Exhibit Builder Job Description Sample
Job Title: Exhibit Support
Reports To: Nicholas Conservatory Operations Manager
Location: Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens
Pay Grade: $8.25-$10.50
Length of Season: Late March – Early June 2019
Supports seasonal exhibits at Nicholas Conservatory through supervision of exhibit areas, crowd control, and interpretation of exhibit themes. (Spring exhibit – live butterflies, fall exhibit – lorikeets)
Summary of Duties:
Include, but are not limited to the following
Supervises exhibit to ensure the safety of patrons and exhibit assets
Completes inspections of exhibit space for safety, cleanliness, security, and preventive maintenance needs
Troubleshoots general technical or cosmetic problems in accordance with parameters set by exhibit manager
Communicates to Manager on Duty any exhibit problems or suggestions
Works alongside exhibit volunteers
Learns exhibit information through verbal, written, or demonstrated instructions
Interacts with patrons and interprets information about the exhibit
Provides excellent customer service to patrons
Follows all Rockford Park District safety and organizational policies
Communicates unsafe conditions, patron incidents, accidents, complaints/compliments to manager on duty
Assists other Nicholas Conservatory staff as needed
Performs other duties as assigned
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions
Must be a minimum of 16 years old
High School Diploma (or in-progress)
Must be available to work weekdays, weekends
Ability to work independently
Excellent communication skills
Excellent customer service skills
Excellent problem solving and listening skills
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Light work
Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally
Must be able to perform physically intensive tasks, potentially including any combination of the following: climbing, balancing, stooping, sitting, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, repetitive motions, substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
Must be able to verbally communicate one-on-one and in groups.
Indoor work in the tropical conservatory (conditions may include heat, humidity)
The Rockford Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Exhibit Maintenance Student Hourly
- Routine maintenance (cleaning, lighting, repairs) 50%
- Inventory and data entry of exhibit collections 25%
- Assist Exhibit Designers in installation, refurbishment and exhibit removal 25%
Reliable and able to work independently on projects
Knowledge of hand tools, power tools and repair work as demonstrated in application materials
Willing to get dirty and work in confined spaces
Lift 65 lbs
During the semester term of the appointment, the student hourly must be enrolled in no fewer than 6 credit hours. For summer periods the student hourly must: 1) have been enrolled in no less than 6 hours in the past spring semester or 2) be pre-enrolled in upcoming fall semester in no less than 6 hours or 3) be enrolled in summer session or 4) be admitted to study in the upcoming fall semester. Student Hourlies may be undergraduate or graduate students. (Exceptions granted for GRA/GTA/GA appointments DO NOT apply to Student Hourly appointments).
Experience with a variety of tools, systems, techniques used in repair, maintenance and painting
Adobe creative suite experience
Educator/Performer Senses Exhibit - Temporary
What you see is what you get, right? Maybe not! Your senses and your brain are constantly at work, gathering information about the world around you and making comparisons to your previous experiences. The result is a perceived reality that may be drastically different from someone else's. Your unique senses get the scientific spotlight in an exhibition filled with funhouse galleries that reveal why what we perceive is not exactly what is happening around us.
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is seeking Educator/Performers to engage audiences with an exciting show about YOUR senses in this temporary exhibition. This team will present scripted performances regularly and frequently, using engaging and dynamic stage techniques. Between performances, team members will facilitate proactively in the exhibition, anticipating visitors' interests, needs, and desires for engagement. Facilitating will entail learning content of exhibition. Schedule will include 3-4 regular shifts each week, plus media events, special events, team meetings, etc.
Selected candidates must attend an audition session on either February 20th or 21st.
Position runs March 18, 2019 to mid-August, 2019.
Delivers a program on senses through theatrical performance.
Prepares for program delivery by ensuring content is accurate, logistics are confirmed and set-up/break-down duties are completed.
Assumes an active role in creating a dynamic, visitor focused and inclusive experience for program visitors/ participants.
Impacts and inspires visitors/participants through skillful engagement and accomplished educational practice.
Prioritizes time for frequent and consistent contact with colleagues and volunteers; in person, through email and meetings.
