Cyrus Dallin Art Museum

PO Box 266
Arlington, MA 02476

Date Posted:
January 05, 2022

Eastern Massachusetts





The Cyrus Dallin Art Museum is seeking a Treasurer for its nonprofit corporation to oversee the management and reporting of the Museum’s finances. The Treasurer is a volunteer, an Officer of the Museum and attendee of meetings of the Museum’s volunteer Board of Directors.

You will be supported by an outside accountant and staff bookkeeping resources.


· Review monthly savings account records, reconcile monthly bank statements for the Museum’s operating account, and monitor income and expenditures.

· Prepare and present periodic reports for the Board of Directors and grantors reviewing the Museum’s performance to budget and project performance to plan.

· Development the Museum’s annual budget and fundraising plan in collaboration with other board directors and the Museum’s Director/Curator.

· Monitor payment and remittance processes to ensure the Museum’s ongoing solvency, Make recommendations for asset management, and keep the Board of Directors apprised of the organization’s general fiscal health.

· Work with the Museum’s accounting firm to ensure the completion of required financial reporting forms (including the IRS Form 990).

· Provide Municipal Board of Trustees an annual financial report based on the Form 990 filing.

· Attend monthly meetings of Board of Directors (Monday mornings for one hour at 9:30 am).

The Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum is an Arlington organization.  Candidates should have knowledge of accounting practices, QuickBooks and nonprofit operations.  The ideal candidate will be a resident of the Town of Arlington.

How To Apply:

In you are interested in serving as the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum’s corporate Treasurer, please send a letter of interest and resume to Nancy Blanton - or via mail to the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum, 611 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02474.

Apply by:
March 02, 2022
About this Organization:

Cyrus Dallin (1851-1944) was a celebrated, Utah-born sculptor, educator, and Indigenous rights activist who lived and worked in Arlington, Massachusetts for over forty years. Best known for his "Paul Revere Monument" and "Appeal to the Great Spirit" in Boston, Dallin's many public sculptures bring beauty and a unique historical perspective to shared spaces across the nation. In the intimate setting of the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum, visitors experience over ninety artworks spanning the sculptor's sixty-year career.