Curator Job Description Sample
The USC School of Architecture Gamble House is seeking a Curator to care for the landmarks's irreplaceable, museum-quality collection of decorative arts, to facilitate the smooth operation of the course, and to encourage the development of new scholarship and engaging programs. Position is primarily responsible for conservation and interpretation of the collection of the Gamble House.
Candidate will also communicate with volunteers, donors and members as appropriate. Candidate will assist Director with other tasks as assigned.
Plans, curates and produces exhibitions, publications, events and other projects related to the collections and history of The Gamble House. Oversees conservation of collection objects and architectural fabric of The Gamble House. Works with contract conservator and facilities staff to ensure appropriate conservation of the collection.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree, Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum education.
Minimum Experience: 2 years, Combined education/experience as substitute for minimum experience.
Minimum Field of Expertise: Specialized knowledge pertinent to materials in collection(s) and archival equipment. Experience utilizing digital reproduction technologies such as scanners and digital cameras for preservation, access and/or exhibition.
USC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law or USC policy.
USC will consider for employment all qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring ordinance. We provide reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with disabilities. Applicants with questions about access or requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process should contact USC Human Resources by phone at (213) 821-8100, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquiries will be treated as confidential to the extent permitted by law.
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Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital (BMRH) of Malvern, PA is seeking a Part-time Exhibition Consulting Curator to assist with its Art Ability program. The role is for an hourly consultant - 24 hours/week.
Art Ability at Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital is a year-long program which serves as a showcase for, and celebration of, artists with disabilities. It has grown to be one of the largest and longest-running exhibitions of its kind in the world. Through art, we seek to inspire patients to reach beyond their limitations, and to encourage people with disabilities to explore their own creativity.
Established in 1996, Art Ability includes the following major components: an annual international juried exhibition and sale of art and fine crafts produced by individuals with disabilities; community outreach and education opportunities including satellite exhibitions and interactive demo days; our permanent collection of artwork and the incorporation of artwork into the patient experience; and a corporate art acquisition program.
BMRH is seeking an individual to help spearhead, with the assistance of the Art Ability Program Coordinator, the annual Art Ability Exhibition as well as establish an ongoing relationship designed to enhance BMRH's ability to maintain its leading role in presenting high quality exhibitions, build and properly care for its permanent collection and brand BMRH as an organization that nurtures and encourages artists with physical and cognitive disabilities by providing them with venues to share their work with the public.
The primary role of the Exhibition Consulting Curator is to provide the following services:
Plan and implement the annual Art Ability exhibition ("Exhibition"). The opening night preview party for 2018 is scheduled for Saturday, November 3, 2018.
Build and nurture new relationships within the arts and culture community, identify exhibition jurors, and maintain the program's existing relationships.
Grow and strengthen the program's satellite exhibition series throughout the year at local and high profile venues.
Artist outreach, education and communication.
Curatorial management of the permanent collection ("Collection").
Present the collection and exhibition to program partners, foundation officers, and potential sponsors at BMRH during times other than the patrons preview party, as needed.
Advise on public relations efforts to promote the exhibition, as needed.
Advise on program development, as needed
Bachelor's degree in art history, art or art education
2-4 years of curatorial experience/ relevant experience in the field.
Broad knowledge of museum practices in the related fields of education and public programs, conservation, collections management, budget management, marketing, and development.
Passion for the mission and services of Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital.
Ability to communicate and work effectively with staff, volunteers, patients and public groups in a professional and enthusiastic manner.
Ability to create and implement new ideas for growing the program.
Willingness to include evenings and weekends in a normal work schedule.
Must have excellent organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.
Must be able to rapidly adapt and respond to changes in environment and priorities.
Must be able to work independently as well as with teams.
Must have proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, experience with PastPerfect database software preferred.
Ability to lift various objects weighing up to 30 pounds with or without accommodation, required.
The Curator is instrumental in providing access to and promoting the use of the Armstrong Browning Library’s highly focused collection of nineteenth-century research materials. The Curator will provide exceptional research and reference services and support, engage with the curriculum to enhance teaching and learning, support the teaching and research needs of Baylor faculty and students and the broader scholarly community through collection development, and participate in outreach activities. This is an academic professional position with faculty status.
