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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.   

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Summary:  The Director of Marketing and Communications (DMC) will bring fresh, strategic thinking to bear on all aspects of the museum’s marketing and communications, ensuring that our website, social media accounts, print materials, advertisements, and campus wayfinding reflect our inclusive goals. 

Reporting to the Executive Director, the DMC will join the Frick’s highly collaborative, ten-person senior leadership team and lead 2 direct reports: the Marketing and Communications Manager, responsible for media relations and social media; and the Publications and Website Manager. The DMC will also serve as the key liaison to the Marketing and Communications Committee of the Board. The position’s responsibilities are approximately one-third leadership and two-thirds hands-on and administrative contributions.
  
The DMC will join the Frick—a multi-disciplinary cultural organization that includes a fine art museum, transportation museum, historic house museum, and arboretum—at a time of renewal and positive change. The museum’s Strategic Plan and Equity Commitments center the needs of current and prospective visitors, including those who haven’t previously thought of the Frick as a place for them. Projects now under way—including a brand strategy assessment; major capital improvements focused on accessibility, environmental impact, and preservation; and a multi-year project to revivify and decolonize the Clayton tour—aim to serve guests of all ages and backgrounds.

•  Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.
•  Please note that all employees must be able to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

Reports to:  Executive Director 
Hours:  Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., occasional evening and weekend work
Status:  Full-time, exempt with benefits
Salary: $80,000-$95,000, based on experience and qualifications

Responsibilities:

(1/3) Leadership
  • Shapes and implements the Frick’s brand strategy.
  • Stays abreast of activities across the organization, including by participating in planning meetings, and by continuously seeking out and listening to input from other departments.
  • Assesses current activities.
  • Monitors industry trends.
  • Proposes new initiatives, with a willingness to take risks and “fall forward”. 
  • Intentionally cultivates a collegial and collaborative working environment.
  • Mentors, applauds, and inspires the other members of the Marketing and Communications team, including through regular whole-team and one-to-one meetings.
  • Participates in the annual budgeting process and in multi-year strategic planning as a member of the senior leadership team, including by presenting recommendations for improvement.
  • Participates in senior leadership team decision-making aimed at breaking down organizational siloes and bettering the entire organization.
  • Regularly updates peer colleagues on Marketing and Communications plans and activities.
  • Attends the museum’s events, such as exhibition openings, concerts, and lectures.
  • Represents the Frick in external settings, including regional meetings and professional conferences.
(2/3) Hands-On & Administrative
  • Furthers the evolution of the museum’s social media program to ensure compelling posts and growing engagement, with an eye to the ultimate goal of inspiring in-person visits to our physical site.
  • Maintains, assesses, and identifies opportunities to improve the museum’s website.
  • Leads the collaborative process—involving colleagues from Curatorial, Learning, Advancement, Enterprise, the Director’s Office, and external designers—to develop exhibition-related collateral such as posters, rack cards, post cards, and brochures.
  • Responds proactively to regular internal communications needs, including by designing and producing some collateral and signs in-house, and by crafting messaging for use by colleagues with visitors (examples include construction-related pedestrian detours or revised CDC Covid guidance). 
  • Participates in crafting and designing the weekly email newsletter.
  • Works closely with colleagues in Enterprise and Visitor Services on making timed exhibition entry tickets available on the museum website, currently using the Outbound software. (See the database integration project listed under “Key Projects below”.) 
  • Works collegially with colleagues in the Curatorial and Learning & Visitor Experience departments to craft messaging and develop promotional campaigns for exhibitions and public events.
  • Works cooperatively with colleagues in Membership to develop and distribute communications to museum supporters.
  • Prepares media releases and maintain relationships with journalists, critics, and news outlets.
  • Develops and manages the budgets for marketing and communications.
  • Manages vendor relationships (with graphic designers, printers, mail centers, website hosts, etc.) and furthers the Frick’s goals of diversifying our vendor cohort. 
  • Coordinates departmental invoices and paperwork.
  • Prepares periodic written and oral reports.
  • Shoulders other duties as requested. 
Key Projects for the DMC’s first 6-18 months:
  • Serve as the key point person for the ambitious brand strategy assessment project recently launched by the Frick in partnership with a leading market research firm.
  • Fill the vacant position of Website and Publications Manager. 
  • Lead the process of identifying and working with an advertising firm to translate the forthcoming brand strategy report into specific actions.
  • Participate in a cross-departmental assessment of the Frick’s disparate data management systems (ticketing, membership, store sales, donations, café sales, accounting, attendance, newsletter distribution, etc.) with the goal of identifying viable means of integrating data for greater operational efficiency and a frictionless guest experience.
  • Lead a cross-departmental process to review and enhance campus wayfinding in ways that center our visitors’ needs.
  • In consultation with visitors, colleagues, and peers, assess the appropriate format and frequency for a regular paper mailing about museum activities.
Qualifications:
  • An agile and creative mind
  • Unquenchable curiosity
  • A sense of humor
  • Passion for art, history, and nature
  • Commitment to fostering a workplace culture of diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion 
  • Collaborative mindset 
  • Compelling—even sparkling! —written and oral communication
  • A great sense of design
  • Relevant educational background
  • Previous leadership, or demonstratable leadership potential, of marketing and communications for a cultural nonprofit or similar organization 
  • Strong executive acumen, demonstrated through progressive professional growth
  • Experience with website management, social media programs, media relations, print and electronic advertising, physical signage
  • Working style that is transparent, encouraging, and collaborative and that empowers and inspires others
  • Ability to pass a background check
The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equity and urges qualified diverse applicants to apply.

