Career Opportunities

The following career opportunities are currently available at Jewish museums and related institutions:

Head of Visitor Experience, Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles
The Head of Visitor Experience will supervise the Docent Coordinator, the Volunteer Services Manager, and the Visitor Experience Manager, with the goal of creating a positive, welcoming, and accessible experience for all Skirball visitors. The Head of Visitor Experience will be directly responsible for the training, evaluation, and recruitment of docents touring the Skirball’s changing exhibitions and its permanent exhibition on Jewish history, values, and culture. 
Contact: Anna Gross, agross@skirball.org

Zuckerman Fellowship: Curator of Community Engagement, Jewish History Museum, Tucson
The 2018-19 Curator of Community Engagement will be awarded a 12-month fellowship in Tucson, Arizona including living space, stipend, and program budget. The fellowship can be extended for a second year. The Curator of Community Engagement will be responsible for producing and presenting public programs on the museum campus, located in the downtown area of Tucson, over the course of their term.
Contact: Lisa Schachter-Brooks, museum@jewishhistorymuseum.org

Director of Development, the Breman Museum, Atlanta
The Breman Museum Development Director will work closely and in partnership with the Executive Director to lead all fundraising efforts in this growing organization. 

Special Events and Rental Manager, Jewish Museum, New York
The Jewish Museum seeks a detail-oriented, multi-tasker to manage its facility rental program.  This is a complex role with supervisory responsibility for all outside events held at the Museum, as well as some internal events.  In addition to having strong organizational and administrative skills, this position requires someone with the maturity to handle a broad range of client needs with professionalism and tact.

Director, Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is looking for a respected leader in Holocaust research to join our leadership team working to advance the permanence of Holocaust memory, relevance and understanding and inspire citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide and promote human dignity.

Director of Marketing and Communications, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco
The Director of Marketing and Communications  is a vital member of the Museum's senior leadership team and will have the opportunity to play a key role in creating and implementing a multi-year marketing and communications plan designed to achieve The Museum’s goals. She or he is responsible for brand strategy, leading all marketing, internal and external communications, public relations, publications, and audience development including all digital and social media. 

Director of Development, Lillian & Albert Small Jewish Museum at the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington, DC
The Lillian & Albert Small Jewish Museum is looking for a strong leader to help our long-established organization as we shift into high gear—inventing and building a new museum that explores the past, present and future of Jewish Washington. The Director of Development will lead our capital campaign for the construction of the museum and promote awareness and support of the organization through annual giving, board relations, and membership planning. 


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