Duties and responsiblities include:
Provides creative leadership, vision, and direction which facilitates access to and promotes the use of the Armstrong Browning Library’s (ABL) collection by a broad audience;
Provides exceptional research and reference services and support as part of a dynamic service-oriented team;
Seeks opportunities to collaborate with faculty and academic departments to incorporate collection materials into graduate and undergraduate curricula to enhance teaching and learning;
Connects a wide variety of users to the ABL and its resources through tours, presentations, social media, and the development of physical and digital exhibitions;
Builds and manages, in coordination with the Director, the ABL’s collection of rare books and manuscripts to support the teaching and research needs of Baylor faculty and students and the broader scholarly community;
Works collaboratively with colleagues in the Cataloging and Metadata Unit and the Digital Preservation Services Group to increase discovery, access, and use of collection materials;
Participates in planning, policy development, and ABL decision making;
Assists with fundraising, grant writing, marketing, and outreach;
Trains and supervises graduate and undergraduate student workers as needed;
Participates in professional development activities by attending local and national conferences and meetings and maintaining membership in professional organizations;
Participates in library-wide initiatives through committees and task forces;
Meets University expectations for scholarship and service;
Participates in the academic library community through research, presentations, and writing on topics related to the areas of responsibility;
Performs other duties as assigned.
The Curator will work with the leadership team to support the GAHF’s mission and
growth. In particular, the person will manage the day to day operations of the
German-American Heritage Museum and support activities of the GAHF within the
The Curator is responsible for:
1. The day-to- day operations of the Museum
2. Developing and organizing new collections to expand and improve
educational and research facilities
3. Maintaining records and cataloguing acquisitions
4. Researching, compiling and preparing written information about exhibits
and publishing it on the institution's Website
5. Collaborating with other institutions
6. Ensuring that collections are properly preserved
7. Raising funds and grants to support new exhibits
8. Developing, implementing, and effectively communicating exhibits and
activities at the Museum.
9. Reach out to external parties and existing constituencies in support of the
Foundation and Museum, and represent the organization where required.
10. Ensure continued communication with leadership, senior staff and external
11. In conjunction with the Executive Director help implement GAHF’s
communications and branding strategy.
12. Hiring and managing daily activities of interns for the Foundation.
QUALIFICATIONS and REQUIREMENTS
1. Bachelor’s degree
2. Minimum of 5 years of professional experience
3. Management skills or background
1. Experience in the nonprofit or association sectors
2. Museum experience desired
3. German language skills strongly desired
The ideal candidate is able to multi-task and work independently. The individual will be self-motivated, detail-oriented, and passionate about history in general, and the history of German-Americans in particular. The Curator must possess exceptional judgment, and must exhibit the skills to collaborate with and achieve actionable results through others. Interpersonal skills are of critical importance and the capability to interact within all levels of the organization and with external constituents.
This is a part time position (30 hours/week), and will include a few hours on Saturday. Salary will be established according to availability and experience.
HOW TO APPLY
Please email a cover letter with your resume and salary requirements to email@example.com with “Curator” in the subject line. No calls please. Submissions will be received until March 20, 2018.
Guest Gallery Curator
About Notre Dame of Maryland University:
Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) is a private, Catholic university established in 1895 with the mission to educate leaders to transform the world. NDMU is home to Maryland's only women's college, and offers a wide variety of full- and part-time undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and certificate programs for women and men.
The University enrolls approximately 2500 students and has Schools of Arts, Sciences, and Business; Education; Nursing; and Pharmacy. Additionally, the University also offers programs for adult students online and at several additional locations across the state. NDMU is located on a beautiful 58-acre wooded campus in the northern Baltimore residential neighborhood of Homeland.
Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore is seeking a Guest Curator for a one-year, part-time appointment. The Guest Curator will work with the Gallery Director and report to the Chair of the Art department.
In addition to assisting the Director in planning and implementing the gallery's full schedule of 6 to 8 exhibitions, the Guest Curator will curate an exhibition for the University gallery. The Guest Curator will also work with the Gallery Director to gain knowledge of grant administration, curatorial practice, and arts management. The Gallery Director will support the successful candidate to: curate an exhibition; write curatorial statements for brochures, press releases, publicity material and social media, as well as prepare didactic text for exhibitions; present a curator's talk and organize artists' talks; assist with handling and installing art; develop special programming; and possibly teach a course in the Art department in his or her area of expertise.
Qualified candidates will have an MFA, MA, or be enrolled in a graduate program in Art History, Museum Studies, or another visual art discipline. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to manage student assistants, work as part of a team and take initiative to work independently. Familiarity with gallery environment and teaching experience preferred.
Notre Dame of Maryland University does not discriminate in offering equal access to its educational programs and activities or with respect to employment terms and conditions on the basis of age, ancestry, color, creed, disability, gender, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or protected veteran's status. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policy: Greg FitzGerald, Chief of Staff, Notre Dame of Maryland University, 4701 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210, 410-532-5109.
