The Flagler Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Museum is a smoke-free environment and drug-free workplace. Background checks are conducted as a condition of employment.
This key management position oversees the maintenance and safety of the Museum, which includes a physical plant of 125,000 square feet and 8.5 acres of manicured grounds. The Facilities Manager oversees the Maintenance and Security staffs and must be available 24/7 in case of emergency. The Museum is staffed 24 hours a day and operates 12 months a year. The FM is responsible for vigorously maintaining a preventative and routine maintenance program for the Museum, which includes the collective work of maintenance staff as well as the services of over two dozen outside contract professionals.
Must have supervisory experience, skills and knowledge in budgeting, OSHA guidelines and regulations, climate control systems, maintenance issues, and be able to work successfully and enthusiastically as a member of a team. Must be able to manage multiple complex projects, communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, and plan and oversee emergency preparedness.
The Museum is seeking an experienced Exhibit Technician to serve as a member of the Curatorial Team, to collaborate closely in the preparation and installation of temporary exhibitions, and in the implementation of the Museum’s program of preventative care and conservation of the collections. The position is responsible for maintenance of displays in the interpreted areas of the historic house museum and temporary exhibitions in the exhibit gallery, development and engineering of enhancements and repairs, and supervising contractors working on site. The position is full-time with benefits.
The Exhibit Technician must be detail-oriented and demonstrate creative problem solving, with an interest in establishing effective systems and solutions. Successful candidates must be capable of multi-tasking within a fast-paced environment and have a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively as part of a team. Required skills include art handling and packing, exhibit installation, basic carpentry, and knowledge of standard museum practices. Highly desirable skills include specialized knowledge of exhibition design and lighting, crate and display case fabrication, mount making, art preparation, and historic preservation practices. The position requires physical exertion, and the ability to climb stairs or a ladder without fear of heights and lift objects up to 40 lbs.
Group Tour Coordinator
The Group Tour Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of ticketing for Group Tours, School Tours, and for the Museum’s many public programs. Responsible for interacting with the public extensively (by phone or in person) on the payment and reservation process. Responsible for creating daily calendars, tickets and receipts, and preparing Tour information packets and all will-call materials. The Group Tour Coordinator is also responsible for assisting with Museum-wide programming as needed.
Must have experience in box office management or ticket sales, a general interest in cultural arts and history, be skilled in multi-tasking in a fast-paced environment, exhibit attention to detail and be highly organized. Must exhibit a pleasant attitude, be flexible and patient, and be able to work successfully as a member of a team.
The Flagler Museum has an opening for a part-time Greeter/Kiosk Attendant. Duties include selling program tickets and distributing interpretive materials. The Greeter/Kiosk Attendant reports to the Visitor Services Coordinator. The successful candidate will be dependable, detail-oriented, and excel at Customer Service. Weekend availability is a must. A complete background check will be conducted. Please send a cover letter and resume to Mary Lam, P.O. Box 969, Palm Beach, FL 33480. No phone calls or hand-deliveries please.