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Executive Director, Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame One Hall of Fame Court, New Castle, IN 47362 Phone: 765-529-1891 Fax: 765-529-0273 E-mail: [email protected]
Executive Director Job Listing

Title: Executive Director

Reports to: President of the HOF (i.e., the employee will report to the President of the 26-person Board of Directors in regards to conflicting requests/orders/assignments).

Based at: Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Museum in New Castle; duties of the position may involve travel.

Job purpose: The Executive Director is responsible for the administration and programs of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, a not-for-profit corporation with a statewide board of directors which operates a 14,000 sq. ft. museum facility (plus upcoming expansion) in New Castle.

Key Responsibilities may include, but not exclusively:

Primary Responsibilities:
I. ADMINISTRATION
A. Schedule, staff and execute directives of Board and working committees.
B. Executive Director is responsible to Executive Committee through the President of the Board.
C. Working with treasurer and investment committee to prepare and oversee budget for operation programs and investment accounts.
D. Work with assistant to prepare daily-monthly reports on all financial transactions.

II. DEVELOPMENT
A. Develop and implement programs for soliciting and recognizing corporate, individual, and grant contributions.
B. Assist committee members responsible for soliciting individuals for the annual membership drive.

III. EVENT MANAGEMENT
A. Developing a media relations program for the following:
• Raymond James Hall of Fame Classic Basketball Tournament
• Citizens State Bank Hall of Fame Golf Outing
• Annual Awards Dinners
B. Recommend/develop/implement additional annual events.

IV. FACILITY MANAGEMENT
A. Oversee staff including 60 volunteers in the seven-day-a-week operation of a
tourist attraction.
B. Oversee maintenance of building service and exhibit audiovisual systems.
C. Oversee recruiting and training of volunteers.
D. Working with staff and volunteers to oversee gift shop inventory, sales and displays.

V. MARKETING
A. Develop and implement advertising/marketing strategies to increase museum
attendance among target audiences: individual leisure travelers, group tours, and
schools, using paid advertising, direct mail, and cross-promotion with other
businesses or attractions.
B. Media Relations: promote museum programs and activities through press
releases and public broadcast appearances.
C. Respond to inquiries from media and from visitors and the public.
D. Produce a quarterly magazine.

VI. MUSEUM MANAGEMENT -Oversee the following:
A. Catalogue, research, maintain and make accessible the growing collection of
objects, documents, and photographs.
B. Develop and promote changing exhibits with special emphasis on the new
computer program.
C. Responsible for displays, themes, topics and layout with board approved budget.

A previous knowledge of the following programs and applications will be beneficial: Microsoft
Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, Adobe Suite; Google docs, Word Press, etc.;
proficient use of internet and email. Database use and management, content management system
use and graphic design skills may be especially helpful.

The successful candidate must be able to manage many responsibilities in a non-profit museum
setting and must be able to thrive in a small office environment with heavy volunteer involvement.
An extensive knowledge of Indiana high school basketball history is not necessary, but a willingness
to learn on the job is a must. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Previous
management and non-profit experience are beneficial.

Duties may include lifting, handling delicate and unique memorabilia. Long days, including evening
and weekend hours, will be required at various times throughout the year.

Must communicate well, work well with others, be a self-starter and problem solver, display
promptness, dependability, trustworthiness, common sense and have an upbeat and positive
demeanor at all times. Must be able to work with a volunteer staff of a wide range of age,
background, education, skills and abilities.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume, including at least three personal
references and employment history with position, responsibilities and pay as soon as possible.

Resumes and materials may be sent to Assistant Director Kayla Kessler by e-mailing
[email protected] or mailed to One Hall of Fame Court, New Castle, IN 47362 by Monday,
May, 2, 2022. No phone calls – no exceptions.

Curatorial Assistant (FT Term), The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF)

General:

Reporting to the Curator, the Curatorial Assistant (CA) will assist in the development and implementation of research and data capture designed to populate a new Hall of Fame digital exhibit. In addition, the position will support the ongoing achievement of the SSHF strategic plan as it pertains to collection management details. The position requires excellent research and writing skills, independent initiative, and organizational ability.

Focus Project Details:

The SSHF has been updating its Hall of Fame gallery to celebrate the accomplishments of those inducted, as well as showcase Saskatchewan’s exciting sport heritage both now and in the future. Phase I included the installation of wall panels providing visitors with a retrospective of the hall of fame inductees by year “at a glance”. Phase II of the project will incorporate interactive digital content about the inductees and Saskatchewan’s sport history on a touch table and via a 3D exhibit case. This interactive storytelling capacity will allow visitors to choose how far they want to immerse themselves in the sport history through their own user driven experience.  The project incorporates cutting edge visual content that will engage a broad spectrum of demographic needs and interests which comprises the SSHF visitor base.

