Current Available Positions
- Architecture Curatorial Assistant | Architecture and Design
- Assistant Supervisor, Control Room | Security
- Associate Educator, Public Programs and Gallery Initiatives | Education
- Benefits Coordinator | Human Resources
- Department Assistant | Exhibition Planning and Administration
- Department Manager | Media and Performance Art
- Design Curatorial Assistant | Architecture and Design
- Development Assistant, Corporate Membership | Exhibition and Program Funding
- Fluxus Project Research Assistant | Drawings and Prints
- Guest Assistant | Visitor Services
- Network Engineer | Information Technology
- Project Film Inspector | Film Preservation Center
- Project Research Assistant | Drawings and Prints
- Sales Associate | Design Store
- Selling Specialist, Books | Design Store, Soho
- Senior Graphic Designer | Graphic Design and Advertising
- Senior Web Developer | Information Technology
Architecture Curatorial Assistant | Architecture and Design
Assists department’s senior architecture curatorial staff in all areas of their responsibilities, including acquisitions, collections records, bibliographic and biographical records and files, research for architecture exhibitions and publications, loans, and general curatorial inquiries. Performs work in relation to the care of the collection and arranges for custodial, registration, and preparation work as required in the maintenance of the collection in gallery, study, and storage areas. Performs research for exhibitions, including research on artists, periods, styles, etc.; on specific works; on locations of works; on photograph sources; etc. Assists in preparing catalogues and checklists. Coordinates and schedules work to be done, within the Museum and without, in such areas as conversation, 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 galleries and assists with necessary follow-up arrangements. Answers general inquiries and conducts some gallery tours as necessary for visitors and department-related groups. In addition to working on large-scale loan exhibitions, works closely with senior staff on collection-based exhibits from MoMA’s architecture collection, both for the 2019 reopening of the Museum and beyond. Reports to The Phillip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design and the department manager, and will work closely with assigned curators.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred, ideally in architecture or art history. Some relevant work experience is also required, as is competence within area of departmental interest. Expertise in the history of modern architecture in a global perspective is preferred, but not required. A keen interest in the history of the display of architecture at MoMA and a curiosity to develop new models for their display strongly encouraged. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail are also essential. Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and other standard office procedures and equipment. Reading knowledge of one or more foreign languages.
Review of candidate applications will begin on March 17, 2017, and will continue until the position has been filled.
Assistant Supervisor, Control Room | Security
Manages access, via Security Access System, to all areas in multiple buildings. Communicates response to emergency situations with internal and external responders. Supervises, deploys, dispatches, and trains security officers. Monitors security and fire system devices and equipment via fire command center. Reports malfunctioning devices to control room supervisor or manager of Technical Systems and Operations. Tracks and distributes equipment to security personnel. Notes all daily activity and equipment distribution in the daily control room log. Tracks and communicates personnel call-offs to gallery supervisors. Frequently interacts with security supervisors and managers, plus internal/external contacts (e.g. Special Events department). Communicates closely with on-duty security supervisors and managers regarding situational awareness of building operations and issues. Communicates clear and concise information via radio, telephone, and email. Collaborates with on-site fire safety director and the fire command center regarding fire system status and pending issues. Ensures required communication and documentation are complete as it relates to daily operations/audits. Maintains the safety and security of confidential information and data. Participates in writing incident reports and documents control room and fire command center procedures. Provides first-level troubleshooting of security system and hardware issues. Reports security system and technical issues to manager of Technical Systems and Operations, or control room supervisor on duty. Resolves minor problems or issues and provides suggestions for improvement. Reports to Manager, Technical Systems and Operations.
Requirements: At least two years experience of control/command room and technical/security system support. At least three to five years experience in the security or law enforcement field. At least one year of report-writing experience. Experience in cultural, educational, or large public-access locations preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of security practices, including emergency response. Experience in utilizing various software applications, including MS Word and Excel and Google search engine. Basic first aid/CPR knowledge and AED certification. Fire Safety Director certification or ability to complete certification. Applied knowledge of fire-life-safety systems, security access and intrusion systems, CCTV, and other related security device. Ability to work a flexible schedule at both Manhattan and Queens locations.
If hired, individual must successfully complete a security threat assessment through the Department of Homeland Security.
