|Employment Status:||Full-Time Hourly, non-exempt|
|Reports to:||Director of Exhibits, Wiess|
Repair and maintain high-end exhibit components and themed environments.
- Fabrication of displays and electrical components to support functionality of the exhibit.
- Construction of industrial panels using typical industrial wiring practices.
- Proficient in use of power and hand tools.
- Willingness to learn other skills as necessary for laminating, trimming, wood working.
- Capability to read and understand shop production drawings.
- Demonstrate attention to detail; display understanding of overall panel design and functionality.
- Handle multiple tasks and perform work in a fast paced environment.
- Establish and maintain effective and professional working relationships with co-workers.
- Maintain neat and clean work area, complying with procedures rules and regulations.
- Effectively communicate with staff and 3rd party vendors to efficiently complete each task given.
- Other duties as assigned
- Have 3 years of experience working in a custom fabrication or a public facing repair and maintenance environment for interactives.
- Have experience with the following fields: finish carpentry, plastics, audio visual, Arduino/ Rasp PI, electrical engineering, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
- Be self-motivated, professional, and be able to work in a team environment.
- Have proven, strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong attention to detail
- Safe operation of shop tools and equipment
- Coordinate daily tasks and varying priorities with team lead, subcontractors, and other fabricators.
- Inspection of all work to make sure it is in compliance with drawings, sketches, scope of work, and other provided documentation and/or verbal instructions.
- Preplan projects to have supplies, materials and tools ready ahead of time.
- Keep workspace neat, clean, organized.
- Create and maintain detailed documentation for all assigned projects including parts lists, vendor information, where necessary.
- Must possess the ability to frequently remain in a stationary position, perform a wide range of physical activity that includes moving and positioning self into a variety of areas, work confidently while on ladders, scaffolding and work on high lift (certification on high-lo is preferred or on-the-job training will be required).
- Must be able to work in both confined and public spaces in the museum.
- Ability to consistently move and position equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.
- Must comply with the museum’s COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccination protocols
To apply, please submit resumes to email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted through Thursday, October 14, 2021.