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Posted April 10, 2017
Project Manager – Interactive Exhibits
Creative Machines Inc.
Tucson, Arizona

Creative Machines is an award-winning design and fabrication firm that creates interactive exhibits and high profile public art installations around the world.

If selected for this position, you would be the glue that connects our clients, our designers, our fabrication team and various subcontractors. You will assume primary responsibility for the budget, design supervision and timetable of large complex projects – multiple museum galleries, groups of exhibits, and trade show exhibits with tight deadlines. A group of 2 to 6 designers will report directly to you and you will be responsible for their productivity. In a given year you may work with 1 to 8 clients on relatively complex jobs that span 6 to 18 months.

Every day, you must keep yourself and your team organized and on schedule to meet our client deadlines. This will require you to think fast on your feet, making minute-by-minute choices about the critical path forward. As projects move through the pipeline, you will need to extend some supervision to the fabrication process.

Send application to: careers@creativemachines.com.

Posted March 31, 2017
Intermediate Exhibit Designer
Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership
New York, New York

Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership (LHSA+DP) is currently seeking an Intermediate Exhibit Designer at our NYC office. Candidate should have a minimum of 5 years of experience working on exhibition and environmental design projects at multiple scales, including traveling exhibits, permanent exhibits, showrooms/commercial exhibits, and museum interiors. Minimum of BA Degree in Architecture, Exhibition Design or Industrial Design required. Please see our website for further details: www.skolnick.com/contact/

Posted March 21, 2017
Exhibit Designer and Fabricator
Maryland Science Center
Baltimore, MD

Full-time benefited position available April 1, 2017.

Design, create, and maintain exhibits, instructional devices, and other things to help us further our mission of inspiring curiosity and fostering knowledge of science, technology, engineering, math, and art. The ideal candidate is comfortable working independently on a tight budget, but is also capable of managing others when the need arises.

More information: www.mdsci.org/about/employment-opportunities/exhibit-designer-and-fabricator/