Positively gives and receives critical feedback and encouragement. Participates in trainings
High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor's Degree in science, education or related field preferred.
1 years' experience in teaching/education or performance required.
Driver's License with excellent driving record required.
Evenings and weekend availability required.
Ideal candidate will have:
Has strong experience in improv or interactive theater
Is comfortable working with a wide range of audiences including children, seniors, families, limited-English speakers, and those with disabilities.
Enjoys working one-on one with small groups of people, as well as providing bold performances for crowds.
Has had experience being "in the spotlight" and on one's feet for long periods of time.
We love science.
We are curious, creative and playful.
We cultivate relationships with each other, diverse communities, the environment and for our future.
We think critically and act with empathy.
Please submit your cover letter and resume by February 1, 2019. Resumes will not be accepted after this time.
Applications may only be accepted electronically via the Museum's website www.dmns.org.
Due to the high volume of people who apply, we are not able to respond to specific inquiries regarding your application status.
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is an equal opportunity employer. The Museum is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse staff committed to serving the needs of all our visitors and we encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds.
As Exhibit Interpreter, you will perform a variety of tasks related to providing educational and safety information to the public through informal and formal talks with guests. You may use exhibit graphics, live animals and interactive encounters to inspire the Zoo's guests and deliver conservation education messages. You will also provide awesome guest service to all guests.
Explain the rules of the encounter or exhibit to all entering the exhibit and provide accurate and enthusiastic educational information to guests who enter the exhibit.
Maintain the cleanliness of the exhibit and enforce the rules and regulations associated with the exhibit.
Inspire Zoo guests about conservation in an enthusiastic and energetic way during educational exhibit interpretation opportunities. These opportunities will be done with or without a microphone.
Utilize the Zoo's resources to enhance public talks including biofacts and/or presentation animals.
Provide accurate and enthusiastic educational information to visitors around the Zoo.
Collaborate with Zoo staff to insure accurate dissemination of information as well as maximum use of the Zoo's resources to support conservation education.
Provide support for volunteers and other members of the Education Department as needed.
Provide awesome guest service to all Zoo guests.
Establish and maintain positive, cooperative, and effective working relations with fellow employees.
Constantly exhibit a guest service attitude, a smile, and an obvious interest in guest comfort and service.
Communicate with the public in a courteous and tactful manner and assist guests with questions and directions to various areas of the Zoo. Address the guest - do not wait to be asked.
Remove trash and debris from public area.
Any and all other duties as assigned.
Skills and Qualifications
Ability to work comfortably among a wide variety of people.
Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain positive, cooperative, and effective working relations with fellow employees.
Ability to communicate effectively via a microphone in English, presenting biological, historical and conservation information in a professional manner.
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Ability to work weekends, holidays and occasional after-hour assignments.
Strong desire to work with the public.
Preferred background in theatre or drama or experience in public interpretation.
Ability to work weekends, holidays and occasional after-hour assignments.
Strong customer service background as indicated by educational background and/or previous experience.
Based on an 8 hour workday
Never = 0 hrs Rarely = 0-2 hrs Occasionally = 2-4 hrs Frequently = 4-6 hrs Continuously = 6-8 hrs
Corrected Vision must include:
Normal Distinguishing colors
Normal Depth Perception
Must be able to safely lift at least 15 pounds from the floor to chest level.
Corrected Hearing skills must include:
Normal frequency sensitivity
Normal frequency selection
Ability to withstand outdoor labor in extreme temperatures typical of South Texas.
Speaking skills must include being understandable when speaking:
On the telephone or radio
Flmnh Exhibit Frabrication Specialist
Museum Operations Specialist
The Exhibit Fabrication Specialist is a critical member of the museum exhibit design and fabrication team, fulfilling the following important functions: 1) Plans, designs and builds exhibit structures, custom artifact displays, mounts and armatures. 2) Designs, fabricates, and installs custom components, mounts and displays for exhibit technology, audiovisual and theatrical lighting. 3) Identifies and resolves exhibit maintenance issues, including exhibit structures, lighting installations, audio-visual and technology components. 4) Researches, specifies, purchases, customizes, and installs new exhibit audiovisual and technology components. Must be an excellent team player and provide superior customer service to internal and external stakeholders.
