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  • 14 Oct 2019 11:18 AM | Anonymous member

    Job Summary 

    Under the direction of the Curator/Registrar and Assistant Curator, the Collections Management Assistant is responsible for helping the staff of the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum move, rehouse, and document a large portion of the Arctic Museum’s permanent collection into a new climate controlled storage facility. This individual will be involved in packing and unpacking artifacts and objects, writing condition reports, cataloguing, photographing, and rehousing objects, and entering pertinent collection information into the Museum’s collections management database.

    This is a grant-funded position; funding available for up to 2 years. The position will exist only so long as grant funds are able to support it fully.

    Education/Skills Requirements         

    The successful candidate will have at least a BA in anthropology, archaeology, history, art history, museum studies, or related disciplines and object handling experience in a museum or gallery setting.

    Occasionally must be able to lift 50 lbs., frequent bending, reaching, and lifting.

    Experience Requirements and/or Equivalents

    Cataloguing, object photography, and experience working with collections management systems preferred. Attention to detail, ability to meet deadlines, and capacity to work as a member of a team are desirable.

    Standard Work Days and Hours        

    Standard working hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.

    Occasional evening and weekend work required.

    To Apply

  • 01 Oct 2019 5:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Colby College Museum of Art

    Full-Time, Exempt, Salaried, Administrative Staff Appointment

    The senior preparator is a multifaceted, multi-skilled position, entrusted with the physical care and handling and installation of the museum’s art collection and exhibition loans. The senior preparator is responsible for the handling, movement, preparation, matting, framing, installing, and packing of artwork in the collection of the Museum and on loan to the Museum. The position requires a high level of responsibility and skillful prioritization, and the senior preparator must be able to multi-task effectively and manage several projects at once. Working closely with colleagues on the collections and curatorial and engagement teams, this position will be called upon to help with all matters pertaining to the physical production of an exhibition as well as ongoing stewardship and daily care of the collection. The senior preparator is responsible for identifying, hiring, and training a skilled crew of part-time art handling personnel and effectively coordinating teamwork on installations and collection care.

    Founded in 1959, the Colby College Museum of Art is a teaching museum, destination for American art, and a place for engagement with local and global communities. Located on the Colby College campus in Waterville, Maine, the Museum holds more than 10,000 works of art and offers more than 38,000 square feet of exhibition space. Major works by American artists including Albert Bierstadt, Winslow Homer, James McNeill Whistler, Mary Cassatt, and William Merritt Chase form the core of the historical collection, along with significant holdings of American folk art. The modern movement is represented by artists including John Marin, Marsden Hartley, Georgia O’Keeffe, Jacob Lawrence, Joan Mitchell, Isamu Noguchi, and Alma Thomas. The Museum also maintains a significant collection of contemporary American art including works by Alex Katz, Agnes Martin, Sol LeWitt, Maya Lin, Kara Walker, Elizabeth Murray, Martin Puryear, Terry Winters, and Julie Mehretu. Other principal areas of the collection include Greek and Roman antiquities, European prints and drawings, and early Chinese art. 

    Works in the collection strengthen the Museum’s mission to offer Colby students new perspectives on their classroom studies and expand their understanding of diverse subjects through art. The recent donation of more than 1,500 artworks from Paula and Peter Lunder expands that scope, and the creation of the Lunder Institute for American Art enhances the Museum’s engagement with scholarly and creative production. The Museum welcomes more than 3,500 Maine school children each year and offers a vibrant calendar of family and public programs that are free and open to all. In addition, the Museum serves as a key contributor to the revitalization of downtown Waterville through its membership in Waterville Creates! and its active participation in the programmatic initiatives of Colby College. 

    Established in 2017, the Lunder Institute for American Art supports innovative research and creative production that expands the boundaries of American art. The Lunder Institute invites visiting artists, scholars, and fellows to engage across disciplines with Colby faculty and students, the College’s network of institutional partners, leading experts, and other creative collaborators. Through incubator grants, fellowships, and symposia addressing regional and global concerns, the Lunder Institute amplifies marginalized voices, challenges convention, and provides a platform for generative dialogue through art and scholarship. 

