The Glenbow-Alberta Institute, operating as the Glenbow Museum, is governed by a Board of Governors. The President and CEO directs the ongoing business of the Museum. Glenbow Museum is divided into six distinct areas or work units.
- President's Office
- Central Services
- Glenbow Enterprises
- Access, Collections and Exhibits
- Library and Archives
Each area has its own unique function or functions within the organization and is managed by a Vice President/Director who reports directly to the President and CEO.
Unionized Work Setting
The Museum maintains a unionized work environment, with the majority of staff members governed by a Collective Agreement negotiated between C.U.P.E. Local 1645 and the Management of Glenbow.
Glenbow Museum offers a wide range of benefit options for staff. A full benefits package is available to most regular and long-term staff including a Glenbow Family Membership.
Organizational Values and Beliefs
Glenbow values and believes in the following:
- Protection, maintenance, preservation and accessibility to the collections.
- Challenging, entertaining and educational exhibits and programs.
- Excellence in customer/public service.
- Being part of the community: responding, supporting and building it.
- Maintaining excellence and demonstrating leadership through creativity, innovation, originality and risk-taking.
- Respect for the individual
Principles of Interaction
We work in an environment of mutual respect and support.
In this environment we will:
- be receptive and open to new ideas
- seek and provide counsel and assistance as informed staff members
- respect co-workers and treat them as we would like to be treated
- communicate openly, honestly and thoughtfully
- respect the professional expertise of our colleagues and
- not tolerate abuse