Associate Educator, Public Programs and Gallery Initiatives | Education
Serves as point of contact and support for all freelance educators for Gallery Sessions, organizing training, maintaining and coordinating volunteer relations, and organizing scheduling. Coordinates all details pertaining to contracts, payments, and expenses for freelance educators. Manages production for evening, theater-based public programs. Coordinates advanced event planning and logistics, including travel arrangements, marketing materials, theater setup, and coordination with audio visual. Works closely with assistant director to implement regular evaluation of public programs to ensure high level of quality, innovation, and participant engagement, and to use findings to enhance future programs. Coordinates and supports in-gallery initiatives and temporary programs such as workshops, artist conversations, and other one-time events or series. Provides support for other public programs as needed.
Requirements: Master’s degree in art education, studio art, or art history preferred. Minimum three to five years of relevant experience in adult museum education. Demonstrated knowledge of modern and contemporary art, and theory and practice of gallery education. Ability to communicate with public professionally and in an engaging manner. Experience in training and evaluation of front-line educators for adult and intergenerational audiences. Experience developing and executing public programs and events. Strong project management skills. Fluency in foreign language a plus.
Benefits Coordinator | Human Resources
Serves as employees’ first contact to answer/resolve a variety of benefits-related questions and issues, escalating more complex issues to benefits manager as needed. Processes and enters benefit enrollments into HRIS and multiple vendor systems. Reports new benefit deductions to Payroll Department and ensures that correct deductions are taken from paychecks. Administers leave of absence (including disability, FMLA, personal) and workers’ compensation programs, including communicating with employees and their managers, tracking claims, notifying unions, and completing necessary paperwork and reports. Acts as liaison between employee, Payroll, and insurance carriers. Creates and runs reports to self-audit data entry. Ensures accurate billing and reconciliation of all benefits-related invoices, serving as primary contact for plan vendors and third-party administrators. Reviews and processes various employee reimbursements in compliance with Museum policy or union contracts, ensuring that employees are reimbursed in a timely manner. Coordinates all logistics for various employee “perks,” such as annual flu shots, staff discounts, benefits fair, wellness fair, etc. Ensures compliance posters are up to date at all locations. Presents group benefit orientations on a monthly basis to all eligible union and non-union employees, ensuring employees understand all plan provisions and that paperwork is completed and processed in a timely manner. Assists benefits manager with various projects, including implementation of a new HRIS. Reports to Benefits Manager.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in human resources, and two or more years of relevant experience, or equivalent. Proficiency in MS Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Strong Excel and analytical skills are critical. Experience working with HRIS databases. Great written and verbal communication skills and strong attention to detail required. Strong customer service orientation. Flexibility to deal with unexpected employee situations. Strong sense of initiative.
Department Assistant (part-time, fixed-term) | Exhibition Planning and Administration
Provides administrative and planning support to Exhibition Planning and Administration, the department responsible for planning, coordinating, and budgeting MoMA exhibitions. Maintains office records, coordinates ongoing archive of exhibition materials, and performs other administrative tasks as needed. Assists with the exhibition and tour planning process, including preparing offering letters, lender correspondence, loan agreements, conservation waivers, contract agreements, and various government applications. Maintains the overall departmental budget. Reports to Director, Exhibition Planning and Administration.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and two to five years of progressively responsible experience related to office or project management, preferably in an arts, culture, and/or nonprofit environment. Knowledge of 20th- and 21st-century art a plus. Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. Facility and comfort with numbers and complex financial/budgetary spreadsheets essential. Ability to efficiently manage several exhibitions and projects simultaneously. Outstanding interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Proven diplomatic, problem-solving capabilities. Ability to form and maintain successful working relationships with museum staff, artists, lenders, tour venues, and other external contacts. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), including understanding of advanced Excel functionality, and experience with PeopleSoft.
This is an 18-month grant-funded, fixed-term position, scheduled for three days per week.