    The Colby Museum is deeply committed to strengthening diversity, inclusion, and equity across all strategic and programmatic areas of the Museum, actively building a multiplicity of perspectives and backgrounds represented on our staff and Board of Governors, outreach to diverse audiences, inclusive exhibitions and programs, and a broad-based, expansive collection. We encourage inquiries from candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our college, including its cultural and ethnic diversity.


    • Preparation, matting and framing, basic collections care, and basic cleaning of objects in the museum collection
    • Design and fabricate archival mounts, boxes, trays, etc. for the long-term storage of artworks in the collection
    • With registrar for collections, manage correct housing of collection objects and packing/crating for shipment
    • Maintain accurate storage location of artwork, reporting daily to the registrar for collections on the movement of each artwork to be entered into the database
    • Perform all duties related to exhibition preparation including, but not limited to, framing, preparing, hanging, moving of heavy sculpture, installation, de-installation, packing, shipping, and receiving artwork
    • Consult as needed on exhibition design elements; work with artists and museum team on site-specific installations
    • Move object cases and other exhibit furniture, install art in all media – mount vinyl text, object labels, photographs and other didactic exhibition material; design and fabricate museum mounts for small objects
    • Coordinate necessary part-time staff and materials for gallery preparation, supervising, training, scheduling, and hiring part-time art handling staff
    • Order supplies and materials for the framing and packing shop and budget costs for exhibitions and permanent collection supplies and operational expenditures
    • Assist with budget preparation and tracking of installation/deinstallation-related expenses
    • Maintain inventory of exhibition furniture, crates, and frames and arrange transportation of frames, furniture, and crates from offsite storage to Museum
    • Occasional travel with objects required for exhibitions and installations
    • Perform additional duties as assigned; duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice


    • Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in education and experience
    • 3-5 years of experience with the care and handling of fine art objects in a museum setting
    • Knowledge of museum standards and best practices for the care and handling of objects and materials used for housing and installation
    • Manual dexterity and care in the handling of art objects and ability to carefully follow established procedures
    • Experience cutting mats, hinging, and framing works on paper; framing canvases; basic carpentry skills and tools
    • Knowledge of standard tools, practices, and methods in painting, rough and finish carpentry, and cabinet work as well as use of materials such as various kinds of lumber, fabrics, plastics, mechanical fasteners, and adhesives
    • Experience in safe operation and maintenance of hand and power tools, hydraulic lifts, and specialized equipment
    • Ability to interpret and produce work from architectural/design plans and fabrication shop drawings
    • Excellent organizational skills; ability to see projects through to completion; ability to apply creative methods to solve installation problems with an attention to detail
    • Valid driver’s license required and must meet the College’s Fleet Safety Policy requirements
    • Proven ability to work independently and as a member of a team, exercise discretion, and work collaboratively as a member of a diverse community

    The senior preparator reports to the manager of registration and collections and works closely with the director of operations. The senior preparator also works directly with museum curators, the manager of exhibitions and publications, registration staff, and other related staff on the installation, deinstallation, and travel of exhibits. The senior preparator works closely with the academic programs staff to provide access to the collection for the faculty and students and assists other museum colleagues on various projects as needed.


    The work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those encountered while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to perform the essential functions.

    General open office and campus environment. Ability to climb ladders and scaffolding, ability to lift up to 75 lbs., and stand for long periods of time. Ability to use eyes and hands to examine and handle delicate objects. Work outside of normal business hours and more than 40 hours during periods of installation/deinstallation. Position involves sitting, although frequent movement is necessary. Computer usage involving repetitive hand/wrist motion is also necessary.

    For more information and to apply visit:

  • 23 Sep 2019 1:19 PM | Anonymous member


    Bar Harbor, Maine

    Type: Full-time position; start date January 2, 2020

    Required Education: Master’s degree or equivalent experience

    Salary: $82K-$87K plus benefits

                   Salary negotiable based on experience and proven record of success

    With the mission to inspire new learning about the Wabanaki Nations with every visit, the Abbe Museum is a decolonizing museum (, offering changing exhibitions and a programming schedule for all ages, welcoming 30,000 visitors each year on Mount Desert Island, Maine, home of Acadia National Park. The museum maintains a collaborative partnership with Wabanaki people that emphasizes Wabanaki self-determination.  The museum also has a long history of partnership with the Park; our Sieur de Monts site is the only remaining trailside museum in the National Park system.

