July – Job Listings from Len Davis


4. Studio Assistant Program,

The International Studio & Curatorial
Program (ISCP)


The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) Studio Assistant
Program is an opportunity for young artists to work with a
professional artist in their studio. Selected participants work with
an ISCP artist- in-residence for eight hours a week for a minimum of
three months on production and administration tasks.  ISCP residents
mentor current students or recent graduates.

Studio Assistants;
-participate in a cross-cultural experience,
-gain insight into the studio practice of a working artist,
-learn new skills in research and studio practice.

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP);
-matches participants to professional artists with similar interests,
-invites assistants on selected field trips,
-provides assistants with a $60/month stipend and a $200 honorarium at
the completion of their assistantship.

Qualifications: Undergraduate or graduate students in the fine arts.
Ability to commit to 8 hours a week for 12 weeks.

To Apply: Email c.v. and cover letter to Special Projects Coordinator
Juliana Cope, jcope@iscp-nyc.org. Applications accepted year round.

Website: www.iscp-nyc.org


5. Arts Administrator/ Fine Art Consultant, Art Source LA
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA

Art Source L.A., Inc. is a full service international fine art
consulting firm providing art programs to the corporate, hospitality,
healthcare, public, and private sectors. Please visit our website to
get to know us better: www.artsourcela.com
Commitment: 2-4 days a week (M-Th), flexible hours
Pay: entry-level, competitive
Description: We have an entry-level opportunity for a recent college
graduate or someone with previous experience in the fine arts
industry.  Arts administration study or experience is a huge plus.
Work will entail artist research & communication, spec writing,
catalog updating, filing, database maintenance, marketing research,
light photo editing in Photoshop, layout design in InDesign and other
production tasks.  Focus and organization are essential as there are
many components to the workflow. Additional responsibilities include
flat file organization (works on paper & photography), packing and
shipping artwork returns, and other administrative support tasks.
Great for those who have studied Fine Art
Management/Administration/Business and/or Fine Arts, Interior Design
and possibly Graphic Design.
Requirements: Familiarity with fine art resources, both national and
international Internet research Knowledge of Adobe In Design,
Photoshop and Bridge Professional & cordial email & phone etiquette
Impeccable organization Proficient on Mac platform Integrity
Reliability Must love dogs *Experience in the Public Art realm is a
plus *Ability to read, write and translate Arabic is a plus.
Please submit your resume in PDF format (WORD DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE
OPENED OR REVIEWED), availability considerations, cover letter stating
your career goals and specific relevant experience, and desired salary
range.  Also include samples of any graphic design work in PDF format
if applicable, or link to your portfolio.

Use the title “Arts Administrator Position” in your email subject line.
We can’t wait to meet you!

6. Various Positions (incl. Visual Arts Staff), VOICE Charter School

VOICE Charter School, currently serving grades K-4, combines rigorous
academics with a unique performance based arts program. Our staff
works collaboratively to raise the academic performance of all
students. For new teachers, VOICE is a particularly good environment
to embark on teaching since the close work of grade level teams and
departments provides a unique kind of support in addition to regular

To apply, send (1) a professional resume and (2) a cover letter
specific to VOICE Charter School expressing why you would be a good
fit for our teaching and learning community to:

For more information, please visit: www.voicecharterschool.org


7. Special Events Coordinator, Rubin Museum of Art

The mission of the Rubin Museum of Art is to foster a dynamic
environment that stimulates learning, promotes understanding, and
inspires personal connections to the idea, cultures, and art of
Himalayan Asia.

The museum seeks a Special Events Coordinator to join the Special
Events team. The Coordinator will execute a variety of special events,
process facility rentals, and provide support to the Special Events

-Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
-Coordinate assigned events and provide event logistics and operation support.
-Maintain assigned Outlook event calendar details and update and alert
stakeholder museum staff.
-Work with museum staff to establish and maintain schedules for the
social, cultivation, public relations/marketing, members, program
related, volunteer recognition and holiday celebrations.

For a complete list, please visit:

-B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent required.
-At least 3 years’ experience in event planning and management,
preferably for a not-for-profit organization.
-Comfortable with a wide variety of computer applications including
being well-versed in Microsoft Office Suite required.
-Knowledge of fundraising database management systems (Raiser’s Edge)
and POS ticketing system highly desirable.

For a complete list, please visit:

$37,000 – $40,000, depending upon experience.
Competitive and attractive benefits package.


