Work at Maymont
Maymont Foundation is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are always looking for talented professionals to join our organization. To apply for a position, please email your resume and cover letter, noting the title in the subject line.
The Human Resources (HR) Generalist is responsible for managing the day-to-day HR function including partnership with managers for workforce needs, recruitment and hiring of staff, bi-weekly payroll processing, benefits administration, regulatory reporting and compliance, HR analytics, and special projects. Learn more about this position.
The Maymont Foundation is seeking a highly experienced, dynamic fundraiser to lead strategies supporting major giving programs. Reporting to the Sr. Director of Marketing, Strategy and Advancement, the individual will identify and cultivate relationships with individual and corporate supporters, manage special project funding and planned giving opportunities. This visible, hands-on and collaborative individual will work with the Senior Director, Executive Director and Board of Directors to identify prospects and develop effective cultivation and solicitation strategies as well as stewarding donors throughout the giving process. Learn more about this position.
The Maymont Foundation is seeking a Guest Engagement Manager who will be responsible for all aspects of guest engagement and will provide a positive experience for guests at Maymont. This individual oversees direct communications and interactions with guests to ensure that they have consistent experiences at Maymont that delight, educate and inspire them. Learn more about this position.
The Maymont Foundation is seeking a Guest Engagement Manager who will provide excellent customer service to guests at Maymont. The associate ensures that guests have positive and consistent experiences at Maymont that delight, educate and inspire them. Learn more about this position.
The Maymont Foundation is seeking a dynamic, engaged full-time project curator to research and develop a new exhibition focusing on Maymont estate and the Jim Crow era of Virginia history and experience. As part of the African American Voices Initiative (AAVI) project, the Foundation seeks to broaden its non-accessioned collections, exhibitions and programming to support a balanced narrative in the historic core of the estate. Learn more about this position.