    The Abbe is an active member of the International Coalition for the Sites of Conscience and in 2013, the Abbe became the only Smithsonian Affiliate in Maine. Annually, we hire over 30 Native artists and demonstrators to lead programs for schools and public audiences, serve on advisory committees and as content specialists, and we represent over 80 Native artists in our shops, making us an economic engine for tribal communities.

    The Abbe Museum has the organizational mandate to decolonize its relationships and practices. We are the among the first non-tribal museums to make this commitment. Through collaborative practice that includes foregrounding Native/Indigenous/First Nations voices and perspectives, respecting the collections and telling the multiple stories of more than 10,000 years of history, and maintaining our commitment to social justice and equity, the Abbe Museum is breaking ground in 21st-century museum practice. We seek actively to promote inclusion and power-sharing in service to and in partnership with Wabanaki and other Native/Indigenous/First Nations communities. The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations will coordinate this work on behalf of the Abbe Museum and in collaboration with the Wabanaki peoples.

    Candidates should be able to demonstrate history of success working with non-profit organizations, and have a strong record of success in fundraising and cultivation of programs that aid the ongoing financial health of the organization. The successful candidate for this position should have a minimum of five years’ experience working with Native communities, and be able to demonstrate engagement in decolonizing practices. The candidate benefits from a graduate degree or equivalent experience in one of various fields: Indigenous/Native American Studies, Anthropology, Museum Studies, Management, or an associated field. Candidates must have knowledge of and/or demonstrated interest in Wabanaki cultural traditions.


    The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations supports the Abbe’s vision to review, revise, and implement ongoing strategies that facilitate the mission and goals of decolonizing. They work in partnership with the Board of Trustees and the tribally-appointed Native Advisory Council to establish operational objectives that support the strategic planning. 

    The main responsibilities of the Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations are to:

    • Manage the Abbe’s staff, operations, business, and facilities

    • Lead development efforts for the museum, including a capital campaign, ongoing fundraising, and grant-seeking programs that meet goals established by the Board

    • Lead development of relationships with Indigenous/First Nations/Native communities, pursuing new opportunities for collaboration and partnerships

    • Serve as an ambassador for the Abbe, sustaining active involvement in regional and national museum organizations.

    The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations works at the Abbe’s Bar Harbor headquarters during standard business hours. Evening and weekend activities are not uncommon. Some travel is required, within our region and beyond.  The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations reports to the Board of Trustees.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIESinclude but are not limited to:


    The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations shall:

    • Lead, build, and motivate the organization and its partners, exhibiting a commitment to the organization’s vision of decolonizing, social justice, and equity.

    • Work with staff (in consultation with Native Advisory Council) to produce truth-telling exhibits, facilitate engaging programs and respectful research, and steward vibrant collections.

    • Lead a process to evaluate and revise the Abbe Museum strategic plan.

    • Execute contracts and decisions on behalf of the Abbe (subject to guidance and policies set by the Board of Trustees), maintain records, and communicate clearly with staff colleagues, Board, and Native Advisory Council in a timely manner.

    • Manage full-time staff, including training, professional development and annual evaluation.

    • Establish and maintain a work environment that facilitates open communication, clearly articulated expectations, and a mutual respect that supports and motivates Abbe employees, contributing to a healthy workplace environment.

     • Engage in discussion with the Native Advisory Council, Board of Trustees, staff, and other invested parties, in a manner that facilitates reflection and constructive dialogue that contributes to the organization’s overall goals.

    Fundraising & Finances

    The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations shall:

    • Manage museum assets and finances with oversight from the Board of Trustees.

    • Lead the museum’s capital funding campaign, as mandated in the Abbe strategic plan.

    • Actively seek, engage, and plan opportunities to obtain funding through grants or donations from individuals, corporations, foundations, and governmental agencies with the goal of building and maintaining a dependable income stream for the Abbe.

    • Collaborate with the Director of Advancement to identify, recruit, and build productive ongoing relationships with prospective donors through personal contact and fundraising events.

    • Oversee and strategically develop earned income streams, including admissions, museum shop, rentals, consulting, and other opportunities.

    Relationship Building with the Wabanaki

    The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations shall:

    • Collaborate with Wabanaki Nations and communities across their homelands that include what is now recognized as Maine, New England, Quebec, and the Canadian Maritimes.

    • Demonstrate cultural awareness and interest in Wabanaki cultural practices.  Indigenous heritage is advantageous, but not required.

