Career Opportunities

Join a team of fundraising professionals across the Institution working to chart the future of the Smithsonian.

Office of Advancement: Career Opportunities

Resumes are only accepted in applications for listed positions. Please send a cover letter and resume to oastaffing@si.edu. Specify the position title for which you are applying in the subject line.

Open Positions

Senior Programmer, Fundraising, Office of Advancement / Grade: IS-12/13 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: March 27

 

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and undertakes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign. 

In planning for the campaign, the Smithsonian is building a model fundraising organization, one that will meet the growing needs of this unique organization and offer excellent professional opportunities.  This position offers exciting opportunities for the successful candidate to make a significant impact on the future of the Smithsonian.  There is no better time to join this amazing Institution.

The Smithsonian Institution's Office of Advancement seeks a Senior Programmer. This is an exceptional opportunity for an energetic professional with demonstrated success analyzing user requirements, and writing and developing reports in PL/SQL, SQL and Cognos. This person will add value by taking technical specifications and:

  • Perform report design and development in Cognos Report Studio
  • Design Cognos Framework Manager and Transformer models
  • Build table definitions using SQL
  • Provide production operations support such as migrations, and trouble-shooting
  • Create procedures, packages, and functions in PL/SQL
  • Develop technical documentation

The person must be able to prove that he or she has strong working knowledge of relational database design, SQL and PL/SQL, including schemas and normalization, stored procedures, indexes, triggers, and other advanced features.  Be able to write complex queries and optimize the performance of queries.  Be able to build essential elements including tables, custom views, scripts, fields and formulas for each anticipated report, either in the dbase, or within BI Cognos tools. 

Must have experience with large and complex databases—preferably fundraising, membership or sales databases. At least 2 years’ experience in Oracle SQL and PL/SQL, and/or at least 6 months experience in Cognos 10 BI product suite.  Candidate must have the initiative to quickly learn fundraising data models, and technical architecture. The candidate will possess experience with fundraising and information technology business processes; Experience with the Ellucian Advance system is a plus and a track record in building relationships across large and diverse organizations.

The Smithsonian Institution is a unique complex of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and nine research centers.  The Smithsonian is a national and world treasure and is dedicated to its founding mission, “the increase and diffusion of knowledge.”  Its exhibitions, programs, collections, and outreach touch the lives of millions of Americans every year, as well as many who visit us from abroad. 

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The Smithsonian Institution offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive package of benefits. This is not a Federal Position, but has similar requirements and benefits. Interested candidates should submit their resumes and a cover letter to oastaffing@si.edu by March 27.

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Assistant Director of Advancement, National Museum of the American Indian / Grade: IS-14 / Location: New York, NY / Open to All / Closing: March 27

 

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution advances a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and builds its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign.  In planning for the campaign, the Smithsonian is building a model fundraising organization, one that will meet the growing needs of this unique organization and offer excellent professional opportunities.   There is no better time to join this amazing Institution.

The National Museum of the American Indian – New York (NMAI-NY), located in Lower Manhattan, seeks an experienced and dynamic candidate to serve as the Assistant Director of Advancement.  This is an exceptional opportunity for an energetic professional with strong frontline fundraising skills to play a key role in building private support for educational and outreach activities, research, and endowment needs at the institute.  The Assistant Director of Advancement will oversee and coordinate the work of the museum’s fundraising staff located at the NMAI-NY, and will plan, establish and lead fundraising initiatives for the NMAI. The position will serve as the senior fundraising authority at the NMAI-NY, will craft donor cultivation and solicitation plans, and will collaborate with other museum staff on ways to enhance donor relations. The position will also serve as a primary liaison with the New York Board of Directors - conducting all annual solicitations and outlining strategies for any special gift initiatives, participating in designing meeting agendas, and supporting both the cultivation and governance committees.

The successful candidate will possess strong leadership and communications skills, and a track record in building relationships across a spectrum of individual, foundation and corporate donors to achieve aggressive fundraising goals. The position reports to the NMAI’s Associate Director for Advancement as a key member of the NMAI management team and liaison to the central Smithsonian Office of Advancement.  A minimum of six years of experience in major gift fundraising to include principle or leadership giving is required. 

