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Minneapolis Institute of Art

Mechanical Maintenance Specialist

Full-time (37.5 hours weekly), non-exempt, union

Pay Range: $32.27 – $32.98 hourly

Onsite; not eligible for relocation

 

 

The Job

To assist in the preventative, predictive, and corrective maintenance measures at Mia for building heating, cooling, and humidity control systems and the maintenance and operation of central boiler and chiller plants.

 

Shift: 

· Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., plus 1 week of 24-hour on-call every 4 weeks 

· 37.5 weekly hours, 7.5 daily hours

 

In this role, you will….

· Work closely with the Mechanical Crew Chief and the Assistant Mechanical Crew Chief to ensure all Mia mechanical equipment is kept safe and up to code. Gain a solid understanding of all Mia building systems: HVAC pneumatic and direct digital controls, BAS and VAV systems, A/C units, cooling towers, compressors, emergency electrical power generators, physical heating and cooling plant circulating pumps, ventilation units, refrigeration units, exhaust systems, PRV stations, and all other related physical plan equipment.

· Assist in the operation of steam boiler and chiller plants, and related sub systems. Measure, monitor and manage water chemistry.

· Perform assigned preventive maintenance on all building systems (monthly, quarterly, and annual cleaning, lubrication, belts and filters) as well as corrective maintenance as directed by Mechanical Crew Chief.

· Repair and maintenance of basic plumbing systems- valves, faucets, sinks, toilets, drains, etc.

· Communicate effectively with customers and complete written work orders, maintain records, communicate status of equipment and repairs to Mechanical Maintenance Crew Chief, Physical Plant Manager and other Mia staff as needed. 

· Participate in seminars, safety training classes, and other core job related training and educational activities and other duties or responsibilities as required or assigned.

 

To be successful in this role…

You can work independently and with a team in a multi-tasking and fast-paced environment. You’re a self-starter that is dependable, accountable and has a positive outlook.

 

 

Specific Requirements

Required:  

· High School Diploma or GED

· Must have Special Boiler License or ability to obtain within 60 days

· Basic working knowledge of facilities maintenance. 

· Familiarity with restaurant equipment and walk-in coolers.

· Must be a self-starter and able to work in a team environment.

· Must be willing to assist in building emergencies, and work weekends as needed.

· Valid Driver’s license

 

Preferred:

· Field-related vocational education in HVACR, or equivalent trade related training

 

Operation and maintenance of the following equipment:

· Kewanee Boilers – 525 hp

· Bryan Steam Boilers – 30 hp

· Bryan Hot Water Boilers – 86 hp

· York Centrifugal Chillers – 500 ton and 350 ton

· York Reciprocating Chiller – 80 ton

· McQuay and Haakon Air Handlers

· PC-windows 10

· KMC Energy Management System (BAS)

· Ziegler Diesel Emergency Generator

· Voss VAV Drives

· Various RTU, MAU, and AHUs located throughout the Mia’s facility.

 

 

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

 

 

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

 

 

Posting Deadline

No set expiration date. Job postings typically stay posted until candidates are selected for phone interviews.

 

 

Mia is committed to championing policies and practices that value diversity, foster equity, and empower an accessible and inclusive environment. Our strength lies in the diversity among the broad range of people who contribute their time and talents to Mia. We consider inclusion and accessibility a driver of institutional excellence and seek out diversity of participation, thought, and action. It is our aim, therefore, that our employees, trustees, interns, and volunteers reflect and embrace these core values.

 

Mia is recognized by the Age-Friendly Institute’s Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) program that identifies organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees aged 50+.

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
 

Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)

Associate Curator of American Paintings

Department of the Art of the Americas

Full-time, exempt, union

Starting Salary Range: $80,000 - $100,000

Onsite; eligible for relocation assistance

 

The Job

To develop, research, exhibit, and publish Mia’s collections of American Art.

 

In this role, you will….

