Current Available Positions
Accounts Payable Administrator | Accounting
Completes various accounts payable processes and other functions critical to the completion of accurate and timely payments in accordance with Museum policy. Thoroughly reviews and then releases invoice-related vouchers for payment and posting to the general ledger in a paperless environment. Reviews employee travel and expense reports, releasing them for reimbursement. Prepares accounts payable aging report for upper management review. Assists with preparation of mandatory vendor reporting as required by federal and state governments. Follows up on stale-dated checks, vendor credit balances, and aged payables. Provides assistance with the resolution of helpdesk tickets, phone calls, or any other inquiry associated with vendor bills. Effectively and promptly communicates on vendor and internal inquiries. Processes refunds, stop payments, and payment cancellations as needed. Reports to Manager, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree in accounting preferred. Three to five years accounts payable experience. Knowledge of accounts payable policies and procedures. Team player with the ability to coordinate and communicate with individuals throughout the museum. Excellent interpersonal skills. Self-starter. Strong detail orientation with highly organized work habits.
Curatorial Assistant (one-year, fixed-term) | Architecture and Design
Assists senior curator and curatorial team with administrative, logistical, and research tasks in preparation for an upcoming modern and contemporary fashion design exhibition (scheduled to open in the fall of 2017) and accompanying publication. Supports the preparation of checklists, loan agreement forms, and related educational materials. Assists in scheduling work to be done within the Museum as a liaison with various internal departments. Researches and writes correspondence with external parties, including institutional and individual lenders to the exhibition, and external design collaborators. Assists in compiling, organizing, formatting, and editing exhibition and catalogue data for completeness and accuracy. Supports catalogue preparation, including obtaining image rights for publication, print, and digital use. Supports the production and preparation of wall texts and labels. Assists with a variety of other editorial, administrative, and organizational tasks for the exhibition. Performs research support functions for the exhibition, including library and archival research on the history of 20th-century fashion design. Reports to Senior Curator, Department of Architecture and Design.
Requirements: Master’s degree or equivalent graduate work in design, art, architectural history, or curatorial studies. Specialization in modern or contemporary fashion design history, specifically in textiles and garments, and a strong knowledge of relevant current and historical scholarship in the field preferred. Strong and comprehensive experience within a museum institution working on exhibition planning and administration, including working with museum collection databases and multi-departmental liaising a plus. Familiarity with researching archives, securing copyright permissions, and clearing image rights highly preferred. Excellent writing, research, and organizational skills. Highly motivated. Strict attention to detail with a rigorous approach to tasks. Strong initiative and ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines.
Digital Marketing Manager | Marketing
Works closely with director of Digital Initiatives and digital marketing team to coordinate robust social media program, including content development, strategic launch of new channels, policy setting, monitoring, and training. Manages all aspects of social media strategy and communications. Manages ongoing communications, including communicating with and engaging audiences about Museum exhibitions and programs. Oversees strategic delivery of digital content in collaboration with video and Digital Media teams. Provides live coverage of Museum events via live-streaming platforms (Periscope, Facebook Live). Coordinates partnerships and special projects. Ensures social sharing presence and hashtags are incorporated in Museum materials as appropriate. Analyzes and recommends new digital platforms and oversees related transitions. Works closely with director of Digital Initiatives and Communications team to manage social media strategy and communications plan for the Museum’s building project and related campaigns. Collaborates with other departments and external partners as required to develop content, ensure timely postings, and maintain a balanced mix of content and messaging. Tracks and measures social media engagement, extracts actionable data from individual platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, and generates regular reports on both internal and external social media activity related to the Museum’s expansion. Grows audiences and builds strong dialogues about new building across various channels to build potential donor pool. Establishes rigorous analytics process for data collection, testing, and reporting to measure success against goals, and recommends actionable strategies for optimizing efforts across all social media channels. Assists director of Digital Initiatives with other email and digital communications projects. Reports to Director, Digital Initiatives.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in marketing, communications, or digital media and at least five years experience in digital communications/marketing with a strong focus and expertise in social media or equivalent. Proven ability to develop social media campaigns and associated marketing strategies to communicate with the Museum’s audience and increase reach and engagement through the creation of programs and campaigns, including live coverage of Museum events and programs as needed. Experience with synthesis of analytics data resulting in actionable strategies for MoMA social media channels; and social media “listening” and reporting. Aptitude with technology platforms, digital content delivery channels, and social media listening/measuring tools. Proven organizational, project management, and multitasking skills. Ability to work independently, proactively, collaboratively, and effectively under pressure with a wide variety of Museum staff and outside agencies to provide outreach and support for social media and digital marketing communications. Excellent professional writing skills and background in content creation and distribution, especially on social media and live-streaming platforms such as Periscope and Facebook Live. Interest in and knowledge of modern and contemporary art strongly preferred. Fluent on both PC and Mac platforms and Photoshop. Familiarity with Percolate or other social media publishing platforms preferred.
