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The Crocker Art Museum brings people together with art, ideas, each other, and the world around them. Our staff works to make the Museum a dynamic, engaging, and inviting gathering place for our community and to bring to life the art on our walls in unexpected and meaningful ways. We strive to reflect the diversity of our region and welcome applicants with new perspectives, unique backgrounds, and a passion for serving the public.

Please explore our current open positions and reach out with questions. When applying, please attach your cover letter and resume to your email.

Applying to the Crocker

Thank you for your interest in a career with the Crocker Art Museum. We encourage you to apply for any role you feel qualified for and interested in. When applying, please attach your cover letter and resume to your email. We typically receive a high volume of applications and strive to reply to all applicants within two weeks.

Additional questions can be directed to camajobs@crockerart.org.

Open Positions

Associate Curator of Art
Communications Coordinator
Camp Facilitator
Director of Education
Facilities Manager
Preparator and Builder

TITLE: Associate Curator of Art

DEPARTMENT: Curatorial

HIRING RANGE: $59,076.21 – $83,126.16/year

Job Number 017023-24-CCS

Closing Date: 7/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific

POSITION:

The Associate Curator of Art performs a variety of professional duties to support the Crocker Art Museum’s renowned European-focused collections, including the European Master drawings collection and historic European paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts collections. The position’s primary responsibilities within this collection are to facilitate and organize exhibitions and programs; identify, classify, evaluate, and interpret works of art; research and recommend acquisitions and deaccessions; monitor collections in areas of responsibility; facilitate requests for information regarding the collections; present lectures; prepare and monitor budgets; write articles for internal and external publications; write grant proposals; and meet with private collectors to encourage potential loans and gifts to the Museum’s collection.

To perform specialized curatorial work involving the research, care, acquisition, exhibition, and interpretation of works of art.

For more information and to apply, please visit the City's Government Jobs site.

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