Vice President for Advancement
The Museum seeks candidates for the role of Vice President for Advancement. Reporting to the President and CEO, the Vice President is a member of the Executive Team and has primary oversight of the Development, Membership and Communications teams, which consist of ten talented staff members. The position leads or executes critical revenue opportunities for the Museum, including philanthropy, membership, government and special projects funding and acts as the primary liaison for the Development Committee of the Board of Directors.
The Vice President provides strong, creative, energetic, and strategic leadership on all advancement and communications initiatives, programs, events, and functions with responsibility for building a culture of philanthropy and increasing annual contributed revenue. The Vice President will engage in government and corporate relations and serve in a lead role with future campaigns, including County bond referendums. See full job posting.
The Marketing Manager supports the Museum’s mission by producing written communications and outreach that enhance the Museum’s brand and produce results in revenue programs including admissions, membership, development, and fee-for-service offerings. See full job description.
web & graphic designer
The Museum of Life and Science is a place that embraces science as a way of knowing and supports lifelong learning, and as such we are seeking a curious self-starter who is interested in learning new things and developing new skills within a highly collaborative and cross-disciplinary environment. The Web & Graphic Designer is responsible for creating effective print and digital assets as well as providing a consistent visual brand identity across all touch points. While most projects will be in support of the function of the Marketing Department, this position also provides design services for other departments as advised under Director of Marketing in support of the Museum’s mission. See full job description.
The Landscape Technician supports the learning experience at the Museum by working to develop our physical and outdoor environments in ways that embrace science learning and nurture a learning culture; helping to facilitate the installation of landscaping, and by providing preventative maintenance, cleaning, timely repairs, and refurbishment of the outdoor environments, to ensure a reliable and satisfying interaction by our members and other guests. Work focuses on keeping all exhibits in functioning order on a daily basis. See full job description.
The Facilities Technician supports the learning experience at the Museum by assuring proper maintenance and repair of Museum buildings, equipment and grounds. See full job description.
How to Apply
Available positions are updated weekly. The Museum is an Equal Opportunity employer. All applicants will receive careful consideration, however, due to high volume of applicants, we will only contact applicants whom we wish to schedule an interview. No phone calls please.
Candidates should send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax to 919-220-5575.
For candidates without resumes, please fill out this form.
Please note: all applicants must pass a criminal background check prior to receiving a firm offer of employment.