This position is in Office of Strategic Partnerships at the National Museum of African American History & Culture. NMAAHC is the national museum for the study/exposition of African American history and culture. The employee works closely with staff to design, develop, and coordinate key programs & initiatives with local, national and/or international regionally focused partnerships. These programs/initiatives support the mission of the museum, office and foster network collaborations.Learn more about this agency
Conceives, researches, plans and directs partnerships/initiatives to meet the needs of both the Museum and the museum field and will support staff in developing multi-site programs that benefit African American and African diaspora serving institutions.
Serves as a team leader in the design and development of key collaborative initiatives.
Develops project and partnership plans that define intended outcomes and benefits, logistical and programmatic details, procedures and requirements.
Plans and implements logistical details and maintains active communication with partners.
Supports existing in-house partnerships with the Museum, Museum Associations, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, among others.
Evaluates the quality and design of program/partnership; and provides recommendations for improvement in future initiatives.
Occasional travel - Will make occasional site visits to interview or meet with individuals or groups. There may be occasional travel, primarily to cities within the U.S..
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