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.
Visitor Services Associate – MoSH Central
The Visitor Services Assistant (VSA) provides outstanding guest service while operating in a key front-facing role at MoSH, Pink Palace. The VSA processes and sells museum admission and memberships, serves as first point of contact for guests during regular museum hours and special events, and consistently provides polite, knowledgeable, and attentive service. The VSA is part of a team responsible for supporting MoSH’s role as a leading regional Science & History museum by creating a welcoming, accessible, inclusive environment at the museum. The VSA works across the museum with a variety of constituencies including the general public, members, donors, VIPs, and staff.
Operations Supervisor – Lichterman Nature Center
Works under the general direction of the Lichterman Nature Center Manager to oversee and manage the daily operations and business affairs of Lichterman Nature Center (LNC). Supervises the ticketing and reservations process. Monitors cash control, and determines attendance and processes financial data in a timely manner. Determines policies and procedures for the nature center regarding daily operations. Maintains accurate revenue and expenditure records to allow analysis of the financial situation at the nature center. Assist in developing, reporting, and administering LNC’s City of Memphis and Memphis Museums, Inc, budgets.
Teacher/Naturalist – Camps & Scout Programs – Lichterman Nature Center
As a core member of the Lichterman Nature Center Education team, the new teacher/naturalist will be focused on building and promoting Camp Lichterman and scout programs at the Nature Center. This individual will report to Chief Teacher/Naturalist at Lichterman Nature Center.
Teacher/Naturalist – School Programs – Lichterman Nature Center
As a core member of the Lichterman Nature Center Education team, the new teacher/naturalist will be focused on building and promoting school programs on-site at the Nature Center and outreach opportunities at Mid-south area schools including Shelby County Schools, municipal schools, private and parochial schools and those in sister states of Mississippi and Arkansas. Public programs for children and adults will be an extra task for a highly motivated individual. Public programs include events onsite and offsite for children and adults normally held on a weekend. Coordination with special events and operations manager is required for successful promotion and planning of public events. This teacher/naturalist will report to Chief Teacher/Naturalist at Lichterman Nature Center.