Complete resume, including salary history and salary requirements.
Summarize your relevant qualifications for this specific position and
separately address each of the Qualification points. No generic
statements please.

Indicate Special Events Coordinator on the Subject Line of Email or in
body of cover letter.
Applications in electronic format preferred, and accepted at jobs@rmanyc.org
Mailed applications – Manager, Human Resources, Rubin Museum of Art,
150 West 17th Street, New York, New York 10011


8. Head of Institutional Giving, Rubin Museum of Art

The mission of the Rubin Museum of Art is to foster a dynamic
environment that stimulates learning, promotes understanding, and
inspires personal connections to the idea, cultures, and art of
Himalayan Asia.

With a strategic plan in place for the next three years, an annual
operating budget of over $15 million, which is expected to grow in the
years to come, and the celebration of the museum’s tenth anniversary
in 2014, this is an exciting time to join the Rubin Museum of Art.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
-Foundations: identify potential foundation support including
research, strategic development of proposals and key relationships
with foundation leadership and staff, and oversee the tracking of all
grant proposals and reports.
-Corporations: recruit major sponsorships for the museum’s exhibitions
and public programs; lead the Corporate Membership program, and
solicit support for the museum’s education and community access

For a complete list, please visit:

-A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible experience in
development, preferably within a cultural/arts organization in New
York City, including a track record of success in raising significant
support from foundations, corporations and the government.
-Proven ability to develop and execute a comprehensive strategic plan
to attract institutional investments for priority initiatives (the
museum’s collection, exhibitions, innovative films, lectures, concerts
and creative educational, learning and community-access initiatives).
-Proven ability to solicit and close grants/sponsorships at the
$100,000 – $250,000 level and higher.

For a complete list, please visit:


The Rubin Museum of Art offers a competitive salary, commensurate with
experience. Competitive and attractive benefits package.

A complete resume which must include salary history and requirements.
A cover letter which outlines how your experience and skills meet the
specific qualifications for this position.

Indicate Head of Institutional Giving on the subject line of email or
in body of cover letter.
Applications in electronic format preferred, and accepted at jobs@rmanyc.org
Mailed applications – Manager, Human Resources, Rubin Museum of Art,
150 West 17th Street, New York, New York 10011


9. Curatorial Assistant, The Portland Museum of Art
LOCATION: Portland, ME

Under the general supervision of the Curatorial
Coordinator and in collaboration with the Curatorial and Registrar’s
staff, provides administrative support for the Curatorial Department
to ensure successful execution of curatorial and exhibition programs
in support of the Museum’s mission.

-Provides effective support for exhibition scheduling and production,
including preparing loan and photography requests, corresponding with
artists and lenders, creating and distributing checklists, producing
exhibition labels, and generating project evaluation forms.
-Assists with the development and coordination of scholarly
publications and other exhibition-related research and projects as
-Fields and responds to inquiries regarding the collection, artists,
conservation, appraisals, and exhibitions. Assists with maintenance of
the Curatorial files.
-Assists with processing expenditure, personnel, and purchasing
documents related to the revenue and expense accounts for the
Collections Division.

For a complete listing, please visit:


Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with one to three years
experience in administrative support and/or office management.
Experience in arts administration, art history, fine art, or another
museum or gallery position preferred.

-Excellent office management skills with considerable knowledge of
office practices and procedures.
-Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills with attention to detail.
-Effective interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

For a complete listing, please visit:

The majority of work is
performed in a museum or gallery setting or in a normal office
environment not subject to extremes of noise, temperature, odor, etc.
Operates computer, printer, photocopier, scanner, and other office
equipment. Work involves extended sitting and computer use.

The Curatorial Assistant position is a full-time,
full-benefits, hourly, employment-at-will position.

Please send cover letter, resume’, and completed PMA
application (available here or at the front desk) to:
business@portlandmuseum.org or mail to: Business Manager, Portland
Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square, Portland, ME 04101. Applications
will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

The Portland Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applications for this position require a completed PMA Job Application
in addition to any materials requested above.


10. Curator of Collections, George Mason University

George Mason University Development invites applications for a
full-time Curator of Collections position to manage permanent
collections of art and artifacts, oversee collection development,
direct cataloguing and conservation of collections, and develop
university-wide policies and guidelines in all areas.

Responsibilities include maintaining up-to-date catalogue, vetting
potential gifts, and shaping the role of the office; working closely
with colleagues in the arts and in development.