1. Interpret the museum’s collections of American Art through permanent collection gallery displays and didactic materials. Propose and oversee regular gallery rotations. Speak publicly about the museum’s collection and provide training for museum guides so that they can accurately and knowledgeably represent the collection. 

 

2. Conduct research and mount special exhibitions, with accompanying publications that add to the field of knowledge about American Art. Such exhibitions should be of the scale of Cargill and/or US Bank Galleries, but do not preclude larger-scaled shows. 

 

3. Oversee the care and preservation of the collection by ensuring proper and responsible handling and installation of objects and by recommending objects for conservation treatment. Participate in the museum’s efforts to secure funding for conservation initiatives. 

 

4. Locate, research, and propose acquisition of American works of art that significantly augment the museum’s existing collections. Review the museum collections of American Art for potential deaccessions. Maintain a current knowledge of the art market and professional relations with art dealers. 

 

5. Develop and coordinate lectures and activities pertaining American Art for the museum’s Art of the Americas Affinity group. Foster and maintain relationships with trustees, collectors, potential donors, and the general public, including community outreach.

 

6. Actively participate in broader museum initiatives through committees or specially formed teams. 

 

7. Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required or assigned, including assisting the head of the department as assigned.

 

 

To be successful in this role, you have…

· Demonstrated ability to work independently and coordinate complex projects to completion

· Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills

· Team skills and ability to work effectively and positively with staff, trustees, and all other internal and external contacts

· Ability to build positive and effective relationships with donors and the broader community

 

 

Specific Requirements

· Master’s degree in related field of study required; Ph.D. or ABD preferred

· Proficiency in applicable languages, preferably Spanish

· Minimum of 3 years of employment in a collection-based curatorial department with direct experience in the area of American Art, including proven record of organizing exhibitions and producing publications of high quality

· Demonstrated ability to write interpretive material

· Significant demonstrated art historical research skills and experience

 

 

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

 

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

 

Posting Deadline

No set expiration date. Job postings typically stay posted until candidates are selected for phone interviews. 

 

Mia is committed to championing policies and practices that value diversity, foster equity, and empower an accessible and inclusive environment. Our strength lies in the diversity among the broad range of people who contribute their time and talents to Mia. We consider inclusion and accessibility a driver of institutional excellence and seek out diversity of participation, thought, and action. It is our aim, therefore, that our employees, trustees, interns, and volunteers reflect and embrace these core values.

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)

Assistant Controller

Full-time, exempt

Salary: $95,000 – $105,000

Onsite



The Job

Primarily responsible for managing, and maintaining the general ledger, grant and restricted fund reporting, and administering the accounting software.


In this role, you will…

1. Manages and maintains the general ledger system.

• Maintains the general ledger to ensure all internal and external reports generated are accurate and in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles.

• Monitors and analyzes reconciliation of all balance sheet accounts, resolving and correcting errors in a timely manner.

• Prepares monthly/quarterly/annual journal entries as required. 

• Serves as backup for the Controller in managing the Accounting Team.


2. Manages financial administration and reporting for grants and restricted funds

• Assists with preparing budgets that support grant and funding request narratives.

• Monitors use of grant funds and coordinates with Advancement and grant managers to ensure utilization of funds complies with grant requirements.

• Manages financial reporting to funders that meet grant and funder deadlines.

• Work with Head of Budget and Financial Planning and Controller to ensure grant income/expenses are incorporated into cash management and operating budget.

• Maintains systems for analysis and tracking of restricted funds.

• Monitors use of restricted funds to ensure compliance for designated  purpose.

• Provides ad hoc reporting and analysis of restricted funds.


3. Coordinates administration of the accounting software.

• Liaison with Information Systems department and software vendor.

• Designs management reports using accounting system with input from Controller and Head of Budget and Financial Planning.

• Trains general accounting staff in accounting system.


