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Port Discovery Children's Museum seeks a JUNIOR DESIGNER

Port Discovery Children’s Museum is seeking a part-time Junior Designer to assist with graphics projects for a 3-month temporary assignment.

Position offers 24 hours per week; we are flexible on the schedule worked. All work must be completed on-site. Pay rate is $19 per hour.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Baltimore Museum of Industry seeks Museum Educator

Job type: Part Time

Compensation: $12/hour

Description: Museum Educators lead interactive tours of museum exhibits and hands-on activities for school field trips, adult and senior tours, and scout programs and birthday parties. Programs range in duration from 60 to 90 minutes, with multiple programs occurring on any given day. Additional responsibilities include set-up, clean-up, and preparation of education materials. Hours vary depending on the needs of the groups scheduled and availability. This position is primarily scheduled on weekdays.

Port Discovery Children's Museum seeks a MUSEUM EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATE

As vital part of the Guest Services Department and Port Discovery team, Museum Experience Associates are responsible for providing guests with an excellent, memorable experience, stellar customer service, and supporting the Museum’s educational philosophy. As a member of our team, you’ll support playful learning and discovery through meaningful interaction with children and adults, ignite imaginations, and teach children through hands-on experiences.

Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

Port Discovery Children's Museum seeks a GUEST SERVICES ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR

Port Discovery Children’s Museum is looking for a responsible and energetic individual to be our full-time Guest Services Assistant Supervisor. The Supervisor assists in the operation of the museum with a special focus on Museum operations and training, as well as works in conjunction with Guest Services management to create a positive working environment for all Guest Services staff. Assist in the supervision of a staff of up to 30 Program Associates by conducting “rounds” and mentoring employees in their overall training in the Museum.

Maryland Historical Society Seeks Part Time Visitor Services Associate

Minimum 24 hours per week (3 days part time)

Purpose

The Visitor Services Associate performs all functions of the Visitor Services Department in order to provide a high level of customer service to the Maryland Historical Society’s members, visitors, volunteers and staff. This position also has key responsibilities for security functions including opening and closing of the buildings; and monitoring the safety and security of MdHS facilities.

Mellon Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow in Islamic art

The Walters Art Museum seeks a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in Islamic art, to be fully integrated into the daily working environment of the Curatorial staff and work closely with the Curator of Islamic and South & Southeast Asian art. In addition, s/he will collaborate with conservators and educators in service of the museum and its mission. The fellow has access to the museum collections, research libraries both within the museum and in the region, and enjoys all the professional privileges afforded other museum staff members.

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.

The Carol Bates Fellowship 2017-2018

The Walters Art Museum is accepting applicants for the Carol Bates Fellowship. In June 2018, the Walters will re-open One West Mount Vernon Place, the historic house that is part of the Walters campus. With the revitalization of One West, the Walters is taking a dynamic new approach to the presentation of art while preserving a building that is an architectural treasure all undertaken with the goal of enriching the visitor experience.

Walters Art Museum seeks Assistant Curator - Art of East Asia

The Walters Art Museum seeks to hire a curator at the Assistant level to oversee a collection of over 9,000 works of Japanese, Chinese, and Korean Art, from the 3rd millennium BCE to the 21st century. The Walters’ collection of East Asian art includes ancient bronzes, arms and armor, carved jades, porcelains, ivories, important Buddhist sculptures, paintings, calligraphies, and prints. These works of art are core to a historic collection amassed by William (1819-94) and Henry Walters (1848-1931), and eventually bequeathed to the City of Baltimore.

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