Director, Imaging and Visual Resources | Imaging and Visual Resources
Provides leadership to the Museum in the strategic management of images in the MoMA collection, exhibitions, and other Museum activities, and archiving of all visual resources produced by the team and other Museum colleagues. Manages the relationship with MoMA’s distribution partners, with business responsibility for licensing digital assets to publishers, institutions, and others worldwide. Manages the IVR team. Sets strategy and implementation of cross-departmental groups to review and create policies regarding digital assets. Establishes and manages department policies and procedures in support of the overall Museum mission and priorities. Creates annual departmental budgets and operates department in a fiscally responsible manner. Creates reports and advises senior staff concerning Museum-wide digital asset policy, asset production, licensing finances, and strategic planning. Participates in pan-institutional committees as required. Establishes ambitious, achievable production goals and supports department managers and staff in meeting or exceeding those targets. Manages and advises front-end DAM development, including new asset collections and new services. Generates revenue through the Museum’s partnerships with licensing agencies and finds opportunities to expand visual resource licensing potential. Builds and maintains productive business relationships with vendors, researchers, and colleagues at other institutions. Conducts annual staff performance reviews. Provides opportunities for staff development and training. Holds staff accountable and initiates disciplinary actions when necessary. Proposes creative business and technical solutions to meet Museum needs. Represents MoMA through attendance and presentations at major domestic and international conferences. Supervises Production Manager, Senior Digital Image Archivist, Production Assistant, Photographers, and others as assigned. Reports to Senior Deputy Director, Exhibitions and Collections.
Requirements: Bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, or bachelor of fine arts photography, or other relevant discipline. Master of art, master of science, or master of fine arts in photography preferred. Minimum 10 years experience working in a fine art imaging studio, including minimum four years as a manager. Knowledge of modern and contemporary art history, including artists, movements, and materials. Broad knowledge of imaging and archiving methods and emerging technologies. Strong experience with image production and digital asset management within a museum environment. Digital asset licensing/distribution experience preferred. Understanding of aesthetic considerations and conservation issues associated with imaging works of modern and contemporary art. Strong track record as an acknowledged leader in the field of cultural heritage imaging. Thorough understanding of all aspect of digital imaging and digital asset management. Strategic and critical thinking, flexibility, and focus. Anticipation of technical and business issues and opportunities. Excellent technical communication skills including the ability to clearly relate the impact of new workflows, systems, and equipment to those not technically inclined. Self-motivation and accountability. Excellent interpersonal communication. Excellent project management abilities. Exercises a high level of financial responsibility. Thorough understanding of cutting-edge technology and equipment advancements within the field. Leadership and understanding of best practices within the field as it relates to image rights, fees, and commercial and scholarly publishing. Ability to work effectively both independently and in collaboration with others. Capable of exercising a high degree of diplomacy in difficult or contentious situations. Excellent judgment with regard to applying institutional policy to important internal and external business relationships. Possesses the understanding and judgment necessary to operate successfully “on the inside” of an institution with a highly public profile. Team-oriented individual accustomed to working with talented, smart individuals in a group environment. Strong management skills and flexibility to meet multiple, overlapping, and often competing demands for production and delivery of quality visual and audio resources within time and budget constraints. Ability to build bridges and forge strong collaborative relationships with stakeholders throughout the organization, including within the senior leadership team.
