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  • 10 Jul 2024 11:23 AM | Anonymous

    [Listing Expires 7/28/2024]

    Organization Name: North Carolina Museum of Art

    Organization Website:  www.ncartmuseum.org

    Job Description

    Job Summary
    Provides administrative, technical, and project management support to the Conservation Department. Oversees department accounting, organizes and maintains department records. Organizes supplies including product research, ordering, invoices, and billings. Assists the department staff in physical work required for the preservation of artwork. Serves as the main public contact for the department and assists with public programming and presentations. This position is based on a 30-hour work week.

    Key Responsibilities

    • General administrative support: maintains files, types and edits correspondence and reports, and sorts and distributes mail.
    • Tracks conservation expenses for materials, services, staff travel, grants, gifts, and endowment funds.
    • Processes billing and invoices, interfacing with the main Museum accountants.
    • Uses word processing programs to format correspondence and reports. Uses Excel spreadsheet to input budget. Uses database programs including TMS. Uses Photoshop to create reports. Acts as department liaison for the NCMA website.
    • Communicates with outside contractors for various services in the preservation of artworks and the maintenance of conservation facilities and equipment.
    • Orders office supplies and lab supplies. Researches products and sources for conservation.
    • Assists Conservation Department staff in researching and creating reports and contracts concerning the preservation of the NCMA collection and artworks on loan to the Museum.
    • Assists conservation technician and conservators as needed in conservation treatments.
    • Scans conservation files—sorts documents and photos and scans conservation-related materials. Transitions paper to digital formats (ongoing project).
    • Coordinates framing of works of art on paper for exhibitions, and reinstallation of the NCMA collection; also newly accessioned artworks. Coordinates with curators, preparators, frame fabricators, and local framers to facilitate process.
    • Facilitates planning and logistics for conservation public programming, presentations, conferences, seminars, and tours in the lab space and elsewhere.
    • Provides main contact for the public to interface with Conservation Department for information and referrals.

    Minimum Requirements

    • High school graduate.
    • Five years of experience in a similar position.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Excellent organizational skills.
    • Excellent group collaborative skills.
    • Competence in computer operation and these applications: MS Word, MS Excel, Gallery Systems TMS, and Adobe Photoshop.
    • Familiarity in working near art or historical cultural materials.
    • Familiarity with basic art materials and terms.
    • Familiarity with basic hand tools and terms.
    • Basic familiarity with art history.
    • Basic understanding of museum functions and operation.
    • Preferred: framing and matting skills for photographs and works of art on paper.

    Essential Physical Functions

    • Good general mobility.
    • Good hand-eye coordination.
    • Good color vision.
    • The ability to lift a minimum of 20 lbs. throughout the day.
    • Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time.

    Equipment Used

    • Basic office equipment: phone, computer, copier, and fax machines
    • PC computers, printers, and scanners
    • Basic hand tools including matte knives, rulers, tape measures, electric drills, and screwdrivers

    Salary Range: 40,000

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  • 10 Jul 2024 11:18 AM | Anonymous

    [Listing expires 8/02/2024]

    Organization Name: Greensboro Science Center

    Organization Website:  https://www.greensboroscience.org/

    Marketing and Donor Relations Assistant

    Description: The Marketing and Donor Relations Assistant is a full-time marketing and donor relations assistant position that works 40 hours per week, which may occasionally include evenings, weekends, or early mornings. This position reports to the Marketing Manager and the Donor Relations Associate.

    Knowledge of:

    Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, journalism or related field
    Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate information and ideas in written and verbal formats
    Excellent computer skills and knowledge of media monitoring tools and Google Analytics and Workspace a plus. Above average aptitude with Office suite: Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
    Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suites is a plus
    Knowledge of donor relations and email communication platforms is a plus
    Familiarity with Raiser's Edge NXT is a plus
    Proven ability to manage a member/donor database

    Demonstrated skill in:

    Consummate team player with the ability to multitask, collaborate and problem-solve
    Organized with excellent time management skills
    Passion for developing relationships with media and donors
    Ability to build and maintain community contacts
    Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines

    Responsibilities and duties:


    Assist with planning, writing, editing, and distributing GSC communications, including press releases, email campaigns, direct mail, newsletters, annual reports, and other fundraising initiatives
    Assist with website updates
    Field media inquiries and chaperoning on-site media requests
    Communicate with GSC staff to remain informed of events, cultivate ongoing story ideas, and provide support for all GSC programs/departments
    Ensure guest-facing communications are up-to-date and consistent with the GSC brand

    Donor Relations

    Assist with the development of new strategies for Wonder 365 Annual Fund, See to Believe Gala, capital campaign, etc.
    Maintain, update, and manage the accuracy of the GSC donor database.
    Process, acknowledge, and prepare stewardship letters for all gifts and pledges to the Greensboro Science Center
    Conduct research and compile comprehensive donor profiles - individual, corporate, foundation, and other prospects
    Process and record internal and external donation requests

    Environmental Factors:

    Work is performed in an office environment and requires the ability to operate standard office equipment and keyboards.
    Sitting for extended periods is common, as is standing and walking.
    Ability to move around facility grounds on a daily basis
    Interacting with both individuals and large groups is necessary and unavoidable. Ability to talk and hear are required.

