Employment

Employment

Preparation and Security Assistant
The Preparation and Security Assistant provides essential support to the preparation and security departments of the Museum. Under the supervision of the Lead Preparator, the Preparation and Security Assistant works with contractors and preparation and registration staff in all aspects of art handling, packing, storage, and other art preparation duties. This position assists with exhibition design and installation in collaboration with preparation, registration, and curatorial staff. Under the supervision of the Security Supervisor, the Preparation and Security Assistant also aids with monitoring and maintaining the Museum's facilities and provides the critical oversight necessary to ensure the Museum, its assets, and its patrons are protected.

This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position that reports to the Lead Preparator and Security Supervisor. A bachelor's degree and three years' experience in art handling and exhibition installation are required.

Application Instructions
For the complete posting, full requirements, and application, visit the Washington University employment website at jobs.wustl.edu, reference number 43641, or use this link.

Assistant Educator, Learning and Interpretation
The Assistant Educator, Learning and Interpretation facilitates the Teaching in the Galleries student educator program and implements a broad range of PK–12 school and teacher programs, including but not limited to teacher workshops, educator guides, and curriculum-based tours. This position is responsible for coordinating all tours for visitors from on and off campus, including scheduling student educators, overseeing events calendars, conducting related internal and external communications, and leading tours and workshops when necessary. The Assistant Educator, Learning and Interpretation tracks education event attendance, assessment data, and departmental activities as well as assists in other areas of the education department as needed.

This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position that reports to the Head of Education and Community Engagement. A master's degree in art history or equivalent is required.

Application Instructions
For the complete posting, full requirements, and application, visit the Washington University employment website at jobs.wustl.edu, reference number 43331, or use this link.

Student Employment & Internships

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