Established in 1989, through an Act of Congress, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian is an institution of living cultures dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of the life, languages, literature, history and arts of the Native peoples of the Western Hemisphere. The National Museum of the American Indian is comprised of two premier centers for exhibitions and public programs— a museum in Washington, D.C., on the National Mall, and a second museum in Lower Manhattan in New York City. The museum also has a collections, research and conservation facility, the Cultural Resources Center, which is located in Suitland, Maryland. The three state-of-the-art facilities of the National Museum of the American Indian make it a leading museum about Native peoples of the Western Hemisphere and a popular cultural destination.

The Smithsonian Institution is a unique complex of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and nine research centers.  The Smithsonian is a national and world treasure and is dedicated to its founding mission, “the increase and diffusion of knowledge.”  Its exhibitions, programs, collections, and outreach touch the lives of millions of Americans every year, as well as many who visit us from abroad. 

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The Smithsonian Institution offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive package of benefits. This is not a Federal Position, but has similar requirements and benefits. Interested candidates should submit their resumes and a cover letter to oastaffing@si.edu by March 27, 2015.  

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Major Gift Officer, National Museum of Natural History / Grade: IS-13/14 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: April 8

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and undertakes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign.

The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), one of the most visited museums in the United States, invites you to be a part of its dynamic fundraising team, as the Museum conducts a $230 million campaign, which is part of an overall Smithsonian Comprehensive Campaign.

The Museum is seeking an experienced and creative candidate to fill up a Major Gift Officer (MGO) position.  This position is located in the Office of Advancement, National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) and reports to the Museum’s Associate Director for Development/ Chief Development Officer.

Working under the direction of the Museum's Chief Development Officer, the MGO position will play an important role in building and managing national portfolios of major gift prospects, expanding the scope and scale of the Museum’s fundraising efforts, and in helping formulate strategy and implementation of plans to achieve fundraising goals.  The MGO will be responsible for securing contributions from individuals, foundations, corporations, and other organizations by discovering and cultivating productive relationships with prospective donors.

Successful candidates will demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills, and the initiative and ability to work independently. A minimum of four years of progressive fundraising experience, a passion for learning and exploration, and the desire to join a dynamic and growing operation should be demonstrated in your application. Experience in complex higher education or a large cultural or environmental organization is preferred.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Pre-employment Background Investigation must be successfully completed.
  • Irregular tour of duty to include evenings and weekends may be required for special events.
  • Extensive travel required.

The Museum has attracted eight-figure gifts in each of the last five years. Our challenge now is to leverage the extraordinary strength of the higher levels of the donor pyramid. We are growing the Museum's donor base at the five-, six- and seven-figure levels, acquiring new donors through annual giving, and moving funders through the giving cycle.  Identifying, cultivating, and soliciting new donors at all levels will be critical to the success of the current campaign and NMNH's future fundraising efforts.  To learn more about the Museum, please visit www.mnh.si.edu.

The Smithsonian Institution offers a competitive salary and comprehensive package of benefits. This is not a Federal Position, but has similar requirements and benefits. For a complete description of benefits, please visit www.sihr.si.edu.  To learn more about the Smithsonian, please visit www.si.edu.

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Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume by April 8, 2015 to oastaffing@si.edu.  Please include the position title in the subject line of your e-mail.  Resumes should include a description of your paid and non-paid work experience that is related to this  job; starting and ending dates of job (Month and year); and average number of hours worked per week.

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Assistant Director of Advancement, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service / Grade IS-13 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: April 8

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and undertakes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign. 

The Smithsonian is building a model fundraising organization, one that will meet the growing needs of this unique organization and offer excellent professional opportunities. This position offers exciting opportunities for the successful candidate to make a significant impact on the future of the Smithsonian.  There is no better time to join this amazing Institution.

The Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) provides a public service to educational, scientific, cultural, and on occasion, commercial institutions by creating, organizing and administering exhibitions for tour and offering related technical services. SITES is a program under the Assistant Secretary for Education and Access (ASEA). Its mission is to serve as the Institution’s ambassador and emissary through traveling and virtual exhibits that bring knowledge, discovery, and experiences to people across America and beyond.  SITES’ presence changes lives, institutions and communities.