    Salary Range: $31,200

    Apply via: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=81924&clientkey=B5395750609244BBF0BCC9E63D22B1A8

  • 5 Jul 2024 11:33 AM | Anonymous

    [Listing expires 7/31/2024]

    Organization Name: Greenville Museum of Art

    Organization Website: www.gmoa.org

    Job Description

    Based in Greenville, North Carolina, the Greenville Museum of Art (GMoA) is seeking a dynamic and collaborative Event & Communications Coordinator to oversee GMoA’s event planning, fundraising, and marketing efforts and initiatives, which support GMoA’s mission, to inspire, educate, and connect people through the visual arts by way of our collection, exhibitions, and programs.

    The Event & Communications Coordinator is responsible for the overall planning, execution, and publicizing of events and other fundraising efforts, as well as the marketing of exhibitions, educational programs, and all other initiatives and activities at GMoA, including rentals and annual membership. Working closely with the Executive Director, other GMoA staff, the GMoA Board of Trustees, and committee members and volunteers, the Event & Communications Coordinator is also charged with developing and executing a marketing plan that ensures the GMoA continues to reach its financial goals while inviting participation and support from both returning and new audiences.

    Serving at the pleasure of the Board of Trustees, the Event & Communications Coordinator is under the supervision and direction of the GMoA Executive Director, who supervises all full-time and part-time staff. Regular working hours for this position are Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm, but include monthly after-hour and weekend events, receptions, and exhibition-related programs at GMoA. This is an in-person position, but occasional hybrid work may be permitted with prior approval.

    Description of Responsibilities:
    The following list is illustrative and is not intended to describe every function that may be performed in this job. The omission of specific statements does not preclude the GMoA Executive Director from assigning specific duties not listed if such duties are a logical assignment to the position.

    1. Event Planning and Fundraising (75%)
    ● Implement and oversee a dynamic calendar of annual fundraising and community events, which are intended to meet the needs of a diverse community, support GMoA’s annual budget, and grow each year. Current annual events include but are not limited to:
    ○ Fashion on Display (September)
    ○ Halloweeni Jamboreeni (October)
    ○ Merry Mixer (December)
    ○ Super Family Game Day / GMoArcade (February)
    ○ Greenville Museum of Art Ball (April)
    ○ Summer Shindig (June)
    ○ Sidewalk Sales (seasonal, held at least 4x annually)
    ● Work with the GMoA Executive Director to create all event budgets before the start of the fiscal year, then manage event budgets and provide regular updates to GMoA Executive Director
    ● Schedule and lead event committee meetings, including preparing meeting agendas, keeping the committee on task, and providing notes and follow-up communication
    ● Establish and implement event production schedules and manage all event details leading up to, during, and following events
    ● Act as primary point-of-contact for GMoA events
    ● Work with other GMoA Staff to recruit and coordinate with event volunteers
    ● Work with GMoA Executive Director and event committee members to secure both cash and in-kind event sponsors
    ● Work with event committee members to secure, manage, and properly document all event donations, including auction, raffle, and other items
    ● Collect and implement feedback from event attendees and other participants
    ● Report on fundraising successes, failures, and future planning at monthly Board meetings

    2. Communications and Marketing (25%)
    ● Oversee the creation and execution of an overall marketing and public relations strategy for GMoA, including all social media platforms and local and regional media
    ● Secure coverage of GMoA’s fundraising events, exhibition-related events, and educational offerings, among other initiatives and activities at GMoA
    ● Serve as GMoA spokesperson for TV appearances, radio interviews, etc.
    ● Assist with copywriting for press releases, marketing materials, and other forms of media outreach, as assigned
    ● Work with tourism and hospitality partners, as well as key arts, community, and business organizations to promote the GMoA as a cultural destination
    ● Assist with brand enforcement and amplification, ensuring consistency of design and messaging for all marketing campaigns and communications
    ● Schedule and lead meetings with the ad-hoc GMoA Marketing Committee to provide input on overall marketing strategies for GMoA as well as marketing calendars
    ● Work with GMoA staff and committee members to develop and administer marketing calendars
    ● Update GMoA’s website with information about exhibitions, events, programs, and more
    ● Provide front-desk assistance once/week, including greeting visitors, answering phone calls, etc.
    ● Serve on community-based arts committees, including the First Friday Artwalk committee

    ● Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in marketing, communications, event planning, or other fields represented by the job description and responsibilities
    ● A minimum of one year of progressive, professional experience in a relevant field/profession
    ● Excellent communication, interpersonal, and writing skills
    ● Strong organizational skills, with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects at once
    ● Strong understanding of Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite software (experience using Microsoft Publisher or Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop preferred)
    ● Strong understanding and experience utilizing all social media platforms to disseminate information and generate interest

    The starting salary is $38,000. All full-time employees are eligible for up to $300/monthly reimbursement for health insurance and up to 3% match into a Simple IRA retirement account. Full-time employees receive 14+ days off annually for major holidays, 3 weeks of annual leave, and 1 week of sick leave. Full-time employees are also eligible to receive 12 weeks of job-protected family and medical leave for specified family and medical reasons, including 8 weeks of paid leave.

    To Apply:
    Interested candidates should electronically submit a cover letter, updated resume, and three professional references to executivedirector@gmoa.org by 5pm on Wednesday, July 31, 2024. Review of applications will begin on August 1, with initial interviews to be held in early August, though this is subject to change. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    The Greenville Museum of Art (GMA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

    Apply Via: executivedirector@gmoa.org

    Salary: 38000

  • 16 Jun 2024 7:46 AM | Anonymous

    [Listing expires 6/16/2024]

    Organization Name: City of Raleigh - Historic Resources and Museum Program

    Organization Website: https://raleighnc.gov/parks/places/city-raleigh-museum

    Job Description 

    This position is being re-advertised to provide a brief extension for applications to be submitted through Sunday, June 16 at 11:59 PM.

    Candidates who have previously submitted an application and were referred to the hiring manager are still being considered and do not need to reapply.

    The City of Raleigh is looking for an innovative and visionary leader to direct the City of Raleigh and the Dr. M.T. Pope House Museum located in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. The COR Museum Director serves as the chief executive officer for both institutions and is responsible for all facets of curation, exhibits, operations, planning, and programs, as well as advising city wide cultural enterprises. The COR Museum Director supports an affiliate private museum friend 501(c)(3) organization tasked with fundraising for the museum. The COR Museum Director will also support programs at the future John P. “Top” Greene African American Cultural Center and South Park Heritage Walk, currently under design and scheduled to open in 2028. The COR Museum Director reports directly to the Museum Section Head within the Historic Resources and Museum Program (HRM) Program.

    The HRM Program employs 15 full time staff, ~100 part-time staff, and ~350-400 volunteers and is administratively divided into three sections: museums, historic sites, and historic attractions. It offers a diverse system of operations and programs ranging from actively run museums and historic sites, to moving facilities aboard the Raleigh Trolley program, to archaeological resources at the nationally designated Latta University Historic Park. Currently, the City of Raleigh HRM Program manages, protects, and programs the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department's cultural assets for the current and future use and enjoyment of the citizens of Raleigh. The HRM Program is responsible for both programs and operations at Borden Building, City of Raleigh Museum, Dr. M.T. Pope House Museum, Fred Fletcher Amphitheater and Stone Circle at Fletcher Park, John P. “Top” Greene Community Center, Latta University Historic Park, Moore Square, Mordecai Historic Park, Pullen Park Historic Attractions, the Raleigh Trolleys, Tucker House, and stewardship of the John Chavis Memorial Park carousel.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    Oversees revenue and expenditure accounts for City of Raleigh Museum and the Dr. MT Pope House Museum.
    Provides administrative and management support to identified cultural facilities and assets that shall include, but not limited to program maintenance, staff supervision, administrative management, and facility operations.
    Directly supervises one (1) full time report at the City of Raleigh Museum and two (2) permanent part-time staff at the City of Raleigh Museum and the Dr. MT Pope House Museum. Approves full-time and part-time payroll, coordinates work schedules.
    Responsibilities include training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
    Reviews all programs, special events, and classes prior to implementation. Oversees development and distribution of marketing materials within departmental guidelines.
    Promotes programs, special events, and recruitment of staff through presentations to universities, local organizations, and civic groups.
    Works with other Department and City program areas to develop and implement new and innovative Cultural programs for the public.
    Supports public/private partnerships.
    May assist the City in cleanup and repair during inclement weather situations.
    Typical Qualifications
    Education and Experience:
    Bachelor's degree in museum studies, education, history, public history, architectural history or equivalent


    Master's degree in museum studies, education, history, public history, architectural history, design and/or specific content area or field of expertise, or equivalent preferred.

