Careers

Working with Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum goes beyond preserving culture and furthering research. It is also meaningful and nourishing to the community we serve.

March 18, 2020

Bishop Museum has implemented a temporary hiatus in hiring for open positions. If you are interested in joining the Museum’s ‘Ohana in the future, we encourage you to submit your application so that we may review it when the hiring freeze has ended.

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Accounting Clerk I

Responsible for data entry of most cash receipts.  Checking accuracy, coding, and entering all Altru daily sales batches and other accounting documents.  Duties also include preparing certain Accounting documents and providing assistance and support to GL and AP accountants as required.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Audit and input daily Altru admissions batches.

  • Print and mail Fareharbor (FH) invoices received from daily admissions batches.

  • Audit and process cash receipts / prepare bank deposits.

  • Assist Senior Accountant with billing.

  • Prepare check requests for the Museum vendors which are handled by Accounting.

  • Prepare credit applications.

  • Prepare credit card log sheets for Accounting and IT personnel as requested.

  • Filing (W9, travel authorization requests (TAR), Altru reports).

  • Coordinate and maintain a system to track all credit cards, details, limits and other information for cards issued to Bishop Museum staff through First Hawaiian Bank.  Also, Liaison to First Hawaiian Bank for corporate credit card program.

  • Print month end postage meter report (account summary) at month end and distribute to Senior Accountant and Controller.

  • Safeguard petty cash funds. Maintain receipts and detailed records to support all transactions.  Prepare reimbursement from bank at the end of the month.

  • Supplies:

  • Coordinate and order all corporate logo supplies for the museum.

  • Coordinate and order all Accounting department supplies.  Obtain approval for orders from Director of Accounting.

  • Prepare month-end journal entry to charge supplies to departments.

  • Assists other staff as requested by supervisor.

  • Interact with staff and museum clients with tact, courtesy and respect at all times.  Stay motivated and project a positive and professional attitude towards fellow workers and clients.  Cooperate and support teamwork.  Maintain and strengthen customer and staff relationships.

  • Work in a safe manner so as not to endanger fellow staff members, volunteers and visitors.  Comply with safety rules and regulations and establish safe work practices.  Read all safety materials received.  Report unsafe conditions and unsafe acts directly to supervisor.  Promptly report accidents to immediate supervisor.  Maintain assigned work area and equipment free of accident producing conditions.

Qualifications

  • Minimum two years related account clerk experience, preferably in a large organization with multiple funding sources, ledgers, departments and/or divisions.

  • Ability to work with little supervision and with a high level of accuracy.

  • Professional, business-like appearance.

  • Good attendance.

  • Good-to-excellent vision and reading ability for purchasing research and records maintenance

  • Detail-oriented with a high level of accuracy and organization.

  • Flexibility in schedule to meet deadlines.

  • A team player.

Hours: Full Time Hourly, some evenings and weekends required
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.
 

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Malacology Collections Technician