4. Assists Controller with the annual audit and tax returns.

• Prepares audit workpapers in compliance with FASB not-for-profit requirements.

• Prepares workpapers required for completion of the Form 990, and associated state tax returns.


 5. Performs other related duties and responsibilities as requested by the Controller.



Requirements

Required:

• B.A. or B.S. in Accounting

• 3-5 years of accounting experience, preferably including budget and planning

• Advanced Excel skills including proficiency with pivot tables

• Excellent written and oral communication skills 

• Ability to work responsibly with confidential information  

• Proficiency with Oracle NetSuite or similar accounting software and other accounting applications


Preferred:

• Not-for-profit experience

• 10+ M budget experience

• CPA or CMA a plus


Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.


To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.


Posting Deadline

No set expiration date. Job postings typically stay posted until candidates are selected for phone interviews. 


Mia is committed to championing policies and practices that value diversity, foster equity, and empower an accessible and inclusive environment. Our strength lies in the diversity among the broad range of people who contribute their time and talents to Mia. We consider inclusion and accessibility a driver of institutional excellence and seek out diversity of participation, thought, and action. It is our aim, therefore, that our employees, trustees, interns, and volunteers reflect and embrace these core values.


Mia is recognized by the Age-Friendly Institute’s Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) program that identifies organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees aged 50+.


AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 

Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)

Assistant or Associate Curator of Native American Art

Department of the Art of the Americas

Full-time, exempt, union

Salary Range: $62,000 - $92,000

Onsite; eligible for relocation assistance

 

The Job

To develop, research, exhibit, and publish Mia’s collections of Native American art.

 

In this role, you will….

1. Interpret the museum’s collections of Native American art through permanent collection gallery displays and didactic materials. Propose and oversee regular gallery rotations. Speak publicly about the museum’s collection and provide training for museum guides so that they can accurately and knowledgeably represent the collection. 

 

2. Conduct research and mount special exhibitions, with accompanying publications that add to the field of knowledge about Native American art. Such exhibitions should be of the scale of Cargill and/or US Bank Galleries, but do not preclude larger-scale shows. 

 

3. Oversee the care and preservation of the collection by ensuring proper and responsible handling and installation of objects and by recommending objects for conservation treatment. Participate in the museum’s efforts to secure funding for conservation initiatives. 

 

4. Locate, research, and propose acquisition of Native American works of art that significantly augment the museum’s existing collections. Review the museum collections of Native American art for potential deaccessions. Maintain a current knowledge of the art market and professional relations with art dealers. 

 

5. Develop and coordinate lectures and activities pertaining to Native American art for the museum’s Native American Art Affinity Group. Foster and maintain relationships with trustees, collectors, potential donors, and the general public, including community outreach.

 

6. Actively participate in broader museum initiatives through committees or specially formed teams. 

 

7. Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required or assigned, including assisting the head of the department as assigned.

 

To be successful in this role, you have…

· Demonstrated ability to work independently and coordinate complex projects to completion

· Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills

· Team skills and ability to work effectively and positively with staff, trustees, and all other internal and external contacts

· Ability to build positive and effective relationships with donors and the broader community

 

Specific Requirements

· M.A. in the field of Art History with specialization in Native American art & culture; Ph.D. desirable.

· Proficiency in applicable languages. 

· Minimum of 3 years of employment in a collection-based curatorial department with direct experience in the area of Native American art, including proven record of organizing exhibitions and producing publications of high quality. 

· Demonstrated ability to write interpretive material

· Significant demonstrated art historical research skills and experience

 

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

 

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

 

Posting Deadline

No set expiration date. Job postings typically stay posted until candidates are selected for phone interviews. 

 

                     Mia is committed to championing policies and practices that value diversity, foster equity, and empower an accessible and inclusive environment. Our strength lies in the diversity among the broad range of people who contribute their time and talents to Mia. We consider inclusion and accessibility a driver of institutional excellence and seek out diversity of participation, thought, and action. It is our aim, therefore, that our employees, trustees, interns, and volunteers reflect and embrace these core values.

