Camp Instructional Assistant
Visitor Services Assistant
Working for the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and its support organization, the Anchorage Museum Association, means working with dynamic people and doing meaningful work for Anchorage's premier cultural hallmark. All applicants must submit a completed application along with a resume and cover letter via e-mail, fax or mail.
Attn: Human Resources
625 C St.
Anchorage AK 99501
Phone: (907) 929-9217
Fax: (907) 929-9216
The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and Anchorage Museum Association are equal opportunity employers.
Below are current job opportunities (click on the job title to read the full job description):
The Anchorage Museum is seeking an experienced, detail oriented team player with a specific interest in indigenous art to fill the position of Curator of Contemporary Indigenous Art and Culture. This is a 3 year grant-funded term position focusing on Alaska’s living cultures and indigenous art. This position is tasked with developing a model of community curation through programming and curatorial content. This position will strengthen connections between the Museum, Alaska Native communities, and regional, national and international indigenous artists and organizations, through engagement and outreach. This position works as a member of an integrated team of curators, content providers, exhibition technicians, and others. for enhancing Museum programming through innovative projects that advance community engagement and curatorial practice.
The Anchorage Museum is recruiting for an experienced, detail oriented team player to fill the position of Guest Curator. This is a 1 – 3 year grant-funded term position responsible for enhancing Museum programming through innovative projects that advance community engagement and curatorial practice.
The Anchorage Museum is seeking enthusiastic applicants for this year's William E. Davis Internship. This summer internship position is funded by the Cook Inlet Historical Society and the Anchorage Museum Association. Opportunities and training may include assisting with library and archival work; including processing and describing photograph collections, creating finding aids and reference services. The recipient will receive a stipend of $3,000. Housing, benefits and transportation are not provided.
The Anchorage Museum is recruiting for an experienced supervisor and team player to fill the position of Senior Collections Manager. This position is responsible for leading a team in the management of the Museum’s object and art collections, and in the support of inter-departmental coordination related to collections. This position leads and manages day-to-day operations of the department and communications, contributes to goal setting for the department, manages deliverables for the Acquisition Committee, and sets standards for accessioning objects into the permanent collection, as well as manages the collections database.
The Senior Collections Manager assists the department head as an advocate for the Museum’s collections, representing the Museum to the interested public, researchers and artists. The position will also support project teams and coordination related to collections throughout the museum in the development of exhibitions and programs, working closely with Curatorial, Exhibitions, Education, and Programs/Outreach staff. The Senior Collections Manager will supervise the Collections Manager, Registrar and Archives staff, and will have budget responsibility for registration and collections management projects.
MUSE restaurant currently has openings for a variety of positions. Applicants must be dedicated to understanding and exceeding customer expectations and needs. Hiring for these positions will be done through NMS Catering; a museum application is not required. Get more information on MUSE job openings.