Candidates with a broad-range of interests in more than one period of
art, in material culture, and in art in a global context are
encouraged to apply. Applicants should have a graduate degree in art
history, museum studies, or visual arts management; proficiency in a
digital environment; and a record of experience. Demonstrated
organizational skills, program planning, and implementation. Excellent
writing, speaking and public relations skills. Ability to work well as
part of a team; good interpersonal skills; and creativity, energy, and

George Mason University is a dynamic state university with over 32,000
students, located 14 miles from Washington, D.C. The university has a
strong record of scholarly research and is home to the award-winning
Center for History and New Media. Salary is dependent upon background
and experience.

Review of applications will begin on June 29, 2012, and will continue
until the position is filled.

For more information, please visit: https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/27993


11. Curator, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
LOCATION: Ridgefield, CT

The Curator works on the conceptualization, development, and
implementation of The Aldrich Museum’s curatorial program. S/he
researches, proposes, plans, and manages exhibitions within the
framework of the Museum’s mission and long-term curatorial goals.

The Curator facilitates the flow of communication with artists (and
their galleries and collectors) regarding their participation in
Aldrich exhibitions and the interaction of exhibiting artists with
Museum staff. S/he is responsible for multiple exhibitions during each
semester of exhibitions.

The Curator works in close cooperation with the Museum’s education
department in developing appropriate ancillary public programming that
supports the Museum’s educational and outreach goals.

As a member of the management team, the Curator participates in the
overall development strategy for the Museum, including grant writing,
cultivation of donors, event planning, and engagement with Museum
trustees, members, patrons, and audiences.

Visiting Curators
Curatorial Fellows
Curatorial Interns

Responsibilities Include, but Are Not Limited To:

-Conceptualizing and curating individual and group exhibitions in
addition to developing exhibitions with, and providing support for,
the Exhibitions Director and Executive Director and outside curators
-Collaborating with the Exhibitions Director and Internal Affairs
Director in developing and monitoring annual exhibition budgets
-Visiting galleries, museums, and artist’s studios to maintain current
knowledge of the contemporary art field as well as current museum and
curatorial practices
-Building relationships with artists, curators, institutions, and
other collaborators to foster cooperative ventures
-Working closely with artists in developing and realizing new projects
-Negotiating loans with galleries, collectors, artists, and other institutions
-Authoring scholarly publications and interpretive text for the
Museum’s audience and assisting with press releases, exhibition
announcements, exhibition signage, and website content
For a complete listing, please visit:


-Minimum MA or MFA in art history, curatorial studies, or relevant field

-Proven experience organizing innovative exhibitions and contemporary
art projects
-Exceptional knowledge of contemporary art and culture; evidence of
critical research and writing
-Knowledge of art-historical bibliography and research methods and
ability to acquire, interpret, and communicate information relevant to
exhibitions and related programs
-Superb writing and public speaking skills, excellent organizational ability

Competitive salary with medical benefits, paid vacation,
and 401K plan

How To Apply:
All inquiries and application materials (cover letter
and resume) should be submitted to: general@aldrichart.org with the
subject line: CURATOR. No calls please.


12. Exhibition Project Coordinator, Peabody Essex Museum

We are seeking a highly talented Exhibition Project Coordinator to
support long range and short term exhibition planning and the
implementation of an array of projects and tasks related to the
Museum’s exhibition program. Under the supervision of the Director of
Exhibition Planning, the successful candidate works closely with
Design, Curatorial, Interpretation, Registration, Collections Services
and Facilities Management to coordinate planning, scheduling and
production activities related to the Museum’s changing exhibitions,
traveling exhibitions, collection gallery rotations and special

The Exhibition Project Coordinator must have a minimum of three years
experience in planning, prioritizing, scheduling, and project
implementation; and experience coordinating a variety of different
projects at one time. Exhibition planning experience within a museum
setting is preferred. Strong project management skills are required as
well as the ability to establish effective working relationships
across several departments. Solid computer skills using Microsoft
Office and the ability to work with digital images are required.

A BA in Art History, Museum Studies or related program or the
equivalent combination of education and experience is required.

Interested candidates should send their resumes with cover letters and
salary requirements, to Human Resources, Peabody Essex Museum, East
India Square, Salem, MA 01970-3783 or apply by email to jobs@pem.org.

