The part-time Retail Sales Associate welcomes patrons; assists them in selecting merchandise; completes sales transactions with accuracy and efficiency; marks and prepares merchandise; ensures that all available merchandise is on display. The regular work schedule will be Saturday and Sunday 12:00-6:30.
The Business and Data Systems Analyst is a critical staff position to help the museum better use data and information both internally and externally. The position is responsible for all phases of database management, design and administration for the organization's business systems.
The Development Operations Coordinator is responsible for the administrative application of Raiser’s Edge to support the fundraising activities of the Center for Philanthropy and Institutional Advancement. Working closely with OMCA’s fundraisers, this position also processes all gifts and generates renewals and acknowledgements for individuals, corporations, and foundations. In addition, this position generates reports including monthly fundraising dashboards and campaign progress reports.
The Director of Individual Giving is a key leadership position within the Center for Philanthropy and Institutional Advancement. At this exciting time while the Museum is in the quiet phase of an $85 million comprehensive campaign, this position will have the opportunity to shape the future of the individual giving program at OMCA. The position develops the strategy and leads the execution of that strategy for restricted and unrestricted individual giving, oversees the Museum’s planned giving program, and manages two full time staff – the Individual Giving Manager (who oversees OMCA’s Donor Forum program), and the Development Systems Analyst. In addition, this position will carry a portfolio of major campaign prospects. This is a unique opportunity to shape the program to align with the vision and values of OMCA, which is a leader in the field for presenting relevant, meaningful exhibitions and programs that unite us through art, history, and natural sciences.
The Assistant Preparator assists the Exhibition and Collection staff with the preparation, fabrication, installation, de-installation, transportation and storage activities related to temporary exhibitions, core gallery rotations, and institutional projects. This role also assists conservation and registration colleagues in the handling and care of the collections.