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EXHIBIT DESIGNER JOB DESCRIPTION

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EXHIBIT DESIGNER JOB DESCRIPTION


SIMPLE CAREER TASKS, DUTIES, ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

This job description (JD) describes the core job duties of exhibit designer occupation:

MAIN JOB ROLES (CAREER TASKS):

1) Plans, designs, and oversees construction and installation of permanent and temporary exhibits displays.

2) Confers with administrative, curatorial and exhibit staff members to define theme, content, interpretative or informational purpose and planned location of exhibit, to discuss budget, promotion and time limitations and to plan production schedule for fabrication installation of exhibit components.

3) Prepares preliminary drawings of proposed exhibit, including detailed construction, layout and special effect diagrams & material specifications, for final drawing rendition by other personnel, basing design and specifications on knowledge of artistic technical concepts, principles and techniques.

4) Submits plan for approval, and adapts plan as needed to serve intended purpose or to conform to budget or fabrication restrictions.

5) Oversees preparation of artwork and construction of exhibit components to make sure intended interpretation of concepts and conformance to structural material specifications.

6) Arranges for acquisition of specimens or graphics or building of exhibit structures by outside contractors as needed to complete exhibit.

7) Inspects installed exhibit for conformance to specifications satisfactory operation of special effects components.

8) Oversees placement of collection objects or informational materials in exhibit framework..

* OTHER WORK DUTIES MAY BE DESCRIBED BASED ON THE BUSINESS/INDUSTRY NEEDS FROM - EXHIBIT DESIGNER - POSITION.


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