Jobs & Internships

Application Deadline

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Department

Protection & Facility Services

Job or Internship

Job

Position Purpose

This position ensures the general maintenance and repair of the grounds, buildings and building systems of the Denver Art Museum. 

Reporting Structure

This position is directly supervised by the Facilities Manager /Facilities Supervisor and reports through this position to the Manager of Protective and Facility Services.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Performs general plant, grounds and building maintenance.
  • Inspects and troubleshoots museum facilities and equipment to determine construction and mechanical installation, maintenance and repair needs.
  • Works from blueprints, manuals, written and verbal instruction.
  • Estimates materials, labor and equipment costs.
  • Purchases and maintains tools and equipment used by the various museum trades.
  • Assists with periodic / routine maintenance of the museum’s HVAC systems. 
  • Understands and operates the computer software used by the department for incident documentation and e-mail communications.
  • Observes all established safety program practices and assures all facility contractors do the same.
  • Completes special event set-ups and change-overs as needed.
  • Provides general grounds maintenance including, but not limited to, snow removal, lawn / sprinkler maintenance and the repair and maintenance of fountains, lights and other architectural grounds features as needed to supplement the museum’s grounds maintenance contract.
  • Assists the museum’s electrician and alarm technician with low voltage electrical work and maintenance.

 

 

Job Qualifications

Knowledge, Skill & Ability

  • Knowledge, communication, and application of basic installation, repair and construction methods and equipment. 
  • Knowledge and skill required to operate power tools, lifts and museum vehicles. 
  • General knowledge in the use of low voltage diagnostic equipment / techniques. 
  • General knowledge and experience in carpentry, drywall, plumbing, painting electrical, lighting and roofing.
  • Basic understanding of HVAC building systems and their maintenance.
  • Ability to understand and efficiently operate basic computer programs as used by the department for documentation and communications. 
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people including upper museum management, contactors, staff, and volunteers.

Education or Formal Training

A high school diploma or GED.

Necessary Certifications and Licenses

Possess and maintain a valid Colorado class “R” driver’s license.

 

Experience

Minimum of 1 year of general building maintenance experience or equivalent

 

Material and Equipment Directly Used

Low voltage diagnostic instruments; basic power/hand tools for construction, installation, repair, and maintenance of the building; basic computer systems operations and use; radio hand set; motor vehicles; ladders scaffolding and scissor lifts.

Working Conditions

Subject to long irregular hours and the use of ladder, power tools, hand tools, and scissor cart; exposed to a variety of electro-mechanical hazards; subject to burns, cuts, and injuries from moving parts of equipment; subject to many interruptions and scheduling conflicts; work in high locations on ladders, scaffolding and scissor lifts, etc.

Physical Requirements

Ability to stand; walk; carry; push; climb; balance; kneel; crouch; stoop; reach handle; seize; grasp or otherwise work with hands; fingering, picking, punching or otherwise working with fingers and perform repetitive motions in the performance of all required duties.

  • Ability to hear a normal conversation, or radio traffic, in a typical work environment.
  • Have eye / hand / foot coordination to adequately perform all required duties.
  • Have the ability to see distance and space relationships; the ability to see peripherally; the ability to distinguish and identify different colors. 
  • Able to climb the building stairs, a minimum of 3 floors without stopping.  Maximum time allowed is 90 seconds.
  • Able to lift and carry 25 lbs for a minimum of 50 feet.

Mental, Emotional and Language Standards

Speak, understand, read, and apply the English language.

  • Read, understand and apply written procedure and policy. 

Ethical and Moral Standard

No criminal convictions of theft, burglary, rape, robbery, assault, harassment, child/sexual abuse or drug related offenses, or any other crime indicating moral turpitude. 

  • A criminal history check will be done yearly to satisfy this standard and it is the responsibility of the department director to determine if a conviction disqualifies an individual from employment.

Accommodation

Contact lenses or Glasses

 

Additional Information

This is an on-call, part-time position with no benefits.  Posting closes December 23, 2014.  If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to the Human Resources Department at hrcoordinator@denverartmuseum.org. Please include your name and the position in the subject line of your email.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Application Deadline

Friday, December 26, 2014

Department

Protection & Facility Services

Job or Internship

Job

Position Purpose

 

Position Purpose  

This position ensures the general maintenance and repair of the grounds, buildings and building systems of the Denver Art Museum. 

