Monitors and controls all financial activities of the Museum. Meets all internal and external customer requirements and ensures that all activities within the accounting office are in compliance with all appropriate control procedures and requirements. Works closely with all departments to monitor expenses. Supervises the activities of the accounting office to ensure that timely financial data is available and sound decisions are made.
Manages day-to-day operations of the museum in collaboration with Facilities Management and Collections Management to ensure the care and safety of the collections and the building as well as capital improvements related to building and grounds. Provides budgetary updates for cash and contributed services, as well as longer term planning to the Executive Director, Treasurer and Finance Committee.
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Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Bill Lynch at <firstname.lastname@example.org> with the job title in the subject line.
The mission of the Naval History and Heritage Command is to collect, preserve, protect and make available the artifacts, documents, and art that best embody our naval history and heritage for present and future generations. This position is with the Naval History and Heritage Command’s (NHHC) Curator Branch (CU), a component of the Collection Management Division (CMD) located at the Washington Navy yard, DC. This position encompasses acquiring, accessioning, preserving and accounting for this material as well as its loan to eligible recipients.
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The Antique Boat Museum (ABM), the largest freshwater nautical Museum in the world, requires a full time Executive Director effective June 1, 2016. Situated on the St. Lawrence River in the beautiful 1000 Islands in upstate New York, ABM has grown exponentially in the last fifteen years, and the Board of Trustees is conducting a national search to identify outstanding leaders who have demonstrated executive experience, imagination, and vision to lead the Museum through the next decade of growth as it becomes an international museum.
The Executive Director oversees a dynamic institution with a talented and committed staff of 40 full-time and part-time employees, an operating budget of approximately $1.6 million $200 thousand in annual capital projects, $23 million of assets, a 4.5 acre river campus with five new exhibit buildings and an extraordinary collection of over 320 antique boats. The successful candidate should have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, demonstrated success in fund raising and building strategic partnerships, and financial management experience. She or he should have not-for-profit experience either with an educational or cultural institution, and have an affinity for the mission of the Museum and its unique setting in the 1000 Islands of the St. Lawrence River.
See ANTIQUE BOAT MUSEUM SEEKS EXPERIENCED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for more information.
The incumbent works under the direction of the Curator of Exhibits and is responsible for designing, planning, organizing, and producing the visual information aspects of the museum exhibits program.
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The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is seeking an experienced wooden boat builder with at least three years of teaching experience–middle school student experience preferred–as well as, program design/lesson planning curriculum management and delivery.
College degree or equivalent required. Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office and Google applications required. Organizational, problem-solving and leadership skills are essential, with excellent oral communication skills for interaction and program promotion to Museum visitors and the general public. Evening and weekend hours may be necessary.
Full time position with excellent benefits. Send letter with resume and references to Human Resources, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels, MD 21663, or email: email@example.com.
Submitted by Kristen Greenaway, July 27, 2015
This position is located in the Collections Management Section, Curator Branch, Collection Management Division, Naval History and Heritage Command located at the Defense Supply Center in Richmond, VA. The Curator Branch is responsible for the management of Navy properties of historical and inspirational value, including artifacts, shipboard equipment, ordnance, uniforms, photographs, and memorabilia. This responsibility encompasses accessioning, preserving, storing, accounting for, and loaning to eligible recipients the properties in the Navy’s historical collections.