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Phone: (716) 896-5200
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Museum Location:

1020 Humboldt Parkway
Buffalo, New York 14211

Location: 1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14211
Hours:

Open 7 Days a Week
Mon-Sun 10am-4pm

Hours: Open 7 Days a Week | Mon-Sun 10am-4pm

 

Director of Marketing & Public Relations

Department: Marketing and Public Relations
Position Title: Director of Marketing & Public Relations
Reports to: President & CEO
Status: Full time/Exempt

Position Overview

At the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve, we take pride in providing an environment that inspires curiosity, self-directed learning and fun for our guests of all ages. All staff are recruited, trained, directed and developed with this in mind. We believe that science is fun and that everyone can be a scientist when they make observations and ask questions. Research shows that when you mix GREAT SERVICE with GREAT PEOPLE, the result is LASTING MEMORIES for our guests.


Summary of Position

Reporting to the President and CEO, the Director of Marketing and Public Relations is responsible for the strategic management, oversight and implementation of all Marketing and PR efforts for the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve. This position is a unique combination of strategic leadership and hands-on execution. The Director will work closely and independently with institutional leadership including members of the Board of Managers and other key volunteers, and senior staff throughout the organization. As part of the Society staff leadership team, the Director will contribute to developing and implementing organization-wide strategies and protocols. The position supervises one and one-half professional employees, and will manage all media relations, serving as the main point of contact and, when appropriate, as a public spokesperson for the Museum and Tifft. The Society depends upon successful marketing and public relations to achieve mission and financial goals.


Essential Functions

Program Management
  • Manage Marketing and PR staff, ensuring they have the necessary resources to achieve their goals and that their efforts are directed in support of the Society’s overall objectives:
    • Marketing Coordinator
    • Special Events and Facility Rentals Coordinator (shared reporting to Director of Marketing & PR and Director of Development)
  • Oversee the creation/management of brand identify and the development of ongoing public relations and marketing plans that align with the Society‘s strategic plan objectives and annual goals
  • Embrace an audience-first operating standard that puts our current and potential visitors and participants at the center of all of our marketing and communication plans
  • Develop and maintain media relations that will ensure high visibility and market positioning in support of our brand and organizational objectives
  • Initiate pro-active public relations efforts to capitalize on earned media opportunities
  • Serve as lead staff person supporting the BSNS Marketing Committee: convene meetings, provide technical and expert support to discussions, facilitate actions plans
  • Manage the Museum and Tifft’s social media presence and strategy: ensure pro-active efforts to expand presence and impact and meet Society goals; direct and manage content for BMS and Tifft websites; manage Google AdWords and Google Analytics
  • Oversee/manage the development and execution of all marketing plans to maximize attendance, program participation, and earned revenue
  • Facilitate design services for all marketing needs for the Society
  • Oversee the creation of all marketing and sales materials (print, web, radio, TV, billboards, video and grassroots efforts) – including generating vehicles for distribution – for the Society; manage inventory
  • Direct the strategy for and negotiate media buys; oversee advertising schedules and production
  • Oversee the creation of all content – including graphics, text (including press releases), video content, etc – for all marketing/promotion, media, and social media efforts
  • Manage the organization’s external programming calendar, and calendar updates on the internal way-finding system; use the Altru database to track programs, discounts, attendance, etc
  • Manage the organization’s external programming calendar, and calendar updates on the internal way-finding system; use the Altru database to track programs, discounts, attendance, etc
  • Manage the organization’s telephone greetings and information scripts
  • Provide background/write remarks for public speeches for the Chair of the Board, the President & CEO, and others on staff and board as necessary and appropriate
  • Provide leadership to the build and execution of a private facility rentals program; ensure high quality client experiences and exceed financial goals within our mission-first culture
  • Serve on cross-functional work groups, representing the Society’s marketing/promotion needs and opportunities
  • Develop, manage and oversee annual marketing budget
  • Engage and manage external vendors as necessary, working to manage quality results within budgets
  • Monitor financial and attendance/participation performance and activity against goals and report progress on a regular basis
  • Serve as liaison with regional tourism entities to promote the Society and its offerings

