Heat Advisory
Due to the extreme heat, temperatures inside Clayton are currently very warm and the temperature fluctuates in each room. Please plan accordingly when considering your visit.
Parking Lot Closure
Our parking lot will be closed from Thursday, June 20 through Sunday, June 23 due to an event. Free parking is available along Reynolds St. and Homewood Ave.
Site Closed Early
The Frick will close at 4:30 p.m. for a private event on Saturday, June 22. The Café at the Frick will close at 1:00 p.m.

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.   
 

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume by applying directly through JazzHR.

Apply Today

Need technical or accessibility assistance with the application process? 
Applicants with a disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process may contact our human resources team for assistance at HR@TheFrickPittsburgh.org

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.

Available Openings

Summary:  The primary responsibility of the event support staff is to provide support for any internal and/or external, non-school related program or activity.  This includes rental events, and in-house events, meetings and programs.
 
Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.

Reports to: Events Manager
Hours: No set schedule.  Evening, weekend and holiday work required. Ability to work in both indoor and outdoor 
environments to include a variety of weather and temperature conditions. Work hours vary, and may be during the day, 
evening or nighttime hours.  This is a part time position where the schedule will be based on venue rentals and event support needs.
Status: Part-time, hourly position
Hourly Rate: $15.00 per hour
Responsibilities:
  • Closely monitors the site calendar to be familiar with upcoming events and their needs
  • Coordinates with outside vendors, as directed by the Events Manger, to assist with equipment and vendor load-in assistance
  • Before, during and after an event, works closely with the events management team to determine what assistance is needed. 
  • Monitors event execution, addresses areas of improvement, and facilitates event shutdown.
  • Provides outstanding service to guests through the entire event process.
  • Meets with potential clients and assists staff with facility tours. 
  • Documents event details and provides input on the improvement and advancement of the Events team.
  • Tracks correct documentation and payment collections from clients and vendors. 
Qualifications:
  • Efficient in Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Friendly, helpful disposition, and a desire to provide stellar customer service to staff and visitors.
  • Clearance of a criminal background check
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License
  • Creative thinker with the ability to think-on-your-feet
  • The ability to work a flexible schedule – nights & weekends
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to walk for periods of time.

The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equality and urges all qualified diverse applicants to apply.

Summary:  The Frick Pittsburgh is seeking an Artist Educator in Residence throughout the run of the Treasured Ornament exhibition in The Frick Art Museum. This residency will strengthen The Frick’s programming and engagement, especially with young visitors, while providing a platform and funds for an emerging or established artist. The Artist Educator will develop art projects and facilitate conversations about Treasured Ornament that authentically and creatively engage students with art from the perspective of an artist whose practice is in dialogue with the exhibition. 

This residency will include outreach visits to local schools, facilitated discussions at The Frick, developing and leading art projects, and training existing Frick staff on content and engagement strategies related to the exhibition. This residency will ultimately support a local artist while furthering the Frick’s mission to share authentic experiences with art, history, and nature.

Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.
Goals:
  • Engage visitors of all ages with the Treasured Ornament exhibition in The Frick Art Museum
  • Develop at least (2) art projects for students to be used during field trips and outreaches, related to Treasured Ornament 
  • Share knowledge and perspective on artmaking processes and/or historical context related to Treasured Ornament with Frick staff, visitors, and during outreaches to local schools and community centers
  • Identify compelling themes and stories within Treasured Ornament and facilitate at least (1) training with the Frick’s Education Department staff sharing these insights, about 1 month into the residency 
  • Facilitate at least (3) outreach visits to local schools or community centers throughout the residency
  • Meet with at least (2) field trip groups to discuss Treasured Ornament and lived experience as an artist
  • Lead (1) adult art workshop 
  • Facilitate at least (1) collaborative drop-in artmaking experience 
  • Collaborate with the Frick’s curatorial and education department on a public facing experience
Logistics:
  • This temporary residency will begin August 17 and end October 20
  • One individual will be selected
  • Art supplies will be provided and managed by Frick staff in collaboration with the Artist Educator in Residence 
  • Field trip and training dates will be selected collaboratively with Frick staff, community partners, and the Artist Educator in Residence
Benefits: 
  • $6,000 honorarium, paid in increments via monthly progress payments
  • Access to The Frick’s galleries, training materials, and classrooms
  • Budget for new supplies 
  • A dedicated page on the Frick’s website along with at least (2) social media posts about the Artist Educator in Residence
  • Ability to sell work or wares in the Frick’s Visitor Center
Eligibility:
  • Expertise related to Treasured Ornament; either through artistic practice, lived experience, or academic research
  • Must pass Act 33/34 clearance and criminal background checks and FBI clearances
  • Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion
  • Pittsburgh-area resident
  • Demonstrated ability to engage visitors of all ages and abilities with exhibition content
  • Has an established artistic practice 
  • Formal or informal experience as an educator 
  • Able to transport self to and from The Frick and Pittsburgh-area schools 
  • 18 or older
How to apply:
  • Letter of application (1 page or less)
  • Resume (2 pages or less)
  • Short biography (250 words or less)
  • Portfolio of artwork (15 works or less); to be brought to the interview 

The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equality and urges all qualified diverse applicants to apply.

