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Spanish-Language Content Curator For Global Tech Giant - Temp To Perm
A popular tech platform with offices in San Francisco is looking for a hardworking and detail-oriented Content Curator to work with them ASAP. This is a 3-month contract position with the potential to go full-time.
For consideration for this role, candidates must be completely fluent in Spanish. Candidates must also possess flexible availability as needed depending on workload.
In this role, you will be responsible for the curation of premium content posted on the platform. You will report on the most popular events within the platform. You will also evaluate content related to these events in real-time, and select optimum subject matter for further research, analysis, and visibility within the platform. You must be constantly aware of important news events, and be able to maintain focus under pressure of competing deadlines and multiple projects.
Additional qualifications include:
· Bachelor’s degree in Journalism or similar field
· 2+ years of experience working in fast-paced journalism
· Verbal and written fluency in Spanish a must
· Demonstrated background in content curation and analysis
· Strong sense of what makes premium content
· Thorough understanding of current events and world news
· Adaptable, calm, and diligent workstyle
· Experience using popular social media tools (Facebook, Instagram, etc.)
This position requires additional availability on nights and weekends. For consideration, please submit your current resume.
We will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
Imaging Data Curator
PhD in Biology, Physics, Bioinformatics, or a related field, or a master’s degree and 3 years’ experience in image data analysis.Technical expertise in microscopy, molecular biology, bioinformatics or related field.Experience with modern microscopy experiments and their data types.Additional
Experience working with OMERO, preferably as a system admin or developer.Experience with REST APIs, relational databases, software development environments, and version control.Working knowledge of Python.Familiarity with controlled vocabularies and ontologies.Ability to work independently, manage own time and learn quickly.Project management skills including team management, issue management, and change management.Strong verbal and written communication skills.Ability to understand scientific literature, experimental procedures and their limitations, and current needs of the research community.Additional Information:This is a 2 year term appointment with a strong possibility of renewal.Department:Biomedical InformaticsPre-Employment Screening:Education, IdentityJob Function:Information Technology
Duties & Responsibilities:
We are looking for a motivated Imaging Data Scientist to join the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School, for an exciting opportunity in steering how cutting-edge imaging data from the NIH Common Fund 4D Nucleome (4DN) Network will be collected, curated, and displayed.The 4D Nucleome Network applies cutting edge sequencing and microscopy experiments, and integrative data analysis to understand the principles underlying nuclear organization and the role nuclear organization plays in cellular function. The 4DN Data Coordination and Integration Center (DCIC) is hosted at the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School.
The DCIC collects, curates, stores, and processes the data generated by the Network, and contributes to the data integration efforts of the network.The Imaging Data Curator will be a part of the team responsible for creating and managing the metadata necessary to describe the high-throughput data produced by the 4DN consortium. The individual will act as a liaison between the genomics and software expertise at the DCIC and the imaging labs in the 4DN network, and will guide the integration of an existing imaging database management tool (likely OMERO) to the 4DN DCIC database. The individual will participate in the specification, design, and implementation of tools that integrate, search, and display the data, working closely with other data curators, and the software engineering and bioinformatics staff.
The successful candidate must be able to learn and work independently, yet collaborate effectively with co-workers.The Department of Biomedical Informatics is a leading hub for computational biology, translational bioinformatics, and precision medicine. Based on the Harvard Medical School Longwood Campus, the 4D Nucleome DCIC is part of a vibrant community of scientists, physicians, and engineers whose goal is to advance the boundaries of knowledge. The working environment combines the best features of a startup (fast pace, flexibility, flat hierarchies) with those of one of the leading medical schools (excellent benefits, outstanding opportunities for learning, great resources, name recognition).Links:http://dcic.4dnucleome.org/http://data.4dnucleome.org/School/Unit:Harvard Medical School EEO Statement:We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.
Producer, Comedy Curator
Requisition ID 17-1251
Job Title Producer, Comedy Curator
Location New York
Type of Position Regular
Job Description Location: New York, NY
Position Type: Regular
The Producer/Comedy Curator splits their time between producing and editing Spoke original content, monitoring and improving sound quality on the Spoke app, and identifying and curating excellent audio. The producer primarily works with comedy content as part of their curation-related responsibilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Produce and edit audio alongside Spoke curators.
