The International Spy Museum is looking for a senior graphic designer to implement the creative strategy and overall design of the Museum’s graphic identity and visual communications. This includes the design and production of print and digital, marketing collateral, and presentation materials.
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Whether you’re an experienced leader, a mid-career professional, or a recent grad, SPY offers a variety of available positions for job-seekers. Be sure to check back often for when new opportunities are posted.
CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES
The Development Assistant is a critical resource on SPY’s Development Team, providing exceptional support in the administration of our fundraising activities related to donor stewardship, prospect research, special events, membership, and more. This position interfaces extensively with SPY colleagues in other departments, as well as SPY donors, members, Board members, and visitors and requires a high level of initiative and discretions.
The International Spy Museum is searching for qualified new recruits to join their Guest Services Team as a Seasonal Guest Services Operative (Part-Time). Top recruits will demonstrate the ability to elevate the guests’ Museum journey by providing attentive and engaging customer service while performing key Museum exhibit functions. Operatives hold a significant responsibility to enrich the guest experience by providing a welcoming and creative atmosphere that fosters the joy of learning.
The Vice President of Programs will be a strategic, collaborative, and experienced museum education leader who will create and implement diverse public and private educational programs, experiences, and events for all International Spy Museum (SPY) audiences.
The Exhibitions & Programs Assistant will be a detail oriented, self-starter who can provide administrative and budgetary support to these two education departments. This position serves as an administrative connector between the two departments and helps facilitate good communication. Responsibilities are wide ranging, including managing logistics for department and project meetings, compiling annual department budgets, and tracking all invoices, creating ticket links for programs, overseeing and ordering supplies, responding to public requests for information, compiling and analyzing departmental statistics, and supporting staff for large projects.
We're seeking a dynamic individual to teach and support student, educator, and youth/family programs. The ideal candidate will have excellent teaching skills and is comfortable teaching both in-person and virtually. This is a part-time position with 10-20 hours/week. Schedule will be determined by Museum bookings and candidate availability.
As the Retail Buyer, you will assist with the purchase and management of inventory for our fast-paced, 5,000 square foot specialty store. Implement product development, buying and merchandising programs to maximize sales and profits. Analyze, track, and manage inventory to ensure proper mix and inventory turn. Identify and procure timely, trend-right, mission-driven products.
Exciting and challenging opportunity for a history-oriented Bookseller with a minimum 2 years of retail, book selling or library experience. Customer service experience to engage with and hand-sell books, multi-media products and games to customers, and assist with merchandising and receiving books, media, and games for our full-line Museum and Web store.
We are looking for Sales Associates who want to work in a fun and fast paced environment selling our unique assortment of spy gear including apparel and accessories, books, gadgets, toys, souvenirs, and more. In this position, you provide our visitors with an exceptional retail experience through proactive customer engagement, product knowledge and selling.
Our Private Events/Sales department seeks on-site event managers to join our front of house staff. As a direct report to the Special Events Manager, the Event Captains will be responsible for managing events on-site. Additionally, this person will be responsible for reporting any necessary equipment damage, maintenance, or misuse to ensure functionality for upcoming events.
The Security Corporal is a key part of the Security Supervisory team. They provide floor support in a supervisory role and support the Security Sergeant/Lieutenant ensuring the overall physical safety and security for all visitors and staff, artifacts, exhibits, and private property of the International Spy Museum.
The International Spy Museum is currently seeking qualified individuals to work in our Security Department. Hours worked will be between 18 -28 hours weekly, 6 - 8 hours shifts a day between the hours of 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. Required availability Weekdays, Weekends and Holidays.