Professional Development

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

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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.

Guest Service Representative (Open til filled)

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

The Guest Service Representative is a member of the Foundation’s Public Engagement team, responsible for delivering a quality experience and outstanding guest service to the more than 100,000 guests of every age and background to Taliesin West each year. The people in this position are responsible for conducting engaging guest experiences through the entrance kiosk, the call center, and assisting the audio guide experience. Guest Services Representatives acquire and maintain general knowledge of Frank Lloyd Wright's life and work in order to function as informed and intelligent representatives for the Foundation. Note: this is a regular part-time role (a minimum of approximately 20-25 hours per week) -- and schedules may include evenings, weekdays and weekends.

Full job description can be found HERE.

Guest Service Associate- Tour Guide (Open til filled)

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

The Guest Experience Associate is a member of the Foundation’s Public Engagement team, responsible for delivering a quality experience and outstanding guest service to the more than 100,000 guests of every age and background to Taliesin West each year. The people in this position are responsible for conducting engaging guided tours and assisting the audio guide experiences. Guest Experience Associates acquire and maintain general knowledge of Frank Lloyd Wright's life and work to function as an informed and intelligent representative for the Foundation. 

Full job description can be found HERE.

Executive Director

Sedona Heritage Museum

The Sedona Heritage Museum (SHM) is located in a small town (greater Sedona area population 
<20,000) that is known as one of the most recognized visitor destinations in the U.S. and the 2nd
busiest visitor destination in Arizona, after the Grand Canyon. The museum is located in a 4.5 
acre city park and housed in buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a place of 
beauty and historical significance. The museum is operated as a local history museum by the 
Sedona Historical Society, a 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is “to research, preserve and 
teach the history of the Greater Sedona area.” The Society owns a collection of historic 
artifacts, archives and photos housed on-site, and operates a research library open daily. The 
Society produces an exuberant annual calendar of programs and special events. The museum 
hosts 10,000 visitors/year plus additional attendees at special events. Society members and 
friends donate 9,000-10,000 hours of volunteer time annually. 


It is an exciting time of evolution and growth for SHM. This will be a new position as the 
Society’s volunteer Board hands off museum functions to a professional paid Executive 
Director. The Executive Director will inspire new ways to understand the very real impact our 
history has on shaping the Sedona of today and tomorrow. The Director will invigorate and 
make even more relevant our mission to inspire understanding and stewardship of Sedona’s 
history through the museum and its programs. 


The Executive Director will work with the Board and staff to maintain excellent museum 
operations and implement innovative interpretation, exhibits, and public programming. The
new Director will increase contributed income, foster relationships within the community, and 
provide support to the City’s Historic Preservation Commission per a Service Provider Contract.

Full job description can be found HERE.