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Assistant Conservator, Objects
Conservation

Curatorial Assistant
Photography; Prints & Drawings

Administrative Assistant
Development

Associate Editor
Publications

Collections Administrator, Works on Paper
Photography

Manager of Donor Programs and Services
Development

Public Programs Coordinator
Education and Public Programs

Docent Council Coordinator
Education

Development Research Analyst
Development

Rights & Reproductions Assistant
Rights & Reproductions

Administrative Assistant
Rights & Reproductions

Assistant/Associate Registrar, Exhibitions
Registrar & Collection Information

On-Site Services Associate
On-Site Services

Marketing Manager
Marketing

Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellowship
Art of the Ancient Amercias

Sales Associate
On-Site Services

Assistant Conservator, Paintings
Conservation Center


Assistant Conservator, Objects (Regular Full-Time)
Conservation

Reporting to the Senior Conservator for Objects, the Assistant Conservator works collaboratively with the entire conservation staff in all aspects of the care and preservation of the museum's encyclopedic collection of artwork dating from antiquity to the present.

Some duties include: prepares and reviews condition reports for works of art on loan and new acquisitions; prepares treatment proposals and reports in order to document all conservation work; undertakes the conservation and restoration of works of art; performs research and interacts with curators and other professionals to understand significance of artwork and artist’s intentions; advises on appropriate environmental conditions for the safe display and storage of works of art; acts as courier for traveling exhibitions and loans; assists conservation staff with the routine maintenance of the laboratory and the ordering of equipment and supplies; responds to questions from the general public.

The qualified candidate will have a master’s degree from a recognized conservation training program, with a specialization in objects conservation, and three to five years of related experience. Further postgraduate work and/or several years of employment in conservation is strongly preferred. Experience with the installation and de-installation of exhibitions and larger projects such as maintenance of outdoor sculptures is desired.  A demonstrated ability to treat a wide variety of three-dimensional objects, communicate effectively, and work well with other museum staff is essential.

This position requires a flexible work schedule to allow frequent national and international travel.  Active involvement in professional groups such as AIC, ICOM-CC or ICC is also desirable.

Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae, including a list of three professional references. Please note that the online application system only allows one document to be uploaded, so please combine cover letter, resume and lesson plan into one Word or PDF document.

Please follow this link to apply.


Curatorial Assistant (Regular Full-Time)
Photography; Prints & Drawings

Reporting to the Curator and Department Head of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department and the Prints & Drawings Department, the Curatorial Assistant will assist in the research and coordination of two major exhibitions, the subjects of which are artist/filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and 3D photography and film. This is a one-year position, beginning in September 2015, with the possibility of an additional one-year extension.

Some duties include: conducts research and compiles materials for the exhibitions; maintains and updates the exhibition checklists and databases; creates lists of contacts; drafts loan correspondence between LACMA and leading institutions and individuals; generates loan contracts; interfaces with lending institutions; drafts labels and didactic content; assists the Museum’s rights and reproductions department in obtaining images and necessary permissions; serves as the department’s liaison to collection management, conservation, education and other internal departments, in connection to the planning and implementation of the exhibitions. Other duties may be assigned by supervisor.

The qualified candidate will have a master’s degree in Art History or related field, with one year of curatorial experience preferred. The successful candidate will have excellent organizational and communication skills and the ability to work well as part of a team. Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and a list of three references to be considered. All application materials should be combined into one Microsoft Word or pdf document.

The deadline for applications is August 10, 2015.

Please follow this link to apply.


Administrative Assistant (Regular Full-Time)
Development

Reporting to the Associate Vice President of Corporate Giving and the Director of Government & Foundation Relations, the Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to the corporate giving and government & foundation relations staff.

Some duties include: updates and maintains donor information in database and files; processes gifts and drafts acknowledgements; creates and maintains corporate sponsorship proposals for exhibitions and upcoming opportunities; researches foundation donors; coordinates donor mailings; schedules meetings; coordinates travel; oversees supply purchasing; processes expense reports; provides assistance with department events.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History, or related field, and at least two years of administrative experience, including writing or marketing experience. An interest in art, film, music and culture is required. Experience with Raiser’s Edge database is preferred.

