The Deputy Director oversees all operations at the New Mexico Museum of Art including financial, and physical resources. The daily oversight of museum operations by the Deputy Director directly impacts all facets of the museum's mission. Responsibilities span a wide range of activities including strategic planning, budget preparation, preservation of and access to collections, visitor services, staff personnel policies, and financial backup, and management of facilities maintenance and repairs. The deputy director represents the museum In the director's absence and as delegated by the director with all the constituencies affiliated with the museum.
Deadline for application: August 8, 2018
This position exists to implement Museum of International Folk Art's (MOIFA) after school, Folk Art to Go school outreach and public programs, in which a bilingual educator (English & Spanish) conveys the mission of the MOIFA to foster understanding of the traditional arts to illuminate human creativity and shape a humane world.
This position conceptualizes and implements the 21st Century After-School Program, which serves kindergarten - 6th grade students in Santa Fe, Espanola and Grants, in collaboration with the Santa Fe Community Educator's Network. In addition, this position conceptualizes and implements the Folk Art to Go school outreach program, which serves area kindergarten -12th grade school groups. This position conducts public programs coordinated by the MOIFA education department, including projects aligned with current exhibitions, coordinating program delivery with partners and
collaborating sites. This position will work as a team with the MOIFA education department on educational programs and projects.
Deadline for application: August 15, 2018
Tour Coordinator, Casa San Ysidro - Albuquerque Museum, Corrales
The tour coordinator is part of small team dedicated to excellent visitor experiences at the Albuquerque Museum’s historic property located in Corrales, New Mexico. This seasonal property sees over 9,000 visitors a year, many of which are school children. The job involves high contact with the public, including visitors of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. as well as volunteers and staff. A successful applicant will demonstrate the following abilities: excellent organizational skills, flexibility, attention to detail, computer literacy, interpersonal skills, and an ability to work independently. Prior experience with non-profit organizations, including museums and historic sites is desirable. This is a temporary position through Rivenrock employment agency.
Please submit a cover letter and your resume or CV via email to Elizabeth Becker, Curator of Education, Albuquerque Museum. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.Deadline for application: Open until filled