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The Job Bank is our region's resource of job opportunities in the arts and culture industry. You'll find creative and administrative jobs at all professional levels that will help you grow your career. You’ll find opportunities at museums, theatres, historic sites, art galleries, dance organizations, community centers and much, much more.

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February 5, 2021

Professor / Associate Professor, Program Director for Illustration

The University of The Arts
Production & Design

The University of the Arts seeks a renowned, forward-thinking illustrator-educator who is motivated to build an internationally competitive illustration program. The ideal candidate will have the foresight, desire and experience to transform our existing undergraduate Illustration program into one that prepares students in a variety of practices to meet the design challenges of the future. The new program director will show innovation with regard to the wide-range of opportunities available across a constantly changing field and inspire students and faculty in learning communities to further develop the shared design culture here in the School of Design at UArts. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience.

Associate Director for Student Financial Services

The University of The Arts
Administrative

Serves as a strategic partner with AVP for Student Financial Services for the administration and coordination of Federal, State, and institutional financial aid programs.  Supervise the daily operations of financial aid office.  Trains staff members. Counsels students concerning financial aid and student billing. Leads the Office of Student Financial Services in the absence of the AVP/Director.

PART-TIME FACILITIES MAINTENANCE ENGINEER

Please Touch Museum
Operations & Finance
Other

This position is responsible for daily operations of the building including repair, replacement of all building related mechanical, electrical, plumbing, control systems, air handling units, heat exchanger-Life Safety systems. Receives and responds to service calls, takes immediate action to resolve emergency situations and system breakdowns. HVAC, emergency monitoring systems (e.g. fire, smoke, security), lighting systems, electrical, and plumbing. 

LOADING DOCK AND SECURITY ASSISTANT

Please Touch Museum
Operations & Finance
Other

The Loading Dock and Security Assistant is responsible for planning, organizing, and monitoring the receiving, storage, and distribution of mail & package deliveries for the Museum. Ensuring a smooth and consistent operation. Packages and supplies need to be distributed to the proper departments in an effective and efficient manner. The assistant is responsible for all sorting, delivery and pick up internal and external mail and packages and handles the processing of outgoing mail postage. Additional responsibilities include maintenance and operation of the postage meter as well as assistance with security functions within the loading dock area.

Responsibilities include the safekeeping and monitoring of visitors, staff, building, exhibits, parking, and grounds.  Ensure that visitors have a safe, enjoyable experience.

PORTER

Please Touch Museum
Operations & Finance
Other

Porters are responsible for providing efficient, quality service to both PTM guests and staff.  Monitor and maintain the clean appearance of the PTM’s galleries, back-of-house areas, and grounds to ensure an environment that promotes high guest satisfaction.

EXHIBIT SANITATION ASSISTANT

Please Touch Museum
Operations & Finance
Other

The Exhibits Sanitation Assistant works closely with both the Exhibits and Museum Learning teams to complete daily cleaning tasks associated with the sanitation of exhibit props, costumes, and manipulatives. The Exhibits Sanitation Assistant works primarily from the Sanitation Room on the Lower Level of the Museum and will be required to support the Exhibits Technicians their responsibilities as well. Those additional responsibilities include assisting with the collection of dirty props, costumes, and manipulatives from locations throughout the Museum and assisting with the distribution of clean props, costumes, and manipulatives back into the Museum’s exhibits. The Exhibits Sanitation Assistant will be required to follow strict safety and sanitation protocols with respect to the various objects that are being cleaned.

EXHIBITS TECHNICIAN

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Artistic
Development
Production & Design

The Exhibit Technician position works closely with other staff towards the fabrication, installation and repair of in-house, temporary and seasonal exhibits throughout the Museum to ensure the highest quality of visitor experience. A primary focus of this position is the daily care and upkeep of exhibit components as well as troubleshooting and improving the performance of existing exhibit devices, ensuring they are maintained to a high level of usability. The Exhibit Technician works as a member of a design team providing technical, safety and durability expertise. Work is performed according to technical drawings and artist renderings as well as verbal instructions and stated objectives with some latitude for creativity and judgment. Work is reviewed for conformance to museum standards by supervisor. This includes but not limited to, cabinetmaking, electronics, metal work, foams, plastics, and high-level finish painting.

LEAD EXHIBIT TECHNICIAN

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Other
Production & Design

The Lead Exhibit Technician is responsible for the daily care and upkeep of exhibits as well as troubleshooting and improving the performance of exhibits, ensuring they are maintained to a high level of usability.

The Lead Exhibit Technician divides time equally between project managing routine exhibit initiatives and participating in exhibit maintenance, installation, and repairs. The Lead Exhibit Technician serves as project manager for all temporary (traveling) exhibits, including coordination with lending venues for scheduling and logistics, installation, maintenance needs, and de-installation. Other project management will include coordinating external repairs for exhibit components and overseeing weekly inspections for safety and repairs.

Managing Director of Continuing Education

Moore College of Art & Design
Education

Status:                            Exempt

Position:                         Managing Director of Continuing Education

Reports To:                     President

Financial Aid Counselor

Moore College of Art & Design
Other

Status:             Non-Exempt

Position:          Financial Aid Counselor

Reports to:       Director of Financial Aid

Purpose:          The Financial Aid Counselor assists students with the financial aid process.

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