Join Our Creative Team

Join a talented team of employees who daily draw inspiration from the Frick’s world-class art exhibitions, rich, local history and beautiful grounds and gardens. If you’d like to find your passion and are ready to take that next step, apply for one of the opportunities listed below.   

Available Openings

Responsible for the day‐to‐day maintenance and upkeep for all of the buildings and systems at the Frick Art & Historical Center. Additionally, has small engine repair experience. 

Hours:  Every other weekend and some evenings required 
Reports to: Facilities Manager  
Position Type: Hourly 

Along with the Facilities Manager, works through a comprehensive project list  
Liaises between outside contractors as needed 
Receives and responds to employee requests for routine building maintenance which may include: HVAC issues, minor electrical, plumbing and carpentry repairs
Assists with snow removal as needed 
Addresses small engine repairs as requested 
Other duties as requested by management 

Experience in small engine repair, plumbing and carpentry 
Clearance of a criminal background check
Valid PA driver’s license
Self‐motivated and able to work independently and adjust to scheduling changes
Physical ability to access all parts of the site and buildings
Strong organizational, scheduling and prioritizing skills
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to deal effectively with both visitors and staff

To increase leadership giving by corporations, foundations and public sources through research, personal cultivation and solicitation. 

Reports to: Director of Advancement and Engagement
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 5:00 (occasional weekend and evening work)
Position Type: Full time, non-exempt with benefits

Serve as a senior member of the fundraising staff 
Develop and implement goals, objectives and strategies for the purpose of increasing leadership giving by corporations, foundations and public funding sources to meet fundraising goals 
Personally cultivate and acquire corporate donors for all Frick giving programs, including: 
  • Corporate membership  
  • EITC participation 
  • Sponsorships for programs and events – exhibitions, concerts, lecture series, etc. 
Create and develop all materials, as needed, for cultivation, solicitation and recognition of corporate donors  
Manage corporate membership and renewal programs, including fulfillment of benefits and recognition  
Manage EITC program, including annual state reporting and renewal process 
Research and personally cultivate and solicit small foundations
Research state and federal public funding opportunities 
Prepare correspondence, letters of inquiry, proposals and grant reports for corporate, foundation and government grants as needed 
Set meetings for senior staff and trustees with major corporate and foundation prospects 
Strategize, plan and implement events for the purpose of cultivating and recognizing donors  
Use Raiser’s Edge to track prospect activity – meetings, funding interests, relationships, etc. 
Track and prepare reports relative to proposal and report deadlines 
Create and maintain annual program budget 
Accurately prepare and present a variety of reports to show progress in reaching fundraising goals 
Contribute to the overall team effort within the Advancement & Engagement Department and share in the decision‐making process 
Handle other duties as requested by management 

Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of relevant professional fundraising experience with demonstrated results 
Ability to think and work creatively and strategically 
Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to deal effectively with both donors and staff 
Excellent organizational and planning skills with attention to accuracy and detail 
Demonstrated strong writing, editing and proofreading skills 
Financial analysis/budgeting experience 
Proficiency in Excel and other databases, i.e. Raiser’s Edge preferred 
Ability to handle a variety of responsibilities under pressure 
Clearance of a criminal background check 
The Museum Experience Associate (MEA) provides visitors to the Frick with a superior experience by providing excellent customer service. MEA staff covers both site scheduling and admission desk duties, including the accurate processing of reservations for Clayton tours, The Café, and education programs as well as greet and appropriately engage visitors for the purpose of sharing site information.

Reports to: Visitor Service and Enterprise Manager
Hours: 2 -3 days per week, Sunday through Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekend and evening hours required
Position Type: Hourly

Cheerfully answer main phone line, provide site‐specific information and direct calls to appropriate departments or staff members 
Schedule all tours, Café and Frick program reservations   
Actively promote and sell memberships and participate in achieving membership selling goals and promote current and upcoming site‐wide events and programs 
Direct patrons to key parts of the site such as exhibitions, restrooms, The Frick Art Museum and other facilities, while presenting with a polite, welcoming, and service‐oriented approach 
Introduce visitors to and assist visitors with Learning Room technologies and resources; troubleshoot problems as necessary   
Open and close admissions registers, reconcile and create deposits, and produce reports as necessary 
Handle cash, credit card, and special transactions quickly and efficiently 
Maintain overall Orientation Center appearance through re‐stocking of brochure holders, neatness of admissions desks, general organization and light cleaning 
Troubleshoot hardware and reservation software and respond to non‐routine situations when necessary 
Handles other duties as requested by management

Possess excellent interpersonal and customer service skills with the ability to deal effectively with visitors and staff – pleasant phone manner a must 
Windows computer skills and cash handling experience required; high comfort level with using office equipment and learning new technological challenges 
Self‐motivated, adaptable, and accepting of challenges 
Exceptional organizational skills with attention to detail 
Ability to handle a variety of responsibilities under pressure 
Clearance of a criminal background check
Provide visitor‐friendly security presence for The Frick Art Museum (FAM) the Car & Carriage Museum (CCM) and Clayton. Monitors the proprietary security software and hardware, and directly interacts with visitors to maintain the most welcoming environment for visitors and staff, while maintaining a secure environment for the collection objects. 

Reports to: Security Manager
Hours: Days and shifts vary
Position Type: Hourly, non-exempt

Maintains a friendly and engaging high profile for visitors, and provides security for collection objects, staff and visitors   
Monitors site‐wide HVAC system, and troubleshoots basic problems with the proprietary software   
Assists in monitoring temperature and humidity levels throughout FAM and CCM which may include – responding to alarms, tracking history, etc.   
Works in Clayton, FAM and the CCM to ensure that visitors, staff and the collections are properly attended to   
Monitors temperature and humidity levels throughout the site which includes monitoring basic operations of the HVAC equipment 
Handles other duties as requested

Enthusiastic attitude with experience in customer service   
Possess the ability to engage the public in a friendly professional manner   
High degree of reliability and trustworthiness   
Computer experience with Windows required, experience with Windows based security systems preferred 
Clearance Act 33/34 clearance and a criminal background check   
Flexibility in scheduling to cover other shifts as needed and the ability to respond quickly to scheduling changes   
Physical ability to access all areas of Clayton, FAM, and CCM 

Frick Employees Enjoy

  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Open and collaborative environment 
  • Discounts in both The Museum Store and The Café at the Frick
  • Free on-site parking
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Free museum privileges and guest passes to share with family and friends 
  • Regularly scheduled employee appreciation events
  • Port Authority transit program and much more

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to:

MAIL: Human Resources
The Frick Pittsburgh 
7227 Reynolds Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
No phone calls please

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The Frick Pittsburgh embraces diversity as a proposition that is central to the organization’s mission. In building and serving diverse audiences, the Frick affirms and supports diversity of persons and ideas both within the organization and the communities it serves.