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Posted October 25, 2021
Exhibit Specialist
National Park Service, Harpers Ferry Center
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Salary Range: $72,750–$113,362

This position provides technical support responsible for the fabrication, production, installation, and contract administration of three-dimensional, indoor, and outdoor museum exhibits in the National Park Service (NPS). The incumbent coordinates the fabrication, installation, and administration of contracted media projects to ensure that contracts are properly administered, and projects comply with NPS policy and media standards. The Exhibit Specialist collaborates with park staff, project managers, media professionals, and contractors to develop and implement project scopes, schedules, budgets, and staffing needs that best satisfy NPS goals and objectives.

To apply, visit USAJobs.gov. Job Announcement #: WO-1614-HFC-21-11242850-DE.

Posted October 22, 2021
Exhibitions Manager
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
Richmond, Virginia
Salary Range: $50,000–$65,000

The Exhibitions Manager works collaboratively to implement seasonal exhibitions and related programming that supports the Garden’s mission, engages our community, and encourages visitation. They ensure the safe, secure, timely, and successful completion of all necessary designs, budgets, contracts, schedules, coordination measures, logistics, and program offerings for exhibitions. They supervise exhibition installation, implementation, evaluation, break-down, and reporting. The successful candidate will be an intuitive, creative, resourceful, innovative, flexible and experienced leader with a proven record of success in designing and managing exhibitions, projects, or programs in gardens, arboreta or other cultural nonprofit organizations. The Exhibitions Manager will embrace and represent the diverse community and region that we serve and ensure relevance of exhibits for all audiences. For full job description and application instructions, visit https://www.lewisginter.org/visit/about/employment.

Posted October 14, 2021
Project Manager, Exhibits Department
The Scott Family Amazeum
Bentonville, Arkansas
Salary Range: $47,500–$62,818

The Scott Family Amazeum is a hands-on, interactive museum in Northwest Arkansas that creates a fun environment where risk taking, imagining, problem solving, discovery, collaboration, and exploration bring children and adults together to learn and grow.  The Project Manager for the Exhibits Department will collaboratively lead the Amazeum’s Creative Studio team in planning, development and co-creation of a variety of small- and large-scale interactive exhibits and immersive experiences. This position is multi-faceted and includes but is not limited to managing the coordination, schedule, budget, client and vendor relationships, and subcontracts for concurrent projects, and producing reports and updates for stakeholders.  As the Project Manager you will manage project processes through all phases of design, fabrication, and installation.  Projects will be focused on indoor and outdoor experiences, interdepartmental projects, and external client-based work. For more information and to apply for this position visit our website: https://www.amazeum.org/about/careers/

Posted September 30, 2021
Senior Exhibit Developer
Long Island Children’s Museum
Garden City, New York 
Salary Range: $60,000–$65,000

The Senior Exhibit and Program Developer researches, develops, and evaluates topics for exhibits, interactive components, and educational programming.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Research and develop topics, learning strategies and curricula for exhibits and educational programs, as part of a team.
  • Support grant writers with research
  • Conduct front-end, formative and summative evaluations of exhibits and its components.
  • Interface with the visitor to gauge their interest and engagement with the museum experience.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years experience in exhibit development and education; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) in Museum Studies or related field from a four-year college or university or equivalent work experience.
  • Must have extensive knowledge of evaluation methods.
  • Must have knowledge of pedagogy.

Please visit our web site at www.licm.org for complete position details.

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter, including salary requirements, to: resumes@licm.org. No phone calls or walk-ins, please.

Long Island Children’s Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Posted September 3, 2021
Curator
National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Salary: $62,500, Benefits Paid

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is the only congressionally chartered museum in the nuclear field. It tells the story of the Atomic Age, from early developments such as the Manhattan Project and Cold War, to today’s peaceful uses of nuclear technology such as nuclear medicine and energy.

The Museum Curator will serve as the content expert for all areas of museum’s mission context as it relates to collections and exhibitions. This will include research, writing, editing, administration of technical advisory review process and setting curatorial collaboration of exhibitions, public programming, communications regarding collections, community engagement, participation in collections acquisition activities, and responses to external scholarly inquiry activities. Visit nuclearmuseum.org for more details, and send resume and cover letter to the museum’s Deputy Director at jhayden@nuclearmuseum.org.

Posted September 3, 2021
Exhibits Technician
National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Salary: $35,000, full-time, paid benefits

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History tells the story of the Atomic Age, from early developments such as the Manhattan Project, to today’s peaceful uses of nuclear technology.

The Exhibits Technician is responsible for all technical aspects of museum internal and external exhibit maintenance and restoration program activities in Heritage Park, a 9-acre outside display field where seven fixed-wing aircraft are displayed as well as other historical objects. Under the supervision of the Director of Exhibits and Facilities, this individual will be the leader of a group of volunteers and occasional staff that will take on the restoration of objects in Heritage Park on a project-by-project basis, as well as other interior projects. Visit nuclearmuseum.org to learn more about this position. To apply, send cover letter and resume to rpainter@nuclearmuseum.org.

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