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  • 28 Apr 2017 1:34 PM | Meg Hutchins

    The 1890 House Museum seeks a highly motivated, self-directed and creatively inclined individual to help lead the Museum into the future. The Assistant Museum Director exists as a museum professional at The 1890 House Museum and reports to the Museum Director. This position is guaranteed 15 hours per week. These hours are to be worked Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4 pm. Additional outside special events work as necessary.

    The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • ·         Assisting the Museum Director in all areas of the museum management.
    • ·         Opening and closing the museum and managing the front desk.
    • ·         Helping maintain and manage the museum website, calendars, social media outlets, and communication outlets.
    • ·         Giving public, private and school tours during on and off hours.
    • ·         Helping with interpretation and exhibition development.
    • ·         Managing volunteers.
    • ·         Helping maintain the building and grounds.
    • ·         Participating in grant writing efforts.
    • ·         Participating in historic preservation efforts for the museum.
    • ·         Attending Board meetings to support Coordinator and giving a report on the museum in the absence of the Museum Director.
    • ·         Staying up to date on best practices for museum management.
    • ·         Work on projects in area of focus (i.e. Exhibits, education, programming).

    Qualifications for Assistant Museum Director:

    • ·         Bachelor’s Degree or higher, History, Social Studies Education, Art History, Museum Studies or Historic Preservation preferred.

    Or

    • ·         Three years experience in Museum Administration/Management or museum work.

    Or

    • ·         Equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

    Successful candidates:

    • ·         Should be self-motivated, organized, flexible and detail-oriented.
    • ·         Should have leadership ability, strong writing skills, an enthusiasm for history, and the ability to communicate.
    • ·         Basic computer skills a must with experience with Wordpress, Publisher and social media outlets preferred.

                This job requires an Assistant Museum Director to be actively moving around the house and grounds and someone able to climb 4 flights of stairs. They should also be able to lift 40lbs and shovel snow.


    Those interested should email a cover letter and resume to the1890house@gmail.com with the subject line of Position Opening Interest.


    About the 1890 House Museum:

                The impressive limestone mansion, now called the 1890 House Museum, was once the home of 19th century Industrialist Chester F. Wickwire. Born in 1843, Chester grew up on the family farm in McGraw, east of Cortland. As a young man, he moved to Cortland and opened a grocery store on Main Street. Gradually, the grocery store became a hardware business. Chester’s brother, Theodore, joined him in the business. In 1873, the brothers received a carpet loom as payment for a debt. Adapting the loom to weave wire, Chester transformed the hardware store into a major manufacturing firm that would impact the nation. The 1890 House Museum holds tours, monthly programming, and hosts venue rentals. It is run by a part-time staff, a dedicated Board of Trustees and volunteers.

    The 1890 House Museum’s Mission Statement:

                The 1890 House Museum aims to promote and interpret the historical and cultural significance of this property to the public. The 1890 House seeks to collect, preserve, research, display, and interpret objects that promote local and national history of America’s cultural heritage during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 


  • 17 Apr 2017 9:56 AM | Alice Donahue

    The National Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD invites applications for the position of Museum Educator.

    Job Description:  The Museum Educator develops and executes educational and outreach programming.  This includes management of quarterly programs including workshops and the summer Pioneer Camp.  The Museum Educator works with educational professionals to promote state and regional STEM initiatives.  The Museum Educator oversees the museum tour program, including staffing and scheduling. This position is 30 hours a week.

    Requirements:  Bachelors Degree, Master’s preferred, in Museum Studies, Education, or STEM related field.  Minimum two years experience in museum education.  Familiarity with Maryland STEM curricula.  Candidate should be outgoing, have excellent communication skills, and be able to connect with people of a broad range of ages and interests.

    To apply email resume, letter of introduction, and three professional references to Mike Simons, Director at nemuseum.adm@gmail.com.

    www.nationalelectronicsmuseum.org


  • 05 Apr 2017 2:41 PM | Mark Sutherland

    Miller/Historian - Search Still Open (will remain posted until filled)

    The Historic Sites of the Morris County Park Commission seeks a dynamic individual to manage its Cooper Gristmill location in Chester, NJ.  The site is on the National and State Historic Registers.  The ideal candidate will develop and implement quality educational programs and events to a diverse audience. 