Ensure consistent sound quality.
Work collaboratively to continue to build Spoke's sonic identity.
Provide hands-on editing support to other Spoke curators.
Curate comedy content and grow a community around that content.
Discover/identify relevant audio content from both inside and outside SiriusXM.
Cut that audio content into social, consumable pieces.
Help support Spoke content on social media.
Write engaging headlines and descriptions for the audio content.
Assign metadata and upload the content into a content management system.
Organize and curate the content into meaningful listening experiences.
Help train our backend tools to develop our language-processing technology.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant experience.
Minimum 1 year of experience with audio.
Application of excellent judgment in knowing which content should have the greatest visibility and priority at any given moment.
Expert understanding of comedy content, including a familiarity with comedy podcasts and professional experience creating and/or curating comedy content required.
Expert internet research skills.
Audio editing, production and design skills.
Requirements and General
Ability to write clean and creative copy, and craft headlines that make people on Facebook want to click and share.
Interpersonal skills and ability to interact and work with staff at all levels.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Ability to pay attention to details and be organized.
Willingness to take initiative and to follow through on projects.
Desire to grow as a producer, and to grow colleagues' production skills.
Excellent time management skills, with the ability to prioritize and multi-task, and work under shifting deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
Must have legal right to work in the U.S.
Thorough knowledge of MS-Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access).
Knowledge of Adobe Audition.
Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop a plus.
Experience in a content management system a plus. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
- Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled. The requirements and duties described above may be modified or waived by the Company in its sole discretion without notice. Company EEO Statement Our goal at SiriusXM is to provide and maintain a work environment that fosters mutual respect, professionalism and cooperation. SiriusXM is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, alienage or citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, gender identity, marital status, familial status, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.
Content/Social Media Curator
Own the editorial calendar based on projects and needs by maintaining, updating, and overseeing completion of projects
Assist in building and implementing blog and social media strategy
Research current market trends
Utilize SEO to improve traffic to our websites
Use Google Analytics to measure performance and effect
Create content for social media pages, brand websites, and blogs
Help build and maintain the unique brand identity
Own the content strategy
Coordinate and work closely with the project manager to execute on sales and projects
Be able to measure performance and make decisions based off of numbers
Manage team with different personalities and skill sets Requirements
Must submit a cover letter that includes a piece about marketing one of our company products in 100 characters or less. (Check out any of our brand websites: Idealshape.com, idealfit.com, or idealraw.com)
Ability to work on a team with various personalities and work individually
Somebody who is meticulous and can articulate tailored messages through various mediums
Passion for social media and using it in the business environment
Driven individual who is willing to learn through research and experience
Some experience with Google Analytics is preferred
A flexible schedule to work between 30 to 40 hours is preferred
Familiar with Content Management Systems such as WordPress is preferred
Previous leadership experience is preferred Benefits Full-time employees are eligible for health, dental and vision plan, life and supplemental plans, PTO, and 401(k).