CONTACT: Human Resources, Email: jobs@pem.org


13. Gallery Assistant, Matthew Marks Gallery

Matthew Marks Gallery seeks a full-time gallery assistant.  This
position encompasses a wide range of duties. The ideal candidate is an
extremely organized, personable individual with an art history
background and gallery administrative experience able to perform a
multitude of tasks in a fast-paced, occasionally high pressure
environment. Responsibilities will include: greeting visitors,
maintaining artist biographies, selling catalogs, answering questions
from the public, preparing sales packages for clients, preparing
checklists for exhibitions, making travel arrangements for gallery
directors, preparing press release and announcement card mailings; as
well as additional miscellaneous support for the Directors.
and benefits: Competitive entry-level salary, health benefits, 401K,
paid vacation plus major holidays.

Qualifications: Applicant must have 1-2 years minimum gallery
experience as well as a background in art history.  Applicant must
have excellent communication skills and be poised, mature, and
Please send cover letter and resume to
gallerycorrespondence@gmail.com with the position title in the subject

Website: http://matthewmarks.com


14. Curator of Education and Community Outreach, The Solomon R.
Guggenheim Foundation (Abu Dhabi Project)

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF) is seeking a Curator of
Education and Community Outreach, Abu Dhabi Project. As a senior
member of the Abu Dhabi Project team, the Curator of Education and
Community Outreach will work in close alignment with the SRGF
Education, Curatorial and Senior representative in Abu Dhabi and the
Education and Project Management Units of the Abu Dhabi Tourism &
Culture Authority and others as appropriate to research, develop, and
pilot/implement audience and education strategies and programs and to
support in preparation for the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Museum’s opening
in 2017 and beyond.

Specific Roles and Responsibilities:
-Contribute to research, conceptualization, planning, execution and
documentation of public programs that contextualize the activities of
the future Museum including the building of the collection,
commissions and temporary exhibitions
-Develop in conjunction with SRGF marketing, project management and
external affairs education-related audience research initiatives;
provide management assistance with implementation and follow-up
-Develop and implement a strategic plan for establishing regional
cultural, community and Education  (K-12 and Higher Education)
networks; act as senior education representative for community,
cultural and education-related functions in Abu Dhabi.
-Liaise and consult with SRGF Senior Representative in Abu Dhabi on
all in-country activities, local, and regional community engagement
and partner relationships.
-Advise on and contribute to the development of pre-opening education
/ interpretative material  and other publishing initiatives agreed by
SRGF for focus groups or other in terms of content and editorial

For a complete listing, please visit:

Qualifications and Requirements:

-Graduate degree or equivalent in art history, museum studies, art
education, arts administration, cultural studies, or related field or
MFA in studio art
-Excellent knowledge of contemporary art history and the
international art world
-Minimum 5-7 years experience with adult and community outreach
programs, audience research and evaluation in comparable cultural or
educational institutions

For a complete listing, please visit:

SRGF offers a competitive salary and excellent medical, dental, life,
disability, and retirement

plan coverage.  Our staff also enjoys generous vacation, sick leave
and personal days, access to a variety of cultural institutions,
discounts to museum stores, and a stimulating and collegial work

Qualified applicants please send your resume and cover letter,
including salary expectations, to employment@guggenheim.org.  Indicate
the job title “Curator of Education and Community Outreach, Abu Dhabi
Project” in the subject line.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.



15. Assistant Director of Public Affairs, The New York Public Library

External Responsibilities:
-Supervise and provide leadership for the staff of the Public Affairs
and Development Unit.
-In partnership with the Communications and Marketing departments,
develop communications and marketing strategies.
-Partner with the Director of Schomburg Public Education and Jr.
Scholars -Program to strengthen educational activities for middle and
high school students and teachers.
-Serve as a member of the Schomburg’s senior management team.

For a complete listing, please visit: https://jobs-nypl.icims.com/jobs/6928/job

External Qualifications
-Masters degree in African-American studies, arts administration,
management education, humanities or library science.
-Minimum of 7 years management experience, preferably in a large
complex library operation or similar cultural institution;
-Substantial knowledge of African-American, African and African
Diasporan history and culture;
-Proven ability to lead and engage in strategic planning processes;
able to think critically, objectively, analytically, and strategically
and to set priorities;
-Experience in supervising and managing staff, including mentoring
them to meet their goals while growing skill sets to meet future
Center needs;

For a complete listing, please visit: https://jobs-nypl.icims.com/jobs/6928/job


16. Curator of Education, University Museums, University of Delaware

University Museums, University of Delaware seeks a Curator of
Education to develop programming in conjunction with exhibitions;
offer public lectures and gallery talks; and develop educational
initiatives to broaden the Museums impact on campus. S/he will serve
as a liaison with the University faculty, and promote the Museums
programs to the University students, community, and the general

Qualifications: Masters in Art History, Art Education, other
humanistic discipline and three years of relevant professional
experience; broad knowledge of Art History with a particular interest
and strength in one or more of the followings fields: Contemporary
art, African American Art, and/or the History of Photography;
effective communication skills to include public speaking and writing;
knowledge and interest in social media and their outreach potential.

