Employment & Internships
Boise Art Museum seeks a Curator of Art, who is responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of each exhibition, including scheduling, organizing, designing, managing, and installing the Museum’s art exhibitions in fulfillment of the Museum’s mission. Full Job Description »
Send cover letter, resume, 3 professional references, and writing sample to Mackenzie@boiseartmuseum.org.
No in-person or telephone inquiries please.
Master’s degree in art, art history, or related field. 5-7 years of program management experience, including curatorial/education experience, strategic planning, and supervisory experience at an established art museum. Knowledge of project management methodologies, processes and tools. Competency with desktop computer, presentation software, spreadsheet software. Effective interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills. Ability to perform each project task seamlessly, often switching between high-level strategy and helping with supporting tasks as needed to promote team success. Attention to detail and a high level of efficiency, strategic thinking and common sense problem solving. Ability to understand and manage high-profile, sensitive or controversial situations. At least five (5) years of personnel management experience.
BAM’s Hiring Process
We appreciate your interest and thank you for your patience. The hiring process often takes longer than anticipated. All applicants will be notified when the position has been filled. Candidates should not expect interim communications during the hiring process, other than those stated below.
- Job announcement posted
- Applications received via email
- Confirmation of receipt of application materials sent via email
- Finalists are contacted for interviews and provided detailed job description
- Interviews are conducted
- References are contacted
- Employment offer is made
- After employment offer is accepted, all candidates who have applied are notified via email
Boise Art Museum’s Visitor Services Associates support the mission and safety of the Museum by sharing knowledge about exhibitions and keeping artwork and people safe. Visitor Services Associates help provide positive experiences for visitors of all ages, assist in event set-up and take-down, and staff exhibition openings.
We are currently seeking a Visitor Services Associate who can work up to 20 hours per week, with an average of 12-16 per week. This position requires working weekends, and some week nights during special events or on First Thursday.
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There are no internships available at this time.