Manager / Docent / Administrative Assistant

Jun 27, 2019🔗👁️ 27 27 Views

🏢 The History of Cannabis Museum 📍 Washington, DC

💰 DOE 🗓️ Full-time 🏷️ Administrative 📛 No license required


About our company

Museum of cannabis history.

Job description

Job description: A manager is responsible for overseeing and ensuring that all operations of the Museum run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Hotels, restaurants or even privately owned organization may employ managers of this caliber. They are in charge of providing quality service, overseeing Marketing and event preparations, as well as supervising staff.

Duties A Museum manager coordinates with HR manager regarding recruitment needs, assists in interviewing, hiring, training and firing staff, hold regular meetings with staff, and communicates with an assistant manager about assigned tasks and responsibilities as well as sales targets. The manager also informs staff about unavailable products and services, maintains and implements work procedures to ensure efficiency, orders supplies when necessary and perform cash-up procedures after every shift. Museum managers also update staff members regarding new laws and regulations relevant to business needs, monitor daily stocks, perform price checks; review inventory; implement and control all private event procedures and practices; handle waste disposal; and established a physical presence at the Museum on and off-site.

Education and Training Requirements

A high school diploma is the minimum educational requirement of a manager. Those with several years of experience working in a Museum or establishment are what most employers prefer. Management and supervisory experience may also serve as an advantage. Some prestigious museums or organizations may require managers to possess a degree in hospitality management, African American Studies, Business Administration or the completion of a vocational course in a similar field.

Knowledge and Skills Requirements

Providing excellent customer service skills should be the heart of a manager. He or she must also possess strong interpersonal skills and communication skills. He must possess leadership skills in order to be an efficient manager. Basic computer skills are also necessary. He or she must be willing to be part of a team as well as be comfortable working alone. Most importantly, the manager should be at least 21 years old who maintains a clean and presentable appearance at work.

Working Conditions

Managers work a standard 40 hours a week. Their work schedules are usually during night and weekends. Handling inventory may require some heavy lifting and carrying as needed. They are often on their feet ensuring all operations are working properly and efficiently inside the Museum. They also engage in friendly conversations all throughout their shift. Managers who work in Museum may be exposed to extreme levels of music and noise due to private events on and off site, but for the most may be a more sophisticated and relaxing environment for a manager.

Qualifications: Knowledge and Skills Requirements

Providing excellent customer service skills should be the heart of a museum manager. He/she must also possess strong interpersonal skills and communication skills. He or she must possess leadership skills in order to be an efficient manager. Basic computer skills are also necessary. He or she must be willing to be part of a team as well as be comfortable working alone. Most importantly, the manager should be at least 21 years old who maintains a clean and presentable appearance at work.

Part-time and Full-time positions available.

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