Responsibilities:

  • Research SSHF inductees, objects within the permanent collection, and components of Saskatchewan’s sport history.
  • Write content for historical timelines, exhibit text, and artifact context.
  • Assist with the development of content control spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel.
  • Assist with day-to-day operations specific to collection management as necessary and requested (i.e. cataloguing, digitization, inventories, storage, etc.).
  • Assist with all aspects of exhibit installations, provide exhibit planning support to the Curator, and take the lead on tasks as required, including those in outreach locations.
  • Support the development and delivery of SSHF education & special event programming through the innovative use of the permanent collection.
  • General office activities and other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • University degree in museology, social sciences, or humanities.
  • Minimum of 2 years work experience in a museum or heritage institution environment

Qualifications:

  • Ability to work in varied work environments (i.e. office work, physical work, stakeholder engagements, etc.).
  • Demonstrate a high level of creativity and flexibility to meet deadlines in a dynamic environment.
  • Demonstrated research abilities.
  • Demonstrated written communication skills. The ability to read, write and speak in English is mandatory.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 and Collective Access (SaskCollections) would be an asset
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Valid Driver License is mandatory.

Conditions of Employment:

  • Submission of Satisfactory Criminal Record Check.
  • Submission of proof of educational and professional credentials as noted in the resume.

This is a full-time term position from April 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023. Standard work week is 37.5 hours. Salary is $35,100 plus benefits.

Please submit your resume and covering letter by Friday, March 18, 2022, to:

Human Resources

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

2205 Victoria Avenue

Regina, SK

S4P 0S4

Resumes with covering letter may also be submitted via email to [email protected]

Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 18, 2022

Museum Store and Visitor Experience Manager (Full Time Exempt/Permanent), The Sailing Museum

Background of Organization:

The National Sailing Hall of Fame, dba The Sailing Museum is a Rhode Island nonprofit organization. NSHOF was Founded in 2004 in Annapolis, MD – The organization is dedicated to preserving the history of sailing and its impact on American culture; honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to the sport; demonstrating its value as a hands-on tool for scholastic and life skills learning; and inspiring and encouraging sailing development and participation. Through an annual induction to the Hall of Fame, the organization recognizes the outstanding achievements of US sailors in three categories; sailing, technical and contributor; and leverages these achievements to inspire new generations of sailors. The organization provides science, technology, engineering, and math programming free of charge to instructors in both formal and informal educational settings. In March of 2019, the organization purchased a property in Newport, RI to create a museum and venue for on-site learning and to build a sustainable enterprise – longstanding visions for the organization. In this historic building, sailing heritage will be celebrated, its legends honored, and a new generation of sailors and innovators cultivated. The Armory Building property at 365 Thames Street in Newport is currently under renovation and the organization is in a Capital Campaign to fund the project and future of the organization.

The museum is scheduled to open in May 2022. The Sailing Museum will:

  • Preserve a historic building and site steeped in sailing history
  • Celebrate the heritage of the sport and honor those who have shaped it over time by showcasing the National Sailing Hall of Fame and the America’s Cup Hall of Fame
  • Support area educators through on-site, hands-on STEAM learning experiences
  • Provide a first-rate tourist attraction that will add value to the Newport landscape
  • Build community through cross-generational partnerships, work, and volunteer opportunities
  • Support peer organizations in a common goal to grow sailing

Museum Store and Visitor Experience Manager will be responsible for all museum retail, buying, merchandising, recruiting, training, scheduling and overseeing floor staff and admissions/retail personnel. The perfect candidate will have great interpersonal skills, a love of customer service, keen eye for purchasing and merchandising and proven ability to show dynamic leadership to hire, train and motivate staff. A demonstrated understanding and excitement for The Sailing Museum’s mission is key.  Admissions and Store Manager is a key role in the visitor experience at the museum as you and your staff are the first point of contact to greet, assist and provide top notch customer service to all visitors and all patrons of the museum and gift shop. Must have a keen eye for merchandise that will sell well in the Newport market while maintaining a consistent nautical theme that aligns with the museum mission.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage all aspects of the museum store operations, purchasing, merchandising and online sales activity
  • Manage all aspects of the admissions process and ticketing system online and in-store
  • Learn and master the point of sale and CRM systems, and train other staff as needed
  • Encourage sales of memberships at ticket purchase and store check-out
  • Promote the educational interests of the museum and its exhibits with specially selected merchandise and signage
  • Work on product development and inclusion of local items
  • Create an inventory monitoring system and manage vendor and consignment relationships
  • Ensure the museum is well represented; maintain organized and tidy lobby and shop areas
  • Prepare records and regular reports on attendance/audience data
  • Prepare records and regular reports on retail sales
  • Work with executive staff to recruit hourly staff for the museum store
  • Train and manage staff and volunteers supporting museum store and admissions
  • Work collaboratively with the Finance Director to implement annual business goals, ensure inventory controls, reporting and processing of sales and orders and setting sales goals to keep revenue on budget
  • Work with Communications and Marketing Manager to promote the store and special sales, promotions and events
  • Liaise with executive office on reservations for special event rentals
  • Coordinate with Director of Programs and Exhibits on group reservations and visits
  • With other staff and volunteers, maintain a safe and secure public space in the lobby area

