The Flagler Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Museum is a smoke-free environment and drug-free workplace. Background checks are conducted as a condition of employment.
The Flagler Museum is seeking an experienced professional to serve as a full-time Finance Assistant. This position assists the Museum’s Director of Finance. Activities include: completing daily deposits and coordination of all daily revenue streams from ticket sales, store and café sales, contributions, memberships, and grants; posting daily revenue in database; organizing weekly payables and generating checks; preparing calculations; assisting with bank reconciliations and annual financial audit; managing office activities; assisting with departmental projects. The Finance Assistant must be able to work as part of a team, while taking individual task leadership as necessary.
The Flagler Museum is seeking an experienced museum professional to collaborate closely with other members of the Curatorial Team in the exhibition program and the preventative care and conservation of the collections. The position is responsible for installation and maintenance of displays in the historic house museum and temporary exhibitions in the exhibit gallery, development, and engineering of enhancements and repairs, and supervising contractors working on site. The position is full-time with benefits.
The Exhibit Technician must be detail-oriented and demonstrate creative problem solving, with an interest in establishing effective systems and solutions. Successful candidates must be capable of multi-tasking within a fast-paced environment and have a demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a team. The position requires physical exertion and the ability to stand for long periods, climb stairs or a ladder without fear of heights, and lift and carry objects up to 40 lbs.
REQUIRED skills include art handling and packing, exhibit installation, basic carpentry, and knowledge of standard museum practices.
HIGHLY DESIRABLE skills include exhibition design and lighting, crate and display case fabrication, mount making, art preparation, and historic preservation practices. BFA or BA in art or related field preferred.