 

Mia is recognized by the Age-Friendly Institute’s Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) program that identifies organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees aged 50+. 

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)

Installation Carpenter

Full-time, non-exempt, union

Hourly rate: $36.13 - $37.04; effective 7/1/24, increase to $37.63 – $38.54

Onsite; not eligible for relocation

 

 

The Job

Responsible for the design and fabrication of gallery display and support structures. Assists with the preparation and maintenance of galleries and display furniture. Produces shop drawings for display furniture in coordination with the Exhibition Designer and Head Preparator.

 

In this role, you will…

· Prepares display furniture and galleries for the installation of artwork. Implements designs for exhibitions and rotations by constructing exhibition casework, and platforms and/or locating, preparing, and moving existing structures into place. 

· Assists the Head Preparator with the maintenance of the shop, shop tools, and supplies: including the ordering and the collection of supplies and materials from distributors.

· Works with the Assistant Registrar for Permanent Collection and curatorial staff to organize and maintain storage areas: includes construction of storage furniture and devices.

· Provides project direction to assistants when implementing large scale exhibition productions. Supports the Preparators and installations as needed by handling, moving, and installing works of art in a proper and professional manner. Prepares and mounts labels and signage for permanent and temporary galleries.

· Performs other related duties and responsibilities as required or assigned.

 

Requirements:

· Minimal of two years related work experience in museum or gallery. 

· Ability to read and produce shop drawings; experience with design and CAD software. 

· Excellent carpentry and painting skills. 

· Good manual dexterity; ability to stand for long periods of time; ability to lift 50 lbs. (will be required to lift heavier weights with assistance of lifting equipment and/or staff). 

· Ability to work as part of a team. 

· Understands general knowledge of the physical properties of works of art. 

· General material and mechanical knowledge related to construction and fabrication.

Equipment Operated:  Hand and power tools, shop machines, winch, gantry, scissors lift, scaffold, pallet truck, and museum van.

 

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

 

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

 

Posting Deadline

No set expiration date. Job postings typically stay posted until candidates are selected for phone interviews. 

 

Mia is committed to championing policies and practices that value diversity, foster equity, and empower an accessible and inclusive environment. Our strength lies in the diversity among the broad range of people who contribute their time and talents to Mia. We consider inclusion and accessibility a driver of institutional excellence and seek out diversity of participation, thought, and action. It is our aim, therefore, that our employees, trustees, interns, and volunteers reflect and embrace these core values.

 

Mia is recognized by the Age-Friendly Institute’s Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) program that identifies organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees aged 50+.

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 

Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)

Applications & Integrations Administrator

Full-time, exempt

Salary: $95,000 - $105,000

Onsite; not eligible for relocation

 

 

The Job

The Applications & Integrations Administrator serves as an integral part of the Information Systems’ (IS) department and broader functional technology teams, serving as subject matter expert and primary administrator for several of the museum’s enterprise applications.

 

This position partners with other members of the Information Systems team, institutional leadership, and stakeholders throughout the organization to plan, implement, maintain, and support Mia’s enterprise systems and their integrations. 

 

This position requires excellent use of personal judgment, interpersonal communication skills, emotional intelligence, and a commitment to team building and cooperative work.

 

In this role, you will…

1. Application Administration & Systems Integrations

· Serve as the primary application administrator for several of Mia’s enterprise systems: NetSuite, Asana, Dayforce, AkitaBox, Artifax, StaffSavvy, Square & Other Point-Of-Sale systems.

· In collaboration with the Head of IS and IS team, manage systems integrations, APIs, account management, continuous process improvement, data quality and integrity, data governance, custom development, lifecycle management, system monitoring and updates, disaster recovery, information security, permissions management, and user provisioning & training. 