Experience & Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years of retail management and point of sale/CRM experience
  • Strong retail sales background with inventory purchasing and merchandising skills
  • Strong organizational abilities, including prioritizing attention to detail, store aesthetic, planning and budgetary management
  • Implement best practices for retail and staff management
  • Proven ticketing experience in a museum or attraction setting
  • Proven record of effective budget and scheduling management experience
  • Knowledge of the Newport area and sailing preferred
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including weekends, nights and holidays

This is a full-time position that offers a competitive nonprofit salary and benefit package commensurate with experience.

Applications:

Email cover letter and resume to [email protected] please attach pdfs of your cover letter and resume, titled with the position and your last name, email subject with Museum Store and Visitor Experience Manager.  No phone calls, please. The Sailing Museum requires employees to become fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and new employees must provide proof of at least their first shot prior to the first day of employment. Individuals may seek a medical or religious exemption to the vaccination requirement.  Physical demands typically associated with the position include but are not limited to, light work, lifting, reaching, organizing, and moving inventory.

The Sailing Museum is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment.

Collections Manager, International Tennis Hall of Fame

Overview
The International Tennis Hall of Fame preserves and promotes the history of tennis and celebrates its
champions, thereby serving as a vital partner in the growth of tennis globally. The Museum is an AAM-Accredited organization and a Smithsonian Affiliate located in Newport, Rhode Island. Housed in the
Newport Casino, a National Historic Landmark, the Museum is dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of tennis, examining its impact on our culture, and preserving the history of the
Newport Casino. The ITHF accomplishes these goals by collecting, maintaining, interpreting, and exhibiting its collections for a global diverse audience.

The Collections Manager, reporting to the Curator of Collections, will perform a variety of professional
collections management duties in support of the diverse collections of the ITHF. These duties include, but
are not limited to: assisting in the acquisition, documentation, handling, and movement of collections
materials; assisting in the direct care of all collections material (artifact, archive, photographic archive,
audio-visual archive, and library); overseeing permanent collection and loan records; assisting in the
development, installation, and deinstallation of museum exhibits; assisting in the enhancement of the
Museum’s online experience (including digital exhibits and getting collections online); and assisting with
internal and external research inquiries. The successful candidate is expected to work both independently
and as part of a team.

Key Responsibilities and Priorities
• Ensure that all collections materials (permanent collection and loans) are properly documented
according to AAM professional standards.
• Process and catalogue all new acquisitions to the collection, including compiling quarterly gift lists for
the Museum Committee and the preparation and execution of gift paperwork.
• Cataloguing, rehousing, and inventorying diverse materials in permanent collection (artifact, archival,
and library).
• Ensure that all collections materials are stored safely and properly, and that their movements are
tracked. Identify storage and conservation needs and make recommendations.
• Generate and maintain all documentation pertaining to incoming and outgoing loans including
exhibition contracts, loan agreements, receipts, shipping documents, and condition reports. Arrange for
appropriate shipping and crating for incoming and outgoing loans.
• Work with the Digital Asset Manager to coordinate digitization of collections materials. Assist with the
processing and organization of digital assets.
• Fulfills external and internal requests for permanent collection images and corresponding information.
Assist in external general research inquiries as needed.
• Assist in the development and installation of exhibits, both physical and digital.

