Oportunidades en el Denver Art Museum

Gracias por tu interés en el Denver Art Museum. Usa nuestro Centro de oportunidades laborales online para buscar y solicitar los puestos disponibles a jornada completa, jornada parcial y las becas. Una vez que envíes la solicitud, recibirás la confirmación por correo electrónico.

Responderemos directamente a los solicitantes más cualificados para las posiciones disponibles. Si tienes alguna necesidad especial para solicitar un puesto, ponte en contacto con la Oficina de Talento y Cultura llamando al 720-913-0151.

Values and Culture

At the Denver Art Museum, we believe art has the power to forge connections, bridge differences, and transform lives. We are always looking for people who share our passion for creativity and community building to join our team.

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

The Denver Art Museum provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Oportunidades profesionales

Es necesario contar con un equipo polifacético, talentoso e integrado para llevar adelante un museo de arte de primera categoría. Contratamos miembros del equipo en una amplia variedad de áreas y especializaciones, incluidas:

  • Contabilidad
  • Administración
  • Comunicaciones y Asuntos públicos
  • Conservación
  • Curaduría
  • Desarrollo
  • Exposiciones y colecciones
  • Instalaciones
  • Recursos humanos
  • Aprendizaje y participación
  • Marketing
  • Operaciones y Servicios al visitante - Tienda, Ventas y Servicios, Eventos
  • Publicaciones
  • Seguridad

Beneficios y ventajas para empleados

  • Seguro completo de salud, dental y de visión para todas las posiciones beneficiadas
  • Generosas políticas de baja por enfermedad o asunto personal y de vacaciones
  • Cuenta de jubilación 403(b) de la compañía
  • Membresía del museo gratuita
  • Oportunidades de liderazgo y desarrollo profesional respaldadas por el museo
  • Entorno de trabajo relajado
  • Programas de bienestar, incluida una sesión semanal presencial de yoga
  • Hora feliz y eventos sociales patrocinados por el museo
  • Preestreno de muchas de las exposiciones más importantes exclusivo para el personal
  • Descuentos para el personal en la Tienda y el Café

Museum Internships

The museum is hosting interns for summer 2022 in our Pathways Exploration Internship program for current college students and early career professionals who are considered historically excluded in the arts. We define historically excluded groups as people who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), women, immigrants, LGBTQIA+, those who have been involved in the criminal justice system for nonviolent offenses, and fostered youth. In this year-three pilot of the program, a cohort of interns will come together with the opportunity for career exploration, personal development, and an opportunity to learn new skills.

We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2022 internships across several departments: Communications, Curatorial, Marketing, Learning and Engagement, Talent and Culture, and Technology. Please follow the link below to apply today.

Acerca del Programa Museum Pathways

El programa de pasantías Museum Pathways busca diversificar el ingreso de talentos al museo proporcionando a estudiantes de grado procedentes de entornos subrepresentados en el campo de los museos una experiencia de trabajo significativa, práctica y paga. Lee este artículo para obtener más información sobre el estudio realizado por la Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, la Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) y la American Alliance of Museums (AAM) en 2015, que evaluó la diversidad étnica y de género del personal de los museos de arte de todo Estados Unidos.

Voluntarios del museo

El Denver Art Museum está comprometido con la creación de un entorno diverso, equitativo e inclusivo. Los postulantes a un voluntariado serán considerados independientemente de su raza, color, religión, género, identidad o expresión de género, orientación sexual, nacionalidad, genética, discapacidad o edad.

Gracias por tu interés en las oportunidades de voluntariado del Denver Art Museum. Esperamos seleccionar nuevos voluntarios en febrero de 2022. Mantente al tanto aquí para más actualizaciones.

Las diferentes habilidades, el tiempo, el entusiasmo y la amabilidad que aportan nuestros voluntarios tienen un impacto directo en la calidad de las experiencias de nuestros visitantes en el museo.

Los voluntarios del museo apoyan el trabajo de varios departamentos del museo, incluidos:

  • Comunicaciones
  • Curaduría
  • Desarrollo
  • Conservación
  • Instalaciones
  • Aprendizaje y Participación
  • La Tienda
  • Servicios para los visitantes
  • Servicios para los voluntarios

Become a Visitor Ambassador Volunteer

Do you enjoy talking to people? The Denver Art Museum seeks new volunteers to greet and assist our visitors to ensure a meaningful and enjoyable museum experience. We know from our surveys that visitors rate their museum experience much higher if they have interacted with a staff member or volunteer. Our Visitor Ambassador volunteers are positioned throughout the museum campus greeting and directing visitors at entrances and other key locations and assisting them in wayfinding and designing their visit.

We are looking for volunteers who can commit to (20) half days (3.5 hours) per year for a between the hours of 9:30am to 1 pm or 12:30–4 pm (on Tuesdays there’s an evening shift from 5:30 to 8 pm). We are asking for a total commitment of at least one year. Shifts are scheduled every day of the week with a greater need on Tuesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

If you love people and are enthusiastic about a positive museum experience for all, this is the role for you! Our staff and volunteers embody the following values: dynamic, respectful, inclusive, creative, and curious. If this sounds like you, apply online today.

Applications close May 27 and interviews will begin June 7. New volunteers will participate the new employee/volunteer orientation on June 22 or June 29 and begin on-the-job training following that.

Become a School Group Docent

Do you enjoy connecting and empowering Colorado youth? Join the Denver Art Museum’s team and connect with PreK, Grade 5 students, or middle and high school students in the museum! We are currently recruiting new volunteers to work with school groups and we would love to talk to you more about your interest.

We are looking for volunteers who are able to commit one half day (3 hours) per a week typically between the hours of 9:45 to 1 pm for at least one school year. The school year runs mid-September through June. Learn more about the opportunity by downloading our school group docent description form below.

Applications close June 3, 2022. New volunteers will join the new employee orientation and welcome day August 10 or August 17, 2022.

Requirements for Volunteering

  • Pass a required security background check.
  • Maintain an active museum membership.
  • Strong commitment to the museum’s values: dynamic, respectful, connected, creative, and curious.
  • Complete required general and job-specific trainings and refresher trainings.
  • Enjoy working with people from all backgrounds and experiences.

Volunteer Engagement Strategic Plan

Staff and volunteers working collaboratively to unlock the power of art and inspire creativity.

– Created by the Volunteer Strategic Planning Committee, July 2019

For more than a century, volunteers have played a vital role in the Denver Art Museum’s mission to enrich the lives of present and future generations through the acquisition, presentation, and preservation of works of art, supported by exemplary scholarship and public programs related to both its permanent collections and to temporary exhibitions presented by the museum.

Now, guided by its Vision 2021 and the impending opening of the Martin Building, museum leadership recognized that they could not achieve the DAM’s bold goals without further engaging the talents and skills of those who share a passion for art. This plan, developed with support from consultant VQ Volunteer Strategies, provides the path to leveraging community members as current and future volunteers in this work. Volunteers and staff began implementing this plan in January 2020.