5 Awesome Museum Jobs to Apply For This Month

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Museum Educator

National Museum of African American Music

Calling all music lovers! Want to work in Music City? The National Museum of African American Music is looking for a passionate candidate help lead enrichment learning programs for youth and adults on various topics, including music education, history and the correlation of music to science, technology and math. Two to three years of actual experience in the field of education or in a related area in a history or music museum is required.

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Project Manager 1, Exhibitions

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is looking for a driven candidate to work as the project lead on discrete core exhibition projects  You’ll oversee workflow between the CMHR staff and contractor(s), and also liaise with other departments in the museum. This is the perfect position for an emerging museum professional or someone interested in making the jump to the museum world.

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Collections Manager

Japanese American National Museum

The JANM is looking for an experienced museum professional to oversee operations and supervise staff in their Collections Management and Access Unit. You’ll have strong interpersonal skills and at least five years of experience working for a museum-based collection or archive. Familiarity with JA/Asian American community is also a plus!

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Assistant Educator – Teen Programs

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Do you dream of working for the Met? Do you have a passion for youth education within museums? As Assistant Educator of Teen Programs at the Met, you’ll help manage the museum’s high school internship program and other teen-based programs. If you’re creative and are interested in making museums AWESOME for the next generation, this job is for you.

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Doris Zemurray Stone Curatorial Fellow for European Art

New Orleans Museum of Art

This fellowship is an amazing opportunity to help plan and implement a major international loan exhibit at NOMA. Opening in 2018, The Orléans Collection is devoted to the celebrated collection of the city’s namesake, Philippe II, Duke of Orléans and Regent of France. This full-time, 2-year position will begin in September 2017. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Master’s degree, ABD or Ph.D. preferred, with a specialization in the history of early modern European art.

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