Required Skills:
• Knowledge and passion for history, tennis and/or sports. Solid research skills on sports or popular
culture history preferred.
• Master’s degree in history, museum studies, library science, archival management, material culture
studies, or related field.
• Minimum of five (5) years of professional, hands-on museum collections experience.
• Experience working with diverse collections materials (artifact, archival, and library).
• Knowledge of best practices in museum collections care and management.
• Knowledge of and experience with museum registration methods, cataloguing, preventative
conservation and storage practices; legal and insurance issues; and procedures governing copyright, fair
use, image rights management, and reproductions.
• Experience overseeing domestic and international shipping arrangements.
• Knowledge of museum collections management database programs (ITHF uses MimsyXG) and digital
asset management systems (ITHF uses Piction and Widen). Experience with Crystal Reports is preferred.
• Excellent computer skills, including working knowledge of both Mac and PC based systems, Microsoft
Office 365, Adobe Creative Suite, and collections management database programs (ITHF uses
MimsyXG), Experience with Crystal Reports and DAMS preferred (ITHF uses Piction and Widen).
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to work well under pressure and with conflicting requests. Demonstrated ability to work
independently, collaboratively, and effectively with others under pressure amidst shifting priorities,
managing time, staying organized, and meeting deadlines effectively.
• Physical ability to move about the museum’s galleries, storage areas (both onsite and offsite), and office
areas, and to lift and move collections materials as needed, minimum of 25 pounds.

Location, Employment Type & Compensation
• Position is based at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island.
• Full Time, Exempt
• Salary range: $65,000-75,000
• This position requires the flexibility to work weekends and evenings when necessary.
• The International Tennis Hall of Fame is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will
receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, gender identity or expression, sexual
orientation, religion, national origin, disability status, familial status, or any other category protected
under applicable federal, state or local law. We strongly encourage individuals of all backgrounds to
apply.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Nicole Markham, Curator of Collections at
[email protected] by December 17. No phone calls, please.

Research and Education Manager, International Tennis Hall of Fame

Overview
The International Tennis Hall of Fame preserves and promotes the history of tennis and celebrates its
champions, thereby serving as a vital partner in the growth of tennis globally. The Museum is an AAM-Accredited organization and a Smithsonian Affiliate located in Newport, Rhode Island. Housed in the
Newport Casino, a National Historic Landmark, the Museum is dedicated to fostering an appreciation of
the historical development of tennis, examining its impact on our culture, and preserving the history of
the Newport Casino. The Museum accomplishes these goals by collecting, maintaining, interpreting, and
exhibiting its collections for a diverse audience.

This position, which reports to the Curator, will work with the Content Team to provide valuable research
to support to promote the ITHF to staff, writers, the public, and the greater tennis community.

The Research and Education Manager has a primary responsibility for being the institutional resource for
research within the collection and greater tennis history. The ideal candidate is highly organized,
personable, can work independently as well as with a team, and has a passion for exploring the untold
stories of history. The candidate also curates digital and in-person educational content for adults and
children and may appear before groups as a spokesperson to present on research topics related to tennis
history and the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Key Responsibilities and Priorities
• Support the Curator to ensure museum is operating in accordance with the American Alliance of
Museums (AAM) professional standards.
• Work with the Content team on development of both physical and digital exhibits.
• Develop educational and public programs that promote the history of tennis.
• Assist with Enshrinement process including researching, writing, and editing nominee bios and
maintaining records on all nominees, Enshrinement process, and Hall of Famers.
• Provide ideas and research to support content plans for ITHF events including Hall of Fame
Weekend, Induction Ceremony and Legends Ball.
• Assist across all ITHF departments with research needed in strategic projects.
• Perform searches and answer requests from the public for information and material.
• Provide outreach, reference, and research services to staff and external users, including image
requests for publications, exhibitions, programming, publicity, etc.
• Accession, appraise, process, describe, and preserve archival material, including electronic
records using industry standard best practices.
• Build audiences and oversee outreach with regional groups to create sustained relationship with
community partners.
• Create resources on teaching centered on the history of tennis, the Hall of Famers and the
Museum collection.
• Work closely with the ITHF museum professionals to develop, implement, and oversee the
museum’s schedule of public programs. Establish an evaluation process to regularly review
success of the public programs. Engage in best practices of inclusion to all museum programs.
• Organize trainings and materials for staff and volunteers on special exhibitions, public programs,
and the permanent collection.

Required Skills:
• Excellent research skills.
• Knowledge of museum database programs
• Ability to juggle many projects and meet deadlines in a high-energy, fast-paced environment.
• Excellent computer skills, experience, and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
• Strong written and oral communications skills required.
• Self-motivated and committed to workplace participation and diversity
• Ability to work with many departments.
• Enjoys formal and informal public speaking and interactions.

Qualifications
• Professional experience working in research, education and/or B.A. in Education, Museum
Studies, Humanities or Art History.
• Archival Management or Related Field
• At least 5-years relevant experience
• Knowledge and appreciation of the sport of tennis.

