Join our staff! CMCA currently has two open positions to grow our small but mighty team. Learn more and apply below.

Full Time: Development Officer

CMCA is seeking a highly motivated and skilled Development Officer to solicit, cultivate and steward philanthropic support for the museum. This role involves spearheading key donor communication, securing sponsorships, managing the donor database, strategizing annual campaigns, and researching grant opportunities. Click here for full description and application instructions.

Part Time: Communications Manager

The Communications Manager plays a critical and evolving role within CMCA, designing, creating, and producing CMCA’s external communications, including press releases, ads, mass e-mails, a monthly e-newsletter, social media, website graphics, and content for our active slate of exhibitions and educational programming. Click here for full description and application instructions.

The mission of CMCA is to advance contemporary art in Maine through direct engagement with artists and the public, creating exceptional exhibitions and programs that communicate the transformative power of the art of our time. Founded in 1952, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art is located in downtown Rockland’s vibrant arts district in a state-of-the-art building designed by architect Toshiko Mori. It is the state’s longest running and leading non-profit contemporary arts institution.