· Partner with the IS team, cross-functional Mia teams, external vendors and consultants to plan and complete enterprise system changes, integrations, updates, and maintenance.

· Coordinate and communicate systems changes, upgrades, feature improvements, scheduled maintenance etc. with stakeholders.

· Lead the planning and implementation of user provisioning, permissions, data governance, and security audits of enterprise systems.

· Partner with the Information Systems staff to plan, implement, and verify data security, backup solutions and disaster recovery for enterprise databases.

· Serve as escalated support for Help Desk requests across all areas of expertise.

· Proactively monitor and respond to alerts for the museum’s critical enterprise systems and processes - including on-call and after hours support as necessary.

 

2. Project Management, Consultation and Collaboration

· Consult with stakeholders, leadership, and vendors to develop and implement short- and long-term planning in support of department and institutional goals and objectives.

· Serve as project manager for Enterprise Systems projects including scoping, stakeholder engagement, communication, development, implementation, support and maintenance.

· Participate in institutional project management conversations and serve as a key stakeholder, advisor, and advocate for project management practices across the institution.

· Identify opportunities to implement or iterate on existing application-based processes to alleviate pain points, increase efficiency, or take advantage of opportunities to grow or evolve services.

· Participate in assigned workgroups, task forces, and other ad-hoc and permanent collaborative groups.

· Participate in Information Systems operational planning and team-building efforts.

· Communicate regularly with Information Systems colleagues and stakeholders to foster a collaborative, supportive, and inclusive work environment.

 

3. Documentation, Training, Reporting, and Data Quality

· Improve processes and data collection practices to ensure high-quality, timely, accessible, and accurate data.

· In collaboration with other Mia teams and stakeholders, build and enhance a culture and practice of data literacy, standardization, governance, and stewardship.

· Provide documentation and training for Mia’s staff (end users) and the IS team (technical).

· Create and maintain documentation, process maps, diagrams, and other collateral describing the museum’s enterprise data ecosystem.

· Plan and implement regular data quality and security audits.

· In collaboration with the Enterprise Systems team, Mia’s financial analyst, and other Mia stakeholders, work to develop a centralized reporting and visualization tool (Tableau).

· Identify and implement reporting policies and procedures, and data visualizations including data dashboards for internal and/or external stakeholders. 

 

4. Other duties as assigned

 

 

To be successful in this role, you have…

· Excellent customer service, verbal, and written communication skills.

· Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to think critically and find creative solutions.

· Strong attention to detail and ability to organize and prioritize work.

· Ability and willingness to work independently and as an active team member.

· Knowledge of project management methodologies such as Agile.

· Knowledge of business analysis/process improvement methods such as Lean.

· Knowledge of change management methodologies such as PROSCI.

 

Requirements:

Required:

· Bachelor’s degree is preferred in Computer Science, Data Science, Information Technology, or a related field (or equivalent experience).

· 3 years in a similar role

· Experience in customer service or client support

 

Preferred:

· Certifications relevant to the requirements of this position 

· 5+ years of relevant experience

· Experience providing consultation, planning, and project management support for technical projects

· Experience working collaboratively with vendors to install, configure, manage, and support enterprise technology

· Work in a museum, education, or nonprofit environment

 

Technical proficiencies:

· Enterprise application configuration and administration: ERP (NetSuite), CRM (Salesforce), Asana, Dayforce, AkitaBox, Artifax, StaffSavvy, Square, FreshService

· APIs and systems integrations

· SQL, relational database management, Javascript or similar programming language

· Google Workspace, Microsoft O365, especially Excel, Reporting and Visualization (Tableau or PowerBI) 

· Data security, privacy and governance

· Project management tools such as Asana

 

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

 

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

 

Posting Deadline

No set expiration date. Job postings typically stay posted until candidates are selected for phone interviews. 