Location, Employment Type & Compensation
• Full Time, Exempt
• Salary range: $45,000-55,000
• This position requires the flexibility to work weekends and evenings when necessary.
• The International Tennis Hall of Fame is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, gender identity
or expression, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability status, familial status, or any
other category protected under applicable federal, state or local law. We strongly encourage
individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Nicole Markham, Curator of Collections at
[email protected] by December 17. No phone calls, please.

Director, Paul W. Bryant Museum, The University of Alabama.

One of five public museums in The University of Alabama Museums system, The Paul W. Bryant Museum (https://bryantmuseum.com/) is dedicated to collecting and preserving items related to the rich sports history of The University of Alabama and educating the public about that history through engaging exhibits and public programs.  This position is responsible for planning and oversight of all museum activities, financial management, staff management, directing staff in the development of engaging programs and exhibits, public relations, and marketing. The Director reports to the Executive Director, University of Alabama Museums.  Application deadline July 1, 2021.  Visit UA’s employment website at www.staffjobs.ua.edu for more information and to apply. The University of Alabama is an equal-opportunity employer (EOE) including an EOE of protected vets and individuals with disabilities.

Required Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in museum studies, history or other relevant field and at least five (5) years of progressively responsible museum experience to include three (3) years in museum administration; or Master’s degree in museum studies, history or other relevant field and at least three (3) years of progressively responsible museum experience to include one (1) year in museum administration. Experience should include marketing, public relations, public speaking, collection policies and practices, educational programs, exhibit design and fundraising. Knowledge of personal computers and standard software applications.

Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in museum studies, history, American studies, or other relevant field and at least three (3) years of progressively responsible museum experience; or Ph.D. in museum studies, history, American studies or other relevant field and at least one (1) year of progressively responsible museum experience. Experience should include marketing, public relations, public speaking, collection policies and practices, educational programs, exhibit design and fundraising. Knowledge of personal computers and standard software applications.

Green Bay Packers – Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours Sales Executive

JOB SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for sales, supervision, and program administration associated with the sales and marketing activities for the Hall of Fame, Packers Heritage Trolley Tours, and Lambeau Field Stadium Tours. The daily work involves securing, booking, retaining groupsand actively recruiting new business for the Hall of Fame and Stadium ToursThe position involves extensive public contact and sales activities.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for all activities relating to securing, booking, and retaining groups visiting the Hall of Fame, Packers Heritage Trolley Tours, and Stadium Tours.
  • Schedules sales calls needed to hit aggressive metrics, attends trade shows, and other related events to promote the Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours to develop clientele. Assists with the daily activities associated with the groups visiting the Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours.
  • Manages and cross-trains staff to supervise group visits.
  • Creates strategic partnerships with Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, tourism associations, other attractions and hotels.
  • Promotes educational tools and resources available as add-ons to group events.
  • Develops and maintains a network of client contacts while also seeking new business.
  • Advanced understanding of customer relationship management system and process of servicing accounts.
  • Understands and creates sale forecasts and compiles month-end reports. Assists manager with financial reporting and creates yearly sales plan with itemized financial goals.
  • Assists with the development, implementation and administration of sales and marketing plans for the Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours.
  • Actively problem solves and troubleshoots in order to meet the needs of the guests.
  • Tracks sales while maintaining reports related to marketing campaigns, new programming options and market trends.
  • Markets and promotes the Hall of Fame, Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours, Stadium Tours, Lambeau Field Atrium and the Green Bay Area to potential visitors.
  • Attends trade shows, conferences and sales marketplaces promoting group visits to the Hall of Fame, Packers Heritage Trolley Tours and Stadium Tours.
  • Recommends operational policies, procedures, and new opportunities to help increase traffic in the Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours.
  • Maintains the teamwork and communications necessary with all related departments to assure smooth coordination of all department activities.
  • Performs related work as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or the equivalent training and experience.
  • Five to ten years of experience in marketing, sales and tourism.
  • Working knowledge of computer applications as they relate to marketing, sales and contact management and tracking, related record keeping and reporting activities.
  • Ability to create financial reports and forecasts.
  • Ability to direct staff.
  • Communicates effectively, both in writing and orally, including speaking before large groups.
  • Ability to prepare meaningful and concise reports.
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with clients, potential clients and internal staff.
  • Exhibits strong listening skills in order to meet the needs of potential customers and develop recommendations to address those needs.
  • Ability to create and execute new ideas to promote business to the Hall of Fame & Stadium Tours.
  • Flexibility with hours, including evenings and occasional weekends.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

  • Ability to walk, sit, and stand for extended periods of time throughout the day.
  • Ability to remain in a stationary position for periods of time.
  • Ability to reach, stoop, and lift up to 20 lbs. when needed.
  • Ability to climb stairs and use ladders occasionally.
  • Ability to focus on projects for periods of time.
  • Operates in a professional office environment.
  • Role routinely uses standard office equipment.