 

Reporting Structure

This position is directly supervised by the Facilities Supervisor/Assistant Facilities Supervisor and reports through these positions to the Manager of Facility Services.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Performs general plant, grounds and building maintenance.
  • Inspects and troubleshoots museum facilities and equipment to determine construction      and mechanical installation, maintenance and repair needs.
  • Works from blueprints, manuals, written and verbal instruction.
  • Estimates materials, labor and equipment costs.
  • Purchases and maintains tools and equipment used by the various museum trades.
  • Assists with periodic / routine maintenance of the museum’s HVAC systems. 
  • Understands and operates the computer software used by the department for incident documentation and e-mail communications.
  • Observes all established safety program practices and assures all facility contractors do the same.
  • Completes event set-ups and change-overs as needed.
  • Provides general grounds maintenance including, but not limited to, snow removal, lawn /sprinkler maintenance and the repair and maintenance of fountains, lights and other architectural grounds features as needed to supplement the museum’s grounds maintenance contract.
  • Assists the museum’s electrician and alarm technician with low voltage electrical work and maintenance.

 

Supervisory Duties

This position will be required to supervise on-call or contract personnel as needed to assure assigned tasks or projects are completed.

 

Other Duties

Other duties as needed or assigned.

Job Qualifications

Knowledge, Skill and Ability

  • Knowledge, communication, and application of basic installation, repair and      construction methods and equipment.      
  • Knowledge and skills required to operate power tools, lifts and museum vehicles. 
  • General knowledge in the use of low voltage diagnostic equipment / techniques. 
  • General knowledge and experience in carpentry, drywall, plumbing, painting electrical, lighting and roofing.
  • Basic understanding of HVAC building systems and their maintenance.
  • Ability to understand and efficiently operate basic computer programs as used by the department for documentation and communications. 
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people including upper museum management, contactors, staff, and volunteers.

Material and Equipment Directly Used

Low voltage diagnostic instruments; basic power/hand tools for construction, installation, repair, and maintenance of the building; basic computer systems operations and use; radio hand set; motor vehicles; ladders scaffolding and scissor lifts.

 

Working Conditions

Subject to long irregular hours and the use of ladder, power tools, hand tools, and scissor cart; exposed to a variety of electro-mechanical hazards; subject to burns, cuts, and injuries from moving parts of equipment; subject to many interruptions and scheduling conflicts; work in high locations on ladders, scaffolding and scissor lifts, etc.

 

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to stand; walk; carry; push; climb; balance; kneel; crouch; stoop; reach handle; seize; grasp or otherwise work with hands; fingering, picking, punching or      otherwise working with fingers and perform repetitive motions in the performance of all required duties.
  • Ability to hear a normal conversation, or radio traffic, in a typical work environment.
  • Have eye / hand /foot coordination to adequately perform all required duties.
  • Have the ability  to see distance and space relationships; the ability to see peripherally; the ability to distinguish and identify different colors. 
  • Able to climb the building stairs, a minimum of 3 floors without stopping.  Maximum time allowed is 90 seconds.
  • Able to lift and carry 25 lbs for a minimum of 50 feet.

 

Mental, Emotional and Language Standards

  • Speak, understand, read, and apply the English language.
  • Read, understand and apply written procedure and  policy. 

 

Ethical and Moral Standard

No criminal convictions of theft, burglary, rape, robbery, assault, harassment, child/sexual abuse or drug related offenses, or any other crime indicating moral turpitude.  A criminal history check will be done yearly to satisfy this standard and it is the responsibility of the department director to determine if a conviction disqualifies an individual from employment

Education or Formal Training

Education or Formal Training

A high school diploma or GED.

Experience

 

Necessary Experience

Minimum of 1 year of general building maintenance experience or equivalent

 

Necessary Certifications and Licenses

Possess and maintain a valid Colorado class “R” driver’s license.

 

Additional Information

This is a full-time position with benefits.  Posting closes on December 26, 2014. If you are interested in this position, please email your cover letter and resume to: hrcoordinator@denverartmuseum.org  In the subject line of your email, please list your name first followed by the position you are interested in obtaining.

 

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability

Application Deadline

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Department

Technology

Job or Internship

Job

Position Purpose

The Help Desk Supervisor will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Denver Art Museum’s help desk ensuring timely delivery of quality technical support.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Work with and manage the organization's help desk ticketing system (ZenDesk) and staff to ensure timely delivery of quality technical support.
  • Oversee and assist with the creation and maintenance of support and installation documentation.
  • Identify and conduct end user technology training.
  • Assist with museum gallery technology installation and support.
  • Assist the Manager of Technical Support with server administration responsibilities.
  • Assist with Technology Department projects.

