Volunteer Coordinator – HoMA

Under the general direction of the Director of Human Resources, the Volunteer Coordinator plans,
organizes, implements, and manages a coordinated, museum-wide volunteer program; the coordinator
interacts with all operational and programming areas of the museum to ensure a consistent volunteer

Donor Engagement Manager – HoMA

Under the direction of the Associate Director of Advancement, the Donor Engagement Manager is responsible for donor prospecting, conducting donor research, implementing, and managing donor stewardship, and ensuring recognition of the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) donors.

Collections Technician – HoMA

Under the general direction of the Registrar and Director of Collections and the immediate guidance of the Collections Manager, the Collections Technician ensures proper care and maintenance of the permanent collections, loans, and exhibitions.

Director of Collections – HoMA

As part of the senior management team and the lead administrator for the Collections Department, the Director of Collections is responsible for the day-to-day strategic management of the Collections Department as well as fostering a collaborative culture within the department and across the Museum.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and working closely with the Director of Curatorial Affairs, thisrole will establish the
collections strategy in the context of Honolulu Museum of Art’s (“HoMA”s) strategic and long-term plan for its collection of 55,000 artworks as well as the Museum’s Robert Allerton Art Library and the Museum’s Archives.

Major Giving Officer – HoMA

Under the direction of the Director and Director of Advancement, the Major Giving Officer is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing the cultivation of the Honolulu Museum of Art’s major donors. The Major Giving Officer plays a critical role in increasing donor support and acts as an ambassador for the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) across the community. This role supervises the Individual Giving Coordinator and oversees major donations for the museum.

President & CEO – Pacific Tsunami Museum

The President and CEO provides leadership, vision and direction to Pacific Tsunami Museum by setting the operational and cultural tone, coordinating with the Board of Directors on long-term planning and direction, operating as the Museum representative in media, fundraising and community settings, and overseeing the management of all Museum operations.

Grants Manager – Maui Arts & Cultural Center

The Grants Manager plays a vital role in Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s (MACC) core programs (performance, visual arts exhibitions, arts education, cultural) and is primarily responsible for the identification, development, implementation and management of all facets of government, corporate, and foundation project-driven program grants. The Grants Manager works cross-departmentally with an understanding MACC program initiatives and reports directly to the Vice President of Programming.

Event Services Coordinator – Maui Arts & Cultural Center

The Event Services Coordinator plays a key role in the success of our world class multiple-faceted performance arts center (www.mauiarts.org), and is primarily responsible for assisting the Executive Vice President, handling rentals of non-ticketed venues for meetings/classes/seminars/etc. additionally assists on events as needed with skills in clerical/administrative support.