Thank you for your interest in the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum! This page lists all of our current job openings.
With eyes toward our March 2022 reopening, we anticipate hiring several new positions in the coming months. We welcome your application as we look forward to rebuilding our team!
Please note: The Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum requires that all employees and volunteers be vaccinated against COVID-19.
CLICK HERE for more information on our renovation and reopening plans.
Current Job Openings
Grant Projects Manager (Posted August, 17, 2021. Apply by October 5, 2021)
Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum (MHCM) seeks an individual with experience in grant writing, grant administration, and project management to serve as Grant Projects Manager.
The Grant Projects Manager is a member of the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum senior leadership team, and is involved in all aspects of grant-funded projects, including: grant prospecting, proposal development, project management, budgeting, grant administration, and collaboration with project partners. This position has primary responsibility for securing and administering federal, foundation and corporate grants ranging in size from $5K to $1M, and providing overall project management for select grant-funded projects.
CLICK HERE to download Application Instructions and Complete Position Description.
The Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a passionate commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
About Poughkeepsie and the Hudson Valley Region
The Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum is located in the heart of the historic Hudson Riverfront in Poughkeepsie, just steps away from the Metro-North train station, fabulous restaurants and a revitalized city waterfront park. An hour and a half north of New York City, Poughkeepsie and the Mid-Hudson region is fast becoming a favorite destination for weekend travelers. The areas is known for its institutions of higher education (Vassar College, Marist College, SUNY New Paltz, the Culinary Institute of America and Dutchess Community College), as well as for its arts, cultural and outdoor recreational opportunities. Click here to take an aerial tour of the area.