The Pacific Asia Museum at the University of Southern California, is the only museum devoted to the arts and culture of Asia and Pacific Islands located within a major research university. The Museum is housed in a registered historical building in the style of a Chinese courtyard located in Pasadena, CA. Its collection of over 15,000 pieces encompasses a wide range of art and cultural traditions from Asia and Pacific Islands and spans more than five thousand years. For additional information, see the museums website, pacificasiamuseum.usc.edu.
Reporting to the Director, the Facilities and Events Manager oversees the maintenance, repairs, and upkeep of the University of Southern California Pacific Asia Museum building and manages external events. Facility management includes oversight of repair and maintenance of all HVAC, electrical, audio visual, lighting, plumbing systems, automated controls, fire safety and security systems, grounds, and housekeeping. Events management includes oversight of all aspects of external event rentals.
Manage the repair and maintenance of all mechanical, electrical, climate control, lighting, plumbing, security and automated controls systems of the building
Acts as on-call manager for all facility maintenance and security emergency calls.
Coordinates and oversees the approved contracted repair and maintenance services with USCs Facilities Maintenance Services department and local vendors to ensure the proper operation of all building systems
Coordinates and directs facilities renovation projects
Using manufacturers recommendations and job knowledge; establish and carry out a preventative maintenance program for the building, HVAC, electronic and plumbing equipment and systems.
Maintain a preventative maintenance log of weekly, quarterly, and annual maintenance.
Initiate, coordinate and oversee all building inspections for the physical facility and building systems.
Assists with the administration of specific HVAC and humidity levels in compliance with AAM standards, including timely reporting to the Director and curatorial staff of system problems or needed repairs.
Works with Education Department to plan logistical needs to ensure facilities set up requirements are met for all event and program needs.
Oversee the facility audio visual system, including inventory of all electronics owned by the museum, training of new staff, maintenance of audio visual system, and security of system equipment
Acts as liaison with city, county and state, as it relates to fire, security, and building code compliance and acquires necessary project permits
Work with Administrative Budget and Facilities Coordinator to initiate and train staff and volunteers on first aid response, emergency planning, fire drill response programs and drills
Actively market, seek and coordinate facility rental opportunities
Coordinate all event logistics
Update event floor plans, architect timelines and staffing needs, maintaining the master calendar of upcoming events
Attend certain events to ensure that everything is running smoothly
Help identify and secure potential event clients to utilize the museum
Combined education/experience as substitute for minimum education
1 years of facilities management experience
2+ years of experience with both facilities and event management experience
Ability to speak other languages, fluently, is a plus
Proven experience in providing top notch customer service to a variety of constituents
Effective communicator to all levels (both internal and external) to the Museum and University
Well versed in safety policies and procedures and trainings
Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite of products, Salesforce, etc.
Ability to be resourceful, forward thinking and entrepreneurial
Meets the roles ever changing demands with a can-do attitude
Fuller Craft Museum seeks a Development Manager to creatively and successfully shepherd all aspects of its development program and calendar in support of its annual fundraising goals and long-term vibrancy as one of the nation's few museums dedicated to the collection, presentation, and celebration of contemporary craft. Reporting to the Director, and working closely with and in support of fellow staff and Board leadership, the Development Manager is a key member of the organization’s management team, charged with the effective deployment of Fuller Craft’s Development resources, systems, processes, and timeline in support of fostering an expanded culture of philanthropy and maintaining and growing the Museum's pool of existing and prospective supporters. This is a full-time, benefited position that enjoys a 32 hour / 4-day (Tues - Fri) work week. Please submit resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Classification: Full-time; exempt. Term position through June 30, 2020, with possibility of renewal.
Location: Mountain View, CA
The Computer History Museum seeks an energetic and qualified professional to serve as Education Programs Manager. The Manager provides key support to ensure smooth execution of all education programs and initiatives, including project coordination, administration and logistical oversight, use of database systems, and teaching programs and trainings. The position reports to the Director of Education Programs and collaborates with staff throughout the Museum, as well as with external constituents and partners. As with all CHM staff, the Education Programs Manager acts to support teamwork, open communication, trust, and respect among peers.
This position works Monday through Friday, with weekends and evenings as required. This is an excellent opportunity for a developing or established professional, as it will play a key role in the growth of a rapidly expanding department and institution.
