Teri SharpPublic Relations Manager419-255-8000 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Fritz Garrow, APR Director of Communications419-255-8000 ext. email@example.com
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. 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.
The Development Coordinator has responsibility for the accurate processing of donations, memberships and constituent data for the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA). The Coordinator manages the daily workflow of gift deposits and entry of gifts into TMA’s Development database (The Raiser’s Edge). The Coordinator is responsible for the gift receipt/acknowledgement letter process. In addition, the Coordinator is responsible for data entry, coordinating regular development processes and support requests.
The Docent Manager’s primary responsibility is to work with the Director of Education in leading and managing the Toledo Museum of Art docent program. This includes management of the docent training program and tour programs, recruitment of new docents and acting as the Museum liaison to the community in regards to docent programming. The incumbent will be crucial to the Museum’s strategic objective of teaching visual literacy, by leading this initiative with current and future docents.
Part-time, varied hours & shifts. 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
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.
20-25 hours per week. 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.
Line Cook – Part Time
Under the supervision of the Head Librarian, this internship will gain first-hand experience working the reference desk and will participate directly in departmental activities in a small museum library. The main focus of the internship will be on cataloging and processing, but will also include scheduled hours at the Library’s Reference Desk and require working with a diverse group of library patrons from undergraduate students, museum curators and the University of Toledo faculty. The internship may assist with additional acquisitions and processing tasks as needed. This is an excellent opportunity to gain invaluable working experience in an exciting, mission-driven organization, establish a professional network and make valuable connections.
Reference Library & Cataloging Internship
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.
Supervisor, Retail Operations
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