Professional Development

Relevant job, internship, volunteer and workshop opportunities for the Arizona museum community.

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Director of Collections and Archives 

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 

The Director of Collections and Archives serves as lead historic content expert, curator, conservation specialist, and historian responsible for the documentation, care, presentation, exhibition, and interpretation of Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s historical resources and collections at both of its campuses, Taliesin (Wisconsin) and Taliesin West (Arizona). 

Full job description can be found HERE.

 

Membership & Annual Giving Manager

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Membership & Annual Giving Manager is responsible for helping to fund the mission of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation through managing and overseeing our membership and annual giving efforts. This includes cultivation, acquisition, acknowledgement, fulfillment of benefits, retention and renewal, stewardship and upgrade strategies and implementation at all levels of engagement.

Full job description can be found HERE.

 

Education Coordinator 

Arizona Capitol Museum

Reporting to the Museum Administrator, this full-time position oversees the Museum’s education program. Responds to all tour inquiries, manages tour schedule, and recruits and trains tour guides. Provides excellent and accurate customer service to internal and external customers. Works with staff to develop exhibits and education materials with attention to K-12 social studies standards. Assists with volunteer training and scheduling. Leads education team in developing and facilitating youth programs including interactive activities and special events. Tracks tour, program, and volunteer statistics.

Full job description can be found HERE.

Graphic Designer 

Arizona Capitol Museum

Reporting to the Museum Administrator, this full-time position is responsible for all museum branding and graphic design. Works closely with the museum staff to develop and produce graphics for museum exhibits, ranging from wall-wrap murals to text panels, object labels, and digital displays. Works closely with IT staff to maintain and update museum website. Manages social media and online presence. Creates promotional materials such as brochures, gift shop signage, and special program/event flyers. Carefully organizes design files and tracks edits made to drafts throughout the review and editing process. Works with vendors to secure bids for printing/fabrication and collaborates with staff to oversee installation process. Experience in photography and editing video preferred.

Full job description can be found HERE.

 

Executive Assistant to the Director (Open til filled)

Phoenix Center for the Arts

Central Arts Alliance seeks an Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), a critical role that assists with administrative, finance, human resource, and organizational tasks that support the CEO in the management of the day to day operations of Central Arts Alliance and all its branches, including Phoenix Center for the Arts and Thunderbird Arts Center.

The primary responsibility of this position is to provide support to the CEO as directed to ensure that company goals and objectives are accomplished, and operations run efficiently. The ideal candidate will be able to manage a variety of tasks with a high level of efficiency and professionalism, balancing multiple responsibilities, while working closely with the CEO, and providing general support for the organization.

Candidates with strong organization and communication skills, human resources and accounting experience will be given preferential consideration.

Full job description can be found HERE.