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Jewish Museum Milwaukee
The Development and Membership Director sets the strategy, plans, and implements membership, corporate, tribute, stewardship, and annual giving programs. As a member of the collaborative JMM team, the Development and Membership Director brings knowledge of their field to the table when analyzing programming and marketing opportunities.

Essential Functions
• Leads the Museum's membership development and stewardship efforts. Develops annual membership campaigns for new, returning, and lapsed members.
• With the Executive Director, designs, coordinates, and stewards the annual giving campaign at year-end, including Giving Tuesday.
• Oversees and stewards the Museum tribute and memorial program, including an annual tribute campaign.
• Works with the Executive Director and Development Committee to develop, implement and steward a corporate business strategy that supports the Museum through financial support, volunteer opportunities, in-kind contributions, and other strategic partnerships.
• Co-manage the Customer Service Membership Coordinator and oversee development interns.
• Staff virtual programs, in-house public programs and events, and Sunday Museum hours on a rotational basis.

To Apply
To be considered for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to
Museum Educator
Crawfordsville District Public Library
The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County, a department of the Crawfordsville District Public Library, is looking for an experienced individual to develop and implement engaging, educational and interdisciplinary programs for museum visitors, with an emphasis on children and family audiences.
Senior Director of Exhibits
The Mob Museum
The Mob Museum is seeking a new Senior Director of Exhibits for a central role in the creation of dynamic, visually arresting, and
thought-provoking exhibits that advance the Museum’s mission and enhance the guest experience.
The Mob Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to advance the public understanding of organized crime's
history and impact on American society. Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, The Mob Museum ( is an AAM-accredited institution exploring the ongoing power struggle between organized crime and law enforcement from its origination to today.

The Senior Director of Exhibits (SDE) will possess the creativity, skills, and collaborative experience needed to create multimedia exhibits that educate and entertain visitors.
The individual must have a passion for creating exhibits for a world-class museum that is unrivaled in content and recognized for outstanding guest experiences.

REQUIREMENTS: Seven years of
professional experience in a museum setting. Bachelor’s degree is required; a Master’s degree in a relevant field is strongly preferred. A strong working familiarity with
exhibit-making materials and lighting systems.
SALARY: The annual salary range is
$100,000 - $115,000 plus generous benefits.
TO APPLY: Apply by August 18, 2023, to Ida Tomlin, Senior Search Consultant, Museum Search & Reference at
Nominations welcome.
MORE INFO: To read the full job profile, please visit
Collections Management Database Specialist
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Maintain and coordinate activities involving the museum’s collections management database (currently TMS/The Museum System).
See the full job description and apply by following the link below.
Exhibits Manager
History Nebraska
Are you passionate about engaging audiences in imaginative and interactive ways? Do you want to be an integral part of sharing Nebraska’s stories across the state? Are you enthusiastic about guiding and celebrating creative teamwork? If so, we may be the team for you!

History Nebraska is seeking a collaborative and creative Exhibits Manager to design relevant and engaging visitor experiences across over 10,000 square feet of gallery space at the Nebraska History Museum as well as seven historic sites and museums managed by History Nebraska, and online. To start, the manager will lead two major initiatives: one developing a flagship exhibit on Nebraska history and another exploring the local history of childhood play. This position will plan, research, coordinate, develop, and design internal, traveling, and digital exhibitions focused on audience needs and agency priorities.

*See more details, including salary range, on the job posting linked below.*
Residency Specialist
The Bakken Museum
The Residency Specialist will serve as an educator as well as an additional support to Outreach Residency Programs generally and the Week of Wonder Residency Program in particular. Position responsibilities include teaching onsite and offsite workshops, performing shows, providing guided tours, and implementing programming for the general public or organized groups, and supporting planning & completion of grant- related projects. Strong candidates will have a background in storytelling or performance as well as education. While no formal background in science is needed, a zest for learning is an asset!
Associate Director of Communications
Minnetrista Museum & Gardens
Implement successful communications strategies to increase awareness of Minnetrista, grow attendance, and increase institutional revenue across programming, exhibits, retail and events. Develop innovative marketing campaigns and forward-thinking approaches with the community and visitors. Advocate for the organization and build relationships with the media and the public.
Museum Specialist
Economy Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Museum Specialist will develop high-quality learning experiences, curriculum, and programs, manage our volunteer program, and provide visitor services in the museum, as well as assist in the operational management and marketing of the museum.
Museum Registrar & Collections Manager
Museum of Contemporary Photography
Under general guidelines as determined by the Deputy Director and Chief Curator, the Museum Registrar is accountable for all aspects of the care, preservation, and cataloguing of over 16,000 objects in the permanent collection, the study collection, the artist book collection, and the Midwest Photographers Project. The position manages the development and maintenance of the collection management system and maintains the collections’ digital presence. The Registrar oversees logistics and documentation for incoming donations and acquisition of artwork, outgoing loans of permanent collection objects, and the Midwest Photographers Project.

The Museum Registrar has knowledge of photographic art and adheres to the standards and code of ethics prescribed by the American Association of Museums and best practices for caring for an art collection. Broad knowledge of digital technologies, metadata standards, and collections cataloguing, including digital asset management, is required.
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