 

Mia is committed to championing policies and practices that value diversity, foster equity, and empower an accessible and inclusive environment. Our strength lies in the diversity among the broad range of people who contribute their time and talents to Mia. We consider inclusion and accessibility a driver of institutional excellence and seek out diversity of participation, thought, and action. It is our aim, therefore, that our employees, trustees, interns, and volunteers reflect and embrace these core values.

 

Mia is recognized by the Age-Friendly Institute’s Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) program that identifies organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees aged 50+.

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 

Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)

Chair of Exhibition Strategy 

Curatorial Affairs Department

Full-time, exempt

Salary: $165,000 - $170,000

Onsite; Eligible for relocation

 

 

The Job

Work with the museum’s Director, Deputy Director, and curators to develop exhibitions that broaden Mia’s audience and enhance Mia’s brand and reputation. Establish strategic partnerships with sister organizations to co-develop important exhibitions. In order to fully capitalize on Mia’s special exhibition program, work to solidify the museum’s special exhibition calendar at least five to seven years out.

 

In this role, you will…

1. Develop art historically significant exhibitions that broaden Mia’s audience while enhancing its reputation and brand.

· Vet and optimize exhibition proposals.

· Ensure that the goals and strategy for special exhibitions are articulated in the Exhibition Brief. 

· Oversee development of adult programs as they relate to exhibitions.

· Oversee the process to create a title and blurb for each special exhibition. 

· Oversee the exhibition team (Smart Team) for each special exhibition, working in close collaboration across divisions by managing implementation schedules as well as outlining important milestones and tracking their completion

· Work with the Head of Exhibition to ensure the project stays within budget and adheres to the negotiated contract.

· Work with the Manager of Curatorial Project Management towards project management best practices, such as detailed project schedules and communication platforms (Asana).

 

2. Procure exhibition partnerships among sister museums worldwide. 

· Alert the Director, Deputy Director of potentially advantageous partnerships evolving at sister organizations at the ground level. 

· Connect Mia’s curators to relevant personnel at sister organizations with an eye to developing partnerships

 

3. Supervisory duties

· Supervise Head of Exhibition

· Supervise Head of Interactive Media

· Supervise Exhibition Designer 

 

4. Place Mia exhibitions at other art museum venues

· Working with Mia’s curators, develop “sell sheets” and “fact sheets” for Mia generated exhibition as marketing tools to secure additional venues

· Scout for potential venues for Mia generated exhibitions

 

5. Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required or assigned.

 

 

To be successful in this role, you have…

· Ability to work responsibly with confidential information

· Ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically, and to build positive, professional relationships with all levels of staff, trustees and the public

· Ability to effectively lead cross-functional teams with proven skills in working effectively and positively across functional areas within an organization.

· Excellent planning, organizational and project management skills.

· Excellent and effective written and verbal communication skills.

· Team player with proven ability to work effectively and positively with staff, trustees, and all other internal and external contacts.

· Proven experience mentoring and developing staff with strong department management skills.

 

Requirements:

Required:

· M.A. in Art History and a deep knowledge of the art museum field in general

· At least 10 years of previous experience within an art museum 

· Strong record of research with proven experience organizing exhibitions of high quality

· Strong budget, exhibitions, programs, and strategic planning experience and demonstrated skills in those areas.

· Proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint

 

Preferred:

· Ph.D. in Art History

 

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

 

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

 

Posting Deadline

No set expiration date. Job postings typically stay posted until candidates are selected for phone interviews. 

 

Mia is committed to championing policies and practices that value diversity, foster equity, and empower an accessible and inclusive environment. Our strength lies in the diversity among the broad range of people who contribute their time and talents to Mia. We consider inclusion and accessibility a driver of institutional excellence and seek out diversity of participation, thought, and action. It is our aim, therefore, that our employees, trustees, interns, and volunteers reflect and embrace these core values.

 

Mia is recognized by the Age-Friendly Institute’s Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) program that identifies organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees aged 50+.

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 

Mia Human Resources