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The Fellowship Program at the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) seeks to participate in training the next generation of art museum leaders through an innovative program that combines curatorial and executive level leadership responsibilities. In collaboration with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, TMA invites applications from candidates who have completed their doctoral studies within the last five years in art history or a related discipline.
The Fellow will be a strong academic performer with an interest in museum leadership positions in the future and be committed to the Toledo Museum of Art for the full two-year duration of the appointment, with the option of a third year for projects requiring a longer tenure. To hear from previous TMA Mellon Fellows, watch the video below.
Toledo Museum of Art Fellowship
Under the direction of the Director of Development, the Annual Campaign Manager plans, directs, and implements effective annual fund-raising efforts for the Toledo Museum of Art’s membership programs.
Annual Campaign Manager
The Collections Assistant’s primary duties consist of executing permanent collection record keeping tasks. In addition, this person makes information about the Museum’s collections available to Museum staff, Museum members, and the public through authority control and file maintenance of collection database records. This person also works with scholars and the public to answer questions about the Museum’s collections, requiring excellent communication skills.
This is a multi dimensional food and beverage service opportunity working across all areas of the Café and Catering department including the Museum Cafés, Catering (private and public), and the Glass Pavilion Coffee Shop at the Toledo Museum of Art campus.
Ensure that the food service operation enhances the quality of the Museum’s visitor experience by assisting the Chef and and other kitchen staff by taking responsibility for maintaining a clean environment and a consistently professional appearance and approach to overall food service operations.
Gallery Guards support the primary function of the Protective Services Department to protect visitors, staff, the collection and the physical facility by patrolling their assigned posts and remaining alert to possible problems. As highly visible members of the Museum Staff, they treat visitors with consideration and tact, assisting with way finding and providing general information.
The glass studio facilitator/demonstrator facilitates hands on projects for the general public as well and for private engagements, helping individuals to make pre designed projects in glass. This person also presents, assists and demonstrates glass blowing for the general public and private groups. This person may also be utilized to help with various other projects related to glass programs. This is a part-time position scheduled on as-needed basis. There is no guarantee of any minimum number of hours in any timeframe (estimated 5-10 hours per week).
Glass Studio Demonstrator/Facilitator
Under the direction of the Manager of Protective Services, works to ensure the protection of the Museum collection, staff and visitors. Provide shift leadership to Gallery Guards during Museum hours, special events, programs, and other times as assigned. Provides event liaison with special events, facilities, member services, ushers and volunteers to assure effective enforcement of protective services policies and procedures with sensitivity to the visitor experience.
Group Leader, Protective Services
Full Time (10 days on/4 days off, Thursday – Tuesday) 40 hours. Performs HVAC, electrical and all general building maintenance operations and advanced maintenance as necessary in field of specialization.
Part-time supervisor, must be available Thursday – Sunday. Primary responsibility of the Supervisor position is to assist the Manager of Retail Operations, act as the Manager on Duty, facilitate sales, assess immediate needs of the sales floor and stock inventory in Museum Store and Collectors Corner. The Supervisor provides leadership and direction to the Sales Associates and a high level of selling and customer service ensuring an excellent experience at the Toledo Museum of Art for customers. CLOSING DATE: Friday, March 6, 2015, 5 p.m.
Supervisor, Retail Operations
Member of the team dedicated to creating and maintaining the physical appearance of the Museum’s buildings and grounds to the highest standards. Perform routine tasks to create a welcoming atmosphere for visitors and staff.
Utility – Custodial
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