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Visitor Experience Coordinator, Indiana Historical Society.

The goal of this position is to enhance a high quality daily experience of the visitor. This position is responsible for scheduling and coordinating the daily operation of visitor experience in the Indiana Experience (IE) and providing support, direction, and assistance to the interpreters, facilitators, and volunteers working in the IE spaces. Position description here.

Please send a cover letter and resume to: April Kerber, Senior Director, Human Resources, Indiana Historical Society, 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202, hr@indianahistory.org  or Fax: 317/233.0857. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. (Posted 9/16/2014)


Museum Assistant Position, Franklin, IN

The Johnson County Museum is searching for a part time employee to fill an open museum assistant position. This person would report directly to the Director and work with the museumís staff and volunteers to update and organize the PastPerfect database, greet and assist visitors with inquiries, answer the phone and tend to the front desk, assist with curator with various tasks, maintain the museumís social media accounts, send out press releases, and create marketing material for museum events, programs, and publications.  This is a Friday and Saturday position with the third day of work being flexible throughout the week.  Review of applications will begin immediately. The position will be open until filled. Send resumes and cover letter to:  Carrie Birge, Museum Director  cbirge@co.johnson.in.us    (posted 8/15/14)


Development & Marketing Director, Science Central

Science Central, a hands-on science center (physical, natural and applied sciences), is currently hiring a self-motivated, creative, outgoing, highly-skilled and organized individual to direct its development, grant writing, fundraising events, advertising, and public relations.  This position is a professional, senior-level job reporting to the executive director and requires significant experience in those work areas, high-level writing skills and extensive knowledge of community/regional funding sources.  This is not an entry level position, only experienced professionals with non-profit fundraising and marketing skills should apply. Must have a minimum of a Bachelorís degree; strong background in business and communications; minimum of 7 years of experience in marketing and development, preferably in the non-profit field; must be comfortable working in a science-related organization; experience with managing staff; must have a flexible schedule. Ability to drive, valid Driverís License and successful completion of a Criminal Background Check is required. (Posted August 9th, 2014)

Open posting, position filled as needed. Obtain application online http://www.sciencecentral.org/Supportpdfs/applicationforemployment.pdf.



General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pa.
The Office of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is looking for an Executive Director of the Presbyterian Historical Society and Associate for Records and History of the Presbyterian Church.  learn more at http://jobs.aaslh.org/jobs/6475950/executive-director-of-the-presbyterian-historical-society-and-associate-for-records-and-history(posted 9/12/11)

Connecticut Landmarks, Hartford, Conn.

The Interpretive Planner for Connecticut Landmarks will develop and implement, in cooperation with CTL Site Administrators and Community Educator, interpretive plans for four of CTLís properties. learn more at http://jobs.aaslh.org/jobs/6463073/interpretive-planner (posted 9/12/11)

New Haven Museum, New Haven, Conn.

The New Haven Museum seeks an innovative, enthusiastic professional with demonstrated experience in museum education to develop and lead programs and initiatives. Lear more at http://jobs.aaslh.org/jobs/6460080/director-of-education-and-visitor-experience (posted 9/12/11)



Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati, OH
The Taft Museum of Art in vibrant downtown Cincinnati, Ohio seeks dynamic, creative, visionary Director of Education to engage new audiences, increase public involvement, expand museumís role in the community. Director of Education serves on senior management team and oversees $375,000 budget, 4 employees, plus volunteers. Recent 23,000-square-foot expansion transformed the Taft into one of the finest small art museums in America.  Cincinnati is among the top five cities in the US for per capita spending on the arts and is home to a thriving arts community.For detailsand to apply, visit: www.museum-search.com.Apply by 9/8/14. Nominations welcome. EOE.     (posted 8/25/14)




Curator of Education, At & History - Stark Cultural Venues in Orange, TX

This fun, challenging position offers lots of opportunities to develop new program offerings.  To learn more about the position, contact Trina Nelson Thomas at tnelsonthomas@starkfoundation.org.   (posted 8/25/14)


The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

The Studio Museum is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society.  The Studio Museum is seeking a skilled and experienced development professional for the position of Principal Gifts Officer. Capital campaign experience is preferred with the ability and resources to attract, cultivate and secure substantial gifts and naming opportunities. Work in partnership with museum and board leadership, as well as curatorial and program staff to achieve fundraising goals.  A background in arts & culture is required and familiarity with the New York Philanthropic Community is preferred. Please send resume and an outline of accomplishments in confidence to Geri Thomas, President, Thomas & Associates, Inc., at gthomas@artstaffing.com by August 27, 2014.   (posted 8/15/14)

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