This October, SITE will re-open to the public with a renovated and expanded building designed by SHoP Architects. With our new building featuring an additional 10,000 square feet, new visitor amenities, and expanded programs, we are seeking several new colleagues to fill positions in departments throughout our building. Details of these positions are below.
New Part Time Opportunities
Grants Manager (P/T)
SITE is seeking a grant writer who will work with a range of staff members to write grants in support of SITE’s exhibitions, education programs, endowment, and general operating. SITE has demonstrated the ability to secure significant grants over the years and is seeking someone who will both sustain our current annual grant schedule and grow our grant prospects.
Retail Manager (P/T)
SITE Santa Fe is seeking an experienced retail professional to oversee the operation of the new Store being planned for SITE’s renovated building. This is an opportunity for someone who has the right combination of retail experience, taste, and vision to be part of a museum store that aspires to be a unique destination, a trendsetter, and a source of significant financial support for the work that SITE does.
New Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
SITE Concierges Volunteer Program
To help us welcome audiences in our new building, SITE is developing a new volunteer force to join our front lines as concierges. SITE Concierges will add an important new dimension to SITE’s customer service, hospitality, and public face. SITE Concierges will offer support to the SITE staff on the floor each day by welcoming visitors, orienting them for their visit, providing information about membership, helping shoppers in the SITE store, and, for tourist visitors, providing advice about their visit to Santa Fe.
More information here.
SITE Internship Program
SITE Santa Fe offers dynamic opportunities for young students and professionals to gain valuable skills relevant to today’s museum careers. Internship applications are accepted for Spring, Fall, and Summer terms in the following areas: Exhibitions and Curatorial, Events and Development, External Affairs, Digital Media, and Education and Outreach.
More information HERE.