GRAM Career Opportunities
How to Apply
For open employment positions at Grand Rapids Art Museum, submit your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Please indicate what job position you are applying for in the email subject line. For open internship positions, submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be accepting resumes for the job openings listed below until position is filled. No phone calls, please. We will only be reviewing applications received through the listed email address.
The Community Experience Manager is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of GRAM’s public programs which pursue GRAM’s mission to “connect people through art, creativity, and design.” This position includes collaborating with community partners and various Museum departments to create a calendar of robust and authentic experiences, programs, and events that appeal directly to diverse audiences as outlined in GRAM’s strategic plan. The Community Experience Manager is tasked with the continued growth, expansion, diversification and evaluation of GRAM’s public programs and local and regional partnerships.
The Digital Media Coordinator will work as a part of the Communications team to assist in producing digital media assets for the Grand Rapid Art Museum. This individual must be organized, with an attention to detail, possessing strong verbal and written communication skills, and be able to work quickly and efficiently, delivering high quality results under fast-paced deadlines. This candidate must be a creative thinker with a keen eye for graphic communication, layout, typography, and color.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum Curatorial Department is responsible for the regular rotation of the permanent collection galleries as well as the organization and installation of a number of special exhibitions throughout the year, including the 2017 ArtPrize exhibition. The department is seeking an unpaid intern to assist with various aspects of exhibition preparation and related research. Interns may work on art and artist research, write label copy or texts for our website, and help prepare checklists and other exhibition or publication related material. The Exhibitions Intern will work closely with the Chief Curator, Curatorial Assistant, Lead Preparator, and Registrar as well as team members from a range of other museum departments including Communications, Learning and Creativity, and Advancement.
Intern will experience working in both a professional office setting and a Museum setting, also will learn many of the skills necessary to become a valuable Human Resource Associate.