Organizational Leadership
  • Participate as a member of the senior staff team. Provide leadership to organization-wide initiatives including strategic planning, staff engagement, program prioritization and development, and long- and short-term financial planning
  • Provide on-site leadership to organization-wide events; model best team practice in contribution to event set-up and break-down, program facilitation, guest engagement , etc
  • Provide guidance and expert counsel to colleagues across the organization to support our brand, mission and financial objectives, and public positioning

Education, Experience & Skills Required

The Society’s culture is one of collaboration, collegiality, and teamwork. The Director must have a desire to work in a mission-first and audience-centered culture; produce products and experiences of exceptionally high quality; and to enjoy work and colleagues. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Bachelor's degree in communications, marketing, or public relations preferred. Graduate degree in a related field desired
  • Minimum of 7 years experience in marketing or public relations with demonstrated success, preferably in the not-for-profit sector
  • Strong leadership skills and the willingness to initiate new practices and eliminate old
  • Ability to think strategically and understand both long- and short- term planning needs and opportunities
  • Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the design and execution of strategic marketing, communications and public relations plans to achieve broad organizational goals
  • Strong creative, strategic, analytical, organizational, writing, and personal communication skills
  • Experience overseeing the design and production of print materials and publications, and in writing for marketing and promotion purposes
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from key leaders and the general public; acumen in speaking to the media
  • Ability to strategically prioritize and organize work of self and others
  • Highly self-motivated, results- and goal-driven team player; ability to perform under tight deadlines and meet strict financial goals
  • Lifelong learner with a natural sense of curiosity and respect for science and the scientific process

Physical Demands
  • Reading printed material and computer screens regularly throughout the day
  • Manual operation of a computer key board daily
  • Moving around and between the Society's sites on a daily basis
  • A valid driver‘s license is required

This job description is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, qualifications and work conditions. There will be times when the duties of this position will be modified in order to provide the best possible experience for our guests.

This leadership position will require frequent evening and weekend work.


Please send cover letter, resume and names of three references via email or USPS to:

Careers
Buffalo Museum of Science
1020 Humboldt Parkway
Buffalo, NY 14211
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EOE




Community Partnerships and Adult Programs Manager

Department: Learning and Interpretation
Position Title: Community Partnerships and Adult Programs Manager
Reports to: Guest Experience Manager
Status: Full Time, Exempt

Position Overview

At the Buffalo Museum of Science, we take pride in providing an environment that inspires curiosity, self-directed learning and fun for our guests of all ages. All staff are recruited, trained, directed and developed with this in mind. We believe that science is fun and that everyone can be a scientist when they make observations and ask questions. Research shows that when you mix GREAT SERVICE with GREAT PEOPLE, the result is LASTING MEMORIES for our guests.


Summary of Position

The Community Partnership and Adult Programs Manager is responsible for overseeing the programs, activities, and collaborative process in the development of comprehensive Community Partnerships and Adult Programs. This position will contribute to the advancement of the Museum’s effort to develop, implement, expand, and sustain a suite of after-school and adult/teen programming for broad and diverse audiences through the development of strategic community partnerships.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, designing and implementing a variety of public programs for our community partner audiences and adults, ensuring programs are in line with the Society’s mission and fiscally sound, generating positive revenue for the organization. This manager is to work collaboratively with the School and Public Programs Managers and staff across the organization to provide seamless and meaningful experiences for all of our audiences, helping to inspire lifelong learning and create memories.

The position requires a candidate equipped to think broadly and innovatively about the Society’s visitor-centric mission, while also independently managing a wide range of administrative responsibilities. The candidate must be comfortable working in a collaborative and culturally diverse setting and possess the openness, flexibility and diplomacy required for meaningful collaboration with partners.


