The Honolulu Museum of Art is seeking an energetic and experienced Grants Manager to join its Development department to implement the Museum’s corporate, foundation, and government grants strategy for annual operations, strategic initiatives, and capital projects.
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.
The Membership and Events Manager functions as a member of the philanthropy team, and will be tasked with supporting the mission of Honolulu Civil Beat.
Support and advance the Museum’s mission through the management of special events and private events. Coordinates events including but not limited to the ARTafterDARK program, fundraising events, donor cultivation events, donor appreciation events, membership receptions, membership engagement events, facility rentals and other events and programs as assigned.
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.
Under the supervision of the Chef and Café Manager, Spalding House, supports the cafe kitchen operation with daily culinary work as well as cleaning and light dishwashing as needed.
Under the general direction of the museum director, this position is responsible for the planning, strategizing and oversight of all communications-, publicity-, marketing-, branding-, advertising- and editorial-related functions within the museum.
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.
Located in Shangri La’s Center for public, educational and digital programming, the associate curator of education advances the Foundation’s mission by creating innovative on-site, off-site and online education initiatives for all ages that enrich the understanding of Shangri La’s collections and exhibitions and support the Shangri La(b) artist-scholar residency series to engage communities through the art, culture and design of Islamic worlds.