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Compensation & benefits of science museum directors

Compensation & benefits of science museum directors

2001

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Published by Association of Science Museum Directors in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Museums -- Management.,
  • Science museums -- Management.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Other titlesCompensation and benefits of science museum directors
    Statementcommissioned by: Association of Science Museum Directors ; directed by: Steven Langer.
    ContributionsLanger, Steven., Association of Science Museum Directors.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAM121 .C66 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 83 p. :
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21594284M

    The average salary for a Library Director is $63, Visit PayScale to research library director salaries by city, experience, skill, employer and more. Museum Curator Education Requirements. Museum curators are highly educated professionals, and most earn a master’s degree in history, history of art, museum studies, anthropology, or curators will hold a doctor of philosophy degree. They are also expected to contribute to their academic field by publishing articles, presenting at conferences, or speaking.

    Teacher Salary and Benefits. Qualified teachers who are certified will find a variety of salaries, benefits, and opportunities available to them. Teacher salaries and benefits vary by location and school, but in general, many of the benefits are comparable. Teacher Salary. These salaries are averages.   The median annual wage for archivists, curators, and museum workers was $48, in May Overall employment of archivists, curators, museum technicians, and conservators is projected to grow 9 percent from to , faster than the average for all occupations. The need to store information in archives and the public’s interest in On-the-job training: None.

      Glassdoor gives you an inside look at what it's like to work at Science Museum Group, including salaries, reviews, office photos, and more. This is the Science Museum Group company profile. All content is posted anonymously by employees working at Science Museum Group.5/5. In all cases, museum representatives were asked to report on compensation levels as of December 1, Although the United States experienced modest in%ation in (% from December through July ),4 users of this study should feel comfortable relying on the results as a starting point for analyzing museum salaries in File Size: 1MB.


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I worked at Museum of Science full-time for more than 5 years Pros Many great people to work with, fascinating, cutting edge work, some long-term and higher-level staff are supportive and nurturing, work-life balance is supported, although it's not easy to support your life with the low salary you receive.4/5(77).

The majority of directors, managers, and coordinators at the Museum of Science seem to hold the hierarchical structuring of museum staff in high regard. Gossip regarding how much others are paid, what promotions they are seeking, or who they don’t get along with travel quickly across the museum.4/5(76).

An experienced Museum Director with years of experience earns an average total compensation of $63, based on 35 salaries. In their late career (20. Since I was a volunteer in Museum of Science too, I know most of the information and the transition is easier for me.

I stood most of the time in the Lobby with either too busy that makes you choke or a slow day that feels good because of being paid. However, this job has no benefits and I did it through a temporary agency/5(45).

Museum directors, also known as curators, oversee the procurement and storage of a museum's collection of art, artifacts and archives. Curators direct museum exhibitions and are often involved in. Louis museum bosses benefit from skyrocketing pay David Hunn [email protected] and Stephen Deere [email protected]   Whether your visit is a family outing or a part of a school experience, the hands-on exhibits are the keystone of the museum.

Field Trips. The learning opportunities at science museums include field trips and school programs. Often, entrance fees are significantly reduced if visiting the museum in a large group. At New York’s Museum of Modern Art, for example, director Glenn Lowry is required to live in an apartment at the museum, a benefit that was part of his $ million in compensation the year.

Reviews from The Museum of Science and Industry employees about The Museum of Science and Industry culture, salaries, benefits, work-life balance, management, job security, and more/5(7). The average museum director salary in United States is $57, or an equivalent hourly rate of $ In addition, they earn an average bonus of $1, Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in United States.

Alison Brown - President and CEO. Alison Rempel Brown joined the Science Museum of Minnesota as its 16 th president and CEO in Maybringing with her a firm investment in the museum’s mission of science education and equity and a commitment to build strategic partnerships to expand its impact.

She envisions the museum as an organization that shows all the people it touches through its. History. The term "National Museum of Science and Industry" had been in use as the Science Museum's subtitle since the early s. The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum is the corporate body of SMG and was established under the National Heritage Act () for the purpose of general management of the group.

Prior to 1 April the group was known as the National Museum of. A review of the latest Forms of more than two dozen of America's biggest museums identified the most highly compensated executives in the field. Among these museums, annual compensation ranged from $, to $1, and the average was $, Seven directors earn more than one million dollars per year, as follows: $1, for Glenn.

She has worked as a curator of prints and drawings at the St. Louis Art Museum and the Milwaukee Art Museum and was Director of Galleries and Exhibitions at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design from She won a Minnesota Book Award in for the M’s exhibition catalogue Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison.

Glassdoor is your resource for information about Museum of Science benefits and perks. Learn about Museum of Science, including insurance benefits, retirement benefits, and vacation policy. Benefits information above is provided anonymously by current and former Museum of Science employees, and may include a summary provided by the employer.4/5(15).

Collective Vision: Starting and Sustaining a Children’s Museum. A comprehensive guide for new and existing institutions, this resource guide is a page compilation that addresses children’s museum philosophy, audience and mission, governance, educational theory, exhibits, programs, planning, fundraising, marketing and much more.

The Art of Setting Pay “It is more of an art than a science,” Taylor says. Compensation is by far the largest cost item for most companies, so it demands careful consideration Author: Joanne Sammer.

For Love or Money dissects the cold, startling statistics about the shocking worldwide inequality of pay in the profession - and details the inspiring initiatives now being taken to resolve the problem once and for all. With a Foreword by the Executive Director of the Getty Leadership Institute, this authoritative book brings a highly critical focus to bear on both the causes and the resulting.

Members of the Board of Trustees receive compensation in accordance with Education Code and Board Policy Compensation and are entitled to health benefits in accordance with Board Policy Board Member Health Benefits.

Trustees currently receive $ per month. But I guess some of that’s more math than science. Anyhoo, it’s not all science, or math either for that matter, there is a bit of art involved in managing compensation as well. The balance between art and science kind of depends on the person managing the process, especially when it.

The Association of Science Museum Directors is a proud supporter of national Museums Advocacy Day, spearheaded by the American Alliance of Museums, in Washington D.C.

ASMD again served as a co-convener for the event on February ASMD Executive Director Bonnie Styles joined other association leaders to speak about effective advocacy.Membership benefits & discounts vary according to membership level.

Benefits enjoyed by ALL members both in the Museum District and in Sugar Land: Free admission to the permanent exhibitions at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Hermann Park and at the Sugar Land location. A total compensation statement shows the cash value of each element, which can be presented to employees to show them the total value of their compensation package.

In today’s talent market, where employee turnover is on the rise, employees often cite pay as one of .