    • Demonstrate understanding of settler-colonialism and ability to facilitate decolonizing practices through a lens of social justice and self-determination.

    Public and Professional Outreach and Engagement

    The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations shall:

    • Oversee the Abbe Museum’s web presence and communications.

    • Represent the Abbe Museum at public and private events.

    • Foster and maintain relationships with Bar Harbor businesses, non-profits, and National Park Service personnel.

    • Develop relationships with artists and other culture bearers, collectors, business leaders, public officials, professional museum organizations, and media – clearly articulating and acting upon our goal of decolonizing and our ongoing commitment to social justice and equity.

    TO APPLY, please email a cover letter indicating previous relevant work, a resume or CV, and contact information for three references to:

    Margo Lukens

      Co-Chair, Search Committee

    Darren Ranco

      Co-Chair, Search Committee

    No phone calls, please.

    Review of applications will begin October 15, 2019 and continue as needed.

    The Abbe Museum is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on age, sex, gender, ethnicity or cultural affiliation, physical ability, or religion. We encourage applications from Indigenous/First Nations/Native people and intersectional identities including Two-Spirit, LGBTQ, and people of color.

    For information on Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island:

    for information on Acadia National Park:

    For information about living and working in Maine:

  • 16 Sep 2019 4:17 PM | Anonymous member

    Archivist / Librarian

    Old York Historical Society

    York / Kittery, Maine

    The Old York Historical Society seeks a part-time Archivist / Librarian to be an integral part of the organization’s small, dedicated staff.  The Archivist / Librarian will be responsible for managing all aspects of the institution’s paper and digital collections, as well as public access at the new Old York Research Center in Kittery, Maine, located seven miles from the administrative offices in York.  Old York uses PastPerfect for maintaining collections records.  The successful candidate will have a degree and/or certificate in archival or library studies, or equivalent experience; be proficient in using collections management databases; and demonstrate confidence in interacting with the public.  Position description is available by request from .  A letter of interest and résumé may be sent to the same email address.

    Salary:  $19.00 hourly

    Employment Type:  Part time / 12 hours per week

    Closes:  October 4, 2019

  • 05 Sep 2019 11:00 AM | Anonymous member

    Looking for an opportunity to work in a place of wonder and exploration?

    The L.C.Bates useum is currently  recruiting for a part-time Museum Educator/Assistant (up to 29 hours per week) to work at the L.C. Bates Museum at Good Will-Hinckley. The L.C. Bates Museum houses unique natural history and culture collections. This position primarily involves working with children and families presenting natural history programs, but would also involve working in all aspects of the museum including greeting visitors and presenting tours, preparing exhibitions, presenting outside activities, helping develop programs for children and presenting educational outreach programs at schools.

    Please contact the L.C.Bates Museum at 207-238-4250 or for more information.

  • 03 Sep 2019 2:33 PM | Anonymous member

    Pejepscot Historical Society in Brunswick, Maine, seeks an experienced, innovative, forward-thinking, part-time Development Manager to help build PHS’s overall fundraising strategy and sustainable philanthropic relationships, and advance its mission and 10-year vision for the Pejepscot Museum and Research Center, the Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum, and the Skolfield-Whittier House.

    Responsibilities include working with the PHS Board of Trustees and Executive Director to develop overall fundraising and related marketing strategies in the areas of membership, annual fund, Business Partner program, grants, and other special campaigns, and managing and executing goals in these areas. Develop and administer campaigns. Process donations and acknowledgements. Manage constituent database; produce reports. Write and manage grant proposals. Develop and execute fundraising events. Work with stakeholders, collaborators, and contractors. Network with individuals and businesses, establishing new donor relationships. Liaison with Development and Strategic Planning Committees.

    Qualifications: BA or BS degree in communications, business, marketing, or humanities/related fields with relevant experience; advanced degree desirable. Prefer 3-5+ years experience in non-profit development/advancement/marketing roles. Strong interpersonal, organizational, project management, written/verbal skills required; must be both detail-oriented and able to see the big picture. Experience in event planning/execution. Facility with constituent databases. Interest in local history. Willingness to work as part of a small, close-knit team.