The Assistant Director of Advancement is primarily responsible for the development of financial support, including corporate sponsorship, grants, donor relations, and the planning and supervision of special events. Other responsibilities for the position include:

  • With the SITES Director and ASEA Director of Advancement, formulating, developing and implementing fundraising plans and strategies for corporate sponsorship, foundation grants, government agencies, and individual donors.
  • With SITES Director and ASEA Director of Advancement developing an annual fundraising plan which includes quarterly goals and measures for success.
  • Writing and overseeing the development and submission of grant proposals, establishing priorities, timetables and measures of success.
  • Coordinating and supporting the efforts of SITES Director in raising funds for priority projects
  • Assisting the Director and SITES’ leadership in developing and preparing a 5 year strategic plan for SITES that interfaces with ASEA’s fundraising plan.
  • Preparing fundraising proposals for specific exhibitions, programs and projects, including writing, editing and finalizing submissions.
  • Identifying appropriate prospects for SITES traveling exhibitions, projects and educational programs.
  • Planning and preparing operational budgets each fiscal year in consultation with SITES Director, Deputy Director and Financial Officer.
  • Managing personnel in SITES advancement department
  • Stewarding corporate, foundation, and individual donors
  • Conducting corporate and foundation prospect research and management, assisting with prospect identification, cultivating strategies and donor pipeline development.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Experience (6 or more years) of major gift fundraising in a major art, educational, and/or non-governmental organization.
  • Mastery of fundraising and marketing methods, techniques and practices to develop new concepts and approaches.
  • Understanding of corporate philanthropy and sponsorship, including ability to create proposals that are compelling for a corporate audience.  Experience working with corporate donors; writing proposals, prospect research, donor relations and stewardship.
  • Experience working with individual and foundation donors; writing proposals, prospect research, donor relations and stewardship.
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written, to develop proposals and make major presentations to outside organizations.
  • Expert ability to apply strategic planning techniques in a dynamic environment.
  • The ability to take initiative and ownership of projects and work with minimal direction and supervision is critical. 
  • Strong leadership, managerial, and interpersonal skills to guide a professional team; pro-active attitude.

The Smithsonian Institution is a unique complex of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and nine research centers. The Smithsonian is a national and world treasure and is dedicated to its founding mission, “the increase and diffusion of knowledge.”  Its exhibitions, programs, collections, and outreach touch the lives of millions of Americans every year, as well as many who visit us from abroad. 

DOWNLOAD THE DESCRIPTION

The Smithsonian Institution offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive package of benefits. This is not a Federal Position, but has similar requirements and benefits. Interested candidates should submit their resumes and a cover letter to oastaffing@si.edu by April 8, 2015.

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Membership Lead/Systems Analyst, Office of Advancement / Grade: IS-13 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: April 8

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and undertakes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign. 

In planning for the campaign, the Smithsonian is building a model fundraising organization, one that will meet the growing needs of this unique organization and offer excellent professional opportunities.  This position offers exciting opportunities for the successful candidate to make a significant impact on the future of the Smithsonian.  There is no better time to join this amazing Institution.

The Membership Lead/Systems Analyst works in the Office of Advancement for the Smithsonian Institution. The Membership Lead performs all systems analysis to support Smithsonian membership programs, leads the membership technical team and provides technical and business process leadership to membership staff, maximizing the utility of the Pan-Institutional Database for Advancement (PANDA). The Membership Lead uses advanced business analysis concepts and a comprehensive knowledge of fundraising management principles to resolve highly complex operational issues and meet the philanthropic objectives of the Smithsonian. The Membership Lead:

  • Applies technical and membership expertise and business analysis concepts to identify, evaluate, define, develop, and enhance complex systems and procedures through research and an understanding of applicable business systems and industry requirements. 
  • Gathers, analyzes, and documents membership business and user needs.  Develops functional and technical specifications. 
  • Designs and develops reports (quick ad hoc queries and production reports) and related analytics to support internal operations and programmatic data needs. 
  • Plans and executes all levels of testing (unit, system, user acceptance, volume) 
  • Manages delivery of membership reports, data extracts and interfaces in accordance with the production schedule
  • Supports membership users in efficient and effective use of PANDA and recommendations of best practices in marketing, segmentation and reporting through informal coaching, training sessions, participation in interest groups and presentations.
  • Leads cross-functional teams to solve complex membership or systems issues. 

This work is completed using systems development life cycle methodology.

Qualified candidates will have functional experience in fundraising and membership, including: membership, fulfillment, individual giving, online giving and annual giving; membership databases, data management and reporting; direct marketing techniques used in acquisition, renewal and appeals and combine this functional experience with technical skills.

