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Museum Director, Clayton Museum of Ancient History
Effective Date: December 4, 2017
The Clayton Museum of Ancient History featuring the Stanback Collection opened in fall 2015 and features a collection of antiquities, with the core of the collection focused around the Roman soldier. Housed in a 6,400 square-foot space in the Phyllis J. Mackey Center, in the two years since it opened the museum has welcomed a more than 10,000 guests.
The museum director reports to the college provost and will:
Manage guest services
Recruit, hire and train college work study students
Recruit and train volunteers
Manage, maintain, and secure the collection
Develop educational programming in collaboration with campus and community partners
Implement a comprehensive public relations plan in partnership with campus and community partners
Work with the college advancement office to secure ongoing and special funding
Strong organizational and time management skills
Exceptional written and oral communication skills
Ability to meet and relate well with a variety of ages and groups of various size
Ability to recruit, train, and motivate volunteers
Bachelor’s Degree in history preferred
Academic preparation in museum studies preferred
Experience working in a museum or archival collection preferred
For job description and information about job application, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The position will remain open until filled.
IT Support Technician
Effective Date: Sept. 1, 2017
This position assists the Director of Information Technology in maintaining and troubleshooting campus network and computing systems, including school-owned computers, network equipment and wifi, servers, software systems, audio/visual equipment, and peripherals.
Essential Job Functions:
Support for Microsoft Windows PCs, including MS Office and other applications, hardware, and peripherals. Support for network and A/V equipment, including wiring and wifi. Support and train users for web apps such as G-Suite (Google) Apps. Customer service and training for technology needs.
The successful applicant will have a student-first attitude and hold a bachelors degree in a computer or math-related field or any bachelors degree with at least one year experience in a computer-related field. This position requires someone who is detail-oriented, enthusiastic, and able to keep abreast of current technology trends.