Join Our Mailing List
Log in
  • Home
  • Jobs
  • Job Bank
  • History Colorado Associate Curator of Business and Industry

History Colorado Associate Curator of Business and Industry

  • 14 Mar 2019 2:19 PM
    Message # 7222052

    History Colorado is seeking a dynamic museum professional with significant experience in curation and community centered projects.  The Associate Curator of Business and Industry primary responsibilities are to (1) to manage the Business and Industry collection as part of the History Colorado Collection by: defining an optimum collection, assessing the needs of the collection, assess incoming donations, making the final determination regarding additions to the collection and deaccessions, and processing and providing care of the collection and associated documentation; (2) to interpret and make the collection and its intellectual content available to patrons (both internally and externally); (3) to inform or guide other staff regarding the interpretation and use of artifacts in the collection; (4) to assume responsibility for departmental affairs including the supervision of contact staff, volunteers and interns, project management, reports, budgets and budget expenditures, and reviews and participates in division and organizational strategic planning; (5) serve as a primary curatorial contact for History Colorado’s community museums (Fort Garland, Fort Vasquez, Georgetown and Pike's Stockade); and (6) promote the goals and mission of History Colorado through cultivating and sustaining relationships with community groups interested in specific collection holdings, exhibits and/or activities.

    See attached for full job posting


    Last modified: 14 Mar 2019 2:42 PM | Alisa DiGiacomo
Support MPMA just by surfing the web



MPMA: A 10-State Regional Museum Association

Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming

7755 South 23rd Street | Lincoln, NE 68512
T: 402-904-6938   |  www.mpma.net
  |  director@mpma.net

All content © 2002-2016 Mountain-Plains Museums Association (MPMA)

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software