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Ready to join one of the Southeast’s most dynamic art institutions? We’re looking for smart, savvy individuals who have both business acumen and a passion for art. If you think you’re the right person, click on the job titles below to learn more about the positions we have open.
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The Taubman Museum of Art is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status or any other federal, state, or local protected class.
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The Assistant Preparator and Art Handler/Technician assists the Head Preparator and Art Handler/Technician with museum-quality art handling related to the display, maintenance, and long-term care of the Museum’s collection and implementation of the Museum’s active schedule of exhibitions and programs. This position is responsible for assisting Museum staff with fine art handling, storage, packing, transportation, installations, and all related preparation for the collection and exhibition objects, and assisting facilities staff on an as-needed basis with non-gallery related maintenance, repairs, and projects as assigned. This position will also produce and install gallery labels.
The Community Engagement and Partnerships Manager oversees community engagement programming involving community partners such as performances and partnership events, Family Fun Days, Arty Parties, the Healing Ceiling Tiles project, and more. This position manages the Museum’s interactive youth gallery, Art Venture. All Museum programming is developed with an understanding of pedagogy and andragogy practices and is rooted in studio art and art history knowledge. The Manager will teach classes, conduct tours, and work with a number of groups, including students of all ages and abilities as well as teachers and organizations within the community. This is a frontline position that requires daily interaction with visitors and the community, requiring exceptional customer service skills.
The Community Engagement Tours Manager serves as the hub of curriculum development for all areas of Community Engagement for programs such as Brush Pals, Art Venture, Happy HeArts, Museum Studies, the Internship Program, Summer Camps, and other related opportunities. All Museum programming is developed with an understanding of pedagogy and andragogy practices and is rooted in studio art and art history knowledge. The Manager will teach Summer Camps, Museum Studies, public art-marking classes, professional development for teachers, conduct tours, and work with a number of groups, including students of all ages and abilities as well as teachers and organizations within the community. This is a frontline position that requires daily interaction with visitors and the community, requiring exceptional customer service skills.
The Deputy Director of Finance and Human Resources is responsible for daily accounting processing/finance and institutional budget in consultation with the Executive Director and Finance Committee, procurement operations, accounts payable and receivable, cash flow, payroll, human resources functions, employee benefits management and monthly reconciliation, museum gift shop management, information technology services in coordination with the Deputy Director of Operations and Project Management, and Museum Host/Guard program in coordination with the Deputy Director of Community Engagement.
As a key member of the senior team, the Deputy Director of Operations and Project Management manages the institutional infrastructure and operations, from building and systems repair, maintenance, and upgrades, as well as facility rentals and security systems processes and best practices. This position project manages cross-departmental initiatives to accomplish goals and drive results, ensuring clear communication, cohesive programming, balanced budgets, and optimal guest experiences. The Deputy Director of Operations and Project Management also implements technology advances to grow the Museum for the 21st century, and manages partnerships and contracts with external stakeholders and vendors, preferred caterers, and others.
The Museum Host/Guard is a highly visible, front-facing, customer service-oriented position at the Taubman Museum of Art, ensuring that visitors to the Museum have a positive experience while maintaining a safe environment for both the artwork on view and the people.