Curator For Latin American, Iberian, And Latino Studies
With a collection that exceeds 46 million items, and a mission to advance knowledge and inspire lifelong learning, the New York Public Library stands as one of the world’s great public research libraries. Its four research centers provide opportunities for engagement with in-depth and unique collections, inspirational reading rooms, exhibitions, programs, and a range of research services. NYPL’s collections on Latin America, Iberia, and the Hispanic experience in the United States constitute an international resource of considerable importance, measured by the depth and variety of the research materials held, and the large numbers of unique and scarce materials in the collections. The Latin American collections span the history of the region from the earliest rarities to present-day publications and are rich in primary source documents, literary texts, ephemera, and many other resources that serve both the scholar and student. Collections on Spain and Portugal are equally extensive, with particular strengths in literature and history, including manuscripts and rare books from the Golden Age through the Age of Discovery and the Spanish and Portuguese colonial period in the Americas. Building on these historic strengths, the Library has continued to document the history and literature of Latinos in the United States, particularly in New York City. The broad scope of NYPL’s collecting over the years has resulted in a collection that provides extraordinary opportunities for interdisciplinary research across the full range of humanities and social science topics, and, consequently, within each of its four research centers. The Curator for Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies provides essential leadership in the development, management, and promotion of the Library's research collections in these areas. Based within the Collections and Research Services department, which is responsible for establishing a unified strategic vision for NYPL’s Research Collections, the Curator works collaboratively with staff across the Research Libraries to coordinate the development of the collection and the delivery of research services that help position the Library as a vital resource to support learning, creativity, scholarship, and enterprise. The Curator will provide strong and effective subject expertise and leadership in developing and promoting the Library's collections documenting Latin American, Iberian, and Latino culture, serving as the primary spokesperson for the collection, and undertaking activities that advance expanded use and other strategic goals. In support of teaching, learning, and scholarship, the Curator will contextualize the collections in a variety of ways, including through exhibitions and publications, and will facilitate digital humanities and other scholarly projects, and collaborate on the development of public programming and educational resources. The Curator is responsible for raising awareness of the collections and cultivating new communities of users, including a supportive donor base. The Curator will actively engage in fundraising activities to support the needs of the collection, fellowships for researchers, and new initiatives. Drawing on an understanding of the collection’s historical strengths, its use, and scholarly trends, the Curator will plan for, communicate, and implement strategies to build and shape the collections, and will investigate and make specific recommendations for special collections acquisitions across the Library, including the cultivation and pursuit of major new archival acquisitions. The Curator will maintain and strengthen existing institutional partnerships and identify and initiate opportunities to collaborate on new approaches to building collections and promoting their use to both a national and international audience.
Promotes scholarly, educational, and general use of the collections in collaboration with divisions across the Research Libraries, in particular, the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, the Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and the Library for the Performing Arts
Participates in the ongoing evaluation and assessment of the collections to identify and build on collection strengths
Identifies and makes recommendations for the acquisition of special collections. Explores new areas for further development of the collection and cultivates potential donors of materials; manages an acquisitions budget; coordinates a collaborative team approach for ongoing development of the general research collections
Actively engages with researchers by providing consultative services; cultivates and builds strong relationships with the academic community through classes, outreach, and strategic partnerships
Works closely with the Development staff on fundraising activities by identifying new opportunities, cultivating donor relationships, and preparing grant proposals, and other reports
Identifies, evaluates, and prioritizes materials for digitization initiatives and helps facilitate the use of digital collections
Collaborates with the Exhibition staff on the preparation of exhibitions that highlight the collections; develops thematic narratives, selects materials, prepares interpretive materials, and supporting publications
Keeps abreast of the changing needs of researchers in the field, as well as emerging trends in research libraries, higher education, and humanities and social science scholarship in general
Establishes a record of participation in and contributions to the profession by serving on committees and representing the Library at professional organizations, conferences, and various public meetings
Evaluates and makes selections of collection materials in languages other than English, in particular, special collections, including archives, rare books, and other formats.
Engages in fundraising and donor relations.
Develops concept and content for exhibitions.
Prepares scholarly articles and other interpretive materials for publication; prepares donor reports and grant applications.
Analyzes and prioritizes opportunities for collaboration in outreach and digitization projects.
Accountability and Professionalism – Demonstrates enthusiasm for and commitment to the position and accepts responsibility for personal actions.
Customer Service – Commits to meeting the expectations of internal and external customers. Listens and responds effectively to customer questions; resolves customer problems to the customer’s satisfaction; respects all internal and external customers.
Collaboration and Teamwork – Supports a positive team environment in which members participate, respect and cooperate with each other to receive desired results.
Job-Specific Knowledge and Skills - Plans, prioritizes, and organizes work effectively to produce measurable results; keeps current with and effectively applies new work methods, skills and technologies to complete work.
Ph.D. in topic related to Latin American history or Hispanic literary studies, or an MLS from an ALA-accredited program and advanced relevant subject degree.