    The non-exempt position reports to the Executive Director and is approximately 20-24 hours per week year-round, ideally starting in November/December of this year. Scheduling is somewhat flexible. Some evening and weekend hours required for programs and events. Starting pay is commensurate with experience and anticipated to be in the $19-22/hour range. Eligible for pro-rated leave time after six-month probationary period.

    To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, short writing sample, and the names and contact info of three professional references to Position open until filled. FMI:

  • 28 Aug 2019 2:31 PM | Anonymous member


    • First Amendment Museum (Augusta, Maine)
      20-35 hours per week (negotiable), competitive compensation


      The Coordinator of Museum Education and Events is charged with planning, coordinating, and leading the museum’s the wide-ranging program of special events for audiences of all ages. Key responsibilities include the following.

    • ·      Develops, implements, coordinates the museum’s community programs
    • ·      Establishes assessment tools to evaluate programs   
    • ·      Oversees all aspects of visitor services, from coordinating tour requests to reviewing informational materials
    • ·      Serves as the museum's point person for accessibility and inclusion.   
    • ·      Recruits, trains, and supervises interns and volunteers 
    • ·      Cultivates relationships with local educators, organizations, andmuseum peers
    • ·      Pitches in to help with other projects as needed
    • At present, the museum’s opening hours are limited, and events are paced at approximately two per month. Over time, as the museum transitions from its current start-up phase, this position will likewise evolve. Additional future responsibilities may include the following.

    • ·      Works with exhibition designers to assess and refine the exhibit prototypes 
    • ·      Oversees the creation, implementation, and evaluation of online learning activities, including First Amendment curriculum units
    • ·      Develops and coordinates teacher professional development workshops. 
    • ·      Trains and manages the volunteer docents 
    • ·      Develops, coordinates, and assesses the K-12 school visit program
    • ·      Participates in grant writing and fundraising activities as needed
    • The position will report initially to Genie Gannett, the First Amendment Museum’s Co-founder and President of its committed Board of Directors. When the museum’s CEO is hired, reporting will be to the CEO. The successful candidate will join a friendly, hardworking team that is expected to grow in the months ahead and whose members currently include the museum assistant and several consultants (including architects, exhibit designers, and marketing professionals).   



    • ·      Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in a relevant field such as Education or Museum Education and/or equivalent relevant work experience
    • ·      A passion for the mission of the First Amendment Museum
    • ·      Experience teaching people of various areas and backgrounds
    • ·      Experience planning and coordinating events (including equipment, venues, vendors, etc.)
    • ·      The ability to develop and manage project budgets 
    • ·      Experience working in a museum education department preferred but not required 
    • ·      Experience coordinating student interns and/or volunteers
    • ·      Proficiency with computers, including Microsoft Office, email, and the web (social media and website management skills would be considered a plus
    • ·      A warm, open-minded, adaptable, collaborative temperament  
    • ·      Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously and well
    • ·      Willing and able to work occasional evening and weekend events as needed


    The First Amendment Museum values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.



    The First Amendment Museum is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit 501(c) 3 concept museum that has been established in Augusta, Maine, with the purpose of examining the history and promoting the practice and understanding of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution by developing a landmark museum with innovative exhibits and engaging programming. The organization seeks to engage the citizens of our state and nation through programs and a national partnership network that will engage new generations of Americans and others with the freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment.

    At the heart of this effort is the need to examine the First Amendment in a historical and contemporary, nonpartisan perspective. As the First Amendment states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise hereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

    Amazingly, studies have found that increasingly, fewer and fewer Americans can name the five rights protected by the First Amendment and a recent 2018 poll found that 40 percent of Americans could not name even one of the five rights. The inspiration for this organization is the need to change this trend, with the mission of inspiring all Americans to live and love their First Amendment freedoms. 

    To learn more, please visit



    Please submit a resume, the names and contact information of two professional references, and a brief cover letter outlining interest and relevant experience to:

    The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

  • 09 Aug 2019 5:47 PM | Anonymous member

    To apply visit this link:

    Position Title: Education Outreach Assistant (Administrative Specialist CL3) - Temporary

    Campus: Portland

    Department: Library Administration - PLY

    Salary Band/Wage Band: B23, $15.50/hr

    Work Schedule:

    Typically Tuesdays-Fridays, morning through afternoon (K-12 schedule)

    Statement of Job:

    The University of Southern Maine is seeking applicants for the part-time (20 hours per week), temporary (up to one year from start date), non-benefited, hourly position of Educational Outreach Assistant in the Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education (OML SCCE) located on the Portland campus. Hours are typically Tuesday to Friday, morning through early afternoon (K-12 schedule). Expected start date around September 1, 2019.

