The Development Associate will work closely with the museum’s Development Manager and Executive Director to strategically plan and execute fundraising strategies to advance CMOM’s mission. Through a variety of fundraising campaigns, the Development Associate will be responsible for securing funding and growing our pipeline of donors, of all types and giving levels, to help meet and exceed fundraising goals. View the full job description here. Submit your resume here.
The primary role of the Grant Writer is to research, develop, write, submit, track and report grant requests. The Grant Writer will present CMOM’s mission and impact in writing to effectively secure financial support from foundation (corporate, family & private) and government funding sources. View the full job description here. Submit your resume here.
The Children’s Museum of Memphis creates memorable learning experiences through the joy of play in hands-on exhibits and programs. PLAY’sociates are vital to the success of this mission, making sure that playful learning and meaningful family interactions are available to all interested guests. PLAY’sociates lead and support museum-wide programs such as – but not limited to – Story Time, Sensory Play, Doodlebug Studio, and special events. PLAY’sociates are well-informed about all CMOM exhibits and activities as well as the calendar of upcoming events. PLAY’sociates are adept at providing museum directions, conversing helpfully with child and adult guests, and modeling play for our guests. They are also charged with cleaning tasks and re-setting exhibits throughout their shifts. View the full job description here. Submit your resume here.
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