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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.
Curator of Glass
Provides curatorial leadership and vision for the Toledo Museum of Art’s encyclopedic glass collection. Responsible for the acquisition, exhibition, scholarship and research of the Museum’s glass collection. This role also provides curatorial oversight of the decorative arts collection.
Director of Protective Services
The Director of Protective Services is responsible for leading the Toledo Museum of Art’s enterprise wide security program, including security policy, security strategy, security operations, and security risk management. The Director of Protective Services must have the flexibility and aptitude to design a security program that addresses the unique challenges associated with a nonprofit, museum setting.
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.
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 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.
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.
Sales Associate (Part–time)
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.