Other Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist Technology Department management with professional development of help desk personnel.
  • After hours and weekend work as required.

Job Qualifications

  • 3-5 years of previous help desk experience in a Windows and Mac environment including operating system and business applications (i.e. Adobe, Microsoft Office, web conferencing, etc.) support.
  • 2-4 years of Microsoft server administration experience including Exchange, ActiveDirectory, Server OS and SharePoint.
  • General understanding of email, wireless and networking (TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP) principles
  • Experience supporting mobile devices in a business environment (iOS, Android, etc.)
  • Experience with the use of hand tools, woodshop equipment and running cable a plus.
  • Experience working with help desk ticketing systems.
  • Museum gallery technology installation and support experience a plus.
  • Prior supervisory experience a plus.
  • Linux administration experience a plus.

Education or Formal Training

Bachelor's degree in computer-related field such as Computer Science or Information Systems, or a strong combination of education and relevant work experience

Additional Information

This is a full-time position with benefits. If you are interested in this position, please send your cover letter and resume to hrcoordinator@denverartmuseum.org. In the subject line of the email, please include your name and the title of the position for which you are applying. Deadline for application in December 31, 2014.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Application Deadline

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Department

Communications

Job or Internship

Internship

Position Purpose

The communications team at the Denver Art Museum is looking for a dynamic, upbeat intern who wants to learn the ropes of the communications field, with special emphasis on public relations and social media. The intern will work as part of a team but also will be asked to work independently to complete tasks. The intern joins a crew whose department output includes advertising, marketing, public relations, public affairs/government relations, graphic design, community relations and social media.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

The intern will have the opportunity to build PR and social media skills as they relate to a large non-profit organization, as well as hone writing techniques while completing a variety of tasks, including:

  • research and develop news releases and other media materials
  • develop and pitch media stories
  • proof media and collateral, including calendar listings
  • copy and archive media clips
  • assist in the planning and implementation of special events including media previews
  • draft news articles
  • assist with social media

 There will be a lot of writing tasks. Much of the work will support major events and exhibitions. Interns commit to 15-20 hours a week for the semester, scheduling is flexible.

Education or Formal Training

The ideal candidate:

  • Is currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate program in Journalism, Communications or English academic studies.
  • Will have a strong interest in media relations and communications coursework, electronic and social media, as well as excellent written and verbal skills – you must love reading and writing!
  • Will have a strong idea of what they would like to learn from their internship experience.

Additional Information

This is a part-time internship for academic credit, and includes great perks but no financial compensation. If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, three writing samples related to the public relations, journalism and/or social media field and a list of references to the Denver Art Museum communications manager Shadia Lemus at slemus@denverartmuseum.org. Applications without writing samples will not be considered.

Application Deadline: December 31, 2014

Application Deadline

Friday, January 9, 2015

Department

Communications

Job or Internship

Internship

Position Purpose

The communications department at the Denver Art Museum is looking for a content marketing intern for spring 2015.

The ideal candidate is self-motivated, dynamic, detail-oriented up-beat and responsible; has some work or internship experience; and wants real-life experience at one of the leading arts institutions in the region.

The communications team at the DAM is looking for an intern who wants to learn the ropes of the communications field, with special emphasis on content marketing. The intern will work as part of a team but also will be asked to work independently to complete tasks. The intern joins a crew whose output includes advertising, promotions, marketing campaigns, e-mail, website content, public relations, public affairs/government relations, graphic design, community relations, social media, and print member magazine.

The intern will be expected to contribute to projects that support the website, social media, e-mail marketing, and the print member magazine. The intern will work as part of a team and also will be expected to work independently to complete tasks. The intern will have the opportunity to interact with the team, support day-to-day content marketing tasks and seasonal projects, and earn opportunities to lead projects based on performance. This work will support memorable visitor and supporter experiences, a variety of DAM programming including monthly events, key exhibitions such as Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century, Matisse and Friends: Selected Masterworks from the National Gallery of Art, shows planned for 2015, and promotion of the museum collection.

