Seeking a motivated self-starter to join the dynamic team of art and education professionals at Sun Valley Museum of Art. The successful candidate will have a passion for art and community, extensive experience in event production and an affinity for customer service. Production Manager will be a creative problem solver and excellent collaborator with an ability to multitask. Compensation includes base salary, eligibility for benefits package and generous PTO after first 30 days, retirement including company match, after 6 months.
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Send letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position will remain open until filled.
Sun Valley Museum of Art seeks interns for a High School Internship program during Fall 2022. This eight-week High School Internship is an opportunity for students to learn about and participate in the operations of a multidisciplinary arts institution with a focus on visual arts, education and humanities, and performing arts. Weekly meetings introduce interns to the broad spectrum of museum work and to SVMoA staff, departments, and programs. Interns will gain job experience, benefit from mentorship, develop communication and public speaking skills and build connections within the Wood River Valley community.
Students in grades 10–12 at any Blaine County high school are invited to apply for 3 internship positions offered: Sep 26–Nov 18, 2022.
Interns will be paid $15/hour for their participation and should commit to approx. 24 hours of time over the course of the internship, including weekly group meetings
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Students should complete the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM or via the button below, which includes 3 short answer (100–200 words) questions:
- Why are you interested in SVMoA’s High School Internship program?
- What do you think the role of a museum should be?
- What role do the arts play in your life?
Please contact Courtney Gilbert, Chief Curator, at email@example.com or 208.726.9491 x117.
Statement of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Sun Valley Museum of Art is committed to fostering and supporting a diverse workplace, and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. SVMoA invites applications from all qualified individuals and welcomes applications from women, members of racialized groups and visible minorities, indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. SVMoA has a clear vision: to be a workplace where a diverse mix of talented people are committed to delivering our mission of providing arts experiences for all.