Two job opportunities in the European Jewish Museums world have come up — if you’re qualified, you should apply.
1. Community Manager with the Association of European Jewish Museums
The AEJM is looking for a skilled Community Manager (freelance contract — 335 hours per year) who will have a pivotal role in providing members with means of online communication and networking. The Community Manager will be responsible for maintaining the new AEJM website and for publishing the AEJM Newsletter. This position aims at further strengthening the professional network and active community of Jewish museums and collections in Europe.
The Community Manager should have excellent computer, Internet and WordPress skills, as well as good relation management skills. Experience in working at or with Jewish museums or collections is essential. High-level written communication skills in English are a requirement; knowledge of other main European languages and Hebrew would be helpful. Experience in the area of administration and public relations is also required. The Community Manager should be highly organised and able to work independently.
Read the full job description here. To apply for this post, please send your current CV and a cover letter, explaining your interestest in this post and relevant experience and qualifications, together with details of at least one referee, and information regarding your availability to AEJM Project Manager Eva Koppen (email@example.com). The closing date for applications is 10 April.
2. Jewish Museum Hohenems (Vorarlberg, Austria) – full time Head of Collections.
Do you have an academic background in history and preferably Jewish studies and professional proficiency in German? Do you also have proficiency in English and perhaps even Hebrew? Experienced in working with database programmes such as Filemaker and MySQL? Apply before 15 April.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Museum web site – http://www.jm-hohenems.at/en/
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