The International Spy Museum offers a dynamic and rewarding work environment where employees are valued, recognized and dedicated to providing an extraordinary Museum experience. We are looking for creative and talented individuals eager to help us grow and build our expanding organization.
The Museum is currently seeking a Network Engineer to work internally as part of the Museum's IT support team. The proper candidate will serve as a contributing member of a small team in infrastructure design, management, implementation, and network data security projects and upgrades. The position's goal is to ensure the integrity of high availability network infrastructure in order to provide maximum performance for all users, staff and customers.
The Museum is currently seeking a Retail Manager who is an independent self-starter, has a positive can-do philosophy, and a background in coaching and developing staff. This position leads and is accountable for maximizing sales and profitability through team leadership, coaching and development, creative sales strategies, merchandising, operational excellence, and sound business decisions.
The Museum is seeking qualified individuals to join the Museum Security team and provide a safe and enjoyable visitor experience and work environment. Team members work with guests and in the Museum, averaging between 20-30 hours weekly.
We are seeking an exhibit developer to be part of the exhibit development team to manage the creation of one or two of the new permanent exhibitions (5,000‐10,000 sq. ft.). Working under the supervision of the Project Director and the Lead Curator, s/he will help shape the intellectual content and all visitor activities featured in the exhibitions. The Project Manager supervises the exhibition teams on all issues related to logistics/installation.
We are seeking a Project Manager to plan, coordinate, and implement the logistics/installation and opening of seven permanent exhibitions in the new International Spy Museum. This project is characterized by exhibits with complex concepts and interactive and technological means of content delivery; involve multiple contracts/vendors; substantial financial and personnel demands; and being installed in a new, yet to be designed building with design and construction requirements of accessibility, security and objects preservation.
The work requires significant coordination within the exhibitions teams and with other offices and individuals. The PM gets everything done by leading people over whom he/she has no direct authority. All the Museum’s major components are integrated, dependent on each other and external activities and events. The PM must be expert, flexible and adept at responding to changing events.