To apply, please visit www.udel.edu/udjobs The University of Delaware
is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/dx44q7c



17. Director of Museum Collections Unit & Senior Lecturer in Museum &
Gallery Studies, University of St Andrews

LOCATION: Scotland, UK

The University of St Andrews seeks to appoint a new Director of its
Museum Collections Unit who will also contribute to teaching and
research in the Museum & Gallery Studies programme in the School of
Art History. Approximately 50% of the postholder’s time will be spent
in each of these roles. You should have a PhD or equivalent and have
experience of working in a museum at the curatorial level.

You will be expected to contribute through lectures and other forms
of student interaction to the Museum & Gallery Studies M.Litt.
programme. Supervising research students working towards the Ph.D. or
M.Phil. will also be part of your role. You should be able to provide
evidence of your research abilities in the form of publications that
will be suitable for inclusion in the School’s submission to the
Research Excellence Framework (REF) in December 2013. Other evidence
of research activity (e.g. grants awarded, conference papers
delivered, exhibition involvement) will also be taken into account.

The Director is responsible for the management of the University’s
museum collections and for the operations and services of the Museum
Collections Unit.  You will develop and deliver the strategic
objectives of the Unit, with reference to wider University strategy
and professional sectoral standards. You will manage the staff,
finances and other resources of the Unit, including identifying and
securing additional resources for both long-term development and
short-term projects.
In directing the Museum Collections Unit you will have a subject
specialism relevant to the St Andrews collections. You will have a
broad understanding of current museological practice and recent
experience in a managerial role. You should be a good communicator and
be able to demonstrate the energy and initiative needed to ensure that
the Museum Collections play a significant role in the teaching and
research activities of the University. Other useful experience might
include: fund raising, curating exhibitions, and involvement in museum
or heritage organizations, committees and working groups at a local
and national level.
Informal enquiries can be directed to:  Professor Neville V.
Richardson, Master of the United College, email:
master@st-andrews.ac.uk and tel +44 (0) 1334 462548.
Start Date 1
October 2012 or as soon as possible thereafter
Ref No: SK3635
Date: 31 July 2012
Further Particulars:


18. Senior Specialist, Prints, Unspecified Auction House

For our renowned auction house client, we are seeking a Senior
Specialists in Prints. The successful applicant will focus on
business-getting with an emphasis on sourcing and bringing in
high-value property. Duties include: develop new business contacts and
strategic opportunities; manage existing account base and grow new
business; write catalogue entries; target new sellers, markets and
areas of interest; participate in pre-selling upcoming auctions and
telephone bidding with clients during auctions; other duties as
required. The ideal candidate will have strong general knowledge of
international prints and the print market, a proven sales record with
a focus on top tier clients, the ability to perform in a highly
competitive market and excellent communications, networking and
negotiating skills. Bachelor’s degree in Art History or Decorative
Arts preferred; or equivalent work experience. Master’s degree
preferred. Minimum of 8 years paid work experience in related field.
Superior client relations skills and the ability to work in a team
environment are essential. An excellent opportunity for an energetic
and detail-oriented professional. Competitive salary DOE and excellent
benefits. Please send resume with detailed cover letter and the
contact information for at least 3 references to:

Thomas & Associates, Inc.
6 East 39th Street
New York, NY 10016
F. 212.779.7096


19. Assistant Development Officer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

General Description:
The primary responsibility of this position will
be to draft donor reports and funding proposals for the Museum’s
Education programs and to research potential Education grants from
foundations and government entities, working with the Deputy Chief
Development Officer for Government and Foundation Giving.  This
position will also be responsible for tracking program budgets and
fundraising targets and maintaining descriptions of programming. This
is a part–time position and has an end date of June 30, 2013.
Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

-Working with Education Department staff, edit or draft annual reports
to foundations, including working with budgets.