TRAVEL: Some travel is expected for this position.

SUPERVISES: This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

SUPERVISED BY: Hall of Fame and Stadium Tour Manager

DEADLINE TO APPLY: June 1, 2021  –   APPLY HERE

National Baseball Hall of Fame: Manager of Visitor Experience

 The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museums seeks a successful and enthusiastic person to provide outstanding customer service as part of our Education and Visitor Experience team. This position will play a key role in the execution of memorable museum programs that meet quality expectations for Museum guests. The Manager of Visitor Experience creates and coordinates a diverse slate of museum programming events for a variety of audiences throughout the year.

The Manager of Visitor Experience will work closely with Visitor Services Manager, Visitor Services Assistant and Visitor Services staff as well as support the Education Department with events from conception through to completion. Responsibilities include assisting in supervision of special museum events and overall guest experience.  Key components of this position include event planning, customer service, and public presentations.

SCHEDULE:
This is a full-time position working approximately 35 hours per week including nights, weekends and holidays. Additional hours may be required as needed. Ability to work at least 15 weekends a year is expected.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES (Duties may include, but are not limited to the following):  

Coordinate and implement a variety of program events in-museum, out of museum and to virtual audiences

  • Manage all aspects of program events including but not limited to booking, logistical coordination, presentations and post-program evaluations
  • Serve as on-site and/or virtual manager of Museum presentations and large-scale public programs
  • Generate new in-museum and virtual programs to attract new audiences to the museum
  • Speak and give public presentations on selected topics; serve as host and moderator as needed
  • Create and execute online and virtual programs to support the Museum’s education outreach program
  • Learns and obtains accurate information about the Museum, exhibits, programs and services.
  • Assist with VIP greetings and Museum tours initiated by senior staff, visitor, custom tours, etc.
  • Organize and facilitate on-site and virtual programming needs including, but not limited to birthday parties, overnights, tours, Hall of Fame Classic and Induction events. Includes events on nights and weekends.
  • Liaison to community and outreach efforts to reach new audiences
  • Develop, write and update event calendar for Hall of Fame and third party partners
  • Train and supervise interns in the implementation of museum programming and museum events

 ADDITIONAL DUTIES (Duties may include, but are not limited to the following):  

  • Serve as a member of the Education team, assisting with on-site and virtual school programs
  • Assists in training and assigning work to visitor service staff and volunteers
  • Work with the Communications department to provide information about Museum programs for press releases and other Hall of Fame publications
  • Deliver public address announcements and facilities Museum visitor awareness of daily programs
  • Contribute to the researching and writing of Hall of Fame publications
  • Fulfill Hall of Fame Weekend duties as assigned
  • Perform all other duties as required and assigned

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

 EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in education, museum studies, communications, events or related field

EXPERIENCE:

  • Provide excellent customer service to Museum guests, members of the community and all those contacted while performing job functions.
  • Skilled at public speaking, customer service, event planning and writing.
  • Baseball interest and knowledge preferred.
  • Virtual platforms (Zoom, Skype, Google, WebEx, etc.)
  • HTML and website updating

ABILITIES:

  • Provide excellent customer service to Museum guests, members of the community and all those contacted while performing job functions.
  • Enjoy working with the public, meeting new people and partnering with various departments within the Museum.
  • Be a positive team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Communicate effectively with co-workers and the public, including public speaking.
  • Ability to problem solve and deal with a variety of variables in situations.
  • Proficient organizational and time management skills with strong multi-tasking abilities.
  • Lead and train interns and volunteers.
  • Work independently and make appropriate decisions.
  • Work in a flexible and creative manner with projects and assignments.
  • Follow oral and written instructions.
  • Ability to speak Spanish or other language preferred
  • Adhere to all work rules, procedures and policies including, but not limited to those contained in the employee handbook.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Sensory demands include speaking, hearing, touching and seeing.
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time, climb stairs and occasionally bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push and pull drawers to retrieve and file information.
  • Ability to work night, weekend and holidays as needed.
  • Occasionally lift, move and carry objects that typically weigh up to 25 pounds.

TYPICAL EQUIPMENT USED:

  • Two Way Radio with earpiece
  • Computer/Tablet Skills-Email
  • Telephone
  • Virtual Conference Software
  • Theater equipment
  • Baseball artifacts (bats, balls, helmets, caps, gloves, uniforms, etc.)

