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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.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

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.

The Taubman Museum of Art is also committed to comply with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.

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Questions and application materials can be directed to Stacy Reece at sreece@taubmanmuseum.org.

Open Positions

Upcoming Opportunities


The Deputy Director of Development is a senior management position responsible for the strategic oversight, leadership and implementation of a multi-faceted fundraising program for the Taubman Museum of Art (TMA). The duties include directing and coordinating all development activities related to membership, major fundraising activities, new sources of income, annual fund, individual and major gifts, corporate, and foundation sponsorships. The Deputy Director of Development builds, implements, and leads planned giving initiatives and is responsible for the team fundraising goal of $2 million+ for annual budget, increasing the TMA endowment, and increasing annual commitments to planned giving.

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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.

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The Gifts Officer will develop and initiate the practices to identify, cultivate, solicit, close, and steward an active pool of current and new donor prospects. Managing a portfolio of both corporate and individual donors, their primary responsibility is to solicit gifts in support of the Taubman Museum of Art’s unrestricted annual fund/general operations and programmatic funding for exhibitions, educational initiatives, and fundraising events. The Gifts Officer must thoroughly understand, and be able to articulate, the museum’s mission, vision, culture, values, history, key stakeholders, exhibitions, programs, and finances.

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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.

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The Security Associate, under the direction of the Security Manager and in coordination with the Visitors Service Coordinator and Senior Museum Host/Guard, and the Museum Host/Guards, is responsible for monitoring and maintaining the security of the Museum facility, ground, guests, and staff. The Security Associates executes security policies, regulations, rules, and norms and ensures that the collection is secure.

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