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Director of Development

The Director of Development plays an integral role in the Museum’s fundraising efforts, working closely with the Museum Director, Chief Advancement Officer, and Board of Trustees to secure contributed revenue from a variety of sources to advance the organization’s mission.

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Associate Curator of Education and Outreach

The Associate Curator of Education and Outreach works with the Sugden Chief Curator of Education and the Assistant Curator of Education to fulfill the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s (NMWA) mission as an educational resource. The Associate Curator of Education and Outreach is a full-time position in the Museum’s Education Department. This staff member is directly responsible for creating, implementing, and evaluating educational programs and exhibitions for youth and adults that represent audience needs and community values.

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The Registrar oversees the storage, handling, and installation of artworks in the permanent collection and artworks on loan to the Museum. The Registrar performs complex and confidential duties in support of the Museum’s collections management, exhibition, and loan processing policies. All duties will be performed to Museum standards, as stipulated by the American Association of Museums (AAM).

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Development Operations Coordinator

The Development Operations Coordinator serves as the backbone of the advancement team by ensuring all capital campaign processes are streamlined and effective. Further, the Campaign Operations Coordinator assists the Director, Chief Advancement Officer, Director of Development, and Membership Manager with scheduling and project management, and is responsible for supporting database management, and establishing fundraising and campaign dashboards to support data-driven decision-making.

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Museum Shop/Admissions Associate

The Museum Shop/Admissions Associates are responsible for conducting sales, stocking inventory, answering questions from the public and maintaining appropriate operation of the Museum Shop. The Associates are responsible for providing a positive public image of the Museum to all visitors.

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National Museum of Wildlife Art
2820 Rungius Road

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Michael Hofhiens
National Museum of Wildlife Art
PO Box 6825
Jackson, WY 83002

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