Temporary Assistant, Access Programs and Initiatives
The Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for a Temporary Assistant, Access Programs and Initiatives for a duration of six months to assist with the day-to-day management of Access Programs in the Learning and Engagement Department. This position will assist with all administrative manners relating to programming and other Access initiatives; answer general email and phone inquiries; monitor and manage supplies; assist with monthly and other onsite and virtual programs; assist in research and reporting.
Job Requirements & Responsibilities:
-Assists with the day-to-day management of Access and Prime Time Programming.
-Assists with administrative aspects of running Access and Prime Time Programs, including program registration and reminders, reserving spaces, recruiting participants, liaising with Teaching Assistants, and program set-up and clean-up.
-Answers general email and phone inquiries for Access and Prime Time Programs.
-Monitors art supply quantities and compiles Teaching Artists and DOE teachers’ requests for supplies.
-Helps to maintain the art supply storage space and classroom spaces.
-Compiles, analyzes, and reports on statistics related to Access and Prime Time Programs for Learning and Engagement, Development Department, and for marketing and outreach purposes.
-Assists with set-up and check-in of Access and Prime Time Programs, as needed.
-Assists with administrative tasks related to Access Programs and Initiatives not mentioned above, as needed.
-Assists in developing a database of artists with disabilities.
-Assists with the development of a publication about making museums accessible to people with disabilities.
-Helps with Cullman Education Building exhibition installation of work by students with disabilities.
-Assists with special events.
-Assists in digital archiving.
-B.A in Education, Art, Art History, or related field, or equivalent.
-Experience working with a variety of youth and adult audiences required.
-Experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred.
-Applicant should have knowledge of art education and museum programming and excellent communication and customer service skills.
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To apply, please visit MoMA Jobs. Applicants should submit a resume and a statement of interest.
Posting on MoMA Jobs website: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/MUS1002MOMA/JobBoard/9dbfa465-a36a-46c3-b31e-4929830ab266/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=27b188f3-e394-4dc2-8685-814ac4e82e0a