Announcement Guidelines and Fees
Job announcements can be for job openings, fellowships, and internships. All job postings must provide a contact name, address, and an application deadline date or indicate that the position is open until filled. Ads without deadlines are posted for two months.
How to Post to the MPMA Job Bank
Members: Institutional and Business Patron/Friend/Partner/Trail Blazer Partner members may post to the MPMA Job Bank at no charge. Members must sign in to post job openings (use the Member Login button [right arrow in Mobile view] in the upper right to sign in). If you are not a member or your membership has expired, click here to join or renew.
MPMA's Institutional Members may post as many job announcements as they wish and at any length.
Members, when posting your job to the Job Bank include the job title, city/state, and the application deadline in the title of the post.
Effective October 1, 2018 MPMA requires that any jobs or paid internships posted to the MPMA Job Bank include the level of compensation (annual salary or hourly wage range). Unpaid internships must include that fact in the posting. Read a statement from the MPMA President on the 2018 Job Bank changes.
Non-members and Individual members: Email job announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org or call MPMA at 402-904-6938 for more information. Job announcement must be a word doc and include full contact info and closing date, if there is one.
Job Posting Fees for non-members (Individual Members receive a 10%discount):
$75 (up to 100 words)
$100 (101 to 200 words)
$200 (no word limit)
$100 for direct link to your job posting on your website
Rates apply for a 2 month period.
Jobs are listed in the order they are received: Most recent postings are at top of list.
Sometimes jobs are filled and MPMA is not notified. It is up to you to contact the organization to see if the job is still available.
Click on Job Title for full information
Newsletter: MPMA links its newsletter to its Online Job bank at no extra charge.
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