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  • 12 Jul 2023 11:15 AM | Laurie Baty

    National Capital Radio & Television Museum

    Bowie, Maryland, USA

    Position Overview

    The Executive Director has overall responsibility for managing the day-to-day operations of the National Capital Radio & Television Museum (NCRTV), including, but not limited to: fundraising, staff supervision, planning, financial and program management, marketing, and community relations. This work is subject to the Board of Director’s (Board) oversight. The Executive Director will work closely with the Board to help formulate and put into practice the Board’s vision for the museum.

    Reporting Relationships

    The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and manages a part time staff (currently one) as well as approximately 25 volunteers.

    Major Duties and Responsibilities

    Key responsibilities include overseeing and managing all aspects of the museum’s operations, exhibits, and education programming; coordinating all aspects of the Museum’s fundraising; serving as the Museum’s face to the community; establishing and nurturing key collaborations with local and regional partners; overseeing the development of innovative new programming; capitalizing on education outreach opportunities; and developing and executing a long-term strategic plan for the Museum.

    Oversee and Manage All Activities of the Museum

    • -       Assist in the development of the annual budget and deliver results against budget.
    • -       Set direction and create alignment around responsibilities.
    • o   Delegate appropriate activities and authority.
    • -       Manage relationship with the 3rd party accounting partner.
    • -       Prepare and actively focus the Board on key organizational and operational issues as part of the Board and committee meetings.
    • -       Work closely with the Executive Committee and the Board to develop and execute the strategic plan for the Museum.

    Represent the Museum in the Community

    • -       Manage ongoing strategic partnerships.
    • -       Develop and secure new strategic partnerships.
    • -       Represent the Museum at community and foundation events.
    • -       Manage Museum publicity.


    • -       Develop and implement fundraising strategies to support the operation of the Museum, including, but not limited to:
    • o   Foundations
    • o   Corporations
    • o   Individuals

    Other Key Responsibilities

    • -       Coordinate grant writing and Board and staff involvement in development.
    • -       Coordinate the annual gala or other fundraising activities.
    • -       Conduct annual performance evaluations of volunteers.
    • -       Create and implement a strategic plan for Board development.
    • -       Assist in the recruiting and interviewing of potential new Board Members (with the Board Development Committee).
    • -       Network with other non-profit executive directors in community.
    • -       Prepare documents in preparation for and to be used at Board meetings.

    This is a 30 hour a week position and is considered full time. The salary is $60,000 a year.

    Position Qualifications:

    Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher, preferably with a concentration in museum studies, non-profit management, or history

    Required Experience:

    Application must have experience working in a museum setting

    Proven leadership skills

    Proven fundraising success

    Experience in setting priorities and delegating tasks to both staff and volunteers

    Experience with personnel and financial management of a small organization

    Experience in the areas below is desirable:

    Familiarity with financial software (such as Quickbooks).

    Familiarity with office computer software (e.g., Microsoft Office suite); website development and updating is a plus

    Experience with marketing, publicity, and public relations.

    To apply please send a letter of inquiry, resume, and three references to with “NCRTV Executive Director Position” as the subject.

    Resumes will be evaluated immediately and the position will remain open until filled.

  • 09 Jul 2023 11:07 AM | Lucinda Cockrell

    Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History Executive Director

    The Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History is seeking a dynamic, innovative Executive Director to help lead the Museum toward an optimistic future of continued success and new opportunities in beautiful Middlebury, Vermont.

    The oldest community-based museum in the country, the Sheldon Museum has welcomed visitors and researchers since 1884. Local businessman and tireless collector Henry Sheldon filled the Museum with fine Vermont furniture, paintings, documents, household objects, and artifacts that provide a glimpse into Addison County and Vermont’s past. The Museum is housed in an historic 1829 Federal house and in addition to the permanent collection, includes a Research Center with an exceptional archival collection, exhibit galleries, lovely garden and barn, and Museum Store in the heart of the vibrant college town of Middlebury, Vermont. Residing in a thriving area between the Green Mountains and Lake Champlain, our region frequently appears on lists of the best places to live and work.

    The Executive Director is appointed by the Board of Trustees to promote the mission of the Henry Sheldon Museum to collect, preserve and share the historic, artistic, and cultural heritage of Middlebury and greater Addison County, Vermont for the enjoyment and edification of residents and visitors. The Executive Director is responsible for the overall operations and management of the Museum, including fundraising and development, day-to-day operations, staff enrichment, and long-range planning.

    Employment type: This is a full-time salaried position with paid time off.

    Salary Range: Salary $70-80K, commensurate with experience and proven record of success, and benefits reimbursement up to $5K/year.

    Summary of Responsibilities

    • Works in partnership with a responsive and experienced staff and Board of Trustees to oversee all aspects of the institution, sustain its excellence and broaden its impact.
    • Directs the Museum’s operations, to ensure the alignment of revenue opportunities, development, exhibits, education and public programming, finances, external communications, and staffing.
    • Creates a strong and stable financial foundation for the Museum. Develops and implements new fundraising strategies (annual and longer-term capital campaign), with staff and Trustee partners, to bring in revenue from public, corporate, foundation, state/federal and individual sources to assure the financial health of the Museum.
    • Serves as pro-active spokesperson, ambassador, and chief advocate for the Museum. Establishes strong partnerships in the community to leverage good will, financial support, and program and service development. Enhances the Museum’s public image to expand interest and support.
    • In collaboration with staff, oversees curation and installation of all Museum exhibitions and the development and coordination of public programs.
    • Works closely with the staff to create an effective communications plan to raise the profile of the Museum. Directs and oversees development of marketing initiatives. Oversees promotion of the Museum through innovative media outreach including press releases, website management, social media, museum mailings, etc.
    • Oversees management, maintenance and capital projects of the property, facilities/grounds, and collections of the Museum, engaging outside expert advice as necessary. With staff, develops strategies to optimize their use.
    • Directs recruiting, hiring, and training of staff as appropriate. Supervises and provides enrichment opportunities for staff.
    • Works with the Stewart-Swift Research Center Archivist and the Collections Manager to increase and enhance the stewardship, access, utilization and promotion of archival and collections materials in supporting the research needs of the community.
    • Works with staff and trustees to outline and deliver environmental sustainability goals for the Museum.

    Desired Leadership Attributes

    • Demonstrates and communicates passion for the organization’s mission, vision, strategic plan and accomplishments with stakeholders, potential donors and funding entities.
    • Exhibits outstanding interpersonal skills to build collegial rapport and effective relationships both internally and externally. Relates well to people of diverse backgrounds in a collaborative and welcoming manner. Demonstrated success in development/fundraising, networking and capacity to develop strong community relationships.
    • Cultivates a supportive, respectful organizational culture and ensures a diverse and inspiring workplace encouraging innovation and collaboration.
    • Demonstrates commitment to highlighting the historical and contemporary experience of underrepresented communities. Ensures that Museum exhibits and programming engages with critical national conversations about equity, inclusion, and system bias.

    Required Qualifications

    • BA degree required, MA/Ph.D. preferred in Museum Studies, Public History, History, Art History or a discipline related to the Museum’s mission and collections.
    • The ideal candidate will have at least three years of overall nonprofit experience as a leader or manager within a public museum, historical society or a similar non-profit organization. Candidates who have not led an organization but can demonstrate the above skills and a high potential to grow into this profile will also be considered.
    • Ability to provide strong leadership, vision, and strategic direction. Experience developing and implementing strategic plans, in concert with a Board of Trustees.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of standards and best practices for museums, nonprofits, or similar organizations, as well as a history of involvement in relevant professional organizations.
    • Strong record of success in fundraising, grant-writing, membership and audience development.
    • Demonstrated excellence in writing and public speaking.
    • Excellent museum operations management skills. Demonstrated ability to supervise, as well as work successfully with, museum staff, volunteers, trustees and diverse public constituencies.
    • Demonstrated success in developing and managing annual operating budgets and long-term planning models. Strong business management and computer skills required.
    • Excellent planning, time management and decision-making skills.
    • Willingness to work a variable schedule, including weekends and evenings, when needed.

    The Henry Sheldon Museum is an equal opportunity employer.

    How to Apply:

    Interested candidates please send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to or mail hard copy to: Henry Sheldon Museum, Executive Director Search Committee, One Park Street, Middlebury, VT 05753. All materials will be confidential and references will not be contacted without advance permission. No phone calls please.

  • 29 Jun 2023 4:00 PM | Amy Glenn

    Job Description

    Glencairn Museum is seeking a part-time visitor services representative beginning August 14, 2023. The current opening is for three weekday afternoon shifts beginning at noon and ending at 4:30 pm. Occasional work on evenings and weekends will be required.

