Career Opportunities

Part-time Visitor Services Representative  

The Visitor Services Representative is the face of the Museum to the public. Responsibilities include welcoming the museum visitors, directing visitors to the various exhibitions, gallery spaces and special programs.  The Visitor Services Rep will collect admission charges; promote and sell memberships;  answer questions regarding the Museum’s collection, special events and facilities; sell tickets for special exhibitions or events; operate the ticketing software system (Siriusware) and enter daily attendance reports.  The Representative will also balance cash and credit card receipts at close of business.

These duties are all enhanced by an outgoing, welcoming demeanor.

The Representative must be proficient in MS Office; possess excellent verbal communication skills and strong customer service skills. Siriusware software experience preferred.  High School diploma a must/college preferred.  Week-end hours required. 

Please send resume and cover letter to


Media Designer
The Museum is seeking a part time Media Designer to format, design, and produce content for digital platforms including, but not limited to, emails, and social media. This part time position requires at least 20 hours a week, not to exceed 28 hours per week.

The employee will report to the Design Director, and work closely with the Communications Department and other museum staff.

Job Responsibilities

  • Apply existing brand standards to digital media
  • Create web pages and e-blasts that communicate effectively and extend the Norton’s brand.
  • Become thoroughly knowledgeable of backend engines currently in use for and bulk email sending
  • Create images for website, email, social media, and other digital marketing efforts
  • Research and report on existing website features and functionality – and where the Museum can look to expand and improve
  • Import, keyword, and otherwise manage the Museum’s archive of event images and studio shoots
  • Edit video into content for online distribution
  • Format digital presentations for other staff
  • Assist with printed design projects when asked
  • Follow procedures for publishing content for the Museum



  • While much of the website content management and eblasts use a WYSIWYG platform, working knowledge of the latest versions of HTML, CSS, and other coding languages is a requirement.
  • Excellent typographic skills and clean graphic design
  • Ability to work collaboratively
  • Experience applying brand standards to content
  • Excellent photo retouching skills
  • Thorough knowledge and experience editing video with quick turnaround timelines
  • Experience managing image workflow and data basing a plus
  • Digital photography and videography skills a plus
  • Impeccable organizational skills
  • Ability to work efficiently under deadline pressure, in a fast-paced work environment
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field
  • Experience in Web Development, Graphic Design, Computer Science, and/or Digital Marketing


Required Software Proficiency

  • Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
  • Adobe Dreamweaver, or similar coding software
  • Adobe Premiere, or similar video editing software
  • Microsoft Office

Please send your cover letter, resume and three references to

The Norton Museum of Art is an equal opportunity employer.