-Research new foundation and government agency prospects and
strategize approaches.

-Generate new proposals to foundations and government agencies,
working with Education staff.

-Maintain current program budgets and funding

-Track Education giving to ensure the Development Office is meeting
fundraising goals

-Special projects, as assigned

-Other related duties

Requirements and Qualifications:

Experience and Skills:

-Proven excellent written and oral communications skills,
organizational skills, and attention to detail required.

-Three or more years of development experience, preferably working
with foundations

-Must be highly motivated and able to function in a fast-paced environment.

-Must work well with others and independently.

Knowledge and Education:

-Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.

-Experience in the Education funding field is desirable.

-Computer literacy (Microsoft Office) required.

-Knowledge of databases preferable.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to christine.begley@metmuseum.org


20. Digital Ad Sales Coordinator, ARTINFO


The Ad Sales Coordinator is critical to supporting a growing
international Sales Team. This is an exciting, multi-dimensional role
in a fast-paced, creative environment for a detail-oriented
individual, with excellent project management and communication

ARTINFO is a daily must-read for breaking news, reviews and market
products with 10 International sites covering culture in all its

The Sales Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the smooth flow of
information, and follow up for existing and prospective clients, as
well as Sales team. Ideal candidate has sales support and advertising
experience with publishing, reporting, and base analytical skills. The
position reports to the Director of Online Sales and the Senior Vice
President Business Development.


-Create ad campaign proposals for clients with/for the Sales team

-Manage pending Insertion Orders data for Sales team

-Compile weekly report of signed Insertion Orders

-Communicate with client to retrieve Insertion Order and advertising

-Act as main internal contact for Sales team to other departments

1.     For Finance: clarify billing inquiries and relay details to Sales

2.     For Production: work closely to ensure campaign and launch details,

3.     For Client Services: relay signed insertion order for new
Gallery Guide clients

-Assists ARTINFO Director of Online Sales in creating promotional
materials for all online products

-Act as first line of communication for clients on campaign questions
and direct to appropriate personnel with necessary

-Other duties as assigned


-Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with cross-functional
teams and Clients

-Must be comfortable handling many projects with firm deadlines simultaneously

-Extensive knowledge of Excel a must

-Clear and effective organizational skills/data management

-Highly dependable

-Ability to meet multiple deadlines in a fast-paced, changing environment

-Demonstrated analytical skills

-Proficiency in written and oral communication skills

-1-2 years job experience in advertising, customer service and/or sales support

-A knowledge of the Arts is a plus

Apply with cover letter and resume to jharipaul@artinfo.com


21. Operations Coordinator, Leveraging Investments in Creativity

Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC) is a 10-year initiative to
improve conditions for American artists. Founded in 2003, LINC assists
organizations and communities working to support artists, and to
address needs not being served. Efforts include funding community-wide
strategies, building online information repositories, and partnering
with field leaders and researchers to advance knowledge and best


This position is responsible for the coordination of Operations and
Program support, with a concentration on transitional activities
related to LINC’s planned sunset in June 2013. Primary
responsibilities will be divided in the following manner:


-Coordinate production process and materials collection for
organizational collateral and publications, including memos for
internal and external meetings, website updates, program database/s,
the final assessment publication, and the capstone publication and

-Provide general administrative support, including scheduling,
correspondence, and filing

-Maintain sufficient knowledge of LINC’s programs and activities to
effectively function as first point of contact to constituents and
general public, via email and phone


-Manage monthly and quarterly credit card reconciliation activities

-Manage inventory and upkeep of office supplies

-Serve as primary liaison to property management regarding facility
and operational issues

-Serve as primary liaison to service providers regarding workstation
and office network operations


-Coordinate the final archiving of all physical and electronic files.

-Work closely with the Managing Director to sunset all vendor
accounts, final receivables, and paperwork

-Coordinate the efficient removal or disbursement of all collateral


-4+ years post-collegiate professional experience, in the fields of
nonprofit and/or arts administration

-Direct responsibility for the creation and management of organization
databases preferred

-Mastery of all standard Microsoft Office programs and basic WYSIWYG
web development platforms

-Advanced degree preferred, or equivalent experience

-Highly organized and detail-oriented, with exceptional project
management skills, and -demonstrated success in a high-volume,
entrepreneurial environment

-Excellent written and verbal communication skills

-Self-starter with a willingness to take on a wide variety of
responsibilities, both independently and in collaboration with a
close-knit group

-Fluency with diverse populations, and experience in work that
champions diversity and inclusion

-Passion for LINC’s work and core values

LINC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Instructions

Email a resume, 3 references, and a cover letter outlining your
relevant experience to Program Manager Taya Mueller at
taya@lincnet.net with subject line “Operations Coordinator – [name]”
by 3pm EST on Monday, July 2nd 2012. Applicants invited to interview
will be contacted directly. No phone inquiries, please.