    The visitor services representative staffs the visitor services desk at Glencairn’s main entrance.

    The successful candidate will demonstrate enthusiasm for and ability to serve museum visitors and staff. Bilingual abilities are a plus.

    Glencairn Museum is part of the Academy of the New Church and is affiliated with the General Church of the New Jerusalem (, a Christian denomination based on the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg. The mission of Glencairn Museum is to engage a diverse audience with the common human endeavor to find higher meaning and purpose in our lives. This is achieved by recognizing universal spiritual concepts expressed in religious beliefs and practices around the world—past and present—through the interpretation of art, artifacts, and other cultural expressions of faith. A special focus of the Museum is to preserve and interpret art and artifacts that illustrate New Church beliefs and practices. Glencairn is seeking applicants who are committed to the Museum’s mission and values. For more information about Glencairn Museum and its mission, please visit


    • $15.00 hourly rate
    • Hours vary from 13.5 to 22.5 hours per week
    • Part-time, no benefits
    • Reports to visitor experience manager


    Glencairn Museum is currently closed to the public during a large infrastructure project. The following list represents visitor services representative job responsibilities during this project. Job responsibilities will change when the museum opens to the public in late November.

    1. Greet all contractors, invited guests, and staff, including opening and closing the main door upon arrival and departure.

    2. Answer phone inquiries about Glencairn Museum and the Bryn Athyn Historic District. (Requires being familiar with open times and upcoming public events for all buildings in the Bryn Athyn Historic District.) Answer general questions and know to whom to direct inquiries for further information.

    3. Record reservations using an online booking platform, including receiving and responding to requests by phone and email. (Programs are being held remotely.)

    4. Process advanced ticket sales and reservations for Museum programming. (Programs are currently being held remotely.)

    5. Process sales through POS system.

    6. Enforce security policies including parcel control, key distribution, monitoring CCTV when requested, and ensuring that invited guests sign in.

    7. Receive and process deliveries and mail.

    8. Know security procedures.

    9. Be prepared to assist with emergency situations.

    10. Perform a variety of light clerical duties as assigned by the visitor experience manager.

    11. Promote museum membership and public programs including tours, workshops, and events.

    12. Staff on-site admissions for museum events. (Currently being held remotely.)

    Personal and Professional Requirements

    Employees of Glencairn Museum are expected to uphold the mission, principles, and policies of the Academy of the New Church; support the mission of Glencairn Museum; and follow all Museum policies and guidelines. Successful applicants will:

    1. Maintain a professional workspace, including keeping the desk neat, organized, and clutter-free.

    2. Maintain a professional demeanor. Treat others with courtesy and respect.

    3. Follow instructions and consistently follow through on tasks.

    4. Follow all Museum policies and visitor services operational procedures.

    5. Communicate information clearly, carefully, and accurately in all in-person, telephone, and electronic communication.

    6. Maintain clear knowledge of all emergency procedures.

    7. Know the mission of the Museum and the history of the buildings in the Historic District.

    8. Have the ability to remain at the desk for long periods of time while also being prepared to quickly move to assist contractors and people entering and exiting the building.

    9. Be dependable, attentive, and accommodating while always adhering to Museum policy.

    10. Be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent.

    How to apply

    An important part of our interview process is understanding why this position and our mission particularly resonate with you. Applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter including a discussion of their interest in Glencairn’s mission to Leah Smith at Please also include contact information for three adult references (not related to you) that know your abilities, skills, and work ethic. The application deadline is July 31, 2023.

    Contact Person

    Leah Smith

    Visitor Experience Manager


  • 29 Jun 2023 2:40 PM | Graham Gifford

    New Hampshire Telephone Museum

     Job Description: Executive Director

    Title:  Executive Director

    Reports to: The Board of Directors

    Overview: The Executive Director is the principal officer of the Corporation. The Executive Director works with the Board and Board Committees to establish and implement vision, policies, strategic focus, priorities, and general scope of programs the museum will deliver.

    The Executive Director has the overall responsibility to implement and advance the organization’s mission and policies established by the Board, including the financial, educational, collections, fundraising, and operations management of the organization.


    1.    Strategic Leadership:

    ·         The Executive Director will take direction from the Board of Directors and work with the Board to assure that the NHTM operates with a clear mission and a long-range strategic plan that is consistent with the mission.

