Posted on Jan 14, 2019 by Luxembourg American Cultural Society
The Curator is the responsible custodian of the LACS collection of artifacts and genealogy with an emphasis on public access and education. They are responsible for assembling, cataloguing, managing and presenting/displaying historic and cultural collections as well as the project management and presentation of the LACS' annual Cultural Conference.
The position includes significant public outreach and interaction working in view of the public. Essential Job Functions
Museum Management (45%) Conducts interactive tours and/or workshops with guests to educate and inform. Works with local schools to provide educational programing. Attends meetings, conventions, civic/community events, exhibits, etc. both for professional enrichment and to promote the LACS. Works with Marketing and Operations to develop and administer budget. Provide Saturday museum coverage. Plans exhibition programming and creates exhibit layouts/schedules in conjunction with the Executive Director (ED). Partners with marketing on creation of written collateral, digital and published campaigns, press releases, etc. Other duties as assigned. Object and Artifact Care (20%) Creates records in management databases to maintain proper cataloguing of artifacts Ensures proper care of both stored and displayed pieces. Develops and maintains curation standard operating procedures. Research Center Management (35%) Assists guests with research. Project manager for all historic digitization Category: Education , Keywords: Curator
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