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Current Available Positions


Administrative Assistant | Membership and Visitor Services

Creates a highly positive experience for Museum guests that is conducive to repeat visitation, membership conversion, and positive word of mouth. Proactively and warmly welcomes guests (staff, staff guests, educators, groups, student center and library users, trustees, VIPs, couriers, messengers) to the Museum’s reception areas. Responds to questions and offers guidance. Maintains visitor log, issues security guest passes, and checks personal identification as per Museum policy. Announces visitors to staff and directs visitors to MoMA offices and departments. Receives, distributes, and signs for incoming/outgoing packages, interoffice mail, express mail (FedEx, UPS, USPS), and courier mail. Maintains delivery and pick-up log. Distributes study center brochures, submission guidelines, volunteer applications, and other written materials upon request. Resolves general inquiries and complaints from guests and members over the phone, on site, via mail, and electronically. Monitors MoMA website and staff directory for visitor queries; forwards visitor inquiries; and uses Internet for related research. Warmly answers calls received on the Museum switchboard and routes calls to appropriate departments and staff members. Stays abreast of current and upcoming exhibitions, films, educational programs, and marketing campaigns. Attends the morning meeting at the beginning of every shift. Reads and absorbs information in daily MoMA MeMO. Creates vouchers and vendor records in PeopleSoft. Creates petty cash reimbursement forms for approval. Obtains petty cash from the cashier’s office and distributes to staff members. Picks up and distributes weekly paychecks from the Payroll department. Assists in maintaining e-time attendance records for staff. Reports to Assistant Director, Membership and Visitor Services.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Proficiency with computers/Windows. Exceptional customer service skills. Customer service experience. Passion for the visual arts. Previous museum experience and foreign language skills strongly preferred. Schedule may include one weekend day. Working knowledge of basic accounting rules helpful. Interest in art and the Museum’s mission highly preferred.

Assistant Store Manager, Operations | MoMA Design Store

Assists store manager with all aspects of running the store, including but not limited to opening and closing the store; ensuring proper safeguarding of MoMA’s staff, visitors, and assets; attending and contributing to retail management meetings; and participating in partnership initiatives. Manages, organizes, and maximizes use of stock space and leads the effort to maximize store inventory flow. Communicates with distribution center to ensure accuracy of deliveries. Processes all transfers and receiving. Oversees min/max numbers to ensure optimal inventory levels to support visual presentation and sales expectations. Trains and develops stock team. Initiates mini inventories and makes recommendations to improve results and reduce loss. Partners with store manager to “manage sales” by metrics, providing data accordingly. Partners with store manager to execute annual physical inventory. Oversees min/max numbers to ensure optimal inventory levels based on visual presentation and sales. Reviews and approves all inventory adjustments. Is store contact and liaison between store and museum and outside vendors regarding maintenance, housekeeping, lighting, elevator operation, HVAC, fire safety, supply ordering/control, guard service, security systems, loss preventions, systems POS, and digital operations. Manages supplies and all applicable requisitions to support store sales. All assistant store managers are responsible for managing, developing, and training the staff by ensuring a professional and positive presence on sales floor, delivering a knowledgeable, thoughtful, and inspiring customer service experience. Reports to Store Manager.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three to five years in retail operations and stock management. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong organization skills. Superior customer service abilities. Organized and detail-oriented with superb time-management skills. Proactive self-starter who exhibits initiative and leadership. Experience with POS, MS Word, and Excel. Order entry and contact management. Inventory management a plus.

Assistant Store Manager, Staff | MoMA Design Store

Assists store manager with all aspects of running the store, including but not limited to opening and closing the store; ensuring proper safeguarding of MoMA’s staff, visitors, and assets; attending and contributing to retail management meetings; and participating in partnership initiatives. Coaches, develops, and empowers sales team on customer engagement. Participates in all customer-engagement training and initiatives. Observes sales staff to identify areas of opportunity to maximize strengths. Assists in the recruitment, hiring, and on-boarding of new staff. Initiates consistent employee feedback and organizes staff meetings. Works with store manager to develop programs and ideas for maintaining staff connection to the Museum. Publishes and maintains staff schedules and ensures adequate floor coverage. Oversees time keeping/payroll. Communicates regularly with assistant managers at other stores to maximize staff potential and coordinate planning processes. Assists in the development, implementation, and compliance of all policies and procedures. Ensures all information is consistently communicated to staff. Ensures staff is properly attired (i.e. dress code, lanyard, badge), and adheres to zoning and scheduling. Maintains all customer service and POS manuals. All assistant store managers are responsible for managing, developing, and training the staff by ensuring a professional and positive presence on sales floor, delivering a knowledgeable, thoughtful, and inspiring customer service experience. Reports to Store Manager.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three to five years of retail experience and managing a staff. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong organization skills. Superior customer service abilities. Organized and detail-oriented with superb time-management skills. Proactive self-starter who exhibits initiative and leadership. Experience with POS, MS Word, and Excel. Order entry and contact management. Inventory management a plus.

