The Mob Museum is proud is to offer a work environment that is founded on respect, inclusivity, kindness, and good humor. Our strong Core Values and dynamic work environment helped to make us one of Las Vegas Review Journal’s Top Workplaces in 2014. People are at the center of all that we do. We are always seeking diverse, talented, and enthusiastic individuals to join our team.
Volunteer Supervisor—Part time
The Volunteer Supervisor will assist in the day-to-day operations of the volunteer program. S/he will enhance the capacity of the program by providing administrative support, coordinating key volunteer program activities, and offering additional volunteer guidance and supervision. This position’s success will ultimately result in a growing base of volunteers with a passionate commitment to the Museum and its mission to advance the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society. The Volunteer Supervisor will report to the Volunteer Manager to ensure that volunteers have a positive and productive experience while working toward the Museum’s mission and purpose.
The Maintenance Assistant will work under the supervision of the Maintenance Superintendent, supporting activities related to the mechanical, electrical, and technical systems, and will assist with event set up and break down within the public and private areas of the facility and grounds.
Supervisor, Box Office & On-Site Sales
The Supervisor, Box Office & On-Site Sales is responsible for supervising daily box office operations, concession operations, photo booth operations, and volunteers and staff in operational areas. S/he will consistently practice service initiatives to enhance the Museum’s offerings and customer loyalty. Reporting to the Manager and Assistant Manager, Box Office & On-Site Sales, Supervisor is a key member of the Museum team, providing leadership in support of the mission, vision and values of the organization.
Guest Experience Manager
The Guest Experience Manager will develop, implement and manage initiatives to enhance the Guest experience. The Guest Experience Manager will report directly to the Director of Guest Experience, and supervise a team of Educators that conduct gallery presentations, guest one-on-one interactions, and object demonstrations, facilitate the organization of student field trips, summer camps, education outreach and guided tours. This individual will offer thoughtful direction to leadership that assists the Director of Guest Experience in establishing organizational training initiatives. This individual will consistently work to enhance the loyalty of our Museum Guests. The Guest Experience Manager is a key member of the Museum team, providing leadership in support of the Mission, Vision and Values of the organization. All duties are to be performed in accordance with department and Museum policies, practices and procedures.
Educator – Part time
Educators initiate one-on-one and small group interactions, including gallery tours, objects after dark, lead guided tours, participate in public programs, and deliver educational outreach activities at schools and other off-site locations.. Reporting to the Guest Experience Manager, these individuals will maintain a flexible schedule to deliver a diverse menu of content delivery to an array of groups and individuals in the Museum and in the community, with the primary goal of promoting the organization’s mission of advancing the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society.
Mob Museum Associate – Part time
The Mob Museum Associate is responsible for coordinating guest ticket purchases/will call operations, answering general questions and managing phone lines at the box office. S/he will be responsible for cash/credit handling, inputting ticket and membership sales into the Museum’s POS system, and parking lot operations. Reporting to the Box Office Manager, the Mob Museum Associate is a key member of the Mob Museum team, playing a pivotal role in the overall guest experience.
The Web Developer/Programmer will work with both existing website templates and build new templates to improve user experience, offer interactive and educational tools, and ensure ease-of-use across all platforms and devices. Working with several departments within the Museum, the Web Developer/Programmer will help teams to come up with creative and functional solutions to digital needs. The ability to build a new site and maintain existing sites is crucial. The candidate will also be responsible for monitoring back-end updates and troubleshooting any hosting issues that may arise.