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DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT


PRODUCTION COORDINATOR, NEW INC


PROGRAM MANAGER, NEW INC


SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER


SECURITY OFFICER- FULL-TIME


SECURITY OFFICER- PART-TIME


SECURITY SUPERVISOR



DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT

Job Title: Development Assistant
Department: Development
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Union Position: Yes
Grade Level: 1
Salary: $50,265.44
Reports to: Senior Manager Patron Engagement

Development Assistant
POSITION OVERVIEW
The Development Assistant plays an active role in the New Museum’s Development Department, providing support to a dynamic fundraising program and service to our growing donor community.
The ideal candidate is professional, adept at multi-tasking, detail-oriented and efficient, and has at least one year of experience with Raiser’s Edge or similar database for gift and data processing. The Development Assistant provides administrative support for individual giving, institutional grants and sponsorships, and donor events. This role reports to the Senior Manager of Patron Engagement and supports day-to-day workflow, with responsibilities related to donor stewardship, prospecting, and benefit fulfillment, and has a primary role of gift processing and acknowledgment. This is a union-represented position subject to terms of the Museum’s agreement with Local 2110, UAW, and is eligible for the New Museum’s employee benefits programs.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Process gifts generated by the Development Department with precision and timeliness in Raiser’s Edge
Generate tax receipts / acknowledgment letters
Track and fulfill donor benefits
Support membership processing
Handle administrative duties (maintain calendars, filing, recordkeeping, interdepartmental requests, etc.) within the department
Support donor communications, development of stewardship and reporting materials
Conduct and organize donor prospect research
Execute regular mailings to support benefit fulfillment and donor stewardship
Assist in managing department vendor relations and accounts
Provide administrative support as needed to department Directors and Managers
Enter, track, and manage data across platforms: Asana, Cuseum, Raiser’s Edge, Acme, Zskipster, Mailchimp

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
The successful candidate will be detail-oriented with the ability to manage multiple projects from inception through execution. Applicants should possess excellent organizational skills and be comfortable working in a fast-paced, high-level customer service environment.

A Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of one to three years’ relevant work experience is required for the position. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Raiser’s Edge or comparable donor database program is essential. Strong candidates must have excellent communication skills (verbal and writing); a proclivity for organizing and presenting information, facility for understanding organizational systems, professional interpersonal skills, and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Knowledge of contemporary art, the international art community, and cultural philanthropy is preferred.

To Apply:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to developmentoffice@newmuseum.org with the subject line “Development Assistant.” We recognize that it is highly unlikely that someone meets 100% of the qualifications for a role. If much of this position describes you, then please apply for this role.

Employee Benefits
We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Reimbursement Program through the Difference Card, Commuter Benefits Program through the Difference Card, Voluntary Short Term Disability Plan and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, and other voluntary benefits.

Paid Time and Holidays Off
We offer full-time employees 15 days of paid time off, 8 sick days off and 13 holidays off as applicable through the fiscal year.



PRODUCTION COORDINATOR, NEW INC

Job Title: Production Coordinator
Department: NEW INC
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Hours Per Week: 40 hours
Union Position: Yes
Grade Level: 1
Salary: $50,265
Union Position: Yes
Reports to: NEW INC Director

About NEW INC:

NEW INC is an interdisciplinary program of the New Museum that brings together
100 creative practitioners and entrepreneurs annually from a wide variety of fields across art, design, and technology, promoting an environment of collaboration. The initiative is considered a global model for a cultural incubator and colleagues and alumni have hailed it as groundbreaking, transformative, and socially impactful. Critical to the success of NEW INC is its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in both its member recruitment and program methodologies.

