Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Assistant Collections Manager

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Assistant Collections Manager, Full-time position

Responsible for the storage, movement, image management, and tracking of the FAC Museum collection; ensures access to the collection for internal and external purposes; serves as a member of the Collections Team and works closely with the Assistant Registrar and Head of Collections to provide excellence in collections stewardship and management; coordinates regularly with museum curators, as well as other staff, in support of the museum’s ambitious exhibition program and collection display.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent additional related experience plus a minimum of two years of experience working in collections in a museum setting; working knowledge of collections management systems such as TMS or Past Perfect; advanced skills at imaging, data management, and digital systems; demonstrated knowledge of handling, installation and care of rare and fragile pieces of art and artifacts following museum standards; excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to communicate effectively and develop positive relationships with people from different cultural backgrounds; demonstrated computer literacy in word processing, database management, and imaging applications such as Adobe Creative Suite, as well as social media platforms; excellent organizational and time management skills, accuracy and attention to detail; the ability to travel, both domestically and internationally; the ability to work some evenings and weekends. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and driving record that is insurable by Colorado College’s motor vehicle insurance carrier. Physical requirements include ability to lift, carry, and push/pull delicate and awkward items weighing 25-50 lbs.; intermittent standing, walking, sitting, squatting, stretching, and bending throughout the workday; good vision.


Apply through Colorado College HR link: https://employment.coloradocollege.edu/postings/5537