Employment Opportunities

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  • 11 Aug 2019 10:14 AM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 09/14/2019]
    Organization Name: Gregg Museum
    Organization Website:  gregg.arts.ncsu.edu

    Education Program Assistant - Temporary
    Gregg Museum
    North Carolina State University

    The Gregg Museum of Art & Design at North Carolina State University seeks applicants for a part-time Education Program Assistant. This is a temporary position that is expected to last a minimum of 11 months. The Education Program Assistant will assist the Curator of Education with the following responsibilities:

    • Coordinate the museum’s artist-in-residence program including arranging artist travel, accommodations, and studio rental spaces

    • Be responsible for assisting with weekly lecture series: help with set up/break down, program

    management, and assist with A/V needs

    • Assist in developing K-12 program initiative, and contribute to program ideas and planning

    • Assist Curator with NCSU class visits and course outreach efforts as needed

    • Coordinate docents, schedule and lead tours and other administrative duties, as needed

    The successful candidate will possess strong interpersonal skills with external and internal audiences, strong public speaking skills, and the ability to work as a team player on a growing staff, and manage multiple projects at once with strong organizational skills.

    North Carolina State University is a land-grant university and home to about 35,000 students and is situated in the piedmont region of North Carolina. The Gregg Museum of Art & Design is the collecting art museum of NC State University. It is one of the six primary units of Arts NC State within the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. Its holdings reflect the wide-ranging curricula of the university, with a permanent collection of more than 35,000 objects including crafts, applied and decorative arts, industrial design, architectural drawings and works on paper, photography, ceramics, paintings, sculptures, textiles, clothing, furniture, archaeological artifacts, tribal and ethnographic objects, and works by self-taught artists.

    For more information on this position, please visit https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/120262. Interested candidates should submit electronic copies of their resume, cover letter and contact information of three references.

    NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. In addition, NC State University welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation or genetic information. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application and interview process please call (919) 515-3148. We welcome the opportunity to work with candidates to identify suitable employment opportunities for spouses or partners.

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  • 7 Aug 2019 6:59 PM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 09/05/2019]
    Organization Name: North Carolina Museum of History
    Organization Website: www.ncmuseumofhistory.org

    The primary purpose of this position is the research, development, implementation and evaluation of the museum volunteer training program. This includes developing written materials and training curriculum, which results in the research, development, implementation and evaluation of public programs and written educational material for school groups and walk-in museum visitors.

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  • 7 Aug 2019 6:54 PM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 09/16/2019]
    Organization Name: Museum & Archives of Rockingham
    Organization Website: www.themarconline.org

    The MARC seeks an energetic Executive Director to provide dynamic leadership in directing fundraising, planning, organization, staffing, and operations. The museum is based in the 1907 county courthouse and also includes an 1816 tavern and two additional historic properties, one including a walking path and paddle access. The ideal candidate will be an innovative thinker regarding strategic planning, marketing, supervision of staff and volunteers, use of facilities, public and school outreach, publications, websites, and social media. The Executive Director manages the Museum’s operations including fundraising, finance, education, public programming, external communications, and staffing.

    For additional information and instructions about how to apply, visit: http://www.themarconline.org/employment-opportunities.html

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  • 31 Jul 2019 3:48 PM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 09/30/2019]
    Organization Name: North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
    Organization Website: www.naturalsciences.org

    The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, the largest natural history museum in the Southeast, is Raleigh’s top-rated tourist attraction, the State’s most popular museum, and a leader in progressive trends in nature and science museums globally. Featuring world-class exhibits, learning centers, live animals, and hands-on investigative labs, the Museum combines elements of a natural history museum, science technology center, children’s museum, aquarium, and zoo. It is state-owned and managed, residing within the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

    The Museum seeks an innovative and visionary leader who demonstrates a passion for engaging others in a lifelong learning agenda of science and the natural world. The ideal candidate is a proven leader who understands the power of collaboration and has extensive experience and success leading high performing teams that deliver excellent programming and visitor experiences and financially sustainable results. A passion for science and conservation is critical; experience in a setting like a museum, zoo or aquarium is helpful but not required. A business-minded approach demonstrating a successful track record of leading a complex organization, astute financial and operations oversight, data-driven decision-making, effective prioritization and delegation is expected. The Director is an advocate for science and education and is skilled in creating and sustaining strategic partnerships with other organizations locally, nationally and internationally.

    As the key spokesperson for NCMNS, the Director will be a dynamic communicator who can influence others to action, be they staff, board members, donors, elected officials, corporate executives or other supporters. The ideal candidate will show evidence of successful fundraising leadership that includes the acquisition of major gifts and grants from foundations, corporations, individuals and the public sector at the local, state or national level. Experience working in an organization that values and sustains strong community partnerships in both public and private sectors and a high level of community engagement and impact are essential.

    Experience managing and overseeing long-term projects and initiatives is advantageous. High integrity, sound judgment and decision-making skills are essential to success in this role. A management approach that is described as approachable, accessible, inclusive, collaborative and empowering must be demonstrated and balanced by results-oriented accountability. A keen understanding of what it takes to develop and promote highly effective, customer-centric services and attitudes among all staff is a must. A curious, lifelong learner who is passionate about our natural world, this person will be a champion for the Museum, the sciences, and the state of North Carolina, and will inspire others to support the outcomes and success of the mission.

    A bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college or university is required. An advanced degree is preferred. A respect and appreciation for science, conservation and our natural world is a must.

    Applications and nominations are being received by Kittleman & Associates, LLC. To apply, submit a current resume and letter of interest on or before September 18, 2019 at https://ww2.kittlemansearch.com/Jobs.

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