This is a part-time internship for academic credit, and includes great perks and a stellar recommendation for stellar performance but no financial compensation.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

The intern will have the opportunity to build content marketing skills as well as to hone marketing strategy and tactics and writing techniques while completing a variety of tasks that include:

  • writing articles and program updates for website
  • performing comparative review of digital campaigns and digital properties
  • compiling and categorizing member magazine features for assessment for a DAM magazine redesign
  • expanding the content marketing calendar
  • writing for and proofing member magazine
  • assisting with DAM website redesign
  • assisting with social media, including weekly content features
  • compiling analytics data for reporting and analysis

Additional Information

Selection Process

If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, three writing samples—which can include an e-mail campaign, tweet or Facebook post for a group or organization, blog post, news or feature article, information capsules, or other relevant content—related to the marketing, communications and/or journalism field and a list of 2-3 references. They should be sent to the Denver Art Museum content manager, Fairlight Baer-Gutierrez, at fbgutierrez@denverartmuseum.org, with “intern” in the subject line. Application deadline: January 9, 2015.

We prefer an intern who currently is enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in communications, marketing, journalism, or English academic studies.

Candidates who will be considered:  

  • can commit to 15-20 hours a week on-site near downtown Denver for the spring, largely during business hours on weekdays. Scheduling is flexible.
  • demonstrate excellent writing talent and possess strong verbal skills.

Candidates are encouraged to have and communicate in correspondence a strong idea of what they would like to learn from their internship experience.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Education Internships

The Education Department at The Denver Art Museum provides numerous internships to students or recent graduates of museum related fields. Applications are accepted year-round on a revolving schedule for three distinct terms:

  • Summer: For internships with start dates in May – Aug. 2015 the application deadline is March 15, 2015
  • Fall: For internships with start dates in Sep. – Dec 2015 the application deadline is July 15, 2015
  • Spring: For internships with start dates in Jan. – April 2015 the application deadline is November 15, 2015

We are now accepting applications for internships beginning in May – Aug. 2015. All education internships are part-time with no compensation. To apply for any education internship, an applicant must meet the following qualifications.

Education or Formal Training

  • Applicant should be currently enrolled in or have recently completed an undergraduate or graduate program in Art History, Education, Museum Studies, Studio Art or related field.

Additional specific qualifications for each internship position are listed under their respective entries below.

Education-driven Collection Research Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

The primary task of this internship is to research works of art in the DAM’s collection for specific needs in school, teacher, family and adult programs. Candidates should also have an interest in the end users of this research (visitors on tours, school kids, family visitors, teachers, etc.) and in one of the following collection areas:

  • Japanese Art
  • American Indian Art
  • Western American Art

Duties & Responsibilities

  • collect research information from a wide variety of sources (print, phone interviews, online, etc.)
  • assist in collecting visitor experience research
  • scan and word process materials for education files
  • build illustrated papers that we call Talking with Visitor Papers

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Family Programs Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

Family Programs Interns will engage in a hands-on, multi-layered experience within the DAM education department. Specifically, interns will support the Family Programs staff by assisting in the development of live programming and in-gallery interpretive components to provide rich, interactive experiences for family visitors at museum. Candidates must be able to commit around 24 hours per week. Weekend availability required. An 8-month internship opportunity is available. Please express interest in your application. 

Candidates interested in a summer Family Programs Internship must be able to commit 40 hours per week from June 1-August 19. Some weekend availability required. Summer Family Programs interns have the additional opportunity to assist with Summer Classes. 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Engage museum visitors through customer service, conversation surrounding works of art, and artmaking throughout the museum 
  • Support staff with on-going program maintenance
  • Assist with visitor research, including conducting visitor observations and surveys
  • Assist with program development through research, prototyping, and prepping materials

Additional Qualifications

In addition to the general qualifications required for all education internships, applicants for this position should also possess the following:

  • A passion for creating dynamic and accessible museum programs for the whole family
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to work independently and be a team player
  • Strong writing and communication skills, including the ability to write and plan for multi-generational visitors
  • Experience with hands-on art education 

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Interpretation & Exhibition Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

Education Interpretation and Exhibition Interns will assist in development of installed interpretive materials for adults and families related to exhibitions and permanent collections galleries. Areas will include written didactics, use of technology driven tools, interactives for adults, and activities for families and children.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Conducts Art History research on objects in the Permanent Collection.
  • Assist in collecting visitor experience research
  • Researches current practices relating to interpretive material in other museums.
  • Searches for and procures illustrative material for didactics and activities.
  • Conducts visitor research including surveys and observations to determine effectiveness of interpretive material.

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Latino Programs Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

DAM’s Latino Cultural Programs are designed to engage Latino audiences through programming and outreach initiatives. Intern will be responsible for providing support to Latino Cultural Programs Coordinator by assisting with monthly Latino-focused live program, supporting outreach efforts, gathering and organizing research on Latino audiences, object based research projects, and other projects as assigned. This position requires a commitment to attend CelebrARTE events (third Sunday of every month).

