The Eiteljorg Museum seeks to attract, select and develop a diversely talented staff of people. We offer competitive packages and practice equal opportunity employment policies. In this section, find listings for any open positions.
The Eiteljorg Museum is currently accepting resumes and or applications for the Corporate Relations Manager position.
Please see the attached full job description. Resumes and cover letters should be sent to email@example.com, faxed to 317.275.1340, or mailed to Eiteljorg Museum, Personnel, 500 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
Title: Corporate Relations Manager
Reporting Relationship: VP for Development
Employees Supervised: 0
The Corporate Relations Manager serves as the lead staff person responsible for establishing and nurturing relationships between the Eiteljorg Museum and the corporate community and is responsible for corporate sponsorships, memberships and some in-kind gifts.
The Eiteljorg Museum is currently accepting resumes and or applications for the part-time position of Librarian. This 20 hour a week hourly position maintains the Watanabe Family Library and the Zimmerman Resource Center as well as acts as liaison and main contact with the Indianapolis Public Library. Acceptable applicants will have a Master of Library Science from an ALA-accredited program with a degree in Art, Art History, Anthropology, American Western subjects and/or a closely related field. They also must be very organized and have the ability to pay close attention to detail.
Please see the attached full job description. Resumes should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, faxed to (317) 275-1340, or mailed to Eiteljorg Museum, Personnel, 500 W Washington St Indianapolis, IN 46204.
Department: Education and Public Programs
Status: Non-exempt (Part-Time, 20 Hours Per Week)
Reporting Relationship: VP for Public Programs
Employees Supervised: 0; Manages 5-6 Volunteers
The Eiteljorg Museum librarian manages the Watanabe Family Library and the Zimmerman Resource Center. The library houses over eight thousand titles and includes thirteen active periodical subscriptions. The librarian manages all aspects of the library, including library and resource center volunteers, and is the liaison to the Indianapolis Public Library Partnership.
1. Ensure excellent patron relations:
2. Maintain and expand the library holdings, which includes working in conjunction with staff to review and provide strategic direction for the library:
3. Prepare and manage library budget
4. Team member of the NMP Education Center:
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in downtown Indianapolis seeks a student to assist the Development Department in its efforts to improve its membership program and develop better relationships with its donors.
The internship would start on or around Jan. 22, 2019, and would continue through early May 2019, but can be adjusted to finish earlier or later depending on the applicant’s college calendar and requirements. Typically, this position would be 15 to 20 hours per week during business hours on weekdays, though they may be asked to assist with some evening or weekend special events.
Qualified applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references to Cassandra Sanborn at email@example.com.
Title: Spring Membership and Donor Engagement Internship
Responsibilities may include:
Qualities the Eiteljorg Museum seeks in an intern are: reliability, dependability, creativity, self-confidence, good verbal and written skills, a pleasant, professional demeanor, strong time-management skills, ability to follow specific directions, willingness to take on assignments that have tight deadlines, a flexible schedule, a desire to learn from experienced colleagues and the ability to work cooperatively with people of many backgrounds. The intern must follow all museum policies and procedures in the museum employee handbook.
This is an unpaid position, but the intern will have access to certain cost-saving privileges, including free parking 24/7 at the museum’s underground parking garage at a prime location in White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis, free admission to the museum and museum programs, discounts to the museum café and store, and discounts to other participating Indianapolis museums and attractions. During the internship, the intern will be able to attend and enjoy the Eiteljorg’s high-quality receptions. There are many intangible benefits, including the opportunity to interact with and learn from museum executives and curatorial staff about the nonprofit world, attend informal orientation sessions, hone professional office skills, build a portfolio, develop a professional network and acquire effective job references. The museum will attempt to schedule internship hours to coordinate with classes or any outside employment commitments the intern might have.
Although the Eiteljorg Museum cannot guarantee that an intern will receive college credit for the internship, the Membership/Donor Engagement manager will be happy to coordinate with the intern’s faculty advisor to provide documentation that might assist the student in receiving academic credit for their work, time and effort.
Minimum Requirement: The applicant should be an enrolled undergraduate student, graduate student, or recent graduate majoring in arts administration, nonprofit management, or a related field. The applicant should be detail-oriented, a strong writer, and must have experience with Microsoft Office software. The ability to use a database is required; experience with Raiser’s Edge or TAM is a preferred but is not required.
About the Museum: The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art was founded by Indianapolis businessman and philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg. Our mission is to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the art, history, and cultures of the American West and the indigenous peoples of North America. For more information about our organization: www.eiteljorg.org