Current Openings

Executive Director 

NMIH is currently accepting applications for its Executive Director position. This role seeks applicants who can provide leadership, strategic direction, administrative management, and fundraising and stakeholder stewardship to fulfill the Museum’s mission.

The Executive Director is the chief executive officer of the Museum, reporting directly to the Board of its Directors through its Chairman. The Executive Director is responsible for the Museum’s management and program development, including, but not limited to, strategic vision and planning; budget development and management; research and collections planning; personnel supervision and administration; educational and public program development and implementation; community and constituent relations; fundraising and membership development; and relations with representatives of local and state government. The Executive Director coordinates and oversees all aspects of the Museum operations and serves as its official spokesperson, ensuring the viability and mission success and working with the Board to implement its policy and direction.

Full description here.

 

Museum Educator

Museum Educators will facilitate and lead educational programming and engage and excite our audience in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Design and Math (STEAM) and social history content. Reporting to the Education and Program Coordinator (EPC), the part-time Museum Educators supports all aspects of the administration and delivery of the Museum’s education programs which include K-12 on-site field trips, K-12 distance learning, scout programs, family and community programs, outreach events, learning the Point-of-Sale (POS) system with the opportunity to learn additional front-of-house operations, and more.
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Barnette Paid Internship

The Barnete Internship Program at NMIH is designed to provide preprofessional training to students interested in pursuing a career in history, public history, law, historic preservation, material culture, and museum studies. Barnete interns will work closely with NMIH staff on specific projects related to collections management, archival work, curatorial studies, oral history programs, public affairs, and outreach, and/or museum education. In coordination with the Curatorial Team, the Barnete Intern will be a valued part of a team, working collaboratively with NMIH staff.

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Museum Educator – Paid Internship 

The National Museum of Industrial History seeks outgoing individuals to join our team as Museum Educators. Museum Educators will facilitate and lead educational programming and engage and excite our audience in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Design and Math (STEAM) and social history content. Supervised by the Education and Program Coordinator (EPC), the Museum Educator paid interns support all aspects of the administration and delivery of the Museum’s education programs which include K-12 on-site field trips, K-12 distance learning, scout programs, family and community programs, and more. This internship has a flexible schedule, with most of the hours falling between Monday-Friday from 9 am- 5pm. Some weekends/evening hours may be available.

Full job description here.

PR & Marketing Coordinator
Summary:
The PR & Marketing Coordinator is responsible for broadly employing all means of communications, media relations, social media, and marketing to communicate with the National Museum of Industrial History’s many audiences, promote the NMIH brand, and advance its mission and strategic goals to increase awareness, visitation, attendance, membership, and philanthropic support.
The PR & Marketing Coordinator will create and leverage effective public relations, targeted media, digital & email marketing, advertising, press releases, website, social media, publications, and collateral materials to perform their role.
Reports to: VP of Business Development
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Full job description here.