Tudor Place

Employment and Internships

Employment

Rental Events and Visitor Services Manager

The Rental Events and Visitor Services Manager coordinates rental events (including planning, contracts, and logistics), helps promote Tudor Place as a venue, and represents the museum at relevant professional occasions, among other duties. Visitor Services responsibilities include leading tours, staffing the Visitor Center and shop, promoting membership, and assisting with Education programs. The position frequently requires working outside normal business hours. Experience in events, working with the public, and leading tours or other public speaking are desirable. See position description for further details:

No phone calls, please. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Development Manager

The Development Manager oversees memberships (acquisitions, renewals, and upgrades); researches individual and foundation donors; and handles foundation submissions and reports and Annual Report mailings; manages records associated with the capital campaign; and oversees all departmental activity in The Raiser’s Edge database. Ideal candidate will have B.A./B.S. degree and three or more years' experience in non-profit fundraising, including experience researching donors and funding sources. See position description for further details:

No phone calls, please. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Internships

2014-15 Education Internship (paid)

Tudor Place seeks education interns to assist with developing and leading youth programs, leading tours for students and other visitors, and otherwise assisting with research and programming for public education. The internships are designed to provide practical, hands-on experience to those pursuing graduate-level degrees in museum studies, museum education, American history, public history, art history, architectural history, library science, or archival studies. Strong undergraduate applicants may be considered as well. A stipend of $1,200 will be provided, and academic credit may be arranged in cooperation with a sponsoring institution. (Contact information is in the position description.)

Apply by August 16, 2014. No phone calls, please. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Fall Collections Interns: Collections Management, Furnishing Plan, Decorative Arts, and Data Management

Tudor Place seeks several qualified fall interns to assist the Collections staff, September through December. Ideal candidates will be enrolled in graduate studies in a relevant field, such as Museum Studies, Material Culture, Decorative Arts, Art History, History, etc., or a recent graduate. Responsibilities include cataloguing, condition assessments, digitization, and research. Academic credit can be arranged with sponsoring college or university. Contact information is contained in the position description.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted after August 22.

Fall Archives Intern: Library and Archive

Tudor Place seeks a qualified fall intern to assist the Archivist, September through December. with cataloguing and assessment and occasional rehousing of approximately 360 books from the 18th through 20th centuries. This internship opportunity is ideal for students interested in library science, digital archives, digitization and data management. Applicants must be enrolled in or recently graduated from a Library Science or related college-level program; academic credit can be arranged with a sponsoring institution. Contact information is contained below.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted after August 22.