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Multiple Positions

ALUTIIQ MUSEUM AND ARCHEOLOGICAL REPOSITORY

Museum AssistantThe museum is hiring a Museum Assistant, starting in January 2021. This position assists staff throughout the museum, from our gallery to our laboratory. 

Gallery ManagerThe museum is hiring a Gallery Manager, starting in January 2021. This position manages the museum store and gallery, works with community artists, acts as a liaison with the tourism industry, and manages museum events. 

Education ManagerThe museum is hiring an Education Manager, starting in January 2021. This position leads educational activities and events, produces educational resources, and participates in developing educational initiatives.  

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Multiple Positions

ANCHORAGE MUSEUM

Metadata Specialistthis position is responsible for creating file metadata in accordance with museum procedures for digital surrogates of photographs in the Anchorage Museum collection.  

Digitization Techniciandigitize Museum archival collection materials and create metadata in support of the Museum’s Decolonizing Through Virtual Repatriation project, a partnership with Chickaloon Village Tribal Council. 

ConservatorThe successful candidate will be responsible for the care and preservation of the Museum’s diverse collection, which includes contemporary works and cultural heritage objects, including paintings, sculpture, time-based media, prints, and drawings.  

Maintenance TechnicianThe successful candidate will assist with the general day-to-day daily maintenance and repair of the Museum’s electrical, plumbing, and carpentry systems. 

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Multiple Positions

SEALASKA HERITAGE INSTITUTE

Sealaska Heritage Institute is a tribal nonprofit founded in 1980 to perpetuate and enhance Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures of Southeast Alaska. Its goal is to promote cultural diversity and cross-cultural understanding through public services and events. Sealaska Heritage also conducts scientific, and public policy research that promotes Alaska Native arts, cultures, history and education statewide.

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Inuit Co-Curator

THE PEARY-MACMILLAN ARCTIC MUSEUM, BOWDOIN COLLEGE

In the spring of 2023, the Arctic Museum will open inaugural exhibitions in our new home, the John and Lile Gibbons Center for Arctic Studies on the Bowdoin College campus in Brunswick, Maine. One of the new temporary exhibits planned for this new facility will feature contemporary Inuit photography. The exhibit will be installed in approximately 100 running feet of gallery space. 

The museum seeks a co-curator who will work with museum staff to identify the images to be featured in the contemporary Inuit photography exhibit, work with designers, write exhibit text, and create outreach materials. 

In consultation with museum staff, the co-curator will have a budget of $10,000 to purchase contemporary photographs by Inuit photographers for use in the exhibit and inclusion in the museum’s permanent collection. The co-curator and museum staff will initiate loan requests for any additional photographs featured in the exhibit, with those costs covered by the museum. 

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WRST/GBI Archive Specialist Position

WRANGELL-ST. ELIAS NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE (WRST)

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve (WRST), in partnership with Great Basin Institute (GBI), is hiring an Archive Specialist. The Specialist will work with the park record collection housed at our headquarters, in Copper Center, Alaska. Tasks will include arranging, processing, and cataloging approximately 30 linear feet of archival records, including but not limited to the aerial photograph collection. The project will be conducted in our processing room, a laptop will be provided for the work. Data will be entered into an excel spreadsheet. 

This position is twelve weeks (January-April 2022) and shared government housing is available. The wage is $22.75/hour; benefits include paid personal leave/federal holidays and fully paid medical insurance premiums (health, dental, vision).

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