Air and Space Exhibit Researcher
The Exhibit Researcher is responsible for assisting with project research related to the Air and Space exhibits. This includes conducting exhibit and education research related to air and space, and managing the process and documentation for photo and video acquisition and production. Some budgeting is required. Project focus is the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center opening in 2018. The upcoming Air & Space Center consists of approximately 70,000 sq. ft. of new air and space exhibits, including original space artifacts from NASA and historic and contemporary aircrafts. The position is limited term.
- Research air and space topics for exhibition and education as directed.
- Research and manage photo and video acquisition, documentation, production and exhibition. Maintain photo and video documentation files.
- Coordinate exhibit and photo/video communication and correspondence for RFIs (Request for Information), reviews and approvals.
- Perform other duties as required.
- M.A. in physical science or field related to air and space science such as fluid dynamics, aeronautics, engineering, astronomy, astrophysics or planetary science.
- Knowledge of aircraft and spacecraft design desired.
- Familiarity with the history of U.S. aeronautics and space exploration desired.
- Background in museum work is desired.
- Strong skills in organization, coordination, communication.
- Strong computer skills and familiarity with AV production processes.
- Ability to work efficiently in a team environment.
- Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and work within tight deadlines.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule as required.
Letter, Resume and Salary History (A Must) to the HR Dept.
via fax at 213-744-2673, email to [email protected],
or mail to the California Science Center Foundation, H. R.
Dept, 700 Exposition Park Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90037. No phone calls