    Five years of relevant experience. Applicants may also substitute additional relevant education for the required education and experience.

    Computer Skills
    Working knowledge of spreadsheet software, word processing software. Experience using RecTrac payment software, PAST Perfect artifact software, and/or PeopleSoft business software considered a plus.


    Valid North Carolina Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record

    Hiring Salary Range: 52,858.00 - $67,000.00

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  • 16 Jun 2024 7:39 AM | Anonymous

    [Listing Expires 7/5/2024]

    Organization Name: NC Museum of History 

    Organization Website: https://www.ncmuseumofhistory.org/

    Job Description

    The Education Section at the North Carolina Museum of History engages visitors of all ages, allowing them to discover, learn, and connect with North Carolina history in meaningful ways. The Adult Education Programs Intern will work closely with the Adult Education Programs Coordinator in all aspects of adult programming. The intern is also expected to work with staff members from all sections of the museum, including executive-level staff, when necessary.
    The intern will gain valuable behind-the-scenes experience in assisting with the setup and implementation of both virtual and on-site lectures, author talks, curator talks and other adult programs. The intern will also assist with and gain experience making these programs accessible to a wider audience through caption and video editing.

    The Adult Education Programs Intern will assist with the following tasks:

    • Scheduling Zoom webinars and meetings for upcoming meetings and programs
    • Editing captions from previously recorded adult education programs using YouTube and Zoom captioning
    • Assisting the adult educator with virtual adult education programs, including serving as a co-host on Zoom platforms
    • Assisting with setup and implementation of in-person education programs
    • Attending Education Section meetings
    • Attending necessary meetings associated with adult programs
    • Other duties as assigned

    Skills Needed

    The Adult Education Programs Intern must:

    • Have excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, and attention to detail
    • Be able to work both collaboratively and independently
    • Have strong computer skills; experience with Zoom and caption editing is preferred
    • Have excellent visitor services skills and the ability to engage effectively with museum visitors of diverse backgrounds
    • Have knowledge of/experience in public history, history, museum studies, anthropology, archaeology, art history, education, and related disciplines and seek to gain hands-on experience in museum-related work

    Time Commitment

    This internship is hybrid, with the intern allowed to telework for a portion of their duties with some on-site work required. While the work schedule is flexible dependent on the successful candidate’s academic requirements and availability, some evening and weekend availability is preferred.

    Hiring Salary Range: Unpaid internship

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  • 19 May 2024 8:23 AM | Anonymous

    [Listing expires 7/30/2024]

    Organization Name: Wake Forest Historical Museum

    Organization Website: https://wakeforestmuseum.org/

    Job Description Summary

    This position is responsible for guiding the development of a new interpretive plan for the Calvin Jones House. It is funded through a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Public Impact Projects for Smaller Organizations (PIPS) grant. The position will provide an emerging public history professional with experience in interpretive programming, exhibit development, and museum evaluation. The Interpretive Fellow will research and draft a new interpretive plan, evaluate project progress, and facilitate communication between staff, advisory groups, and other stakeholders.

    This position will work at the Wake Forest Historical Museum located at 414 North Main Street in downtown Wake Forest, North Carolina.
    Job Description

    Essential Functions:

    Create a comprehensive interpretive plan for the Dr. Calvin Jones House, including reviewing relevant humanities scholarship and identifying interpretive themes.
    Develop a multi-stage evaluation plan and manage project progress.
    Facilitate communication between staff, advisory groups, and other stakeholders.
    Lead community listening sessions and focus groups to collect stakeholder feedback and test interpretive themes.
    Other Functions:

    Lead regular guided tours of the Dr. Calvin Jones House.
    Greet museum visitors during normal operating hours.
    Required Education, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

    Bachelors degree
    Outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate well with people of all ages, demographics, backgrounds, and ability levels.
    Experience in public speaking.
    Experience with anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion practices.
    Experience planning, organizing, and conducting historical research.
    Record of working positively with community partners.
    Self-motivated and able to work independently.
    Strong interest in pursuing a career in museums.
    Preferred Education, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

    Currently pursuing or a recent graduate of an MA or PhD in public history, history, historic preservation, cultural heritage, American studies, African American studies, museum studies, archaeology, education, or a related field.
    Knowledge of North Carolina history, African American history and culture, and the history of higher education and religion in the United States.
    Experience reading historical documents, especially nineteenth-century handwriting.
    1-2 year’s experience working within a museum or historic preservation organization.

