Full-Time Positions

Assistant Chief Engineer

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking an Assistant Chief Engineer. Reporting to the Chief Engineer, the Assistant Chief Engineer is a member of a team responsible for ensuring that all building facilities and systems (e.g., heating and air conditioning, lighting, electricity, plumbing, and general building maintenance) required for the operation of the museum buildings are in good working order and running properly to maintain museum conditions. This is achieved through constant monitoring and inspection of all building systems (building engineers are on watch around the clock). The Assistant Chief Engineer will also perform an important quality assurance function.
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Assistant Curator/Curatorial Assistant, Asian Art

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking an Assistant Curator/Curatorial Assistant, Asian Art. As a member of the Curatorial Department, the Assistant Curator/Curatorial Assistant, Asian Art is responsible for curatorial research and implementation support for Guggenheim-organized Asian art exhibitions and scholarly publications, including the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation projects; for liaison work with Asian institutions; and for translation and interpretation as necessary.
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Assistant Production Manager

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking an Assistant Production Manager, who will be responsible for assisting with print production for all exhibition catalogues, the Guggenheim guide, retail products, and digital image production for both multimedia guides and the online collection. The ideal candidate for this position will have strong communication and organizational skills, work well in a team environment and must have a keen eye for detail in order to produce fine art publications and related digital media content. This position works under the supervision of the Associate Director, Production.
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Associate Director, Benefits Programs

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is seeking an Associate Director, Benefits Programs. Located in SoHo, New York, this full-time position is responsible for managing all aspects of the Guggenheim’s employee benefits programs, including the annual open enrollment process for each benefit plan available to our 300+ employee community. The Associate Director will serve as an important resource for employees with benefit questions, and he/she will also assume the role of primary Guggenheim contact for benefit plan consultants and benefit providers. In addition to organizing education sessions related to benefit programs, the Associate Director will be involved in researching and arranging other learning opportunities for Guggenheim staff.
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Associate Editor

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking an Associate Editor. As a member of the Publishing and Digital Media Department, the primary responsibility of the Associate Editor is to be the project editor for a minimum of 2-3 exhibitions per year, including catalogues and all related exhibition texts, digital media content and assisting with the editing of at least 2 additional exhibitions per year. The Associate Editor is also responsible for any miscellaneous text editing for the department as determined by the Managing Editor.
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Associate Registrar for Outgoing Loans

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is seeking an Associate Registrar for Outgoing Loans. Reporting to the Director of Registration, the Associate Registrar for Outgoing Loans Works with other staff as appropriate to facilitate the preparation, administration, and return of outgoing loans from the Museum’s Collection.
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Associate Registrar, Exhibitions

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking an Associate Registrar, Exhibitions. As a member of the Registrar Department, the Associate Registrar, Exhibitions is responsible for organizing and managing all phases of the assembly and dispersal of major international exhibitions for the museum, its global affiliates, and outside venues.
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Development Operations Associate

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking a Development Operations Associate. The Development Operations Associate is responsible for the museum’s comprehensive stewardship and donor relations programs, including donor/prospect acknowledgement, recognition, and cultivation events management. The Associate will work collaboratively with members of the development team to achieve annual fundraising goals. 
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Director of Individual Giving, Membership and Annual Fund

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking a Director of Individual Giving, Membership and Annual Fund. The Director will report to the Deputy Director, Advancement and is responsible for the overall strategy and management of the Membership and Annual Fund programs for the Guggenheim Museum. The primary focus of this position is raising money and creating a strong environment to promote membership retention and growth.
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Director of Media and Public Relations

The Director of Media and Public Relations plans and implements strategic media relations, communications, and other outreach efforts for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF), the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM), and global cultural initiatives originated by SRGF. Working with the Deputy Director and Chief of Global Communications, the Director leads the media and public relations strategy for SRGM and contributes to the overall strategy for SRGF. The position also provides counsel and advice across the organization. High-priority internal clients include the Director’s Office, Curatorial, Development, Education Legal and Visitor Services. The primary goal of the position is to raise overall visibility of SRGM and SRGF to enhance reputation, audience development, donor support, and membership. The position works in collaboration with the communications staff at the Guggenheim Bilbao and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. In the future, this position also will work with staff at the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.
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Director, Library and Archives

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking a Director, Library and Archives. The Director, Library and Archives will report to the Deputy Director, Chief Curator and is responsible for the administration, operation and maintenance of the library, archives, and records management. 
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Editorial Assistant

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking an Editorial Assistant. As a member of the Publications Department, the Editorial Assistant is responsible for editing and proofreading exhibition-related materials for the Guggenheim Museum New York and affiliates, as well as performing general publishing tasks for the department such as coordination with distributors, upkeep of publications front and back lists, and general administrative duties. This is an entry-level position.
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Image Archive Coordinator

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is seeking an Image Archive Coordinator. As part of the Photographic Services team, the Image Archive Coordinator facilitates the preservation, organization and archiving of all Guggenheim images.
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IT Security and Compliance Administrator

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking an IT Security and Compliance Administrator. This position, reporting to the Chief Information Officer, is responsible for overall Information Technology Security at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, encompassing all infrastructure and software applications, with a particular emphasis on Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance.
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Manager, Media Arts

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is seeking a Manager, Media Arts to specialize in the installation of artworks that employ video, audio, film, computers, and any other type of electronic media. Primary responsibilities include oversight of successful installation and proper maintenance of all multi-media artworks, maintenance of equipment inventory, preparation of diagrams for installation in NY and other venues, and identification and purchase of appropriate equipment for artworks. The Manager, Media Arts will be responsible for hiring and supervising crews and specialists working on exhibition installations, creating budgets, and travel to other venues as necessary.
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Managing Editor

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking a Managing Editor. As a member of the Publishing and Digital Media Department, The Managing Editor will oversee the editing, translation, and proofreading related to Guggenheim publications, including but not limited to Guggenheim-affiliate museums as assigned, as well as ephemera and digital media. Oversee staff of five, in addition to freelance editors, translators, and authors as needed. Manage workflow; ensure quality and timely execution of deliverables. Maintain and uphold the editorial style guide(s).
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Registrar Assistant for Outgoing Loans

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is seeking a Registrar Assistant for Outgoing Loans. Reporting to the Director of Registration, the Registrar Assistant for Outgoing Loans is responsible for assisting with the review process and the administration of Outgoing Loans.
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Senior Manager, Adult and Access Programs

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking a senior level museum educator with the vision and experience to oversee a professional corps of gallery educators in the creation of dynamic, participatory learning experiences with modern and contemporary art. In addition to program management, the successful candidate will have extensive experience working with the adult museum public, providing ongoing training and professional development for gallery teaching staff and a background in fostering universal access for arts and cultural organizations.
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Senior Publicist

The Senior Publicist works with the Director of Media and Public Relations in planning and implementing promotional campaigns for all exhibitions, public and education programs, and institutional initiatives of the Guggenheim. Interfacing with senior and curatorial staff, the Senior Publicist will contribute towards broader institutional goals of visibility, audience development, and donor recognition and cultivation. Working on specific projects and campaigns from start to finish, the Senior Publicist will be responsible for creating results-oriented publicity campaigns on and off-line, and with both print and broadcast media. Working closely with the social media team is an important aspect of this position.
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Senior Sales Associate

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is seeking a Senior Sales Associate. Reporting to the Retail Store Manager and Associate Store Manager, this position will assist with operation of the retail store.
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