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.
Senior Director of Advancement – FT
The Senior Director of Advancement is an experienced fundraising professional, responsible for external relationship building that elevates the public profile of the Museum, creates new opportunities for collaboration and support, increases stakeholder commitment, and grows resources through financial, in-kind, and volunteer contributions. Reporting to the President & CEO, this executive oversees the engagement of corporations, organizations, foundations, government agencies, and individuals whose funding interests and objectives align with the Museum’s mission and goals. The Senior Director of Institutional Advancement oversees contributed fund development in the form of donations, sponsorships, and grants. S/he will foster external relationships with a wide array of educational institutions, NGOs, and community groups that may partner with the Museum in the delivery of programs, exhibits, and other initiatives of mutual benefit. This position manages key affinity groups, such as Museum donors and Advisory Council members, and supports the President & CEO in the engagement of the Board of Directors and other key external constituents.
Director of People & Culture – FT
Reporting to the President & CEO, the Director of People & Culture provides leadership in creating, implementing, and refining strategies and processes that ensure excellence in the selection and retention of people, the understanding of individual and collaborative performance, and the management of our culture and work environment. This individual will oversee traditional human resources functions, including recruitment, staffing, on-boarding and training, and recognition and retention efforts. S/he will also lead the continued development of personnel policies and assessment tools, oversee the administration of benefits, wage and hour compliance, and implementation and refinement of compensation analysis tools and structures. The Director of People & Culture will play a key role in fostering inclusion and professional growth that will advance the mission, vision, and values of the organization.
Director of Public Programs – FT
The Director of Public Programs will develop and coordinate the implementation of a creative, dynamic schedule of public programming that educates the community, raises the organization’s profile, and increases attendance. Programs will range from regularly offered enhancements to the Museum experience to special weekend and evening programs to large-scale annual events. The Director of Public Programs will exhibit the skills needed to dynamically introduce speakers and moderate panel discussions. Reporting to the Senior Director of Content, the Director of Public Programs plays an integral role in promoting the organization’s mission of advancing the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society.
Training Officer – PT
The Use of Force Experience is an additional ticketed experience that engages guest(s) in an intensive training experience based on the training law enforcement officers receive. Training Officers in the Use of Force Experience serve as facilitators, guiding guest(s) through simulated and live-action scenarios in which they respond to real and perceived criminal threats. Additionally, Training Officers lead guests in a debrief that encourages reflection on what they learned from the experience. In providing instruction, guidance, and feedback throughout these scenarios, Training Officers advance the Museum’s mission by promoting participant(s) understanding of the real-life challenges law enforcement officers face when they encounter situations that may require the use of deadly force.
Training officers will also portray roles in law enforcement training scenarios, simulating real life experiences to enhance the educational value of the guest(s) experience. Training Officers should have or be able to perform basic and improvisational acting skills, as well as be able to portray a variety of characters and situations. Training Officers will be responsible for performing in live-action scenarios, responding in real-time to guest(s) reactions for an interactive and immersive experience. This position serves as part of the exhibit and experience, demonstrating to guest(s) the physical and psychological factors that can influence how officers react in a critical situation.
*Role Players will occasionally be shot at with electronic firearms.
Guest Services Agent – PT
Guest Service Agents are responsible for a wide variety of public-facing initiatives geared towards facilitating and enhancing the overall guest experience. These initiatives include: ticketing operations, parking lot operations, souvenir photo operations, concessions and café operations, and general guest experience operations including sharing information on Museum events and programs, Las Vegas Downtown events, restaurants, entertainment, etc. Guest Service Agents may be assigned to some or all of such initiatives.
Line Cook – PT
Staff members in the Line Cook position play a critical role in the Museum’s delivery of a world-class guest experience by preparing and presenting the Museum’s food offerings in accordance with menu and recipe standards. Line Cooks report to the Museum’s Food & Beverage Director.