Under the direction of the Malacology Curator, the student research assistants’ primary responsibilities are associated with a digitization project funded by the National Science Foundation to digitize, mobilize, and enhance Pacific island land snail specimen records at Bishop Museum. They will work with the Malacology staff, volunteers and interns in completing the objectives of the project and will complete other museum curatorial tasks as assigned. Work hours not to exceed available grant funding.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Processes specimens for preservation and storage using appropriate methods and techniques to provide for their optimum use in study or display.
  • Assists with the updating and maintenance of various types of collection databases (specimen, geographic, bibliographic, etc.) including managing digital image and sound files to ensure preservation of all forms of information.
  • Conducts regular IPM monitoring and intervention for pests, temperature, humidity, light and dirt. Uses and calibrates monitoring supplies and equipment.
  • Conducts routine curatorial tasks including 1. monitoring level, ph and specific gravity of fluid preservatives; 2. freeze-sterilizing specimens and supplies; 3. taking inventories; 4. maintaining order in cabinets and drawers.
  • Coordinates with CM on specimen loan transactions, accessions, and deaccessions according to current collection management policies and procedures to ensure the creation and maintenance of appropriate records.
  • Works with and supervises volunteers, as necessary, to ensure proper maintenance and security of the collections.
  • Interprets/identifies undetermined material, classifies and organizes into taxonomic groups as appropriate (i.e., Order, Family, Subfamily, etc.) to facilitate access and retrieval of the collections.
  • Assists other staff, visiting researchers and the public requiring access to the collections, to ensure the safety and security of the collections and to fulfill public outreach goals.
  • Works with federal and state agencies to ensure compliance with all collecting, salvaging, possessing and shipping regulations.
  • Interacts with staff and Museum clients with tact, courtesy and unqualified respect at all times. Stays motivated and projects a positive and professional attitude towards fellow workers and clients. Cooperates and supports teamwork; maintains and strengthens customer relations.
  • Works in a safe manner so as not to endanger fellow staff members, volunteers and visitors. Complies with safety rules and regulations and establishes safe work practices. Reads all safety materials received. Promptly reports unsafe conditions and unsafe acts or accidents to appropriate individual. Maintains assigned work area and equipment free of accident-producing conditions.
  • Participation on field trips for the purpose of surveying, sampling, collecting, and general research activities to locations that may be remote from medical facilities and other urban infrastructure, and may involve activities such as hiking, camping, climbing, rope work (such as rappelling and use of rope bridges), transport via helicopter and other small aircraft, working from boats (ships and small craft), submersible diving, snorkeling, scuba diving and other similar activities necessary to fulfill the objectives of the associated research activities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Collection Manager to accomplish the goals of the Museum.

 

Qualifications

  • At least one year of experience in a museum collection setting working with a variety of equipment, including microscopes and digital cameras. As the majority of the BPBM land snail collection is comprised of Hawaiian material, prior work experience and knowledge of native Hawaiian land snails (all 13 native families) and non-native land snails (e.g., the 60+ established invasives land snail species) of Hawaii, and the techniques used for classification and identification of desired.
  • Tech I : High School diploma and a desire to learn science.
  • Tech II: AD/BA/BS degree (in biology, museum studies or related field preferred) OR High School diploma AND up to 3 years’ experience in field, lab, or related science/museum work.
  • Tech III: AD/BA/BS degree (in biology, museum studies or related field preferred) AND 5 years of experience in field, lab, systems management, or museum studies/library sciences.

 

Other Requirements

  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team setting with emphasis on making solid judgments when problem solving.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills (e-mail, phone and in-person).
  • Demonstrated proficiency with PC computer software: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and other Windows based applications.
  • Flexibility in working hours, as some evening and weekend work is required.
  • Must have own car with proof of insurance.
  • Professional business-like appearance
  • Good Attendance
  • Detail oriented

 

Direct Reports

None

 

Working Conditions

Laboratory work environment may involve exposure to fumes, noxious odors, and gases from the mounting and preservation media, as well as dust and mold from the specimens themselves. Field work may involve exposure to high altitudes and wet conditions.

 

Physical Requirements

Primarily light work with periods of sitting, walking, reaching, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling. A high degree of hand-eye coordination required in using a microscope, hand tools and light power tools to mount and prepare specimens which range in size from small and delicate to very large and heavy. Long periods of handling and manipulating specimens and storage containers. Long periods of data entry and keyboard use. Visual requirements include 20/20 corrected vision, depth perception, a wide field of vision and the ability to distinguish colors. Must be able to lift at most 25 lbs. Must be able to communicate verbally with co-workers and others, both in person and over the phone. Must be able to read and process information, as well as communicate in writing.

 
Hours: Casual Hourly, some evenings and weekends required.
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.
 

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Security Officer (2nd Watch)

2nd Watch: 8 am to 4 pm.

Provide protection and safety for Bishop Museum visitors, staff, volunteers, collections, and buildings. Direct vehicular and pedestrian traffic as needed. Assume responsibility for building, contents, and staff during non-public hours. Complete written reports and logs as required.

Qualifications:

  • Must have experience in security, preferably in a museum or educational environment.
  • Must have patience interacting with children and senior citizens
  • Be tactful in dealing staff, researchers and visitors
  • Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in written form
  • Capable of original thinking and planning.

 

Required license or certification: Valid Security Guard Card issued by the State of Hawai’i

Education: High school graduate

Hours: Full Time Hourly, some evenings and weekends required
Salary: TBD
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.
 

