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PALMER MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART

Executive Director

You’re an organized and community-driven individual who wants to dust off that history degree. As a self-starter, you are ready for a leadership role with a local non-profit museum and visitor center. You love talking to people far and near to uncover our local history and connections to the world. You embrace working with others in diverse day-to-day program activities, including developing staff expertise and encouraging local artists. You are a level headed fiscal manager who carefully navigates budgets and oversees fundraising. You know that leading a museum and visitor center means that people will look for you to enhance community storytelling. You work with and cultivate excellent Board of Director relationships to move the organization forward in a bold yet cautious path. As the representative of the organization, you will work with state and local governments building connections with businesses, grant makers and community leaders. You will work with the Board of Directors and the local volunteers to inspire, enrich, and cultivate our community’s connection to the unique history, culture, and art of the Greater Palmer Area.

Compensation starts at $42,500 per year, and includes three weeks of PTO, and five paid holidays. Funds for professional development and travel available on a year to year basis.

A full description and instructions to apply are available on our website.

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ANCHORAGE MUSEUM

2023 Cook Inlet Historical Society Internship

The Museum is seeking enthusiastic applicants for this year's Cook Inlet Historical Society Internship. This position is funded by the Cook Inlet Historical Society and the Anchorage Museum. Opportunities and training may include assisting with library and archival processing, researching and reference, developing a resource guide, and processing and describing photograph and archive collections

The incumbent will receive a stipend of $3,000 for the term of the internship. Housing, benefits, and transportation are not provided.

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HAINES SHELDON MUSEUM

Business and Grants Manager

The HSM Business and Grants Manager is a 1⁄2-time, key employee with responsibility for all areas relating to accounting and financial management, core business and facility functions, and the

This position plays a central role in providing seamless administrative support for museum operations and marketing coordination. We seek an enthusiastic self-starter who enjoys working both collaboratively and independently, can juggle multiple projects and priorities, is detail-minded, and is committed to excellent internal and external customer service.

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