Employment Opportunities at CAM

Cameron Art Museum (CAM) is a non-profit private corporation in service to the public of southeastern North Carolina for over 50 years. CAM is committed to valuing diversity and maintains an inclusive and learning environment for all its employees.

CAM - Main entrance of building - exterior


Executive Director

Full-time position

The Executive Director is a full-time position that reports directly to the CAM Board of Trustees. The Executive Director works closely with the Board and the senior leadership team, is responsible for CAM’s strategic planning and holds a high degree of commitment and passion for CAM’s mission. This position oversees day-to-day operations of CAM and handles a wide range of responsibilities contributing to the overall administration of the organization. The Executive Director is an excellent communicator and is the face of the organization to the membership, community, and region. A collaborative relationship-builder, the Executive Director will expand the influence of CAM and its institutional relevancy to the region.

CAM has retained Capital Development Services (CapDev) to assist with professional recruitment. Candidates should include a cover letter and a resume. All material will be kept confidential. If you are interested please apply using the following link: https://capdev.com/positions/cam/


Weekend Cleaning Staff

Part-time position

Responsibilities: The weekend cleaner is responsible for all basic cleaning in and around the main galleria area of the museum.This includes dusting, mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, and cleaning smudges off windows and doors. Ensuring restrooms are cleaned and sanitized, while following health and safety procedures. If interested, please contact Doris Clifton at dclifton@cameronartmuseum.org


Security Guard

Part-time position

Responsibilities: Protect the works of art on view in the museum galleries. Inspect and protect the buildings and grounds. Protect the people at the museum, including the public and staff. If interested, please contact Doris Clifton at dclifton@cameronartmuseum.org