Carpenter | Exhibition Design and Production

Managed directly by the carpenter shop foreperson, and working as part of a six-person in-house crew (and occasionally with larger crews as needed), is responsible for cooperatively addressing the Museum’s multiple construction and furniture-making needs, including construction, erection, installation, and repair of structures, furnishings, fixtures of wood, plywood, wallboard, aluminum, light-gauge steel, etc., using carpenters hand tools and power tools. Reads and interprets construction documents/sketches for information pertaining to various types of building materials such as lumber and fiberboard. Selects lumber and other materials. Interacts with building occupants at all levels to execute painting assignments with maximum efficiency and quality. Assists in maintaining a well-organized inventory of tools, materials, and supplies as needed for both gallery and building-wide maintenance and construction. Cooperates with the other trades (Carpentry, Electrical, Art Handling and Preparation, Audio Visual) and departments (Conservation, CMER, etc.) to perform on-site work safely and within schedule. Reports to Design and Production Manager.

Requirements: Minimum five years related hands-on museum experience or equivalent. Ability to stand for extended periods of time; exhibit manual dexterity to operate equipment; understand oral and written instructions; lift materials; and bend, stoop, and reach overhead. Ability to organize work and execute specific projects both independently and within the carpentry team as assigned by foreperson or lead carpenter. Knowledge of all building trades. Must be able to demonstrate an exceptional ability using power- and hand tools for purposes of rough and finish construction, including cabinetmaking. Comprehensive knowledge of woodworking, excellent craftsmanship, and the ability to work within a team are critical. Strong problem-solving abilities. A special note: a great deal of work will be done within Museum galleries and public spaces that contain invaluable works of art. The carpenter must be personally careful, vigilant, and aware to ensure that objects and installations are protected as necessary and that the art is never compromised.

Collections Photographer | Imaging and Visual Resources

Creates high-resolution direct digital images to digitize and catalog the Museum’s collection, with a primary focus on drawings and prints, as well as paintings, three-dimensional works, and installation imaging, as required. Photographs using a copy stand and also in a flexible studio to create image files suitable for the highest levels of offset reproduction and electronic publishing. Photographs in accordance with Museum and international archival imaging standards, including those for color management and metadata. Uses all relevant Photoshop software tools and provides color correction on an individual basis to match hue, saturation, lightness, and contrast of image files to original works. Ensures the welfare of artwork throughout the imaging procedure. Participates in curatorial meetings to determine best photographic approach. Advises assistant collections photographers. Reports to Production Manager.

Requirements: Bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, or bachelor of fine arts degree in photography and three years professional digital photographic experience, including studio work or equivalent. Minimum two years imaging fine art or cultural heritage objects. Working knowledge and technical skill in high-resolution digital imaging procedures, equipment, and lighting for fine-arts imaging. Ability to use medium-format studio cameras and expertise in controlled photographic lighting. Knowledge of major artists and movements of modern and contemporary art history. Skill at rendering essential esthetic elements of works of art as they translate to photographic images. Solid working knowledge of the Mac operating system. Advanced knowledge of Photoshop. Excellent color judgment and ability to make own color corrections. Basic 35mm camera video skills. High level of organizational skill. Experience with handling fine-art works on paper preferred. Flexibility to work at MoMA’s midtown and Queens locations.

