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Coordinator, Hands on Education

The Coordinator of Hands on Education partners with the Family Center Manager in the planning, facilitation, and evaluation of hands-on activities originating in the Museum family center.  This individual will be responsible for scheduling, maintaining classroom materials, facilitating activities and the general maintenance of the Family Center.  This individual works as a member of the Education and Engagement team to optimize visitor experience and promote art education.

Coordinator, Hands on Education


Development Officer

The Development Officer’s primary focus is to advance the Toledo Museum of Art by securing, managing and stewarding major, planned and corporate gifts through relationships and development practices. Activities include prospecting, the design and execution of cultivation and solicitation strategies, and moving prospects effectively through the solicitation cycle. The position will be focused particularly on the Museum’s Business Council membership program as well as corporate sponsorships and underwriting. The Development Officer will be responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects in addition to effectively communicating and advancing the strategic objectives of the Toledo Museum of Art.

Development Officer


Digital Image Metadata Intern

As a member of the Information Services team, the Metadata Intern will work in partnership with the Museum’s Systems Analyst/ Imaging Specialist and Marketing Communications Coordinator to evaluate and address the backlog of digital surrogates that need preparation for ingest into the museums Digital Asset Management (DAMS) system as well as new digital images being created. The intern will become familiar with embedded metadata guidelines for digital images. The intern will then learn technique for embedding minimal descriptive embedded metadata into digital surrogates and establish relationships between digital surrogates and metadata within the DAM.

Digital Image Metadata Intern


Dishwasher (Part–time)

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.

Dishwasher (Part–time)


Family Center Assistant

The Family Center Assistant is a part-time role that works directly in the family center facilitating hands-on activities.  This individual will be responsible for maintaining the classroom and supplies for the shift and works as a member of the Education and Engagement team to optimize visitor experience and promote art education.

Family Center Assistant (Part-time)


Gallery Guard

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.

Gallery Guard


Glass Technician

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.

Glass Technician


Grants Manager

As a member of the development team, this positon will work collaboratively across the Museum to maintain current grants and lead the structuring of a long term grant strategy that is in support of the overall Museum revenue goals.

Grants Manager


Graphic Designer

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 Designer


Group Leader, Protective Services

Working under the direction of the Director of Protective Services and as an integral member of the Protective Services team, this position works to ensure the safety and security of the Museum collection, staff and visitors.

Group Leader, Protective Services


Head Usher

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.

Head Usher


Human Resources, Talent Specialist

This role will have primary responsibility for managing a holistic talent program that includes the recruitment and onboarding of staff, internship, cooperative and volunteer posts. This is an opportunity to impact the Museum and influence the development of future leaders in the museum industry.

Human Resources, Talent Specialist


Maintenance Mechanic

Performs HVAC, electrical and all general building maintenance operations and advanced maintenance as necessary in field of specialization.

Maintenance Mechanic


Membership and Visitor Service Team Leader

Leads membership and visitor services associates on a day-to-day basis, ensures that all visitors are greeted with a warm welcome and have a positive first experience upon entering the Museum; leads membership sales efforts, assures that information desks are adequately staffed and visitor entries have the appropriate signage and posted schedules and are organized and stocked with publications. The Team Leader will also assist the department manager with administrative tasks as needed.

Membership and Visitor Services Team Leader


Membership and Visitor Service Associate (Part-time)

Provide a welcoming and positive first experience for visitors upon entrance to the Museum and
similarly engaging with them upon departure from the Museum; advises visitors of the benefits of memberships and Museum events and activities; sells memberships, ensures that the Museum information desk to which he/she is assigned has the appropriate signage and posted schedule and is organized and stocked with publications.

Membership and Visitor Service Associate (Part-time)


Sales Associate

Sales Associates are responsible for facilitating sales in the Museum Store and Collectors Corner as well as providing excellent customer service, stocking inventory as needed, and contributing to the appearance of the store.

Sales Associate (Part Time)


Sales Associate Supervisor

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.

Sales Associate Supervisor


Seasonal Summer Grounds Assistant

The primary responsibility of the Seasonal Summer Grounds Assistant is to help maintain the Toledo Museum of Art campus grounds in a condition of excellence, assisting the Facilities department with various grounds keeping tasks involving the care and maintenance of turf and grounds.

Seasonal Summer Grounds Assistant


Usher

The Toledo Museum of Art is looking for individuals to usher for events held in the Peristyle Theater. Some common events include the Toledo Symphony Orchestra concerts, Master’s Series lectures, classic movie screenings and more. As a member of the usher team, this individual will work with volunteer ushers to optimize the visitor experience when visiting the Museum and Peristyle Theater. This role has a varied schedule based upon Peristyle events hours and predominantly includes evenings and weekends.

Usher


To apply for a position listed above please download the Employment Application and complete the entire form. Then, save and email the completed application along with your resume and cover letter (in an uncompressed format) to jobs@toledomuseum.org or mail to:

Human Resources Toledo Museum of Art P.O. Box 1013 Toledo, OH 43697

Employment Application


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