Museum Playologist | Part-Time, Weekend Requirement, $12.50 per hour | Download Job Description
The primary responsibility of the Playologist is the facilitation of a positive and high-quality guest experience at the Museum. The Playologist serves as part of the program team to deliver a high-quality experience to families, school and camp groups, birthday groups, and any other visiting guests.
This is a part-time, non-exempt position requiring weekend availability. This is a front-facing position requiring full guest interaction. A Museum Playologist reports to the Manager of Program Team & Delivery. If interested, please send your resume to Madai Favaro, firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest Engagement Manager | Full Time, $20-23 per hour | Download Job Description
The Guest Engagement Manager is the logistical coordinate of all guest experience elements, including reservations, procedures, day-of coordination of special programs. The Guest Engagement Manager coordinates all logistical aspects of field trips, group visits, or birthday party events with a friendly and guest-centric approach. The Guest Engagement Manager also facilitates the logistics of the museum membership program as well as retail inventory. The position works in close collaboration with other roles in both the Guest Experience and Education teams.
This is a full-time, non-exempt, in-person role reporting to the Chief Operating Officer or their designee. Schedule flexibility and weekend availability are required. English/Spanish conversational fluency is required. If interested, please send your resume to email@example.com
Guest Services Team & Delivery Manager | Full-Time, $20-23 per hour | Download Job Description
The Guest Services Team & Delivery Manager is responsible for ensuring that the museum is ready to accept guests to a welcoming, inclusive, safe, clean, and fun experience on a daily basis. The Guest Services Team & Delivery Manager provides leadership to a team of part-time Guest Services team members and imparts and practices the importance of the museum’s mission and values across the scope of the guest experience. This position leads by example and manages a team to provide exceptional service to create memories for families. Conversational fluency in English and Spanish is required.
This is a full-time, exempt, in-person role reporting to the Chief Operating Officer or their designee. Schedule flexibility and weekend availability are required. If interested, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest Services Team Member | Part-Time, Weekend Requirement, $12.50 per hour | Download Job Description
This position is responsible for the successful daily operation of the guest visit at the museum with a focus on providing quality, memorable guest experiences to all visitors to the museum. This position is generally the first and last contact that a guest will make with the museum, and ensures a great first impression and a lasting memory. The position involves rotating through a variety of front-of-house duties; including front desk/sales, detailing exhibits, concierge assistance, and lobby engagement, which all contribute to a positive guest experience at the museum.
This is a part-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Manager of Guest Services Team & Delivery or their designee. As weekends are our busiest days, candidates must be available at least one weekend day. If interested, please send your resume to email@example.com
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Giving Manager: Grants and Proposals | Full-Time, $45,000 – $58,000 | Download Job Description
Glazer Children’s Museum is seeking a mission-driven, warm, positive, and strategic relationship-builder to join the Development Team. As a key member of the GCM team, the Giving Manager will contribute to the strategic goals of the organization by building strong donor relationships. The primary responsibility of the Giving Manager is to assist with the execution of our fund development program, with a focus on our grants and contracts portfolio. The ideal candidate for the Giving Manager will be a self-directed, strategic thinker, have a committed and can-do attitude, strong adherence to efficient and collaborative grants, proposals, project management, stewardship, and be a strong team player. They will be a data-driven development professional. They will have a passion for sharing our stories, mission, and impact with the community and donors.
This is a full-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Chief Development Officer or their designee. This is a remote position with in-office attendance requirement of at least twice a week for meetings, projects and/or events as scheduled. In person attendance required for all fundraising events. If interested, please send your resume to Anysia McDowall, firstname.lastname@example.org