Minimum of five years of relevant professional experience in an academic or research library, or cultural organization setting or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills, including the ability to speak and write effectively in both English and Spanish.
Fluency in English and Spanish.
Demonstrated knowledge of current practices and emerging trends in humanities and social sciences scholarship and research libraries in general.
Successfully demonstrated experience in public speaking, as well as teaching and instruction that promotes the use of primary source documents.
Successfully demonstrated ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment.
Demonstrated knowledge of special collections, including archival research.
Record of professional engagement and contribution, such as research, publication, and involvement in pertinent professional and scholarly organizations.
Successfully demonstrated analytical skills and familiarity with various assessment methodologies.
Working knowledge of Portuguese and at least one other Western European language.
Familiarity with library preservation practices.
Experience with the preparation and curation of exhibitions. Office Research Library Environment Non Union ID: 2017-9966 Department: COLLCTNS Collections Strategy Office External Company URL: www.nypl.org
Museum Curator (Music)
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Summary This position is located in the Division of Culture and the Arts
, National Museum of American History (NMAH), Smithsonian Institution (SI). The incumbent carries out the research, collections management, exhibitions development and educational mission of the museum with direct emphasis on American material culture in music, with varying emphasis on each function depending upon museum and individual projects at hand. The incumbent participates in activities across subject areas and organizational divisions, serving on exhibition teams, standing committees and ad hoc working groups. The incumbent may also have the opportunity to contribute to the Museum’s jazz, Latinx, or other American roots music programs as a performer. Learn more about this agency
1.Researches American history as it relates to American music, music history, and the American music industry, as well as the connections between America’s diverse populations and their role in the development of America’s arts and entertainments, through objects and collections in areas stretching from America’s colonial era to the modern day. 2. Collects and manages large and diverse collections which provide the basis for interpreting American history through the material cultures of different peoples, times, regions and groups and within the context of the broader society. 3. Researches American history primarily through objects and collections as well as traditional primary and secondary written and printed sources of documentation. 4. Responds to inquiries from scholars, collectors, students and the general public, developing and providing information appropriate to the inquiry. 5. Plans and develops exhibition concepts for showcase and similar exhibitions or as part of a larger exhibition team.
Travel Required Occasional travel
- Travel may be required by this position.
Supervisory status No
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… This Merit Promotion position is open to Current Federal Employees and Former Federal Employees with permanent status or reinstatement eligibility. Individuals who are eligible for a special appointing authority may also apply such as Individuals with Disabilities (Schedule A), former Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, and Vista volunteers; certain Military Spouses, or individuals eligible under various programs for Veterans (VRA, VEOA, 30% disabled). Questions? This job is open to 5 groups. * #### Job family (Series) 1015 Museum Curator
Conditions of Employment
Pass Pre-employment Background Investigation
May need to complete a Probationary Period
Maintain a Bank Account for Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer
Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered with Selective Service. Qualification requirements, including one year time-in-grade at the next lower grade level for promotion candidates, must be met within 30 days of the job announcement closing date. For information on qualification requirements, see Qualification Standards Handbook for
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All applicants must meet these Basic
(You must submit unofficial school transcripts): 1. Degree: museum work; or in an applicable subject-matter field; or 2. Combination of education and experience -- courses equivalent to a major, as shown above, plus appropriate experience or additional education; or 3. Four years of experience that provided knowledge comparable to that normally acquired through the successful completion of the 4-year course of study as shown above. In addition to the Basic Requirements listed above, you may qualify for this position if you possess the Selective Factor and Specialized Experience below:Selective Factor:Experience working at a scholarly level in the field of American history as it relates to music, with a research focus and expertise on at least one of the following areas: American Roots music, Rock and Roll, Jazz, and the American music industry. In addition to meeting the Selective Factor above, applicants must possess one year of specialized experience. You qualify for this position if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-11 level in the Federal Service or comparable pay band system.
