Under the direction of the Exhibits Coordinator, assists with the development and design, fabrication, installation, documentation, and maintenance of the Arctic Museum exhibits, as well as the de-installation of exhibit displays.
Required: High school diploma or GED: some college coursework is preferred. Also required: working familiarity with hand tools and power tools; the ability to read technical drawings; ability to work with care and extreme attention to detail; demonstrated command of basic Microsoft Office or equivalent computer programs. Minimum of two years of experience relevant to museum exhibition work, including working with hand and power tools, as well as computers.
Year round, part time; schedule to be determined, additional hours possible. Normal work day is 8:30 am-5:00 pm twice a week and 8:30 am-12:00 pm once a week. Other configuration is possible.
Salary range: $18.50-$23.00
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Open until filled.
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