Please follow this link to apply.

 


Associate Editor (Regular Full-Time)
Publications

Reporting to the Publisher, the Associate Editor is primarily responsible for editing manuscripts and copy for exhibition and permanent collection catalogues, as well as brochures, labels, didactics, signage, educational and miscellaneous printed and electronic materials according to required schedules and recognized standards. 

Some duties include: edits and proofreads exhibition catalogues and other museum publications, with an emphasis on copy-editing, stylistic technical editing, and fact-checking, as well as back matter; edits other in-house printed materials, in consultation with the museum’s other departments, including graphics, education, curatorial and collections, and marketing; tracks the elements, costs, and schedules of multiple projects as needed; consults editors, writers, and museum staff as needed to evaluate demands of each individual project; verifies facts, dates, and statistics; researches, writes, copy edits, and proofreads text for articles and listings, establishing and insuring consistent style in both tone and treatment of text (grammar, spelling, typographic treatment, punctuation); marks up manuscripts and galley proofs using standard typesetter’s notations; works with other museum departments to develop and maintain guidelines for LACMA house style; writes or revises elements including headlines and captions according to publication requirements; confers with author regarding changes made to copy.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Communications or Art History, and at least two years of book editing experience. Firm command of scholarly publishing practices, Chicago Manual of Style guidelines, and standard typesetters’ notations is required.

Please follow this link to apply. 


Collections Administrator, Works on Paper (Regular Full-Time)
Photography

Reporting to the Curator and Department Head, the Collections Administrator is responsible for the organization, care, storage, and movement of works in the Photography Department, Prints & Drawings Department, and for additional works acquired through the recently established Graphic Design initiative between P&D and the Decorative Arts & Design Department. The Collections Administrator is also in charge of overseeing a new Study/Display space, scheduled to open in August 2015 on the plaza level of the Art of the Americas Building, which will serve LACMA staff, scholars, visitors, and various student groups.

Some duties include: confirms cataloging information and evaluates condition and storage needs; physically numbers / labels objects and performs basic rehousing; places objects in permanent locations and facilitates digital documentation; participates with a larger team tasked with inventorying, processing, rehousing, and storage for large acquisitions and special projects; updates database on an ongoing basis and in response to research projects, loan requests, etc.; spot-checks inventories and box lists in various storage locations; manages Study/Display space, coordinates visitor schedule, oversees viewings, and responds to queries; coordinates the transit of artwork between various storage areas and to and from the Study/Display space for activities such as class seminars, scholarly research, and other presentations of the collection; tracks the movement of artwork for photographic documentation, conservation, framing, etc., and assists with preparation for eventual move of collections to off-site facility.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History, Museum Studies, or related field, and a minimum of three years of experience in a museum, cultural institution, or library. A demonstrated knowledge of standard museum practices and procedures is required, as well as database knowledge and proficiency with other digital applications. Experience with handling, storage, and exhibition of works of art on paper is strongly preferred.

Please follow this link to apply. 


Manager of Donor Programs and Services (Regular Full-Time)
Development

Reporting to the Director of Annual Giving Programs, the Manager of Donor Programs and Services is the primary staff member responsible for ensuring that LACMA helps its supporters connect with in-depth art experiences beyond the museum’s campus. The manager develops and oversees two key functions within the Annual Giving department – the LACMA Travel program, and ongoing travel concierge services for $10,000+ level donors engaging in personal art-related travel. The LACMA Travel program, including Board travel, LACMA Premium Travel for $2,500+ level donors, and LACMA Travel for $1,000+ donors, realizes approximately five annual travel programs spanning patron groups. Working in collaboration with internal program partners (especially curators) as well as outside travel vendors, the manager is responsible for all travel planning and execution, and is the at-home liaison during trips. Donor travel services include communication and credentialing for major international art fairs, helping donors gain access to art venues and sites worldwide during personal travel, staying informed about important developments in the art world, and communicating potential areas of interest to staff who may use the information and access to cultivate and steward patrons.