Summary:  The Collections Technician assists the curatorial team in the handling, mounting, care, and storage of both permanent collection and loaned works of art. Tasks include the safe movement, installation, deinstallation, packing and unpacking, storage, and display of artwork and art shipments according to museum standards. 

Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.

Reports to: Chief Curator & Director of Collections
Hours: Monday–Friday, 9:00-5:00 flex, approx. 20 hours/week
Status: Part-time, hourly non-exempt
Hourly Rate: $30.00/hr.
Responsibilities:
 
  • Handling artwork and preparing artwork for exhibition, including hanging framed artwork, lifting, and securing three-dimensional artworks onto pedestals or platforms; moves, hangs, and positions exhibition casework and works of art of varying sizes, media, and fragility
  • Mounts, attaches hanging hardware and installs exhibition signage and labels in the museum; assists with fabricating or finishing items needed for installation, including plinths, cleats, hanging brackets, risers, or cable hangers 
  • Movement of art, paintings, sculpture, and decorative art in galleries, storage, and preparation areas as directed for exhibition, acquisition, loan or conservation; records location changes in collections database
  • Assist with historic housekeeping in Clayton
  • Ensures safe storage of artifacts, rehousing objects as necessary, updating records in the database; assists with collections inventory and database administration 
  • Assists in acquisitions processes for occasional gifts and purchases; generates condition reports, incoming/outgoing receipts, entering information into the database, assigning accession numbers, and physically numbering or tagging artworks 
  • Under supervision of curators and the exhibitions manager, responsible for loading/unloading art shipments and crates 
  • Photograph objects for documentation
  • Works professionally and cooperatively with all installation personnel and other employees, contractors, artists, and couriers. Follows all art-handling protocols and procedures as instructed by the Chief Curator and Collections Manager
Qualifications
  • Committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equity
  • High School Diploma or equivalent necessary; bachelor’s degree in fine art or related field preferred
  • One or more years’ experience in exhibit installation and preparations 
  • Must be familiar with museum standards for conservation, preservation, and object handling 
  • Ability to be flexible, communicative, and work collaboratively in a team environment
  • Ability to identify problems and resolve them quickly
  • Strong attention to detail, discretion, and follow-through
  • Ability to work in high pressure situations 
  • Basic woodworking skills and knowledge of hand and power tools preferred

Physical Activities and Requirements
  • Ability to lift, push, and/or move up to 50 pounds
  • Must have good dexterity, hand eye coordination, and the ability to climb and to work on ladders or scaffolding for extended periods of time; to reach work with hands above shoulder level; to stand or walk for eight-hour day
  The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equality and urges all qualified diverse applicants to apply.
Summary:  Through excellent customer service, provide visitors to The Café at the Frick with an excellent dining experience.  Become familiar with and perform all aspects of the front side of the Café; this includes: cashier, host, server, busser, sales, stocking, opening/closing, and cleaning.  Some additional back of house duties also required.  The Café Service Staff will foster positive internal and external relationships, bring energy, enthusiasm to the café and work in a collaborative environment in order to maintain and grow the reputation of the Café. The Café Service Staff will be joining the Frick during an exciting period of renewal and change, as the museum seeks to become an actively anti-racist organization that can serve as a vital resource for our entire community.  
 
Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.

Reports to: Café Manager
Hours: Tuesday through Friday, daylight, no set schedule. Some weekend and evening hours.
Status: Part-time, hourly
Hourly Rate: $14.33, plus shared tips
Responsibilities:
  • Become familiar with daily features, lunch and dessert items
  • Assist with food preparation
  • Have a working knowledge of the current menu and be able to explain all menu items to guests
  • Service tables in a professional efficient and friendly manner
  • Welcome guests, answer questions and direct guests to counter to order
  • Working knowledge of POS systems, ability to process payments and handle cash
  • Opening and closing sidework
  • Assist with dishwashing
  • Cleaning - clean kitchen and front of house
  • Keep beverage areas stocked and organized
  • Service bar duties
  • Stock supplies and inform the Café Manager if low on any items
  • Work with the Café Manager to handle any problems arising with visitors to ensure customer satisfaction
  • Treat visitors and colleagues with respect and courtesy at all times
  • Other duties, as requested by management
Qualifications:
  • Commitment to fostering a workplace culture of inclusion and belonging, anti-racist values and education practices
  • Possess an enthusiastic, professional and positive attitude
  • Serving experience preferred
  • Flexibility in working a varied schedule
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Clearance of a criminal background check
  • Become RAMP and servsafe certified if not already (paid by Frick)

The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equality and urges all qualified diverse applicants to apply.

