Claude Monet, Waterlilies, 1908, oil on canvas, 94.8 x 89.9 cm, 1910.26, Worcester Art Museum
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Job title: Project Manager
Organisation: The museum box
Type: full-time, permanent position
Salary: commensurate to experience
Location: Remote, World
The Project Manager leads the delivery of a high-quality traveling exhibitions program to domestic and international venues. This position works directly with TMB’s senior team and the Exhibitions and Publications Manager, clients’ curators, clients’ directors and others to develop traveling exhibitions. The role is a key liaison between venues and TMB staff, clients and venues. This position also manages exhibition budgets, working closely with the other staff as well as the accountants and Counsel.
The Project Manager will coordinate internal and external project resources, assist with all aspects of contracting, artwork insurance and transportation, and will ensure legal compliance and implementation of best practices. Additionally, the Project Manager will assist with reporting to clients, preparing project materials and documentation, providing research and assisting TMB’s senior team.
The Project Manager will have opportunities for advancement, a good degree of autonomy in conducting their work, and significant exposure to industry leaders. The Project Manager will represent TMB with current and prospective clients, partners and stakeholders, and potentially at public events such as industry conferences, and will at all times seek to identify the needs of the community we serve and attempt to improve the service offered.
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Closing date: Friday 09 September 2022
Applicants are asked to please provide a cover letter in addition to their resume, expressing their interest in the position. Applications can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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