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Posted September 19, 2017
Exhibit Developer
San Francisco, California

The Exploratorium is looking for a new Exhibit Developer! Exhibit developers are the primary staff responsible for exhibit creation, from idea generation and concept development through design and fabrication. Exhibit development at the Exploratorium emphasizes iterative prototyping and incorporates input from outside advisors, public visitors, and project team members including project directors, other exhibit developers, graphic designers, writers, scientists, and evaluators. This is a regular, full-time position that includes benefits.

For more information and to apply: exploratorium.applytojob.com/apply/iaau0AX4bh/Exhibit-Developer?source=ASTC

Posted September 15, 2017
Senior Exhibit Developer for Science Centers, Children’s Museums, Cultural Organizations
Gyroscope Inc.
Oakland, California

Gyroscope is looking for a Senior Exhibit Developer to join our collaborative studio bringing their creative insights, writing expertise, organizational aptitude and vision for the future of museums. Their role will be to act in all facets of a project at all levels of development including feasibility studies, strategic planning, concept and master planning, and all design phases through to installation.

Full-time, salaried position

Before submitting a cover letter and resume, please contact Tasha Leverette (tasha@gyroscopeinc.com) to request a full job description.

Posted September 15, 2017
Director, STEAM
Boston Children’s Museum
Boston, Massachusetts

The Director, STEAM works on exhibit development projects and manages the STEAM Team. Programs include the Mini-Maker Faire, TechKitchen and contemporary art installations.

Candidates should be an exhibit and program developer with experience in many stages of the development process, and possess a wide skill-set including: a creative, innovative, hands-on approach to STEAM in museum programming and exhibits, and passion for making, inventing and building. Experience with program development for young audiences. Experience with access and accessibility and family engagement. 7+ years exhibit and program development experience in museum setting or equivalent, with 10+ years relevant experience overall. Advanced degree, or subject expertise, in Education and/or STEM field required, with strong knowledge of STEM education and experience bridging art and science.

Full posting: www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/about/employment/director-steam

To apply, email materials to Jobs@BostonChildrensMuseum.org.

Posted August 21, 2017
Director of Exhibit Business Development
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Portland, Oregon

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, located in Portland, Oregon is seeking a full-time Director of Exhibit Business Development to lead the Exhibit Sales team to establish optimal resourcing plans and enable teams to effectively execute against plans by providing business insight and decision support through innovative reporting and analytics that drive continuous process improvement. Position pays $59,000 – $77,000 per year. To learn more about the position and apply, please visit omsi.applicantpool.com/jobs/176884.html.

Posted August 21, 2017
Exhibit Developer
Conner Prairie Museum, Inc.
Fishers, Indiana

Principal Function: The Exhibit Developer is responsible for developing and managing key aspects of exhibit and experience development for new exhibits, as well as revisions or additions to existing experiences.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Duties include, but are not limited to:

  1. Develops and writes conceptual documents, scripts, storylines and labels.
  2. Consults with other museum staff or performs necessary research to ensure exhibits and experiences are historically and scientifically accurate.
  3. Serves as Project Manager for core and extended teams relating to exhibition development.
  4. Works with teams of staff and outside consultants to develop, design and test exhibits.
  5. Collaborates with Evaluation Department on formative, summative and remedial evaluation of experiences and exhibits.
  6. Remains current in informal learning theory and best practices with family learning in informal environments and applies these to the design process.

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