Department Manager | Media and Performance Art
Oversees all administrative functions of the department, including policies, procedures, attendance, workstations, equipment, personnel needs, interns, storage issues, etc. Advises chief curator on personnel issues. Keeps department office supplies stocked. Prepares and monitors department’s operating budget and special projects budgets, and prepares annual budget proposal. Oversees and authorizes expenditures. Responsible to Finance department for bottom line of yearly budget. Prepares yearly equipment, computer, furniture, and capital budget requests. Monitors departmental acquisition fund and prepares report of fund balances for acquisition committee meetings. Maintains associated financial records. Updates credit lines in CMS on works of art acquired by the committee. Prepares list of financial donors to department for annual report. Coordinates acquisition meetings from planning through execution, including creating and distributing all documents, cataloging (in concert with collection specialist), making shipping arrangements, etc. Acts as committee members’ first point of contact and liaison. Coordinates with galleries, donors, and artists, in tandem with registrar, on bringing in acquisitions in a timely manner. Maintains departmental personnel records. Works with chief curator to determine staffing needs. Writes justifications for temporary research assistants and intern descriptions. Assists with hiring support staff. Advises chief curator of staff performance either from direct observance or reports from curators. Assists in training new staff, including curatorial assistants, in regard to Museum and departmental policy and procedures. Disseminates information regarding new policies and procedures to departmental staff. With chief curator, sets department policies. Fields general inquiries and correspondence pertaining to the department and the above described functions. Monitors departmental email address. Works with registrar and Collection and Exhibition Technologies on acquisitions. Maintains artist files, exhibition files, and office files. Keeps up-to-date records and contact information for all collection artists. Runs biweekly department meetings, in conjunction with chief curator, setting agendas and taking minutes, and following up on tasks and action items for staff. Manages and schedules Media Study Center. Maintains departmental calendars and scheduling. Attends to special requests from Committee members, artists, and trustees. Supervises administrative support and curatorial staff insofar as their duties relate to the general operation of the department. Reports to Chief Curator.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in arts administration or related field and five or more years related experience in progressively responsible positions or equivalent. Art or museum-related experience preferred. Superior judgment, professional initiative, and comportment. Good writing and accounting skills. Excellent communication skills. Knowledge of office procedures and equipment. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite. Background in contemporary art desirable.
Design Curatorial Assistant | Architecture and Design
Assists department’s senior design curatorial staff in all areas of their responsibilities, including acquisitions, collections records, bibliographic and biographical records and files, research for design exhibitions and publications, loans, and general curatorial inquiries. Performs work in relation to the care of the collection and arranges for custodial, registration, and preparation work as required in the maintenance of the collection in gallery, study, and storage areas. Performs research for exhibitions, including research on artists, periods, styles, etc.; on specific works; on locations of works; on photograph sources; etc. Assists in preparing catalogues and checklists. Coordinates and schedules work to be done, within the Museum and without, in such areas as conversation, 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 the galleries and assists with necessary follow-up arrangements. Answers general inquiries and conducts some gallery tours as necessary for visitors and department-related committees. In addition to working on large-scale loan exhibitions, works closely with senior staff on collection-based exhibits from MoMA’s design collection, both for the 2019 reopening of the Museum and beyond. Reports to The Phillip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design and the department manager, and will work closely with assigned curators.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred, ideally in design, art history, or a related field. Some relevant work experience is also required as is competence within area of departmental interest. A keen interest in the history of the display of design objects at MoMA as well as a curiosity to develop new models of display are strongly encouraged. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail are also essential. Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and other standard office procedures and equipment. Reading knowledge of one or more foreign languages.
Review of candidate applications will begin on March 17, 2017, and will continue until the position has been filled.
Development Assistant, Corporate Membership | Exhibition and Program Funding
Assists with general stewardship and fulfillment of corporate membership program benefits. Coordinates regular mailings, including acquisitions, renewals, and invitations. Researches and identifies prospective members. Updates the donor database and the corporate membership ledger on a regular basis. Tracks and reports corporate membership attendance. Processes gifts, prepares receipts, and letters of acknowledgment for related contributions. Circulates corporate member information internally and makes updates on the Museum web site. Assists with completion of grant proposals to corporate donors and prospects. Assists with organization of special events associated with the corporate program. Works with member representatives to promote employee participation and corporate involvement in the Museum. Assists with day-to-day administrative duties for the department, including maintaining files and responding to phone and email inquiries, and processing invoices. Reports to Associate Director, Corporate and Program Funding.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and one or more years of related experience or equivalent. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Superior organizational skills and attention to detail. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), Internet research, and office procedures. Ability to work independently and handle many projects simultaneously. Interest in and knowledge of modern and contemporary art preferred.
