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):

E-mail:  hr@phxart.org
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


Education Tour and Outreach Associate

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for an Education Tour and Outreach Associate to serve as the primary contact for those organizing group (school & adult) visits and outreach presentations. Provides administrative support, including planning, organizing, and reporting for school (K-12) and adult tours and outreach educational programs for Phoenix Art Museum.   Listed April 25, 2018.
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Curatorial Fellow

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Curatorial Fellow through the Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative (DAMLI) to participate in the entire range of curatorial duties and assignments under the direction of the Selig Family Chief Curator. This position works with the Modern and Contemporary Art department in all phases of exhibition development including: writing checklists, didactic texts, online content, and publication development. Responsible for conducting extended research in the chosen area of research with the intended goal of organizing an exhibition and producing a publication at the end of the two-year Fellowship.

*Complete applications must be submitted by May 1, 2018

  Listed March 23, 2018.
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Part-Time Gallery Attendant

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for Part-Time Gallery Attendants to help provide a safe, secure environment for the Museum’s collections, its members, visitors, volunteers and staff while maintaining the Museum’s customer service program and standards.
These positions will be scheduled approximately 15 hours per week, and availability requires evening shifts during the week and/or weekends.
  Listed March 19, 2018.
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Public Programs Manager

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Public Programs Manager to lead, implement, and develop strategy for Phoenix Art Museum’s programs and activities centered on learning and connection. Integrate education, public programs, and interpretation strategy to provide dynamic learning opportunities that increase accessibility to the Museum. Conceive and implement programs that further the Museum’s strategic plan as well as with other Museum departments and Support Groups to build strategic and interdisciplinary programming that address multiple audiences and program formats.   Listed March 09, 2018.
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Graphic Designer

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Graphic Designer to perform all aspects of creative design services including concepts, graphic design and production used to represent Phoenix Art Museum programs and services for marketing and communications through the External Affairs division.   Listed February 13, 2018.
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Corporate Relations Officer

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Corporate Relations Officer to manage, expand, and steward corporate and business involvement and support of the Museum, including a corporate annual giving membership program and sponsorships. Research, plan, coordinate and submit grant applications and proposals to potential and existing corporate funding sources with an emphasis on gifts ranging from $1,500 to $250,000+.   Listed February 02, 2018.
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Controller

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Controller to manage the accounting and related financial activities of the Museum and the Museum’s Endowment; maintain the professional standards of accounting and financial management.   Listed December 19, 2017.
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Chief Development Officer

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Chief Development Officer to direct, plan, strategize, and execute all fundraising and development-related activities; manage the Development Department staff and activities; work closely with the Director and CEO of the Museum in cultivating and stewarding the Board of Trustees, major individual, corporate, and foundation donors; advance the planned giving program for the Museum; coordinate the efforts of the Board’s development sub-committees; and build relationships and collaborate closely with colleagues across the Museum to help advance the mission and support for the Museum.   Listed November 29, 2017.
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