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The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston fully subscribes to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. It is our policy to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law. In accordance with requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act, it is our policy to provide reasonable accommodation upon request during the application process to eligible applicants in order that they may be given a full and fair opportunity to be considered for employment.

The following positions are currently open and receiving applicant materials. To apply for any position, please follow the directions within the specific posting below.

Gallery Attendant

Gallery Attendant is a part-time, non-exempt member of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s staff. A critical member of the Museum’s protective team, the position’s primary responsibility is the safety and security of works of art on view in the Museum. A Gallery Attendant represents the Museum to its visitors both assuring the safety and security of works of art and as an occasional relief contact at the Museum’s Visitor Information Desk. A Gallery Attendant shares a flexible schedule with others on the Gallery Attendant staff that is based around the Museum’s regular public hours, including evenings and weekends.  A Gallery Attendant will also be assigned duty during private events that occur outside regular public hours. The uniformed employee has a significant role at the institution and represents the Museum and its mission to the general public. For complete job description, click here. To apply, please complete and email the employment application to

Membership Coordinator

The Membership Coordinator is a full-time, exempt member of the development staff providing critical support to the Director of Development in the implementation of departmental strategies to attain the annual fundraising and membership goals set by the Board of Trustees and Director of the Museum. The employee is responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing the institution’s individual and corporate membership programs and those of its affinity groups (Collectors Circle and Young Patrons). The incumbent plays a significant role in stewardship and works closely with the Director of Development, volunteers, and other Museum staff to implement tactics that serve the membership and the institution’s mission and that are guided by its strategic plan. For complete job description, click here. To apply, please email résumé and cover letter to Shane Platt, Assistant to the Director,

Teen Council

Teen Council application period will begin in Spring 2018. This post will be updated when additional information is available.

Call for Interns | Development Department

As the Development Department of a Museum, we serve to fulfill the museum’s mission in fundraising through memberships, special events, and openings, providing the public with free educational programming and free entrance to the CAMH.

  • We are looking for interested and reliable persons to fill internship positions within our department for the duration of the spring, summer and/or fall semesters.
  • We ask that you fulfill a minimum of 2-4 hour shifts for the workday, with a commitment of 9-12 hours a week. This position has flexibility depending on your school schedule.
  • Projects will be assigned depending on experience and ability.
  • We will also be looking for assistance for our many special museum events throughout the year.
  • For those seeking to fulfill a University credit requirement, please check in with your university advisor to determine credit hour fulfillments for your course.

If interested, please send résumé and cover letter to CAMH Development Department.
Beth Peré, Special Events and Sponsorship Coordinator,



2017-2018 Teen Council Members. Photo By Ronald L Jones.

Now Accepting Teen Council Applications

CAMH’s Teen Council is a highly collaborative creative incubator that provides high school students grades 9-12 with opportunities in leadership, visual literacy, and life skill development. Teen Council is for artists and all types of arts enthusiasts. You need not be an artist to apply.

Click below to apply. Applications are considered on a rolling basis and will close on April 15, 2018 at 11:59PM.

Apply now