Todd Anderson, 2021
Enriching The Spirit Of Utah
By working with local arts agencies, historical societies, volunteer organizations, libraries, and museums, as well as the state's many indigenous and minority groups, the professionals in our department improve the lives of individuals and communities throughout Utah.
The department provides a fast paced, collaborative, and energetic work environment that supports employees in balancing work and homelife. We actively encourage flexible work schedules and telecommuting options where it makes sense, as well as participation in exercise and mass transit programs.
OPEN CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Chase Home Museum Administrator
The Division of Arts and Museums is currently seeking a qualified individual to administer the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts on a full-time basis. The incumbent will oversee the daily operations of the museum, including opening and closing procedures and staff the reception desk. In addition to daily operations, this person will assist with exhibition planning and installation, conduct research as relevant to the history of the Chase Home as well as traditional arts and folklife within Utah, supplement existing educational materials, and manage the social media presence for the museum.
The Utah State Library Division is looking to fill the position of a Digitization Technician. Under the supervision of the Library Resources Program Manager, the employee will prepare internal files and documents for digitization, perform scanning of files and documents, organize images on a local drive, as well as perform other project tasks as deemed necessary. They will also work closely with various employees to determine the best way to organize that employee’s files and documents. This position is a time limited (temporary) position with the employee working part time, between 15 and 20 hours per week for up to 4 months.
The Utah Division of State History is seeking to hire an Editorial Assistant for Utah Historical Quarterly (UHQ) and related publications. The Editorial Assistant will work closely with the editor of UHQ in preparing manuscripts for publication. This is a part-time position. See the attached job description for more details. Please submit a resume or CV and cover letter directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted through February 3, 2023.
Interested in a job where you get to review archaeological work from around Utah while continuing to support and improve dozens of federal and state agencies’ compliance with cultural resources law? The State Historic Preservation Office located within the Utah Department of Cultural & Community Engagement is looking to hire a Compliance Archaeologist.
Library Technician II
The Utah State Library's Bookmobile Program is seeking a Library Technician II for the Utah County Bookmobile Headquarters. The Library Technician does not drive the Bookmobile or go out on the Bookmobile. This is a part time position working 28 hours per week.
AmeriCorps Utah Innovation Hub Network Member
The Department of Cultural & Community Engagement is seeking Innovation Hub Network AmeriCorps Members to work for the Utah STEM Action Center. These member positions will work with participants in makerspace Hubs across the state, with a priority of recruiting participants that are ordinarily underrepresented in STEM.
AmeriCorps Math Mentor
The Utah STEM Action Center is seeking AmeriCorps Math Mentors to build confidence and improve math skills in elementary and secondary students in targeted areas of Utah (primarily in Weber, Utah, and San Juan counties.