22. External Affairs/Publications Assistant, American Federation of Arts

The American Federation of Arts (AFA), a national arts organization,
is seeking an energetic, enthusiastic External Affairs/Publications
Assistant to join a small, fast-paced nonprofit arts organization.

The External Affairs/Publications Assistant will work directly with
both the Director of Publications/Communications and the Manager of
Membership and Special Events. S/He will be responsible for
maintaining several databases including Raiser’s Edge fundraising
database, exhibitions archives, press contacts, membership, and
newsletter and e-blast address lists using CoolerEmail. S/He will
update website content using Adobe Dreamweaver in collaboration with
professional web designers. S/He will organize electronic and physical
mailings for both departments to promote exhibitions, programs,
evening fundraising events, membership information, etc.
Administrative assistance and occasional attendance at evening events
will also be expected.

S/He will monitor the flow of materials between publications and
curators, editors, designers, and printers for all printed materials
and liaise with press by drafting and distributing press releases and
monitoring press clippings. The External Affairs/Publications
Assistant will also provide general administrative support to both

The ideal candidate will have a B.A in English or Art History with at
least one year of experience in public relations and/or fundraising.
S/He will also have strong organizational and multitasking skills,
knowledge of art history, meticulous attention to detail, and strong
computer skills, including familiarity with basic web development and
imaging. Frequently used programs (prior knowledge preferred) include
Raiser’s Edge (versions 6 and 7), Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe
Acrobat Professional, Adobe Photoshop (basic use), Adobe Dreamweaver,
Filemaker, and CuteFTP. Experience using Vimeo, Facebook, and other
social media platforms is also desirable.

Salary is mid-twenties and includes a competitive benefits package.

A copyediting test will be part of the interview process.

To apply:

Please send cover letter and resume by June 22, 2012, to Human
Resources via
e-mail: mwills@afaweb.org
No phone calls please.


23. Supervisor of Museum Exhibit Production, SG-23, The New York State
Museum Education Department

The New York State Museum anticipates filling a position of Supervisor
of Museum Exhibit Production.   Filling of this position is contingent
upon Division of the Budget approval. The Supervisor of Museum
Production reports to the Director of the State Museum and is
responsible for the fabrication, installation and maintenance of
exhibitions and all related exhibit and media components. Other duties
include, but are not limited to, the following activities:

-Supervise a staff of media arts specialists, audio visual,
preparation and fabrication specialists, maintenance and support staff
and provide project management and scheduling of all exhibition and
facility installations;

-Provide project management for all museum construction, installation
and maintenance;

-Supervise art handling, collections preparation, mounting and installation;

-Supervise graphic production for museum exhibitions, programs and
installations at the museum and off site;

-Produce traveling exhibitions for installation off site;

-Supervise the media arts staff and projects including web site
design, gallery interactive components, and all media installations;

-Develop and execute schedules for all museum exhibition production,
installation and related facility projects;

-Schedule and manage the performance of museum lighting and security

-Manage staff on installation teams at the State Museum and off site;

-Provide maintenance for museum galleries and all related program space;

-Provide project management for Museum capital projects;

-Develop and execute museum exhibition production, graphics
production, media and maintenance budgets; and

-Work on Museum and OCE teams to realize priority assignments.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Qualified candidates must have ten years of
experience in the fabrication of displays, graphics, and exhibits for
a large museum or major commercial exhibits fabrication firm.  At
least four years of the experience must have been in a supervisory or
managerial capacity.  Appropriate training from an approved technical
institute may be substituted for the required general experience on a
year for year basis.

*Leads to a maximum salary of $83,954 based on annual performance advances.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: This will be a permanent, non-competitive appointment.

APPLICATION: Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of
interest by July 19, 2012 to:

Office of Human Resources Management
Box OCE-786/27570
NYS Education Department
89 Washington Avenue, Room 528 EB
Albany, NY 12234
Fax: (518) 486-5631
E-mail: hrcareer@mail.nysed.gov

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