Editorial Director | Publications
Responsible for all editorial management aspects of the Museum’s publishing program, including catalogues, exhibition-related ephemera, and a growing number of non-exhibition projects (research publications, trade art books, children’s books, international co-editions, digital publications, long-form writing in multiple media). Directs, manages, and hires editorial staff, coordinating work with associate publisher/business and marketing, production director, design and production staff, and freelancers, in the planning and editing of books, catalogues, educational materials, and other Museum-sponsored or Museum-commissioned writing. Plans future publications with curators, authors, designers, and Publications managerial staff. Participates in formulation of publishing procedures and strategies. Manages all editorial aspects of publication, including scheduling and monitoring and working closely with authors and freelance contributors to ensure timely manuscript deliveries. Works with publisher and other Publications management staff in establishing editorial and writing budgets and schedules, and is directly responsible for monitoring and adhering to them. Maintains and manages cadre of editorial freelancers, translators, and translation reviewers. Supervises all editorial aspects of foreign editions and co-publishing ventures. Works with publisher and associate publisher/business and marketing to acquire and develop new titles. Stays informed about established and emerging writers and scholars in the Museum’s areas of publishing. Provides editorial guidance to Museum staff in general and style sheet guidelines specifically. May edit individual major publications. Participates in MoMA’s Editorial Advisory Board with curatorial members and other museum staff. Reports to Publisher.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and 15+ years progressive experience with proven track record in all aspects of editorial management, with special emphasis on art books and scholarly museum-quality publications or equivalent. Familiarity with all aspects of workflow for print and digital publications. Demonstrated commitment to the highest standards of English-language editing. Demonstrated comfort in working with foreign-language publishing partners. Demonstrated effectiveness in managing complex collaborative editorial projects.
Financial Operations Coordinator | External Affairs
Performs myriad accounting, reporting, and analytical tasks for the External Affairs division. Administers accounting for Special Events, including accounts payable (for benefits, internal events, departmental expenses), with a focus on vendor relations, accounts receivable (for corporate entertaining, trustee reimbursable events, miscellaneous reimbursements), and journal entries (for liquor-consumption distribution and liquor profit). Sets up new vendors. Processes incoming payments (checks, ACHs, wires, cash) for benefits and corporate events. Processes after-party ticket sales for Museum benefit events, including booking online sales, troubleshooting if issues arise, and completing refunds when necessary. Manages liquor inventory, including ordering, liquor pulls, liquor returns, and accounting per event; performs monthly reconciliation of liquor account in PeopleSoft; performs physical inventory count; and ensures that process of physical pulls and returns keeps inventory as secure as possible. Completes reconciliations per event and ensures SPE program summary is reconciled in full for year-end closing. Provides reports on a weekly or monthly basis to various departments: weekly general operating to Development, estimate for unbilled liquor tax to Accounting, trustee calls for gifts to Development, comments on open receivables to Accounting (A/R), and SPE numbers for board reports to Development. Performs monthly reconciliation of Special Events deferred-income account in PeopleSoft. Reconciles ticket sales for Museum benefits between Excel master tracker to Salesforce to PeopleSoft and ensures any variances are de minimis. Reconciles the corporate credit card of the director of Special Programming and Events/Affiliate Programs and the associate director of Special Programming and Events. Completes income and expense accruals at year-end and pledges for owed benefit commitments. Creates receipts for charitable contributions to Special Events, listing accurate goods and services received (approximately 350 per fiscal year). Manages annual budget process for Special Events department, Summer Thursdays, and Summergarden. Manages annual budget process for exhibition celebrations. Develops budget before fiscal year begins, monitors throughout the year, and closes out at year-end. Prepares schedules for Accounting and year-end reports in preparation for audit and tax forms (particularly 990 preparation). Provides ad hoc analysis for the director of Special Programming and Events/Affiliate Programs (e.g., past giving from a particular donor group). Reports to Director, Special Programming and Events/Affiliate Programs, and Director, Membership.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in accounting and one or more years experience in financial and/or accounting management, preferably with fundraising programs, including special events, or equivalent. Experience in cloud computing and/or Salesforce experience a plus. Excellent quantitative and communication skills. Information-technology proficient. Ability to meet deadlines. Ability to work independently and with a wide variety of individuals in technical as well as functional roles.
