Career Opportunities

American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Careers and JobHQ

Features museum job listings, including sections devoted to emerging museum professionals and career management.

The Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) Career Resources

Career resources for art librarians, as well as curators and other visual resources professionals.

The Art Newspaper: Jobs

International job listings in the arts.

Career Alternatives for Art Historians

This site lists the criteria for numerous career options as well as links to other relevant websites.


Online career hub for higher education. Includes articles on job search strategies and advice for job seekers as well as job listings by discipline. UO subscribes to the online Chronicle through the UO Libraries.

The College Art Association Online Career Center

CAA promotes excellence in scholarship and teaching in the history and criticism of the visual arts. The association sponsors an annual conference, where many of our students and faculty present their research. The CAA website includes current listings of internships, grants, and jobs, as well as professional advice, in the “Career Development” and “Resources and Opportunities” sections.

Note: you must be a CAA member to obtain full job listings.

H-ArtHist Network

The H-ArtHist Network is an information network for art historians all over the world. In addition to conference announcements and calls for papers, email subscribers receive ads for a variety of jobs.

MCN (Museum Computer Network) Mail Archive

Job postings for museum information professionals.

The Museum Employment Resource Center

Job opportunities in museums and other cultural institutions.

MUSEUM-L Archives

This active listserv has numerous position openings. Use the “Search Archives” feature.

Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) Career Center

Position listings and resources for both emerging and established scholars.

Versatile PhD

The largest online community dedicated to non-academic and non-faculty careers for PhD holders in humanities, social sciences, and STEM.