For this position specialized experience is defined as researching, collecting or exhibiting American material culture in music, including musical instruments, recordings and scores, in historical context, demonstrated through a range of research products including scholarly articles, teaching, lectures, oral histories, archival holding, museum collections, exhibitions, and/or public programming and musical performance. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Part-time and/or unpaid experience related to this position will be considered to determine the total number of years and months of experience. Be sure to note the number of paid or unpaid hours worked each week.
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How You Will Be Evaluated You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above
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- Once the announcement closes, your application will be automatically evaluated and rated by the system and a Human Resources Specialist. To determine if you are qualified for this job, a review of your application and supporting documentation will be made and compared against your responses to the occupational questionnaire. The numeric rating you receive is based on your responses to the questionnaire. The score is a measure of the degree to which your background matches the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of this position. If, after the Human Resources Specialist reviews your resume and/or supporting documentation, a determination is made that the score you have received is not a true reflection of your qualifications and/or experience, your score can and will be adjusted to more accurately reflect the information you provided that support your abilities. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating. Your resume should provide detailed information regarding how your education and experience relate to this position, including the major duties and qualifications criteria listed. Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA): If you are applying for a VEOA appointment, you must be a veteran and must be honorably separated and either a preference eligible or have substantially completed 3 or more years of active service. ("Active Service" under this law means active duty in a uniformed service and includes full-time training duty, annual training duty, full-time National Guard duty, and attendance, while in the active service, at a school designated as a service school by law or by the Secretary concerned.) A veteran who is released under honorable conditions shortly before completing a 3-year tour is also eligible.
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Future plc is an international publishing and media group, and a leading digital business. Founded in 1985 with one magazine, today we have offices in London, Bath, Bournemouth, Leamington Spa, New York, San Francisco and Sydney. At Future, we don’t have a headquarters; we believe in teamwork that transcends location.
Our focus is in the core areas of consumer technology, games, entertainment, music, science and knowledge, field sports and photography. At Future, we’re constantly innovating. We are passionate about what we do.
Behind our titles is a team of world-class editorial, creative and tech talent working together to connect, inspire and entertain our global audience. Sitting alongside are a team of business specialists who support every aspect of Future’s operation.
The eCommerce department is the fastest growing department in Future, and some might argue in all of publishing. Our purpose is to unite readers with content that helps them make important buying decisions and make it easy for them to find the best deals on the products they want to buy.
Job Summary & Purpose
Working with the Head of eCommerce and our excellent team of US editors you will be responsible for providing our US audience with the best possible deals available in the market on the products they are researching. You will ensure that we have the right retailers represented in our eCommerce shopping widget, Hawk and that the products and prices are correct so that we can provide a friction free transition for our readers from product research to buying.
Key role responsibilities
- Matching correct product to the contents of an article
- Identifying key retailers that should be represented
- Identifying opportunities to add new retailers
- Identifying price fluctuations and ensuring editors are informed of new deals
- Working with editors to ensure they are supported
Essential skills and experience
- High levels of attention to detail
- Excellent communication skills
- Knowledge and passion for technology and retail
- Understanding who the retailers are in key categories
- Highly organised and methodical
Lead Conent Curator
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
We’re looking for a dynamic team member to be responsibly for creating content and engaging with the various platform channel's fan-base on a day-to-day basis. This position will also assist in developing our brands voices. We need to fill this role with a person who is creative, task oriented and willing to run with an idea.
A successful candidate will be able to handle content curation, content creation, project management and social media while being an engaged member of our team.
Other duties include:
- Social Media Management
- Content Creation
- Content Curation
- Brand Strategy
- PR Outreach
- Excellent organizational skills & result driven
- Proficient in Internet, email, Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs, etc. Ability to work as a team or independently as needed
- Strong verbal & written communication skills
- Ability to problem solve
- Positive attitude and can-do spirit
Scientific Data Curator
Scientific Data Curator easy apply
salary:$30 - $35 per hour
date posted:Thursday, January 4, 2018
reference:594160 easy apply
description The Scientific Data Curator is responsible for identifying the data needs of drug discovery scientists, informaticians and data scientists and obtaining, organizing, and curating data to address complex research questions. Specific emphasis of the role includes the integration, validation and organization of genomics datasets and complex biological data. The Scientific Data Curator will be a member of the global NX-TMS/Knowledge Engineering team. Based in Cambridge, MA, The Scientific Data Curator work collaboratively with scientists, informaticians and IT professionals in the global organization.
