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Blackwater Draw Museum Collections Manager
Blackwater Draw Museum Collections Manager
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Under limited direction and indirect supervision, assist the Director in managing the operational, financial, and personnel management activities of the Blackwater Draw Museum and associated collections.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervise and participate in interpretive tours and interactions with public visitors and special interest groups/persons.
Supervise and participate in the Museum's and associated artifact collections protection and conservation.
Supervise and participate in the Museum's display design, development, or modification.
Perform professional and public interactions/activities "off site," such as public events.
Supervise and train student and volunteer assistants.
Supervise and participate in the curation of collections, management of photographic and library archives, and related Museum data files.
Provide budgetary information to the Director, including financial receipts, deposits and related paperwork activities such as ordering/purchasing stock and supplies.
Assist the Director in the Museum's long-range fiscal planning, budget management, and grant proposal preparation processes.
Review and remain current regarding professional and technical literature in museum studies, including development in collection management best practices, and anthropology/archaeology research; participate in professional and community organizations.
Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum Job Requirements:
Master’s degree in museum studies or related discipline.
Demonstrable knowledge and one year of experience in the field of anthropology/archaeology.
One year of experience with museum collections and related database management preferred. Candidate should demonstrate a proven ability for public speaking, public relations, giving tours, and technical writing.
A valid New Mexico Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one within 30 days of employment is also required, as well as the ability to safely operate a motor vehicle in all kinds of weather and road conditions.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Ability to be a self-starter and work without constant, direct supervision.
Ability to read and transmit written and oral instructions; to observe and use safe working conditions, and be proficient in cultural heritage/museum practices, especially collections management.
Ability to coordinate the scheduling and leadership of tours of the facility to the public.
Must be willing to occasionally work on weekends and holidays for special tours, events, etc.
Ability to deal tactfully and communicate effectively over the phone and in person with people of all ages and economic backgrounds.
Capability to make change and accurately count cash, checks, and balance books related to museum business.
Physical Demand and Working Conditions:
Work is moderately active in nature that at times requires exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or a moderate amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Some evening and/or weekend work may be required.
Essential Functions: [As defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, these include the following responsibilities, minimum job knowledge, skills, and abilities. This is not necessarily an all-inclusive listing.]
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