Apply Here

Pro Football Hall of Fame

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is seeking a full-time Registrar to be responsible for the accession and legal documentation of the world’s preeminent collection of professional football artifacts. The Registrar will also assist the Museum Services staff in the care of and exhibition of this great collection. The Pro Football Hall of Fame has achieved Accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums. The successful candidate will support the Hall of Fame in its “Continuum of Excellence” necessary for Accreditation. Please click on the link below to apply:

https://profootballhof.hrmdirect.com/employment/job-opening.php?req=1574469&&cust_sort1=135332&#job

NBA Partnership Development

https://nbacareers.nba.com/s/WtCFU9

REQ ID:  5070

LOCATION:  

New York, New York, US, 10022

At the NBA, we’re passionate about growing and celebrating the game of basketball. Through the intensity of the game and the amazing athletic skill of our players, we deliver excitement to hundreds of millions of fans around the world.

As a global sports and media business, the NBA is so much more. While Basketball Operations runs the league’s on-court activities, other departments manage relationships with television and digital media partners, develop marketing partnerships with some of the world’s most recognizable companies, oversee the licensing of NBA merchandise, and handle a wide range of responsibilities that drive the NBA’s success.

Position Summary:

At the NBA, we’re passionate about growing and celebrating the game of basketball. We’re one of the world’s most popular sports leagues with millions of fans across the world and we always look for new ways to bring them closer to our game. We are looking for a brilliant mind to join our team. We’re creative thinkers and strategic minds who strive to win for both our partners and our business. We have a passion for brands and sports, and a hunger to reach fans with a message they want to hear. As Partnership Development, you’ll inspire and create compelling, targeted partnership platforms to drive revenue across the NBA, WNBA, G-League and USAB. Thinking strategically and creatively, this role is focused on developing new multichannel concepts and marketing programs for current and prospective partners. You must have a deep understanding of brands and business challenges, the ability to identify key audience insights, and the expertise to create, develop and sell-in big ideas. Working collaboratively with New Business, Account Management, Retail, Broadcast Partners, Social, and other internal and external constituents, you must be an excellent communicator and solid team player.

Major Responsibility:

  • Identify key insights from our fan research that translate into partnership platforms and concepts
  • Understand the partner’s brand DNA, marketing challenge and target audience to address partner objectives
  • Develop strategic rationale for partnerships based upon brand alignment (NBA and partner)
  • Deliver impactful on-brand and on-target partnership programs for new business prospects and current partners
  • Facilitate ideation by leading cross-functional brainstorms to inform creative solutions
  • Use storytelling to effectively sell-in partnership ideas with new business and account teams
  • Lead projects from start to finish with minimal oversight
  • Communicate frequently with internal teams to vet and advance saleable opportunities
  • Build internal relationships and work collaboratively
  • Stay informed on brand marketing and sports sponsorship trends
  • Direct (creative strategist) teammate in development of impactful and break-through presentations

Required Skills/Knowledge:

  • Deep understanding of marketing, partnership strategy and/or brand management
  • Ability to distill large amounts of fan research into actionable audience insights
  • Brilliant storytelling skills through written, verbal and visual communications
  • Ability to develop and execute cross-platform concepts
  • Understanding of visual attributes need to tell a persuasive, marketing story
  • Ability to speak the language of branding, marketing and business
  • Proven background in managing well-designed and highly polished deliverables
  • Strong organization skills, including attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize effectively
  • Desire to work in a collaborative environment and be a team player
  • Excellent computer skills (PowerPoint, Word, Excel); Photoshop experience preferred
  • Five+ years of related work experience
  • Experience in advertising/creative agency, brand management or content / media company
  • Varsity team-athlete experience favorable

Education:

Bachelors degree in Business preferred or relevant work experience

We Consider Applicants For All Positions On The Basis Of Merit, Qualifications And Business Needs, And Without Regard To Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Alienage Or Citizenship Status, Ancestry, Marital Status, Creed, Genetic Predisposition Or Carrier Status, Sexual Orientation, Veteran Status, Familial Status, Status As A Victim Of Domestic Violence Or Any Other Status Or Characteristic Protected By Applicable Federal, State, Or Local Law.

Nearest Major Market: Manhattan
Nearest Secondary Market: New York City
Job Segment: Advertising, Branding, Brand Manager, Marketing

Pro Football Hall of Fame

2021 Summer Internships – Click Here

Heritage Werks

Exhibit Curator

Heritage Werks specializes in archival services and heritage communications. Our clients include professional sports teams, luxury and fashion brands, and leading corporations in health, finance, entertainment and technology. We’re growing rapidly and have a great opportunity based out of our Atlanta metro area headquarters.