Curatorial Assistant | Drawings and Prints

Assists the department’s senior curatorial staff in all areas of their responsibilities, including administrative work in the context of curatorial functions such as acquisitions, collections records, bibliographic and biographical records and files, research for exhibitions and publications, departmental committee loans, and general curatorial inquiries. Performs work in relation to care of the collection and expedites arrangements for custodial, registration, and preparation work as required by the curators in the maintenance of the collection in gallery, study, and storage areas. Conducts daily collection gallery inspections and assists with follow-up arrangements in the event of damage, deterioration, etc. Performs duties of exhibitions assistant, including research on subjects such as artists, periods, styles, etc., on specific works, on locations of works, on photograph sources, etc. Assists in arranging loans; catalogue preparation; preparation of checklists including compiling and typing; and coordinating and scheduling work to be done, within the Museum and without, in such areas as conservation, photography, public information, matting and framing, construction, lighting, etc. Assists with the preparation and installation of wall labels. Conducts daily inspection of works on view in temporary exhibitions and assists with necessary follow-up arrangements. Answers inquiries and conducts some gallery tours as necessary for visitors, etc. Researches and catalogs the Museum collection and archives under senior staff supervision and answers related inquiries from the public and scholars. Assists in the operation of departmental study centers. Works with curatorial interns as assigned. Keeps informed of current activity in the area of departmental interests through gallery and museum visits, publications, etc. and conveys observations to the senior staff. Reports to Chief Curator.

Requirements: Master’s degree in art history strongly preferred with a particular expertise/exposure to art from the postwar period through to contemporary. Prior curatorial experience preferred. Superior research and writing skills and fluency in a foreign language preferred. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, and other standard office procedures and equipment.

Development Assistant | Membership

Assists director of Membership in upholding customer service standards and procedures. Drafts frequent correspondence with members via postal mail and email. Handles escalations from membership phone staff, ensuring that all member communications into office receive timely and relevant responses. Assists director of Membership in identifying and cultivating high-level membership prospects. Creates solicitation letters and packages. Delivers incoming contributions to gift-processing area. Reviews acknowledgements, receipts, and cards for accuracy. Makes adjustments as necessary to Salesforce database. Acts as departmental liaison for Membership information technology requests. Clarifies requirements from Membership staff. Works with IT staff to create timelines, tracks expenses against budget, etc. Tracks overall membership revenue and departmental spending. Works with Finance to adjust membership budget as needed. Processes check vouchers for Membership. Updates membership information in AS400 and Salesforce as necessary. Reports to Director, Membership.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and one to two years relevant experience, preferably in a museum environment, or equivalent. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel. Ability to work independently, set priorities, follow through, and meet deadlines.

Development Officer, Corporate Membership | Exhibition and Program Funding

Develops and implements annual and long-term corporate membership strategy and goals with associate director of Corporate and Program Funding and other key staff. Identifies, cultivates, and solicits new corporate prospects. Produces written material, including solicitation letters and proposals, to support the corporate program. Coordinates barters and in-kind agreements related to Marketing and Communications, Retail, Special Events, IT, and other departments as needed. Writes all print and electronic material related to corporate member communication, including newsletters, e-blasts, and website pages. Conducts ongoing communication with donors related to the areas above, including in-person meetings and visits, and written initiatives such as inquiries, updates, and reports. Works with Visitor Services, Retail, and other departments to provide VIP services and smooth handling of corporate donors at MoMA. Coordinates invitations to corporate members for exhibition openings and other special events, as well as corporate entertaining and benefit stewardship with the Special Events department. Manages corporate membership budget and financial information. Works closely with associate director of Corporate and Program Funding on special projects as needed. Reports to Associate Director, Corporate and Program Funding.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and three to five years relevant experience in a development office or equivalent. Superior organizational skills and attention to detail. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Budget and database experience preferred. Knowledge of modern and contemporary art a plus.

Guest Assistant | Visitor Services

Creates a highly positive experience for Museum guests that is conducive to repeat visitation, membership conversion, and positive word of mouth for the Museum. Sells daily and advance Museum admission, film, and program tickets, memberships, and member guest passes. Processes credit cards and coupons, rings up cash, and issues change. Generates proactive sales efforts throughout the Museum. Proactively and warmly welcomes guests, responds to questions, and offers guidance. Validates admission at points of entry to galleries. Ensures smooth flow of visitors by proactively guiding visitors to various queues and spaces. Resolves general complaints from guests and members on site. Stays abreast of current and upcoming exhibitions, films, educational programs, and marketing campaigns. Helps maintain inventory of printed information and marketing materials, and ensures signage is properly placed. Drafts routine correspondence in response to incoming mail and email from members and visitors. Updates membership database and assists with member events and RSVPs as needed. Reports to Lobby Managers.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Proficiency with computers/Windows. Exceptional customer service skills, customer service experience, and passion for the visual arts. Previous museum experience and foreign language skills strongly preferred. Must be available to work weekends and holiday periods. Must be able to work weekend hours.