Some duties include: collaborates with and understands perspectives of LACMA development colleagues, curators, patrons and others to develop successful travel packages and calendar that will strengthen donor relationships with LACMA and increase contributed support over time; identifies and maintains relationships with travel agency vendors and travel guides best suited to fulfill travel program opportunities; works closely with curators and travel vendors, prepares trip itineraries, travel information, reports, communications, invoicing, etc. for internal travel program planning; creates and manages travel program budget, for LACMA and for individual trips; plans for and produces marketing plans and promotions for program offerings; ensures accurate and complete travel program information for database records; collaborates with Individual Giving colleagues in communicating development-related activities via written contact reports filed in Raiser’s Edge, and attends prospect management meetings; works with major international art fairs, as identified by development team, to credential and service LACMA supporters; helps plan and execute any LACMA programs taking place during fairs; develops and maintain art fair contacts; helps develop potential self-travel itineraries for patrons, in conjunction with LACMA-related and/or art world events; prepares and sends occasional briefs to development staff informing them about new or exciting opportunities around the art world, including exhibitions and projects related to LACMA permanent collection artists; supports travel-related donor cultivation and stewardship efforts in partnership with development colleagues.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History, Art Administration or related field, and at least five years of experience with a top-tier contemporary art gallery, auction house or art museum. Experience servicing clients or patrons accustomed to an exceptionally high level of quality and responsiveness is required. Experience using the Raiser’s Edge database is strongly preferred.

Please follow this link to apply.


Public Programs Coordinator (Regular Full-Time)
Education and Public Programs

Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Education and Public Programs, the Public Programs Coordinator is responsible for providing assistance to the Education and Public Programs Department for its ongoing permanent collection and special exhibition programs, as well as tracking attendance, compiling reports, and maintaining budgets.

Some duties include: creates basic flyers, program brochures, and curriculum materials using templates; assists with creating PowerPoint presentations, including research for presentations; submits and maintains public program announcements on the museum’s website, magazines, and internal documents; schedules programs on the museum’s event calendar including processing necessary work requests; maintains and analyzes statistics for programs and compiles the department’s Annual Report, Outreach Report, and donor reports; assists with scheduling and hiring speakers, including preparing contracts and requests for payment; works with ticketing staff to arrange ticketing for events and track attendance; provides support at programs events, including creating signage, overseeing check-in, and working with the Facilities department on event set-up; schedules travel, processes reimbursements, orders supplies, submits purchase order requests and processes invoice requests.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History, Art Administration or Art Education, and at least two years of experience working on public programs, monitoring budgets, and promoting events. Experience using InDesign software, FileMaker Pro and Google Drive is required.

Please follow this link to apply. 


Docent Council Coordinator (Regular Full-Time)
Education

Reporting to the Associate Vice President of Education and working closely with the Senior Vice President for Education and Public Programs, the Docent Council Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operation of the Docent Council volunteer group, scheduling school tours, interfacing with teachers, providing materials for docents touring special exhibitions and the permanent collection, and scheduling training sessions.

Some duties include: Oversees all logistics related to school tours on-site; provides assistance to teachers in planning their visit to the museum; schedules school tours and maintains online reservation system; manages the free bus program for school tours, including working with bus companies and schools; maintains and analyzes statistics on school and public tours; works with Development and Special Events to arrange docents for VIP groups; works with the Supervisor of Operations, On-Site Services to run online booking; provides general support and guidance to Group Sales in arranging tours for paying guests; updates the Bring Your Class to LACMA and calendar web pages; works with content specialists, curatorial administrators, and curators to obtain object lists, reference materials, floor plans, and other materials needed for docents to prepare their tours; schedules training sessions for docents with curators and educators; facilitates procedure meetings with Security, Box Office, and Education staff; tracks, analyzes and manages a $135K budget for busing and supplies; order supplies and submits purchase order requests and processes invoice requests as a Power User; works with the Senior Vice President for Education and Public Programs on the overall scope of the docent program.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History, Art Administration, or Art Education, and at least two years of experience working with volunteers, managing programs for students and working with school administrators and classroom teachers.  Some knowledge on teaching skills preferred.  A combination of related education, training, and administrative experience will be accepted. 