Technical skills required are: knowledge of specific technologies used to support the membership function: demonstrated application of the system development life cycle and quality assurance, knowledge of SQL, relational database structure and complex membership databases. Successful candidates will have strong interpersonal and communications skills necessary to work with technical and nontechnical staff, experience leading work groups, critical thinking, data analysis and design skills, attention to detail, strong Microsoft Office skills, an ability to manage multiple deadlines and completing priorities, superior organization skills, and a thirst for learning. Experience in using a fundraising database and six years of applicable job experience is required.

The Office of Advancement oversees and guides the fundraising efforts of the entire Smithsonian and is home to the central advancement organization for the Institution. In addition to raising significant support for a variety of Smithsonian initiatives, the Office of Advancement provides support services to advancement offices across the Institution.  The office engages with staff throughout the Smithsonian in accomplishing their goals.

The Smithsonian Institution is a unique complex of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and nine research centers.  The Smithsonian is a national and world treasure and is dedicated to its founding mission, “the increase and diffusion of knowledge.”  Its exhibitions, programs, collections, and outreach touch the lives of millions of Americans every year, as well as many who visit us from abroad. 

DOWNLOAD THE DESCRIPTION

The Smithsonian Institution offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive package of benefits. Interested candidates should submit their resumes and a cover letter to oastaffing@si.edu by April 8, 2015.

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Advancement Assistant, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center / Grade: IS-7 / Location: Edgewater, MD / Open to All / Closing: April 8

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and undertakes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign. 

In planning for the campaign, the Smithsonian is building a model fundraising organization, one that will meet the growing needs of this unique organization and offer excellent professional opportunities.  This position offers exciting opportunities for the successful candidate to make a significant impact on the future of the Smithsonian.  There is no better time to join this amazing Institution.

Job Summary: Located at SERC’s headquarters in Edgewater, Maryland, the incumbent will provide administrative support for development activities; coordinate development activities within SERC offices and with other units within the Smithsonian Institution; help coordinate special events; manage databases; coordinate administrative and reporting tasks with the central Smithsonian Institution; interact with prospects and donors; coordinate activities of advisory board and volunteer committees; maintain files, budgets, and correspondence. This position supports the SERC Development Program and the mission and goals of SERC, and reports to SERC’s Director of Development as part of the SERC Directorate.

Qualifications:  The ideal candidate will have the excellent oral and writing skills necessary to operate in a fundraising environment. In addition, knowledge and demonstrated experience in providing high-level administrative support, managing time and resources independently, managing multiple tasks and use of Microsoft Office software is required. She or he will bring demonstrated experience in managing databases, using standard commercial software (e.g. MS-Access). Event management and coordination, volunteer management experience and/or a working familiarity with national environmental issues is a plus. Prior experience in development and/or the Smithsonian Institute or a similarly large, complex non-profit organization are desired, but not required. This is NOT a federal position.

About SERC:  The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) is a research institute of the Smithsonian Institution dedicated to ecological and environmental research and education. Research and education at SERC focuses on ecosystems and the impact of humans on the environment, especially in coastal zones.  SERC uses the special geographic features of Chesapeake Bay and other coastal sites in the U.S. and abroad to conduct long-term, intensive analyses of a complex landscape of interconnected ecosystems at the land/sea interface.  Please see more about SERC at www.serc.si.edu.

The Smithsonian Institution is a unique complex of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and nine research centers.  The Smithsonian is a national and world treasure and is dedicated to its founding mission, “the increase and diffusion of knowledge.”  Its exhibitions, programs, collections, and outreach touch the lives of millions of Americans every year, as well as many who visit us from abroad. 

DOWNLOAD THE DESCRIPTION

The Smithsonian Institution offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive package of benefits. This is not a Federal Position, but has similar requirements and benefits. Interested candidates should submit their resumes and a cover letter to oastaffing@si.edu by April 8, 2015. Please include the title of the position in the subject line of the email.

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Advancement Associate, National Museum of Natural History / Grade: IS-9 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: April 8

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and undertakes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign.

The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), one of the most visited museums in the United States, invites you to be a part of its dynamic fundraising team, as the Museum conducts a $230 million campaign, which is part of an overall Smithsonian Comprehensive Campaign.

The Museum is seeking an experienced candidate to fill an Advancement Associate position.  This position is located in the Office of Advancement, National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), reporting to a Senior Major Gift Officer and will support several frontline development officers.

The Advancement Associate will provide technical and administrative support to the Museum’s advancement program. The incumbent will be responsible for preparing donor materials, solicitation packages, the processing of tracking actions in database, producing drafts of gift letters and correspondence letters.  The incumbent will also produce weekly and monthly progress reports in support of the major gift programs.  

