We are looking for a creative individual who can work in a fast-paced environment building hands-on museum exhibits. The position supports the exhibits/facilities department to design, build, install, prototype mechanicals, and maintain interactive exhibits for young children. The ideal candidate should be skilled in the use of power tools, and be knowledgeable in the use of various materials including, wood, plastics, metals, and laminates. Knowledge of rough and finish carpentry as well as model making are also desired. The ability to interpret sketches or construction drawings to determine fabrication needs and costs is required. Must be a team player, work well under pressure to solve problems, and meet deadlines. CAD and CNC machining skills are preferred.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, samples of work, salary history/requirements, preference for full-time/part-time/or independent contractor status, and references to Kathy Cannistra at firstname.lastname@example.org (salary is commensurate with experience).
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