Museum Curator, Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Galeton
Interested in environmental and industrial history? Hands-on curatorial work? The PA Lumber Museum in beautiful Potter County is looking for an experienced curator to manage, interpret, and care for a variety of collections including archival and library material, two historic buildings, and outdoor exhibits related to the history of logging and Pennsylvania’s forests.
The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum (part of the PA Historical and Museum Commission’s Trails of History) collects, preserves, and interprets the history of Pennsylvania’s forests and forest industries and their role in the cultural and economic growth of the Commonwealth and the nation. Notable exhibits include Challenges and Choices in Pennsylvania’s Forests, which tells the story of “Penn’s Woods” from the Native Americans and European settlers through today; a recreated late nineteenth century lumber camp and sawmill with operational steam-powered saw; Shay logging locomotive; and a Barnhardt log loader. A sustainable forestry trail illustrates on-going efforts to maintain Pennsylvania’s forests. Special events introduce the public to lost skills such as log rolling and birling.
The curator will be responsible for managing, interpreting, and caring for approximately 4,000 artifacts; 90 cubic feet of archival material, including photographs, manuscripts, maps, and ephemera; a 4,000 volume research library; two historic buildings; indoor and outdoor exhibits; and the historic landscape. Work includes evaluating and recommending additions to (accessions) and deletions from (deaccessions) the collection; cataloging; inventory; documenting, identifying, and resolving numbering problems; and collections care and storage. In cooperation with site staff, the curator interprets collections, exhibits, buildings, and landscape for the public and researches, plans, and installs new exhibits.
Salary range is $49,076.00 – $74,641.00 Annually
Information on eligibility and instructions on applying for this posting are on the Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/pabureau/jobs/2140801/museum-curator-history-2 .
Director of Marketing and Communications, York County History Center, York
The York County History Center, a cultural non-profit located in downtown York, PA, seeks an innovative, motivated Director of Marketing and Communications to support the organization’s transformation into a significant county-wide and regional cultural destination. As such, the director will lead an integrated marketing and communications strategy focused upon developing creative and dynamic campaigns expanding brand awareness through multiple platforms. The director’s core responsibilities include marketing to increase general attendance; specific program, exhibit and event promotion; communications materials; sponsorship solicitation; and supporting community relations. Balancing traditional marketing for current audiences with a strong technical background in social media and video to attract new audiences is vital to success.
Candidates will have a Master’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, History, Journalism, or similar discipline and 5-7 years of direct experience with supervisory skills. Design, technology and social media skills are highly desirable. Experience in or affinity for history is desirable. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a team, and manage multiple projects to maximize marketing and communication efforts is key to a successful candidacy.
The York County History Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate because of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital or family status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, military veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. By August 31th please submit a resume, writing sample and campaign or design examples to: Director of Marketing & Communications Search, York County History Center, 250 E. Market St., York, PA 17403. Electronic submissions are welcome at email@example.com. No phone calls, please. www.yorkhistorycenter.org
Assistant Director of Digital Marketing, Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia
Hours: Full time, hours vary with events, overtime exempt.
Description: The Assistant Director of Digital Marketing creates marketing content to support Independence Seaport Museum. S/he works on department strategy and implementation of marketing materials, such as social media, emails, websites, videos, and advertising content for digital media. S/he also assists with PR and media relations as needed.
- Excellent writing, editing, and research skills, and ability to frame and draft compelling messages required.
- Proficient with Adobe Design Suite, basic HTML, and CSS.
- Strong project-management and organizational skills.
- Experience in education or nonprofit strongly preferred.
- Experience with press and media relations preferred.
- Experience working through a website launch that significantly enhanced user experience a plus.
- Minimum of 2-3 years of experience in website management, content strategy, and/or digital marketing.
- The ideal candidate will be flexible, resourceful, detail-oriented, and proactive with strong interpersonal skills and a sense of humor.
- Develop digital cultivation strategies and ensure marketing tactics are implemented on time and within budget.
- Serve as website producer ensuring consistency of website content and strategy across digital properties.
- Oversee Independence Seaport Museum’s email and social media marketing efforts.
- Serve as key point of contact for email vendor and digital advertising outlets.
