27 February 2014

1) Museum Education Specialist, National Museum of the United States Navy, closes 3 March

This position performs major education, public programming, and public relations duties in the Education and Public Programs section of the National Museum of the United States Navy, of the Naval History and Heritage Command. This position is located in the National Museum of the United States Navy in the Washington Navy Yard.

2) Museum Technician, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, closes 3 March

This position is located in the Museum and Collections Division, at the Hampton Roads Naval Museum (HRNV) in Norfolk, VA. The purpose of the position is to assist in the design, development, and implementation of educational programs, and employs a variety of media and educational techniques in order to demonstrate the significance of HRNM’s artifact and archival collection.

3) Museum Curator, US Naval Academy, closes 3 March

You will serve as the principal adviser to the Museum Director, as a museum curator, on matters relating to the Beverly R. Robinson Collection of Historic Naval Prints.  This involves an analysis of the collection; identifying gaps in the historic content of the collection, either chronological or regarding specific events; reviewing auction house, or other sales catalogs, and otherwise being familiar with pending sales of prints that may be desirable to add to the collection; advising the Director when such prints are available, ad n if deemed desirable and affordable, coordinating the purchase of the items using the Beverly R. Robinson gift fund that was set aside for this purpose.