Role Summary:
This is a full-time position with regular working hours of 40hrs per week, Monday to Friday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. Evening and weekend work is expected during high-activity periods. This position is a union-represented position subject to terms of the Museum’s agreement with Local 2110, UAW, and is eligible for the New Museum’s employee benefits programs.
Responsibilities:
●Support NEW INC team with planning and production coordination of public programs and internal community events. The NEW INC program is taking on a hybrid format in this upcoming cohort year starting in September. Tasks include but are not limited to: managing technical production of public events and internal meetings, communicating with other museum departments to submit work requests, scheduling showcase load-ins, and de-installs, and organizing staff to successfully execute programs as a team.
●Support the team in the execution of program-related content for the promotion and communication of events both internal and public including compiling and mocking up digital content for events and programs in MailChimp, setting up Eventbrite or Zoom webinar pages, drafting content and assets in Keynote, and other digital platforms as requested.
●Support in execution of in-person events taking lead in all aspects of production from ordering materials and supplies to set up and pack down. Act as point of contact for all production vendors, suppliers, and venue production liaisons. Events include but are not limited to monthly workshares and skill shares, and one-off gatherings and events. This position supports both internal, community events for NEW INC members and external, public facing events and exhibitions.
●Supports NEW INC Director and team as needed in the planning and production of major and public events including Demo Day and Track showcases, overseeing all details including meeting planning, securing of venues and vendors, runs of show, letters of agreement, budgets, and catering.
●Developing an inclusive and diverse roster of vendors for us to work with across photo/video, fabrication studios, audio, visual, and equipment rentals, etc

Qualifications and Skills:

Production
●2-4 years of production and event management experience (exhibition, performing arts, festival, art/design/tech fairs, panels, or symposiums).
●Ability to maintain and advance multiple production timelines and projects at the same time.
●Demonstrated experience managing teams of vendors, including production labor, photo/video documentation, and food/beverage providers.
●Experience with virtual and hybrid event production
●Comfortable and confident in taking autonomous ownership over tasks within your purview and are always anticipating the next move, striving to improve systems and processes at every turn.

Communication
●Ability to convey and transmit information between leadership, colleagues, and external partners in a succinct and clear way.
●Understanding of industry partnership structures, stakeholders, and relationship-building.
●Ability to apply discussed measures of success and programming priorities to production management.
●Fluency in Zoom, Mailchimp, Squarespace, Asana, and G Suite is essential

Benefits
We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Reimbursement Program through the Difference Card, Commuter Benefits Program through the Difference Card, Voluntary Short Term Disability Plan and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, and other voluntary benefits.

Paid Time and Holidays Off
We offer full-time employees 15 days of paid time off, 8 sick days off and 13 holidays off as applicable through the fiscal year.

TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and cover letter expressing your interest and qualifications to jobs@newinc.org with “Production Coordinator” in the subject line.

NEW INC is a nonprofit incubator and a department of the New Museum.
We recognize that it is highly unlikely that someone meets 100% of the qualifications for a role. If much of this job description describes you, then please apply for this role.



PROGRAM MANAGER, NEW INC

Job Title: Program Manager
Department: NEW INC
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Hours Per Week: 40 hours
Union Position: Yes
Grade Level: 3
Salary: $65,563.62
Union Position: Yes
Reports to: Associate Director of Public Programs and Operations

About NEW INC:

NEW INC is an interdisciplinary program of the New Museum that brings together
100 creative practitioners and entrepreneurs annually from a wide variety of fields across art, design, and technology, promoting an environment of collaboration. The initiative is considered a global model for a cultural incubator and colleagues and alumni have hailed it as groundbreaking, transformative, and socially impactful. Critical to the success of NEW INC is its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in both its member recruitment and program methodologies.
Role Summary:

Reporting to the Associate Director, the Program Manager is responsible for managing NEW INC’s Professional Development program and communicating the details of our program activities to our members. Our values-centered Professional Development program is designed for artists and designers establishing or growing their professional studios, or founders who are launching a new creative venture. Over the course of an 11-month period, September-July, we provide our incubator members with a series of workshops and learning opportunities that helps them to establish their identity, values, and goals, and to learn the fundamentals essential to managing and growing a sustainable practice, studio, or business. Through your efforts, our rich member community will feel supported and informed and will leave NEW INC better prepared to drive a resilient creative practice.
NEW INC’s core Professional Development program has been hosted virtually since March 2020, and going into our next program year (beginning Sept 2022) we are aiming to deliver a hybrid program that allows for in-person participation. We’ve moved into a temporary space that allows for some hybrid conferencing and activities.
This is a full-time position with regular working hours of 40hrs per week, Monday to Friday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required for special events. This position is a union-represented position subject to terms of the Museum’s agreement with Local 2110, UAW, and is eligible for the New Museum’s employee benefits programs.

