The Tampa Museum of Art invites applications for a Chief Preparator/Exhibition Designer. This is a full-time permanent position, available immediately.
The Chief Preparator/Exhibition Designer will report directly to the Chief Curator, who also serves as Richard E. Perry Curator of Greek and Roman Art. S/he will be a vital member of the small but dynamic curatorial team, working closely with the Chief Curator as well as the Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Exhibitions and Collections Manager, and the Curatorial Department Assistant. The Chief Preparator/Exhibition Designer will also supervise two Preparators in exhibition- and collection-related work.
This role requires precise attention to detail, strong communication and analytical skills, as well as the abilities to manage multiple projects simultaneously and to work collaboratively and diplomatically. The ideal candidate will work well both independently and as a member of a team.
Qualified applicants should send CV/resume and cover letter including reasons for interest in the position and summary of relevant experience to the email posted below. Only those applicants who meet our requirements for this position will be contacted. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please download and read the complete job description below.
The Visitor Experience & Engagement Representative (VER) plays a significant role in providing a memorable experience for all people who visit the Tampa Museum of Art (TMA). Superior customer service is provided to every visitor, every day, with every interaction. VERs will receive dynamic, ongoing training from the VER administrative team, Safety and Security team, Development team and Education team to ensure that the TMA accomplishes its customer service goals. The role of the VER will engage every visitor with education and entertainment to facilitate a passion and interest in the TMA’s exhibitions and programs. VER engages visitors with a personal and engaging experience while delivering entertaining content and superior customer service to ensure an exceptional visitor experience. Please submit your resume and availability to the email listed below.
The position of the Security Lead and Guard Worker must have two (2) years of verifiable experience as a museum guard, two (2) years of verifiable experience supervising security guards and the State of Florida Class D Unarmed Security Officer license.
Under general supervision, the Museum Security Lead assists in managing the overall security operations of a museum. Please download and read complete job description. Please send letters of interest and current resumes to the email listed below.