Fluxus Project Research Assistant | Drawings and Prints
Assists project curator, collection specialist, and senior cataloger with research and cataloging tasks related to works held in the Department of Drawing and Prints’ Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection. Performs research on specific works held in the Silverman Fluxus Collection and on related artists, performances, happenings, networks, and the promotion of Fluxus through printed materials. Works with cataloging staff to formulate CEMS records for currently un-cataloged objects, updates incomplete records, and facilitates the transfer of works with FC numbers to 2008 numbers. Compiles, organizes, formats, and edits existing CEMS data for completeness and accuracy toward propagation of works to moma.org. Assists in compiling research dossiers for works for potential inclusion in forthcoming exhibitions. Assists with a variety of other editorial, administrative, and organizational tasks related to the Silverman Fluxus Collection. Ensures that schedules are maintained and deadlines are met. Reports to Project Curator and Collection Specialist.
Requirements: Master’s degree in art history required, with specialization in modern and contemporary art and specific knowledge of Fluxus and experience as an institutional research assistant or equivalent. Proven history of prior work demonstrating high motivation, strict attention to detail, and rigorous approach to tasks. Excellent writing, research, and organizational skills. Strong initiative and ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously and to meet tight deadlines. Experience working with works of art, collections, and familiarity with catalog entry using The Museum System (TMS) required.
This is a two-year grant-funded, fixed-term project assignment with an option for a third year. This position will predominately work out of the Museum’s Queens location.
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. 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.
Network Engineer | Information Technology
Ensures smooth operation of the Museum’s local and wide-area data network in order to provide maximum performance and availability. Designs, installs, maintains, and supports LAN and WAN infrastructures at all locations, including data centers and offices. Designs, implements, maintains, and supports MoMA’s LAN/WAN. Leads network-related projects. Manages performance and maintains security of networks at an advanced level. Assists in implementing policies and procedures for LAN/WAN usage throughout the organization. Acts as primary organizational interface with vendor and provides internal analysis and support. Upgrades and maintains Cisco equipment across LAN/WAN environment. Monitors all communication equipment in support of new product/process implementations. Creates and maintains comprehensive documentation and schematics for all network topology, equipment, and configurations. Maintains accurate and up-to-date inventory of all network hardware and system software. Reports to Senior Manager of Infrastructure.
Requirements: Eight-plus years experience with Cisco routers and switches, CCNA and CCNP preferred. Eight-plus years experience in the design, implementation, support, and management of complex LAN/WAN environments. Well versed in advanced engineering and administration of multi-protocol routers, multilayer switches, network security devices, and network management systems. Excellent problem management, troubleshooting, and customer service skills. Advanced working knowledge of Cisco Nexus and Catalyst platforms. Advanced working knowledge of Cisco switching and routing platforms. Ability to perform LAN/WAN debugging at the most complex level. Advanced understanding of routing and TCP/IP, BGP, Multi-VRP, and EIGRP. Advanced understanding of switching protocols, VSS, RTSP+, Spanning Tree, Port Security, and QoS. Experience with network traffic analysis and protocol analyzers (WireShark, tcpdump). Expert-level troubleshooting and problem-resolution skills. Knowledge of network maintenance processes and formal change management procedures. Able to effectively lead and manage high-profile projects as necessary. Able to function independently and in a team environment with minimal supervision. Knowledge of structured cabling principles and general data center operations. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to explain highly technical concepts to a non-technical audience. Familiarity with network security principles, tools, and best practices. Experience with data security audits and processes a definite plus. Experience in high-volume, 24/7 production environments is a definite plus. This position requires being on call 24/7 for production issues. Must have demonstrated ability to lift heavy (up to 50 lbs.) equipment; crawl under or around furniture to install equipment; and climb ladders and reach to install computer wiring and perform other tasks.
Position is within the scope of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Therefore, any offer of employment for this position is contingent on candidate passing a criminal background check.
Project Film Inspector | Film Preservation Center
Under the supervision of the Department of Film’s collections manager and preservation center manager, responsible for inspection and inventory of archival materials from the MoMA collections and outside sources. Handles and ships nitrocellulose film stock. Inspects and repairs film prints. Inspects, identifies, and tracks incoming and outgoing film. Rehouses and re-labels film material into new film cans. Reports to Film Collections Manager and Preservation Center Manager.
Requirements: Degree in film preservation and archival practice or equivalent preferred. Basic knowledge of film history and technology. Experience in the operation of film handling. Experience using standard computer word-processing and database software. Ability to prioritize and manage a complex, deadline-driven work schedule. Capability to lift at least 45 pounds and to retrieve items from shelves using ladders.
