Museum Curator, Naval History and Heritage Command, closes 23 October.
This position is located in the Curator Branch, Collections Management Division, Naval History and Heritage Command, Washington Navy Yard. The Curator Branch is responsible for the management of Navy properties of historical and inspirational value, including artifacts, shipboard equipment, ordnance, uniforms, and memorabilia.
Maintain an accurate inventory of the Naval History and Heritage Command Headquarters Artifact Collection using the Department of the Navy’s collection management database, Department of Navy Heritage Asset Management System.
Acts as the representative for the Program Manager, Curator Branch, NHHC enterprise museum system and other interested parties in discussions with NHHC IT Branch, contracting, software vendors Defense Informations Systems Agency, Space and Naval Warfare Systems and others in all matters concerning Department of Navy Heritage Asset Management System.
Responsible for the Curator Branch loan program. Works with the Loan Curator to ensure all loans are current and all artifact movement is properly documented.
Responsible for ensuring the creation and maintenance of required documentation pertaining to the Headquarters Artifact Collection.
Responsible for compiling metrics on all aspects of the Headquarters Artifact Collection including, but not limited to, artifact acquisitions, processing, loans, and losses for use in official reports and data calls.