    As the Miller/Historian, the candidate plans, develops, presents, and supervises educational programs (including school, scout, home school, and adult programming), and all special event programming throughout the season.  The position requires the candidate to address the mechanical needs of this working historic water-powered gristmill by identifying, analyzing and fixing belts, gears, and other modern and/or historic equipment to operate the Mill.  This includes, but is not limited to evaluating and dressing millstones, monitoring water to the Mill from the adjacent millpond and the flume.   The ideal candidate assists with the development of a budget for the site, and will work with maintenance staff, and staff from other Morris County Park Commission historic sites as needed.  The Miller/Historian will evaluate programs and events to assure they are effective and meet educational standards and goals as defined by the New Jersey core curriculum standards. The chosen candidate will supervise assigned subordinate personnel and volunteers, and will wear period historic clothing during public programming hours.

    Qualifications:  The successful candidate will be a college graduate with a major program study in history, museum studies, or a related field, have a minimum of 3 year’s experience working in a gristmill, independently, or alongside an experienced Miller, the ability to fix, troubleshoot, and operate a working gristmill, and have a minimum of 3 years of experience developing and implementing educational programming and events in a historic setting.  The Miller/Historian works a flexible schedule, is computer literate, and able to lift 50 lbs.

    The position will begin no earlier than September 1, 2017, and will train alongside the current miller.  The chosen candidate must be a New Jersey resident within one year of being hired for the positon, and possess a valid NJ driver’s license.

    The position is full-time, 40 hours per week, including weekends and holidays as assigned.  Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to: Mark Sutherland, Manager of  Historic Sites, 73 Kahdena Road, Morristown, NJ  07960, or msutherland@morrisparks.net.  No phone calls please.  For more information about the Morris County Park Commission and the Cooper Gristmill, visit morrisparks.net or friendsoffosterfieldsandcoopermill.org.

    The Morris County Park Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • 07 Mar 2017 10:36 PM | Calvin Cobb

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    MUSEUM DIRECTOR- THE PEARL FINCHER MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

    SPRING, TEXAS

    Summary

    The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts (PFMFA; The Pearl) seeks an experienced, entrepreneurial, and business-minded individual to lead the museum during its next stage of growth.  The Director will be responsible for furthering the goals and mission of the Pearl and

    directing development, fundraising, marketing, general management, financial management, and fostering member/volunteer/docent/board relations of the PFMFA.  The Director will also be responsible for maintaining and fostering the museum’s image of exceptionalism.  The Director must be able to capitalize on the PFMFA’s existing strengths and provide leadership and management for the next chapter in the PFMFA’s history.  The Director is expected to be an active participant in the community and in all areas of responsibility.  The Museum Director is responsible to the Board of Directors and reports to the Chairman of the Board of Directors.

    About the Museum

    The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts opened to the public in March 2008.   The museum is a non-collecting museum located in Spring, Texas that serves the greater northwest Houston communities of over one million people.  It is the only museum of fine arts outside the central museum district of Houston.  Together with the Barbara Bush Branch Library, the Foundation for the Arts and Cultural Enrichment (FACE), and the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center, the PFMFA is part of the Cypress Creek Cultural District.  The museum has become an important social, cultural, and educational center for the area. 

    From its humble beginnings, the museum has progressed to being named the Houston Press Best Small Museum in 2010 and, again, in 2015.  The Houston Press stated, “The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts has snagged a Best Small Museum nod before. It wins again this year for the very simple reason that it's doing excellent work. The brilliance in its programming is that it showcases works rarely seen publicly from small, private collections held locally.”

    More than 185,000 visitors, including 60,000 school children, have visited the Pearl since its opening, experiencing world-class art.  The galleries have exhibited 46 shows since opening.  Exhibitions have ranged from exquisite European paintings, Texas paintings, Japanese objects, American paintings, contemporary pieces, African Gold, ceramics, pottery, glass, metal, recycled objects into art, Hispanic art, French collections, and many more.

    Vision

    To be the leading fine arts museum in greater Houston, outside the downtown museum district.

    Mission

    While upholding the highest ethical and professional museum standards, the Pearl’s mission is:

    • 1.     Provide direct, first-hand access to original works of art and other culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant objects to a regional, national, and international audience.
    • 2.     Offer outstanding and inclusive educational and public programming.

    Education has been a key element of our mission since the very beginning.  That vision has expanded to include school children to university students to senior adults.  The school program is outstanding, serving 8,000 children each year as part of their scheduled school field trips.  The museum has recently launched a leading-edge special needs program serving visually impaired and autistic children.

                                                                                                                                           

    The physical space of the museum encompasses about 11,000 square feet. The duration of each exhibition is approximately four months.  A strong volunteer base by an active Guild, docents, and community service organizations provides needed assistance in operations. 