Successful candidates will demonstrate excellent organizational and time management skills; ability to create productive working relationships within a large, complex organization; good writing and editing skills; ability to manage multiple project deadlines; proven ability to represent organizational needs and interests to a variety of audiences; and skill in a variety of automated systems such as Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel Spreadsheets and related applications.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Pre-employment Background Investigation must be successfully completed.
  • Irregular tour of duty to include evenings and weekends may be required for special events.

The Museum has attracted eight-figure gifts in each of the last five years. Our challenge now is to leverage the extraordinary strength of the higher levels of the donor pyramid. We are growing the Museum's donor base at the five-, six- and seven-figure levels, acquiring new donors through annual giving, and moving funders through the giving cycle.  Identifying, cultivating, and soliciting new donors at all levels will be critical to the success of the current campaign and NMNH's future fundraising efforts.  To learn more about the Museum, please visit www.mnh.si.edu.

The Smithsonian Institution offers a comprehensive package of benefits.  This is not a Federal Position, but has similar requirements and benefits. For a complete description of benefits, please visit www.sihr.si.edu.  To learn more about the Smithsonian, please visit www.si.edu.

DOWNLOAD THE DESCRIPTION

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume by April 8, 2015 to oastaffing@si.edu.  Please include the position title in the subject line of your e-mail.  Resumes should include a description of your paid and non-paid work experience that is related to this job; starting and ending dates of job (Month and year); and average number of hours worked per week.

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Advancement Specialist, National Museum of Natural History / Grade: IS-11 / Location: Washington, DC / Open to All / Closing: April 8

Come join a team of dedicated staff at an exceptional time in Smithsonian history, as the Institution implements a new comprehensive strategic plan, expands the programming, educational, and scholarly activity of its museums and research centers, and undertakes its very first Institution-wide fundraising campaign.

The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), one of the most visited museums in the United States, invites you to be a part of its dynamic fundraising team, as the Museum conducts a $230 million campaign, which is part of an overall Smithsonian Comprehensive Campaign.

The Museum is seeking an experienced and creative candidate to fill an Advancement Specialist position.  This position is located in the Office of Advancement, National Museum of Natural History (NMNH).  Reporting to the Annual Giving Officer, the employee will work in coordination with NMNH Advancement staff, NMNH Communications and central Advancement online-giving and communications staff.

Under the direction of the Annual Giving Officer, the Advancement Specialist will plan and execute both the on-line and direct mail annual fund appeals and renewals/fundraising strategy to maximize online and offline annual giving. The incumbent will develop and implement new digital outreach/engagement strategies to identify and solicit potential donors and expand the overall base of support and will also be responsible for the development and implementation of multi-channel donation forms for websites, email, direct mail, events, and telemarketing campaigns and will develop and produce reports using a variety of reporting tools including, data analytics, event registrations, communications statistic tools. 

Successful candidates will demonstrate a strong background in fundraising strategy, communications, and possess technical knowledge of digital fundraising practices and techniques, demonstrated by experience in creation of web-based content and with a variety of web-based fundraising tools (Luminate Online/Convio). Interpersonal skills to facilitate work with a diverse group of individuals and ability to work well under pressure and tight deadlines while handling multiple assignments also required.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Pre-employment Background Investigation must be successfully completed.
  • Irregular tour of duty to include evenings and weekends may be required for special events.

The Museum has attracted eight-figure gifts in each of the last five years. Our challenge now is to leverage the extraordinary strength of the higher levels of the donor pyramid. We are growing the Museum's donor base at the five-, six- and seven-figure levels, acquiring new donors through annual giving, and moving funders through the giving cycle.  Identifying, cultivating, and soliciting new donors at all levels will be critical to the success of the current campaign and NMNH's future fundraising efforts.  To learn more about the Museum, please visit www.mnh.si.edu.

The Smithsonian Institution offers a comprehensive package of benefits. This is not a federal position, but has similar requirements and benefits. For a complete description of benefits, please visit www.sihr.si.edu.  To learn more about the Smithsonian, please visit www.si.edu.

DOWNLOAD THE DESCRIPTION

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume by April 8, 2015 to oastaffing@si.edu.  Please include the position title in the subject line of your e-mail.  Resumes should include a description of your paid and non-paid work experience that is related to this  job; starting and ending dates of job (Month and year); and average number of hours worked per week.

The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.