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Digital Communications Coordinator

It’s said that at any given time, Bishop Museum has 25,000,000 stories waiting to be told. We’re searching for a teammate passionate about the history, culture, art, and science of Hawaii and the Pacific, to help share these stories with our global audience.

Join the Bishop Museum Ohana as our Digital Communications Coordinator in the Institutional Advancement department. The Digital Communications Coordinator supports key digital communications activities for the Museum including content management; content creation; social media; email marketing; and cross-platform analytics.

This position is an integral member of our communications and marketing team, and collaborates within and across the Museum’s cultural, scientific, operational, and administrative departments to fulfill organizational goals and milestones. Specifically, the Digital Communications Coordinator works to increase web traffic; social media audience engagement and growth; and email lead generation.

This individual keeps abreast of trends and implements compelling digital communications initiatives, with creative and targeted content, to diverse audiences – from the native Hawaiian practitioner on Hawaii Island, to the natural sciences researcher in Europe, to the visiting traveler from Japan, to the family of four in Honolulu planning their Spring Break activities. Together with the Director of Communications, this individual coordinates and supports the digital presence of the Museum’s exhibits, programs, services, and campaigns.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for serving the Museum’s many stakeholders; the energy to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment; the initiative and creativity to explore new ways to engage the Museum’s diverse audiences; and the commitment to helping preserve our island homes’ history, culture, and environment. Optimally, the candidate will have some work experience/background in online communications and/or public relations; enjoy writing; and have a working knowledge of design, photography, and videography / video editing.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

 

Content

  • Assist with managing the Museum’s planning, scheduling, and production calendars for its various channels.
  • Produce content, including copy, photography, infographics, and video.
  • Assist with covering Museum events for broadcast on our various channels. This would involve some off-hours and weekend/holiday work.
  • Assist with project management of communications and marketing-related design, photography, and video projects with both internal teams and external partners.
  • Contribute to the development of thoughtful and engaging content strategy.

 

Social Media

  • Ensure that the Museum’s social media channels remain responsive, collaborative, innovative, and engaging.
  • Stay informed on emerging online communications tools, social media trends, and overall best practices.
  • Execute on the social media strategic plan and oversee the Museum’s presence on all social media platforms (Including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube) by responding to comments and messages and engaging with fans and followers, as well as partner organizations and entities.
  • Write copy and schedule social media posts.
  • Create and implement strategies to increase the number of fans/followers and to increase audience engagement on social media platforms.
  • As needed, evaluate efforts and advise when social channels should be retired and/or when new channels should be explored.

 

Email Marketing

  • Coordinate, build, edit, and distribute outbound email campaigns to support Museum programs and initiatives, including weekly newsletters, advocacy alerts, event promotions, and automated/triggered messages.
  • Create and implement lead generation strategies to increase our subscriber base.
  • Support routine maintenance and cleanup of email list.

 

Reporting

  • Track and provide reports and analytics on social and email conversion metrics.
  • Coordinate annual and other regular reporting on digital communications and marketing metrics for external stakeholders.
  • Contribute to the preparation of regular and campaign-specific reports on social, email, and other digital communications performance to relevant staff 

 

Other

Additional duties as assigned to advance the Museum’s mission.

 

Qualifications

  • Familiarity with Hawaiian and Pacific culture, history, natural sciences, and environment
  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Minimum one year experience in online communications, public relations, and/or online marketing
  •  Strong communication and writing skills
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with internal and external partners on multiple intricate, detailed, and time-sensitive projects
  • Demonstrated experience managing large, diverse online communities and global audiences, with the ability to diffuse potential hot-button issues
  • Experience with social media and email management platforms and tools
  • Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite of programs
  • Basic knowledge of design and familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite and/or related tools
  • Experience with videography, photography, and copywriting for online channels
  • Familiarity and experience with video editing tools
  • As noted above, the ideal candidate will have a passion for serving the Museum’s many stakeholders; the energy to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment; the initiative and creativity to explore new ways to engage the Museum’s diverse audiences; and the commitment to helping preserve our island homes’ history, culture, natural sciences, and environment

 

Other Requirements

  • The Digital Communications Coordinator will share social media management duties which include after-hours monitoring and responding on all channels. During emergency situations, this position will require extended shifts to assist with any and all Museum communications duties as needed
  • Flexibility in day to day working hours, as some evening and weekend work is required
  • Must have own car with proof of insurance and valid Hawai‘i Driver’s License
  • Professional, business-like appearance
  • Good attendance
  • Experience creating and working with processes and systems a plus

 

Hours: Full Time Hourly, some evenings and weekends required
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.
 

