The Hammer Museum is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer
• ACADEMIC PROGRAMS COORDINATOR (CONTRACT)
• MANAGER, FACILITIES
• MUSEUM STORE SALES ASSOCIATE
• MUSEUM STORE DIRECTOR (CONTRACT)
• SECURITY GUARD
Academic Programs Coordinator (Contract)
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, Academic Programs, the Academic Programs Coordinator will coordinate the Museum’s UCLA student-related academic programs. These academic programs include but are not limited to the Hammer Student Association, Hammer Interns, student professional development programs, and outreach to campus. The Hammer Student Association is an organization of undergraduates and graduates with Publications, Events, and Outreach committees that produce an annual art journal and organize up to four workshops and large events at the Hammer each year. Hammer Interns work in all departments and are recruited and scheduled through Academic Programs. They also participate in a series of professional development programs organized by the Hammer.
Responsibilities include coordinating all aspects of the Hammer Student Association under the oversight of the Assistant Director, Academic Programs such as organizing meetings, logistics, events; and overseeing, archiving, and evaluating all student work. Other tasks include coordinating administrative aspects of the Hammer Intern program including recruitment, training, evaluation, and scheduling, as well as organizing the professional development series. The Program Coordinator will also lead public tours as needed and conduct major student recruitment and outreach on campus throughout the year. Major administrative duties include but are not limited to organizing and maintaining education department and Artist Council files; maintaining financial records for all programs; scheduling meetings and making travel arrangements for artists and museum consultants; preparing drafts and final correspondence, memoranda, reports, tables, and other documents; and assisting the Assistant Director, Academic Programs with administrative duties.
To apply, email resume, cover letter, and salary history to email@example.com with “Academic Programs Coordinator” in the subject line. Selected applicants will be contacted. Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, we are regretfully unable to respond to phone calls and emails regarding the status of applications and the recruiting process.
The Manager, Facilities will perform a variety of tasks in the maintenance and repair of the Museum building. In coordination with others on Museum staff, the incumbent will perform and coordinate the labor for the set up and breakdown of all events. The Manager, Facilities will also provide backup assistance and support to the Director, Operations by overseeing the work and scheduling of custodial and facilities staff, planning and scheduling cleaning and maintenance projects, placing supply and equipment maintenance orders, and maintaining vendor contacts/files.
Qualified applicants should submit their qualifications via the UCLA Career Opportunities website. Search for requisition #18075 to apply. EEO/AA.
Museum Store Sales Associate (Part-Time)
The Museum Store is in need of a Sales Associate to fill 1 or 2 shifts a week and occasional weekends. Responsibilities include providing information to Museum visitors, assisting Museum Store customers, operating cash register, and performing opening and closing procedures. Excellent interpersonal skills and retail cashier experience required. Art or art history background preferred. Must be able to work holidays and shifts on an as needed basis.
Part-time position, 1 – 2 shifts a week and some on-call shifts (4 – 15 hours a week).
To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to Brooke Berlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Museum Store Director (Contract)
The Hammer Museum is seeking a Museum Store Director. Open since 1990 and in recent years named one of the best museum shops by Los Angeles Magazine, the Hammer Museum Store has received critical acclaim for its selection of art-related books and children’s section. In connection with its Strategic Plan goals, the Museum Store seeks to establish itself as the unique and preeminent physical and online source in Los Angeles for innovative and hard-to-find products, commissions, and limited editions of exceptional quality and reflecting the Hammer’s distinct aesthetic and mission by emerging and up-and-coming local artists, artisans, craftspeople, and designers.
Under the supervision of the Director, Administration, the Museum Store Director has overall responsibility for the mission-related and creative success of all retail and wholesale functions of the Museum Store, including physical and online stores featuring art and design books, jewelry, accessories, housewares, gifts, and other Museum merchandise. With the support of the Assistant Manager, Retail Operations, the Museum Store Director is also responsible for ensuring the optimal customer experience that is fully integrated into the overall Museum visitor experience, setting and meeting ambitious revenue goals, maximum operational efficiency, and sound fiscal management of the Museum Store.
The Museum Store Director will be charged with establishing and implementing a highly sophisticated, distinguished, and one-of-a-kind retail vision that is consistent with, furthers, and promotes interest and goodwill in the mission, collection, exhibition, and program goals of the Hammer Museum. Active marketing and new retail business models may be considered to drive higher revenue goals in support of the Hammer’s mission.
To apply, email resume, cover letter, and salary history to email@example.com. Selected applicants will be contacted. Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, we are regretfully unable to respond to phone calls and emails regarding the status of applications and the recruiting process.
The position is responsible for the safety and security of the Museum’s Collections, temporary exhibits, employees, and visitors by patrolling the Museum’s property and monitoring the computerized alarm system and closed circuit television system, observing potential hazards or problems and dispatching officers by radio as needed. Maintains daily logs and files required reports.
Qualified applicants should submit their qualifications via the UCLA Career Opportunities website. Search for requisition #18790 to apply. EEO/AA.