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UMBC Department of Visual Arts seeks Program Specialist

Join the Department of Visual Arts’ technical staff team (department chair, business services specialist and the three exempt staff members) to manage the continuously evolving technology needs, facilities operation and instructional requirements of the department.

Johns Hopkins University Museums seek Communications Associate

The Johns Hopkins University Museums is seeking a Communications Associate who will report to the Director of Communications for the Sheridan Libraries and University Museums and will manage all communications and marketing initiatives that help build strong positive relationships, financial support, and appreciation of Homewood Museum and Evergreen Museum & Library.

Port Discovery Children's Museum seeks a SOCIAL MEDIA & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST

Port Discovery Children’s Museum, one of the top Children’s Museum in the United States and a top cultural institution in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, is seeking a Social Media & Community Engagement Specialist. In this highly visible position, you’ll create stories that engage and inspire audiences, share the joy and importance of learning through play, and build understanding of the work Port Discovery does in the community.

Program Manager, Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (B/CAN)

The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) seeks a Program Manager for the Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (B/CAN), a new 10 year city-wide initiative providing strategic and as needed, just in time support for arts entrepreneurs of all disciplines and backgrounds in an effort to foster a stronger, more equitable creative ecosystem and economy in Baltimore.

The B/CAN Program Manager will function as the lead logistics person for the effective delivery of all B/CAN programs, reporting directly to the Executive Director. We are looking for a highly collaborative, passionate, and detail-oriented person who can not only help make sure all programming runs smoothly, but will also contribute their ideas and passion for strengthening Baltimore’s creative community to the program.

Engagement Manager, Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (B/CAN)

The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) seeks an Engagement Manager for the Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (B/CAN), a new 10 year city-wide initiative providing strategic and as needed, just in time support for arts entrepreneurs of all disciplines and backgrounds in an effort to foster a stronger, more equitable creative ecosystem and economy in Baltimore.

The B/CAN Engagement Manager will function as the key promoter and navigator for all B/CAN programs, reporting directly to the Executive Director. We are looking for a highly collaborative, passionate, and detail-oriented person who can not only help build excitement for B/CAN and local arts businesses, but will also contribute their ideas and passion for strengthening Baltimore’s creative community to the program.

Inventory Controller

Position:

Inventory Controller is responsible for inventorying the artwork for three fast paced art galleries including unpacking crates, photographing the art, creating database entries for art, and wrapping the art for transport.

Successful candidates must be detail oriented, self motivated, good with numbers, and good with photography. Carpentry skills are a plus.

If you are eager to learn, we will teach you the skills necessary to be successful! We value a winning personality over experience and will train the right person.

Responsibilities:

Baltimore Center Stage seeks Database/Helpdesk Coordinator

Baltimore Center Stage is seeking a Database/Helpdesk Coordinator. This position is responsible for coordinating the various departmental aspects of the Tessitura database. The Coordinator is responsible for data entry and the establishment of policies and procedures related to data entry, data management and query/report generation. The Coordinator is responsible to provide first level contact for technical support and convey resolutions to technical issues for the Helpdesk.

Maryland Humanities seeks a Communications Specialist

The Communications Specialist is primarily responsible for managing both programmatic and institutional marketing and promotional efforts, including media and public relations, advertising, and copywriting, as well as overseeing the weekly Humanities Connection radio essay. The Communications Specialist works closely with the Executive Director and the Director of Advancement to manage Maryland Humanities’ messaging strategies at the local, state, and national levels. The Specialist and other members of staff also develop and maintain printed collateral, online platforms for programs, and mdhumanities.org.

A more complete description of all duties is posted on the Maryland Humanities website at www.mdhumanities.org. 

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