How to Apply

Looking to blend your love of arts and culture with an upwardly mobile career? Consider beginning your career with Phoenix Art Museum.

To submit your resume and cover letter and/or application for consideration, please choose one of the following options (please do not submit Employment Application for internships):

Fax: (602) 257-2127
Mail: Human Resources Department
Phoenix Art Museum
1625 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004-1685

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Careers at the Phoenix Art Museum

Visitor Services Associate

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a responsible, polite and courteous part-time Visitor Services Associate to work up to 15 hours a week, helping to greet and help Museum visitors with utmost courtesy and respect, answer visitors’ questions regarding the Museum’s collections, exhibitions, events, and facilities.   Listed October 17, 2019.
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Development Information Services Coordinator

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Development Information Services Coordinator to coordinate and oversee the processing of gifts and memberships, including but not limited to Membership, Circles, Corporate Council, and Affiliate Groups; streamline reporting and maintain information in the Raiser’s Edge database.   Listed October 02, 2019.
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The Jacquie Dorrance Curator of Fashion Design

Phoenix Art Museum (PAM) seeks a fashion-design curator with extensive knowledge of the history of fashion design in the 20th and 21st centuries, along with general knowledge of earlier periods. The ideal candidate should have at least five years of experience organizing fashion design exhibitions, writing scholarly essays, publishing catalogs, preparing didactic materials, and giving public lectures and gallery talks. The ideal candidate should be a team player and highly collegial who can balance the Museum’s need to serve its local community while firmly maintaining a dialogue with up-to-the-minute global conversations that are happening in the field of fashion design. This person will be tasked with charting the future of the department while overseeing and care the collection. In addition, the ideal candidate will organize a strategic and ambitious exhibition program of original exhibitions and accompanying publications with the potential to travel the exhibitions nationally and internationally. He/she will work with the education department to create public programs that are inclusive and accessible yet grounded in scholarship, innovation and experimentation. The fashion-design curator works closely with the Arizona Costume Institute (ACI), an affiliate group of Phoenix Art Museum dedicated to the enhancement, promotion and conservation of the fashion collection and the advancement of fashion as art.   Listed September 11, 2019.
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Development Officer

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Development Officer to build and manage a portfolio of individual and corporate prospects capable of making five- and six-figure investments in Phoenix Art Museum. Qualify, cultivate and solicit new prospects and steward current donors and corporate sponsors. Energetic and organized; must possess excellent interpersonal, written, quantitative and computer skills, with the ability to juggle multiple and diverse assignments. Proactively network to identify new regional and national funders while also deepening existing donor relationships. Comfortable securing meetings, making in-person presentations and actively engaging both prospects and current donors. This is a job for someone who loves getting out into the community, developing authentic relationships, and making asks that advance the Museum’s strategic priorities. Must be willing to actively pitch in and roll up one’s sleeves, as the Museum currently has a small development shop and is
looking to expand.
  Listed July 24, 2019.
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