The Arizona Historical Society (AHS) informs and inspires people of all ages by sharing the stories of the people, places and events that made Arizona what it is today, through its exhibits, programs, publications, and outreach. The Curator of Exhibitions and Collections manages the care of the Arizona Historical Society (AHS) Central Division’s collection of approximately 23,000 artifacts; ensures adherence to Collection policies and procedures; curates exhibitions while working collaboratively with other staff on interpretation and related programming; manages the planning process for special exhibitions, permanent collection installations and other museum projects that require curatorial input; writes on and lectures on collections and exhibitions for varied audiences; supervises interns and student workers; and positively represents the museum, its mission, and collections to patrons and the general public. (posted 2/7/18)
Tohono Chul seeks a team-oriented, energetic and enthusiastic Assistant Curator of Exhibitions and Collections Manager who will thrive in a fast-paced environment and who is well-suited to working collaboratively with a small staff. The Assistant Curator of Exhibitions and Collections Manager assists in the development and implementation of creative art exhibits that reflect Tohono Chul’s goal of connecting Nature, Art and Culture, interpreting that mission for members, visitors and the community. This position interacts directly and indirectly with the public on a regular basis and plays a key role in ensuring an exceptional visitor experience both on and offsite. The Assistant Curator of Exhibitions and Collections Manager assists in supervising and coordinating the activities of exhibits volunteers. Requires occasional work on weekends, evenings, nights and holidays. Please see above link for details. (posted 2/8/18)
Tohono Chul seeks an organized and team-oriented Philanthropy Associate who will thrive in a fast-paced environment and who is well-suited to working collaboratively with a small staff. The Philanthropy Associate is responsible for all administrative aspects of philanthropy and facilitates all philanthropy activities including donor relations, direct mail appeals, and special events. The position reports directly to the Executive Director but will also work closely with the Philanthropy Consultant and the Directors of Finance and Marketing. This position will supervise and coordinate the activities of the Membership Coordinator and volunteers. Requires occasional work on weekends, evenings, nights and holidays. Please see above link for details. (posted 2/8/18)
The Program Assistant is responsible for assisting MOCA Tucson’s education, public programs, and special events staff with events from conceptualization to execution. This position requires communicating with artists, MOCA staff, volunteers and interns, and adhering to timelines. Please see the above link for details and how to apply. (posted 2/9/18)
The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson seeks a highly motivated, experienced, and detail-oriented Development and Membership Director. This position will report to the Executive Director and work closely with the Board of Directors to increase fundraising. Please see the above link for details and how to apply. (posted 2/9/18)
Tohono Chul seeks a creative team player and visual problem solver with a passion for creativity and design in a fast-paced environment. The graphic designer will be responsible for ensuring consistency in style guides and templates to ensure the integrity of Tohono Chul’s brand. This position includes both maintaining and updating current design work and conceptualization, design, creation and production of internal and external marketing and promotional materials for Tohono Chul and its diverse programs.