Job Listing: Manager of Education, Publications, and Volunteers
Muscarelle Museum of Art, The College of William & Mary - Williamsburg, VA
Closes - 7/01/2022
Position Title – Manager of Education, Publications, and Volunteers
Salary - $50,000-$65,000/Annually, commensurate with experience.
Job Type - Full-Time
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The Mission of the Muscarelle Museum of Art is:
To foster the full integration of a dynamic art museum into the life and liberal arts mission of William & Mary and to serve as a model of curatorial excellence and a catalyst for art exploration at the university and in the surrounding community.
- Working closely with the Director of Engagement to deliver art instruction to a wide variety of audiences, including William & Mary students, faculty and staff, local K-12 students, and members of the regional community served by the Muscarelle Museum.
- Working closely with the Museum Director and the Museum’s Development Officer to coordinate communication and activities with the Board of Trustees of the Muscarelle Museum of Art Foundation, including planning and managing quarterly Trustee meetings.
- Working closely with the coordinator of the Museum’s annual Wine and Run for the Roses fundraiser, and serving as liaison to the staff.
- Working closely with the leader of the Museum’s Docent Program to facilitate all aspects of Docent training, engagement, and delivery of services
- Developing new W&M student engagement programs, including a student docent program, student support group, and expanded student internship opportunities
- Managing the President’s Collection of Art, including overseeing the acquisition of new works, the care and maintenance of works in the collection, and the placement of works around campus.
- Working with various senior Museum officers to plan, execute and deliver various printing projects, including art prints through the Muscarelle Editions program and other Museum publications
- Serving as project lead on other projects as assigned by the Museum Director
- BA/BS in Marketing, Art History, Education, Museum Studies, Communications, or other relevant field, or comparable education or experience
- Knowledge of the cultural arts landscape
- Experience developing new programs and program management
- Strong project management skills and a demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment that values people who work well within a team as well as independently
- Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office