    ·         Keep the Board of Directors fully informed on conditions, opportunities, issues, and challenges for the NHTM and the environment in which it operates so that the Board can carry out its governance, financial oversight, and leadership role.

    ·         Develop with the Board, on a yearly basis, a work plan for the board to carry forward the strategic plans of the NHTM.

    ·         Develop with the Board, on a yearly basis, a work plan for the board to carry forward the strategic plans of the NHTM.

    2.    Board & Volunteer Relations:

    ·         Provide for the coordination of Board meetings and communications.

    ·         Participate in Board meetings by working with the Board Chair/Executive Committee to create agendas, prepare staff reports, and attend meetings.

    ·         Involve Board members in decisions that affect the future of NHTM and be a liaison with the Board to address matters raised by the Board.

    ·         Serve as Ex Officio to all Board Committees unless otherwise directed.

    ·         Assist the Board with identifying community members who may be appropriate for board service and support their recruitment and orientation to the organization.

    ·         Recruit volunteers for appropriate positions within the organization.

    3.    Human Resources & Administration:

    ·         Hire, train, and supervise all staff and volunteers including scheduling and annual work goals.

    ·         Provide overall staff direction and supervision, develop a yearly work plan with staff which includes goals, objectives, inputs and outcomes, and timeline for the programs and services to be carried out by the NHTM.

    ·         Provide ongoing management to assure the organization stays within approved plans and budgets.

    ·         In conjunction with the Board Chair/Executive Committee, evaluate staff (other than the Executive Director); set performance standards; create annual goals; conduct annual staff evaluations; and maintain personnel records.

    ·         Effectively manage the human resources of the NHTM in a manner which supports a productive, professionally competent work force in an environment respectful of personal well-being and cultural diversity. Manage hiring, firing, and resolution of grievances.

    4.    Financial Management & Fundraising:

    ·         Take direction from the Board to develop annual budgets and fundraising plan.

    ·         Develop relationship with funders of the NHTM and maintain regular communications with funders.

    ·         Identify grant opportunities and develop proposals and produce required reporting to funding sources.

    ·         With the Finance Committee, contract for and oversee annual audit and tax return preparation.

    ·         Monitor expenditures and income; plan for core budget self-sufficiency.

    ·         Maintain capital assets of corporation.

    5.    Management of Program and Member Services:

    ·         Oversee the development of membership capacity building initiative, programs, and services as needed.

    ·         Ensure program quality and consistency with organizational goals through ongoing evaluation of programs and services to determine effectiveness and member satisfaction.

    ·         Oversee development and coordination of events and new programs, conferences, workshops, and publications.

    ·         Develop and maintain corporate and business sponsors and relationships.

    6.    Community Relations:

    ·         Develop a communication strategy.

    ·         Represent NHTM and advocate its mission to potential stakeholders and audiences including community organizations, schools, government at all levels, and the museum and nonprofit communities.

    ·         Develop relationships with other organizations and persons pertinent to the museum sector, coordinate activities and co-sponsor events.


    ·         Minimum of Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in Non-Profit Management, Museum Studies, Public History, Public Administration, or related field.

    ·         Understanding of and experience with capacity building programs.

    ·         Fundraising skills.

    ·         Supervisory and personnel experience.

    ·         A willingness to “roll up your sleeves.”

    ·         Financial management background.

    ·         Experience working with boards of directors.

    ·         Evidence of commitment to missions of the NHTM.

    This is a full-time exempt position, including night and weekend work.

    Museums are made up many of moving parts.  It is the Executive Director’s responsibility to keep the big picture in mind while assuring daily operations are running smoothly and moving forward.

    Salary Range:  $55,000-$75,000 commensurate with experience and qualifications.

    Benefits:  To be discussed. 

    Email cover letter and resume to:

    The NHTM is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the belief that everyone is entitled to equal employment opportunity.

  • 24 Jun 2023 1:51 PM | Maureen Zieber

    Please send application materials (resume, cover letter, and three references) to Maureen Zieber, Managing Director, at with “Museum Naturalist Educator Position” in the subject line.