Lobby Manager | Visitor Services

Works as part of a lobby management team to support all operational aspects of serving visitors in the Museum's various public spaces. Maintains a welcoming environment in the Museum’s public spaces at all times by fostering a team of guest assistants and guest specialists who are extremely professional, approachable, and engaged with the Museum’s mission. Assists with customer-service issues, diffuses situations, discusses service levels with visitors who make inquiries, comments, and suggestions. Coaches staff in excellent forward-facing practices and ensures that high standards are consistently being met. Makes recommendations regarding lobby and lobby office operational improvements and suggests process improvements to streamline procedures and to improve the experience of our visitors and lobby staff. Compiles all aspects of end-of-day revenue reconciliations, including gathering attendance admissions information from all sources to create the daily report. Acquires and refreshes knowledge of all lobby equipment and ticketing systems, including minor troubleshooting. Prepares the staff’s schedule for the day and delegates other tasks as needed. Provides general support to fellow lobby managers’ special responsibilities through a variety of tasks, including developing and executing staff enrichment programs, coordinating lobby signage, and managing attendance records. Reports to Assistant Director, Visitor Services.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and related experience managing staff and coordinating projects. Excellent organizational skills. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills. Interest in modern and contemporary art. Proficiency in standard office procedures and equipment. Ability to work weekends (five-day work week includes weekends).

Manager, Foundation Relations | Exhibition and Program Funding

In collaboration with the director and associate director of Exhibition and Program Funding, develops and implements a comprehensive foundation-fundraising strategy designed to maintain and increase existing grants and enlist new supporters. Collaborates with senior development colleagues and executive and programmatic leadership and staff to raise funds toward operations and special programs, including exhibitions, conservation, library and archives, publications, education programs, and other special projects. Serves as point of contact for the Museum’s portfolio of foundation funders, including managing communication and strategy for current and prospective foundation funders. Attends meetings with program leadership and members of the finance team to ensure full coordination around proposal development, grant requirements, and new fundraising opportunities. Prepares senior Museum leadership and Development staff, drafts strategy documents and profiles for meetings with funders, and participates in meetings as needed. Writes targeted selection of proposals, reports, memos, letters, and other compelling fundraising materials. Supervises drafting of proposals, reports, renewal requests, and other financial and institutional documents. Identifies and researches potential funding sources. Oversees calendar of deadlines for all proposals, reports, and inquiries. Ensures the highest quality narrative and financial submissions. Manages acknowledgments and other donor communications, etc. Supervises Foundation Relations staff. Leads Museum tours and organizes and attends relevant events (some evenings and weekends required). Reports to Associate Director, Exhibition and Program Funding.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred, and five to seven years of foundation relations, grant writing, or other related fundraising experience or equivalent. Passion for and understanding of MoMA’s mission and program. Knowledge of art history or related field and interest in modern and contemporary art. Team- and growth oriented. Superb written and oral communication and presentation skills. Proven track record in crafting effective fundraising strategies. Demonstrated ability to promote complex goals, strategies, and legal concepts in a clear, accessible form. Talent for developing and managing relationships with key funders. Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to prioritize and meet multiple deadlines and projects in a fast-paced environment, while planning strategically for future efforts. Proficiency with complex budgets, revenue forecasting, and financial reporting to funders.

Manager, Payroll | Accounting

Drives best practices for payroll operations and reporting, payroll tax reporting, and analysis. Recommends, develops, analyzes, and initiates operating reports, cost control procedures, and time efficiencies without sacrificing quality of product. Responds to departmental and individual requests for information and analysis. Provides leadership and staff training for payroll self-service components of Ultimate payroll system. Directs the Museum’s biweekly and weekly payroll. Coordinates required union payroll reporting, statutory withholdings, and other contractual payments. Controls the Museum’s time-keeping system, and its integration with payroll records and attendance records and reporting. Prepares specialized analysis and reports and performs necessary general ledger reconciliations as required. Reports to Controller.

