With New York State promoting condoms as an essential tool to stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS, one would think carrying condoms wouldn’t be cause for arrest. One would be wrong. Under New York State law, carrying condoms is admissible as evidence of prostitution in a legal case. This means practicing safer sex is one more thing that can lead a sex worker to get arrested.
The Museum of Sex is currently seeking an intelligent, energetic and enthusiastic individual interested in joining the staff the nation’s first Museum dedicated to the preservation and presentation of Human Sexuality.Applications are currently being accepted for a fulltime Visitor Services Manager.
As the Visitor Services Manager daily tasks may include:
· Responsible for Opening and Closing of Museum
· Responsible for proper functioning of Museum Spaces (Exhibitions, Café, Store)
· Oversee Visitor Services (Admissions, Group Sales, Membership)
· Oversee Maintenance staff
· Oversee Security staff
· Scheduling/Training/Supervising part-time staff
· Hiring/Firing/Discipline Staff
· Enforce Museum rules and Regulations
· Preparation of Time sheets/Payroll
· Supervise drawer and deposit counts
· Run and analyze sales reports
· A minimum of 2 years of visitor service experience at a managerial level
· Must be available to work weekends (applicants who do not have weekend availability will not be considered for hire)
· Must have strong customer services and team management skills
· Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision
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Salary is 36,000K
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