President, The Mariners’ Museum

The Mariners’ Museum is seeking a new President to lead the Museum into a new era of innovation and national presence. The President is responsible for increasing the visibility, prominence, financial resources, relevance and impact of The Mariners’ Museum. S/he must be a leader who can garner respect and support of donors, government leaders, other non-profits and experts in the field. This individual must know how to grow enterprises, take a good brand and make it great, build a world class operation, develop and nurture partnerships, and be a catalyst who can lead and motivate others while creating excitement and energy around The Mariners’ Museum and all its potential.

28 August 2012

Museum Teacher
Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic, CT
Education Department, Museum Teacher: (Year-round, seasonal) This position facilitates interactive, hands-on, engaging, and inspirational learning for students and adults pertaining to Mystic Seaport Museum and maritime history. This position is highly seasonal, with the busiest season and the potential for the most hours April-June, the second busiest season September-November. During the winter there are little to no hours, with the exception of some training and the occasional in-school program. In the summer there are a moderate amount of programs, with the potential of working in our summer day camp program, if appropriate. For a complete job description, Mystic Seaport application and instructions, visit, or call Human Resources, 860.572.5346. Applications are due prior to September 7, 2012. An EOE.

10 August 2012

1) Social Scientist, Scottish Association for Marine Science, closes 27 August

2) Re-advertised, Diving and Water Safety Officer, East Carolina University, open until filled

3) Museum Curator Internship, Navy Museums Northwest, closes 20 August

Navy Museums Northwest, Museum and Collections Division, Naval History and Heritage Command. As a Student Trainee (Museum Curator), you will ultimately be responsible for planning, developing, and implementing the curatorial programs of the Puget Sound Navy Museum.

4) 2 Historian Positions, Naval History and Heritage Command, closes 16 August

This is a career ladder GS-07/GS-09/GS-11 (FPL 11) position.  This position is located in the Histories Branch (Code 402), Archives and Histories Division (Code 400), Naval History and Heritage Command.  If selected, you will work on historical studies independently or as part of a team.

5) Museums and Collections Deputy Assistant Director, Naval History and Heritage Command, closes 20 August

This position is located at the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC), Museums and Collections (MAC).  You will serve as the Deputy Assistant Director and will be responsible for exercising expertise and sound judgment in assisting as necessary in all aspects of division leadership, historic property management and conservation, museum management, educational outreach, and institutional oversight of assigned organizations.