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Employment Listings

NCMC members and non-members may submit employment listings to appear on the NCMC employment webpage. Please use the employment listing form to submit your job listing. Once your listing has been approved it will appear on the page below.

NCMC members can submit a listing at no charge. Non memebers may submit a listing for $25. Please see the employment listing form for more details.

 

 

Curator, Earl Scruggs Center

Primary functions for the curator of the newly opened Earl Scruggs Center (opened January 11, 2014)  include: acquire, care for, display objects and develop exhibits or bring in exhibits that support the mission and vision of the Earl Scruggs Center.  Develop and/or oversee implementation of all programming both in-house and in community.  Foster positive relationships in community. Recruit, manage and develop interns.  Apply current best practices in museum industry to achieve excellence.

Expiration: 2/21/15


Collections Manager, Discovery Place, Inc.

The Manager, Collections is responsible for the care & management of the Museum's collections & records. Duties include curating collections to ensure conservation, documentation & adequacy, serving as the registrar to route the handling of objects, developing & implementing educational activities, supervising general maintenance & daily operation of Collections Unit. Will supervise staff/volunteers. BS in natural science, history, etc & 2 yr similar exp. Send resume to jobs@discoverplace.org.

Web Listing: http://discoverypace.org/about/careers
Expiration: 3/11/15


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News and Resources

NCMC funds internship opportunity at Asheville Art Museum

Job Listings: Curator, Earl Scruggs Center

Please check out new Poster Session that will be happening during the 2015 NCMC Anunual conference!

2015 NCMC Conference, Registration is open. Leadership Forum Announced. Registration InformationAccommodation Information.

The American Association for State and Local History bestows annual awards to encourage excellence in the collection, preservation, and interpretation of state and local history. The awards recognize excellence for projects (including civic engagement, exhibits, multimedia, publications, public programming, and special projects) and individual achievement. All accomplishments occurring since October 1, 2013, are eligible. Submission deadline is MARCH 1, 2015.   Visit http://about.aaslh.org/awards/ for more information.

North Carolina Preservation Consortium Annual Conference is being held at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill November 7, 2014. More information. Registration Information. Scholarship Information, deadline October 1st.

NCMC Special Announcement: NCMC's Advocacy for State Historical Sites

The Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection Mini-Grants for Research in 2014–2015 The Duke Divinity School Library is pleased to announce a special funding opportunity for researchers. A limited number of mini-grants ($500–$1000 each) will be awarded on a competitive basis to support original projects utilizing The Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection.
Flyer(PDF) Application(PDF)

2014 NCMC Award winners

Do you need help preparing to seek grants or outside funding? Plan now to attend a "Getting Ready to Go" (GR2G) workshop, designed to help cultural institutions demystify the grant writing process. GR2G will present the basics of grant writing. More Information

Museums in a Minute
With excellent museums and galleries in every region of North Carolina, it’s easy to make a museum stop part of your travel plans. The Museums in a Minute series shares with you a variety of art collections to experience with family and friends. Whether you’re looking for European or American Art, the art of ancient civilizations, contemporary art, folk art, studio craft, works by artists from our state or from around the world, Museums in a Minute shows you where to find it. Let Museums in a Minute be your guide to experiencing rich collections of art that are just a car trip away!

Special Announcement: submitting material to Muse.News announcement

Updated NCMC By-Laws, 2012

Find a Museum by County has been updated thanks to a great NCMC supporter!

Interested in becoming a FOCoS consultant?

Does your institution need help organizing, managing, and preserving the special collections that document North Carolina’s history and culture? The North Carolina State Archives can help through its Traveling Archivist Program (TAP). The application and instructions are available online on the North Carolina State Archives website.

Board Minutes updated from last meeting.

The Triangle Area Cultural Resources Emergency Network (TACREN) announces the launch of a disaster hot line for area cultural organizations to call when a disaster damages their collections. More info at the TACREN site..