Essential Functions

After-School Programs
  • Lead development, planning and implementation of experiences and services for local community organizations
  • Oversee all after-school grant projects and contracts to ensure objectives are met or exceeded
  • Provide administrative oversight for programs, accounting for fiscal management of community programs so they support the financial goals of the Society
  • Oversee evaluation of all community, after-school and teen programs projects so that all projects are meaningful and support the strategic goals set forth
  • Cultivate new relationships and deepen existing connections with after-school and community program providers
  • Represent the Museum and Tifft in the community so that the Society is seen as a vested player
  • Prepare regular progress reports to document project so that others in the Society are kept informed
  • Maximize the Museum’s impact in the local East side and the community at large
  • Collaborate with the Society development team to generate opportunities for philanthropic support

Adult Programs
  • Develop and coordinate an ongoing suite of adult public programs including but not limited to education programs (i.e. lectures, panel discussions, gallery talks,) and social event programs, tours, performances, film programs and science cafes
  • Manage all aspects of adult programs including, research, plan development, implementation, and evaluation; development and management of budgets, resources, communications, and timelines
  • Sustain, build and manage partnerships with community groups and businesses to enhance adult programming
  • Develop programs, activities, and resources to complement temporary exhibitions in conjunction with Exhibits Manager
  • Engage broad and diverse audiences. Working with marketing staff, ensure programs are promoted as necessary to build “brand"
  • Working with development team, generate opportunities for philanthropic support
  • Develop, prepare and submit orally and in writing statistical data and other reports, proposals and grant requests as required so that others in the society are kept informed
  • Establish and maintain contact with other Museum departments, community members, and organizations as collaborative partners for the purpose of program planning, presenting, and audience development

Education, Experience, and Skills Required
  • Master’s degree in education or museum field
  • A genuine interest in community, neighborhood and people
  • Project management skills
  • Understanding and experience in working with diverse audiences
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders (staff, volunteers, vendors, customers, etc.)
  • Highly organized and detail oriented, with excellent administrative and time management skills
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with high energy and strong problem-solving skills
  • Ability to anticipate needs and challenges, take initiative, ask questions, and provide solutions to achieve department and organization objectives
  • Ability to work independently and in a team setting
  • Comfort speaking in small and large groups
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint. Advanced web research skills
  • Desire to work in a fast-paced setting and produce products, services and activities of exceptional quality
  • Desire to enjoy work and colleagues

Physical Demands
  • Weekend and evening work
  • Ability to be seated/standing for extended periods
  • Able to life objects up to 40 lbs.
  • Valid Driver’s license

The Society’s culture is one of collaboration, collegiality, and teamwork. Candidate must enjoy working with people and have a desire to produce products and experiences of the highest quality. This job description is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, qualifications and work conditions. There will be times when the duties of this position will be modified in order to provide the best possible experience for our guests.

Application Deadline June 16th, 2017

Please submit cover letter, resume and names of three references via email or USPS to:

Careers
Buffalo Museum of Science
1020 Humboldt Parkway
Buffalo, NY 14211
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EOE


 

Administrative Office Coordinator

Department: Administration
Position Title: Administrative Office Coordinator
Reports to: President & CEO
Status: Full time/Non-Exempt

Position Overview

At the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve, we take pride in providing an environment that inspires curiosity, self-directed learning and fun for our guests of all ages. All staff are recruited, trained, directed and developed with this in mind. We believe that science is fun and that everyone can be a scientist when they make observations and ask questions. Research shows that when you mix GREAT SERVICE with GREAT PEOPLE, the result is LASTING MEMORIES for our guests.


Summary of Position

The Administrative Office Coordinator serves as Executive Assistant to the President/CEO and Deputy Director, the primary liaison to the Board of Managers, and coordinator of office based services for the Society.


Essential Functions
  • Provide administrative support to President & CEO and the Deputy Director, including organizing and maintaining effectiveness of Office of President and portraying a positive image within and outside the organization
  • Manage the high volume meeting calendar of the President and CEO and Deputy Director and ensure that each is prepared for meetings at least a day in advance
  • Assist the President and Deputy Director with correspondence, drafting letters and other communications and carefully proof reading documents as necessary
  • Provide project management support for projects of the President and Deputy Director
  • Perform office duties such as typing, answering phone, filing, scheduling, mail, etc.
  • Maintain supplies for administrative office, kitchen, computers, etc.
  • Coordinate and serve as primary liaison/on-site lead for guests of the President and Deputy Director and external groups hosting events at the Museum, at the discretion of the President and Deputy Director
  • Complete expense and mileage reports, check requests and Visa reconciliation reports for the President and Deputy Director
  • Review and address for correction or approve timesheets for staff of President and Deputy Director; review requests for PTO and coordinate with supervisors for approval
  • Special assignments as directed by the President and Deputy Director