We’re looking for an exhibit curator who can help drive interactive, digital and physical exhibits for our clients, collaborating closely with our existing team of historians, researchers, archivists and writers. Sports fans especially encouraged to apply.

This is a full-time salaried position.

More details and application directions are here: https://www.heritagewerks.com/careers-exhibit-curator.html

National Baseball Hall of Fame

Reference Librarian

JOB SUMMARY:

Provision of library public services to patrons of the A. Bartlett Giamatti

Research Center, including basic reference and research assistance, enforce
library policies regarding public use of the collection, help to preserve and
maintain the library collections, assist in content creation for museum
programs and publications.

PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS:

1) Organize and maintain master schedule for research appointments and
group visits, handle reference desk operations for on-site researchers,
oversight of public library calendar;

2) Organize and respond to patron inquiries received via email, telephone, mail,
fax and on-site visits;

3) Interact and provide excellent customer service assistance to patrons in identifying,

locating, and accessing information

4) Handle invoicing and petty cash account;

5) Train and schedule of volunteers and interns;

6) Enforce all policies and regulations regarding the use of library
and archival material, and applicable copyright and intellectual property laws;
7) Coordinate with Education Department regarding K-12 and Steele Intern
activities and programs.

SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS:

1) Assist in the creation of unique content (research, writing and
editing) for use at the institution’s web site, publications program (magazine,
yearbook, press releases, etc.), retail projects (books, documentaries,
merchandise, etc.), and other similar activities;

2) Maintain physical appearance and good order of the Giamatti Research Center;

3) Participate in library and museum public programs;

4) Participate in the acquisition of new material for the archival,
library and museum collections;

5) Assist in institution sponsored events as needed;

6)Other related duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

EDUCATION – Bachelor’s degree from an accredited
four year college or university required. Master’s degree in Library Science
(MLS) or MLIS from an American Library-Association accredited institution strongly
preferred.

EXPERIENCE – 1-3
years of relevant library experience

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to communicate effectively in written and oral expression. Ability to deal with the public in a
professional, highly attentive and courteous manner. Basic knowledge of library reference operations and
baseball history

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: retrieve and re-shelve library material, ability to lift up to 60 lbs.

TYPICAL EQUIPMENT USED: computer,
scanner, fax, microfilm, photocopier, recorded media equipment

Click here to apply

Town of Parry Sound – Job Posting

Marketing & Digital Media Intern – Bobby Orr Hall of Fame

Located amidst the 30,000 islands of Georgian Bay and a 2.5 hour-drive north of Toronto, the Town of Parry Sound offers an exceptional quality of life. Join us as our Marketing & Digital Media Intern at the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame in this full-time one-year contract position.

Responsibilities:

You will take the lead on the development and implementation of a marketing plan for the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame and Gift Shop. Assist with planning, preparation and execution of a major renovation of the Gift Shop. Build engaging and informative content and exhibits for the Hall of Fame website, newsletter and social media channels.

Find a complete job description on the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame website at (https://www.bobbyorrhalloffame.com/employment-opportunity-marketing-digital-media-intern/)

Eligibility Requirements:

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) funding for the position requires the following:

– University and college graduates who have graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university.

– Candidates must be graduates of post-secondary degree or diploma programs.

– The position must provide the intern with first time employment in their field of study.

– Candidates are only eligible to participate in the internship program one time.

– Candidates must be legally entitled to work in Canada.

Job Specific Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

– Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

– Strong project management skills.

– Exceptional customer service skills.

– Ability to perform tasks with minimal supervision.

– Excellent knowledge of computer applications and social media, high-level word processing skills and ability to grasp new systems and concepts readily.

– Ability to perform multiple, concurrent tasks.

– Ability to work with volunteers and as a member of a team.

– Understanding of the need for confidentiality, tact and discretion in a public environment.

Benefits:

This is a full-time 35 hour/week, one-year contract intern position at a salary of $35,908/year.

Response:

Please submit by e-mail only and in one document, your cover letter and resume, confirming your eligibility, and providing details of your education, training, and experience by 4 PM on Thursday, January 31, 2019 to: Caitlin Dyer, Bobby Orr Hall of Fame Curator, at [email protected].

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for employment assessment purposes only.

The Town of Parry Sound is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes.  Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under the Town of Parry Sound Recruitment Policy.  If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

We thank in advance all applicants for their interest. We will contact those applicants selected for an interview.

This position is conditional on approval of (NOHFC) Internship funding.