WORKING AT VIZCAYA
Vizcaya is a National Historic Landmark estate rooted in the history of Miami—a bayfront oasis minutes from downtown. Our team of committed professionals works collaboratively to preserve Vizcaya’s artistic, historic and environmental resources to connect past and present and to shape the future.
Vizcaya is focused on Diversity, Equity, Accessibility and Inclusion (DEAI) as well as relevance to our community. We offer excellent medical insurance, generous leave time, retirement benefits and a minimum wage of $18/hour. Join our team and contribute to the cultural vitality and environmental sustainability of Miami and the world around us.
For questions regarding employment at Vizcaya or to apply to open positions, please email us.
The Community Programs Coordinator oversees the coordination, implementation, and evaluation of creative, mission-based community programs to attract and engage diverse audiences across Miami.
Through community programs, this position will deepen engagement, increase attendance, and uplift community voices. Vizcaya’s value as a vital and relevant communitycentered place. The position is on the Engagement & Cultural Resources Team in the Community Partnerships, Programs and Interpretation Department and reports to the Manager for Community Partnerships and Programs.
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The Construction Project Manager provides professional, administrative work in the management of construction projects by authorizing and monitoring the work of architectural and engineering consultants and contractors. The position is on the Capital Projects Team in the Facilities Department, and reports to the Construction Manager.Read More
The Custodial Worker is responsible for maintaining a clean environment in a safe manner. Another key responsibility is providing logistical services for meetings, programs and rentals. The position is on the Finance and Operations Team in the Facilities Department and reports to the Maintenance ChiefRead More
The Gardener is a hands-on position that performs general landscape maintenance duties and assists in ensuring the effective care of horticultural displays and living collections. The position is on the Engagement & Cultural Resources Team in the Horticulture & Sustainability Department and reports to the Senior HorticulturistRead More
The Lead Conservator is the primary person responsible for the care, preservation, and conservation of the site’s collections which include furnishings, decorative arts, textiles, paintings, outdoor sculpture, and architectural features and historic finishes both interior and exterior.
Given the integral relationship between collections and the buildings and gardens that house them, the Lead Conservator is also involved in the historic preservation of the estate. The Lead Conservator reports to the Director of Art and Artifact Stewardship and supervises one FT Assistant Conservator, one FT Collections Care Specialist, two FT Collections Care Technicians, two FT Historic Preservation Specialists and one or more interns.
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The Learning Program Facilitators conduct guided experiences and facilitate learning programs for a variety of museum audiences primarily through school and community programs. In addition, Learning Programs Facilitators support visitor services, and on select occasions, admissions operations.Read More
The Maintenance Repairer’s responsible for monitoring, repairing, updating, and replacing components of the facility’s systems, structures and buildings—inside, outside, and on the estate’s grounds. The position is on the Finance and Operations Team in the Facilities Department and reports to the Maintenance Chief.Read More
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for assessing equipment issues and problems, determining methods of repair or replacement and performing cyclical maintenance as required. The position is on the Finance and Operations Team in the Facilities Department and reports to the Maintenance Chief.Read More
The Museum Security Officer ensures the safety and security of Vizcaya’s property (including its art collections), visitors and staff. The position is on the Finance & Operations Team in the Safety & Security Department and reports to the Chief of Safety and Security.Read More
The Payroll & Benefits Administrator performs a variety of professional administrative and accounting work with emphasis on technical tasks related to payroll and benefits and preparation of payroll financial reports, statements, and special financial analysis. The position is on the Finance & Operations Team in the Finance and Business Office. The position reports to the Director of Finance.
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The Urban Farm Horticulturist is a hands-on position that manages the daily care and ongoing restoration of Vizcaya’s historic landscapes and works with the Urban Farming Programs Manager to develop and manage Vizcaya’s urban farming program. The position is on the Engagement & Cultural Resources Team in the Horticulture & Sustainability Department and reports to the Horticulture Manager.
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The Urban Farming Programs Manager is a new position that launches as the restored 12-acre historic Vizcaya Village opens to the public. This role works to engage local communities and students with urban farming and create dynamic opportunities for broad and specific audiences through programs and partnerships.
This position manages the weekly Vizcaya Village Farmer’s Market by coordinating vendors and partners, overseeing operations and budget, and incorporating experiences for various audiences. Click below to learn more and apply.Read More
The Videographer and Multimedia Producer plays a key role in increasing the museum’s brand awareness while educating our audiences through storytelling by leading coordination and execution of long-form video content. The position is on the Marketing and Client Services Team and reports to the Director of Marketing.
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Vizcaya offers volunteer (unpaid) and paid internship opportunities in its various divisions for the fall, spring and summer terms. Internships provide candidates with the opportunity to build professional and academic skills and experience. In addition, interns are invited to participate in the daily activities of the division in which they are working as well as in related special projects, if their schedule and assignment allow. Internship schedules and supervision vary, based on the division and assignment. Internships can be offered for academic course credit with prior approval from an educational institution.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens seeks a graduate student to digitize historic estate correspondence and financial records, and to create associated metadata.
The intern will scan historic records, edit images, and create both master digital files (TIFFs) and access and reference files (JPEGs), and will create descriptive metadata for the digital surrogates. This internship is on the Engagement & Cultural Resources Team in the Art & Artifact Stewardship Department, and reports to the Museum Archivist.
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Additional Internship Opportunities
If you’re interested in additional internship opportunities, please forward your resume, cover letter with area of interest to Internship@vizcaya.org.
Internships, paid or volunteer, are not complemented with the benefits offered to Vizcaya Museum and Gardens employees. There is no coverage for medical, dental, vision, legal or life insurance, and no retirement plan options. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, age, disability, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, status as a victim of domestic violence, dating violence or stalking, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.