Guest Assistant | Membership
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 e-mail from members and visitors. Updates membership database and assists with member events and RSVPs as needed. Reports to the Membership Department’s Member Services Manager or the Visitor Services Lobby Managers as applicable.
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.
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.
Lead Preparator | Collection Management and Exhibition Registration
Directs a work crew at specific job sites based on predetermined plans and schedules and at daily briefings in conjunction with the managers of Art Handling and Preparation. With managers of Art Handling and Preparation, continually assesses the progress of assigned exhibitions/projects against established schedules/deadlines. Attends all planning meetings for assigned exhibitions/projects and works closely with colleagues in ED&P, curatorial, Conservation, and Registrar to anticipate installation/storage needs. With managers of Art Handling and Preparation, develops detailed plans for installation/storage and advises Registrar and EP&A staff on necessary rigging/outside vendor needs for the purposes of budget development. With managers of Art Handling and Preparation, determines what materials need to be purchased for specific projects. Provides continual updates and coordination between managers of Art Handling and Preparation, ED&P, Registrar, and other related departments as needed to increase efficiency. Under supervision of management, directs preparator team on assigned tasks and communicates need for overtime/availability of assigned staff. Assists registrars and managers of Art Handling and Preparation with the creation of installation instructions, packing instructions, and labeling of components. Operates, after proper training, any and all mechanical devices used to install, lift, or move any work of art or material/furnishing necessary for collection storage or exhibition use. Instructs and oversees new/temporary preparators on safe and proper art handling techniques/MoMA standards, and TSA handling methods. Maintains proper and uniform records on the movement and storage of work and inventory control. Maintains records of shipments in accordance with TSA requirements, in collaboration with manager of Art Handling and Preparation. Installs hardware and other necessary attachments to benefit the installation, storage, or shipping of works of art (to include the backing of paintings), assembly and disassembly of sculptural objects, properly mounting works of art into crates and travel frames, and fabricating custom hanging devices as needed. Wraps, packs, assembles, and dismantles works of art and those materials necessary to the above process. Installs, maintains, and properly cares for exhibition and collection works and those furnishings used in their display or storage. Transports works of art and related materials to galleries, other departments, or any other site. Loads and off-loads deliveries of works of art and related exhibition of collection materials. Unframes specified works of art. Cleans and maintains preparatory work and storage areas. Reports to Manager(s), Art Handling and Preparation.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum 10 years in museum or major gallery installation and art handling, or equivalent. Demonstrated ability to determine sequence of activities required to bring projects to timely completion. Advanced technical knowledge and practical experience with a variety of installation/packing/storage methods, hardware, and basic rigging. Ability to work independently on individual and unsupervised projects and as a member of a crew in which teamwork and flexibility are essential. Ability to demonstrate an understanding of departmental priorities, and adherence to a high standard in completing specific requirements. Strong problem-solving abilities. Experience conceiving and implementing solutions. Good time-management skills. Strong attention to detail. Ability to take ownership of the job. Demonstrated experience exercising sound judgment in the resolution of installation, packing, storage, and art-handling problems that may exceed standard procedure. Knowledge of the maintenance of monitoring equipment in storage and in the galleries, to include hygrothermographs and similar devices. If hired, individual must successfully complete a security threat assessment through the Department of Homeland Security.
