Boca Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
T: 561.392.2500 F: 561.391.6410
Tuesday - Friday
Saturday & Sunday
10AM - 5PM
NOON - 5PM
10AM - 9PM
Children(12 & under)
|CLOSED Mondays and holidays
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Careers at the Museum
The Graphic Designer is a full-time position at the Boca Museum of Art reporting to the Director of Administration. This position serves a key role in creating and maintaining a compelling and unified graphic design program for the Museum. Designs a variety of marketing materials including brochures and other printed materials, banners, signage, print ads, advertising and marketing collateral produced for electronic distribution. Assists with the Museum website; images and graphics as well as introducing visually compelling new features.
- Conceive, design, produce and independently manage projects from inception through printing or digital publication, maintaining the highest design standards and Museum brand identity within graphic materials.
- Manage production schedule: In consultation with the Director of Administration and the Technology & Digital Communications Officer, sets production schedules and priorities for projects to be completed in-house.
- Work with the Director of Marketing/PR in tracking and managing cost-conscious design and publications budget.
- Provides images, logos and other graphics and technical expertise for marketing design projects.
- Works with printers to communicate specifications and ensure quality materials, to acquire bids, and attends press checks when requested, to assure quality control in the printing process itself.
- Interfaces with appropriate departments to ensure accuracy. Guides project through departments for editorial review and to Director of Marketing/PR for design and content approval.
- Ensures the Museum’s logo is properly applied and style guides are followed.
- In concert with the Curatorial Department, determines design concepts for exhibitions and related signage and marketing.
- Performs technical tasks including conversion of documents; resizing, scanning and color-correcting of images; loading files to the server.
- Obtains advertising specifications and coordinates placements according to advertising plan developed by Director of Marketing/PR.
- Ensures all design and copyright requirements for the reproduction of art works are followed
- Assist Technology & Digital Communications Officer in maintaining and updating Museum website, technology and mobile channels.
- Participate in the social media campaigns
- Creates systems for managing content and editorial work flow for database-driven sections of Website working with the Technology & Digital Communication Officer.
- Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
- Minimum 5 years experience with all aspects of graphic design, multimedia design, web site design.
- Experience creating collateral materials for national/international brands, museums or other art/culture-related projects a plus.
- Expertise in design software including Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premier Pro), Acrobat Pro, HTML, Flash, Dreamweaver or comparable software skills. High degree of proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- Proven record of successfully negotiating with other professionals in the marketplace.
- Excellent verbal and visual communications skills required. Attention to detail.
- An ability to work effectively with a variety of personalities and maintain friendly and courteous relationships with the staff, board and patrons.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule of hours to include some evenings and some weekends.
- A valid drivers license.
E-mail resume, examples of work and salary expectation to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit hard copy to:
Roberta Stewart, Director of Administration
Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Part-time Non-Exempt: 24 hours per week (1248 hours annually)
Under the direction of the Director of Administration, the Administrative Liaison offers support to the Director and Director of Administration as well as to the Development Department, particularly in regard to membership activities (Benefactors' Circle, Collectors Forum and Friends).
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Director/Director of Administration
- Prepare PowerPoint presentations for Director as needed.
- Work with Director of Administration on Art Festival event
- Field questions and inquiries from Museum members and the general public via phone and e-mail about all Museum special events.
- Maintain on-line event calendars.
- Distribute e-mail blasts to targeted audiences.
- Serves as back-up for Museum Receptionist as needed.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Administration.
- Creates information packs as requested
- Create fliers, coordinates mailings, answer phone enquiries and takes RSVPs for 14 events
- Enters reservations in appropriate excel sheets
- Liaises with volunteer leadership and sends bi-weekly booking sheets
- International Film Series: Create/monitor database, process ticket sales via telephone and mail orders, communicate with members and subscribers, prepare function sheets and check-in lists prior to event.
- Work with Receptionist to create name badges for 14 events, guest list for each event and coordinate final revenue with Finance Department
Meet Me at the Museum
- Coordinates reservations and ticket sales for 8-9 events
- Ensures emails are added to master list
- Creates check-in sheets
- New Prospect Database
- Helps maintain prospect lists within Raiser’s Edge (enters contact info, relationships, etc.)
- Creates letters, envelopes, and labels, etc. for mailing prospects
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION: Requires a High School Diploma or Equivalent. Associate’s Degree in Business/Administration or Bachelor’s Degree in Business preferred.
EXPERIENCE: Three + years experience in an office environment. Non-profit experience a plus.
Requirements: Advanced skill in using Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Raiser’s Edge proficiency a plus. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends.
SKILLS: Must be able to type 50 wpm, and be able to effectively manage multiple projects at one time.
ABILITY: Must be able to work with little supervision and be customer focused.
COMMUNICATION: Excellent written and oral communication skills required. May deal with confidential and complex customer service issues. Job requires communication on a regular basis with senior staff members and internal and external customers.
Qualified applicants should send their resume and salary expectation to email@example.com
||Museum Education Intern
||Beginning of semester
Internship Job Description:
Qualified individuals will assist the Education Department in:
- assisting with the implementation of the Education Mornings and Contemplate & Create program. Responsibilities include inventory of art supplies, assisting with the operations of the program, photo documenting, light research, and filing.
- creating family treasure hunts for special and permanent exhibitions.
- researching in-depth for upcoming exhibitions and individual artists.
- developing museum lessons based on permanent collections.
- maintaining art films library and selecting upcoming films.
- writing scripts for cell phone tours.
- organizing and updating docent files, tracking hours of service, etc.
Applicants should be upper division students (junior, senior or graduate) majoring in an education, art- or museum-related discipline. They should be organized, detail-oriented and computer literate. Applicants should also have a general knowledge of art terminology and education theories/practices, possess excellent writing skills and LOVE working with people. The internship places you in a dedicated, professional and dynamic education office.
Interested applicants can email a letter of interest, resume and three references toClaire Elisabeth Clum, Curator of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.