For all other employment inquiries, please contact Human Resources at 410-532-5898 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notre Dame of Maryland University is an EEO/AA employer.
All applicants MUST include:
Name and contact information for three references
Applications must be submitted via Interview Exchange.
Patrick J.J. Maveety Associate Curator Or Curator Of The Arts Of China And Japan, Cantor Arts Center At Stanford University
Patrick J.J. Maveety Associate Curator or Curator of the Arts of China and Japan, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
The Maveety Curator of the Arts of China and Japan is responsible for the presentation, research, preservation, and growth the Asian Art collection of the Cantor Arts Center, including the development of the permanent collection, which includes objects from China, Tibet, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and the Philippines. The strengths of the collections are in the arts of China and Japan. The curator reports to the John and Jill Freidenrich Director, as well as works closely with other museum curators and educators, develops partnerships with faculty members, and engages students across disciplines.
The Cantor Arts Center is especially interested in a curator who has knowledge of the historical arts of Asia, as well as knowledge of the contemporary art of the region, someone who can build bridges between old and new, as well as Asian art and the art of other continents. The curator will offer new perspectives on the historic collection, while also addressing and integrating contemporary Asian art into the museum's program.
The curator actively will pursue and recommend both historic and contemporary Asian art acquisitions, as well as foster relationships with donors and other supporters of the department.
The Maveety Curator works closely with the museum's curators in a collaborative environment that encourages the development of innovative programs, exhibitions, and acquisitions. As a thoughtful member of the curatorial team, the curator will bring in-depth knowledge of art history and museum practice to assist in implementing an exciting vision for the museum. He or she will be driven by interests in particular artists, mediums, regions, and ideas; rigorous art historical scholarship; dynamic museum programing; and campus and public engagement.
The curator will be expected to propose and realize major exhibition projects within his or her field of expertise. These projects may take cues from the Cantor's permanent collection, be built from loans from other institutions and collections, or a combination of these two sources. Major publications, conceived as meaningful contributions to the field on the issues addressed in the exhibition, will accompany these projects. The curator also will help to conceive and implement academic and public programs.
Cantor Arts Center boasts a proud and venerable history. Conceived with the founding of Stanford University in 1891, the museum opened in 1894, serving the University and the broader community. The 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake damaged the museum, necessitating its closure to the public. In 1995 groundbreaking for a major new wing and restoration of the historic building began in earnest with the revitalized museum opening in 1999 as the Iris and B. Gerald Canto Center for the Visual Arts. The Cantor offers approximately 50,000 square feet exhibition space, as well as classrooms and other study spaces for students and faculty.
Collections include art from Europe and America, both historical and contemporary; Asia, primarily Japan and China; Africa; Oceania; historical works from Mexico, Central America, and South America; and the Stanford Family Collection.
Conceive, research, develop and collaborate with museum and faculty colleagues to organize and present compelling installations of the permanent collection, as well as ambitious traveling exhibitions of varying scope; develop related programming, including lectures, symposia and other educational programs.
Research, write, and oversee production of related publications, brochures, guides, catalogs and books.
Develop collections by selectively acquiring important objects through purchase and gift; cultivate prospective donors and develop relationships with field's significant art dealers.
Solicit and evaluate proposals for exhibitions organized by other institutions and coordinate their presentation at the Cantor.
Work with the exhibitions team to coordinate project budgets, assisting in the development, preparation, and oversight of exhibition budgets.
Monitor and manage the stewardship needs of donors in adherence to the university's stewardship standards.
Maintains and updates records of identification, classification, description and interpretation of objects in the permanent collection; conducting research, cataloguing and publication of the permanent collection; and preparing interpretative and informational labels and brochures.
Develops and maintains safe storage facilities, working with collections management, registrars, and conservation. Assists in fundraising and public relations efforts related to department activities.
Develops a cooperative and productive relationship between the Center and the local, national, and international art community.
Teach museum and other university courses, as well as supervise undergraduates, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows engaged in Cantor-based projects.
Makes museum resources available to both Stanford and outside scholars.
Participates in conferences and symposia within area of scholarly expertise, as well as lectures in academic and public forums.
Education & Experience:
Ph.D. in the History of Art or related field is strongly preferred, in combination with 5 to 7 years of museum experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Fluency in at least one Asian language; second Asian language desired.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as demonstrated public speaking and presentation skills.
Established record of scholarly achievement.