Summary:  The Gallery Attendants are reliable, strong customer service-oriented individuals who combine the responsibilities of gallery safeguarding with conveying museum information.  Gallery Attendants are responsible for overseeing the gallery spaces (The Frick Art Museum [FAM] the Car & Carriage Museum [CCM] and Clayton) and protecting the art and exhibits while ensuring a positive museum experience by providing exemplary customer service.  The Gallery Attendants are key members of the Frick’s visitor-centered staff.  
 
Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.

Reports to: Safety/Security Manager 
Hours:  This is a temporary position that starts on April 1, 2024 and ends on July 14, 2024. Varied hours, evening and weekend hours required, up to 28 hours/week.
Status: Temporary, Part-time, non-exempt
Hourly Rate: $15.91
Responsibilities:
  • Commitment to fostering a workplace culture of equity and inclusion. 
  • Serve as a liaison to visitors while promoting safety of the museum, communicate clearly and consistently with visitors to ensure a positive museum experience.
  • Enforce museum guidelines in a clear and friendly manner.
  • Assist in visitor data collection.
  • Monitor visitors in gallery spaces to provide smooth flow of visitation, prioritize artwork and visitor safety during regular museum hours, onsite programs, and special events. 
  • Serve as internal first responders, including by assisting visitors and staff with basic first aid and by contacting emergency services as needed.
  • Completes and submits internal incident reports as needed.
  • Monitor site-wide HVAC system and troubleshoot basic problems with the proprietary software.
  • Assists in monitoring temperature and humidity levels throughout FAM and CCM which may include monitoring basic operations of the HVAC equipment, 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.
  • Attend staff exhibition trainings, museum-wide trainings, and all staff meetings as able. 
  • Handles other duties as requested.
Qualifications:
  • Enthusiastic attitude with experience in customer service.
  • Able to engage the public in a friendly professional manner.
  • Comfortable interacting with individuals of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. 
  • High degree of reliability and trustworthiness.
  • Computer experience with Windows required; experience with Windows based security systems preferred.
  • Clearance of a criminal background check.
  • Flexibility in scheduling to cover other shifts as needed and the ability to respond quickly to scheduling changes.
  • Successful completion of museum-sponsored verbal de-escalation, first aid, and CPR training.
  • Physical ability to access all areas of Clayton, Frick Art Museum, and Car and Carriage Museum (includes stairs).
  • Must be able to work occasional evening events (opening receptions, performances, educational programs)

The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equality and urges all qualified diverse applicants to apply.

Summary:  The Museum Experience Associate (MEA) provides visitors to the Frick with a superior experience by providing excellent customer service. MEA staff covers the store, site scheduling, and all admission desk duties, including the accurate processing of reservations for tours, The Café, and education programs as well as appropriately greeting and orienting visitors to the site.  The MEA will be joining the Frick during an exciting period of renewal and change, as the museum seeks to become an actively anti-racist organization that can serve as a vital resource for our entire community.
 
Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.

Reports to: Museum Experience & Store Manager
Hours: This is a temporary position that starts on March 18, 2024 and ends on August 30, 2024.  Must be available Sunday – Saturday with the ability to work weekends and evenings.
Status: Temporary, part-time, non-exempt
Hourly Rate: $14.33
 
Responsibilities:
  • Cheerfully answer main phone line, provide site-specific information and direct calls
  • Schedule all tours, exhibition admission, Café and Frick program reservations
  • Effectively engage visitors in the Museum Store and assist with their merchandise selections and actively suggest the pairing of other items to maximize sales
  • Actively promote and sell memberships and participate in achieving membership selling goals and promote current and upcoming site-wide events and programs
  • Welcome and orient visitors to the site while maintaining excellent customer service
  • Open and close admissions and store registers and handle daily paperwork
  • Handle cash, credit card, and special transactions quickly and efficiently
  • Maintain a working knowledge of various aspects of the point of sale (POS) system; troubleshoot hardware and reservation software and respond to non-routine situations when necessary
  • Maintain overall Visitor Center appearance and ensure that merchandise displays are always fresh and clean by daily re-stocking and dusting the shelves, cabinetry and product
  • Handles other duties as requested by management
Qualifications:
  • Possess excellent interpersonal and customer service skills with the ability to deal effectively with visitors and staff – pleasant phone manner a must
  • Prior retail sales, cash handling and competency with POS or reservation systems experience required
  • Self-motivated, adaptable, and accepting of challenges; strong problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills with attention to detail
  • Ability to handle a variety of responsibilities under pressure
  • A commitment to fostering a workplace culture of diversity and inclusion 
  • Ability to safely lift up to 25 pounds unassisted, climb ladders, and stand for extended periods of time
  • Clearance of a background check
The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equality and urges all qualified diverse applicants to apply. 

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.

 


 

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, and much more