Interpretive Designer – P. Bocko [work study]
Location: Keene, NH
Antioch Univ New England
Start Date: 1/3/22
End Date: 5/6/22
Number of Positions: 1
Hours per Week: 10
Weekends Required: No
Evenings Required: Rarely
Supervisor: Paul Bocko
This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes
Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): up to 75%
Method to assess remote work: Work will be assessed in relation to the Ashuelot River Park Master Plan.
The Interpretive Designer will work under the direction of the Ashuelot River Park Advisory Board and Friends of the Arboretum at Ashuelot River Park to develop interpretive materials to engage visitors. Duties will include 1) Investigating the history, master plan, and existing plant and tree species of the arboretum (2 hrs.); 2) Collaborating closely with members of the board and friends group to identify the interpretive signage that will be created (4 hrs.); and 3) Designing interpretive signage for board approval and final installation (4 hrs.). “Signage” may include interpretive markers at interesting arboretum plant communities, a hard copy and or electronic map, interactive signs, information placed on a welcome kiosk, and web-based resources. Members of the board and friends group welcome additional ideas based on an applicant’s graduate studies and professional experience. NOTE: This job can be a workstudy or NON-workstudy position.
Exhibit and interpretive design experience is a plus and preferred. However, a diverse group of applicants is welcomed who may have transferable skills, related design experience, and a willingness to learn.
How to Apply: Contact supervisor, share cover letter and resume.
Email: [email protected]
Position Type: Work Study
Department: Antioch Center for School Renewal – Education Department
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