Thank you for your interest in joining the Channel Islands Maritime Museum’s staff!
The Museum has an extensive and world-class maritime art collection, featuring 17th century Dutch and Flemish masters such as Willem van de Velde and Bonaventura Peeters, 18th century British artists Edward Cooke and Robert Salmon to noted modern day artists John Stobart, David Thimgan and Thomas Hoyne. Ship models trace more that 3000 years of maritime history, from ancient Egyptian reed boats and tomols used by local Chumash to modern day car carriers. The Museum houses one of the largest collections of antique Prisoner of War sailing ship models on display in the United States. These models, including eight rare bone models, were made by French prisoners of the British during the Napoleonic Wars. In addition, the Museum exhibits the entire life’s work of Ed Marple, one of America’s foremost ship model builders. Other exhibits on whaling, sailor’s arts, navigational instruments and the history of the Channel Islands Harbor and The Port of Hueneme round out the permanent collection. Special topical and featured guest artist exhibitions are presented on an ongoing basis.
Working at the Museum
The Museum is located in the beautiful Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard, CA. All Museum staff members collaborate and work as a team to protect, conserve and interpret the art collection and to ensure that every Museum guest has a memorable, informative and enjoyable experience. The Museum seeks applicants who have an interest in the maritime arts or the museum field and are ready to join a dynamic team.
How to apply
Current career opportunities are posted below. Please click on a position to see a detailed description and how to apply. Upon receipt of your résumé you will be contacted if your education and/or work experience is appropriate for the requirements of the position. Please note that the Museum does not accept general résumé submissions. Only résumés submitted for posted positions will be reviewed.
Current Open Opportunities