IMAS is looking for motivated and dedicated individuals who want to make a difference in their community. IMAS maintains a strong bond with its membership and many institutions in the community. Employees enjoy the opportunity to serve the Rio Grande Valley community members, families and visitors through a variation of programming, cultural events and exhibition of the arts and sciences.

The International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) located in the Rio Grande Valley inspires audiences of all ages to explore art and science through its permanent collections, exhibits, programs, and partnerships by empowering learners to discover their interests and pursue their passions.

Specify the position you are applying for in the subject line or cover letter when submitting your IMAS job application. Please send a cover letter as well as 3 references along with your resume. Applications can be picked up at the museum’s admission desk. Application materials should be sent to Mary Garza at mgarza@theimasonline.com. Please, no phone calls.

Thank you for your interest in the International Museum of Art & Science. IMAS is committed to hiring qualified individuals without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, or national origin. IMAS is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States.

Employment Opportunities

The Development Assistant will report to the Director of Development & Marketing. This position involves performing administrative tasks in a highly organized, confidential, and professional manner and serving as an initial point of contact for the Development and Marketing Department. It is necessary to be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously, to be attentive to detail, and to deal with each call in a warm, helpful manner. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, telephone work, assisting with processing and acknowledging contributions, departmental mailings, filing, and event support. The development assistant is also expected to assist all members in the department with current or top priority assignments and with museum events and programs, as needed. The keystone of this position is flexibility.

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The Exhibits Coordinator and Curatorial Assistant is responsible for the planning and implementation of all museum exhibits. This position administers exhibition contracts, fine arts insurance, object condition reporting functions, production of exhibition text and other interpretive materials, coordination with guest artists and curators, and scheduling and supervising all incoming and outbound shipping related to the Department. Manages the exhibition schedule calendar and assists with curatorial and collection management tasks.

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