SITE Guides (SGs) engage with museum visitors, lead tours, and facilitate a positive relationship between art, audience, and the museum. SGs also help monitor the galleries to promote the safety of our visitors and of the artwork, and offer the public an opportunity to connect to our museum and exhibitions in a meaningful way. SGs must be comfortable working in a public-facing role, and be confident interacting with individuals of varying degrees of experience with art. SGs are scheduled Thursdays through Sundays, but may be required to work other days of the week for special events. SG’s report to the Education Coordinator.
Part-time, Approximately 15 hours/week
Hourly rate: $14.00
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Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Louis Abbene-Meagley, Education Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grants Manager coordinates all of SITE’s grant application activities to private foundations and government agencies, including prospecting, stewardship, application, and reporting. The Grants Manager collaborates with a range of SITE staff members to write narratives for grants in support of SITE’s exhibitions, education programs, public programs, marketing efforts, facility improvements, special initiatives, and general operating. The Grants Manager works closely with the Development Department in meeting annual fundraising goals, and reports to the Associate Director of Development.