National Law Enforcement Museum Executive Director

Position Summary:

The National Law Enforcement Museum Executive Director is accountable for the general operations of a $6M operating budget of our 57,000 square foot museum in Washington, DC. Responsibilities include financial oversight, visitor experience, programming, human resource management, and stewardship and exhibition of the museum’s collection. The Museum Executive Director reports directly to the CEO of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

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For more information or to apply for this position, contact Margaret Mullins, at  mmullins@nleomf.org.

Curator

Position Summary:

The Curator provides support for various areas of the Programs Department. This position serves as leader for temporary and changing exhibition development and responds to public inquiries on the Museum’s collections & exhibits. The position performs other administrative duties as necessary. The Curator works closely with Museum, Memorial Fund staff, and law enforcement professionals on a daily basis.

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For more information or to apply for this position, contact Margaret Mullins mmullins@nleomf.org.

Internships

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and the National Law Enforcement Museum operate regular internship programs that provide students with work opportunities in various aspects of non-profit organization and operations, as well as museum programs.

For information on internship opportunities, contact Margaret Mullins mmullins@nleomf.org.


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