- Regularly audit Independence Seaport Museum’s digital content and develop strategies, production timelines and asset requirements to keep content fresh and timely.
- Research and recommend features, functions, and solutions to create compelling digital content that enhances Independence Seaport Museum’s ability to reach and engage a broader constituency.
- Ensure integration of content across channels.
- Manage multi-channel digital campaign calendar, collaborating closely with colleagues across departments.
- Manage internal production for updates to Independence Seaport Museum websites including planning, process and policy development, monitoring, and metrics and reporting.
- Coordinate regular team meetings to ensure digital marketing and web strategies are aligned with organizational priorities and events.
- Define and manage SEO/SEM strategies to increase search engine rankings.
- Manage metrics reporting and analysis of the website performance and online communications efforts.
- Other duties as assigned.
To apply: Send a brief cover letter, two work samples, and your resume in an e-mail to Alexis Furlong at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls.
Independence Seaport Museum deepens the appreciation, understanding, and experience of the Philadelphia region’s waterways through history, science, art, and connecting communities. For more information, please visit phillyseaport.org.
Independence Seaport Museum is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in its visitors, board, and staff. The museum does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class status. People demonstrating a commitment to diversity and multiculturalism in education are encouraged to apply.
Lead Museum Experience Coordinator, Please Touch Museum, Philadelphia
How would you like to be part of a Museum Experience team of the most beloved children’s museum in Philadelphia? Now is your chance to represent a nonprofit organization that changes a child’s life as they discover the power of learning through play. Please Touch Museum (the Children’s Museum of Philadelphia), seeks an experienced, energetic, and dynamic Lead Museum Experience Coordinator(LMEC) to provide support for the Manager, Museum Experience to ensure all exhibit areas are adequately staffed; handles customer services issues, administrative duties and addresses unforeseen changes in the schedule and/or the Museum’s needs. The LMEC serves as an ambassador for the Museum, greeting guests and addressing guest’s needs. LMEC will have a work schedule of Tuesday- Saturday.
Other responsibilities include but are not limited to: attending various planning meetings; engage with guests performing a daily 5-star experience; lead by example to demonstrate educational play facilitation; assist as needed on the floor to provide added support; prepare schedules and assist with delegating rescheduling needs and exhibitory staff changes; preparing morning 8:30 a.m. Museum Experience training meetings; co-conduct morning and end of the day meetings; provide administrative support such as but not limited to: creating daily/monthly schedules, creating workflow of discovery programs; assist in hiring, orienting, training, and appraising staff; train staff in exhibit and program content, customer services, and museum engagement; be the lead with school groups and birthday parties; ensures that each guest receives outstanding guest services by acknowledging visitors and answering questions; address staff issues; assist with training, onboarding and orientation of new staff ; assume role of MOD in the absence of Manager; and supporting and training volunteers.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Fine Arts, Museum Education/ Studies or related field required; 1-3 years’ experience working in a professional hospitality venue by demonstrating professionalism, flexibility, great play skills, administrative skills and top-notch customer service preferable in a children’s museum setting; one year plus of experience demonstrating excellent administrative skills; highly experience working with young children & adults in a cultural inclusionary institution setting required; able to train staff on exhibits; proven excellent time management, attendance and project management skills; excellent computer skills; proven ability to handle customer questions and complaints with professionalism; ability to think proactively about the best way to solve a customer service problem; must be able to maintain an energetic performance throughout the day; demonstrates excellence and competence, collaboration, innovation and commitment to the mission of the Museum; proven excellent verbal and written communication skills required; willingness to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, evenings and holidays and bilingual skills a plus.
Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Fine Arts, Museum Education/ Studies
To be honest; PTM is not for everyone. If you dislike a fun educational environment and a collaborative workforce, then PTM is probably not for you. If you do like an excellent time off package and competitive salary, please apply. To apply for this opportunity, please mail your cover letter, accomplishments and resume to: Human Resources Dept., Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia, PA 19131; fax to: (215)-581-3182; Email: email@example.com. Office phone: 215-581-3189 EOE
Web Content Manager, Science History Institute, Philadelphia
The Science History Institute is recruiting for the full-time position of Web Content Manager for our dynamic website. The Web Content Manager will be responsible for creating and/or gathering web content, improving website functionality and information architecture, and increasing and analyzing user engagement. The Web Content Manager will also participate in content strategy discussions and make recommendations for improvements to the website.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Three to five years of professional work experience as a web content manager, web managing editor, web strategist, digital account or project manager.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
- Previous experience with a robust CMS. Experience with Drupal is a plus.
