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DECD Job Opportunity
DECD Historic Preservation/Arts
Arts and Culture Administrator
The Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) is recruiting for (1) Arts and Culture Administrator position.
This is a unique management position suitable for a creative individual who has a passion for the arts, culture or preserving the historic assets of Connecticut. The incumbent is accountable for strengthening the state's cultural and historic-preservation community to foster the awareness and growth of Connecticut's historic and cultural assets in support of other agency initiatives that will promote economic and community development.
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Museum Educator, Exhibit and Interpretive Planner
Connecticut Landmarks seeks a full-time Museum Educator for a two-year, grant-funded position. Thoughtful, energetic, entrepreneurial, creative strategic thinker and team player sought to collaboratively develop an interpretive plan for the Palmer-Warner House; manage an exhibit project at four sites; and design and evaluate sustainable programming focused on dialogue facilitation. Proven experience managing complex projects on time and on budget required. Successful candidates will understand dialogue facilitation, exhibit development, and how adults and children learn. Strong interest in the creative application of history and in forming proactive linkages between the key historic themes embodied by CTL’s properties and contemporary trends and interests a must. BA required, MA or nonprofit MBA preferred with a minimum of 5 to 7 years of experience.
Connecticut Landmarks seeks a full-time Assistant Director for Operations responsible for ensuring that the day-to-day activities of the organization run smoothly, and for implementing efficient businesses processes and functions. The Assistant Director will manage the operating and restoration budgets to ensure efficient execution and cost-effective resource allocation. He/she will evaluate current operational performance and provide a strategic plan for improvements. The Assistant Director will have responsibility for project management, as assigned.
Requires a Bachelor's degree in operations management, business administration, communications or a related field is required. A minimum of five years of experience in operations; supervisory experience; exceptional time management skills, excellent communication abilities, and an understanding of task-tracking and project management approaches; experience with budget management, a detail-oriented focus and the ability to juggle multiple competing priorities. Preferred qualifications include experience with non-profit organizations and historic site or museum experience.
Full-Time Special Collections Librarian, Pequot Library, Southport, CT
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Special Collections Librarian directly oversees Pequot Library’s
special collections (rare books, manuscripts, and archives) and research services, and coordinates the
Library’s exhibitions that incorporate holdings from its Special Collections.
1. Oversees all Special Collections operations (systems and workflows for facilities, security, preservation, and acquisitions), budget administration, and services (reference, reading room, cross-training, instruction, exhibitions).
2. Provides leadership and vision in the selection, organization, and ongoing management of the Library’s Special Collections.
3. Provides leadership in setting priorities, planning workflows, recommending changes to procedures and policies; resolves problems, interprets policies, generates statistics and reports, carries out projects.
4. Supervises interns, volunteers, and any support staff working on the day-to-day operations or special projects using the resources of Pequot’s Special Collections.
5. Works closely with Pequot Library’s Chief Librarian and Front Desk circulation staff to provide cross-training and consultation related to Special Collections policies and workflows.
6. Works closely with Pequot’s Public Programs Manager, Children’s Librarian, and Educational support staff in the creation of docent and school tour materials.
7. Works to collaborate with other staff, board and committee members to inspire long-term patrons and attract new audiences to Pequot’s Special Collections.
Pequot Library is an equal opportunity employer. Pequot Library is a tobacco-free library. Salary commensurate with experience. Pequot Library offers a competitive benefits package. For more information about Pequot Library, visit www.pequotlibrary.org.
Please send cover letter and résumé to Pequot Library, Special Collections Librarian Search Committee, 720 Pequot Avenue, Southport, CT. 06890 via email in one document with Special Collections Librarian in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-Time Education Manager, Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame
Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame (CWHF), a non-profit educational outreach organization, seeks a full-time (40 hours/week) Education Manager to oversee the management, distribution, and delivery of the Hall’s innovative, award-winning educational programs and resources.
As a virtual museum rather than a destination, we’re looking for someone who can bring the Hall and its 118 Inductees to life for thousands of individuals across Connecticut each year. We’re seeking a creative, collaborative, and dynamic leader who can build on the foundation of our existing programs and take our educational offerings to the next level. If this sounds like you, please read on!
Major areas of focus for this position include:
Broadening audiences for the Hall’s existing educational programs (DIY History, Talks on the Road, traveling exhibits, etc.) and developing new program content for audiences of all ages