Proven ability to effectively and efficiently manage multiple priorities, with competing deadlines.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships both internally and externally.
Proven experience working with collectors and all aspects of donor cultivation.
Frequently perform desk based computer tasks, seated work and use light/ fine grasping.
Occasionally stand, walk, and write by hand, lift, carry, push pull objects that weigh up to 10 pounds.
- Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.
May work extended or non-standard hours, weekends and holidays based on business needs.
Occasional local and overnight travel may be required.
May work in areas with exposure to dust, paint, chemicals and other toxins.
Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients and with external organizations.
Promote Culture of Safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.
The job description can be found here, as well as on the American Alliance of Museums, College Art Association, and Association of Academic Museums and Galleries sites. Please submit a cover letter describing experience, as well as a c.v. as described.
Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University's Administrative Guide, http://adminguide.stanford.edu
Data Engineer And Curator - Nest Business Analytics
Nest is looking for a ridiculously talented and technically adept Data Engineer and Curator to architect the datasets that drive key decisions at Nest. This person will lead end-to-end data projects to deliver scalable, usable, and accurate data into the hands of analysts and decision makers.
This role goes goes beyond pipelines and procedures; our ideal candidate will actively collaborate with stakeholders across the business to understand key opportunities and design solutions.
Design, maintain, and deliver uninterrupted top notch data to business and product analysts
Keep a close pulse on the current and future needs of the business to scale data and reporting solutions that meet those needs
Discover and implement new ways to continuously improve data infrastructure and reporting capabilities
BS in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Business Analytics or related field
4+ years building ETLs and managing databases
2+ years working with Big Data frameworks (BigQuery, Hive)
2+ years working directly with business or product analysts
Experience in SQL and query performance optimization
Development experience on ETL tooling in a scripting language (Python preferred)
Experience with Git, basic shell scripting
MS in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Business Analytics or related field
Demonstrated ability to write efficient and clean code
Experience working with data visualization tools (Tableau preferred)
Experience working with machine learning models deployed in business settings
Able to efficiently troubleshoot data quality and integrity problems
Mastery of distributed systems concepts, problems and solutions
Able to design projects collaboratively, while implementing independently
Detail oriented and able to create concise documentation for a wide range of technical and non-technical stakeholders
Digital Asset Curator
For over 50 years SAGE has published high-quality authoritative works across the social and behavioral sciences. We are proud of our long-standing tradition of offering innovative content created by influential minds from across the globe. As one of the few remaining, truly independent publishers, we are a publisher, first and foremost. Our goal is to publish leading-edge content that offers innovative teaching solutions, approaches, and perspectives to the disciplines that we serve. We are firmly guided by the needs of our market. We are driven to publishing titles that contribute to the learning experiences of students, the teaching needs of instructors, and the practicing needs of professionals.
The Video Asset Curator supports the Global Digital Production Department in logging, tracking, documenting, and editing digital assets, both original and licensed. This role requires keen organizational abilities, attention to detail, and time management.
Essential Job Functions & Responsibilities
The job functions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Watch, assess, and perform edits as needed on raw footage to cut down and save all usable material for future projects
Catalog assets, including indexing and tagging for bibliographic and subject metadata
Upload assets to management system
Contribute to developing and maintaining a cataloging and archival system for videos and images
Pull stock images and stock video footage from online providers and upload to the relevant work project folders
Keep a Rights Log of stock images and video footage licensing agreements
Utilize knowledge of video archive to recommend footage for inclusion in projects or to suggest ideas for B-roll creation
Qualifications & Education
One year of experience and proficiency in cataloguing, indexing, or other metadata management required
Experience with Digital Asset Management systems required
Video editing experience required
Experience with the creation and application of metadata standards, controller vocabularies and attribute relationships
Skill in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects
Expertise in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, and SharePoint
Museum Curator (American Slavery)
Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
Pass Pre-employment Background Investigation
May need to complete a Probationary Period
Maintain a Bank Account for Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer
Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered with Selective Service.
Qualification requirements must be met within 30 days of the job announcement closing date.
Experience: You qualify for this position if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-11 level in the Federal Service or comparable pay band system. For this position specialized experience is defined as: conducting scholarly research and producing publications and/or exhibitions related to the history of slavery, emancipation and the era of Reconstruction; participating in public service efforts; developing a collection of artifacts; serving as a subject matter expert on matters relating to the history of American slavery, emancipation and the era of Reconstruction; answering public inquiries and lecturing to professional associations and other organizations.
Part-time and/or unpaid experience related to this position will be considered to determine the total number of years and months of experience. Be sure to note the number of paid or unpaid hours worked each week.
