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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. Primary responsibility is to ensure that the food service operation enhances the quality of the Museum’s visitor experience, provide efficient and friendly customer service, and consistently present a professional approach to overall food and beverage service operations.
Chief Revenue Officer
The Chief Revenue Officer will be responsible for driving revenue growth by leverage all revenue generating departments, including marketing, visitor engagement, development and retail operations. The CRO will guide all revenue-related activities and maintain an excellent communication framework across various organizational functions.
The Gallery Guard protects visitors, staff, the collection, and the physical facility by patrolling their assigned posts and remaining alert at all times to potential issues and problems. As a highly visible member of the Museum staff, the Gallery Guard provides excellent customer service by treating visitors with respect, consideration and tact while providing general information and guidance.
Glass Production Artist
Assists in the design and creation of glass artwork for the Museum glass production program. Production involves creation of art installations and consumable products.
Glass Studio Artist (Part–time)
Work directly with the Museum’s visitors both as a glass-making demonstrator and as a hands-on facilitator giving participants a first-hand experience in the art of glassmaking. May also assist with production work or classes in the glass studio.
Glass Technician (Part–time)
The Glass Studio Technician is a front line position responsible for the smooth and effective implementation of Museum functions that occur in the Glass Studios. The core responsibilities of this position deal with customer service, studio stewardship, basic maintenance, organization and preparedness for daily operations.
Produce high-quality, appropriate designs for Museum departments to enhance the visitor experience. Manage a variety of internal and external clients to develop designs that meet time, budget, and logistical constraints. Think creatively to produce new ideas and approaches to achieve Museum goals. Work well with multiple deadlines and internal and external service providers. Work collaboratively with staff and embrace accountability. Maintain an organized work environment and schedule to aid in management of a large variety of projects.
Graphic Design Intern
This internship provides students with experience of creating graphics and templates for exhibitions, advertisements and marketing materials in a museum setting.
The Toledo Museum of Art Head Usher is an integral part of the Peristyle Theater. Head Ushers team up with our TMA Volunteer Ushers to provide and facilitate a smooth, safe, and enjoyable experience for our guests.
Ensure that the food service operation enhances the quality of the Museum’s visitor experience by assisting in the preparation of creative and delicious food, providing efficient and friendly customer service, and consistently presenting a professional approach to overall food service operations.
Museum Leadership Fellow (Spring 2018)
TMA seeks to participate in training the next generation of art museum leaders through an innovative, experiential program that combines curatorial and executive level leadership responsibilities. This opportunity provides direct experience in strategic planning, curatorial and programming leadership, board development, philanthropy stewardship, financial and resource management, and policy development along with building partnerships across the broader industry and community.
The Museum is seeking a part time professional receptionist to be the first point of contact in our executive office and to provide administrative support for the Chief Executive Officer, for the Executive Assistant and for other executives in Senior Management. This role requires the successful candidate to have exceptional communication skills and an immaculate presentation, customer focus and attention to detail.