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


Director of Development

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Director of Development to direct, plan, and execute all fundraising and development related activities; manage and lead the Development Department; work closely with the Deputy Director of Advancement in cultivating the Board of Trustees, Planned Giving, and Advancement Committee’s Development Sub-Committee.   Listed August 23, 2016.
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Assistant to the Deputy Director, Advancement

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for an executive level Administrative Assistant to provide a high level professional administrative support to the Deputy Director, Advancement (DDA) and project management support for board, donor, and prospect events. This position serves as development team point of contact, coordinating and communicating across department: membership, development, marketing, communication, information technology systems, and volunteer services, and also provides expert support for matters critical to the operations of Phoenix Art Museum’s Advancement related functions    Listed August 22, 2016.
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Retail Sales Associate

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a responsible, polite, and courteous Retail Sales Associate to provide sales assistance to Museum patrons, answer inquiries in person and on the phone, offer good product knowledge and use the point of sale (POS) system to tag and sell merchandise through the end of our busy season in July.   Listed August 17, 2016.
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Teen Programs Coordinator

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Teen Programs Coordinator to support Phoenix Art Museum’s pilot initiative to engage diverse teen (grades 6-12) audiences across the Valley. This position develops, coordinates, brands, and evaluates all Museum education programs for teen audiences while integrating the Museum’s collections, exhibitions, and contemporary artists with programming as part of the education department team.   Listed August 10, 2016.
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Membership Assistant

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Membership Assistant to assist with the operational functions of the Membership department and provide a high level of customer service to Museum members, visitors, volunteers and staff.   Listed August 10, 2016.
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University Programs Specialist

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a University Programs Specialist to develop, oversee, and evaluate Phoenix Art Museum’s programs and collaborations with university audiences locally and state-wide. This position coordinates the Museum’s internship program; develops and evaluates programs for university students and faculty; implements existing university programs, acts as the Museum’s liaison with local universities to establish innovative new partnerships; and integrates the Museum’s collection and exhibitions with programming as part of the education department team.   Listed August 09, 2016.
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On-Call Gallery Attendant

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for On-Call Gallery Attendants to ensure that all patrons are welcomed to the Museum by providing the highest standards of customer service, and provide a safe, secure environment for the Museum's collections, its members, visitors, volunteers and staff.   Listed August 05, 2016.
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Support Groups Coordinator

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Support Groups Coordinator to coordinate, develop, and implement new guidelines and ongoing management of the Support Group program. The twelve (12) Support Groups representing more than 1,700 individual members are an important and highly valued constituency at the museum. This position will serve in a critical internal and external central liaison role to build volunteer relationships, and efficiently, accurately convey, and manage information. Major areas of focus will include, but not limited to, financial record keeping, event space and calendar coordination, communication liaison with curatorial, finance, marketing, visitor services, office of the Director, and the development departments.   Listed August 04, 2016.
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School Tour & Outreach Associate

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a part-time School Tour & Outreach Associate to provide administrative support, including planning, organizing, and reporting for School (K-12) Tour and Outreach educational programs for Phoenix Art Museum.   Listed August 01, 2016.
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Prospect Researcher

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a Prospect Researcher to support the Museum’s Development staff through identification of new donor investors through innovative, systematic, and prospect identification processes, and assist in the development of strategies for engaging and cultivating major gift donors.   Listed July 14, 2016.
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Development Information Services Assistant

Phoenix Art Museum is looking for a detail-oriented Development Information Services Assistant to provide data processing and fulfillment support to Development Information Services which includes, but not limited to, Corporate, Support Organizations and Special Events.   Listed July 14, 2016.
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