The mission of the Morris Museum is to elevate the cultural consciousness, excite the mind and enhance the quality of life of children and adults in the communities it serves by providing excellence in programming and education in the arts, sciences and humanities.
The Museum, family oriented and community focused, provides unique school offerings, changing exhibitions and distinctive performances to further the understanding and appreciation of the role of arts, sciences and humanities in our diverse communities. It also builds and preserves a permanent collection of art, science and cultural materials and organizes and presents exhibits, educational programs and publications which serve as a significant learning resource for the citizens of the State of New Jersey.
The Morris Museum is seeking a Membership Coordinator – a dynamic, enthusiastic professional to oversee our ever-growing membership program. This is a perfect role for a candidate seeking to work in a museum development office. An interest in fundraising is crucial, and passion for the arts is a must. There is opportunity for growth in this role.
For a complete description of the position and it requirements see Membership Coordinator job Description.
The Morris Museum is seeking an Institutional Giving Associate to support our grants and corporate giving programs. The individual selected will identify, define and develop funding sources to support existing and planned program activities as well as coordinate the development, writing and submission of all proposals to corporations, foundations and government.
For a complete description of the position and it requirements see Institutional Giving Associate job description.
The Morris Museum is seeking Maintenance and Security Personnel. The position requires routine maintenance of the Museum facility and theatre, which includes minor repairs, renovations and various custodial duties.
For a complete description of the position and it requirements see Maintenance Personnel job description