NEMA Jobs is your go-to source for up-to-date museum employment opportunities in our region.Browse job openings by clicking on your category of interest or type a keyword into the search box.At least five years of administrative experience, small business experience is preferred. The administrator is expected to work a set weekday schedule of 30-35 hours with some flexibility. If you are interested in working in a vibrant and stimulating work environment and meet our requirements please send a letter of introduction and resume as attachments to Camille Myers Breeze at [email protected]
April 13, 2018. Harvard University 05-Mar-2018 Associate Director of Marketing Harvard Art Museums 45078BR Job Summary: Reporting to and working closely with the Director of Communications, this position will develop the strategy and supervise the daily operations of all Marketing and Social Media functions and its associated staff, as well as the Public Relations function.Proficiency needed in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Drive plus previous experience with accounting principles and accounting systems (e.g. Responsible for imaginatively articulating the mission and values of the Harvard Art Museums to its various audiences, both those who are loyal and those we seek to engage.Working with the support of a committed Board of Directors, the Executive Director will prioritize long and short-term goals, establish policies, develop plans, and undertake programs.Inspired by the relationship between art and nature, Stone Quarry Hill Art Park seeks to educate and engage the public through its exhibitions, collections, interpretation, and community outreach program in the arts.- Flexibility and the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities is crucial, as well as the capacity to work with a sense of urgency as required.- Strong customer service experience and the ability to professionally greet visitors, serve as a resource and coordinate requests with multiple stakeholders including students, faculty, Colgate staff, donors, alumni, board members, artists, and scholars is critical.