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Director of Marketing

The National Museum of Wildlife Art is seeking a Marketing Director to guide the museum’s marketing, public relations and advertising. The candidate should possess a high level of expertise in creative direction, budgetary and business planning, media relations and strategic use of the Internet. The Marketing Director is responsible for driving all aspects of the museum’s branding and positioning on a local, regional and national level. Mandatory skills include agency level writing, project management, and supervisory experience in a nonprofit creative setting. Portfolio with writing, planning and promotional samples required at interview.

Please forward resume and cover letter to:
James McNutt, President & CEO
PO Box 6825
Jackson, WY 83002
or email to jim@wildlifeart.org

ContactJames C. McNutt, Ph.D.President & CEO

 

Assistant Curator of Education

Full-time position working in the Museum’s Education & Exhibits Department. The Assistant Curator of Education & Exhibits is directly responsible for the creation, implementation, & evaluation of formal and informal education programs for youth, preschool-12th grade. Shared responsibilities include some adult programming and some informal, interpretive elements within exhibitions. The Assistant Curator of Education & Exhibits works with the Curator of Education & Exhibits and other Assistant Curators of Education & Exhibits to shape and promote the Museum’s mission as an educational resource.

Requirements:  Master’s Degree in education, museum studies, fine arts or related field required. Two years teaching experience required. Direct experience in visual arts education is preferred.  Other requirements include: strong oral and written communication skills, organization skills, computer skills, and a demonstrated ability to coordinate educational programs.

Deliver cover letter and résumé by April 28, 2014 to the National Museum of Wildlife Art, 2820 Rungius Road; mail to Steve Seamons, National Museum of Wildlife Art, PO Box 6825, Jackson, WY 83002; or email to sseamons@wildlifeart.org. Deadline for receipt of application materials is April 28.

ContactSteve SeamonsDirector of Operations

 

Assistant Director of Programs & Events

The National Museum of Wildlife Art seeks assistant to provide support to the Director of Programs & Events.  This is a five month temporary employee position, June 1 to October 31, 2014. Employment will consist of 40 hours per week with the possibility of additional hours. Must be proficient with computer and data entry, organized, flexible, efficient, and able to work with deadlines. Prior event planning experience helpful. Excellent interpersonal communication and customer service skills necessary.  Must be able to physically assist with the installation of artwork.

Submit cover letter and resume or fill out an application in person at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, 2820 Rungius Road; mail résumé to Steve Seamons, National Museum of Wildlife Art, PO Box 6825, Jackson, WY 83002; or email to sseamons@wildlifeart.org.

ContactSteve SeamonsDirector of Operations

 

Volunteers

We always welcome volunteer applications.
Download a Volunteer Application
For volunteer opportunities, please contact:
Carter Cox, Assistant Curator of Education
307-732-5438

ContactCarter CoxAssistant Curator of Education and Exhibits

The National Museum of Wildlife Art is accredited by the American Association of Museums. The Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants for positions at the National Museum of Wildlife Art are considered without regard to race, creed, color, country of origin, sex, age, citizenship, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation.