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Are you looking to boost your resume in a unique working environment? Are you passionate about making a difference in the community? If so, we need your skills and talents. You can be part of the team leading Sacramento's exciting new attraction the SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity (MOSAC).
Do you have a passion for science, technology and, health research and innovation? Do you like to learn and apply complex concepts into fun, educational and memorable exhibit experiences? The Experience team needs your skills and talents for our next gallery on health innovation. Your role as exhibit developer, working directly with the project lead, is to help establish learning objectives and visitor experience goals, to conduct research and interview experts and to synthesize these ideas into exhibit concepts. We are seeking one individual to join the project team, who brings judgement, specialized knowledge, creative and innovative thinking, planning and decision-making, while working independently with minimal supervision. This position is funded for two years, with potential for an extension pending further modification
Are you passionate about developing and leading teams to work with the public? Do you have a passion for science communication or informal education? Are you curious about the world around you, and want to share that curiosity with others? MOSAC is looking for someone with your skills to take on the role of Assistant Manager of Program Delivery to join the Education and Experiences team. You will work with a passionate team of dedicated individuals who develop and run education programs for school groups, the public, and registered participants, including camps, exhibit experiences, Multiverse Theater presentations and more! This role is accountable the Manager, Program Delivery and together they are responsible for the hiring, training and scheduling of all team members for daily and registered programs and floor staff. The Assistant Manager also works with other �Managers on Duty� to assure positive guest experiences throughout operating hours, attend to emergencies, and maintain overall guest safety and customer service.
Do you like the creativity and curiosity of science? Are you enthusiastic about engaging with others and facilitating their learning and exploration? The Museum of Science and Curiosity is looking to build a diverse team of Curiosity Collaborators to bring our museum to life by animating content and delivering programs. You will inspire guests on their learning journey and exploration throughout the museum, and collaborate with them to achieve the learning, activation, and participation goals for MOSAC. Collaborators are responsible for providing interactive experiences of science, technology, and creativity, enhancing visitor engagement with exhibits, presenting stage and planetarium shows, presenting Academies and School Lab programs, and facilitating during special events. Our guests are all ages and knowledge levels - help them unlock their curiosity, creativity, and problem-solving skills. This role contributes to the overall mission of MOSAC as a fun, active, and knowledgeable representative. At this time MOSAC is looking for Collaborators who will focus on school programming.
Do you like to learn and work with children to spark their curiosity? Do you have a passion for science and technology? Are you keen to learn new skills and work in a positive team atmosphere? The Museum of Science and Curiosity is seeking Summer Camp Leaders to encourage children attending weeklong day camps to have fun while they are actively learning about science, technology, engineering, and math. Leaders are responsible for providing safe, friendly supervision directly to all children in their care, and indirectly to all children in the camp at any one time. In this role, you will contribute to the overall mission of MOSAC by serving as a fun, active, and knowledgeable representative when communicating with children, their caregivers, and other museum guests. In addition, MOSAC seeks enthusiastic Spring Break Camp Leaders for April 11-14 and April 19-22. Availability to work Spring Break Camp is not a requirement for those interested in working as Summer Camp Leaders.
The Park Maintenance I is responsible for daily upkeep and repair of the park including grounds, horticulture areas, walks, public areas and buildings, restrooms, as well as meeting safety and security regulations. This is a full-time benefitted position. Pay is $17.00 per hour.
The Park Maintenance I is responsible for daily upkeep and repair of the park including grounds, horticulture areas, walks, public areas and buildings, restrooms, as well as meeting safety and security regulations. This is a full-time benefitted position. Pay is $15.00 per hour.
This seasonal minimum wage position is responsible for conducting birthday parties, sell retail merchandise at the retail cart and provide customer services at the Box Office. Duties may include but are not limited to:
The Summer Camp Educator is expected to provide leadership and supervision for children ages four through twelve. Daily responsibilities include engaging the children in creative activities and ensuring a safe, respectful, and fun environment. Educators are expected to participate in park exploration, pretend, play creation and practice, craft projects and imaginative play.
The Animal Keeper is responsible for caring for domestic farm animals (sheep, goats, rabbits, pigs, donkeys, cows, etc.) and exotic animals (arachnids, parrots) including related cleaning and maintenance as well as assisting with general grounds and maintenance. The candidate for this position will be expected to do animal presentations for classroom visits and workshops.
The Exam Unit is happy to announce the release of the State Park Interpreter I & II online exams. The exams are now accessible on a continuous basis through Cal Careers. A special thanks to all the State Parks Subject Matter Experts who assisted with the exam development process!
I have included the links to the exam bulletins below.
Note: The Interpreter III online exam is scheduled for release on or around May 16, 2022. Should you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact me.
The RETAIL COORDINATOR supports the efforts of Friends of Sutter’s Fort. The main responsibilities of the seasonal RETAIL COORDINATOR include both retail sales and project/program support. At the nonprofit museum store, our RETAIL COORDINATOR will welcome customers, help them locate items, promote the features and benefits of items in the store, ring up purchases, restock items as necessary and clean the store and back stock/supply areas. They will also assist the Director of Retail Operations with improvements to the online store (photography, product descriptions) and product marketing including drafting social media. This team member will also help Friends of Sutter’s Fort with short-term projects related to fundraising, community outreach and other aspects of our nonprofit efforts. All employees of Friends of Sutter’s Fort must strive to provide visitors with exceptional customer service.
The Administrative Coordinator will provide support and assistance in managing CAM’s membership program, communications, and operations. Under the supervision of the Operations Manager and in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures.
The Crocker Art Museum brings people together and connects them in unexpected ways with art, ideas, each other, and the world around them. We value the diversity of individuals and the perspectives, insights, and values they bring to the workplace. The Museum Store Manager is responsible for working onsite every day to oversee all the daily operations of the Museum Store and to manage the store with attention to maximizing profitability while furthering the Museum’s mission. The Museum Store Manager’s responsibilities include budgeting, managing store staff and scheduling, merchandising the museum store and website regularly, developing expertise in CounterPoint Point, the Crocker’s database and POS, organizing inventory, and making sales. The Museum Store Manager will work closely with the director of visitor and building services to select work for consignment, make inventory purchases, and increase sales, as well as managing ongoing relationships with vendors and artists/designers. The manager will ensure that merchandise is accurately represented in the Crocker’s web store, facilitate shipping, and help the marketing team choose items for promotional e-blasts. As an important ambassador for the Crocker, they will supervise store staff to ensure a positive visitor experience and encourage new Crocker memberships.
The Crocker Art Museum brings people together and connects them in unexpected ways with art, ideas, each other, and the world around them. We value the diversity of individuals and the perspectives, insights, and values they bring to the workplace. The Visitor Services Representative is responsible for providing a high level of customer service while making sales transactions and as an attendant in the galleries. This position is an essential part of the visitor experience.
The focus of the position is to: engage with visitors; follow and enforce Museum policy; complete sales transactions; have good working knowledge of the Crocker exhibitions, programs, and facilities; perform Museum Store tasks as needed (including restocking, cleaning, and assisting visitors); and serve as an attendant for the galleries in the Museum—while representing the Museum in a positive, friendly, and knowledgeable manner.
The Development Manager is a full-time, non-exempt position that reports to the Executive Director overseeing the development and implementation of all fundraising activities at Verge. The key projects this position is responsible for include: managing the membership database and identifying individuals for stewardship; developing a major gift program with supplemental materials; scheduling and supervising quarterly fund appeal mailings, membership acquisitions, and renewals; coordinating higher level member events including bus trips, lunches, and gallery tours; overseeing all moving parts of the art auction and other special events; ordering membership brochures and revising benefits where needed. Weekend and evening hours required. Download PDF to read full description.
Reporting to the Office Manager, the CSRMF Office Assistants work closely with Foundation Staff, Museum Docents, Sacramento Southern Railroad Volunteers and State Parks Staff to assist in a wide range of office, membership, and development support functions. The reporting location is 106 K Street, Suite 200 in Old Sacramento and complimentary daily parking is available directly behind the California State Railroad Museum.
Reporting to the Director of Events and Marketing, the CSRMF Events & Programs Coordinator works closely with Foundation Staff, Museum Docents, Sacramento Southern Railroad Volunteers and State Parks Staff to assist in the smooth and successful planning and execution of a wide range of development and revenue producing events. Additionally, the Events Coordinator will execute day-to-day social media campaigns for assigned events. The reporting location is 106 K Street, Suite 200 in Old Sacramento and complimentary daily parking is available directly behind the California State Railroad Museum.
The Sacramento Children’s Museum seeks a Play Facilitator to play a key role in the Museum’s
Play Facilitators work primarily on the Museum floor in all exhibition galleries, interacting with
children and adults as they play within the Museum. Additionally, Play Facilitators lead activities
and programs while maintaining the highest standards of friendly, helpful, and responsive visitor
service at all times.
A qualified candidate should be experienced, creative, and enthusiastic about working with young
children and their families.
The Roseville Utility Exploration Center is accepting applications for the temporary and part-time position of Interpretive Services Program Leader (Museum Educator). The position’s primary responsibilities are to lead school programs, staff an interactive visitor center, conduct exhibit/utility facility tours, and assist with workshops. This position is limited to a maximum of 1500 hours per fiscal year and requires availability to work Saturdays and weekdays, as needed.
Title: Interpretive Services Program Assistant
Institution: Maidu Museum & Historic Site
Location: Roseville, CA
Part-time (10-25 hours per week)
The Maidu Museum & Historic Site is a Native American museum that focuses on the history, culture, and arts of the Maidu people. The Interpretive Services Program Assistant will be working at the front desk greeting visitors, helping manage gift shop purchases, and leading educational programs. Shifts have schedule flexibility and can expect to work 10 to 25 hours per week. We are looking for someone who:
For more information and qualifications or to apply, check out the job opening on CalOpps.org: https://www.calopps.org/roseville/job-20096762. For more information about the Maidu Museum & Historic Site, check out our website (https://www.roseville.ca.us/museum)
The Facilities Manager position requires a “hands-on” person to perform daily facility maintenance projects including but not limited to: painting; plumbing, door hardware repairs and adjustments. This person will oversee building systems contracts and maintenance including HVAC, plumbing and electrical, landscaping, security, and janitorial. This person will work with the facilities team to maintain a problem-free work environment. This person will also be responsible for ensuring that the museum is in compliance with the local, state and federal applicable codes, regulations, and standards pertaining to operations.