Jobs & Internships
The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) offers a range of career opportunities. While some departments and positions require highly specialized education and experience, others seek individuals with more broad-based or skills-related backgrounds.
An equal opportunity employer, the BMA offers a generous benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, prescription, 403b, flexible spending account, flexible and condensed scheduling, and excellent vacation.
We are a drug free workplace; employment is contingent upon passing a drug test and security clearance.
How to Apply
This page features openings as they become available. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to HR@artbma.org with the position title and your first and last names in the subject line.
If you do not have a resume please complete a job application and mail it to:The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Please be advised that due to the high volume of applicants, we are only able to contact those candidates whose skills and background best fit the needs of the open positions.
Part-time Image Services & Rights Assistant
Published September 22, 2016
BMA seeks an enthusiastic, detail oriented, customer-service professional to process requests from scholars, museums, and the public for images of the BMA’s collection. Through fulfilling these requests the incumbent plays a key role in increasing access to and recognition of the BMA’s collection. This part-time position reports to the Manager of Digital Asset Services within the Digital Experience and Communications Division.
Administration Assistant, Curatorial Affairs
Published September 29, 2016
The Baltimore Museum of Art is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant for the Curatorial Affairs Division. This position reports directly to the Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs. As such, this position requires significant collaboration and communication activity with other divisions, departments, and general staff. This role is responsible for office management, communication, project coordination, and relationship management for the Curatorial Division working closely with staff in the Curatorial Division departments.
Published April 8, 2015
A successful security officer must be able to maintain museum security protocols while interacting with staff and visitors. The candidate will be responsible for preparing galleries for visitors, light housekeeping, observing/interacting with visitors, and reacting to emergency situations.
Having expertise in monitoring CCTV, Fire, Security and HVAC systems, and radio communications equipment is a plus. On the job training will be provided.