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Ethnology Collections Technician

The Collections Technician is responsible for assisting the Collections Manager in the care and maintenance of collections within the division or department, and their associated records; assists with supervision of volunteer activities; carries out activities associated with collection use to provide access.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assists the staff, lay and public in safe collections access to facilitate and control use, and responds to inquires to provide accurate and appropriate information.
  • Assists with the processing of collections to ensure that additions to and deletions are in accordance with Museum and department policies and procedures, and federal and state law.
  • Participates in the identification, recording, and organization of the collections according to departmental and disciplinary standards to enhance access and retrieval of materials for study and exhibition.
  • Assists with the planning, arrangement, and maintenance of storage systems, monitors and controls environmental conditions, and appropriately secures the collection to ensure the physical welfare of the collections and associated records.
  • Works with collections staff to develop and maintains retrieval systems to enhance access to and use of the collections, and associated information.
  • May supervise the work of collections interns and/or volunteers on specific projects.
  • Performs other duties, as assigned, to accomplish the goals of the Museum.

 

Qualifications

  • 1-2 years prior experience working with collections preferred.
  • Ability to communicate clearly in writing and verbally.
  • Hawaiian language proficiency preferred.
  • Computer-literate, ability to use/learn various computer applications.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently.
  • Ability to maintain composure when working under time constraints and to meet deadlines.

 

Other Requirements

  • Flexibility in working hours, as some evening and weekend work is required.
  • Professional business-like appearance.
  • Good attendance.
  • Detail-oriented.

 

Direct Reports None.

Working Conditions Occasional evening and weekend work required.

Physical Requirements Occasionally required to stand for extended periods of time, climb stairs, lift heavy objects, and do repetitive tasks with few breaks.

Hours: Full Time Hourly, some evenings and weekends required
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.

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Conservator

The Conservator manages the Conservation Laboratory and all Conservation projects. The Conservator is responsible for providing conservation consultation, examination, survey and treatment services for provision of conservation service.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Examines materials to determine their condition and provides proposals with cost estimates for provision of conservation service. As needed in treatments, researches artists’ techniques and interprets scientific analysis of materials.
  • Prepares written reports and/or photographs to document the condition of objects before, during, and after treatment.

  • Provides stabilization and conservation treatment with respect for the integrity of the artifact and intent of the artist.

  • Surveys collections and evaluates environmental conditions to provide recommendations for proper and safe storage and exhibition. Provides assistance with conservation planning. Manages the IPM program for exhibit spaces and coordinates IPM activities with Collections Managers across the Museum.

  • May plan, research, and manage large grant or contract-funded conservation projects.

  • May supervise interns and/or volunteers to instruct and ensure quality work is performed in a timely and efficient manner.

  • Determines the advisability of transporting objects, provides information on proper packing, and/or supervises or carries out the packing.

  • Answers inquiries, lectures, and participates in workshops to educate museum professionals and the general public in basic conservation principles.

  • Interacts with staff and museum clients with tact, courtesy and respect. Projects a positive and professional attitude. Cooperates and supports teamwork; maintains and strengthens customer relations.

  • Performs other duties as necessary to accomplish Museum goals.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in conservation from an accredited conservation training program.

  • 1-5 years experience as a practicing conservator, or equivalent training and experience.

  • Ability to communicate clearly in English.

  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to work effectively as part of a team.

  • Ability to maintain composure when working under time constraints and to meet deadlines.

Other Requirements

  • Flexibility in working hours, as some evening and weekend work is required.

  • Professional business-like appearance.

  • Good attendance.

  • Detail-oriented.

Hours: Full Time Salary, some evenings and weekends required
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.
 

