Courtesy Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM), St. Michaels, Maryland, has started their search for a new president. “The mission of the CBMM is to preserve and explore the history, environment and people of the Chesapeake Bay. The museum’s collection of historic Chesapeake Bay watercraft is the largest in existence and its small boat collection includes crabbing skiffs, workboats, and log canoes. The Museum’s working boatyard highlights restoration of the Bay’s traditional vessels.”
For full announcement - ByalaSearch — CBMM President Position Specification
The Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) and the Council of American Maritime Museums (CAMM) are pleased to announce the Maritime Documentation Internship. The internship will permit a student or recent graduate of architecture or history, interested in maritime preservation, to work as a summer intern on a HAER maritime documentation project.
For more information see 2014 Maritime Documentation Internship notice
Executive Director Sought
The Herreshoff Marine Museum seeks an Executive Director. Click on link for details.
The Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington D.C is currently seeking a Registrar in the Curator Branch. The position is currently open and closes January 3rd.
The Westport South Beach Historical Society is currently seeking an Executive Director. The Executive Director of the Society serves as the chief executive of the Westport Maritime Museum and the Grays Harbor Lighthouse.
The Whaling Museum needs your help as we seek to fill two full-time staff positions: Curator of Education and Foundation Relations Manager. Both will play a vital role in helping the Museum serve its community.
Curator of Education
Reporting to the President, and working with the Senior Management team, the Curator of Education will have 4 primary areas of responsibility:
1) articulating and implementing a strategic vision adopted by the Board of Trustees
2) raising funds necessary to implement education objectives
3) oversight of staff responsible for the apprenticeship program, a comprehensive K-12 school visitation program, volunteer programs and outreach
4) communication of the educational mission and goals to various audiences
Foundation Relations Manager
The ideal candidate is a seasoned writer with a passion for the educational mission of the Museum. He/She understands the Museum’s role both locally and farther afield. An ability to craft cogent and compelling messages and communicate those messages both verbally and in writing is key. Research skills and a knowledge of the non-profit sector is a plus. He/She will work cross-departmentally to identify grant opportunities, develop and write proposals, and maintain/cultivate relationships with a portfolio of funders.
Visit the Museum’s career webpage for more information on how to apply.