The Frick Pittsburgh is observing ALL Government, State, and Local guidelines and protocols for COVID 19 safety including social distancing and mask wearing.  We also require applicants to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.
Summary:  The Frick Pittsburgh seeks a creative thinker and collaborator to join the dynamic four-person curatorial team. Under the direction of the Chief Curator & Director of Collections, they/she/he will support the interpretation, presentation, and care of the collections at The Frick Art Museum and Clayton, the historic home of Henry Clay Frick, with occasional support to the Car & Carriage Museum. Collaborating closely across departments—including Learning, Marketing, Advancement, Operations, and Safety), the Assistant/Associate Curator will be a key contributor to exhibition planning, collection development, conservation and preservation initiatives, and creative programming that informs, engages, and expands audiences. The position will actively participate in the assessment of the Frick’s interpretive strategies and exhibitions program, a core component of the museum’s strategic plan and equity commitments. The successful candidate will embrace the museum’s dedication to creating a space where visitors feel welcome, psychologically safe, curious, and inspired. 

•  Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.
•  Please note that all employees must be able to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

Reports to: Chief Curator & Director of Collections
Hours:  Monday–Friday, 9:00–5:00 flex, occasional evening and weekend work and occasional travel (10%)
Status:  Full-time, exempt with benefits
Salary: $38,000–$51,908, based on experience and qualifications  

Responsibilities:
 

I. Exhibition Development and Interpretation (80%):
  • Advance the profile of the Frick’s collection through bold and intellectually rigorous exhibitions, gallery rotations, thematic installations, publications, and public programming 
  • Contribute ideas to annual planning of the exhibition schedule 
  • Review exhibition proposals for artistic merit, mission fit, budget, and scheduling factors
  • Work cross-departmentally to organize, coordinate, and co-lead exhibitions, contributing interpretation and research, securing loans, drafting layouts, assessing needs for conservation, preparation, and display, collaborating on graphic identity, and coordinating logistics with internal and external stakeholders
  • Write exhibition didactics, labels, and related content for variety of platforms, including social media 
  • Cultivate relationships with donors, professional colleagues, partner organizations and peer institutions, as well as community at large
  • Engage actively in enhancing the reputation of the Frick’s collection and exhibitions locally and nationally

II. Collections Care (20%): 
  • Responsibly co-manage the museum’s collections, ensuring proper documentation, maintenance, display, and conservation in accordance with best practices
  • Research collection objects and update records in the museum’s database (Vernon CMS)
  • Identify, research, and propose periodic acquisitions 
  • Consult with contract conservators on the care and documentation of the condition of works 
  • Contribute to assigned grant applications and general fundraising activities 
  • Participate in museum community as active scholar/curator in their field

