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The Anchorage Museum is seeking an individual with photograph and special collections experience and an interest in working with artists and researchers in promoting archival access to be our new Archivist. Under the general supervision of the Deputy Director, Collections and Conservation, the Archivist is responsible for the care and knowledge of archival and photographic materials in the Atwood Resource Center, including planning, organizing, accessioning, processing and preserving all varieties of archival materials.
Do you have maintenance experience and are in need of a part-time job that will help keep your skills up? Then the Anchorage Museum is looking for you. We are currently recruiting for an experienced maintenance technician to assist with the general day-to-day daily maintenance and repair of the Museum’s electrical, plumbing, and carpentry systems. In time, some mechanical (HVAC) and other major equipment systems work may be done. This position will also provide support to all areas of the Facilities department, including painting, appliances, furniture, vehicles, tools, and related equipment, as well as shared emergency maintenance response on or after hours, and on-call rotation. This part-time position may have a non-standard work schedule and will include occasional weekends.
Do you like working with interesting people? Do you like learning about Alaska, its Indigenous peoples, and the North? If so, the Anchorage Museum would like you to join our team. The Anchorage Museum is recruiting an enthusiastic, friendly, and customer service-oriented individual 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.
The Atwood Resource Center is seeking enthusiastic applicants for this year's Cook Inlet Historical Society Internship. This position is funded by the Cook Inlet Historical Society, the Gilbert Family, and the Anchorage Museum. The focus of this internship will be to uplift and highlight Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color voices located amongst the museum’s numerous archival collections. Opportunities and training may include assisting with developing a resource guide, researching and reference, and processing and describing archival collections. This internship replaces the previous Davis Summer Internship.
The Anchorage Museum is seeking interested applicants for its 2021 Summer Digital Media and Videography. The incumbent will work directly with museum educators and Design team to support and assist in the development of the museum’s digital teaching and educational resources and will focus on developing the intern’s video, sound, and photo editing skills. The intern will additionally receive an introduction to informal education pedagogies and approaches.