- Fundamental understanding of HTML/CSS concepts and SEO best practices.
- Solid knowledge of best practices in web design, navigation, usability, digital marketing, and coding standards.
- Demonstrated record of success in executing web projects with cultural or educational institutions.
- Proficiency in Google Analytics and other reporting tools.
- Experience with e-mail marketing.
- Exceptional customer service skills with the ability to work with internal staff members and with external vendors.
- Strong project management skills, including the ability to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously while maintaining attention to detail.
- Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
To be considered for this position, please send cover letter with salary expectations, CV/resume, contact information for 3 professional references, and links to recent work and/or writing samples to:WebContentMgr2018@sciencehistory.org
– Science History Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer –About the OrganizationFormed by the merger of the Chemical Heritage Foundation and the Life Sciences Foundation, the Science History Institute collects and shares the stories of innovators and of discoveries that shape our lives. We preserve and interpret the history of chemistry, chemical engineering, and the life sciences. Headquartered in Philadelphia, with offices in California and Europe, the Institute houses an archive and a library for historians and researchers, a fellowship program for visiting scholars from around the globe, a community of researchers who examine historical and contemporary issues, an acclaimed museum that is free and open to the public, and a state-of-the-art conference center. For more information, visit www.sciencehistory.org
Museum Educator, National Constitution Center, Philadelphia
Reporting to: Director of Visitor Experience
Department: Visitor Experience and Education
FLSA Status: Full-Time/ Non-Exempt
Location: Independence Mall, 525 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
National Constitution Center: Our Vision
The National Constitution Center envisions a more perfect union where “We the People” know our Constitution, celebrate our freedoms, embrace our role as citizens and inspire the world.
National Constitution Center: Our Mission
Illuminate Constitutional ideals and inspire acts of citizenship.
The Museum Educator provides outstanding interpretation of exhibitions and delivery of shows and demonstrations. The Educator facilitates and presents programs and activities for school and adult groups as well as the general public on a daily basis. The Educator provides engaging content and superior customer service to ensure an exceptional visitor experience. Educator works with the public in a dynamic museum setting to translate complex historic information into fun and exciting concepts.
Responsibilities & Duties
• Present dynamic, interactive shows and activities on a daily basis
• Provide direct service to museum visitors by discussing and interpreting all exhibitions, shows, and demonstrations
• Participate in other programs, including, but not limited to, Traveling History and civics shows
• Assist with supervising and training part-time, volunteer, and intern staff on exhibitions, activities, and shows
• Participate in special events for the Center as needed and assigned
• Assist visitors in general museum needs to achieve excellence in customer service
• Assist with developing educational daily programming as needed and assigned
• Perform other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree in history, education, or other related field required
Experience and comfort level with public speaking required
Knowledge of and/or interest in American history and government required
Must be outgoing, friendly, and comfortable working with a diverse group of people
Must be willing/able to travel
Ability to work weekends, evening hours, or holidays as needed and assigned
• Position requires extensive walking, climbing stairs, and standing for long periods of time
• Some moderate lifting, fifty (50) pounds or less, may be required on a frequent basis
• Interpersonal Relations – Establishes rapport with others at all organizational levels; shows respect for others; considers and responds to the needs, feelings, and capabilities of others; establishes and maintains an open dialogue with others; works with others in a healthy and productive way
• Customer Service/Teamwork – Is dedicated to internal and external customer service; committed to the Center’s customer service standards, regardless of position; is able to work independently or as part of a dynamic team
• Communication – Oral and written communication expresses ideas and facts in a clear and understandable manner appropriate for the individual or group; listens to and comprehends what others are saying
• Self-Management – Assesses own skills and abilities and identifies areas for improvement; willingly accepts constructive feedback; can work independently, or as part of a dynamic team; is able to produce under tight deadlines; can successfully handle multiple projects; possesses excellent organizational skills
• Personal Integrity and Professional Conduct – Demonstrates dependability, honesty, integrity, trustworthiness, and credibility; models appropriate professional behavior; accepts responsibilities for own actions; maintains confidentiality; upholds ethical standards
• Adaptability – Adjusts, modifies own behavior, remains flexible in response to changing situations and environments, new or rapidly changing information, and unexpected obstacles;
maintains high performance, emotional composure, objectivity, and balanced perspective under pressure and shifting priorities
• Organizational Awareness – Uses the organization’s formal and informal social, political, and technical structures to build relationships, negotiate solutions and accomplish goals. Stays open-minded, embracing key elements of diverse perspectives, adapting strategies as needs, expectations or the organizational climate evolve. Gets positive results for clients and/or visitors and other stakeholders, based on accurate assessments of what is realistic and whose support is essential.