Responsibilities:
●Manage all aspects of our Professional Development planning and delivery, which includes:
○Working with NEW INC leadership to design a program arc for members
○Engaging workshop leaders and working with them to present workshop curriculum and materials. Communicate NEW INC priorities and mission to workshop leaders and other participants.
○Scheduling workshop leaders’ participation in our program and managing ongoing relationships with them
○Handle the contracts and invoicing for workshop leaders
NEW INC’s Professional Development Program is comprised of
CAMP, NEW INC’s weeklong orientation program for new members
Working Groups: Semester-long skill building offerings
Intensives: Day-long, member responsive programming addressing timely topics
Demo Day: A multi-format festival presenting the work of NEW INC members. Program Manager leads the coaching and preparation program for artists.
●Manage all tasks related to Professional Development production. Tasks can include: Creating Zoom registration pages, creating and overseeing program run-of-show agendas, preparing presentation materials, managing RSVPs, ordering supplies, booking spaces, coordinating travel, etc.
●With support from the Program Coordinator, manage communications related to the Professional Development program including designing and managing weekly mailers sent via Mailchimp to the NEW INC cohort.
●In coordination with the Community Manager, develop a plan for evaluating our annual program year by collecting key data and feedback from the NEW INC cohort. Create an annual assessment so we can strengthen our offerings.

Qualifications and Skills:

●Has 3-5 years of relevant professional experience as a program designer and/or administrator
●Excellent communication skills, and are an experienced copywriter/editor
●Experience with virtual and hybrid event production
●Fluency in Zoom, Mailchimp, Squarespace, and G Suite is essential
●Familiarity with Asana (or comparable project management software) is highly desirable
●Exceptional organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects while simultaneously interfacing with our member community
●Previous experience working with a comparable community of creative practitioners and understands what needs or challenges these practitioners might have
●A curious learner who is eager to find and share new models and connect the dots between people and ideas
●Comfortable and confident in taking autonomous ownership over tasks within your purview and are always anticipating the next move, striving to improve systems and processes at every turn.

Benefits
We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Reimbursement Program through the Difference Card, Commuter Benefits Program through the Difference Card, Voluntary Short Term Disability Plan and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, and other voluntary benefits.

Paid Time and Holidays Off
We offer full-time employees 15 days of paid time off, 8 sick days off and 13 holidays off as applicable through the fiscal year.

TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and cover letter expressing your interest and qualifications to jobs@newinc.org with “Program Manager” in the subject line.

NEW INC is a nonprofit incubator and a department of the New Museum.
We recognize that it is highly unlikely that someone meets 100% of the qualifications for a role. If much of this job description describes you, then please apply for this role.



SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

Job Title: Social Media Manager
Department: External Affairs
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Full- Time
Union Position: Yes
Grade Level: 2
Salary: $61,000
Reports to: Director of Marketing and Digital Strategy

