Employment Opportunities
Curatorial Department
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Intern Position for Collections & Exhibitions
Exhibition Intern I
Special Project: The Art of Video Games

Qualifications/Requirements
• Minimum 6 hours required per week (1 shift/day per week) during   museum open hours, including weekend days
• Must be available for a training day prior to the exhibition opening   (3 hour training)
• Currently enrolled student in good standing
• A professional demeanor and appearance
• Strong verbal communication skills

Description
The primary role of this position is to assist the FIA for the duration of the upcoming exhibition The Art of Video Games (10.25.14–1.18.15). This position will be stationed directly in the galleries and will attend to visitors.

Responsibilities
• Greet visitors
• Assist visitors in using the consoles, kiosks, and games
• Report any problems immediately to the Assistant Curator or   appropriate staff on call
• Clean consoles at the end of the shift
• Proper uniform required (t-shirt will be provided)
• Other tasks as assigned by the Assistant Curator

Contact
Please send application and resume to:
Ashley Phifer
Assistant Curator
Flint Institute of Arts


**NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE**
position description   position application

Intern Position for Collections & Exhibitions

Curatorial Intern
Schedule: 2–5 days/week, Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm
Dates required: At least three months
Compensation: Unpaid

Description
Reports to Curator of Collections and Exhibitions. Duties include conducting research on permanent collection and objects on loan; writing labels and audio guides for objects; organizing and filing information; as well as daily tasks relating to the collection.

Qualifications/Skills

• Currently enrolled student in good standing, working toward B.A.   or M.A. in Art History, Museum Studies, or related field

• Excellent research and writing skills and familiarity with   databases

• Must be able to follow detailed instructions

• A professional demeanor and appearance

Application deadlines
• Fall semester: August 15, 2014
• Winter semester: December 5, 2014
• Spring/summer semester: March 27, 2015

Please email application and resume to:
Tracee J. Glab
Curator of Collections and Exhibitions
Flint Institute of Arts


**NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE**
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Curatorial AV Technician (part-time)
Special Project: The Art of Video Games

Description
Reports to Curator of Collections and Exhibitions. The primary role of this position is to assist the Curatorial Department in the installation and maintenance of the special exhibition The Art of Video Games (October 25, 2014–January 18, 2015). This position will assist the department with all technology in the exhibition including, but not limited to, projectors, televisions, exhibition kiosks, and video game consoles. Must be available during museum hours, including evenings and weekends, starting September 2014 through January 31, 2015. Hours will be flexible and will range from 20 to 30 per week depending on tasks required.

Qualifications/Requirements
• High school diploma
• Minimum two years audio visual experience
• Must have skilled knowledge of computers, all home video game   consoles, projectors, televisions (smart and synchronized), and   other A/V equipment Ability to work in a team environment
• A professional demeanor and appearance
• Strong verbal communication skills
• Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

Responsibilities
• Set-up and operate audio and video systems
• Perform minor repairs and routine cleaning of technology   associated with exhibition
• Daily inspection of exhibition Notify supervisors when problems   occur
• Diagnose and resolve media system problems
• Other tasks as assigned by Curatorial Department

Please email resume and three references by
September 5, 2014
to:


Tracee J. Glab
Curator of Collections and Exhibitions
Flint Institute of Arts


**NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE**
Education Department
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Art Educator
Reports to Curator of Education

Summary
Part-time, Non-Exempt
This position is responsible for planning and conducting K-12 outreach programs, gallery lessons, and studio activities as needed.

Position Responsibilities
• Planning and conducting comprehensive art lessons for groups participating in the K-12 art program.
• Providing written assessments of student progress as required.
• Organizing and hanging student exhibitions.
• Organizing and maintaining art supplies.
• Assisting other education staff in presenting education programs as needed.

Qualifications

• BA or BS in art education from a recognized college or university. • Michigan K-12 Teaching Certificate required.



Abilities Required
• Ability to drive a car and lift up to 20 pounds

To Apply

Send cover letter, resume, and list of 3 references to:

Art Educator Search
Flint Institute of Arts
1120 E. Kearsley St.
Flint, MI 48503
810.237.7327 (fax)
flintartsed@me.com
No phone calls, please.

Disclaimer
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
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