    The Pearl is funded by grants from businesses and charitable foundations, donations from our dedicated donor base, and an Endowment Foundation.

    • A.   As Museum Director, manage the operational and administrative duties of the Pearl in an efficient and effective manner.
    • 1.     Oversee budget development and financial management; ensure the accuracy and integrity of complete financial and accounting records and reports.
    • 2.     Develop plans for exhibitions and programs including exhibition sponsorships.
    • 3.     Direct the personnel and employment of human resources that includes interviewing, hiring, training, encouraging, coaching, and disciplining and terminating employees.
    • 4.     Ensure the efficient operation and maintenance of the facility, including HVAC systems, technology systems, janitorial staff, and grounds maintenance.
    • 5.     Maintain and oversee the effective safety and security of the museum.
    • 6.     Enhance the PFMFA’s marketing program to raise awareness and grow audiences.
    • 7.     Facilitate the development of web-based marketing and strong social media presence.
    • 8.     Collaborate with community partners to enhance the arts in the Northwest Houston area.
    • 9.     Participate in Board meetings as Director and administrator of the museum.
    • B.    As Chief Fundraiser, engage vigorously and effectively in development and fundraising.
    • 1.     Consistent with the PFMFA’s current and long-term needs, lead fundraising events, annual fundraising initiatives, specific grant proposals, capital campaigns, and membership campaigns. 
    • 2.     Develop and monitor gift and endowment contributions for the Endowment Foundation.
    • 3.     Cultivate and strengthen relationships and communications with members, Board of Directors, donors, and supporters of the PFMFA.
    • 4.     Providing a high degree of visibility in the community, strengthening community relationships and serving as chief spokesperson for the PFMFA.
    • C.    As Chief Strategic Planner provide visionary leadership in long-range planning and implementation.
    • 1.     Advance the current long range plan established by the Board of Directors.
    • 2.     Lead the Board of Directors in an annual strategic plan update.
    • ·      Possession of a bachelor’s degree is required and an advanced degree preferred.
    • ·      Relevant executive experience working with a board of directors and leading a staff; minimum of five years of successful and progressive responsibility, executive experience in a museum environment.
    • ·      Exceptional skills in development, fundraising, marketing and financial management.
    • ·      Experience in successful grant writing.
    • ·      Strong skills in written and verbal communication and organization.
    • ·      Possess an entrepreneurial spirit, including the capacity to develop innovative strategies for income generation, audience-building, and programming.
    • ·      Possess the capacity to develop and maintain positive relationships with members, donors, and community constituents.
    • ·      Possess a strong work ethic and high level of energy.
    • ·      Compensation will range between $65,000 - $75,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience
    • ·      Attractive benefit package is provided

    To Apply:

    Send a letter of interest, resume, copy of college/graduate school transcripts and a list of three professional references with contact information by email to pearlfinchermuseum@gmail.com.  Position will remain open until filled; however, it is the desire of the Search Committee to have an approved candidate ready to assume the position in early May 2017.

  • 07 Mar 2017 3:28 PM | Elizabeth Meyer

    Position:

    Seattle-based MadArt, seeks an Art Studio Director to oversee the day-to-day operation of its venue, art exhibitions, and both artist and community relations. It's a one-of-its-kind entity, which seeks a very special curator to carry out the mission of its Founder, and seek and support the ways in which it brings art to the community in unexpected ways.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    In this full-time position, the Director is the day-to-day lead for the studio, general manager of the organization, and at all times fully supports the mission of the organization and its Founder.

    The Director’s job is cross-functional and includes strategic direction and curation for the organization, project management,  and people management.  Additionally, we seek an individual who has a strong hold on and familiarity with contemporary public art. 

    The Director is:

    • ·       A curator
    • ·       A liaison to artists and the general public
    • ·       Experienced in producing and running events and exhibitions
    • ·       Has excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • ·       Computer-literate and Mac- and Word-proficient (for calendars, spreadsheets, basic documents, Wordpress)
    • ·       Experienced in public speaking
    • ·       Able to work periodic evenings and weekend days

    The Director’s responsibilities extend throughout the following categories, but are not limited to:

