Part Time Positions
The Museum is accepting resumes for a part-time Digital Photography Instructor to teach art classes and/or workshops to adult and possibly teen students. The successful candidate will have strong communication skills, the ability to actively engage and teach a wide variety of students, and give individual and group instruction as required by the subject/medium of their classes. Additional teaching knowledge of other media, digital or otherwise, is welcome.
Duties include: planning class lessons; submitting supply, model, and equipment requests; assessing and teaching students individually and as a group; tracking student attendance; attend faculty meetings as schedule allows; and guiding visits to the Museum's collection as connected to the class subject/media.
Position requires regular and reliable attendance, commitment to full class session(s) (up to 8 weeks), and ability to work weekdays and/or weekends, as allowed by the instructor's scheduled and agreed upon. Please indicate availability in cover letter. BA, BFA, or equivalent with at least one year of experience in art education required.
Qualified candidates for this position should submit a cover letter and resume by June 3, 2018 to: www.workforcenow.com
Worcester Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.
We are accepting resumes for a part-time Instructor's Assistant I to provide hands-on support to Instructors in classes and activities. The successful candidate should be creative, outgoing, exhibit good common sense, and have the ability to be a calming influence in galleries and studios.
Duties include: preparing, cleaning, and storing art materials; working with students with a wide range of ability and reiterating or restating directions of Instructor; escorting students and maintaining class headcount.
Position requires regular and reliable attendance, commitment to full class session (up to 8 weeks), and ability to work daytime during weekday and Saturdays. Please indicate availability in cover letter. Prior experience working with youth, familiarity with art supplies, and ability to lift 25 lbs. required. High School Diploma or equivalent experience plus background in art or education preferred.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume by June 3, 2018 to: www.workforcenow.com
The Worcester Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.
The Worcester Art Museum seeks a skilled Curatorial Intern for Museum Diversity to participate in programming related to the Museum's American collection, which ranges from Colonial and Federal painting and decorative arts through mid twentieth-century photography and prints. This is a part-time, ten-week position supported by the Henry Luce Foundation.
Guided by the Museum's global perspective, vision statement, and strategic plan, the incumbent will contribute to collection research and American art programming. Under the direction of the Assistant Curator of American Art, the Curatorial Intern will undertake tasks related to the collection, including object research; coordination with the Registrars' department in the care and display of objects; and collaboration with Audience Engagement on didactics, promotional materials, and public programming. The incumbent will also provide clerical and logistical support in the preparation of checklists, loan requests, and other materials.
Successful candidate will be a college or university student in good standing, with significant coursework toward a degree in art history, American Studies, or related field. Excellent research skills; ability to work with confidential materials; diplomatic manner and strong interpersonal skills; and facility with Microsoft Office required.
Qualified applicants should forward resume and letter of interest to: www.workforcenow.com
Recognizing that diversity is multifaceted, the applicant should articulate in the letter of interest 1) how their unique experiences and perspectives contribute to diversity at the Museum and in the Museum field in general; 2) how their academic/research interests align with the Museum's American collection; 3) specific artists/artworks in the American collection that relate to the applicant's academic/research interests; and 4) how the Internship for Museum Diversity will help the applicant further their career goals.
We are an equal opportunity employer and we welcome diversity.
The Museum seeks an experienced Waitperson to provide wait service to patrons in the Museum Café Wednesday thru Saturday. The successful candidate should have at least one year of experience in providing knowledgeable customer service to guests in a busy restaurant environment.
Qualified candidates should submit cover letter and resume to: www.workforcenow.adp.com
We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome diversity.