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Ethnology Collections Manager

The Ethnology Collections Manager is responsible for administering the care and maintenance of collections and associated records in the Ethnology Department, under the supervision and guidance of the appropriate Curator, when that position is filled. The Collections Manager supervises collections staff activities and manages activities associated with collections use to provide access.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintains overall responsibility of all collections and records, unless care of a specific collection or group of collections has been designated to another qualified individual. 
  • Supervises and coordinates the training and work of collections staff and volunteers and encourages their professional development to manage the collections efficiently and effectively.
  • Supervises and participates in the processing of transactions to ensure that additions to and deletions from the collections are in accordance with Museum and department policies and procedures, and federal and state law.
  • Works closely with the Registration office to facilitate incoming and ongoing loans.
  • Facilitates the curatorial review of collections offered by potential donors, and coordinates the processing of incoming of donations.
  • Assists and participates in the identification, recording, and organization of the collections according to departmental and disciplinary standards to enhance access and retrieval of materials for study and exhibition.
  • Plans, arranges, and maintains storage systems, monitors and controls environmental conditions within storage areas and display galleries, and appropriately secures the collections to ensure the physical welfare of the collections and associated records.
  • Develops and maintains retrieval systems to enhance access to and use of the collections, and associated information. Assists with safe collections access to facilitate and control use, and responds to inquires to provide accurate and appropriate information.
  • Assists the Curator to provide guided tours and explanations to public groups to demonstrate the collections’ care and use, and to inform the public of Museum resources.
  • Assists the Curator in developing and writing grant proposals to support proper care, processing, and access associated with assigned collections.
  • Under the guidance of the Curator, supports exhibit making by coordinating collections readiness for temporary exhibition and long term displays, and by participating and coordinating exhibit installations and de-installation.
  • Performs other duties, as assigned, to accomplish the goals of the museum.

 

Qualifications

  • Masters degree in a related field or 5+ years of experience in collections management.
  • Expertise in Hawaiian and Pacific material culture.
  • Ability to read, write, and communicate in English.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to work effectively as part of a team.
  • Ability to maintain composure when working under time constraints and to meet deadlines.

 

Other Requirements

  • Flexibility in working hours, as some evening and weekend work is required.
  • Must have own car with proof of insurance.
  • Professional business like appearance
  • Good Attendance
  • Detail oriented

 

Direct Reports

  • Ethnology Assistant Collections Manager
  • Ethnology Collections Technician 1
  • Ethnology Collections Technician 2

 

Working Conditions

Occasional evening and weekend work required, including working outdoors.

Physical Requirements

Occasionally required to stand for extended periods of time, climb stairs, lift heavy objects, and do repetitive tasks with few breaks.

Hours: Full Time Salary, some evenings and weekends required
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.
 

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Vice President of Research and Collections

The Vice President of Collections and Research is a key leadership position that will play a critical role in Bishop Museum’s successful growth. He or she is responsible for the management and academic leadership of the Museum’s Collections and Research programs, which includes Natural Sciences, Cultural Resources, Library and Archives, Hawaii Biological Survey, Pacific Biological Survey, Pacific Center for Molecular Biology, Pacific Science Association and related local, national and international initiatives. He or she will work closely with the President & CEO and senior leadership team to implement the Museum’s new strategic plan with a focus on supporting and strengthening the Museum’s knowledge core—comprised of collections, research, and living culture—with an emphasis on partnerships, funding opportunities, improving access to collections, growing research, and sharing the Museum’s knowledge core through dynamic and innovative anchor programs and signature initiatives.

