Manage the editorial and production process for select museum publications. Manage the editorial process for select exhibition text. Review and revise copy to ensure alignment with institutional and interpretive goals, appropriate and consistent voice and tone, and adherence to institutional style, as well as to correct grammatical, typographical, or compositional errors.
This position is primarily responsible for the management and maintenance of the George Eastman Museums (GEM) network, server, backup, and storage area network environments. This position ensures compliance with IT security standards and best practices. This position is also responsible for the maintenance and high availability of enterprise applications and associated databases to support organizational goals. This position will collaborate with the help desk and project teams and be engaged in museum-wide projects and initiatives.
Under the supervision of the Chief Registrar, the Project Photographer is responsible for photographing more than 1,450 objects in the Cinematographic Equipment Collection. The Project Photographer is also responsible for processing the resulting digital image files for upload into the museum’s digital asset management system, and The Museum System (TMS), the museum’s collection database. This position is full time, 37.5 hours/week for 26 months; includes benefits.
Under the supervision of the Curator of the Technology Collection, the Project Cataloger is responsible for cataloging approximately 1,450 cameras from the Cinematographic Equipment Collection. The Project Cataloger is expected to catalog objects according to staff instruction and in alignment with standards as identified in the Technology Cataloging Manual. Position is full time, 37.5 hours/week for 26 months; includes benefits.
The Development Database Administrator is responsible for day-to-date management of The Raiser’s Edge database and data pertaining to approximately 100,000 museum constituents. Working under the general guidance of the Director of Annual Giving, the Development Database Administrator processes Annual Fund and restricted contributions; tracks contributed revenue against fundraising goals; provides regular reporting and analysis to ensure that the Development department is being strategic in all fundraising activities; maintains the integrity and security of the database; oversees all gift accounting in collaboration with the Business Office; pulls mailing lists for solicitations and other constituent outreach; tracks pledge payments; maintains donor files/records; and updates/maintains all database policies and procedures. The Administrator also provides ongoing training for Development colleagues in the use of The Raiser’s Edge and best practices.
The Maintenance Assistant position consists of light maintenance duties and housekeeping duties, which will entail 30% of the week performing light preventative maintenance and 70% of the week performing custodial services. A heavy emphasis on the cleanliness in the new Visitor Center and Café is expected. Responsible for bi-weekly preventative maintenance services in café kitchen, to include filter cleaning, deep cleaning, and sanitization of spaces. Strong attention to cleanliness and sanitization in public restrooms and public spaces is expected.
The Executive Assistant to the Director provides high level administrative support to the museum’s Director, including providing logistical coordination for the museum’s Board of Trustees and various board committees. The position will be responsible for organizing the day-to-day activities of the Director and the director’s office. The Executive Assistant also provides support, as necessary, to the Vice President, Development and the Vice President, Finance and Operations. The position will require initiative, sound judgement, independent decision-making, guest services skills, and a robust sense of humor.
Plan and direct the museum’s public relations strategies and activities via traditional media, social media, and community outreach to promote George Eastman Museum, the collection, exhibitions, programs, and special events. Enhance and protect the public image of George Eastman Museum. Support the objectives of the Marketing & Engagement team.
Provide exemplary customer service to all museum patrons at the Museum Eatery (Open Face), Lipson Welcome Center, and Museum Shop as assigned. Primary function will be to provide support to the Museum Eatery preparing and serving food and beverages. Will assist in the Museum Shop or Welcome Center as needed. Will welcome visitors, answer questions, and highlight important areas of the museum to ensure an outstanding visitor experience. This position is full-time with varied hours and requires the incumbent to work weekdays, weekends, some evenings, and holidays.