As of March 12, 2017

Digital Media Designer

Type: Full-Time

General Summary of Duties:  

The Digital Media Designer conceives, creates and produces high quality marketing materials to promote the museum, its exhibitions, events and services for dissemination across a variety of channels including print, web, email and social media. Requirements include a solid understanding of visual design, demonstrated graphic design expertise and familiarity with design software, and the ability to see the entire design process through from start to finish including preparation of print-ready files for production. This position also manages the museum’s website and requires web design, programming, hosting and technical problem-solving abilities.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

• Conceive creative concepts for marketing materials with a strategic understanding of brand and communications goals

• Produce design concepts for print and online materials, and incorporate art direction feedback in revising design materials

• Produce completed, detail-oriented design deliverables for print and online needs

• Prepare email blasts and perform website updates and graphic refinements to online properties

• Other duties as assigned


• Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience in graphic design, advertising, or related field

• 3 - 5 years of demonstrated graphic design experience in a professional capacity

• Broad-based understanding of communications fundamentals, and an unwavering eye for detail

• Deep knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite products

• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office products

• Strong knowledge of web design fundamentals including working knowledge of CMS platforms, especially Joomla and WordPress

• Knowledge of and some ability with video and animation software

• Strong interest in online and mobile media technologies

• Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills

• Effective project management skills

• Ability to multi-task and handle concurrent projects under tight deadlines

Qualified applicants should email a resume, cover letter and portfolio link(s) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Guest Services Associate

Type: Part-Time

General Summary of Duties:  

Under general direction of the Guest Services and SRO Manager, the Guest Services Associate is the face of the Museum to the public. The Associate greets and welcomes guests, tour groups, and all members of the public into the Museum environment. The Associate provides general guidance, in addition to processing ticket sales and performing cashier duties.

Essential Duties of the Position:

• Greet and welcome guests, tour groups and members of the public entering the facility and provide a brief general orientation to the Museum

• Be responsible for ticket sales and effective handling of the cash drawer

• Have the ability to rotate to other roles, including acting as gallery monitor, retail sales assistant, and special events set ups, as needed

Additional Key Responsibilities:

• Process sales transactions; process ticket sales for exhibitions, public programs and special events

• Monitor and replenish stock of supplies; maintain and balance cash drawer

• Assist customers and visitors with their purchases and handle special purchase requests

• Provides general orientation for guests provides orientation in galleries and acts as gallery monitor

• Assist in opening and closing retail outlets, as needed, for special events

• Other duties as assigned

Required Education and Experience:

• High School Diploma or GED required

• Previous experience in a customer service position to include cash handling experience

• Good oral communication skills along with basic math aptitude

Physical Factors:

• Must be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time

• Must be able to lift 10 lbs

Working Conditions:

• Museum / office environment

May require work on nights and weekends for special events

Qualified applicants should email a resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Security Officer

Type: Part-Time

General Summary of Duties:  

The Museum Security Officer patrols and guards museum property against vandalism, theft, fire and trespassing. The position effectively communicates the policies and practices established for the protection and safety of museum staff, guests, physical structure, and museum assets. The position assists museum guests by responding to various inquiries and requests. The position also takes on a primary role in the event of an emergency.

Essential Functions:

• Guards and patrols the museum collections, equipment, building and grounds against theft, defacing, or any other action liable to cause damage to museum property

• Provides general assistance to museum guests as needed

• Directs museum guests to various museum exhibits and other museum facilities

• Guard and patrol special events around the museum

• Permit only authorized person to enter property during non-business hours

• Accept and record time of any deliveries as is appropriate

• Other duties as assigned


• High school diploma required; or GED equivalent

• Ability to use computer and word processing programs

• Ability to understand and follow oral and written directions      

• Ability to walk and stand during shift while assigned to galleries or patrol of building property

• May be require work on nights, weekends, and holidays

• Knowledge of security methods and practices, preferred

• Security experience is preferred

Qualified applicants should email a resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..