S/he must be an effective leader and team member who can work in a dynamic and collaborative environment. Additionally, he or she must know how to create and manage plans and budgets, be a data-driven, critical thinker, conversant with current technologies, comfortable in public presentations, and serve as a spokesperson to champion the Museum’s mission and priorities.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provides leadership and management for the Museum’s knowledge core, including collections, research, and living culture staff.
  • Responsible for the ensuring the highest possible standards of stewardship for the Museum’s collections and living culture resources. Leads the development of innovative research programs, sets the direction for collections use and access policies, and oversees management and care of collections in alignment with the overall strategic direction of the Museum.
  • Actively seeks and obtains financial support through grants, contracts, professional contracts and other resources to further Museum research objectives, support the collections, and/or to support major Museum programs. Works collaboratively with institutional advancement to support Museum fundraising efforts and cultivate donor prospects as needed.
  • Develops and implements long-range plans, strategies, budgets, operational planning procedures and evaluative/measurement tools that will ensure that all of the Museum’s research and collections activities conform to museum best practices, align with the Museum’s strategic plan, and meet the needs of the
  • Museum’s various audiences. Regularly evaluates research and collections operations for effectiveness and adjusts as needed.
  • Develops partnerships with external agencies, organizations, and community groups aligned with the museum’s strategic goals to broaden the Museum’s impact.
  • Works collaboratively with Exhibits and Education to develop dynamic and innovative anchor programs and signature initiatives that bring the Museum’s knowledge core to the public. Serves the Museum’s public programs goals through significant contributions in leading lectures, workshops, field trips, docent training, educational program development, exhibit planning and through provision of technical information, content knowledge, and assistance to Museum and clients or partners.
  • Represents the Museum and its public programs externally in venues ranging from conferences to special events and media appearances. Maintains leadership affiliations in scholarly and professional organizations through active service (i.e., committees, councils, editorial review boards, funding review panels) and participation (i.e., attendance, panel discussions, etc.).
  • Provides staff liaison support and management of the Museum’s Board Research and Collections Committee and supports other Board Committees as requested. Participates on internal working committees as required.
  • Encourages staff professionalism, promote teamwork, and uses the resources and creativity necessary to develop solutions to Museum issues and concerns. Interacts with staff and Museum clients with tact, courtesy and unqualified respect at all times. Stays motivated and projects a positive and professional attitude towards fellow workers and clients. Cooperates and supports teamwork; maintains and strengthens customer relations.
  • Works in a safe manner so as not to endanger fellow staff members, volunteers and visitors. Complies with safety rules and regulations and establishes safe work practices. Reads all safety materials received. Promptly reports unsafe conditions and unsafe acts or accidents to appropriate individuals. Maintains assigned work area and equipment free to accident-producing conditions.
  • Performs other duties as requested to accomplish the goals of the Museum.

 

Qualifications

Education and Experience

  • PhD or equivalent experience in a field related to the Museum’s knowledge core.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Hawaiian or Pacific culture(s), language, and history.
  • Commitment to the goals of the Museum and demonstrated understanding of operations of a museum.
  • Excellent administrative and management skills, preferably in a museum or related setting.
  • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation, and project management skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to obtain significant levels of grant funding and develop collaborations and community partnerships.
  • Proven, successful track record of program development and implementation in museum or related public environment.
  • · Demonstrated ability to plan and manage a department and staff with limited budgets to achieve organizational goals.
  • Solutions-oriented, diplomatic problem solver and true team player.
  • Software used: MS Word / Excel / Access as well as familiarity with internet and e-mail programs.
  • Familiarity with database programs a plus.

 

Direct Reports

Director of Natural Sciences; Director of Cultural Resources; Director of Library and Archives; Registrar; Conservator; Grants and Office Manager

Other Requirements

• Flexibility in working hours, as some evening and weekend work is required.

• Must have own car with proof of insurance and valid Hawai‘i Drivers’ License.

• Organized, analytical, and detail-oriented.

• Ability to manage multiple ongoing projects with little supervision.

• Ability to network with relevant community members, public officials and government agency staff.

• Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and proficiently.

• Effective verbal and written communication skills for a variety of audiences.

• Ability to work effectively in collaboration with others.

• Maintains a positive and respectful attitude.

• Professional, business-like appearance and demeanor.

Working Conditions

Office, laboratory, and field work environments may all apply. Some evening and weekend activities.

Hours: Full Time Salary, some evenings and weekends required
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Deadline to apply: Application will remain open until position is filled.
 

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Bishop Museum is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to affirmative action and workforce diversity.

It is our policy to consider all qualified applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a non-job related medical condition or disability.

In compliance with federal law and as a condition of employment, all employees must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process please contact Cynthia Higa, Manager of Human Resources at (808) 848-4171.

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