Job Postings

Job Posting 

Job Title: Facilities Manager                    

Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC

Folger Shakespeare Library is the world’s largest Shakespeare collection, the ultimate resource for exploring Shakespeare and his world. The Folger welcomes millions of visitors online and in person. We provide unparalleled access to a huge array of resources, from original sources to modern interpretations. With the Folger, you can experience the power of performance, the wonder of exhibitions, and the excitement of pathbreaking research. We offer the opportunity to see and even work with early modern sources, driving discovery and transforming education for students of all ages. 

Shakespeare belongs to you. His world is vast. Come explore. Join us online, on the road, or in Washington, DC.

In addition to being the world's largest Shakespeare collection, the Folger is home to major collections of other rare Renaissance booksmanuscripts, and works of art. Located a block from the US Capitol, the Folger serves a wide audience of scholarsvisitorsteachersstudentsfamilies, and theater- and concert-goers. 

The Folger opened in 1932, as a gift to the American people from founders Henry and Emily Folger. Learn more about the history of the Folger.



Job Posting 

Job Title: Assistant Facilities Manager (project position for 18 months)

Oakland Museum of California 

The mission of the Oakland Museum of California is to inspire all Californians to create a more vibrant future for themselves and their communities. 

When the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) first opened its doors fifty years ago in 1969, it brought together three historically independent disciplines—art, history, and natural sciences—under one roof. This progressive multidisciplinary approach was to celebrate the many facets of California. Our collections—comprising more than 1.9 million objects including seminal art works, historical artifacts, ethnographic objects, natural specimens, and photographs—and our programs explore and reveal the factors that shape California character and identity, from its extraordinary natural landscapes, to successive waves of migration, to its unique culture of creativity and innovation.

OMCA has reopened its galleries after a transformation that touches almost every aspect of the 300,000 square-foot Museum and builds on the founders' original multidisciplinary and civic-minded intent by improving integration of OMCA's collections and programs, strengthening its role as a public forum, and creating new opportunities for visitor participation. The collections are animated by innovative interpretive tools and interactive features; and new gathering spaces and program areas engage visitors and encourage them to share their own perspectives, questions, and stories.

OMCA nurtures its deep ties to the community by offering many educational and outreach programs. We welcome schools, scholars, local audiences, and all visitors to participate in our events and activities and to discover their place in California's past, present, and future.


Job Posting 

Job Title: Facility Manager


Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas


The Facilities Manager plans, organizes, supervises, coordinates and controls the activities of the museum operations and maintenance functions which are necessary in maintaining the physical structures, HVAC, mechanical, electrical systems, utility systems, and grounds of the museum.  The Facilities Manager will also be responsible proposing capital improvements and a long term maintenance plan.  H/She will also manage the facilities team.  This is an essential position for the museum.



Job Posting 

Job Title: Engineer/Program Manager

Museum/Organization: National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

The National Gallery of Art was conceived and given to the people of the United States by Andrew W. Mellon (1855–1937). Mellon was a financier and art collector from Pittsburgh who came to Washington in 1921 to serve as secretary of the treasury. During his years of public service he came to believe that the United States should have a national art museum equal to those of other great nations.