2019 AAMD Diversity Internship
2019 Summer Camp Internships
Educational Experiences Assistant
Discovery Center Interpreter
Programs & Events Manager
The Anchorage Museum connects people, expands perspectives, and encourages global dialog about the North and its distinct environment. Join our team to explore the intersection of art, history and science, and share multiple perspectives and experiences to tell a greater story.
The Anchorage Museum is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
To apply for any of our open positions, please complete our online Employment Application.
The Anchorage Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
Below are current job opportunities (click on the job title to read the full job description):
The Anchorage Museum is seeking enthusiastic applicants, particularly with an interest in history or science, for this year's CoLab Education Internship. This internship will include opportunities and training around developing facilitation skills in an informal education environment, while helping to design and prototype new activities to be used in CoLab. Facilitation development during internship will explore inquiry-based facilitation techniques used for various age ranges and skill levels, while also receiving a basic introduction to educational theories that are used within informal education. Skills development will focus program development, time management strategies, and evaluation skills. The recipient will receive a stipend of $2,500.00. Housing, benefits and transportation are not provided.
The Anchorage Museum is seeking an enthusiastic community-minded fundraiser for the position of Individual and Corporate Giving Manager supports the Museum's mission, values, vision, and core commitment to the visitor experience, community engagement, and institutional relevancy for the future through development. The Individual and Corporate Giving Manager plans, directs, and implements effective annual fundraising efforts for the Anchorage Museum, including but not limited to: individual and corporate giving, writing applications and proposals to corporate entities, and implementing special events and donor cultivation and recognition events. This position also records and acknowledges all gifts to the Museum and assures timely recognition and stewardship of annual donors.
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. The Senior Collections Manager serves as an advocate for the Museum’s collections and assists the Director of Collections with management of department staff and priorities and in helping to realize the goals for Collections within the Museum’s strategic and Collections Plans. The Manager supports project teams and work coordination related to collections in the development of exhibitions and programs and directs the activities associated with maintaining the content of the collections database system, managing the proper physical care and security of objects, and setting standards for the accessioning of objects. The Senior Collections Manager will supervise the Collections Manager, Loans Registrar, Conservator, Archivist and Librarian.
The Anchorage Museum is preparing for a very busy summer season and is recruiting for, three (3), an enthusiastic, friendly, and customer service-oriented individuals for Visitor Services Assistant. This position performs cashier duties, is active in all facets of museum retail sales and visitor services, and provides an engaging experience for museum visitors. Incumbents work variable scheduled hours conforming to the museum’s summer hours, and organizational needs. These are seasonal part-time positions working up to 29 hours/week, through September.
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 Anchorage Museum’s newest initative, SEED Lab: Solutions for Energy and Equity Through Design, is seeking three (3) SEED Lab Fellows to support research components of SEED Lab. SEED Lab puts the creative community in service of and in partnership with the community in proposing solutions to challenges facing Northern communities and in establishing the North as a catalyst for change.
In addition to working 20 to 30 hours each week at the Museum, Fellows are encouraged to spend time developing life and leadership skills to help them be successful and remain resilient throughout their careers. The Fellowship requires full and active participation in all fellowship-related events and activities, including times outside of regular business hours.
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 Laura Cole; a museum application is not required. Get more information on MUSE job openings.