Equal Opportunity Employment
• The National Constitution Center is committed to equal employment opportunity. It is our policy to encourage and support equal employment for all employees and applicants without regard to age, sex, race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, individual genetic information, disabled veteran or Vietnam Era Veteran status.
Americans with Disabilities Act
• Applicants as well as employees who are, or become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job functions either unaided or with reasonable accommodation. The organization shall determine reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis in accordance with applicable law.
• The above statements reflect the general duties and responsibilities considered necessary to perform the essential functions of the job. This document should not be considered a fully detailed description of all the work requirements of the positions. Other duties may be assigned that are not listed in the above description and the Center may change the specific job duties with or without prior notice based on the needs of the organization.
To apply, please visit constitutioncenter.org/careers
We offer Medical, vision, dental, PTO, company paid life insurance, STD & LTD, and 401k profit sharing.
Specialist, Visitor Services, Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia
The Specialist, Visitor Services is an exemplary member of Eastern State’s full time Visitor Services staff. He or she demonstrates the ability to deliver excellent customer service.
The Specialist, Visitor Services is responsible for directly managing the historic site, at least one day per week. This includes monitoring operations and safety and day-to-day management of frontline staff.
At least one day a week the Specialist, Visitor Services will act as Front of House Supervisor overseeing the operations of the front of house (admission, museum store and the two orientation points: Gatehouse and Gravel Beach).
All other days the Specialist, Visitor Services’ daily tasks will include processing admissions and selling merchandise, greeting visitors, explaining various programming options, distributing audio equipment, and performing basic maintenance and upkeep.
The Specialist, Visitor Services is positive and supportive of Eastern State and its programs; will assist in training new staff and serves as a role model for all frontline staff members. The Specialist, Visitor Services position is full time. Full time is defined as working four or more days a week throughout the year.
Cash handling and customer service experience required.
Passion for providing an exceptional visitor experience.
Prior leadership experience required.
Should be skilled in problem-solving, multitasking and time management.
A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience is preferred.
Experience working in a museum/historic site setting is a plus.
Salary and benefits: Competitive salary and benefits.
Please send a resume and cover letter to Shelly Sickbert, Associate Director Visitor Services and Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your cover letter, explain why you are passionate about providing an exceptional visitor experience. The deadline for applications is Friday, August 17, 2018 at 5:00 pm. No phone calls please.
Curator of Academic Affairs and Community Engagement, Franklin and Marshall College, Phillips Museum of Art, Lancaster
Franklin & Marshall College, founded in 1787, is a highly selective, private, liberal arts college known for academic rigor, opportunities for faculty-student research and its commitment to helping each student reach their full potential. The College enrolls more than 2,300 undergraduate students from throughout the U.S. and around the world.
The campus is located in a residential neighborhood in Lancaster, PA, a vital, historic city in a county of over 500,000 residents, with easy access to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, and Washington, D.C. Lancaster offers both a diverse, urban environment and lush, rolling farmland. Residents enjoy charming historic districts and historical landmarks, a vibrant arts and cultural scene, and dining and shopping to suit every taste.
