Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak Street, Brockton, MA 02301
508.588.6000


Employment

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Teaching Artists

Type: Part-time

Description: Fuller Craft Museum seeks instructors for adult and/or child craft-based workshops.  The workshops run evenings Tuesdays – Thursdays from 6-9 pm and on Saturdays, for 6-8 weeks.  However, if you feel your medium or project requires it, we can discuss the possibility of a Weekend Intensive workshop.

Qualifications: Artists of all media and techniques are encouraged to apply, especially artists working in the media of clay, fiber, wood, glass and metal. Applicants must hold a minimum of a BFA or demonstrate equivalent experience, and be friendly and organized. Teaching experience is a must.  Must be outgoing, enjoy working with the public and organized.

How To Apply: Please send a copy of your resume, a workshop description/proposal and 1-3 images of your own artwork to: sbrousseau@fullercraft.org OR click here to fill-out our workshop proposal form online.

Volunteer

Customer Service Representative

Greet visitors, take admission, and answer phones. Weekday and weekend hours needed. Email guestservices@fullercraft.org

Museum Shop Assistant

Assist the Museum Shop Manager in retail sales, display, pricing, and inventory control. Weekday and weekend hours needed. Email guestservices@fullercraft.org.

Office Assistant

Help the staff with daily office tasks including data entry, mailings, etc. Tasks vary by department. Email guestservices@fullercraft.org.

Internships

Internships at Fuller Craft Museum are exciting opportunities for upperclass college and graduate students looking to pursue a career in museums. Interns are accepted on a rolling basis as can be accommodated. Applicants should be undergrad or graduate students and be able to commit to 8-15 hours per week. Those interested in interning are encouraged to apply early, before the college semester begins.

Marketing Intern: Design

 Fuller Craft Museum seeks an intern to work in the Marketing Department designing print collateral and online content to promote exhibitions and education programs. Interns will participate in different stages of our design process from draft to press, while upholding our guidelines for brand, style, and quality. We seek a highly motivated, detail-oriented individual who has experience designing primarily with InDesign and Photoshop. Dreamweaver is a big plus.  Candidates must have strong written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, and a wide range of computer skills.  College upperclassmen or graduate students majoring in Graphic Design are welcome.  Apply by sending an email with a resume to communications@fullercraft.org.  Please put “Design Internship” in the subject line.

Marketing Intern: Social Media

Marketing: Social Media Intern Fuller Craft Museum seeks an intern to work in the Marketing Department on our social media strategy. We seek a highly motivated individual who enjoys social media: facebook, twitter, instagram, pinterest, hootsuite, blogging, micro blogging, pictures, copy, videos. A good candidate genuinely enjoys interacting with people online and can maintain a steady flow of engaging and informative content to our fans, while brainstorming ways to build our audience. College upperclassmen or graduate students majoring in Marketing or Communications are preferred. Candidate must have strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent organizational skills, and a wide range of computer skills. Intern responsibilities will include:

  • Regular updates to maintain our Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube accounts
  • Research to develop good content
  • Other internet research
  • Maintaining a good rapport with the public and our media relations

Apply by sending an email with a resume to communications@fullercraft.org.  Please put “Social Media Internship” in the subject line.

Education Intern

Fuller Craft Museum seeks an Education Department Intern to assist the Education Coordinator with administrative duties of the education department crucial to its success, and reflects a positive image of Fuller Craft Museum and its mission to the general public, responsibilities will include:

  • • Working closely with the Education Coordinator to create educational experiences for children and/or families to compliment the Museum’s collection and exhibitions.
  • • Facilitate youth workshops within the Museum and with community partners.
  • • Assist with the administration of programs including but not limited to workshops, tours, outreach and special events,  as well as contributing to the overall vision for Education Programs at Fuller Craft Museum.
  • • Take registrations for tours and workshops; maintain files/records.
  • • Deliver excellent customer service–is articulate and helpful and ensures a high-quality experience of students and visitors through thoughtful actions and words.

Qualifications:

Strong organizational skills, computer skills, communication skills, and ease with multitasking are all required. Experience leading art activities and/or developing curriculum materials is preferred. Applicants should be undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Education, Studio Art, Art History or Museum Studies.

How To Apply: Please send a copy of your resume to: sbrousseau@fullercraft.org

Event Planning Intern

Event Planning Intern Description: Fuller Craft Museum offers a unique venue for special events such as weddings, showers, fundraising, and corporate retreats. We are looking for an Event Planning Intern to assist the Rentals Coordinator with planning of a Bridal Fair as well as other administrative duties of the rentals department. This is a 4-month internship ending with the Bridal Fair in mid-January. The Event Planning Intern will:

  • Work closely with the Rentals Coordinator to provide an exceptional experience to our rental parties and organize a unique, creative bridal fair experience
  • Assist in responding to inquiries regarding rentals
  • Reach out to vendors to buy table space at the Bridal Fair
  • Assist in the marketing and promoting the Bridal Fair, as well as promoting the Museum’s rental space in general
  • Assist with the administration of events on the rentals calendar, communicating necessary information to rental parties, caterers, other vendors, and museum staff
  • Deliver excellent customer service-is articulate and helpful in order to ensure rental events are properly managed
  • Have a friendly and professional manner

Qualifications: Strong organizational skills, computer skills, communication skills, and ease with multitasking are all required. Applicants should be undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Arts Administration, Event Planning, or other relevant major. Those with a college degree, but not currently enrolled in a degree program may be considered as well. Can commit 5 – 10 hours per week.

How To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to Rentals Coordinator: Gwendolyn Gavin, ggavin@fullercraft.org with “Event Planning Intern” in subject line.

Salary: unpaid About this Organization: Fuller Craft Museum is New England’s home for contemporary craft. As one of only 8 contemporary craft museums in the United States, Fuller Craft is among the fastest growing, most unique institutions in the northeast.

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