[Michlib-l] Museum Curator Part-time City of St. Clair Shores--Please post
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Tue Sep 3 11:47:22 EDT 2019
*_JOB OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT_*
CITY OF ST. CLAIR SHORES
***Job Classification:Part-time Museum Curator*
*Wage Rate:*$20.00/hr.10-15 hours per week
This part-time non-benefited position works under the direct supervision
of the Library Director, and will be responsible for the day-to-day
operation of the City Museum known as the Selinsky-Green Farmhouse
Museum.A copy of the complete job description is available at the City
Applicants must possess knowledge of the principles, methods and
practices of museum management obtained through the following:
A Bachelor’s Degree in History, Museum Studies or a related field.
Equivalent experience, as determined by the Library Director, working in
an educational or public service environment related to the operation of
an historical museum.
*Interested parties should obtain and complete a City of St. Clair
Shores Application form from www.scsmi.net <http://www.scsmi.net>.*
*The completed form along with a resume and copies of all applicable
education and training must be submitted to Rosemary Orlando, Library
Director, 22500 11 Mile Road, St. Clair Shores, MI 48081, no
later than 4:00 P.M. on Monday, September 16, 2019. *
**The City of St. Clair Shores is an EOE.
*City of St. Clair Shores*
*REPORTS TO:*Library Director
**Under the general direction of the Library Director is responsible for
the day-to-day operation of the City Museum known as the Selinsky-Green
*PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:*
1.In accordance with established policies, procedures and professional
standards, plans and installs displays, exhibits and other interpretive
programs within and on the grounds of the museum.
2.Acts as curator and registrar for objects within the museum’s collection.
3.Responsible for the preparation of press releases, flyers, notices and
other public relations related materials.
4.Plans, organizes, conducts, and supervises general and special tours,
and a training program for and the scheduling of volunteer guides.
5.Develops and coordinates educational programs in conjunction with
local school curriculum.
6.Assist with the researching, writing and implementation federal, state
and local grants.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and
level of work performed by people assigned this classification.They are
not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by
personnel so classified.
*Essential Qualifications, and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities for
**All of the following qualifications, and knowledge, skills and
abilities are essential.An employee in this class, upon date of
application must possess the following:
*Knowledge* of the principles, methods and practices of museum management.
*Knowledge *of Past Perfect and Autographics Montage software preferred*.*
*Ability* to plan and prepare exhibits, displays and other
*Ability* to speak and write effectively in the English language.
*Ability* to establish and maintain effective working relationships with
general public, volunteers and co-workers.
*Required education and training*
*Possess *a Bachelor’s degree in History, Museum Studies or a related
field from an accredited college or university, or, equivalent
experience, as determined by the Library Director, working in an
educational or public service environment related to the operation of an
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