POSITION OVERVIEW
The Social Media Manager will manage all existing New Museum social media channels: Instagram (over 800K followers), Facebook (over 220K followers), and Twitter (over 400K followers). Working closely with the Marketing team, this role coordinates a robust multi-channel program designed to elevate artist voices and broaden New Museum brand awareness and affinity. A creative digital storyteller who is tapped into the latest social media trends, the Social Media Manager will manage content development, community management, analytics tracking, and reporting. This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Digital Strategy and plays a key role in the Department of External Affairs which reports into the Deputy Director.
RESPONSIBILITIES
•Create social media content designed to increase brand awareness, provide potential visitors with clear and actionable value offers, and engage audiences with Museum institutional, exhibitions, and program content
•Maintain content calendar and identify key moments for storytelling and engagement
•Manage production and delivery of digital content in collaboration with Digital Marketing Manager and Digital Content Producer; manage all social assets
•Provide live coverage of Museum events as needed
•Under the supervision of the Director of Marketing and Digital Strategy, develop and execute paid social media marketing campaigns
•Coordinate partnerships and special projects, building relationships with influencers and cultivating opportunities for creative collaboration and brand elevation
•Analyze and recommend new social media platforms, stay on top of trends, and bring new ideas to the marketing team
•Track and measure social media engagement and generate quarterly reports on social media activity and performance
•Work closely with the Department of External Affairs team to implement social media strategy and communications plan for exhibitions, programs, and institutional initiatives
•Collaborate with other departments to develop content and ensure timely postings and a balanced mix of content and messaging
•Grow audiences and build strong dialogues about Museum artists, exhibitions, institutional initiatives, and the new building across various channels to elevate brand awareness and cultivate engagement
•Other duties as assigned related to digital marketing, digital content production, and/or other digital communications projects

REQUIREMENTS:
•3–5 years of experience in digital communications/marketing with a strong focus on both organic and paid social media
•Proven ability to implement marketing strategies to increase brand awareness and engagement through the creation of multi-channel social media campaigns and social media monitoring, reporting, and response to issues in a timely manner
•Aptitude in technology platforms, digital content delivery channels, and social media listening/measuring tools.
•Proven organizational and multitasking skills with the ability to work independently, proactively, collaboratively, and effectively under pressure with a wide variety of stakeholders
•Excellent professional writing, editing, and interviewing skills, with a background in content creation and distribution preferred
•Interest in and knowledge of modern and contemporary art preferred
•Fluency with PC and Mac platforms, Photoshop, and social media publishing platforms, such as Sprout or Hootsuite
•Familiarity with Google and Meta Analytics preferred

Benefits
We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Reimbursement Program through the Difference Card, Commuter Benefits Program through the Difference Card, Voluntary Short Term Disability Plan and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, and other voluntary benefits.

Paid Time and Holidays Off
We offer full-time employees 15 days of paid time off, 8 sick days off and 13 holidays off as applicable through the fiscal year.

To Apply Please send a cover letter along with a professional resume to: marketing@newmuseum.org with the subject line “Social Media Manager.”

We recognize that it is highly unlikely that someone meets 100% of the qualifications for a role. If much of this JD describes you, then please apply for this role.



SECURITY OFFICER- FULL-TIME

Job Title: Security Officer
Department: Security
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Union Position: No
Hourly Rate: $19
Reports to: Director of Security

Position Overview
Security Officers are responsible for providing a safe environment for Museum employees, visitors, and artwork. This position is customer service oriented and requires constant interaction with the public to enhance the visitor experience and to provide information regarding the exhibitions on display. Candidate must work well with others to ensure a safe and attractive facility for the public and staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES

•Safeguard art, staff, and equipment.
•Required to assist with building evacuation during emergencies, report problems, suspicious activity, and any other hazards to the Security Supervisor.
•Turns on and off all computers, A/V equipment, and other mechanical devices related to each exhibition.
•Provide crowd control and security for all major exhibition openings and after-hours museum events.
•Required to interact with the public regarding the exhibitions on display and basic wayfinding around the museum.
•Required to attend training sessions pertaining to the Security department and Museum exhibitions.
QUALIFICATIONS

•Must be able to follow instructions, stand and/or patrol for long periods.
•Must be able to professionally interact with the public and other Museum employees.
•Required to possess or obtain certification by New York State as a Registered Security Guard.
•Fireguard Certification for Places of Public Assembly (F-03) required.
•Prior museum experience and/or background in art preferred.
MUST work weekends and evenings as needed.

To Apply:
Please submit resume with the subject line “Security Officer- Full-Time” to applysecurity@newmuseum.org.

Employee Benefits
We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Reimbursement Program through the Difference Card, Commuter Benefits Program through the Difference Card, Voluntary Short Term Disability Plan and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, and other voluntary benefits.