Requirements: Certified Payroll Professional with a bachelor’s degree, at a minimum, and seven to 10 years professional experience in payroll. Specific knowledge of Ultimate (Ultipro) software and payroll conversions. Demonstrated ability as a communicator and hands-on functional leader with strong supervisory and administrative abilities. Critical thinker with the ability to develop actionable reports necessary to control, record, analyze, summarize, and communicate information. Strong organizational and follow-up skills. Cooperative, team player with the ability to coordinate and communicate with employees at all levels throughout the Museum. Interest in art and the Museum’s mission highly preferred.

Sales Associate (temporary) | Retail Stores, all locations

Answers inquiries and assists customers in making selections. Stocks and restocks sales fixtures. Straightens and dusts merchandise and fixtures. Assists in physical inventories. Opens and closes cash registers and is held accountable for any discrepancies noted by manager. Reports to Store Manager.

Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. Some sales experience. Excellent customer service skills. An interest in good design, books, art, and architecture. Ability to work afternoon and weekend hours.

Selling Specialist | Retail Stores

Delivers knowledgeable, thoughtful, and inspiring customer service, which plays an integral role in achieving the stores' sales and metrics goals. Partners with management to formulate strategies to ensure optimal product performance to increase sales of respective category. Executes highest level of customer service by responding to inquiries and assisting in making selections. Maintains a professional and positive presence on sales floor. Engages customers with knowledge of the product assortment, with the goal of increasing conversion and average transaction amounts. Assists in the merchandising of fixtures in accordance with standards and ensures optimal stock levels and presentation. Executes daily stock maintenance by ensuring that all merchandise and fixtures are signed, displayed, lit, and clean. Partners with store management to assess product performance, provide feedback, coordinate and deliver product training to sales associates, coordinate floor standards and replenishment training, review and analyze sales and margins to identify opportunities, and develop selling strategies. Partners with assistant store manager, operations, to maintain inventory levels and identify discrepancies, and participates in physical inventory. Performs register transactions such as sales, returns, memberships, and email capture.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree preferred and a minimum of two years retail sales experience or equivalent. Strong verbal and written organizational and communication skills. Ability and desire to deliver a high level of customer service. Knowledge in art, design, and books a plus. Merchandising experience a plus. POS, email, MS Word, and Excel.

Senior Manager, E-Commerce Strategy and Planning | Retail

Manages budgeting and planning process in support of ecommerce growth plans. Thinks strategically to drive new initiatives to increase revenue, gross margin, and profitability with a clear focus on customer experience and onsite optimization. Works closely with creative, merchandising, marketing, and finance teams. Defines and drives new initiatives, including major site releases, omnichannel efforts, and operational improvements, to improve key performance indicators (KPIs) and customer experience. Manages site-testing program. Collaborates with merchandising and marketing areas to plan marketing calendar. Manages call center. Plans, strategizes, and drives business in online marketplaces. Leads the fiscal year budget planning. Manages and tracks expenses. Creates ongoing and ad hoc reporting as needed. Reports to Director of Direct to Consumer, Retail.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of four years related experience in ecommerce business and operations. Flexible and capable of thriving in a high-energy, fast-paced environment. Knowledgeable about how to drive growth in an ecommerce business. Resourceful, solution-oriented, capable of thinking and working independently, well organized, and attentive to detail. Excellent communications and technical skills. Strong interest in and understanding of MoMA and MoMA Retail. Ability to communicate and collaborate with a wide range of positions and functions, from executives to developers. Inquisitive and curious mindset. Very strong proficiency with Microsoft Office and Web analytics tools. Strong financial acumen and understanding of ecommerce KPIs. Proven record of driving results. Experience with testing, optimization, and ecommerce best practices.

Senior Receptionist | Visitor Services

Provides exceptional customer service skills by warmly greeting all visitors (Museum guests, members, staff, trustees, educators, groups, messengers, study center and library users) to the Museum’s reception areas. Maintains visitor log and carefully registers guests according to security procedures. Announces visitors to staff and directs them to Museum offices. Receives and distributes incoming/outgoing packages, postal and interoffice mail, Federal Express and UPS packages, and deliveries. Maintains delivery logs. Distributes brochures, applications, and other written materials to guests upon request. Answers Museum phone calls with warmth and enthusiasm. Provides general information on admission fees, hours of operation, policies, exhibitions, film schedules, transportation, and directions. Transfers calls to MoMA departments as needed. Maintains Museum’s general email inbox. Replies to general inquiries in a pleasant tone and timely manner, forwards correspondence to departments as needed, and tracks departmental responses. Maintains statistical data and generates regular reports on incoming calls and emails. Assists in coordination of departmental customer service training initiatives, including the daily MoMA MeMO, new hire orientation packets, and information sheets. Reports to Assistant Director, Visitor Services.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and one to two years prior customer service experience or equivalent, ideally in a museum or fast-paced environment. Exceptional communication and customer service skills, both face to face and over the phone. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent written skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite.