This is a fixed-project position expected to commence April 2017 and conclude December 2018. This position is based at the Celeste Bartos Preservation Center in Hamlin, Pennsylvania.
Project Research Assistant (part-time, fixed-term) | Drawings and Prints
Assists a departmental curator with all tasks relating to a forthcoming major traveling collection exhibition. Performs research and creates research files on artists and specific works to be included in the exhibition, as well as thematic research for publication essays and interpretive texts. Researches image-rights holders and clears image rights for publication, press, marketing, and Web use. Organizes and logs relevant image assets. Assists in catalogue preparation; in the preparation of checklists, captions, and wall labels; and in coordinating and scheduling work to be done within the Museum and without in such areas as conservation, photography, public information, matting and framing, installation requirements, etc. Performs provenance research for collection works included in the exhibition. Liaises with other curatorial departments, Registrar, Conservation, framing, and studios of artists included in the exhibition on various matters pertaining to the exhibition. Reports to Assistant Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in art history and prior relevant experience, master’s degree preferred. General familiarity with area of departmental interests and with 20th-century art. Knowledge of basic office procedures and strong research skills. Reading knowledge of one European language. Experience with TMS and image rights preferred. Organized, detail-oriented, and able to work both independently and collaboratively.
This is a fixed-term position expected to commence March 2017 and conclude May 2018. Schedule will be three days per week.
Sales Associate | Design Store
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, Books | Design Store, Soho
Delivers knowledgeable, thoughtful, and inspiring customer service, which plays an integral role in achieving the store’s sales and metric goals. Partners with management to formulate strategies to ensure optimal product performance to increase sales in 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, 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 organizational and verbal and written communication skills. Ability and desire to deliver a high level of customer service. Knowledge of art, design, and books a plus. Merchandising experience a plus. POS, email, MS Word, and Excel.
Senior Graphic Designer (three-plus-year assignment) | Graphic Design and Advertising
Creates a wide range of creative proposals, presentations, and pitches for the Development department and capital campaign team to help attract sponsorships for campaign. Designs and produces all marketing and collateral materials for print, out-of-home advertising, and digital to support the capital campaign for MoMA. Manages and runs quality control on all capital campaign–related projects. Designs and produces exhibition graphic design and print collateral materials. Works with internal and external members of exhibition design team (curators, curatorial assistants, Exhibition Design and Production managers, AV technicians, video producer, exhibition budget administrators, frame shop foreperson, art handlers, Output Service Bureaus, silkscreen installers, wall graphics installers) to design, prepare, and install exhibition graphics, such as exhibition identity, title walls, wall texts, graphics murals, photo blow-up reproduction, object labels, and print collateral materials such as invitations. Meets with various departmental clients to discuss scope, design, budget, and schedule of projects. Presents preliminary designs, comprehensives, and complete layouts for review and approval for jobs such as exhibitions, invitations, brochures, newsletters, advertisements, signage, posters, magazines, evites, email newsletters, and online marketing campaigns. Reports to Senior Art Director.
Requirements: Bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design and four to six years print and digital design and production experience or equivalent. Excellent design ability with thorough knowledge of advertising, exhibition design, print production, and video production, with additional experience in storyboarding and concept development for video and animation. Excellent organizational skills. Strong managerial expertise. Outstanding ability to manage multiple tasks. Excellent job management, strategic planning, and interpersonal leadership skills. Proactive problem-solving proficiency. Ability to work well under pressure. Adept at finessing outstanding working relationships with a wide variety of personality types. Thorough knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (CS5.5 and CC) and InCopy. Knowledge of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, After Effects, Apple Final Cut Pro, Cinema 4D, HTML, and CSS preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office. Great organizational skills. Excellent project management skills. Able to manage and art direct junior and freelance designers. Articulate, with excellent presentation skills. Experience with putting together presentations and pitches. Ability to respond to quick turnaround deadlines and re-prioritize all other projects to ensure that all deadlines are met.
Senior Web Developer | Information Technology
Develops and supports applications for the Museum’s online store. Provides support for the Retail and Membership teams’ strategic online initiatives. Performs application build and deployment activities. Tunes and optimizes website to improve performance and stability. Provides relevant documentation of deployed updates and projects. Effectively advocates for piloting latest technology for projects. Troubleshoots any technical issues that may arise. Reports to Associate Director, Applications.
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: firstname.lastname@example.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 PDF format.
Please be advised that due to the high volume of applicants, we are able to contact only 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.