Preparator II | Collection Management and Exhibition Registration
Installs works of art, including loan and collection works. Installs labels, signage, photo-panels, pedestals, vitrines, and related exhibition furnishings involving installations on and off Museum premises. Maintains proper storage of materials and equipment used in connection with preparator tasks. Wraps, packs, assembles, and dismantles works of art and other materials. Installs hardware and other necessary attachments to benefit the installation, storage, or shipping of works of art. Fabricates custom hanging devices as needed. Maintains necessary records on the movement of works of art. Installs, maintains, and properly cares for exhibition and collection works and furnishings used in their display or storage. Operates mechanical devices used to install, lift, or move works of art or material or furnishing necessary for collection storage or exhibition use. Loads and off-loads deliveries of works of art and related exhibition or collection materials. Transports works of art and related materials to galleries, other departments, or any other site. Reports to Manager and Assistant Manager, Art Handling and Preparation.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and three or more years experience in museum or gallery installation and art handling. Capacity to work on both individual, unsupervised projects and as a member of a crew in which teamwork is essential. Ability to exercise conscientious use of time and timely completion of assignments and attention to detail. High regard for the level of quality in completing specific requirements. If hired, individual must successfully complete a security threat assessment through the Department of Homeland Security.
Security Officer | Security (multiple openings)
Interacts with visitors in a positive and welcoming manner, including providing directions and information related to the Museum collection, public programs, and events. Communicates Museum policies regarding the safety of the collection and ensures staff and visitors adhere to established protocols to safeguard the collection from damage. Conducts opening and closing procedures, including inspection of assigned galleries and surrounding areas to guarantee there are no safety issues or concerns prior to opening the Museum to the public. Performs patrols of assigned area of responsibility and reports issues and/or safety concerns to the supervisor. Completes daily log and other security reports as required. Reports and responds to emergency incidents (e.g. medical emergencies, natural disasters, etc.). Performs any other duties reasonably related to the functions described above, including exterior facility patrols, escorting contractors/vendors, etc. Reports to Security Managers and Security Supervisors.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent (some college coursework preferred). New York State Guard certificate. CPR/AED/FSD and/or Fire Guard certification preferred, but training will be provided. A minimum of one year security or customer service-related experience. Prior museum/art-related experience a plus, but not required. Fluency in foreign languages preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, along with strong organizational and planning skills. Ability to provide excellent customer service and maintain professional demeanor in a challenging and dynamic environment. Detail-oriented, with the capability to work under minimal supervision. Ability to walk/stand for extended periods of time. Ability to climb stairs and stoop/kneel in order to perform security duties. Ability to work weekends (five day workweek includes weekend days). If hired, individual must successfully complete a security threat assessment through the Department of Homeland Security.
Senior Major Gifts Officer | Development
Cultivates, solicits, and stewards a portfolio of at least 100 donors and prospects capable of giving $10,000 or more. Works collaboratively with and in support of other development and curatorial staff, volunteers, and other Museum representatives to cultivate, steward, and solicit donors in alignment with MoMA priorities. Works closely with research and major gifts teams to create appropriate solicitation and stewardship strategies for donor portfolio. Writes and prepares correspondence, including solicitation letters, gift proposals, and acknowledgements. Leads Museum tours for donors and other VIPs. Reports to Assistant Director, Major Gifts.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and at least five years progressive fundraising experience with a proven track record in major gifts and frontline fundraising. Prior museum fundraising experience a plus. Comfort and experience soliciting major gifts at the five-figure+ range. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, professional polish, and attention to detail. Ability to work in a collaborative setting that involves shared decision-making and program responsibility. Ability to work independently, manage multiple tasks, and balance priorities. Self-starter with a positive attitude and sense of humor. Must adhere to the highest ethical standards. Demonstrated enthusiastic and empathetic disposition. Ability to convey sensitivity to the needs of donors. Knowledge of modern and contemporary art desirable. Ability/willingness to work some evenings and weekends.
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.
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.
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