    • Ø  Responsibilities to the Founder
    • ·       The Director works directly with the Founder in all operational capacities as needed to implement the organization’s vision and actualize projects.  The Director communicates directly with the Founder, and while collaborative decisions are preferred, final decisions rest with the Founder.
    • Ø  Project Management & Artist Liaison
    • ·       The Director is the primary point-of-contact for all projects initiated by the organization, as well as all projects brought into the organization via artists.  Projects may include shows at the studio, as well as those which are sponsored by the organization, but held at outdoor or supplemental locations.
    • ·       The Director is the primary point-of-contact for all artists brought in to work at the studio.  Once an artist is secure, the Director is artist’s liaison for all questions related to logistics for load-in and load-out, all communications related to artists work while it’s under this organization’s umbrella, and constant oversight of the artist while he/she is working in the studio.
    • Ø  Identifying New Artists
    • ·       The Director maintains a constant pulse on and knowledge of artists, keeping an eye out for artists whose work fits the criteria of work this organization supports. 
    • ·       The Director regularly reports to the Founder with a complete presentation of the potential artists for the studio space (this includes proactive research on those artists, gallery/studio/installation visits, online investigation/research, etc)
    • Ø  Studio/Venue Management
    • ·       The Director is responsible for the day-to-day running and upkeep of the organization’s artist studio space, as well as its use as a venue.
    • Ø  Staff Management
    • ·       The Director is responsible for the daily management of staff members/interns, and is at all times familiar with their workloads and responsibilities (this includes website oversight, social media + external communications, event coordination, space logistics), ensuring a seamless transition and effective coverage of all work at all times.  The Director also oversees all volunteers/docents and any/all work with partner organizations, as needed.

    (More detailed job description available to candidates selected to interview for the position)

    Necessary Qualities and Skills:

    • ·       Calm and friendly disposition in the workplace
    • ·       Poised and professional communicator (both in-person, and written).  Also read: excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • ·       Initiative-taker, but rule-follower
    • ·       Extremely detail-oriented and careful
    • ·       Comfortable with a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities, and due the fact that the organization is very small, lives by the “no job too big, no job too small” approach
    • Willingness and desire to accept and take on new challenges for professional growth
    • Strong customer service skills
    • ·       Ability to prioritize, and work well under deadlines
    • ·       Highly organized, with the ability to handle multiple priorities at once

    Necessary Experience:

    • ·       Bachelor’s degree
    • ·       Minimum of 5 years of professional experience
    • ·       Curation / curatorial experience
    • ·       Experience working with and/or knowledge of contemporary artists
    • ·       Experience working independently with minimal supervision, so as to (a) know it’s a work setting reality that works for you, and (b) prove your effectiveness working autonomously
    • ·       Proven ease establishing relationships with new co-workers. 

    Workday:

    • ·       Monday – Friday, business hours (approximately 8:30am – 5:00pm).  Will need to work weekends, occasionally, depending on artist shows (will know schedule well in advance)

    Salary:

    • ·       Salary: DOE  (To be discussed in-depth during interview process)


    Application instructions:
    *Please note: this position is being posted, and the interview process run through The Meyer Suite. The Art Studio Director will be employed by MadArt, not by The Meyer Suite.  But, all application materials are to be submitted through The Meyer Suite, as requested.

    PLEASE READ: In lieu of a formulaic cover letter, please answer the following questions within the body of your reply to Elizabeth@themeyersuite.com, and attach your resume.

    1. In what ways does this position description capture your attention and interest? Please include two points, and elaborate.
    2. Of the positions included in your resume, in which position were you most autonomous in your work?
    3. Are you a stronger manager of people or "work?" Please elaborate
    4. Your current or most recent employer would be devastated to see you go because _____? But they will support your decision to leave because they will not able to provide you ________?
    5. We will likely hire someone who is mid-career. You have some professional experience behind you, and you have years ahead of you. Based on where you are in your career now, what new experiences or responsibilities are you ready to accept, knowing you lack them now, but that they'll be instrumental to your work down the road?
    6. What do you want us to know about you that may not be obvious when we look at your resume?
    7. If your friends and associates were all asked to use one word to describe the way you work, most of them would use what word?
    8. Your target salary (There is a tendency to be vague, but please do not be vague. Your work has value and we want to know you know your value and non-negotiables.)

    Thank you for your time reviewing this job description and applying for the job. Due to the volume of responses we receive, we will not be able to acknowledge each application. If we feel you could be a good fit for this position, we will contact you. 


  • 06 Mar 2017 9:37 AM | Jill Barry

    Through interesting and engaging programs, Morven Museum & Garden’s Education and Public Programs Manager is responsible for the Museum achieving its audience development goals for adults, children, and families. Current scope includes the historic mansion and grounds, and in late spring 2018 the new Stockton Education Center will open.