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist with bilingual family program, CelebrARTE - assistance with audience outreach, program prep and research, and needs day-of
  • Conduct and organize research about Latino audiences in Denver metro area and nationally
  • Assist with object-based research that connects with Latino audiences
  • Support general needs of Family & Community Program team

Additional Qualifications

In addition to the general qualifications required for all education internships, applicants for this position should also possess the following:

  • Experience or interest in supporting the needs of Latino audiences through the arts, cultural programming, and/or museum education.
  • Bilingual (Spanish) strongly preferred.

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

School & Teacher Programs Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

This internship is designed to help us accomplish our goal for this audience: to provide interactive experiences of DAM collections and exhibitions that emphasize three areas of learning that contribute to school education in visual arts, language arts and literacy, social studies and history: aesthetic experiences (heightened sense awareness and visual skills); cultural awareness (focus on social context and art history); creativity (critical thinking and divergent thinking skills). The DAM serves students ages pre-school through 12th grade and teachers of all subjects but especially the regular elementary classroom teacher, and specialists in arts, language arts and social studies.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Research DAM collections
  • Research school and teacher needs and help us enhance the DAM’s Creativity Resource for Teachers website
  • Research learning and teaching methods and help create new teaching tools for use in the galleries
  • Work directly with students and teachers to help invent new tours and touring methods
  • Attend training for museum guides (about the collections, touring methods)
  • Explore how to link DAM collections to language arts, social studies, visual arts and other curricula
  • Assist in the development of teacher workshops and webinars
  • Assist in the development of distance learning opportunities for students

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

School and Summer Group Tour Reception Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

School and summer group tour reception interns will assist school or summer groups before, during, and after their visit to the museum.  The Denver Art Museum strives to provide each touring group with a fun, safe and positive experience for children and adults alike.  The intern will assist the School & Tour Programs Coordinator in providing clear information prior to each groups visit, greeting each group in a friendly and professional manner upon arrival and communicating museum rules and manners before each group tours the museum.  The intern must be well organized and pay close attention to details to ensure a seamless visit for each group.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Stay informed of museum exhibitions, events and ongoing programs
  • Perform pre and post-visit communication
  • Organize tour reception area by moving and labeling bins for coats, backpacks and lunches and labeling stanchion-sign holders for each group
  • Place tour entrance sign outside by Acoma Plaza entrance and bring it back inside when reception is over
  • Greet buses and escort groups to tour reception area
  • Orient groups to museum and help them organize their belongings in provided bins
  • Check and record  accurate count of children and adults in each group
  • Pass out tickets or stickers to group chaperones and provide maps of the museum complex
  • Explain museum rules and manners to each group
  • Assist with administrative and organizational duties as they arise
  • Be willing to learn computer reservation system if needed

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Untitled Final Fridays Program Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

Untitled interns will be part of the Adult & College Programs team. They will assist in developing and implementing new programming for our monthly late-night Untitled events. The focus will be on designing activities that engage audiences with our collections, exhibitions, and the museum itself, in innovative and unconventional ways. This position requires a commitment to attend Untitled events, which take place on the final Friday of every month; additional event attendance will be determined as necessary. This position requires a commitment to attend Untitled events (final Friday of every month).

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist in brainstorming and designing Untitled programs
  • Research for programming ideas and audience values
  • Assist in gathering and creating supplies for Untitled activities
  • Attend and engage in Untitled on the final Friday of each month

Additional Qualifications

In addition to the general qualifications required for all education internships, applicants for this position should also possess the following:

  • Ability to interact with the public, comfort with public engagement
  • Familiarity with social networking
  • Literacy with the web and Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to write clearly and effectively
  • Ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with others

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Visitor Evaluation Internship

Available Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Position Purpose

In order to make better decisions about improving the museum for visitor, the Education Department conducts various kinds of visitor evaluation including observations, interviews and questionnaires.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Support staff supervisor with planning and implementation of evaluation
  • Analyze results in collaboration with education staff
  • Follow instructions provided by staff on how to do small sample visitor evaluation
  • Bring your evaluation background to bear on visitor issues the museum wishes to explore

Additional Qualifications

In addition to the general qualifications required for all education internships, applicants for this position should also possess the following:

Experience or interest in visitor understanding the visitor experience in art museums.

If you are interested in this position . Be sure to have a digital copy of your resume (PDF preferred) prepared before filling out the application as you will be required to attach it to your submission.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.