Qualifications and Preferred Attributes
Additional Desired Skills
How to Apply
Submit cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references to email@example.com. Please put the position title in the subject line of your email. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled, but priority will be given to those received before December 1, 2019. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
Classification: Full-time; exempt. Term position through June 30, 2020, with possibility of renewal.Location: Mountain View, CADepartment: EducationSummaryThe Computer History Museum seeks an energetic and qualified professional to serve as Education Programs Manager. The Manager provides key support to ensure smooth execution of all education programs and initiatives, including project coordination, administration and logistical oversight, use of database systems, and teaching programs and trainings. The position reports to the Director of Education Programs and collaborates with staff throughout the Museum, as well as with external constituents and partners. As with all CHM staff, the Education Programs Manager acts to support teamwork, open communication, trust, and respect among peers.This position works Monday through Friday, with weekends and evenings as required. This is an excellent opportunity for a developing or established professional, as it will play a key role in the growth of a rapidly expanding department and institution.ResponsibilitiesManage operations and logistics of education programs, including publicity, registration, scheduling, staff and volunteer administrationManage accurate and up-to-date departmental records and data; ensure access to files; prepare reportsTeach education programs and trainingsCommunicate and coordinate program details with internal CHM teams and stakeholdersAct as point of contact for external constituents including community partners, program participants, parents/guardians, vendors, and corporate representativesAct as project manager for key education initiativesSupport outreach efforts to expand CHM’s presence within target communitiesAdministrative oversight of contract staff and program volunteers, including coordination with external employment agencyPurchase, coordinate, and maintain inventory of materials and supplies; process invoices and purchase orders; maintain updated versions of program budgets; assist with paymentsSupport day-to-day functioning of Learning Lab; organize and maintain education storage space and collections of teaching artifactsSupport development of CHM strategy, education programs and initiativesOther duties as assignedQualifications and Preferred AttributesBachelor's degree plus 2-3 years' professional experience or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.Teaching or classroom management in formal and/or informal learning environmentsSTEAM education and computing history expertise not required, but must have an interest in the Museum's content and missionKnowledge of Excel, Google Apps for Work, Outlook requiredDatabase experience and working proficiency, preferably with Salesforce and/or VolgisticsDemonstrated experience with project managementExtremely organized; reliable, punctual, accurate, and detail-orientedExcellent interpersonal skills: able to work well with people from a wide range of backgrounds and culturesAbility to prioritize and manage time effectively to administer multiple complex projects and meet deadlines on time; able to re-prioritize as projects evolveIntegrity, honesty, judgment. Respect and discretion in communications with constituents and stakeholders at all levelsAble to work both independently and collaborativelyCreative and enthusiastic self-starter with excellent follow-through on projects and assignmentsFlexible and adaptableAble to work in a fast-paced environmentOutstanding written and oral communication skillsAbility to work occasional weekend or evening hoursCurrent, valid driver's license and access to a reliable vehicleAdditional Desired SkillsExperience working with constituents in low-income and/or culturally diverse communitiesFluency in Spanish a plusExperience with volunteer or staff supervisionExperience with social media marketing campaignsHow to ApplySubmit cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put the position title in the subject line of your email. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled, but priority will be given to those received before December 1, 2019. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
Assistant Store Manager
October 2017; July 2019
The Assistant Store Manager has direct responsibility of assisting the General Manager (GM) with directing the day to day operations of the Museum and online stores as well as satellite retail outlets.
· Manage store sales team to ensure customers are being helped in a timely manner.
· Demonstrates desired behaviors of staff including driving sales, handling difficult and/or complicated sales, cash management, inventory, and follow-up with customers.
· Assists GM with providing a strong leadership presence and control in store, while ensuring that all customers receive an exceptional experience and quality merchandise.
· Regularly communicates with GM to discuss strengths, opportunities and trends in business.
· Consistently creates a welcoming environment for the customer by greeting and assisting; as well as quickly responding to customer inquiries and needs.
· Control inventory levels and reordering as necessary within budget; as well as manage and control shrink.
· Assist in employee recruitment, training and development.
· Helps GM identify training needs and provide ongoing training opportunities to the team as needed.
· Leverage individual staff strengths and creates developmental plans to prepare all level positions for future growth within the organization.
· Help GM in delivering consistent, in the moment, feedback and coaching.
· Assist GM with store promotions and event preparations.
· Ensure company standards are always met for the store and associate appearance.
· Prioritizes, plans and adjusts schedules as necessary to maximize sales.
· Ensures all pricing, signage and displays are always correct.
· Manage opening and closing procedures.
· Communicate POS issues to the GM and troubleshoot problems.
· Demonstrated ability to supervise staff and work with colleagues, volunteers and interns
· Familiarity with financial and customer service principles
· Online retail management experience a bonus
· Excellent organizational skills
· High degree of integrity and honesty
· Ability to problem solve in a moderate to fast-paced environment
· Capable of fostering a team environment
· Excellent verbal and written communication; and interpersonal skills
· Excellent internal and external customer service skills
· Ability to work independently
· Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook 365
· Proficient with Point-of-Sale (POS) systems, such as Altru or similar software.
Yes. Assistant Manager of more than one location.
This position operates in an office setting and a public environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers (including POS system), phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets, and fax machines. Occasionally uses walkie talkies and inventory equipment.
While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to stand, handle, talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to walk, grasp, feel and use repetitive motions and eye/hand/foot coordination. Occasionally, the position is required to sit, lift up to 20 pounds, carry, push, pull, climb balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, and reach. The position requires light to medium work.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
Salaried. This position regularly requires weekend work and some evenings.
25 % local travel required. Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver license.
· Bachelors Degree in Fashion Merchandising and Design or related field of study required
· 1-3 years of experience as an Assistant Store Manager or similar position
Motown Museum is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
The Production Manager is a member of the Speed Art Museum’s Operations team. This position is responsible for setting-up, operating, scheduling, and maintaining audio/visual equipment and services for events and meetings within the facility (internal/external); ensuring end-user satisfaction by responding to requests for audio/visual services in a positive, timely and efficient manner. The Production Manager provides technical assistance in use of equipment for events, meetings, and trainings and acts as liaison to the museum between clients and outside vendors.
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The Speed Art Museum is Kentucky’s largest art museum with a collection that spans 6,000 years of human creativity. An independent museum located on the campus of the University of Louisville, the Speed has recently undergone a multi-phase expansion and renovation that includes a new North Building, state-of-the-art Cinema, Art Park and a public piazza. The Speed Art Museum has repeatedly been voted Kentucky's best museum and is considered one of the top ten sites each Kentuckian should visit. The Speed honors its mission to bring great art to our communities through its distinguished collections and as the Commonwealth's number one venue for international art exhibitions.
The Speed welcomes diverse candidates to this and all positions.
The Manager, Individual Giving and Affiliate Groups is responsible for identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of affiliate groups and donors giving between $1,000 and $10,000 annually. The Manager, Individual Giving and Affiliate Groups will manage an active donor and prospect list while building a pipeline of potential new donors.