    The Educational Outreach Assistant will assist the Coordinator of Educational Outreach with curriculum development, field trip support (on and off site), teacher workshops, and increased outreach to local high school educators. This position provides administrative and complex clerical work for OML SCCE outreach, with a strong emphasis on K-12 outreach, organization, and follow through. This position works collaboratively in a small team environment to support the mission and services of the Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education. Independent judgment and initiative are frequently exercised. The Educational Outreach Assistant works with other staff on library marketing, social media, and website activities and content. This position has extensive in-person, telephone, and online interactions with students (K-12 and university), faculty, staff, and the general public, and utilizes a wide range of resources in a variety of formats. The Assistant may supervise student employees.

    Pay is $15.50 per hour.

    We live our USM Service Promise Student Focused Every Day and we are looking for a staff member who understands that promise and supports our values: Respect & Care, Integrity, Equity and Responsiveness.

    We are the University of Everyone – committed to building a culturally diverse team of leaders, faculty and staff. We welcome applicants who are multi-lingual. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.



    Bachelor’s in related field (History, Secondary Education, Geography, Museum Studies, etc.) or equivalent education and work experience

    Experience working with K-12 students and teachers

    Valid driver’s license

    Ability to work successfully with many people at all levels

    Ability to lift and transport outreach materials

    Experience working in various computer environments

    Excellent verbal and written communication skills


    Experience working in a library, special collection, school, or museum setting in an educational capacity

    Marketing and website updating experience

    Experience working with high school students and teachers

    Other Information:

    Materials must be submitted via "Apply for position." You will create an applicant profile and complete an application. You will need to upload a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae and a list of the names and contact information for three references.

    All required materials must be submitted by 8/25/2019

    Appropriate background screening will be conducted for the successful candidate.

    The University of Southern Maine is an EEO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information or veteran’s status in employment, education, and all other programs and activities. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Equal Opportunity Office, 101 North Stevens Hall, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-5754, 207.581.1226, TTY 711 (Maine Relay System).

  • 21 May 2019 7:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Founded in 1945, the Bar Harbor Historical Society was formed to collect and preserve the history of Bar Harbor. Having recently purchased a magnificent estate for its museum, LaRochelle, an outstanding historic shoreside mansion built in 1902, the BHHS now seeks to hire its first professional full-time staff member.  The successful candidate for the Executive Director position will have the unique opportunity to work with the Board of Directors to develop a new museum, guide the organization into its next phase, and create what will become one of Bar Harbor's main attractions. The Executive Director has overall operational, fundraising, programming, and marketing responsibility for BHHS and serves as the public face of the organization. A full job description is available upon request. The ideal candidate will possess a college degree, strong financial skills as well as a background in history, with demonstrated success at fundraising, networking, and grant writing. Candidates should have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, social media platforms, or other similar programs. The Executive Director must be an independent, creative thinker with strong writing and communications skills as well as the ability to work with the Board of Directors, community members, and volunteers. Please direct any questions or submit a letter of interest with resume by June 14 to Kate McBrien at McBrien Museum Consulting by sending an email to

  • 15 May 2019 12:08 PM | Anonymous member

    The Boothbay Region Historical Society seeks an independent, highly organized office manager for its museum at 72 Oak St., Boothbay Harbor. Applicants should enjoy working with the public, be competent with Microsoft computer programs and understand MS Access or similar database. The office manager is responsible for a wide variety of tasks under the direction of the board of trustees, including but not limited to: light bookkeeping and banking, volunteer training, maintenance of member and donor records, correspondence, troubleshooting technology issues, and managing general society business. The office manager also works closely with our  local historian and serves as the face of the society when greeting visitors and researchers. This is a year-round, 16-hour per week position. Fixed hours are Thursdays and Fridays 10:00-2:00. Remaining 8 hours are somewhat flexible. For more information, contact the society at, 207-633-0820, or stop by the museum Thursday – Saturday 10:00-2:00. Applicants must submit a cover letter and current resume by May 29 to Office Manager Position, Boothbay Region Historical Society, PO Box 272, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538, or by email to

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