    OR you can mail an application to: Iron Hill Museum & Science Center, 1115 Robert L. Melson Lane, Newark, DE 19702

    General Description

    Teacher Naturalist assist in delivery of environmental education lessons for school students, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, and the general public. Lessons may include field studies, outreach, seasonal programs, summer camps, or other activities and may be held inside or outdoors in all weather conditions. Scheduling is highly flexible and can include weekdays and weekends throughout the year. There is no minimum hourly requirement and hours will vary seasonally. Salary is $11.25 an hour. Training is provided. This is a part time hourly position.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Teach environmental education lessons.
    • Assist with program preparation and delivery of educational curriculum and activities, including summer camp.
    • Provide a valuable educational experience for museum visitors.
    • Maintain clean and orderly classrooms and museum exhibit areas.
    • Attend appropriate instructor-training workshops.
    • Promote Delaware Academy of Science mission, goals, activities, events, and membership.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Teaching experience or experience working with children.
    • Natural Sciences Knowledge.
    • Ability to work effectively and productively as part of a team, as well as individually.
    • Certification in First Aid and CPR, or willingness to obtain said certification.
    • Flexibility and adaptability to work a schedule that meets the needs of the site.
    • Satisfactory completion of a background investigation; this position may require annual background investigations.

  • 13 Jun 2023 8:50 AM | Emily Huebner

    The Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area (HCWHA) seeks a Heritage Area Assistant to assists in all aspects of the organization's administration and communication, providing critical support to the Director of Operations and Programs and the Executive Director. This work necessitates a high level of organization as well as detail-oriented attention to operational and program tasks and a dedication to ensuring that HCWHA meets internally and externally set deadlines while reflecting standards of excellence.

    Work will take place primarily at our headquarters in downtown Frederick, Maryland. Occasionally, offsite work will be necessary.  Some remote work may be possible.

    For more information, see the expanded job description at

    Apply by June 30, 2023 for best consideration.

    COMPENSATION: $40,000 plus benefits, including paid holidays, a portion of health expenses, SIMPLE IRA, downtown Frederick parking pass, life and short term disability insurance.


    We seek a candidate with a demonstrated desire to work in a field related to public history, the arts, recreation, or tourism (such as through internships and other work experience).

    • At least 3 years of relevant experience preferred.
    • A Bachelors degree is preferred.
    • Demonstrated writing and editing skills for a variety of audiences.
    • Demonstrated skills associated with recording and reporting transactions, donor management, and maintaining financial records.
    • Must be attentive to detail, follow guidelines, and able to meet external deadlines.
    • Must have time management and organizational skills. Ability to work independently and in a collaborative team setting with demonstrated interpersonal skills.
    • Diplomacy and tact in dealing with diverse groups of people and organizational partners/stakeholders. Ability to represent the organization at public events and meetings.
    • Ability to exercise discretion with sensitive information, maintain confidentiality, and use sound judgment.
    • Ability to work evening and weekend hours on infrequent occasions.
    • Computer proficiency in Microsoft 365, including Word and Excel. Experience with Google Drive. Proficiency in managing online meeting platforms including Google Meet and Zoom. Experience with website content management, including limited HTML editing. Familiarity with Neon CRM is a plus.

    TO APPLY: Submit the following by email to:, use the subject line “Comm/Admin Asst”.  Do not call.

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • List of at least three references (including relationship, mailing address, email, and phone number)

  • 12 Jun 2023 2:24 PM | Walter Somerville

    Position Status:       Part time, 25-30 hours per week

    Salary Range:         $44,000 - $67,000

    The Opportunity

    This unique opportunity is to lead the Presbyterian Heritage Center (PHC) into a new chapter, providing an educational atmosphere that creatively presents its threefold focus: the history of Presbyterianism and Reformed theology; the history of global Presbyterian mission; and the history of Montreat. One of the exciting opportunities for the PHC’s new leader will be to make and keep the mission relevant to changing demographics while fulfilling its purpose of Honoring the Past, Informing the Present, and Influencing the Future.

