Current Job Opportunities:
DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
Employment Type: Full-time, flexible schedule
The Ogunquit Museum of American Art seeks a Development and Communications Manager who can integrate a broad range of critical responsibilities. In the area of development these responsibilities include donor, board, and prospect relations; planned giving initiatives; cultivation of seasonal program and exhibition sponsorships; and major fundraising event underwriting. In the area of communications these responsibilities include public relations writing and management, copy writing and design of print publications and brochures; marketing and advertising placements; website maintenance; and social media promotion.
The Development and Communications Manager reports directly to the Executive Director, receives support from the Membership Coordinator and related committees, and works closely with other members of a small but dedicated group of museum professionals.
Candidates will have excellent writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills; digital marketing skills, computer and database proficiencies; ability to manage multiple projects; three to five years of related experience in a museum, non-profit, or other relevant organization; and a record of accomplishment.
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Please send a cover letter and resume to HR@nullogunquitmuseum.org. Rolling review. Sorry, no phone calls please.
OMAA is an equal opportunity employer.
FRONT DESK & MUSEUM SHOP ASSISTANTS
Part-time, Flexible hours, Must work one weekend day, 30% shop discount
Job requirements: Good interpersonal skills, ability to stand for lengths of time, and lift 10 lbs
TO APPLY FOR THESE POSITIONS:
Email resume to Patti Toro, Facilities & Shop Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
VOLUNTEER AT OMAA:
The Ogunquit Museum of American Art’s (OMAA’s) docent program continues to grow and enrich visitors’ museum experience. Docents are trained to guide our visitors through the museum’s exhibitions and collections, and to share the story of the Ogunquit Art Colony and the founding of the museum. They receive a rich training program and are encouraged to undertake independent research on artists that can be shared with others. Docents also benefit from OMAA-sponsored trips to museums and galleries around New England to heighten their knowledge and awareness of the dynamics of the art scene in our region.
We invite you to learn more about becoming an OMAA docent or about other volunteer opportunities at the museum. For more information, please contact Nicole Bianco at email@example.com.