The Donor Events Communication Coordinator supports public-facing communications related to donor events at OMCA. Working in close coordination with the graphic design department, this position plays a key role in securing invitation copy and images, submitting design requests, and managing design feedback between the development department and graphics team. In addition, this role is responsible for sending print and digital communications, including mailed invites, mass email reminders and post-event communications. Also responsible for supporting the Donor Events Manager with event preparations and event-day logistics as needed. The position is part-time (22.5 hours per week), preferably on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The Event Production Assistant is responsible for working with Museum staff at all levels and across multiple departments, outside clients, caterers and other third-party vendors to coordinate logistics for high quality internal and external events of all types. The Assistant provides efficient communication among many operational teams, facilitates the execution of events, and serves as a point person for internal and external event holders. The regular schedule will be Friday through Sunday (20 hours per week), with some flexibility to work weekdays or evenings as needed.
The Production Technician assists in the set-up of Museum programs and events, provides service and maintenance of program areas, and performs general labor duties as assigned. The Production Technician reports to the Events Production Manager and works closely with Audio-Visual Supervisor, and other event staff during specific events. The schedule will be 3 days per week (20 hours), working 8 hours on Fridays (2:00 pm-11:00 pm) and week-to-week scheduling of the additional 2 days (6 hours each) based on Museum events.
The Intellectual Property and Imaging Coordinator manages rights and creative asset needs across the institution. The Coordinator secures permissions for images and other content, and advises on issues surrounding copyright and intellectual property. This staff position is responsible for managing imaging of collections, responding to external rights and reproduction requests, and securing permissions for exhibitions,publications and marketing.
The Manager of Family Engagement is responsible for the strategic development and execution of a wide range of family education and engagement experiences both on- and off-site. The Manager will research, conceptualize, implement, and evaluate a dynamic slate of programs designed to engage family audiences with our core galleries and special exhibition content, and that drive the museum’s social impact and financial goals. The manager will collaborate with staff across the Museum to build inclusive and intergenerational family engagement programs and to provide a welcoming and comfortable environment for visitors of all ages.
The Associate Director of Visitor Experience collaborates with staff across the institution to provide strategic-level oversight of all visitor experience functions and ensures that our visitor experience delivers the profound sense of welcome that is central to the OMCA brand. This position leverages an above-and-beyond visitor experience to increase visitor loyalty, drive Membership sales, and attract new visitors. Participates in and supports ongoing efforts to ensure visitor safety and institutional accessibility.
The Volunteer Program Coordinator assists with the effective management and coordination of a large volunteer docent program involving more than 225 docents in delivering high quality tours and outreach activities to the public, school groups, adult, students of all ages, families, and a range of community groups. The Coordinator provides administrative support and facilitation of activities for the ongoing operation of recruiting and sustaining a broad range of organizational volunteers, including scheduling and facilitating training sessions, and a variety of efforts for engaging volunteers at the Museum.
The Associate Curator of History and Art works within the curatorial team to research and develop exhibitions and core gallery installations that meet the Museum’s community engagement, social impact and business goals; engage the diversity of Oakland residents; and research and develop the history and art collections.