Thank you for your interest in employment and internship opportunities at The Bryan Museum.
In operation since 2015, The Bryan Museum is a nonprofit cultural facility documenting Texas and American Western history through lively, creative exhibits and programs. As the Museum grows and becomes a key cultural resource for Galveston, we are seeking committed, creative, and motivated people who are passionate about history and excited by education, communication, and collaboration. Most importantly, you must love to bring history to life!
The Bryan Museum offers opportunities in a variety of areas, including administration, admissions, curatorial, development, education, finance and operations, marketing, guest services, retail, and security. Here you will find a listing of our current openings. Please revisit this page often for information about new opportunities as they become available.
The Bryan Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
The Bryan Museum is a young, dynamic museum of Western History and Art with a focus on Texas and its essential role in the story of the West. The Museum’s outstanding collection of art, artifacts and manuscripts spans 12,000 years and is the result of over 40 years of collecting by founder J.P. Bryan and his family. The Bryan Museum opened in June 2015 in Galveston, Texas, in what was formerly the Galveston Orphans Home, built in 1895.
The Museum seeks a creative, energetic Curator to develop engaging exhibitions, as well as build, manage, maintain and conserve the collection. The Curator will play a key role in presenting the collection to the public and will work collaboratively with education staff to find new ways to make history meaningful and exciting for audiences of all ages. He or she will actively represent the Museum among professional colleagues and the public and will assist in the training of volunteers and docents.
The Curator will report to the Executive Director to advance the mission of The Bryan Museum (TBM) through exhibitions, activities, and programing. S/he will do so while upholding professional standards, as outlined by the American Alliance of Museums, and focusing on providing quality experiences to our guests and constituents. The Curator will oversee both the Bryan Texana and JP and Mary Jon Bryan collections.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Interested candidates should send letter of interest, resume, list of four references and salary history to Joan Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org
The salary for this position is commensurate with experience and includes benefits. The Bryan Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
The position is open until filled.
There are currently no internship positions available.