Curatorial Assistant and Manager of Student Programs
Assist with curatorial programs, schedules, research, and various administrative tasks for temporary and collections exhibitions, supervises visitors to the study room; recruits, hires, and trains student employees, primary contact with student organizations associated with the museum; organizes training of community volunteer and student docents and schedules group tours of the museum; works with museum staff on the development of digital resources. This is an entry-level, two-year appointment.
A Bachelor's degree is required; a major or minor in art history is preferred, or equivalent. A Master's degree is art history is strongly preferred. Applicants must possess an excellent academic record; strong verbal and written communication skills; demonstrated knowledge of computers and software; the ability to work well as part of a team; the ability to multi-task in deadline driven environment; and a sincere commitment to museum work.
A minimum of 6 months professional work experience is required (internships, summer jobs, etc.); previous experience in an art museum or gallery setting is preferred.
Generally, Monday – Friday, 8:30 – 5:00. Occasional evening and weekend work is required.