To promote, perpetuate & preserve the history of Hawaiian Africana settlers, their descendants, and contemporaries to educate young and old.
To provide prompt customer service, create quality beverages and products, and maintain a clean and comfortable environment for customers.
The Projectionist performs various theatre duties such as projecting scheduled films in various exhibition formats, basic indoor and outdoor audio/visual support, and other duties as assigned.
Under the direction of the Director of Development, the Development Officer, Corporate Relations serves as the primary relationship manager for the museum’s portfolio of priority corporations, corporate foundations, CEOs/executives, and other high-impact individuals.
The Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities seeks a dynamic, creative, and engaging Executive Director to help achieve its mission of connecting people with ideas that broaden perspectives, enrich lives, and strengthen communities for all the people of Hawaiʻi.
The Conservator manages the Conservation Laboratory and all Conservation projects. The Conservator is responsible for providing conservation consultation, examination, survey and treatment services for provision of conservation service. Responsibilities Include: Examines materials to determine their condition and provides proposals with cost estimates for provision of conservation service. As needed in treatments, researches artists’ techniques [...]
The Obama Museum is seeking a museum educator to support our mission and carry out the Multicultural Youth Enrichment Program for the 2018-2019 school year.
Under the general direction of the Shangri La Tour Manager, the Driver is responsible for the operation and maintenance of a 25 passenger mini-bus that transports passengers safely from the Honolulu Museum of Art to Shangri La, the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art.
The Kona Historical Society (KHS) is seeking an experienced, innovative, and engaging individual to update and expand education programs at its historic sites and museum facilities in Kealakekua and Captain Cook, Hawai'i Island.
As a growing organization, the Conservancy is currently seeking an Executive Director with a bold imagination who is also comfortable rolling up his/her sleeves and contributing to the everyday activities of running a small nonprofit.