Site Merchandising Manager, Ecommerce | Retail

Ensures online merchandising strategy aligns with MoMA Retail’s overall merchandising and ecommerce strategies. Drives sales, conversion, and margin and manages merchandising web KPIs (category conversion, average unit retail, units per transaction). Maximizes productivity of traffic driven by marketing with a focus on conversion and basket size/AOV. Partners with Marketing to oversee site editorial/merchandising calendar and coordinates online execution of key seasonal themes and product stories. Optimizes site performance through effective use of site/product analytics, categorization, seasonal collections, on-site search, product recommendations, A/B testing, and other digital merchandising tools. Affects high-quality online product presentation and information specific to category (views, comparisons, etc.) and drives a consistent visual representation of the brand across the website. Develops and implements the home page strategy and determines space allocation across categories based on sales and margin. Partners with buying and online marketing teams to synergize digital campaign messaging, identifying feature products and story opportunities. Gathers and organizes new product information from buyers and assistant buyers. Identifies photography needs and standards and ensures appropriate product photography representation. Performs market analysis and competitive shop and analyzes sales trends to keep abreast of current trends. Works with merchandising and creative teams to plan and implement new product launches, working with key team members to ensure product copy, attributes, and visual assets are correct, complete, and optimized for the online shopping experience. Partners with assistant ecommerce manager and IT to plan, execute, QA test, and launch platform and feature improvements. Reports on daily and weekly merchandising KPIs, identifying trends and opportunities for growth and improvement. Reports to Director, Direct to Consumer.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and two to four years previous experience in online merchandising. Deep understanding of how customers shop online. Well organized and detail oriented with proven analytical and planning skills. Exceptional communication and presentation skills. Proven ability to build consensus and work effectively within a cross-departmental team. Well versed in current trends for online retailing and technology. Experience with online analytics tools required (Google Analytics), IBM Websphere experience a plus.

Supervisor, Control Room | Security

Supervises existing enterprise security system, to include access control and VMS system for the entire Museum campus. Troubleshoots all malfunctions and maintenance issues and provides operational support and assistance for on-duty officers, supervisors, and managers. Implements MoMA’s security plan and integrates the enterprise-level security system to include additional MoMA locations. Oversees day-to-day control room procedures and protocols and drives efficiencies among Control Room Operators (CROs). Frequently interacts with security managers, the associate director and director of Security, and internal/external contacts (e.g. Special Events). Communicates clear and concise information via radio, telephone, and email. Maintains the safety and security of confidential information and data. Participates in writing incident reports and documents for control room as well as Fire Command Center procedures. Reports to Manager, Security Technical Systems. This position is located in MoMA’s Midtown Manhattan location.

Requirements: Three to five years experience in control/command room and technical/security system support, including IT infrastructure and systems knowledge. Three to five years experience in the security or law enforcement field preferred. Experience in cultural, educational, or large public access locations preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of security practices, including emergency response. Experience utilizing various security software programs and applications, including MS Office. Basic first aid/CPR knowledge and AED certification. Fire Safety Director certification or ability to complete certification. Applied knowledge of fire-life-safety systems and other related security devices. If hired, individual must successfully complete a security threat assessment through the Department of Homeland Security.

MoMA Jobs application guidelines

If you would like to submit your resume and cover letter for consideration, please choose one of the following options:

By email: jobs@moma.org (most preferred option)
By fax: (212) 333-1107
By mail: The Museum of Modern Art
The Department of Human Resources
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY 10019

If submitting by email, please send us your resume and cover letter as one document in a PDF format.

Please be advised that due to the high volume of applicants, we are only able to contact those candidates whose skills and background best fit the needs of the open positions. Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at The Museum of Modern Art.

The Museum of Modern Art is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, creed, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or political affiliation.