Board Liaison Essential Functions
  • Maintain communication with Board of Managers and select committees, including drafting minutes, notices, and all other related correspondence, and keeping records to assure effective, timely and confidential communication and strong Board processes
  • Maintain and update all policies and procedures for the Board of Managers
  • Coordinate logistics and provide/arrange refreshments for all Board and select Committee meetings

Office Coordinator Essential Functions
  • Coordinate the efforts of 3-person phone team; ensuring that the primary Museum line is staffed appropriately at all times, and that phone team members consistently receive updated information and training as necessary
  • Working with business office, oversee outgoing checks: ensure accurate amounts, recipients, and signatures; process for mail and distribute internal checks
  • Manage a consolidated office supplies inventory and act as the centralized source of office supplies ordering. Manage supply costs down, working to recycle/reuse as many supplies and possible
  • Coordinate travel arrangements for Society personnel and external individuals as required. Facilitate reimbursement of expense for non-Society staff when necessary
  • Order business cards, furniture, stationery, uniform shirts, and name badges for the organization
  • Procure meeting supplies when necessary
  • Resolve issues around incorrect orders when necessary
  • Working with IT staff, perform minor desktop administrative management functions including establishing file and remote access, creating and terminating email and photocopy systems accounts
  • Partner with the Business Office Manager to ensure that all Society policies are up to date and current
  • Coordinate logistics and provide/arrange refreshments for All Staff meetings

Education, Experience & Skills Required
  • BA degree or at least three years experience in professional office setting
  • Strong computer skills and communication skills required
  • Familiarity with professional office procedures necessary; previous executive assistant experience a plus
  • Previous experience working with a Board of directors a plus
  • Ability to multi-task and work well with all levels of the organization needed
  • Strong writing and proof reading skills needed
  • Must have excellent customer service skills and demonstrate impeccable professionalism and discretion
  • Desire to work in a fast-paced setting and produce experiences and products of the highest quality, as well as to sincerely enjoy work and colleagues necessary
  • Interest in working in a museum or informal science education field a plus
  • Lifelong learner with a natural sense of curiosity and respect for science and the scientific process

Physical Demands
  • Sitting for long periods of time at a work desk/computer on a daily basis
  • Flexibility to work a varied schedule – early mornings, evenings and occasional weekends necessary

This job description is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, qualifications and work conditions. There will be times when the duties of this position will be modified in order to provide the best possible experience for our guests.

Application Deadline July 7th, 2017

Please send cover letter, resume and names of three references via email or USPS to:

Careers
Buffalo Museum of Science
1020 Humboldt Parkway
Buffalo, NY 14211
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EOE


 

Custodian

Department: Operations
Position Title: Custodian
Reports to: Facilities Director
Status: Full time/Non-Exempt

Position Overview

At the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve, we take pride in providing an environment that inspires curiosity, self-directed learning and fun for our guests of all ages. All staff are recruited, trained, directed and developed with this in mind. We believe that science is fun and that everyone can be a scientist when they make observations and ask questions. Research shows that when you mix GREAT SERVICE with GREAT PEOPLE, the result is LASTING MEMORIES for our guests.


Summary of Position

Under the guidance and supervision of the Operations Manager; Custodians will be essentially responsible for general cleaning duties of all properties operated by the Society.


Essential Functions
  • Assist with simple repairs when needed or required
  • Dusting of all cabinetry, inside and out
  • Maintenance and waxing of floors
  • Maintenance and cleaning of all window and cabinetry glass
  • Maintenance and cleanliness of all Society restrooms
  • Maintain supplies for administrative office, kitchen, computers, etc.
  • Assist in the re-order of daily consumables as they pertain to Operations
  • Assist in the maintenance of the Society’s grounds, such as snow removal, refuse pick-up, raking of leaves, etc.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Operations Manager
  • Maintain at all times a friendly and outgoing disposition

