Current Job Openings
Major Gifts Officer
The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation is seeking an experienced Major Gifts Officer. Candidates should have a proven track record of successful solicitation of major gifts. Excellent oral and written communication skills. High level of initiative, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Willingness to travel. Administrative background including campaign and gift planning experience. Read More
Part-time Night Custodian/Commercial Cleaner wanted for summer camp program.
School Bus Driver/Kitchen Steward
Part-time School Bus driver wanted for summer camp program, additional responsibilities are as a Kitchen Steward.
Now hiring seasonal Employees for the National Flight Academy Summer Camp. Custodian/Commercial Cleaner (2 positions available)
Seasonal part-time Night Shift Custodian/Commercial Cleaner wanted for summer camp program. Interested candidates must have at least one year experience in commercial/business cleaning. Resume with references required. 30 – 40 hours per week. Expected start date of May 14. Resumes will be accepted until Friday, May 2, 2014 at 4:00 PM. Candidate must pass drug test, be fingerprinted and have FDLE Level 2 background check completed once candidate accepts the job. Interested candidates should contact TJ Brown at 850-458-7836 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Naval Aviation Museum has a volunteer staff of over 400 people, adding a very important personal touch to each visitor’s experience. Our volunteers perform myriad functions including security, restoration, special events, and hosting tours. Many volunteers have backgrounds in Naval Aviation – giving our visitors a sense of “been there, done that.” We couldn’t open our doors and provide our guests with a high quality experience without the enthusiastic commitment of our volunteers.
How to Apply
Volunteers are needed to work in all areas of the Museum! Please make an appointment to meet with our Volunteer Coordinators, Phil and Maureen Duryea. They can be reached by phone at (850) 452-3604, extension 3139.
Volunteers are asked to commit at least eight (8) hours per month to maintain volunteer status in most divisions. Volunteers work independently with other volunteers and with permanent Museum staff personnel. Volunteer placement is a selective process and not all applicants are accepted into our program. Volunteers will be placed in assignments that are best matched with the applicant’s skills and the needs of the Museum. Qualified applicants will be interviewed and scheduled for an orientation session.