The Los Altos History Museum is actively seeking to add an experienced museum professional to its staff to oversee, with the help of an active corp of volunteers, our changing exhibition program.

Exhibits change 4 times a year in the main gallery and 3 times a year in the J. Gilbert Smith House.

This position will be a key member of a small staff serving an educated, active and engaged community.

The Exhibition Curator reports to the Executive Director and also works closely with dedicated volunteers.

As the staff person responsible for the Museum’s Exhibition Program, this position is critical to the successful public interface of the Museum.

This is a full-time, permanent position for someone experienced in museums and/or mounting exhibits.

Familiarity with design software is preferred. Strong management of logistics and schedules is required.

Proven track record of working with volunteers is preferred.

See https://www.losaltoshistory.org/about/team/career-opportunities/ for full details.

About Los Altos History Museum

The Los Altos History Museum, located south of San Francisco on the Peninsula, operates a museum complex including two main buildings, one a historic 1905 house, the other a modern 3-story museum. We feature three-to-four changing history exhibits a year in each building, and have several permanent history exhibits on display. The museum is blessed with a strong and active volunteer network, and programs many lectures, events and special events throughout the year. The annual operating budget of over $400,000 is funded by individual donations, special events, grants, bequests, membership, an active rental events program and gift store.