    Duties

    • Serve as primary staff to the Education Committee of the Board of Trustees and its subset, the Family Programming ad hoc committee
    • Conceive, develop, and implement quality, appropriate general Museum programming in consultation with the Education Committee
    • Develop, and manage appropriate, family friendly programming in consultation with the Family Programming ad hoc Committee
    • Organize and oversee Morven’s signature education events such as: July 4th Jubilee, month-long Festival of Trees program including “Morning with Santa” and the British Encampment during the Battle of Princeton.
    • Using previously developed content, implement periodic home school programs
    • In conjunction and collaboration with curatorial and other staff, plan exhibition and collection related lectures and general programs including contacting and scheduling potential speakers/instructors as well as logistical planning
    • Coordinate with community partners like the Princeton Arts Council, Princeton Public Library, and others, to develop programs both on and off site that serve our mission.
    • Organize, recruit, train and evaluate Morven’s volunteer docent corps
    • Participate in identifying and writing grants or sponsorship proposals, including narratives and budgets
    • Participate in exhibition planning and interpretation to optimize the educational potential of installations and exhibitions
    • Aid in creating site-wide didactics, brochures, and other matter as appropriate, in conjunction with other museum staff members
    • Represent Morven at education-based events

    Administrative Duties

    • Responsible for the scheduling, oversight and implementation of assigned programs
    • Create and manage departmental budget
    • Other duties as needed

    Category/hours:   25-30 hours a week, permanent part time. Some evening and weekend work required.

    Qualifications

    • B.A. or B.S. in in Education, History, Museum Education, Museum Studies, or related discipline. M.A., M.S., or M.Ed. preferred, Museum experience preferred.

    To apply: 

    Mail a cover letter, resume, three references, and sample of a successful program to Education

    and Public Program Search, Morven Museum & Garden, 55 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ

    08540 or email with Education and Public Program Search in the subject line to

    Info@morven.org

    No Phone Calls.


  • 09 Feb 2017 1:51 PM | Ellen Adams

    Program Coordinator (Part-Time)

    Alice T. Miner Museum

    Chazy, New York

    Description: The program coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of educational and cultural programs at the Alice T. Miner Museum and at off-site locations. The coordinator will work with schools, community organizations, and other historic/cultural institutions in the region to create programming that draws diverse audiences to the museum and helps strengthen the museum’s position as a center for community activity.

    Duties:

    • Researches, develops, schedules, and presents programs for adults and children, on- and off-site
    • Publicizes and promotes events using social media and other outlets
    • Maintains a calendar of events and communicates with local media and tourism promotion organizations
    • Conducts tours of the museum for individuals and groups
    • Assists the Director/Curator in training and supervising volunteers
    • Assists the Director/Curator with other duties as needed

    Qualifications:

    • B.A. in history, public history, education, or other related field
    • Experience in public programming at a museum, historic site, or similar venue
    • Knowledge of general philosophy, principles, and practices of history museums
    • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing
    • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with organizations, volunteers, and the public

    About the Alice T. Miner Museum: Opened in 1924, the Alice T. Miner Museum holds a collection of furniture, textiles, ceramics and other decorative arts, books, manuscripts, and more, reflecting Alice Miner’s engagement in the Colonial Revival movement of the early 20th century. The museum also presents and interprets material related to Alice and William Miner’s life and philanthropic work in the North Country. Visit minermuseum.org for more information.

    Direct applications and inquiries to Ellen Adams, Director/Curator, director@minermuseum.org

  • 16 Jan 2017 11:04 AM | Noel Poirier

    EDUCATION PROGRAMS COORDINATOR - The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, Inc., an educational charitable nonprofit organization in Columbia, PA, seeks an individual for Education Programs Coordinator.

    This position oversees educational programming of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. The Education Programs Coordinator will work closely with the NAWCC staff and NAWCC committees to develop educational programming consistent with the NAWCC’s mission and goals. This will entail providing programming to meet the educational needs of the public, NAWCC members and chapters. The person will oversee the budget for educational programs of the association. This position is responsible for evaluation of programs and audiences, assessing needs and formulating strategies to anticipate, then meet those needs. Outreach program planning may also include collaborative activities with other institutions.

