Employment at MoSH
The Museum of Science & History (MoSH) offers a variety of employment opportunities at multiple properties including the Museum, Lichterman Nature Center, Mallory-Neely House and Magevney House.
Guest Services Assistant
The Guest Services Assistant provides outstanding guest service while operating in a key front-facing role at The Museum of Science & History (MoSH), Pink Palace.
Community Engagement Volunteer Internship
The Community Engagement Volunteer Intern will work under the direction of the Manager of Volunteer Services to coordinate and administer the volunteer program for MoSH at all properties, including recruitment, training, and retaining of volunteer staff; consults.
Part-Time Special Events Coordinator
Works under the direction of the Special Events Manager of MoSH to coordinate special events such as donor and member events, facility rentals, and volunteer functions. This is a part time position at 28 hours per week, Wednesday – Sunday. Must be available to work holidays, week nights, and most weekend nights.
Community Engagement Senior Coordinator – Camps, Scouts and Aftercare
The Community Engagement Camps, Scouts, and Aftercare Senior Coordinator primarily trains, schedules, assigns, and supports all aspects of camps and scouts including managing staff and enrolling campers. The Senior Coordinator is responsible for developing, delivering, and/or coordinating delivery of Community Engagement programs to after-school, camp, and scout audiences, in-house and off-site or virtually, at all MoSH locations.
Full-time Special Events Coordinator
Works under the direction of the Special Events Manager of MoSH to coordinate special events
such as donor and member events, facility rentals, and volunteer functions. This is a full-time
position at 40 hours per week Wednesday – Sunday. Must be available to work some week
nights and most weekend nights.
Curator of Natural Science
The Natural Science Curator will expand the Museum’s extensive natural science holdings and provide all aspects of research, exhibitions, and program development. The Curator of Natural Science will have the intellectual vision and practical skills necessary to present, interpret, and build a vibrant collection of natural history specimens to be utilized in thought-provoking exhibitions.