About the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin and Marshall College:
The Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin and Marshall College is a forum for the creative process and fosters an understanding and appreciation of the arts. It serves as a cultural and educational resource the college campus and the larger Lancaster community and will play a key role along with other college departments in the Winter Fine Arts Building scheduled to be open in 2019. The largest fine arts museum in Lancaster, the Museum is located inside the Steinman College Center, which Minoru Yamasaki designed in 1976. In 2011, the College renovated and expanded the Museum to current its configuration of three floors, four galleries, a sculpture garden, a classroom, along with professional offices and workspaces. The museum has a collection of approximately 8,000 objects and is broad and eclectic, consisting of fine art, decorative art and ethnographic materials. Its exhibition and educational programming is robust with between 8-12 exhibitions and 20-25 programs per year.Job Description:
Franklin & Marshall College’s Phillips Museum of Art is seeking an energetic and dynamic collaborator with a solid art and or humanities background and a passion for working with the campus community. The Curator of Academic Affairs and Community Engagement is part of a staff of six that ensures the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin and Marshall College and its presence in the Winter Fine Arts Center is central to campus life and the academic program as well as its outreach to the greater Lancaster community. Reporting to the Director of the Phillips Museum, this full-time, year-round position is primarily responsible for development of faculty and student focused exhibitions as well as programs and special projects that engage both the academic and larger Lancaster community. In this dual role, the Curator of Academic Affairs and Community Engagement will be a strategic collaborator and advocate for the Phillips Museum to position it as a diverse and vital center for learning.
As the Curator of Academic Affairs, the position develops a portfolio of faculty and student related exhibitions, in collaboration with various stakeholders as well as works with the Director on other exhibitions as appropriate. As Curator of Community Engagement, s/he works collaboratively with staff, students, faculty, artists, educators, and volunteers to develop exhibitions and programs to strengthen relationships between Phillips Museum and its partners on campus and in the community.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
Develop and facilitate a schedule of faculty and student based exhibitions and related programming. Most exhibitions should be curated in partnership with faculty & students to support the academic program and strengthen relationships between Phillips Museum and its partners on campus and in the community.
Maintain and invigorate existing partnerships to reach new audiences both directly, through programming efforts, and indirectly, through incorporation of new ideas and learning into relevant curricula.
Work closely with the Phillips Museum staff to achieve its common goals in a collaborative manner often under tight timelines.
Work with the Director in the logistics of the larger exhibition program and its goals and outcomes, create and maintain timelines.
Teach a museum-based course as conditions and time permit.
Lead the student engagement program by recruiting, training and mentoring student staff, interns and volunteers
Write and prepare requisite exhibition texts, labels, catalogs, and promotional materials.
Act as the liaison with the College’s communications department and facilitate exhibition and educational materials for design and fabrication.
In conjunction with the Director, work to engage museum professionals, especially in college museums and regional museums, and advocate for the Phillips Museum on and off the Franklin & Marshall College campus.
A successful candidate for this position will:
Understand and implement up-to-date best exhibition and educational practices.
Maintain a positive attitude and admirable work ethic
Demonstrate ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, visitors, volunteers, donors, professional colleagues, and other members of the community.
Be a self-starter and display ingenuity and flexibility in the event of unexpected situations.
To learn more about the The Phillips Museum, please click here HERE.
Full-time members of the Franklin & Marshall College professional staff receive competitive starting pay and a comprehensive benefits package that includes health coverage, dental, vision, generous retirement savings plan contributions, education benefits for employees, spouses and dependent children, and enjoy access to all College facilities including dining venues to suit all tastes, recreation and fitness facilities, and libraries, plus access to College performances, lectures, and events.
Master’s degree in art, museum studies, or a related field and 5+ years professional museum or arts engagement experience required.
Five+ years’ experience curating museum exhibitions and educational programs required.
Demonstrated knowledge in best professional museum exhibition and educational practices that place high value on public access to the arts.
Extensive knowledge of the contemporary art scene including strong relations with artists, curators and institutions.
Experience working in higher education or relevant experience working with a highly educated constituency or clientele desirable.
Demonstrated ability to design and implement public programs that engage and educate diverse audiences is essential.
Budget management experience and related grant funding experience is a plus.
Strong organizational, planning, writing, and teaching skills.