Exhibit trouble-shooting and maintenance: Monitor and maintain in working order all exhibit components.
Identify, trouble-shoot, and repair exhibit structures and components. Coordinate, communicate and resolve complex exhibit maintenance and repairs. Monitor, trouble-shoot, repair and replace theatrical and artifact lighting, control systems, technology, and audio-visual equipment.
Develop and communicate repair and maintenance plans and schedules. Regularly operate carpentry equipment, welding equipment, scissor lift and forklift with appropriate certifications.
Exhibit fabricator: Collaborate with exhibit team colleagues to execute complex projects.
Design, build, fabricate, and install complex exhibit components including finish cabinetry, metalwork and welding, mechanical interactives, theatrical and artifact lighting fixtures and controls, exhibit technology and audiovisual components, display cases, lighting, audio-visual, technology and mechanical components. Design and build custom artifact mounts and displays. Replace, refinish, and repair exhibit structures and components requiring high level of knowledge, skill and attention to detail, Review design drawings and provide fabrication time and cost estimates. Review architectural plans and shop drawings to identify and communicate potential problems and challenges.
Exhibit audio-visual coordinator: Research, identify, install, setup, and maintain new and replacement technology and AV components for exhibits and events.
Artifact case condition management: Monitor and maintain artifact display cases and interior conditions to ideal humidity and temperature ranges.
$35,000.00 - $40,000.00 annually, commensurate with education and experience.
High school diploma or equivalent and five years of relevant experience. Appropriate college course work may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.
Associate degree, coursework, and/or certifications in welding, finish carpentry, or construction; knowledge and experience with audio-visual and lighting design basics, set-up and repair; ten years experience in museum exhibit fabrication, exhibit/event set-up, installation, and strikes.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
This position is open only to current UF employees.
In order to be considered, applicants must upload a cover letter and resume.
Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.
This is a time-limited position.
This position is eligible for veteran's preference. If you are claiming veteran's preference, please upload a copy of your DD-214 Member Copy 4 with your application for consideration. See our Veteran's Preference Page for more specific information.
Health Assessment Required:Yes
Flmnh Exhibit Developer And Educator
Museum Operations Coord II
This position plays a critical role on the Museum's Exhibits & Public Programs team, performing several important roles: (1) develops the educational content for exhibitions, conducts exhibit team planning, and coordinates the exhibit production process; (2) oversees the Museum's Discovery Zone exhibit, designed for young children and their families/caregivers, including planning, developing, and delivering early childhood programs, and overseeing all Discovery Zone operations; (3) conducts mission-related outreach to various stakeholder groups and public audiences.
Exhibit Developer: Member of the Museum's Exhibits Team, responsible for developing exhibit content, including research for and writing of exhibit text, object selection, image procurement, oversight of graphic production, and collaboration with other UF and external stakeholders and experts.
Participates in and sometimes leads exhibit team brainstorming and planning. Tracks project schedules and budgets, participates in funding initiatives. Coordinates team members to manage projects to on-time completion. Supports exhibit-related marketing efforts, docent training, and K-12 and public programming.
Discovery Zone Lead Educator: Oversees all Discovery Zone (DZ) planning, programming, and operations.
Responsible for DZ strategic planning. Develops, implements, and evaluates early childhood activities for natural history learning. Supervises Education Assistant and volunteers, sets schedules, manages budget.
Strategizes and pursues ways to keep budget sustainable through grant writing and fee-based programming. Strives to reach and engage underserved and early childhood community audiences. Collaborates with other UF entities to develop internships, stretch resources, and contribute to research on early childhood education. Works in the exhibit with children and their families/caregivers to facilitate a learning experience (structured programs, drop-in programs, special event activities, and workshops). Helps maintain exhibit as needed and insures visitor safety.
Outreach: Develops and delivers exhibit-related and general natural history outreach to numerous stakeholder groups and public audiences.
