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  • 10 Mar 2020 8:47 AM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 04/10/2020]
    Organization Name: Museum of Life and Science
    Organization Website: www.lifeandscience.org

    Position Description / Other Info

    Support the Museum’s mission by serving as the administrator of the Museum’s reservations, membership, ticketing, and sales software. For a full job description, please visit www.lifeandscience.org/jobs.

    Hiring Salary Range: 47,000-52,000

    Apply via:

  • 10 Mar 2020 8:41 AM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 4/6/2020]
    Organization Name: Museum of Durham History
    Organization Website: www.museumofdurhamhistory.org

    About the Museum of Durham History (MoDH)

    Located in the heart of Durham’s vibrant downtown, the Museum of Durham History is an emerging and innovative 21st-century museum that uses stories about people, places and things to foster curiosity, encourage further exploration and promote and understanding of diverse perspectives about the Durham community and its history. The museum is located at 500 W. Main St.

    Manager Job Description

    The MoDH Manager will be responsible for opening and operating the Museum on scheduled weekends, some evenings and holidays. This position also includes volunteer coordination and fund development assistance during scheduled weekday shifts. The manager will also ensure visitors are welcomed, exhibit areas are kept tidy, and ensuring all policies and procedures are followed.

    This is a part-time position at $15/hour, time and a half on holidays.

    Key Responsibilities:


    Open and operate the museum on Saturdays, Sundays, select holidays, periodic special events, and evenings for Third Fridays.

    Provide oversight of front desk operations and supervise weekend volunteers. Provide general information about the museum and exhibits, collect and track visitor feedback. Assess and resolve any visitor concerns and provide feedback to the directors as needed.

    Ensure the museum is kept clean, orderly, and safe, and that museum exhibits and technology are functioning properly.

    Assist with special projects and tasks as assigned by the Director of Operations and Executive Director, e.g. secure image permissions for exhibits, research history trivia for the Indy classifieds, etc.

    Oversee museum rentals as needed

    Volunteer Coordination:

    Recruit, interview, and train all volunteer applicants

    Attend volunteer recruiting events in the community

    Schedule and coordinate volunteers for shifts and special events.

    Send a weekly email to core and weekend volunteers with updates and reminders

    Work with the Director of Operations and Executive Director to identify and assign volunteer projects

    Arrange quarterly volunteer meetings and team building events as needed

    Develop and manage volunteer policies and procedures

    Fund Development:

    Process and acknowledge donations

    Run weekly and monthly reports for bookkeepers and the Fundraising Committee

    Provide support for holiday and end-of-year mailings, annual report, etc.

    Schedule and attend Fundraising Committee meetings, take meeting minutes

    Assist with other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director

    Minimum Qualifications:

    High School Diploma/GED with 1-3 years work experience involving guest services, management, retail and/or sales

    Must possess strong organizational and managerial skills

    Excellent problem-solving skills

    Ability to interact and communicate positively with visitors and volunteers.

    General knowledge and interest in the Durham community

    Must have availability 2-3 weekends/month and occasionally Friday evenings

    Basic computer skills, familiar with Microsoft Office.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    Bachelor's degree or higher in museum studies, history, business administration, or any other relevant field.

    1+ years of experience working in a museum

    1+ years of experience of database management

    1+ years of experience working with volunteers

    Hours: Up to 16 hours/week. Weekdays Tuesday-Friday 10AM-1PM or 1PM-5PM, Saturdays 10AM-5PM, Sundays 1PM-5PM, Third Fridays 5-8PM, Holidays as needed.

    This position reports directly to the Director of Operations, Jeanette Shaffer.

    To apply, email the following to jshaffer@modh.org by April 6, 2020: a cover letter, resume/CV, and a list for 2-3 references with affiliation, phone, and email.

    Hiring Salary Range:  15.00/hr

    Apply via:

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