    This position reports to and coordinates with a dedicated volunteer board of directors. The board seeks someone with passion for the PHC’s mission who will provide an enjoyable and meaningful experience for each visitor and those who participate in its programs and outreach services.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • ·       Provide oversight of all aspects of PHC operations
    • ·       Recruit, supervise, and evaluate paid staff
    • ·       Train and mentor staff on an ongoing basis
    • ·       Provide curator oversight of the library, collections, exhibits, archives, artifacts, and research
    • ·       Lead the development of new exhibits, events and other activities to support the PHC mission
    • ·       Ensure the development of positive relationships with the local community, donors, foundations and Presbyterian/Reformed churches and organizations
    • ·       Speak to various groups about the work of the PHC
    • ·       Work with the CFO and board on financial and budget oversight
    • ·       Cultivate donor participation, community relationships, and funding sources
    • ·       Be the “face” of the PHC

    Abilities/Skills/Ideal Experience

    • ·       Creative skills and an active imagination
    • ·       Ability to work well with others
    • ·       Management skills/experience (at least 10 years)
    • ·       Knowledge of Presbyterian/Reformed faith
    • ·       Significant technological and research skills
    • ·       Knowledge and love of history
    • ·       Written and oral communication expertise
    • ·       Master’s degree or equivalent experience in a relevant field

    The Setting

    Montreat is situated in a cove of the Blue Ridge Mountains, approximately 15 miles outside of Asheville. This small community is an idyllic mountain village, offering peace and respite to its residents and guests. Founded in 1897 as a retreat center, it continues in that role but has grown into a residential community, vacation haven, home to Montreat College, a hiker’s paradise, and so much more.

    If interested in this opportunity, please send a cover letter and resume to The PHC is an equal opportunity employer.

  • 30 May 2023 10:13 AM | Aaron Lippincott

    The Fire Museum of Maryland in Lutherville, Maryland is seeking a permanent, part-time store manager and office administrative assistant.

    The Museum is seeking an individual to manage our Museum gift shop. The person would  order merchandise from a wide variety of vendors. Stock must be replenished and updated on a regular basis. A flair for store display and merchandising is a plus. Some knowledge of the Gift-Logic point-of-sale system is helpful, but not mandatory.

    On the administrative side, the candidate will work closely with the Museum Director on non-profit donor management. This includes sorting and organizing donations as they are received, and entering donor information into the Past Perfect Museum Management software system, knowledge of which is helpful but not mandatory. The administrative assistant will also generate donation thank you letters, and assist with regular Museum fund-raising mailings. The candidate will also handle a variety of general office tasks as needed.

    The candidate is expected to have up-to-date computer skills. Knowledge of Excel is helpful.

    A love of history is a plus. The ability to multi-task is essential.

    The position is 20 hours per week, but that is flexible as some weeks may be 16 and others may be an hour or two more. The candidate will be expected to work in the store one Saturday per month during the Museum’s public hours.

    The job is flexible in terms of days per week and hours per day.

    The idea candidate will have a background in either/or retail, office administration, non-profit donor management.  

    Pay: $16/hour. 

    Please submit your cover letter and resume to Museum Rentals Director Amy Landsman at

    Application deadline: Friday, June 10.

  • 23 May 2023 7:42 PM | Hannah Weisman

    The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life seeks an Assistant Registrar for an 18-month appointment. The museum acquired the Roman Vishniac Archive in 2018. The collection of more than 30,000 images, audiovisual materials, correspondence, and memorabilia must be processed before it can be made publicly available for exhibition and for external scholars to research. The Assistant Registrar [Museum Scientist Assistant] will provide critical support to the collections team to ensure successful processing of the collection, including assisting with inventory, digitization, numbering, housing, and storing the collection.

    The full hourly range for this classification is $24.77 (Step 1) - $29.57 (Step 9). The budgeted hourly range that the University reasonably expects to pay for this position is $24.77 (Step 1) - $26.41 (Step 6).

    Read the full job description and apply online.

  • 23 May 2023 7:42 PM | Hannah Weisman

    The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life at UC Berkeley seeks a Database & Digital Assets Manager to ensure that collection-related information data is properly created, stored, and made accessible as part of the care and management of all of the museum's collections. Reporting to the Curator, and working closely with the Registrar and Collections Manager, the position is responsible for managing the Magnes's Collections Management System (IDEA@ALM), which integrates archive, library, and museum records, as well as a variety of digital assets in multiple formats (including text, image, audio, and video files). Among the top responsibilities will be assuming a leadership role in managing the complete digitization and archiving of the Roman Vishniac Archive, a collection of over 30,000 images, audiovisual materials, correspondence, and memorabilia.

    The full salary range for this position is $27.09 (Step 1) - $43.56 (Step 25) per hour. The budgeted salary or hourly range that the University reasonably expects to pay for this position is $27.09 (Step 1) - $32.34 (Step 10).

    Read the full job description and apply online.

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