Jobs & Opportunities
Learning Programs Coordinator (applications are now open)
FCM seeks an enthusiastic, creative, and highly organized individual to join our team and help fulfill our museum mission of creating an accessible life-long learning environment and bringing craft to the diverse communities we serve. The Learning Programs Coordinator will primarily administer and supervise our Museum Educator (docent) program, our internship programs, our paid studio classes and workshops, and our tour bookings and reservations. These programs connect local organizations, students, and community members with opportunities to learn about the museum, art, craft, and more.
The position is a full time, salaried, exempt year-round position for $42,000 a year for 32 hours a week (Tu-Fri, 9 am – 5 pm, with some weekend and evening work required). The position reports to the Director of Learning & Engagement (DoL) and is eligible for benefits including medical and dental insurance (80% employer paid), retirement with 3% employer match, and paid time off. FCM offers a flexible work environment with the possibility of partial remote work.
For more detailed information and application instructions, view the individual description below.
Studio Workshop Instructors (Applications are Open)
At Fuller Craft Museum, we explore the materials, techniques, and artistic expression that challenge the perception of craft, while honoring the achievements of the past. We are seeking workshop proposals and instructors for our adult and ceramic classes, but all art and craft media are welcome.
Priority will be given to craft media but proposals for all forms of art are welcome. We are currently hiring for our Fall 2023 Class Session (September 9-December 17). These are part-time, temporary, non-benefited, contract positions. The size and scheduling for workshops depends on their medium, equipment, and space needs. Classes can be one-day or multi-session (up to 10-weeks) with flexible start and end dates.
Denise LeBlanc Internship (Applications are Open)
The Denise LeBlanc Internship Fund was created expressly to provide stipends for paid internship opportunities at Fuller Craft Museum to students currently enrolled in a 2- or 4-year academic program, or who have commensurate life experience. The Denise LeBlanc Internship Fund was designed to accommodate students who might not otherwise be able to accept an unpaid internship opportunity; because of this, a statement of financial need is included in the internship application.
A paid internship at Fuller Craft Museum offers practical experience, collaboration with our professional staff, and exposure to various aspects of general non-profit operations. Interns will gain valuable skills such as teamwork, leadership, and creative problem solving, while developing their professional interests. Interns will work on various assignments, including but not limited to: department initiatives, administrative tasks, special projects, and research opportunities. Assignments are dependent on Fuller Craft Museum’s needs and the intern’s individual strengths and interests.
The Denise LeBlanc Internship Fund is made possible by the endowment of a generous anonymous donor, in tribute to the service of former Fuller Craft Museum Executive Director, Denise LeBlanc.
For more information, eligibility, and application instructions view the individual description below.
Denise LeBlanc Internship Job Description