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Posted July 14, 2017
Tellus Science Museum
Cartersville, Georgia

Tellus Science Museum seeks a Curator to oversee its collection of minerals, rocks, fossils, flight and space materials, and scientific equipment. This position supervises the acquisition, maintenance, care, documentation, preservation, and use of the collections, and serves as a subject matter expert in the fields of geology, specifically mineralogy, petrology, and paleontology. Master’s degree in geology, with in-depth knowledge of mineralogy, and paleontology, and two years museum experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience preferred. Ph.D. and experience in a non-profit organization is a plus. Basic knowledge of registration methods, artifact handling, accepted preservation/conservation techniques, and database management needed. EOE; Drug free workplace. For full job description visit tellusmuseum.org/about-us/employment. Successful candidates are responsible for relocation cost. Deadline for applicants is August 25, 2017. Please submit resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Resume@tellusmuseum.org or to Tellus Science Museum, PO Box 3663, Cartersville, GA 30120 Attn: Curator Job Posting

Posted June 28, 2017
Exhibit Designer
Omaha Children’s Museum
Omaha, Nebraska

The Exhibit Designer is responsible for creating interactive components for special exhibits, traveling exhibits and permanent exhibits. This position is also responsible for supporting the lead exhibit designer and coordinating the rental of exhibits to other institutions. This position will work closely with internal team members to ensure that all work fulfills the mission of Omaha Children’s Museum.

For more information, please visit careerlink.com/job/0649-000513-exhibit-designer.

Posted June 27, 2017
Science and Technology Curator
South Carolina State Museum
Columbia, South Carolina

The South Carolina State Museum seeks a creative individual with a working knowledge of science and technological history as it relates to South Carolina for the position of Science and Technology Curator.

The S.C. State Museum is a multidisciplinary museum with a permanent collection and dedicated galleries that focus on the Art, Culture, Science and Technology and Natural History of our state. The museum’s science and technology collection focuses on scientific and technological instruments made, used or connected to the state from the 18th century through the present ranging from automobiles, telescopes, textile machinery, televisions and radios and more.

For more information about this position and to apply please visit scmuseum.org/about/employment.