The National Cryptologic Museum Foundation may be reached Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. by telephone, email or fax.
Mary Faletto, Administrator
Robert Hunt, Registry Coordinator
(Vacant - see below), Membership Coordinator
Nancy Arteche, Staff Assistant
Here’s how to contact us:
National Cryptologic Museum Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 1682
Fort George G. Meade, Maryland 20755-9998
(301) 688-5436 or 5437
E-mail NCMF office: cryptmf at AOL
E-mail NCMF Webmaster: ncmfweb at AOL
E-mail NCMF Web Site Adminstrator: ncmfwebadm at Yahoo
If you are an active member of the NCMF and haven't been receiving E-mails from the NCMF it might be caused by (1) we do not have a valid e-mail address for you or (2) your e-mail service provider is blocking our e-mails.
In the case of (1), if you haven't provided us with your e-mail address or it has changed recently please send it to cryptmf and ncmfweb along with your first and last name and we will include you on all future E-mails.
As for cause (2), some providers (e.g., AOL, COMCAST) allow you to block any e-mails that are not from someone you know (i.e., their e-mail address is in your address book). If you are using this option, you have to add the following to your address book in order to receive our e-mails: NCMF@mail.vresp.com (web site Newsletter), NCMFweb@aol.com (general Web Site notes), Cryptmf@aol.com (NCMF Office notices), and NCMFWebADM@yahoo.com (Web site administration responses).
The capability to send E-mails to all active members is being used to advise you of web site changes, provide tips on using the web site, and to give you links to items of interest on the internet. In the future it might be used to send official NCMF correspondence in order to save on the cost of reproduction and postage.
The NCMF has an opening for a membership coordinator to work Thursdays and Fridays from 0930-1600. This is a paid position and proficiency in Windows 8, Excel and Microsoft Word is required.
The office is located in the museum, a unique attraction that is visited by tourists, students and researchers from around the world and you will find working here a rewarding experience. It is a busy job, both educational and fun, and there are frequent opportunities for you to meet the public and interact with the museum staff, receptionists and docents. Knowledge of and interest in the Intelligence Community is a plus.
The position's main duties focus around the Foundation's membership activities. It requires accurate data entry of membership dues and information, learning the membership renewal process and the preparation of membership cards and donation letters. Morning trips to the Ft. Meade Post Office for mail are also required. Preparation of a weekly bank deposit and communication with the NCMF Webmaster and the New Museum Project satellite office are additional job duties.
The Foundation sponsors Quarterly Programs and participates in the Eagle Alliance Golf Benefit in June and the bi-annual NSA Center for Cryptologic History Symposium in October. We also sponsor receptions for the Hall of Honor Ceremony and Museum Exhibit Openings and arrange for promotional displays at reunions, seminars and conferences. These are all interesting, informative and fun events that require your participation. In addition, the staff works together to cover vacations, illness or family emergencies and you may occasionally be asked to change your days to accommodate the office schedule.
We encourage you to make an appointment to stop by and discuss the position. Please contact Mary Faletto, NCMF Administrator, at 301-688-5436 or by email.
- Last Updated - 2/22/2014
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