Posted on July 1st, 2013 by Rachel
The Jewish Museum of Maryland, a dynamic, growing museum of regional Jewish history and culture, seeks a creative and enthusiastic Program Manager to conceptualize, organize, and manage the Museum’s full range of public programs and special events. The Program Manager will work with the education and curatorial departments to create inventive programs and events based on the Museum’s exhibits, collections, historic sites, core themes, and mission. Working within the Education and Program Department, and reporting to the Director of Education, the Program Manager occasionally leads Museum tours for groups and walk-in visitors. The Program Manager will also market the Museum and its programs, will work with designers to create promotional materials, and will help to connect the Museum to its many constituencies.
Candidate must possess skills in the following areas: writing, public speaking, computers (knowledge of using Mac computer as well as graphic design software), and working in a team environment. Program development and marketing experience desired. Bachelor’s degree plus three to five years relevant professional experience are required. This is a full-time position with occasional Sunday and evening hours. We offer a competitive salary with benefits and a collegial and team-oriented work environment.
Send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and names and phone numbers of three references to:
101 West Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
For information on the Jewish Museum of Maryland, an AAM-accredited museum, see:
Posted on January 20th, 2013 by Rachel
The Jewish Museum of Maryland has part-time Museum Educator positions available! The Museum Educator will be expected to give a variety of tours to a wide range of school audiences. This spring, the galleries will house the Voices of Lombard Street exhibit, Zap, Pow, Bam and The Synagogue Speaks. Museum Educators will also help facilitate education programs in our exhibition galleries. In addition to facilitating school groups, the Museum Educator will help with the creation of developmentally appropriate activities that are relevant to our exhibits and our historic sites. Museum Educators will also have opportunities to lead general public tours. Museum Educators will be paid at the rate of $15.00 per hour.
Please email Education Director Ilene Dackman-Alon at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply. Include the subject line: Museum Educator Positions and attach a resume, cover letter, and three references.
Posted on November 12th, 2012 by Rachel
For our new living history character Bessie Bluefeld!
This is a living history one-woman show; approximately one hour in length (45 minute performance and 15 minute Q & A) for an actress, age range: 25 – 35 years old, preferably 5’ 4” or shorter, dress size 12 – 18 and can speak with a realistic Russian accent.
For more information, click here!