Join our energetic and passionate team at the National Archives Foundation!
As the independent nonprofit that serves as the National Archives’ private-sector partner in the support of exhibitions, educational initiatives and public programs, your work with the Foundation will contribute to our mission to educate, enrich, and inspire a deeper appreciation of our country’s heritage through the records held in trust by the National Archives.
For twenty-three years, the Foundation’s support has made possible the National Archives Museum in Washington, DC and national efforts, which include: the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom, the David M. Rubenstein Gallery and its “Records of Rights” exhibition, the “Public Vaults” exhibition, the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, the William G. McGowan Theater, Boeing Learning Center, the DocsTeach website, as well as regional and national advertising and marketing campaigns.
The Foundation offers opportunities for employment and internships with a competitive benefits package. Job postings are updated regularly. We welcome applications and inquiries.
Interested in an internship? We are always looking for candidates for communications, development, and special events interns. Send your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com to be considered on a rolling basis.
The National Archives Foundation is seeking an energetic, detail-oriented Research and Campaign Associate to support the development department and the upcoming multi-year comprehensive campaign. This position will play an integral role in expanding the fundraising operations of this multi-year campaign and annual fund through prospect research and information management, and strengthening the research processes of the development department.
Under the supervision of the Development Director and working closely with the Executive Director, this role will be responsible for initiating and tracking the Campaign fundraising cycle with new prospects, as well as implementing systems to help maximize the giving potential of current donors. Specific duties of this position include:
- - Assisting the Director in the preparation of Campaign correspondence inclusive of presentations, acknowledgement letters, and gift agreements
- - Maintaining a Campaign calendar (solicitations, follow-up, etc.) and tracking a moves management pipeline
- - Organizing campaign meetings and collateral for customized prospective solicitation and cultivation
- - Using existing in-house and identifying new research tools to develop and update preliminary and full research reports and donor profiles
- - Analyzing the Foundation current donor database to identify new leads
- - Verifying and analyzing the results of wealth screenings to advise the Director and Executive leadership on gift capacity
- - Managing patron movement and information in The Raiser’s Edge , inclusive of contact reports, event invitations, multi-year pledge booking and invoicing, etc.
- - Staying up-to-date on trends in campaigns locally and nationally that would be helpful in ongoing relationship management and identification of new leads
- - Respecting our donors’ privacy by upholding and updating standards for the responsible use of confidential data.
- - Bachelor’s degree and 1-2 year of experience in fundraising research or related research work experience
- - Curious, organized, independent, and analytical professional with strong ethics, leadership, math, and writing skills, and an ability to work well on a team with senior leadership
- - Experience using The Raiser’s Edge, or other fundraising databases preferred
- - A passion for U.S. history, a commitment to education and civic engagement, and an enthusiasm for the mission of the Foundation and the National Archives.
How to apply:
Position open immediately. Resumes reviewed on a rolling basis. Email resume, cover letter with salary preference, and three references (references will not be contacted unless candidate is a finalist):
Patrick Madden, Executive Director
National Archives Foundation
EOE. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted. No calls please.
The National Archives Store seeks a full-time store supervisor. This position assists the Store Manager (SM) and Supervisor(s) in motivating and inspiring the team to achieve store productivity goals. They help manage the payroll budget to ensure the store’s contribution is on target. The Key Holder also provides a strong leadership presence and control in the store while ensuring that all customers receive excellent service and quality merchandise.
Essential Job Functions:
- - Assists SM and Supervisors in overall day to day responsibility for the store.
- - Consistently creates a welcoming environment for the customer by greeting and assisting as well as quickly responding to customer inquiries and needs.
- - Demonstrates desired behaviors for staff including driving sales, handling difficult and/or complicated sales, cash management, inventory control and maintaining excellent merchandising standards.
- - Ensures staff is trained and knowledgeable in customer service, merchandising and operations.
- - Assists SM and Supervisor(s) in assessing staff performance through consistent feedback, coaching, developmental plans, and performance appraisals.
- - Enforces all company policies and procedures, including health, safety, and security.
- - Ensures all pricing, signage, and displays are correct at all times.
- - Performs duties as directed by supervisor.
Qualifications and Requirements:
- - Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- - Two years of retail management experience.
- - Excellent customer service, communication, and organization skills.
- - Possess strong interpersonal skills to communicate with confidence to both internal and external customers.
- - Associates Degree or equivalent experience.
- - Ability to work independently, including in a single coverage environment.
- - Flexible schedule required, including the ability to work weekends and holidays.
- - Excellent time management and organizational skills.
The National Archives receives more than one million visitors a year to view the foundations of our nation’s history; the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights on permanent display year round. The National Archives Store is located in the National Archives building on Pennsylvania Avenue and is convenient to several Metro stations and multiple bus routes.
How to apply:
Email resume, cover letter and 3 previous work or academic references with hourly rate requirements to:
References will not be contacted until candidate is a finalist. EOE. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted. No call please.
The National Archives Store seeks part-time Sales Associates for our busy Spring and Summer season. Job duties will include assisting visitors in the store, answering questions about our exhibits and the National Archives, processing cash and credit card transactions at the registers, restocking merchandise, and assisting shop management with various projects and evening events.
We are looking for individuals who are able to work 24-30 hours a week. Working weekends and holidays is a requirement. Ideal candidates should have exceptional customer service skills, be familiar with the Washington, DC area and its tourist attractions, and possess an attention to detail.
The National Archives receives more than one million visitors a year to view the foundations of our nation’s history-the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights-on permanent display year round. The National Archives Store is located in the National Archives building on Pennsylvania Avenue and is convenient to several Metro stations and multiple bus routes.
How to apply:
Email resume, cover letter, and past work or academic references to:
References will not be contacted until candidate is a finalist. EOE. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted. No calls please.