Curatorial Cataloguer
The Historic New Orleans Collection is currently accepting résumés for the position of Curatorial Cataloguer.

The Curatorial Cataloguer creates descriptive records for accessioned works of art (including but not limited to paintings, sculpture, prints, and drawings), photographs and other visual media, furniture, silver, jewelry, textiles, and material culture artifacts in THNOC’s MINISIS-based catalogue. This position also assists in the care of diverse cultural objects.

The ideal candidate must have an ALA-accredited MLS or MLIS degree, or an MA or MFA in art history or museum studies or a related degree, and at least two years of professional experience in the arrangement, description, and housing of pictorial or object collections in a museum or research setting. The successful candidate must also have demonstrated knowledge of object handling, cataloging, and housing best practices, experience using collection management databases, exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, and proven research and organization skills with an ability to be detail oriented. Prefer capability with French or Spanish languages.

This is a full-time position working Tuesdays through Saturdays. THNOC offers a competitive salary, exceptional benefits, and a dynamic, educational culture. 

For consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter to by Monday, September 18, 2017.


Visitor Services Supervisor

The Visitor Services Supervisor assists in the operational and logistical details of the Visitor Services Department. This position supervises the Visitor Services Assistants and coordinates the staff’s schedules. Additionally, the Visitor Services Supervisor oversees all aspects related to THNOC tours.  This position also assists the Head of Visitor Services, collaborates with other museum programs and projects, provides backup to Visitor Services Assistants throughout the properties, and manages the Visitor Services Department on the weekends.   

The ideal candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in history, art history, American studies, or a related field and a minimum of two years of related experience and direct experience as a supervisor. Qualified candidates must demonstrate exceptional customer service skills, proven research and presentation skills, and an ability to be part of a team and responsive to a dynamic work environment. Additionally, the successful candidate must have exceptional administrative, logistical and analytical skills and a proficiency in Microsoft Office. 

This is a full-time position, Wednesday–Sunday.  The Historic New Orleans Collection offers a competitive salary, exceptional benefits, and a dynamic, educational culture.

For consideration, please submit a resume or application to by September 29, 2017.