    Responsible for own work
    Physical Requirements:

    Sedentary work primarily involves sitting/standing; communicating with others to exchange information; repeating motions that may include the wrists, hands, and/or fingers; and assessing the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
    Environmental Conditions:

    No environmental conditions

    This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job-related instructions and perform job-related duties as may be reasonably assigned by the employee’s supervisor.

    To help provide a safe learning and living community, Wake Forest University conducts background investigations and drug screens for all final candidates being considered for employment.

    Wake Forest seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce and encourages qualified candidates across all group demographics to apply. Wake Forest University is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in employment for individuals with disabilities.

    Additional Job Description

    Time Type Requirement

    Part time
    Note to Applicant:
    This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job-related instructions and perform job-related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

    In order to provide a safe and productive learning and living community, Wake Forest University conducts background investigations and drug screens for all final staff candidates being considered for employment.

    Wake Forest seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce while promoting an inclusive work environment committed to excellence in the spirit of Pro Humanitate. In adherence with applicable laws and as provided by University policies, the University prohibits discrimination in its employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, disability and veteran status and encourages qualified candidates across all group demographics to apply. ​

    Hiring Salary Range: $25/hour

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  • 14 Dec 2023 1:00 PM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 07/31/2024]
    Organization Name: Preservation Greensboro Incorporated
    Organization Website: www.preservationgreensboro.org

    The Executive Director of Preservation Greensboro Inc. is responsible for creating an atmosphere in which volunteers and staff can successfully meet the objectives of the organization’s mission. This action-oriented professional is responsible for day-to-day leadership, financial management, and growth of the organization. S/he will cultivate and sustain a strong team-oriented culture with an emphasis on collaboration, results, and accountability. A successful Executive Director will ensure organizational financial sustainability, maintain a reputation for excellence, and identify opportunities for mission-related impact in the community.

    Key Responsibilities

    Strategic Leadership

    Provides inspired and motivating leadership to the Board of Directors, staff and volunteers; mobilizing the varied talents and resources available to plan for and deliver growth in mission impact. This involves developing overall goals, timelines, and budgets in partnership with the Board and ensuring goals are achieved and performance meets or exceeds expectations.


    Leads the execution of strategic revenue plans to drive diverse and sustainable growth; consistently delivering against established revenue/expense targets. This includes ensuring that the responsibilities and accountabilities are well-defined in the functions of relationship management, cultivation, stewardship, and pipeline development.

    Board Recruitment; Development

    Nurtures ongoing development of an engaged and high-performing board by fostering mutual trust and respect, emphasizing shared leadership and responsibility, and providing thoughtful reflection on performance. Keeps board leadership current on all PGI communications and programs.

    Public Policy and Advocacy

    Positions PGI as an effective, vital, historic preservation organization. Represents Preservation Greensboro at all appropriate public meetings and functions and makes effective public presentations. Establishes and maintains relationships with key individuals in both the public and private sectors. Works for strong communications with local elected officials and related nonprofit organizations.

    Marketing, Communications and Public Relations

    Oversees the development of all promotional and communications strategies. Leads all public relations efforts and serves as the Preservation Greensboro spokesperson.

    Staff and Financial Management

    Establishes administrative policies and procedures for all day-to-day functions and operations for a full-time staff of three plus contracted services. Preserves the fiscal responsibility by operating within the approved budget; maximizing resource utilization and maintaining financial records and forecast reports. Oversees submission to the board of annual and monthly statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization. Performs personnel management functions including but not limited to performance management, training, supervision, and hiring/termination.

    Desired Qualifications

    ● At least 5 years’ professional nonprofit experience, with a clear record of achievement in a complex, mission-driven organization; minimum of 2 years in a supervisory capacity preferred.

    ● Bachelor's degree in disciplines related to business, public administration, communications, planning, and/or historic preservation. Advanced degree in historic preservation or related fields is preferred.

    ● Record of success in a fundraising leadership role, particularly in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations of influence including funders, partner agencies, and volunteers. It is anticipated PGI will conduct a capital campaign in the near future so professional or volunteer experience is a plus.

    ● Experience with managing a preservation revolving fund and/or preservation projects is desired.

    ● Strong financial management skills including budget preparation, analysis, decision making, and reporting.

    ● Exceptional management skills and the ability to inspire, lead, and motivate a talented staff team; developing and sustaining an inclusive and respectful work environment through all interactions with staff and volunteers.

    ● Ability to be a passionate spokesperson/representative of PGI’s mission.

    ● High degree of energy, integrity, transparency, and creativity.

    ● Proven track record of success and accomplishments.

    Hiring Salary Range: $70,000-80,000

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