Please follow this link to apply.

 


Development Research Analyst (Regular Full-Time)
Development

Reporting to the Director of Development Research, the Development Research Analyst develops, coordinates and distributes information on prospects and donors in order to provide Development staff with strategic financial and biographic information on current and potential major donors in support of LACMA's fundraising objectives.

Some duties include: compiles, creates and updates comprehensive biographic and financial profiles on current and potential major donors; takes the lead on generating concise research biographies and Facebooks for events; identifies potential contributors to special project funds and supporters of institutional operations through examination of past records as well as individual and corporate contacts; updates and maintains the computerized prospect/donor management system; provides system training to other Development staff; organizes and maintains the department’s reference materials and online resource; reviews and monitors regional, national, professional and financial publications for corporate, foundation, individual donor and prospect information; participates in strategy meetings to help develop cultivation and solicitation strategies

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History or related field, and at least two years of donor/prospect research experience in a non-profit organization, as well as knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies.

Please follow this link to apply.


 Rights & Reproductions Assistant (Regular Full-Time)
Rights & Reproductions

Reporting to the Publisher, the Rights and Reproductions Assistant assesses and ensures the museum has the appropriate permissions and photographic materials for various departments to reproduce works from the museum collections, exhibition related works and materials in the museum’s publications.

Some duties include: works with curatorial departments and Publications staff to research and procure publication-ready photography for reproduction; works with curatorial departments to research and procure permission for materials reproduced in exhibitions; compiles photography cost estimates for potential image usage in publications, press and promotional use; assesses the quality of the photographic materials received in relation to its potential use; works with the Senior Rights and Reproductions Associates and General Counsel, if necessary, to assess permission determinations based on copyright law in relation to museum’s desired uses; works with Publications editors to write captions and photo credits for museum’s publications; tracks rights and source information for images requested for museum’s uses in TMS and the museum’s digital asset and management system; works with Communication & Marketing staff to seek appropriate permissions for images that would be used for museum’s press and promotional uses, including reviewing materials to ensure proper crediting and usage; works with Photo Services to generate new photography and request existing photography for various museum uses; helps maintain up-to-date copyright information about artists and estates in the museum’s TMS collection.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Studio art, Photography, Art History, Anthropology or Contract Law. Experience working in a museum setting is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel is required. Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Bridge, TMS and digital asset management system is a plus.

Please follow this link to apply.


Administrative Assistant (Regular Full-Time)
Rights and Reproductions

Reporting to the Publisher, the Administrative Assistant provides clerical and administrative support to the department.                                                 

Some duties include: researches current holder contact information and updates the information on TMS and communicates incoming information from artists/estates to the relevant department; receives and fulfills digital photography requests from LACMA’s photo licensing agent, Art Resource, and works with Photo Services, to coordinate more complex requests of new photography; works with Senior Rights and Reproductions staff to review the copyright status of annual art acquisitions and sends out limited license forms; maintains the department’s digital and physical files, ensuring file naming conventions are consistent; works with Research Library and Collections Information staff to ensure completed project files  are archived properly; processes and tracks the payment of invoices and occasional purchase orders; mails out exhibition catalogues to copyright holders & photo sources; orders office and shipping supplies for the department.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and at least one year of administrative experience. Experience working in a museum setting is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel is required. The successful candidate will have strong organizational skills, including the ability to handle multiple tasks at once and meet deadlines.   

Please follow this link to apply.


 Assistant/Associate Registrar, Exhibitions (Regular Full-Time)
Registrar & Collection Information

Reporting to the Senior Associate Registrar , the Assistant/Associate Registrar, Exhibitions will organize and manage several large, complicated exhibitions as part of LACMA’s ambitious in-house and internationally traveling exhibitions program.