Education, Experience & Skills Required
  • Minimum of High School Diploma or GED
  • Minimum of 1 year experience in custodial operations
  • An appreciation for science, nature, education, and a passion for the mission of the Society
  • A genuine care for people and the environment
  • A willingness to learn new skills
  • Basic computer skills

Physical Demands
  • Must be physically fit and able bodied
  • Position requires lifting of heavy objects (minimum of 50 lbs), climbing stairs and ladders, walking long distances, standing for extended periods of time, etc.
  • Reading and understanding printed materials and schedules
  • Hearing and speaking with people in person and on a telephone / two way radio routinely on a daily basis
  • Moving around and between the Society’s sites on a daily basis
  • NYS Drivers License desired but not mandatory
  • Must be able to work flexible hours, including weekends, holidays, and evenings as necessary

This job description is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, qualifications and work conditions. There will be times when the duties of this position will be modified in order to provide the best possible experience for our guests.

Application Deadline July 7th, 2017

Please send cover letter, resume and names of three references via email or USPS to:

Careers
Buffalo Museum of Science
1020 Humboldt Parkway
Buffalo, NY 14211
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EOE


 

Museum Ambassador

Department: Learning & Interpretation
Position Title: Museum Ambassador
Reports to: Guest Experience Manager
Status: Part time/non-exempt

Position Overview

At the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve, we take pride in providing an environment that inspires curiosity, self-directed learning and fun for our guests of all ages. All staff are recruited, trained, directed and developed with this in mind. We believe that science is fun and that everyone can be a scientist when they make observations and ask questions. Research shows that when you mix GREAT SERVICE with GREAT PEOPLE, the result is LASTING MEMORIES for our guests.


Summary of Position

The Museum Ambassador is the initial interface between the Museum and our guest and is responsible for all admissions, cinema and retail transactions. The ideal candidate is driven to provide, from start to finish, an exceptional guest experience. Museum Ambassador’s help guests have the best possible experience through friendly, positive interactions that make them feel like “Rock Stars.”

Staff accessibility is a top priority for our guests, and staff should always be available to serve where needed. Staff should be comfortable engaging with visitors and also be aware of general Museum and Tifft offerings such as workshops, camps and special events. Do you have a unique combination of a love for science, charismatic personality, curiosity and the ability to communicate easily with guests!


Essential Functions
  • Demonstrate an outgoing and friendly demeanor at all times to guests of all ages
  • Provide excellent customer service and be well versed in the Museum and its offerings
  • Transact sales on point-of-sale and Altru systems quickly, accurately, and efficiently
  • Knowledge and ability to communicate all levels of Museum membership and be engaged in active sales of all Society offerings
  • Museum Ambassadors must be familiar with and able to enthusiastically explain all current attractions, including but not limited to; admissions, membership, 3D Cinema, concessions, retail, Discovery Camps, birthday parties, workshops, special events and programs
  • Must be accurate and prompt in handling financial transactions, which include cash, check and credit card processing
  • Respond to guest needs immediately
  • Assist in inventory control; help to main an orderly and attractive work space and organized stockroom by keeping merchandize filed and neatly displayed
  • Responsible for operating the 3D Cinema
  • Strive to meet and exceed sales goals
  • Perform all other tasks as directed by supervisor

Experience, Skills and Personal Qualities Required
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, which may include weekends, holidays and some evenings
  • A “people person” with a friendly, outgoing personality
  • Comfortable with technology required; experience with point-of-sale systems desired
  • Prior retail or customer service experience required
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize
  • Work independently and proactively
  • Strong teamwork and collaboration skills
  • Able to perform well under pressure
  • Detail oriented, organized, motivated, responsible and dependable

Physical Demands
  • Speaking in small and large groups
  • Walking and standing within Museum, sometimes for extended periods
  • Bending/stooping frequently
  • Use of a computer
  • Ability to lift/carry up to 40 lbs
  • Walking up and down stairs to the projection booth

The Society’s culture is one of collaboration, collegiality, and teamwork. Candidate must enjoy working with people and have a desire to produce products and experiences of the highest quality. This job description is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, qualifications and work conditions. There will be times when the duties of this position will be modified in order to provide the best possible experience for our guests.


