The Center for Netherlandish Art (CNA) at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has an opening for a Program Manager. Launching in 2020 in conjunction with the museum’s 150th anniversary, the CNA will be an innovative center for scholarship on Dutch and Flemish art of the early modern period.
See the job posting below or consult this page at the MFA-website for more information.
Under the direction of the Van Otterloo-Weatherbie Director, Center for Netherlandish Art, the Program Manager will support overall program development, fundraising activities, and administration of the Center for Netherlandish Art (CNA) at the MFA. The Program Manager will support the Director by working with internal staff across several departments to develop and implement educational programs and special events; coordinate communication materials to promote the CNA; support efforts to forge and maintain partnerships with outside organizations and institutions; coordinate the activities and meetings of the CNA’s Advisory Group, and provide support for fundraising activities and donor relations. The Program Manager will also have responsibility for administrative functions such as correspondence, meeting preparation, budget tracking, and other tasks that may arise in connection with the Center’s activities.
The successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment with varied projects and responsibilities, requiring active collaboration with internal staff and clear, professional communication with donors and other external stakeholders.