Work with knowledge engineering team to develop and test curation workflow tools, provide user support for stakeholders to promote curation at source.
Use ontologies and terminologies to assist in the disambiguation, semantic integration and organization of a wide variety of biomedical data sets.
Work collaboratively with programmers, bioinformaticians, project managers, and research scientists to enable high quality, timely curation and preparation of datasets for loading into a genomics warehouse.
Work collaboratively with programmers, bioinformaticians, project managers, and research scientists to enable high quality, timely curation and preparation of datasets for loading into a genomics warehouse.
Identify needs for the improvement of data curation workflows, and will propose and implement solutions
Able and willing to independently learn and adopt new technologies and be hands-on.
3 or more years of experience in drug discovery informatics or drug discovery research. A strong preference will be given to candidates with industry experience.
Detailed knowledge of ontologies relevant to molecular biology, medicinal chemistry, genomics and/ or drug discovery.
Demonstrated experience in the curation and integration of data relating to one or more of biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, molecular biology or genomics.
Excellent knowledge of genetics, genomics, and biomedical research required, in depth knowledge of a disease related research area such as cancer genetics or immunology a plus
Excellent knowledge of SQL and relational databases.
Knowledge of Triple Store databases, RDF, and Linked Data approaches would be a strong advantage.
Experience in using text mining software APIs or automated interaction with one or more text mining applications an advantage
Experience with automated selection of corpora, biomedical entity-recognition and disambiguation, and the automated detection of entity relationships would be an advantage.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work as a member of a data curation/ integration team.
Graduate degree in a biomedical discipline or graduate degree in computer science, or 3 or more years of equivalent experience in biomedical research, familiarity with genomics technologies and analysis methods as well as facility with scripting or automated tools to prepare large data sets
salary:$30 - $35 per hour
date posted:Thursday, January 4, 2018
Curator Of Exhibitions - Urban Institute For Contemporary Arts
Summary of Position: Since its incorporation 40 years ago, the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) has offered the West Michigan community innovative experiences in the latest art forms and exposure to the newest creative ideas.
Today, we present programs in visual arts, film, dance, literature, performance art and music, and provide artists with exhibition space, sales support, and educational opportunities all under one roof. UICA provides a forum for inclusive community dialogue, challenges stereotypes, and promotes arts and cultural awareness. UICA’s new building at 2 Fulton West features unique galleries on four floors, a state-of-the-art movie theatre, a 1,000 sq. ft.
Youth Studio, and a 3,000 sq. ft. Art Commons. In 2013, UICA merged with Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University (KCAD). This partnership allows UICA to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of KCAD, which lends operational and administrative support for its programs and events.
UICA retains its own Directors and staff of program professionals who are responsible for curation, implementation and development. UICA seeks an innovative and ambitious Curator to join a small, dedicated team of arts professionals committed to fostering new forms of expression, promoting community collaboration, and providing genuine experiences with contemporary art. The Curator is a liaison for UICA and responsible for engaging with a diverse cross section of the community on a consistent basis.
As a core member of the leadership team at UICA, the Curator will assist in fulfilling the mission to build a creative community in Grand Rapids. The Curator creates, plans, and executes all exhibition programming and oversees the production of content designed to engage audiences in the artistic programs. The Curator serves as a representative of UICA to the regional, state and national arts community.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in art, design, museum studies, or related field. Required Work Experience:
At least three years museum and/or gallery experience curating, organizing, and installing exhibitions. Preferred Qualifications (include Education, Skills, Experience): Master’s degree in art, design, museum studies, or related field with 4-5 years of museum and/or gallery experience curating, organizing, and installing exhibitions. Proposed Salary: $46,500 Location: Kendall - UICA - Grand Rapids
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