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Membership and Annual Fund Manager

On-Site position

The Membership & Annual Fund Manager ensures the successful implementation of strategies and campaigns to support the National Nordic Museum’s fund development goals. The position oversees all facets of the Museum’s Annual Fund and Membership programs and serves as the lead user for the Salesforce CRM. For complete job description, please see this PDF.

Salary Range: $53,000-$56,000 DOE. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to, with “Membership and Annual Fund Manager Application” in the subject line. 

Grant Writer

On-Site position

The Grant Writer is responsible for all aspects of the Museum’s grant seeking efforts, including identifying and researching prospective funders, developing funding strategies and stewarding foundation relationships. The Grant Writer will craft compelling narrative, engage team members as appropriate in preparing grant requests and reports, oversee the submission process for applications, and comply with all reporting requirements. For complete job description, please see this PDF.

Salary Range: $55,000-$61,000 DOE. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to, with “Grant Writer” in the subject line.

Part-time Donor Services Representative

On-Site position

The Donor Services Representative is responsible for basic membership processing, renewal, retention, and reporting, as well as maintaining member, donor, and constituent information in our CRM (Salesforce, Ticketure, Elevate). The Donor Services Representative will provide primary support to the Development Officer.  For complete job description, please see this PDF.

Hourly rate: $20. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to, with “Donor Services Representative Application” in the subject line.

To apply for any position at the National Nordic Museum: Please submit resume and cover letter to Incomplete applications will be not be considered. No phone calls please.

Positions are open until filled.

National Nordic Museum Equity Statement

Accessibility and equity are institutional priorities that are reflected in the National Nordic Museum's programming and business practices. This institutional commitment ensures our efforts are devised with sensitivity. Our focus on equity promotes openness and makes the museum welcoming and accessible to diverse audiences.

We're always looking for additional volunteers! 

Further Reading

  • About the Museum

    Through our exhibits and programs, we promote Nordic themes like our connection to nature and the constant pursuit of social justice. We explore how these values inform the world today across cultures.

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  • Annual Reports

    View National Nordic Museum’s Annual Reports

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  • Board and Staff

    Learn about the Board and Staff of the museum.

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  • Rent the Nordic

    National Nordic Museum offers private event space, available to rent for large gatherings and small groups. All venue rentals include inventory of banquet tables and chairs, on-site staff member during event, simple house sound and lighting, and secured Wi-Fi.

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  • Mission, Vision & Values

    The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives.

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  • Latest 990 Form

    An overview of the National Nordic Museum's activities, governance and detailed financial information.

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