Summary of Position: Under the direct supervision of the Museum Director, supports museum staff with planning, development, and execution of special projects of IPCC exhibits and programming.
Minimum Qualifications: Either has or is working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in museum studies, history, or related humanities field. Two years’ experience working in a museum setting in curatorial, collection care, or exhibit development. Native American preference.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Knowledge of Pueblo communities, art, and customs of both traditional and contemporary life. Ability to gather information, research topics, and check facts using a variety of methods to ensure information is correct and accurate. Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with staff and guests from all backgrounds. Ability to provide excellent customer service in a team environment. Ability to create, compose, and edit written materials. Skills in project planning and logistical coordination. Knowledge of museum protocols and best practices.