Qualifications:
  • MA or greater in art history or related field preferred, or comparable experience
  • Minimum of 2 years of full-time curatorial experience in a cultural or educational institution or organization, or comparable equivalent
  • Installation and object handling experience required
  • A collaborative and curious mindset with a love of learning
  • Passion for art, history, and nature
  • Team player with the ability to work within cross-functional teams effectively
  • Ability to proactively prioritize and manage time, juggle multiple duties and tasks in various stages of development, and meet deadlines
  • Excellent attention to detail and superior organizational skills
  • Growing expertise in at least one of the museum’s collecting areas (Italian Renaissance, 18th and 19th century European and American) with a strong general art historical knowledge
  • Excellent research, writing, and delivery of oral and written communications that engage their intended audiences
  • Commitment to fostering a workplace culture of diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion
  • Clearance of a criminal background check
The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equity and urges qualified diverse applicants to apply.

The Frick Pittsburgh is observing ALL Government, State, and Local guidelines and protocols for COVID 19 safety including social distancing and mask wearing.  We also require applicants to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.


To Apply: Please submit to HR@TheFrickPittsburgh.org a complete resume or curriculum vitae listing relevant education, experiences, exhibitions, and publications; a cover letter expressing your interest in the position; and a brief writing sample – an article, exhibition labels, or chapter excerpt on a relevant research topic. 

Review of applications will begin on October 16, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.


Candidates from historically underrepresented backgrounds in the museum field are encouraged to apply. Confidential inquiries, applications, and recommendations are welcome. 
Summary:  Maintains, in pristine condition, the Grounds and Greenhouse of the Frick Art & Historical Center at the direction of the Grounds Manager.

•  Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.
•  Please note that all employees must be able to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

Reports to: Grounds Manager
Hours:  Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with hours and days to sometimes vary; includes occasional weekend and evening hours.
Status:  Full-time, non-exempt with benefits
Hourly Rate: $15.62

Responsibilities:
  • Maintain the Grounds of the site which includes planting, mulching, trimming trees and shrubs, seeding, weeding, fertilizing, pruning, mowing and watering as instructed by the Grounds Manager
  • Perform basic gardening duties within the Greenhouse to ensure it is in a presentable state for all visitors and school groups
  • Operate and use a variety of mowers, blowers, weeding equipment, etc.
  • Handle snow and ice removal during the winter months
  • Assist the Housekeeping & Maintenance Department with moves including furniture, supplies and other items
  • Other duties as requested by management
     
Qualifications:
  • Basic knowledge of landscaping practices and techniques helpful
  • Possess a friendly and cooperative manner
  • Has the ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Ability to perform physical labor, occasionally lifting objects of 80+ pounds
  • Clearance of a background check
  • Valid PA driver’s license
The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equity and urges qualified diverse applicants to apply.

The Frick Pittsburgh is observing ALL Government, State, and Local guidelines and protocols for COVID 19 safety including social distancing and mask wearing.  We also require applicants to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.
Summary:  As members of the Learning and Visitor Experience department, Clayton tour facilitators provide guided, visitor-centered tours of Clayton for the general public and private groups. Tours of Clayton explore the Gilded Age through the experiences of the Frick family and other 19th-century Pittsburghers, examining what it was like to live in this city at the dawn of modern America. 

•  Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.
•  Please note that all employees must be able to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

Reports to: Manager of Interpretation & Engagement
Hours:  Weekly hours vary: Tuesday through Sunday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., as needed. Training sessions and meetings (including pre-employment) required. Weekend, occasional evening hours, and occasional holidays required. Guaranteed minimum hours of 6-15 hours per week available to interested candidates.
Status:  Non-exempt, part-time hourly position
Hourly Rate: $13.50
Pre-Hire Process: Candidates are initially hired as Clayton Trainee employees. Pending completion of the training course and performance evaluation, trainees will then become Frick employees as part of the facilitator corps.   

