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SCIART-L August 2000

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Part-time positions

From:

Rosemary Volpe <[log in to unmask]>

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SciArt-L Discussion List-for Natural Science Illustration- <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 17 Aug 2000 14:38:16 -0400

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Hi everyone--

There are 2 part-time positions open here at the Yale Peabody
Museum's Graphics Lab that I've been asked to spread the word on. In
case anyone is interested descriptions are in the attached text doc
(saved out of Netscape), but I clipped the short descriptions below.

I can answer questions about the museum, but the positions are not in
my department. I don't know anything about salary, but jobs of 20+
hours do carry benefits. Info on benefits, etc. can be found at
Yale's job postings site at http://www.yale.edu/hronline/xtrack/  (to
see the postings search using Peabody Museum as the keywords under
Clerical & Technical positions older than 2 weeks), but I've been
told that if you want salary information it's best to get a live
person on the phone at the Yale Human Resources Department
(203/432-5703).

Good luck!

Rosemary

1. This is strictly a production job; the Graphics Lab designs and
produces almost all the printed matter for the Museum, including
signage support for exhibits. There is no illustration involved,
although they're looking for someone creative with a good sense of
design.

Printing Representative II              Requisition #: CCPN5989
(Graphic Production Asst.)
Department: Peabody Museum
Schedule/shift: Part Time - 20 HRS; Weekdays 9:00am-1:00pm

Job Description:
Design and produce a variety of publications, print pieces, directional
signage, exhibition graphics, and related materials for the programs,
activities, exhibitions, public spaces, and behind-the-scenes needs of the
Peabody Museum.

2. Doesn't necessarily involved scientific illustration. The Lab
prefers someone with some experience in this area.

Exhibit Designer               Requisition #: CCPN5988
Department: Peabody Museum         Work Site: PM
Schedule/shift: Part Time - 20 HRS; Weekdays 9:00 - 1:00 PM
Job Description:
Design and assist in the development and installation of exhibitions.
Provide illustrations for exhibits, publications, and public spaces.