Paid Time and Holidays Off
We offer full-time employees 15 days of paid time off, 8 sick days off and 13 holidays off as applicable through the fiscal year.



SECURITY OFFICER- PART-TIME

Job Title: Security Officer
Department: Security
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Part-Time
Union Position: No
Hourly Rate: $19
Reports to: Director of Security

Position Overview
Security Officers are responsible for providing a safe environment for Museum employees, visitors, and artwork. This position is customer service oriented and requires constant interaction with the public to enhance the visitor experience and to provide information regarding the exhibitions on display. Candidate must work well with others to ensure a safe and attractive facility for the public and staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES

•Safeguards art, staff, and equipment.
•Required to assist with building evacuation during emergencies, report problems, suspicious activity, and any other hazards to Security Supervisor.
•Turns on and off all computers, A/V equipment, and other mechanical devices related to each exhibition.
•Provides crowd control and security for all major exhibition openings and occasional after-hours museum events.
•Required to interact with the public regarding the exhibitions on display and wayfinding around the museum.
•Required to attend training sessions pertaining to Museum exhibitions and customer service.
QUALIFICATIONS

•Must be able to follow instructions and stand and or patrol for long periods.
•Must be able to interact with public and other Museum employees.
•Required to possess or obtain certification by New York State as a Registered Security Guard.
•Fireguard Certification for Places of Public Assembly (F-03) will be required.
• Prior museum experience and/or background in art preferred.
MUST work weekends.

Benefits
We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Reimbursement Program through the Difference Card, Commuter Benefits Program through the Difference Card, Voluntary Short Term Disability Plan and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, and other voluntary benefits.

Paid Time Off
We offer part-time employees 7 sick days per fiscal year.

To Apply:
Please submit resume with the subject line “Security Officer- Part-Time” to applysecurity@newmuseum.org.



SECURITY SUPERVISOR

Job Title: Security Supervisor
Department: Security
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Union Position: No
Reports to: Director of Security

POSITION OVERVIEW
The Security Supervisor is responsible for providing supervision and guidance to Museum Security Officers during day-to-day operations. The Senior Security Supervisor is required to respond to, professionally handle, and document all institutional emergencies/security incidents and take appropriate action according to the institutional emergency action plan. Position reports to the Director of Security.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
•Supervision of Security Personnel; including scheduling, timesheets, and policy infractions.
•Responsible for promptly reporting all incidents, infractions, and security concerns to Director of Security.
•Responsible for documenting and investigating incidents related to the security and safety of visitors, staff, and institutional assets.
•Promote intradepartmental relations throughout the institution and provide security assistance to all departments as needed.
•First Responder and point of contact to visitors, and staff members for resolution of security concerns/issues.
•Responsible for operation of fire safety and security equipment to include CCTV system, DVRs, Card Access Control system and Fire Control Panel.
•Ability to effectively present and answer questions to a culturally diverse populace of all age groups.
•Must be adept at problem solving and have a customer service mentality for dealing with visitors and staff daily.

QUALIFICATIONS
•The ideal candidate should possess 3-5 years in a security and or museum related field.
•Valid NYS Security Guard license a must.
•Candidate must have or obtain F03 and S95 Fireguard, CPR, and First Aid certification
•Associate degree or higher preferred. Candidates with high school diploma will be considered.
•Customer service and supervisory experience necessary.
•Computer literacy and excellent report writing skills a must.
•Must be able to work well independently and as part of a team.
•Must be able to work weekends and after hour events, as per institution needs.

To Apply:
Please submit resume with the subject line “Security Supervisor”- Full-Time” to applysecurity@newmuseum.org.

Employee Benefits
We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Reimbursement Program through the Difference Card, Commuter Benefits Program through the Difference Card, Voluntary Short Term Disability Plan and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, and other voluntary benefits.

Paid Time and Holidays Off
We offer full-time employees 15 days of paid time off, 8 sick days off and 13 holidays off as applicable through the fiscal year.



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