Outreach may include both formal and informal presentations in a variety of settings. Helps plan/develop/coordinate and participates in the "Pop-up Museum" program to deliver content-based experiences to audiences outside the Museum's walls. Participates in outreach funding initiatives.
Cabinet Builder 1St Shift
Excellent opportunity to join a growing team. We are seeking someone with experience in wood-working, assembling, finishing and sanding of furniture.
Team culture is incredibly important, so above all we need people who are motivated, hard-working, reliable and excited about building and finishing furniture.
- Verify dimensions or check the quality or fit of pieces to ensure adherence to specifications.
- Measure dimensions of completed products or work pieces to verify conformance to specifications.
- Produce or assemble components of articles, such as store fixtures, office equipment, cabinets, or high-grade furniture.
- Measure materials to mark reference points, cutting lines, or other indicators.
- Set up or operate machines to cut, mold, or shape wood stock or wood substitutes.
- Establish the specifications of articles to be constructed or repaired or plan the methods or operations for shaping or assembling parts, based on blueprints, drawings, diagrams, or oral or written instructions.
- Read work orders or other instructions to determine product specifications or materials requirements.
- Attach parts or sub assemblies together to form completed units, using glue, dowels, nails, screws, or clamps.
- Install hardware, such as hinges, handles, catches, or drawer pulls, using hand tools.
- Attach decorative or functional accessories to products.
- Trim, sand, or scrape surfaces or joints to prepare articles for finishing.
- Trim excess material from work pieces.
- Match materials for color, grain, or texture, giving attention to knots or other features of the wood.
- Compare physical characteristics of materials or products to specifications or standards.
- Perform final touch-ups with sandpaper or steel wool.
- High School diploma and/or GED
- 1+ years experience with wood working, construction and/or assembly experience
- Experience using a table saw, staple gun, tape measure and similar type equipment/tools
- Excellent shop math skills
- Ability to work off of shop drawings and blueprints to determine product specifications to build and assemble
- Ability to lift 60+ lbs. regularly
Company: Smith Brothers Tool
Location: Shelby Township, MI
Position: Builder (Full-time)
Shift: Day Shift
Excellent Benefits Package:
- Health insurance benefits are 100% paid for by company
- Vision insurance benefits are 100% paid for by company
- Dental insurance benefits are 100% paid for by the company
- Life, Accident, & Disability insurance benefits are 100% paid for by company
- 401(k) Plan with Match
- Bonus Program
- Employee Referral Program
- Paid Holidays and Paid Time Off
- Competitive Pay
Smith Brothers Tool Company established in 1981 manufactures a variety of tool fabrication solutions for the Aerospace, Defense, and Automotive industries. We are a premier machining, weld fabrication, and tooling shop that provides in-house design, engineering, building, and certification capabilities. Design and tool fabrication includes assembly tools, lay-up tools, large and small checking tools, mill fixtures, and more.
Some of our customers include Boeing, Bell Helicopter, GE Aviation, Honda Aircraft Company. We are looking for the right person to join our team!
Job Requirements & Duties:
- Must be familiar with Aerospace standards for Boeing, Sikorsky, UTC, Lockheed Martin, etc.
- Ability to lead jobs.
- Must have their own tools and experience on machines such as: bridgeports, boring mills, surface grinders, lathe, etc.
- Ability to drill/ream precision holes (by hand) and can read prints.
- Must have an understanding of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T).
- Other duties as assigned.
- 10+ years experience as a builder in the aerospace industry.
Please complete our on-line application and submit your resume for immediate consideration.
Order Builder (Part-Time) No Experience Required
We have an opening for a part-time ORDER BUILDER position.
Location: Canteen Frackville, 17 Starter Drive, Frackville, PA 17931. Note: online applications accepted only.
Schedule: P/T schedule; Sunday through Thursday, shifts may vary.
Requirement: No experience required!
This position is eligible for an Employee Referral Bonus! If you know someone that would be a great fit for this role, you can refer them to this position and potentially earn an Employee Referral Bonus! Click here to view the step-by-step instructions to refer a friend to this position.
If you have a positive attitude and a love for learning, you may be interested in joining our team.
