, and Special authorities) (Open to the public)

Deputy Director, The Fire Museum of Maryland

Lutherville, MD

Compensation: $60,000

The Fire Museum of Maryland is seeking a qualified individual to become the first Deputy Director. This person shall have responsibility for a wide range of details, including planning three special events per annum, operating hand, steam and early gasoline machines and performing some maintenance on same, organizing bids and contracts, managing the facilities of the Museum buildings & grounds. This shall be considered a 40 hour per week job.

He (she) shall have proven skills in physical plant management, writing contracts for maintenance and new construction. He shall be comfortable with keeping financial records and making reports, organizing the Annual Report, doing payroll, supervising the book keeper and working with the Finance Committee. He shall be responsible for keeping the annual audit, all of the insurance and miscellaneous reports in order and available to the Board of Directors, and attend all of the Board meetings (somewhat quarterly).

The Deputy Director shall become familiar with the burglar and alarm systems, water, gas and electric systems of the buildings, and respond as necessary to calls with the other staff and Buildings & Grounds Committee to problems, taking charge of the situation, as appropriate. He shall be a leader in ensuring that all systems are in top working order, keeping staff training current, and to the extent permitted by the Board, implement improvements.

Review the full position description here.

Digital Project Manager, Cortina Productions

McLean, VA

Compensation: $70,000 – $85,000 per year

Cortina Productions is seeking a Digital Project Manager (DPM) to manage the development and production of museum-based media, such as films and digital interactive exhibitions. This is an immediate need to join an existing team, for a project that is local to the Washington D.C. area.

The DPM will be responsible for developing and executing project plans, overseeing and managing the project schedule (internally), managing the project budget, and managing the project scope and client expectations. The DPM will work with an in-house multi-disciplinary team of producers/content developers, designers, software developers, and editors to keep teams on track and deliver high-quality media exhibits for museums. The individual should be comfortable working both independently and within a larger team environment, solution-oriented, highly organized, and sharply focused with a keen eye for detail.

Work hours are to occur within standard business hours. Must be willing/able to travel as required. Candidates are required to be local (within 60 miles of the office in McLean, VA), working remotely from their home office, but able to come into the office as the project requires.

Review the full position description here.

Education & Exhibition Spec Lead, Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum

Leonard, MD

Compensation: $53,627.00 – $85,951.00/year

The main purpose of the Patterson Educator is to conduct and develop educational and public programming for the Patterson Center helping to improve public accessibility to, and understanding of, the Patterson family, Point Farm, and how that integrates into the rest of JPPM’s history and programs. This position is responsible for developing, researching, implementing, scheduling, and coordinating educational and public programming associated with the Patterson Center. This position also leads volunteers associated with the Patterson Center. By developing and implementing these programs for school tours and the general public within the interpretive framework of JPPM, this position supports the Maryland Historical Trust’s mission to preserve and interpret the legacy of Maryland’s past.

Review the full position description here.

Director of Development, Rehoboth Art League

Rehoboth Beach, DE

Compensation: Mid-$50Ks, commensurate with experience

The Director of Development will be responsible for planning and leading the Rehoboth Art League’s fundraising efforts through a variety of channels, including individual giving, membership and major donor programs, corporate giving, events, grants, foundation and government support, and fundraising for capital projects. This position plays a key function in reinforcing fund development as a core competency of the Rehoboth Art League.

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Events and Outreach Manager, Rehoboth Art League

Rehoboth Beach, DE

Compensation:  Mid-$40Ks, commensurate with experience

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Events and Outreach Manager is responsible for supporting and working closely with the leadership team to plan, coordinate, promote and execute a diverse array of on-site and off-site events. Specifically, this position will focus on taking events from idea to execution by coordinating all event details, including staff and volunteer involvement, with the department managers or partner organizations involved, cultivating strategic partnerships through community outreach activities. This position plays a key function in connecting the mission of the Rehoboth Art League to the broader community, building awareness about the benefits of the arts.

Download the full position description here.

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