Or Education: Two full years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to a master's or equivalent degree related to the position may be substituted to meet the experience requirements.
Or a Combination: Education and experience may be combined to meet the basic qualifications.
For a full explanation of this option please see the Qualification Standards. Special Instructions for Foreign Education:
If you are qualifying by education and/or you have education completed in a foreign college/university described above, it is your responsibility to provide transcripts and proof of U.S. accreditation for foreign study. For instructions on where to fax these documents, see the "Required Documents" section of this announcement.
All applicants must meet these Basic
A. Degree in museum work; or an applicable subject matter field related to the position; OR
B. Combination of education and experience--courses equivalent to a major as shown in A above, plus appropriate experience or additional education; OR
C. Four years of experience that provided knowledge comparable to that normally acquired through successful completion of the 4-year course of study as shown in A above.
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How You Will Be Evaluated
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
Your application will be evaluated first for the basic qualifications described above. The applications that meet the basic qualifications will be evaluated further against the following criteria:
1.Skill in conducting research for and about the history of American slavery, emancipation and the era of Reconstruction.
2.Ability to communicate in writing research information pertaining to the history of the history of American slavery, emancipation and the era of Reconstruction.
3.Ability to organize, manage, develop and refine collections of artifacts illustrating and documenting the history of American slavery, emancipation and the era of Reconstruction.
4.Skill in planning and implementing museum exhibitions, programs and publications related to the field of the history of American slavery, emancipation and the era of Reconstruction.
5.Ability to communicate orally with colleagues, educational institutions, research foundations, government agencies, and the public.
Applicants who meet or exceed minimum qualifications will be assigned to one of three category groups based on job-related criteria:
- Meets the minimum qualification requirements and excels in most of the job related competencies above.
- Meets the minimum qualification requirements and satisfies most of the job related competencies above.
- Meets the minimum qualification requirements, but does not satisfy most of the job related competencies above to a substantive degree.
This category rating process does not add veterans' preference points or apply the "rule of three", but protects the rights of veterans by placing them ahead of non-preference eligibles within each category. A selecting official may make selections from the highest quality category (Best Category) provided no preference eligible in that category is passed over to select a non-preference eligible in that category unless the requirements of 5 U.S.C. 3317(b) or 3318(b) are satisfied.
Preference eligibles who meet minimum qualification requirements and who have a compensable service-connected disability of at least 10 percent must be listed in the highest quality category, except when the position being filled is scientific or professional at the GS-9 grade level or higher. Applicants who have not submitted a resume in the USAjobs system and/or have not answered all of the vacancy questions will not be considered for this position.
Important Note: Your resume and supporting documentation will be compared to your responses to the occupational questionnaire or other assessment tool for consistency.
If a determination is made that you have rated yourself higher than is supported by your resume, you will be assigned a rating commensurate to your described experience. Your resume should provide sufficient information regarding how your education and experience relate to this position, including the major duties and qualifications criteria listed.
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Curators perform a broad range of professional and technical museum work involving, but not limited to, assessment, evaluation, survey, inventory, preservation, research, education and planning for a specific collection and/or program area within a museum.
Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform advanced-level work and may provide work direction and training to others.
This new curator position works within the Department of Tourism & Cultural Affairs' Museums & History Division and is located in Carson City, NV. The Nevada State Museum is one of seven museums within the Division of Museums and History in the Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs.
The position reports to the chief curator of anthropology and primary duties consist of supporting Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) compliance including but not limited to consultation with Nevada's 27 American Indian Tribes, managing repatriation of NAGPRA remains and funerary objects controlled by the Nevada State Museum, and assisting with archeological field recovery and identification of remains on State Lands. Other primary duties include the administration of the Nevada State Antiquities Permit Program, reviewing applications against established professional standards and assisting other State agencies with project permitting and compliance as well as the management of the NAGPRA and Antiquities Act database and hard copy files. The position will also support the development and implementation of regulations for the various programs managed. Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately if interested as the recruitment may close at any time.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-7_0/
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications) Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in history, prehistory, natural history, museum studies, education, or closely related field plus two years of professional experience in a museum. This experience must have included experience in exhibit development, and collections registration, and/or developing, promoting, executing and evaluating educational programming; OR one year of experience as a Curator I in Nevada State service; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience as described above.
Special Requirements Statewide travel is required. Working outdoors is required. A State of Nevada/FBI background check will be required of the selected applicant. Additional Position Experience Experience with Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) and/or related NAGPRA archeological and ethnographic collections is required.
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