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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Education Director, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

Springfield, IL

Compensation: $8,486-$14,668/monthly ($101,832 to $176,016/year)

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM) seeks an experienced Senior Public Service Administrator – Education Director for the Education division. This position will develop, deliver, and manage educational programs and materials which engage and inspire visitors and researchers from around the world, including nearly 80,000 students each year. The ideal candidate enjoys working with children, is organized and creative, and stays informed of changes in the educational field. We invite qualified applicants to apply for the position of Education Director and help the ALPLM continue to chronicle the life of one of our nation’s greatest Presidents and share the diverse history of the state of Illinois.

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Events and Outreach Manager, Rehoboth Art League

Rehoboth Beach, DE

Compensation: $43,000-$48,000

Reporting to the Director of Development, 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, and 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.

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Museum Registrar, Shelburne Museum

Shelburne, VT

Compensation: $60,000 – $75,000 DOE

The Museum Registrar is a member of the Collections department, a dynamic team who stewards Shelburne Museum’s world-renowned permanent collections of art and Americana, manages an active calendar of temporary exhibitions and gallery rotations, and collaborates with peer institutions around the world on incoming and outgoing loans. The department includes the Director of Collections and Conservation (a conservator), Associate Registrar, Collections Manager, Archivist/Associate Registrar/Digital Assets Manager, Preparator, and two art handlers as well as volunteers, grant-funded term positions, and interns. The Museum’s collections are housed in thirty-nine buildings spread out over forty-five beautifully landscaped acres. Among these are twenty-five significant examples of historic New England architecture, relocated to the Museum grounds to provide a historic setting for the Museum’s treasures and the LEED-certified Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education which includes 5,000 sq. ft. of gallery space.

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Executive Director, Historic Sugartown

Malvern, PA

Compensation: $60,000 – $70,000, contingent on experience

Founded in 1982 to preserve the richly authentic 19th-century crossroads village of Sugartown, Historic Sugartown stewards 11 structures and 9.2 acres located within the Sugartown National Register District in Malvern, Chester County, PA. Historic Sugartown’s collections interpret 19th-century rural village community life in Pennsylvania and early American craftsmanship including domestic, industrial, and agricultural artifacts. HSI also stewards collections owned by the Chester County History Center (CCHC) that support HSI’s interpretive programs and exhibits.

The Executive Director is the face of the organization and chief spokesperson, conveying passion of place, caretaking of its collections and promoting educational programs. The Executive Director oversees operations, finances, development, rental units and a small, dedicated staff as well as partners with the Board of Directors to guide strategic direction and planning.

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Senior Director of Facilities, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia, PA

Compensation: The minimum salary for this position is $190,000.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) seeks a strategic, innovative, and collaborative professional to serve as the Senior Director of Facilities (Senior Director). The Senior Director will join the Museum on the heels of the completion of the Frank Gehry-led “Core Project,” a multi-year $233 million initiative that expanded gallery and public spaces and made them more accessible and inclusive. This leader will build upon the success of these efforts and must be a compelling communicator and storyteller, conveying the importance and complexity of the Museum’s space and facility needs to a variety of audiences and advocating for the necessary resources to tackle the multi-system deferred maintenance requirements across the museum campus.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Senior Director will be responsible for cultivating and executing the Museum’s facilities and capital planning strategy across six buildings and additional storage facilities, totaling over one million square feet of property. Along with knowledge of engineering and/or construction management, this leader must bring a deep understanding of historic building management, risk and loss prevention, and the mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and environmental control systems that keep museums running. The Senior Director must ensure that the Museum’s facilities are safe and accessible for its staggering 700,000 annual visitors and be familiar with the related facilities needs of high-volume spaces.

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Executive Director, Chesterwood Historic Site

Stockbridge, MA

Compensation: $110,000 to $120,000 per year

The National Trust seeks a dynamic leader individual with an entrepreneurial spirit and skill set to achieve/steer/advance the future vision of Chesterwood as a nationally recognized historic site and public museum, centered in the legacy of an internationally renowned artist, committed to activating its buildings, collections, and landscape for diverse audiences through innovative programming including the launch of a new artist-in-residency program.  The Executive Director ensures that Chesterwood embodies best practices in historic preservation, interpretation, education, and in making history relevant to today’s audience by exemplifying justice, diversity, equity, access, and inclusion in all aspects of its operations.

This position reports to the Senior Vice President for Historic Sites located at headquarters in Washington, DC, and works in collaboration with other headquarters staff, especially the Historic Sites Department’s technical support positions in collections, finance, interpretation, education, and preservation architecture. This position also works with a site advisory council (versus Fiduciary Board) to achieve the site’s financial self-sufficiency and strengthen and expand connections at the local and national levels.


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Executive Director, Canterbury Shaker Village

Canterbury, NH

Compensation: $120,000 – 140,000 plus benefits.

Seeking a talented Executive Director to lead the organization into a new phase of vision and energy. Campus of 26 historic Shaker buildings and 694 open space acres, 100,000 artifacts, located near Boston, White Mountains, and seacoast. Operating budget $1.3 million, 21 staff, 15,000 visitors. EA/EO. Apply by June 10, 2024 to For details, visit: Apply early: candidates will be considered on a rolling basis. Nominations welcome.

PO Box 4 Cooperstown, NY 13326


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