Responsibilities:
  • Lead dynamic, engaging tours of Clayton for the general public and group tours. Tours of Clayton look beyond the Frick family story to explore the Gilded Age as a pivotal time in U.S. history and are based in storytelling and visitor engagement.
  • Learn and present accurate information on all aspects of the Gilded Age and The Frick Pittsburgh (in addition to Clayton this includes The Frick Art Museum, the Car & Carriage Museum, the greenhouse and the Playhouse).
  • Understand the complexities of history and the Gilded Age, including capitalism, wealth disparity, race and gender inequality, unfair labor practices etc., and facilitate conversations about these complexities in a clear, engaging way.
  • Work cooperatively and flexibly as part of a collaborative interpretive corps.
  • Work closely with Museum Experience Associates, other frontline staff, and the Assistant Manager of Interpretation to provide excellent customer service for all visitors to Clayton.
  • Work closely with the Safety Department to ensure the safety of the house and collections during guided tours of Clayton.
  • Attend mandatory ongoing training sessions and meetings to keep current on new tours, content information, tour techniques and topics related to the collections or visiting exhibitions.
  • Serve as an ambassador for The Frick Pittsburgh, promoting the entire site and its programs, including membership.
  • Assist with special events, tours and programs relating to Clayton and/or The Frick Pittsburgh as a whole, as requested. This includes, but is not limited to, holiday tours of Clayton throughout the month of December and large yearly events like Summer Fridays.
  • Other duties as requested by management.
Qualifications:
  • Commitment to fostering a workplace and museum culture of inclusion and belonging, anti-racist values and education practices.
  • Prior experience leading inquiry-based, informal learning experiences in a museum or historic site setting is a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with staff and visitors of all backgrounds.
  • Passion for history and sharing experiences with others; enthusiastic storyteller interested in the Gilded Age and how it relates to contemporary issues.
  • Reliable, punctual and willing to work a flexible schedule. Candidates should expect to work weekends, some holidays (The Frick Pittsburgh is closed on Juneteenth, July Fourth, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day) and occasional evenings as needed. Although scheduling is flexible, ideal candidates should be looking for regular work on a weekly basis.
  • Must be able to lead three (3) one-hour tours per shift. Candidates must feel confident ascending/descending stairs daily and feel comfortable standing for long periods of time. Candidates must be prepared to work in all weather conditions as Clayton is a historic space with minimal climate control and tours take place partially outdoors.
  • Must have access to a computer to download training materials and to receive work-related communications. Must be responsive via email. Proficiency with Google Drive is a plus.
  • Possess a fun, friendly, confident personality. Engaging speakers with strong communication skills, enthusiasm, and adaptability are encouraged to apply.
  • BA in history, education, museum studies, art history or a related field OR comparable working experience preferred. Work/volunteer experience should be in education, art history, history, museum studies or a related field.
  • Must pass Act 33/34 clearance and criminal background checks and FBI clearances.

Training Requirements:
  • Successful candidates must commit to learning a large amount of information in a relatively short time and possess the initiative to complete large portions of training on their own.
  • Training consists of readings, self-directed learning, and weekly or bi-weekly check-ins with other trainees and interpretive staff.
  • Trainees will be paid for all in-person training meetings and for minimum hours per week of self-directed study during the training period.
  • Candidates that meet all training requirements will be required to lead a sample tour (referred to as a clearing tour) for management and will be evaluated on their skills. Successful candidates will be cleared to begin giving tours to the public and will become official Frick employees. 
  • Trainees who are unable to complete a clearing tour to the satisfaction of management after two (2) attempts will be dismissed from the facilitator position and will no longer be employees of The Frick Pittsburgh.   

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

The Frick Pittsburgh is observing ALL Government, State, and Local guidelines and protocols for COVID 19 safety including social distancing and mask wearing.  We also require applicants to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.
Summary:  Develops and leads art workshops related to both the Frick’s permanent collections and special exhibitions with visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.

•  Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.
•  Please note that all employees must be able to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

Reports to: Coordinator of Youth & Family Programs
Hours:  Upon completing training, guaranteed 25 hours per week in peak months, 10 hours per week during non-peak months. Day and evening work required, including occasional weekends.
Status:  Non-exempt, part-time hourly position
Hourly Rate: $15.00