Some duties include: review and negotiate loan agreements with lenders, and communicate conservation, installation and security requirements to staff; arrange with all lenders and collaborating institutions the crating, shipping, and courier arrangements; plan and manage the installation and de-installation schedules for each exhibition; assemble and maintain condition reports; take packing notes during installations; create installation notes for traveling exhibitions; produce crating, shipping, condition reporting and courier sections for domestic and international Indemnity applications, as well as oversee all those arrangements for indemnified exhibitions at LACMA and subsequent venues; travel with exhibitions as a courier and to oversee installation/de-installations of LACMA organized exhibitions at other venues.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History, Museum Studies, or a related field and a minimum of three years’ experience in museum registration, preferably exhibition-related. Candidate must also have a demonstrated knowledge of standard museum practices and procedures. Flexibility is necessary to travel with exhibitions including being away for as much as two weeks at a time. Database knowledge is required as well as a proficiency in Microsoft Office programs. Fluency in Spanish or another foreign language is a plus. Title and compensation will be commensurate with experience.

Please follow this link to apply.

 


On-Site Services Associate (Temporary Part-Time)
On-Site Services

With more than 115,000 objects dating from ancient times to the present, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest art museum in the western United States. A museum of international stature as well as a vital part of Southern California, LACMA shares its vast collections through exhibitions, public programs and research facilities that attract nearly a million visitors annually. LACMA’s eight building complex is located on twenty acres in the heart of Los Angeles, halfway between the ocean and downtown. The campus is undergoing a ten-year expansion and renovation known as the Transformation and designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop.

Reporting to the Supervisor of Operations, the On-Site Services Associate provides quality customer service and sells Museum admission, special event/program tickets, and memberships.

Some duties include: fills reservations and memberships in person, over the telephone and through the mail; operates computerized ticket reservation system, cash register, credit card authorization system and accepts payment; responds to inquiries in a courteous and pleasant manner concerning events, reservations and general information; balance worksheets, breakdowns and register tapes with actual receipts; writes letters and completes documentation for fulfillment of ticket and member benefits packages.

The qualified candidate will have a high school diploma and at least two years of customer service and administrative experience.

Please follow this link to apply.

 


Marketing Manager (Regular Full-Time)
Marketing

Reporting to the Director of Marketing, the Marketing Manager oversees efforts to secure and manage targeted non-paid media partnerships across multiple museum departments. Programs include barter agreements, content and native advertising partnerships, and VIP access and special projects.

Some duties include: plans, coordinates and maintains community outreach to ongoing and targeted communities as dictated by exhibition and event calendars; supports the Director of Marketing in planning and executing select tier 1 and 2 media plans, with goals to build awareness, drive attendance and ticket sales, and promote deeper engagement and repeat visits; plans and executes event and education program marketing, working in collaboration with Education, Development, and Membership departments; oversees paid digital marketing in concert with strategy outlined by the Director of Marketing to include the following: conceives and executes digital ad campaigns as part of exhibition and event promotions, delivers regular analysis of digital efforts, makes recommendations for and manages optimization, presents opportunities for experimentation; works with Onsite Services department on implementation of tourism and group sales effort, supporting goals of strategic messaging to local, national and international audiences.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Marketing or related field, and at least five years of marketing experience, including digital marketing experience. Experience with Blackbaud, PatronMail, MailChimp, and knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite is preferred.

Please follow this link to apply.


Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellowship (Regular Full-Time)
Art of the Ancient Americas

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) announces a search for candidates for the Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellowship. This two-year fellowship in the museum’s Art of the Ancient Americas department will provide curatorial training and support scholarly research in connection with the permanent collection and related projects at LACMA. Striving to combine the strengths of academic art history and the art museum, this Fellowship is designed to attract exceptional emerging scholars to the curatorial field. The Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship supports the highest level of professional development, with opportunities to be fully integrated into all aspects of curatorial work, gain experience in research and cataloguing, exhibition organization, education and publications, conservation, public speaking, and provenance research. Major projects for the Fellow will include assisting in the preparation and installation of the department’s yearly rotation. During his or her first year the Fellow will work under the supervision of curatorial staff to research an aspect of the permanent collection for the following year’s rotation. He or she will work with related departments to prepare the rotation and associated programming. In addition, the fellow will assist curatorial staff with the research of upcoming exhibitions.

The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in pre-Columbian art history or related discipline. Candidates with field experience or familiarity with the region are strongly encouraged to apply. Proficiency in Spanish (reading and writing) is required. Excellent writing, organizational, and public speaking skills, together with a strong interest in the interpretation, care, and display of works of art, is essential, as is the ability to work collaboratively. The goal of this Fellowship is to provide opportunities for a talented scholar to learn how to translate their knowledge of ancient American cultures within the space of a museum. Graduates of the Fellowship program will be uniquely prepared to embark on curatorial careers.

The position starts in September 2015.  Compensation includes an annual stipend, benefits, and a travel allowance. Applicants must submit a cover letter that addresses interest in the Fellowship; a statement, not to exceed three pages, describing the applicant's research interests and their relation to the museum’s collections; a complete curriculum vitae; a published paper or other writing sample; and three sealed letters of recommendation.  All application materials should be combined in one envelope and must be received no later than June 26, 2015.  Hard copies only will be accepted.   

Please send application materials to:

Human Resources
RE: Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellowship
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036



Sales Associate (Temporary Part-Time)
On-Site Services

Reporting to the On-Site Services Supervisor, the Sales Associate is responsible for converting LACMA visitors into members.

The Sales Associate welcomes visitors, engages and educates them on all the benefits of membership with the goal of converting them to members. This individual quickly develops a thorough understanding of, and visible enthusiasm for, LACMA’s collections, exhibitions and programs. The Sales Associate works as part of an overall onsite team.

The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Sales, Art History or related field and at least two years of sales experience. Knowledge of and passion for the arts and ability to work well with others is required. Experience with point of sale software and/or Patron Edge and Raisers Edge is preferred. Candidates must be available to work evenings and weekends, and be on feet for long periods of time. Some light lifting of sales materials involved from time to time.

Please follow this link to apply.


Assistant Conservator, Paintings (Regular Full-Time)
Conservation Center

Reporting to the Senior Conservator for Paintings, the Assistant Conservator will focus on gathering and organizing technical information for a catalog of Old Master and 19th century paintings that have been given to LACMA by The Ahmanson Foundation.  The collection consists of approximately 130 paintings including works by Rembrandt, Bellini, Veronese, Guido Reni, Watteau, and Millet. In addition, the Assistant Conservator will work on restoration projects and assist the staff with loans, new acquisitions, and exhibitions.

The qualified candidate will have a master’s degree with a specialization in paintings conservation, and at least two years of related experience. The qualified candidate will have experience in the examination and treatment of European paintings using standard tools, as well as advanced methods performed with conservation scientists. Knowledge of technical and art historical literature and research skills is required. Applicants should demonstrate experience in planning and completing examinations and restorations of paintings from minor to major complexity.

This is a fully funded 3-year position, which will be renewed each year pending review of work accomplished.

Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae, including a list of three professional references. Please note that the online application system only allows one document to be uploaded, so please combine cover letter, resume and lesson plan into one Word or PDF document.

Please follow this link to apply.


Due to the volume of correspondence received, the Human Resources Department cannot confirm receipt of submitted documentation. Phone calls will not be returned.

How to Apply

To be considered for any of the openings listed, please forward your resume including a list of references, and a cover letter indicating position(s) of interest, as well as any salary requirements, to LACMA Human Resources, via our online system. Follow the link at the bottom of the position posting to apply through the online system. Please note that through the online system, you may attach only one file, so please combine cover letters & resumes into one document. Not compatible with Firefox.