To print these jobs, use your browser's print function (usually File->Print)          Back to search results (or use your browser's back button)   ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Exhibit Designer Requisition #: CCPN5988                                Posting Date: 7/14/00 Department: Peabody Museum Work Site: PM Salary Grade: D Duration: REGULAR - 12 MONTHS Schedule/shift: Part Time - 20 HRS; Weekdays 9:00 - 1:00 PM Internal applicants send bids to: Christine Pedevillano, 155 Whitney Ave. Job Description: FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE General Purpose Design and assist in the development and installation of exhibitions. Provide illustrations for exhibits, publications, and public spaces. Essential Duties of the position 1. Work closely with curators and others to conceive, design and develop museum exhibits. 2. Prepare sketches, floor plans, layout drawings, scale models, construction drawings, and specifications of exhibitions and exhibition components for review, fabrication, installation, fundraising, and public relations purposes. 3. Work with curators, guest curators and the Assistant Director for Public Programs to propose design modifications, determine methods and materials to best complete the job, develop time and cost estimates, and organize and track work flow. 4. Work with the Construction Shop to evaluate and maintain the condition and appearance of existing exhibits. 5. Work with the Preparator to design and plan mounts or supports for specimens and artifacts for new exhibits or to improve existing ones, to develop or revise and repair existing dioramas, and to devise other installation elements involving painting, illustration, casting, and the like. 6. Work with the Construction Shop, Preparator, Collection Managers, and others participating in the installation of exhibits to insure that each installation reflects the intentions of the curator and the Exhibits Committee, and others involved the exhibit's development to maintain the aesthetic and quality standards of the Peabody Museum. 7. Assist in the installation and dismantling of exhibits. 8. Work with the Graphic Designer to devise the graphic look of individual exhibitions and associated publicity and other materials; provide specifications for graphics for exhibitions and assists in overseeing the production and installation of exhibition graphics. 9. Work with the Graphic Designer to train and oversee students, casual staff, interns and volunteers. 10. Perform clerical functions incidental to design activities. Experience and Training 1. Six years of related work experience with four of them in the same job family at the next lower level, and a high school level education; or four years of related work experience and an Associate degree; or little or no work experience and a Bachelor's degree in a related field. 2. Experience in a multi-dimensional design studio or in a museum exhibit development and production 3. Preferred: Coursework or completion of a graduate program in art, exhibition design, or graphic design. Skills and Abilities 1. Familiarity with computer technology and facility with Mac-based graphics programs (Illustrator, PhotoShop, Quark Xpress, PageMaker, etc.) and computer-assisted design software (such as Mini-CAD). 2. Facility in painting and illustration methods. 3. Facility in model building. Facility in construction/fabrication drawing. 4. Facility in sculpture and/or casting techniques and materials. 5. Willing to work some extra hours from time to time.   ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Printing Representative II Requisition #: CCPN5989 (Graphic Production Asst.) Posting Date: 7/14/00 Department: Peabody Museum Work Site: PM Salary Grade: D Duration: REGULAR - 12 MONTHS Schedule/shift: Part Time - 20 HRS; Weekdays 9:00am-1:00pm Internal applicants send bids to: Christine Pedevillano, 155 Whitney Ave. Job Description: General purpose Design and produce a variety of publications, print pieces, directional signage, exhibition graphics, and related materials for the programs, activities, exhibitions, public spaces, and behind-the-scenes needs of the Peabody Museum. Essential duties of position 1. Design and produce print pieces, signage, and other graphic materials, such as flyers, announcements, invitations, publicity and educational materials for the museum and its component departments (e.g., including Events, Membership, Development, Public Relations, Public Education, Volunteers, the Discovery Room, Museum Shop, the Director's Office, the Business office, and the collection divisions) utilizing Mac-based graphics software. 2. Under the supervision of the head of the Graphics Lab and the Assistant Director for Public Programs keep track of individual jobs, following the Lab's tracking system, monitoring each for timeliness, quality, and client service. 3. In conjunction with the head of the Graphics Lab, work closely with clients to provide alternative designs for client review where appropriate, develop an initial design, and implement editorial and design changes. 4. Attend to urgent and high priority jobs promptly, handling a high volume of detailed work smoothly, calmly, efficiently, and with a high level of client service. 5. Provide clients with information about costs and alternative approaches. Develop cost and time estimates. 6. Stay current with developments in the print industry, desktop publishing, and vinyl signage field, computer hardware, software, and printer technology. 7. Work with exhibition designers, consistent with the overall exhibition design and Peabody Museum style guides, produce exhibit graphics and exhibit-related materials. 8. Work with the head of the Graphics Lab to train and oversee students, casual staff, interns, and volunteers. Experience and training 1. Six years of related work experience with four of them in the same job family at the next lower level, and a high school level education; or four years related work experience and an Associate degree; or little or no work experience and a Bachelor degree in a related field (commercial or fine arts or graphic design) or an equivalent combination of experience and education. 2. Experience in a graphic design studio, multi-service print shop, or in museum exhibit development and production. 3. PREFERRED: Coursework or a graduate degree in design. Skills and abilities 1. Familiarity with computer technology and facility with Mac-based graphics programs (Illustrator, PhotoShop, Quark Xpress, PageMaker, etc.). 2. Facility with vinyl sign-making technology and production. 3. Willing to work some extra hours form time to time.   ------------------------------------------------------------------------     Printable version generated on 14:26:02, 8/17/00 using data posted on                                   8/17/00.                       Copyright 1998 Yale University
------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rosemary Volpe Phone: (203) 432-9804 Publications Office Fax: (203) 432-9816 Peabody Museum of Natural History [log in to unmask] Yale University http://www.peabody.yale.edu 170 Whitney Avenue, P.O. Box 208118 New Haven, CT 06520-8118 USA

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