A creative and fulfilling place to work
There are many opportunities to get involved with MOCA Jacksonville, whether it’s working at the Museum, participating in our internship program, or volunteering in a variety of areas.
MOCA lists all available positions on this website, but applications must be made through the University of North Florida job portal. Please check back for employment opportunities
in the future.
Job opportunities will remain posted until positions are filled. Candidates may be contacted for interviews, however, due to the high level of interest in positions, MOCA Jacksonville does not respond to all applicants. Calls and emails are not accepted
regarding the status of employment applications.
MOCA Jacksonville is a registered 501©(3) nonprofit organization and an equal opportunity employer. UNF is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.
- Read the position description.
- Click on the link that follows the description. (Quicklink should take you directly to the listing)
From the main Job Portal Search (https://www.unfjobs.org/)
- Click on Search Postings.
- Under Department, choose MOCA.
- Click on Search.
- Click on the position you are seeking.
Art Installer Seasonal
Under the direction of curatorial staff, this position is responsible for assisting in the installation of exhibitions presented in the museum, ensuring that the vision of the artist and curator is fulfilled.
- Installation and de-installation of exhibitions
- Preparation of artwork for exhibition and/or shipment/storage
- Installation of technology such as media players and monitors
- Safe and efficient crating, packing and
transportation of artwork
- Efficiently and neatly painting gallery walls
- Maintenance of work spaces, tools and environment
- Working in a team environment with curatorial department
- On occasion need to work late evening and weekend
FWS MOCA Curatorial Student
MOCA offers current UNF students eligible for Federal Work Study (FWS) funding the opportunity to work with the Museum's curatorial department. Those filling the role will assist with all aspects of exhibition organization, including generating checklists
and other reports; filing and data entry, image scanning, and compiling exhibition-related research; assist curatorial and marketing department with exhibition-related publications by locating images, securing copyright permissions and compiling research
as directed; or helping the preparator and registrar with maintenance of the collection, including maintenance of work and storage spaces, tools and environment; assist in the installation and de-installation of exhibitions, wall preparation and painting,
wall labels, and construction of diverse elements of the art projects and exhibitions.
FWS MOCA Design and Communications Student Assistant
MOCA offers current UNF students eligible for Federal Work Study (FWS) funding the opportunity to work with the Museum's communications department with either an emphasis in communications or an emphasis in graphic design based on applicant’s area of
study, experience, and skill set. This includes creating blogs, writing press releases and building digital media calendars that support MOCA’s communications strategies; and/or providing design services through the development and production of print
and digital collateral, assisting with Graphic Design in supporting all departments across the museum.
Applicants must complete an online application, as well as upload supplemental documents, at www.unfjobs.org in order to be considered for this position. Applicants who do not apply online
and/or upload all the required documents will not be considered for this position. Once you submit both your completed application and uploaded documents you will receive a confirmation number. Keep the confirmation number for your records.