Responsibilities:
  • Create and lead interactive and hands-on art workshops for school, scout, camp groups, and families
  • Work closely with museum teachers and other studio art teachers to ensure art making experiences relate to museum gallery experiences
  • Attend all on-going training sessions and meetings to keep current on content information, teaching techniques, theories of education and any other topics related to the collections
  • When available, attend and complete museum educator trainings of both The Frick Art Museum, Clayton and the Car & Carriage Museum
  • Upon completion of training, lead groups on tours of The Frick Art Museum, Clayton and the Car & Carriage Museum
  • Present accurate information about The Frick Art Museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions as related to studio process
  • Individualize each program as dictated by school curriculum, teacher request, and/or student needs and abilities
  • Learn format and content of new tours and workshops as they are developed
  • Create quick projects for activity tables for local, off-site programs such as fairs, community events, and events at other cultural organizations
  • Ensure all materials for studio workshops are prepared and organized prior to groups’ arrival 
  • Lead outreach programs at partner organization sites within the Pittsburgh area
  • Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to each teaching session to prepare for the program and discuss that day’s format and content with the L&VE staff and other Frick Art Museum Teachers
  • Greet and welcome visiting groups as they arrive according to established guidelines
  • Stay at least 30 minutes after the conclusion of the program to discuss any significant events in that particular program and to clean up as needed
  • Keep track of and organize studio supplies, reporting the need for more to the Youth & Family Program Coordinator
  • Work assigned duties for special events, such as ticket-taking and welcome booths
  • Create artmaking videos and step-by-step worksheets for virtual engagement
Qualifications:
  • Committed to fostering a workplace of inclusion and belonging
  • Degree in Education or Studio Arts or sufficient equivalent experience 
  • Demonstrated ability to teach those of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of studio art practices in various mediums
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, access, and inclusion
  • Strong problem-solving abilities and the ability to adapt to changing situations in real time 
  • Excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to deal effectively with staff and visitors of all ages
  • Possess a flexible teaching style that allows for the ability to address different learning styles, cultural backgrounds, age levels and special needs
  • Possess a friendly, responsible, energetic and collaborative attitude
  • Ability to operate with little direct supervision to devise and conduct art experiences
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to deal effectively with both staff and visitors 
  • Act 33/34 clearance
  • Clearance of a criminal background check and FBI fingerprinting
The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equity and urges qualified diverse applicants to apply.

The Frick Pittsburgh is observing ALL Government, State, and Local guidelines and protocols for COVID 19 safety including social distancing and mask wearing.  We also require applicants to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.
Summary:  Maintains, in pristine condition, the Grounds and Greenhouse of the Frick Pittsburgh at the direction of the Grounds Manager.

•  Must have a commitment to fostering a workplace culture of Equity and Inclusion.
•  Please note that all employees must be able to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

Reports to: Grounds Manager
Hours:  Weekdays, 7:00am – 5:00pm, and occasional weekend and evening hours required.
Status:  Part-time, hourly position
Hourly Rate: $13.50 per hour

Responsibilities:
  • Maintain the Grounds of the site which includes: planting, mulching, trimming trees and shrubs, seeding, weeding, fertilizing, pruning, mowing and watering as instructed by the Grounds Manager
  • Handle snow and ice removal during the winter months using plows, snow blowers, etc.
  • Perform basic gardening duties within the Greenhouse to ensure it is in a presentable state for all visitors and school groups
  • Operate and use a variety of mowers, blowers, other equipment, etc.
  • Assist the Housekeeping & Maintenance Department with moves including furniture, supplies and other items
  • Other duties as requested by management
Qualifications:
  • Basic knowledge of landscaping practices, equipment and techniques preferred
  • Possess a friendly and cooperative manner
  • Has the ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Ability to perform physical labor, occasionally lifting objects of 80+ pounds
  • Experience with snow plowing equipment desired
  • Clearance of a criminal background check
  • Valid PA driver’s license
The Frick Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equity and urges qualified diverse applicants to apply.

The Frick Pittsburgh is observing ALL Government, State, and Local guidelines and protocols for COVID 19 safety including social distancing and mask wearing.  We also require applicants to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.
Summary:  Through excellent customer service, the Café Service Staff will provide visitors to The Café at the Frick with an excellent dining experience.  The Café Service Staff will 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.
•  Please note that all employees must be able to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

Reports to: Café Manager
Hours:  Tuesday through Sunday, daylight, no set schedule, some evening hours
Status:  Part-time, hourly position
Hourly Rate: $13.50 per hour, 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 diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion 
  • 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 committed to fostering a workplace culture of accessibility, inclusion, diversity, and racial equity and urges qualified diverse applicants to apply.

The Frick Pittsburgh is observing ALL Government, State, and Local guidelines and protocols for COVID 19 safety including social distancing and mask wearing.  We also require applicants to show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.


 

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

 

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to: HR@TheFrickPittsburgh.org

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

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.