Please send cover letter, resume and names of three references via email or USPS to:

Careers
Buffalo Museum of Science
1020 Humboldt Parkway
Buffalo, NY 14211
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EOE




Facilitator of Guest Experience

Department: Learning and Interpretation
Position Title: Facilitator of Guest Experience (a.k.a. Science Buffs)
Reports to: Guest Experience Manager
Status: Part time/Non-Exempt

Position Overview

At the Buffalo Museum of Science, we take pride in providing an environment that inspires curiosity, self-directed learning and fun for our guests of all ages. All staff are recruited, trained, directed and developed with this in mind. We believe that science is fun and that everyone can be a scientist when they make observations and ask questions. Research show that when you mix GREAT SERVICE with GREAT PEOPLE, the result is LASTING MEMORIES for our guests.


Summary of Position

This staff member’s primary responsibility is to provide informative, engaging and fun learning experiences that will inspire curiosity and awe. This happens is a variety of situations and locations ranging from personnel facilitated experiences, to short interactive activities, to exhibit facilitation and demonstrations. A Facilitator of Guest Experience will help guests have the best possible experience through friendly, positive interactions that make them feel like “Rock Stars”. Additionally, this staff person will maintain a controlled and positive learning environment.

Staff accessibility is a top priority for our guests, and the Guest Experience Team should always be available to serve where needed. The Facilitator of Guest Experience should be comfortable discussing topics within assigned Science Studios and also be aware of general Museum offerings such as workshops, camps and special events. Facilitators must have a unique combination of a love for science, charismatic personality, curiosity and the ability to communicate easily with guests.


Essential Functions
  • Create “wow” experiences for visitors
  • Actively seek out and engage guests in conversation, exploration and experimentation using strategies which may include inquiry, adapting to the audience, making STEM content relevant and fun, personalizing experiences and using positive reinforcement and appropriate humor to provide exceptional guest experiences
  • Utilize high degree of people skills to initiate warm, friendly engagement experiences for visitors of all ages
  • Lead audience-appropriate activities on the floor and in demos for guests
  • Cultivate positive relationships with the public
  • Aide guest in proper exhibit use/function to ensure safety of guest
  • Provide excellent customer service and be well versed in the Museum and its offerings to serve as a resource person
  • Provide general order and appearance of Museum spaces
  • Troubleshoot challenges in Museum spaces and communicate maintenance and or exhibit issues to the appropriate person or department
  • Display understanding and enthusiasm about the Museum’s big picture goals and this critical role within it
  • Work in partnership with volunteers on the floor
  • Attend regular mandatory training sessions and monthly full staff meetings if possible
  • Follow safety standards and protocols
  • Challenge yourself and team members to provide the highest quality of personalized facilitated experiences for our guests

Experience, Skills and Personal Qualities Required
  • An affinity for science; views science as fun
  • Strong theater experience or ability to effectively present before a person, small or large group
  • A “people person” with a friendly, outgoing personality
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to facilitate learning of exhibit content in a museum environment
  • Ability to effectively present STEM content in both one-on-one and group settings in an engaging, energetic and compelling manner
  • Work independently and proactively
  • Strong teamwork and collaboration skills
  • Be able to perform well under pressure
  • Be organized, responsible and dependable
  • Highly energetic and motivated
  • Must be able to work weekends and holidays and some evenings
  • Valid NYS driver’s license a plus

Physical Demands
  • Speaking in small and large groups
  • Walking and standing within Museum, sometimes for extended periods
  • Bending/stooping frequently
  • Ability to lift/carry up to 40 lbs

The Museum’s culture is one of collaboration, collegiality and teamwork. Candidate must enjoy working with people and have a desire to produce products and experiences of the highest quality. This job description is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, qualifications and work conditions. There will be times when the duties of this position will be modified in order to provide the best possible experience for our guests.


Please submit cover letter, resume and names of three references via email or USPS to:

Careers
Buffalo Museum of Science
1020 Humboldt Parkway
Buffalo, NY 14211
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EOE


General Admission

$11 Adults
$9 Seniors 62+
$9 Students/Military with ID
$8 Children 2-17

FREE for Museum Members and children under 2

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