The ability and willingness to provide excellent service and to work in a collegial manner with students, faculty and staff, and other constituencies is essential.
Demonstrated capacity to work productively and collaboratively in a team environment with others to achieve the goals of a museum.
Must have excellent work habits, including a willingness to work the hours necessary to get the job done.
Excellent interpretive, writing, presentation/public speaking, and communication skills.
Must possess ability to maintain confidential information in a professional manner.
Capacity to work with high-achieving students and excellent faculty at a highly select liberal arts college.
Because this position requires driving for College business, the successful candidate must possess a U.S. or Canadian driver’s license which has been valid for at least two years, have a driving record that is free from excessive motor vehicle violations within the last three years, and have had no convictions in the last 24 months for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of reference checks, a criminal background verification, a motor vehicle records check, and verification of credentials. The College will coordinate these verifications.
Franklin & Marshall College is committed to having an inclusive campus community where all members are treated with dignity and respect. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the College does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices on the basis of gender/gender-identity, sex, race or ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, veteran’s status, genetic information, family or marital status, sexual orientation, or any other protected class.
Individuals who need an accommodation due to a disability in order to submit an application or attend an employment interview should contact Human Resources at (717) 358-3995.
Franklin & Marshall is proud to offer a smoke-free work environment.
All resumes and cover letters must be submitted via this online process. We regret we are unable to accept applications or resumes submitted via mail, email, or fax.
As you are submitting your application via this online process, please ensure that you provide an accurate email address. You will then receive an acknowledgment indicating that your application materials have been received.
Please click here for more information and to apply.
Seasonal Guest Support Assistants, Terror Behind the Walls, Eastern State Penitentiary and Historic Site, Philadelphia
Eastern State Penitentiary’s Terror Behind the Walls presented by Lukoil, the region’s largest haunted attraction, is seeking a patient, friendly, customer focused, and well-organized Guest Support Assistants for the 2018 season. This position assists the Manager, Group Sales and Guest Support with administrative and customer service duties for Terror Behind the Walls and daytime programming.
This is a seasonal position that starts after Labor Day to November 10. Training will take place during museum hours with the exception of two evenings. Once Terror Behind the Walls opens the hours change to 4pm-10pm or 6pm-10pm on weeknights and 11pm some weekends. The number of weekly hours vary based on the month. In September and November it is 5-10 per week while in October it is 10-20 hours. Pay $12.10 hour.
• Addresses Terror Behind the Walls and Eastern State’s daytime programming
inquires with utmost courtesy and enthusiasm by phone and e-mail.
• Answer guests’ questions answer about tickets, packages, add-ons and assists
with ticket exchanges and refunds
• Assists with group sales, which includes fielding inquiries, sending information,
invoices and confirmations to group leaders.
• Additional duties as required. These tasks may include, but are not limited to,
assisting with mass mailings, outbound sales calls and data mining.
• This position requires a friendly, upbeat attitude and an ability to focus in a
• Must be energetic, customer focused, hardworking, and be able to multitask.
• Experience with ticketing systems for cultural attractions or museums
preferable, but not required.
• Must be a fast learner. Must be willing to learn and memorize Terror Behind the
Walls show nights, group discount nights, prices, and policies in a relatively short
period of time.
• Must be computer literate.
• Must have experience working multiline phone systems. Must be comfortable
with being on the phone for lengthy periods.
Please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com by August 10,
2018. Please include your availability and include why you are interested in this
position. No phone calls please.
Corporate Sponsorship Coordinator, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
The Coordinator will: identify, solicit and secure corporate contributions and sponsorships that meet or exceed fiscal year fundraising goals, manage funder recognition and benefits, create thorough sponsor proposals and reports, manage database and prospect list reporting and maintenance, and create and develop best-in-class opportunities. Must have experience in sales and marketing. Must be highly proactive, creative, detail oriented,
capable of working autonomously and as a team. They will generate strategies to reach goal, will be held responsible for generating impactful revenue, and general upkeep of records. This individual will be expected to set and meet deadlines.
For a full job description and to apply, please click here.
The Senator John Heinz History Center, the largest history museum in Pennsylvania dedicated to history and an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is seeking an Events Coordinator.