Jobs and Internships

The Association of Maine Archives and Museums provides this forum for members and non-members of MAM to post employment and internship opportunities. This feature was added in March, 2019.

Get it in print: Share your announcement in the quarterly MAM newsletter as well! See the newsletter guideline and deadlines.

Other news: To share other other news from the field, use the news blog. To post an event, see the event listings.

Fine Print

MAM reserves the right to edit or reject postings as it deems appropriate.

This service is free to members; non-members are charged $20. Members must log in first (see below).

We ask that all job and internship opportunities include a stated compensation range, expressed as a salary, hourly wage, or stipend. Meant to encourage greater diversity and reduced burnout in collecting institutions, this requirement is made in coordination with museum associations around the country based on information from the National Emerging Museum Professionals Network

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  • 18 Mar 2019 8:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Originally posted to the MAM news blog 3/5/19

    College Intern to learn as they help with museum natural history activities and collection activities. (Summer 2019)

    Responsibilities of this position will include: Working with museum visitors including teachers, students, campers and families to provide natural science programs and guided tours. Working with museum staff and volunteers to plan, organize, and present history, astronomy and natural history programs and work with museum collections activities. Preparing hands-on science and history projects and materials for children. The successful candidate will be paid an hourly stipend.

    Work schedule and hours will be designed to meet the needs of the project and audience.  (Mid May to August).

    Interested applicants please submit a cover letter and updated resume to: HR@gwh.org or mail to Human Resources, PO Box 159, Hinckley, ME 04944. Please reference "Museum Internship" in the subject line or cover letter in your correspondence. Visit our website at www.gwh.org

    Or, contact the L.C.Bates Museum at 207-238-4250 or lcbates@gwh.org for more information about the internship.

  • 18 Mar 2019 8:22 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Originally published to the MAM news blog 2/25/19

    Wilson Museum, Castine, has an opening for a full-time Advancement Coordinator who will expand the current promotional and marketing activities while creating and organizing all development and fundraising efforts with emphasis on membership growth, a major gifts program, planned giving, endowment growth, and campus improvements.

    This position requires strong writing skills, including grant writing; computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite, Customer Relationship Management software, Adobe Photoshop, social media; experience in marketing and fundraising techniques with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.

    E-mail cover letter with resume to Patricia Hutchins directoroffice@wilsonmuseum.org

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