Canteen is a national vending machine operating company offering vending, office coffee service and dining services through a company and franchise network of over 200 locations in 48 states. Canteen's track record of innovation began in 1929, when company founder Nathaniel Leverone built his business strategy around three timeless principles: integrity, customer focus and innovation.
Full time associates at Canteen are offered many fantastic benefits such as:
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)
Employee Assistance Program
Life Insurance for Associates and Eligible Dependents
Short Term Disability (STD) and Long Term Disability (LTD)
Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
And other voluntary benefits
You pull, pick and stack. But when you are an Order Builder with Canteen, you are more than that. When our guests are hungry, you provide the things they crave. You make people happy. Come join a hardworking team that is dedicated to the communities we serve.
Cash in on growth! You're a team player and we recognize that. When your team makes more, you will too.
On workdays, you can expect to:
Pick fast & pick easy – our smart technology knows exactly how much you need to grab so you will too.
Trash what's damaged – if it's popped, beaten, or uneatable, you'll be the one to toss it.
Skip the gym – you'll be regularly lifting up to 50 lbs. per day.
Dreams of being a manager? As an Order Builder with Canteen, we give you breathing room and space to grow. With us, you'll gain the skills needed for entry-level management. We want to see you soar.
Why work for Canteen? Because you matter to us. At Canteen, we lead our industry by ensuring that wellness, quality and service are our top priorities when working with our trusted clients. But we can't do this without a hardworking team that supports the same values. We want to encourage an inclusive culture throughout our company where everyone feels like they belong, and we'd love for you to be a part of it.
About Compass Group: Achieving leadership in the foodservice industry
Compass Group is an equal opportunity employer. At Compass, we are committed to treating all Applicants and Associates fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily with or without a reasonable accommodation. Disclaimer: this job post is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all essential responsibilities, skills, tasks, or requirements associated with this position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the position posted, the Company reserves the right to modify or change the essential functions of the job based on bu
Museum Exhibit Preparator
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is seeking a flexible and responsive individual that excels in an exceedingly deadline-driven workplace to join the Exhibitions Design and Production Department. A Museum Exhibit Preparator has considerable knowledge of museum exhibit fabrication and installation, working knowledge of furniture design and construction, a wide range of carpentry and cabinet making skills and some knowledge of art conservation principles.
Successful candidate is highly skilled in the operation of carpentry shop tools and other fabrication equipment. Assigned tasks are often under tight deadlines. Preparator frequently adapts to last minute changes.
Performs a wide variety of construction-related tasks for installation of museum exhibitions and building fixtures. Tasks include frame carpentry, finish carpentry, cabinet making, fabric wrapping, and plastic laminate work. Uses specialized materials such as Plexiglas and metals, as required by exhibit design.
Consults with design department regarding mechanical application of design ideas, choices of materials, and construction methods. Advises designers regarding structural engineering of installation projects; provides technical assistance in the design of special climate control systems of display casework, using knowledge of art conservation principles and environmental controls. Assists in material and supply inventory by providing supervisor with lists of material needs and unloading supply trucks.
Helps keep shop safe and in good working condition by maintaining tools and making sure all employees are aware of safety hazards. Regularly reviews project schedule with production shop manager. Reads architectural plans, assesses accuracy, and determines construction methods.
Devises improved and economical methods of exhibit fabrication. Maintains shop records and database of case dimensions and materials. Builds custom furniture for public use, such as benches, tables, information desks, and sales counters.
Designs and builds custom furniture and cabinets for museum staff use, including counters, computer desks, bulletin boards, and conservation worktables. Reproduces and installs architectural details such as moldings and raised panels.
Working knowledge of hand tools, power tools and math applications. Detailed oriented.
Good communication skills. Excellent project management skills. Ability to work collaboratively and effectively on a team.
Ability to use hands to handle tools and equipment, reach with hands and arms, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl. Ability to stand and walk up to 8 hours per day. Ability to lift or move up to 50 pounds.
Advanced Exhibit Preparator experience in an art museum or gallery setting.
Selected candidates must pass a criminal history background check.
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