Position InformationDate New Hire Needed
Job Title Museum Guard (12 months, 10 hours a week) Department Grinnell College Museum of Art
Position Summary Information
The Museum Guard has primary responsibility for day-to-day security in the Faulconer Gallery space of the Grinnell College Museum of Art. They will have an understanding of museum security needs, including the safety of the art and of the museum visitors. A professional manner and strong customer service skills are essential.
They will work with the Office of Campus Safety on protocols and procedures in coordination with campus safety standards. The Museum Guard will be a member of the Grinnell College Museum of Art team and will assist, as needed, with special events in and around the museum.
The Museum Guard will work with student gallery guides and will interact with a diverse range of students, faculty, staff and visitors from around the globe. As needed, the Museum Guard will work with security systems in place in the museum and on campus.
Reports to the director of the museum.
The schedule is:
Arrival time is 15 minutes prior to a shift.
Link to Job Description Museum Guard Link to Organizational Chart FLSA Category Non-Exempt Staff/Faculty Staff Employment Status Part-Time Employment Category Regular Posting Date Closing Date Special Instructions to Applicants
Selected candidate must successfully pass a background check prior to first day of employment.
Open Until Filled No Posting Number S00987 Diversity Statement
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