    Primary Responsibilities Include:

    • Develops educational programming in support of the mission and goals of the association
    • Plans, budgets, coordinates, promotes and supervises adult educational programs
    • Serves as the primary advocate for association educational programming
    • Manages onsite workshop classes
    • Coordinates watch and clock traveling workshop program with program volunteers and instructors
    • Oversees development and implementation of online educational programming and webinars
    • Coordinates with the museum director concerning museum, school and youth educational programs implemented by museum staff
    • Recruits, selects, oversees training and supervises instructors and education volunteers
    • Maintains registration and accounting for educational programs and prepares reports as needed
    • Plans, researches, develops and produces documents, brochures, handouts, outreach materials, web content, other technology-based presentations, and materials for the public, members and chapters
    • Designs storyboards, rich media scripts and products, exams, and instructor and participant materials for online courses
    • Evaluates educational programming and audience needs to improve courses and develop new programming
    • Works with development coordinator in grant development and funding for educational programs
    • Works with communications staff to develop marketing and website copy related to courses
    • Works with controller and executive director on revenue goals for educational programs

    For complete position description see http://nawcc.org/index.php/our-association/nawcc-educator. EOE. Submit letter of interest and resume to Executive Director Steve Humphrey at shumphrey@nawcc.org


  • 12 Jan 2017 9:41 AM | Stephen Heaver
    The Fire Museum of Maryland in Lutherville, MD seeks an Assistant Curator to understudy the curator and learn all aspects of caring for and operating the wheeled artifacts. Promotion to Curator will follow. This job especially includes the details of maintaining and running the hand-pumped, steam-pumped, and early motorized equipment. Experience with early motor equipment or heavy machinery will be a plus. On-site training will include steam, manual transmissions, and tillering. Some knowledge of the American fire service will be a plus.


    With time, the ideal candidate will meet the following requirements:

    1.Care for the entire collection, along with the archivist, (i.e. photographs, lithographs, documents, models, leather objects, etc.) and design and preparation of exhibits. Write grants for conservation and restoration. Monitor temperature and humidity conditions.

    2.Develop a working knowledge of the Museum’s extensive telegraph system. This is mentioned separately because it is such an important part of the hands-on experience in the exhibits.

    3.Work with paid and volunteer staff, coordinating the Tuesday night volunteers. Participate in parades, demonstrations and musters, operating pumps and aerial devices.

    4.Buildings and grounds oversight. Work with the director in managing the various aspects of property management and emergency plans. Assist with the planning and oversight of several construction projects as part of a major capital campaign.

    5.Maintain several aspects of the Museum’s Web site and write monthly blog posts. Contribute social media posts across various platforms.

    6.Write an annual article for publication in a professional magazine.

    7.Other duties as assigned.

    A Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of experience in a related field are required. Salary is $34,000. Seven paid holidays plus personal time of 2 weeks per year.

    To apply, submit a cover letter explaining why you would be a good curator for this Museum and your resume to sgheaver@firemuseummd.org. Call Stephen G. Heaver at 410-321-7500 x101 for further details or questions.

  • 12 Jan 2017 9:11 AM | Noel Poirier

    NAWCC Editor

    EDITOR - The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, Inc., an educational charitable nonprofit organization in Columbia, PA, seeks an individual for Editor with the skills, talent, and aptitude in the following areas:

    • Oversee the editorial content for two bimonthly publications: Watch & Clock Bulletin, a peer-reviewed journal, and Mart & Highlights, a buy/sell supplement with advertising and Association business.
    • Coordinate with the editor of WatchNews, an online watch publication, in editing and writing industry-related content
    • Manage the editorial process for special publications and work with NAWCC Departments in editing marketing materials, other literature and exhibits.

    The editor is responsible for planning the features and articles for each issue, editing volunteer-written content, coordinating with peer reviewers, and overseeing the layout of the issue. The editor ensures adherence to quality standards regarding appearance and content.

    The editor is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Publications Department and working with its staff.

    The editor is responsible for contributing ideas and executing ones that complement the Association’s mission to preserve and promote horology.

    The successful candidate must have experience:

    • Working with writers in developing and editing their submissions
    • Overseeing the layout of a publication in InDesign
    • Managing a small staff
    • Using Chicago Manual of Style.

    The ideal candidate is a flexible, self-motivated, team player and leader with superb time management skills. He/she will have superior writing and editing skills; a willingness to gain deep knowledge of the field of horology; and a willingness to take on the unique challenges of the organization’s publications.

    Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, or Liberal Arts preferred.

    For position description see below. EOE. Submit letter of interest and resume to Executive Director Steve Humphrey at shumphrey@nawcc.org


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