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History Nebraska (Lincoln, Nebraska)

Procurement Manager
History Nebraska is seeking a creative and resulted-oriented procurement professional to manage all aspects of the procurement process for both products and services. The successful candidate will be a quick learner who enjoys helping others while adhering to state procurement standards. Under supervision from our CFO, the procurement manager will serve as the primary contact to staff with procurement needs, then will oversee the process from start to finish. History Nebraska is a statewide educational institution that connects people to the past through our library and research center, conservation facility, interpretive sites, and the state archeology and historic preservation offices. History Nebraska preserves and interprets our state’s past, contributes to the education of its citizens, and uses the tools of history to shape a better future for all Nebraskans. Salary: $23.82 – $35.73 Hourly. For full job listing, click here.

Digital Content Coordinator
History Nebraska is seeking a highly motivated and creative individual to serve as the agency’s Digital Content Coordinator. As a member of the marketing team, this position is accountable for developing and maintaining the agency’s social media platforms, managing the website, and taking photographs for marketing needs. This position works directly with the marketing director to manage History Nebraska’s brand in the digital world and share our fantastic content with our followers. History Nebraska is a statewide educational institution that connects people to the past through our library and research center, conservation facility, interpretive sites, and the state archeology and historic preservation offices. History Nebraska’s objective is to become the most engaging and relevant state historical society in the nation. Salary: $17.05/hr. For full job listing, click here.


Museum of Nebraska Art (Kearney, Nebraska)

Development Assistant
his position provides complex support for the Museum of Nebraska’s fundraising function including considerable involvement with the donor and membership database. The Development Associate helps the museum secure contributed revenue from Membership and Annual Fund contributions and grants. She/he is responsible for directing and managing MONA’s efforts to secure funding from annual giving and other special projects. Salary Range $35,000 – $40,000. For full position details and how to apply, click here.

Custodian
The Custodian performs a wide range of cleaning support activities to facilitate the efficient and safe operation of MONA. Primary duties are to clean, sanitize, and maintain designated spaces within MONA both inside and outside of the building with careful attention to the safety of the artwork, staff and visitors. Hourly Rate: $13.00. For full position details and how to apply, click here.

Curator
The Curator provides leadership and strategic direction for the intellectual and interpretive strategies of the Museum of Nebraska Art’s curatorial program including research, design, and implementation of innovative exhibition strategies; care, management, and development of art collections. This position supervises and coordinates aspects of the curatorial department including but not limited to: acquisition, publication, and conservation. Salary range: $50,000-$60,000. For full position details and how to apply, click here.

Facilities Manager
The Facilities Manager is responsible for coordination, maintenance, and security of the Museum of Nebraska Art building, systems and grounds. An ability to prioritize, schedule and implement projects within a changing work environment while adhering to the time sensitive nature of museum production work is critical. She/he must be able to communicate clearly, be detail oriented, and self-motivated. An ability to anticipate the next move, to handle stress and to stay focused is essential. Salary range: $36,000 -$42,000. For full position details and how to apply, click here.

Primary Visitors Service Representative
MONA’s Visitor Services Representatives support the mission and safety of MONA by sharing knowledge about exhibitions and keeping artwork and people safe. They are the first official point of contact to Museum visitors, and as such, help provide positive experiences for all ages. The position is knowledgeable and shares information to the public about exhibitions, collections, the Museum building, and MONA’s history. Hourly rate: $10.00. For full position details and how to apply, click here.

Secondary Visitors Service Representative
A. Visitor Services Representatives – MONA’s Visitor Services Representatives support the mission and safety of MONA by sharing knowledge about exhibitions and keeping artwork and people safe. They are the first official point of contact to Museum visitors, and as such, help provide positive experiences for all ages. The position is knowledgeable and shares information to the public about exhibitions, collections, the Museum building, and MONA’s history.
B. Anne Thorne Weaver Museum Shop Representative – Representatives perform sales as needed in the Shop on weekends assisting guests with purchases and questions. Hourly rate: $9.50. For full position details and how to apply, click here.

Anne Thorne Weaver Museum Shop Manager 
This position is responsible for the retail sales operation of the Museum Shop. This includes managing daily store operations, purchasing, merchandising, product development, inventory control, and administrative functions such as planning, marketing and analysis, cash management and sales functions, and reconciling sales receipts and reports. Retail operation and volunteers are a critical part of the museum experience and programs, and as such, this position will ensure that the Shop is aligned with MONA’s mission. Hourly rate: $17.00. For full position details and how to apply, click here.


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