Employment

Bookkeeper

The Hunterdon Art Museum is seeking a part-time (three days/week) Bookkeeper.  Candidates must have significant bookkeeping experience, preferably in a nonprofit setting.

Areas of responsibility include but are not limited to payables; receivables; payroll; preparing for the annual audit; working closely with the Executive Director to develop organizational, project, and grant budgets; insurance; banking ; monthly financial reports; and working with the Museum’s donor database.

Successful candidates will have experience with Donor Perfect, Sage 50 accounting software, QuickBooks, payroll services and Microsoft office, including proficiency in Excel. Candidates must have strong organizational skills with meticulous attention to detail.

The Museum currently uses Sage 50 accounting software, but the person hired for this position will be responsible for changing to QuickBooks.

The Museum offers flexible hours, paid vacation and sick leave. During Covid19, some parts of this job could possibly be done remotely.

Hunterdon Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diverse cultural and social perspectives. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

Please send a resume and cover letter to marjorie@hunterdonartmuseum.org with bookkeeper in the subject line.

Art Education Faculty Position

Reports To: Director of Education

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Hunterdon Art Museum is always seeking art educators to enhance and expand our Art Education programming. Art Education Faculty provides the Museum’s studio school programs with quality art and design classes and workshops. Art Faculty at the Museum teach kids through adults in a wide variety of mediums not limited to drawing, painting, glass fusing, sculpture and more. Resumes are accepted on an on-going basis, and applicants will be contacted based on the current needs of the Hunterdon Art Museum.

WORK SCHEDULE:
Varies. Days, evenings, weekend positions available. Studio schedules vary. Adult art classes and workshops are offered during the day, evenings, and weekends. Kids art classes are offered evenings and weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
• Work with Education Coordinator and Director of Education to create hands-on arts programs.
• Prepare lessons and outlines to use in class that effectively cover the medium(s).
• Responsible for approving your schedule for upcoming semester by set deadline.
• Responsible for setting up and cleaning up your classroom/space as well as maintaining studio space organization system.
• Creating lesson plans, materials lists, and program descriptions.

QUALIFICATIONS:
The ideal candidate has teaching experience and possesses strong communication, organizational, presentation and interpersonal skills. They should demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines, thrive in a fast-paced environment, manage a classroom and work independently.

Education and Experience:
• Bachelors of Arts in Education, Fine Arts, Art History, Art Education, or related field preferred
• Previous teaching experience preferred
• Experience working with a variety of audiences and students in camp or classroom setting preferred.

Skills and Abilities:
• Competency in teaching one or more of the following mediums and/or processes: drawing, painting, sculpting, printmaking, jewelry design and collage.
• Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, accuracy, and ability to work independently.
• Must be a team player with an ability to work with a variety of students, artists, and staff.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Some standing, walking, bending, frequent use of hands, stooping and light lifting (at least 25 pounds) is needed.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Hunterdon Art Museum (HAM) seeks to recruit and employ outstanding staff and instructors who will support and enhance our mission. In accordance with that goal, some designated positions require that final candidates successfully complete a background check prior to being employed. Background checks, which may include a verification of employment history, Social Security number and a criminal records search, are normally completed before an offer of employment is made but may also take place after employment begins. HAM will keep confidential all information gathered in background checks and will use the information solely for the purpose of establishing suitability for employment in a particular position.

To apply for this position send the following to:
Joan Gavornik, Director of Education
joan@hunterdonartmuseum.org
7 Lower Center St. Clinton NJ 08809
Attn: Joan Gavornik

• Resume and/or CV
• Cover letter
• Program proposals
• Completed job application form

Hunterdon Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diverse cultural and social perspectives. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.