Job Posting: Collections Assistant, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC

*** Edit 9/28 – This is a repost to correct “All Grades” questions. Applicants who applied previously MUST reapply to be considered. 

Summary

This position is located in the Collection Management Department of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Smithsonian institution’s museum of international modern and contemporary art. The Collection Management Department is responsible for the care, preservation, and documentation of all works of art at the museum, whether from the Museum’s permanent collection or on loan from other institutions. The incumbent serves as the assistant to the director of collection management, providing technical assistance in the broad areas of collection stewardship.

Duties

  • Assists in maintaining standards, policies, and operating procedures for acquisitions, receipt, deaccessioning, loans, packing, shipping logistics, conservation, physical care, storage, documentation, and inventory.
  • Prepares and maintains the departmental budget worksheets in Excel, monitors
    expenditures for supplies, equipment, and travel.
  • Orders equipment and supplies associated with the functions of the Collection Management Department and tracks the orders during the procurement process.
  • Checks and keeps accounts of conservation lab supplies of adhesives, papers, fabrics, chemicals, solvents and reorders them when necessary.
  • Manages the digital assets for the department, including entering conservation reports, images, and other pertinent information into the Museum’s database (TMS).

Qualifications

Experience: You qualify for this position if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-5 level in the Federal Service or comparable pay band system. For this position Specialized experience is defined as entering financial data into software packages, filing, meeting and greeting people, and working with professionals that care for and preserve artworks.

Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

Part-time and/or unpaid experience related to this position will be considered to determine the total number of years and months of experience. Be sure to note the number of paid or unpaid hours worked each week.

Or Education Grade 7: One full year of graduate level education related to the position or Superior Academic Achievement may be substituted to meet the specialized experience requirement.

Or a Combination: Education and experience may be combined to meet the basic qualifications; for example, a half year of experience and a half year of education in the field may be qualifying.

Apply by: October 11, 2016

Full post: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/451769900

Job Posting: Digital Collections Coordinator (PT, Temp), Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, GA

High Museum of Art
Digital Collections Coordinator (Temporary/Part-time)
Department: Photography/Collections
Reports To: Keough Family Curator of Photography & Head of Collections
Employment Status: Temporary/Part-time

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Digital Collections Coordinator will manage all photographic and technology requirements for a one year collections digitization initiative funded by the Woodruff Arts Center.

WORK SCHEDULE:

  • Part-time, Monday – Friday with flexible hours as determined by the photography schedule
  • Limited to one year term starting from hire date

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Collections Management:
    • Work with the Images & Rights Coordinator to schedule and manage photo shoots to produce high-quality digital images and video of artworks in the High Museum of Art’s permanent collection
    • Create shoot lists and plan a year-long schedule for the project
    • Work with Associate Collections Manager and Preparators to arrange movement of art work for photography, and return art to home locations afterwards
    • Work with Curators to identify priorities for the digitization project
    • Fact-check object data in collections management system and make corrections and/or updates as directed by the curator and/or registrar, according to style guidelines provided.
    • Assist photographers during shoots, including some art handling
    • Organize and archive new digital assets and ensure accuracy of metadata
  • Administrative:
    • Manage and track spending and project budget under the oversight of the Associate Collections Manager and Image & Rights Coordinator
    • Prepare and submit payments for invoices related to the project
    • Prepare periodic updates on project progress to be presented to project managers in curatorial, interpretation, and registration departments
    • Manage monthly meetings with all necessary Digitization project staff; Arrange meetings as necessary

QUALIFICATIONS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Education and Experience:
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Familiarity with digital and analog image formats and technology is critical
    • Familiarity with photography equipment (cameras, lights, backdrops) preferred
    • Working knowledge of museum cataloging systems with a strong preference for experience with The Museum System (TMS)
    • Familiarity with collections management best practices
    • Experience in an art museum or gallery performing tasks that include art handling and collections management
    • Knowledge of art history helpful
    • Highly proficient with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook (email/scheduling) and similar databases and digital imaging technology, including Photoshop. Training on TMS will be provided.
    • Must be well-organized and detail oriented.
  • Language Skills:
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Ability to write professional correspondence.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with museum staff and other professional affiliates
  • Mathematical Skills:
    • Experience in bookkeeping preferred.
    • Ability to maintain project files, keep budget, and process invoices.
  • Reasoning Ability:
    • Ability to solve practical problems and prioritize needs in a variety of situations where standardization is limited and immediate decisions are necessary.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions: Some standing, walking, bending, frequent use of hands, stooping and light lifting (at least 10 pounds) is needed; the noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Full post: http://www.woodruffcenter.org/HRJobdetails.aspx?jobid=1849

Job Posting: Collections Manager, Baylor University, Waco, TX

Purpose

The purpose of this position is to serve the Art’s Department by assisting the Martin Museum of Art Director with the conservation and maintenance of all art collections managed by the Martin Museum of Art, and work with the Office of Internal Audit with the research and management of artwork on campus.

Job Duties

Essential Functions:

  • Maintain McMullen Family Collection.
  • Conservation and management of all artwork managed by the Martin Museum of Art.
  • Update computerized records and research information associated with collection items and artwork managed by the Martin Museum of Art.
  • Assist with multiple aspects of exhibitions including installation, insurance reporting, condition reporting, and shipping.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

Required Education: Master’s
Field of Study: Art, Art History, Museum Studies, or a related field
Other Required Qualifications:

  • Experience in museum collections required (1 year minimum, 3 years preferred).
  • All employees are expected to fully support Baylor’s mission to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caring community.

Full job description: https://www1.baylor.edu/jobdescription/?posn=312405

Full post: http://jobs.baylor.edu/postings/1430

Job Posting: Curator – Robert C. Larson ’56 Art in the Library Program, Carleton College, Northfield, MN

Purpose of this Position
The Curator, Robert C. Larson ’56 Art in the Library Program will lead the program of art and of book-related exhibitions for a liberal arts college library. The purpose of this program is to:

  • Support the curriculum and student learning.
  • Develop curricular-based exhibits working with specific faculty and courses.
  • Highlight art, books, and other materials from the college collections and from other regional collections.
  • Contribute to the daily visual and intellectual experience of college students, cultivating the next generation of supporters of cultural educational institutions.
  • Working in close cooperation with the staff of the Perlman Teaching Museum, the faculty, and the library staff, the Curator will continue the tradition of the library as a place for engaging with art and exhibitions.

Essential Job Functions – Responsibilities

  • Plan schedule of curricular and non-curricular library exhibitions annually.
  • Develop exhibits that showcase the liberal arts.
  • Develop art and book-related exhibits and displays in their full programmatic dimensions, including research, design, and display.
  • Work with faculty to plan and facilitate curricular exhibitions, including planning and leading sessions on curation, exhibition planning, label writing, and basic design with students.
  • Work closely with faculty and students over the course of a term to produce the exhibition
  • Work closely with library staff to integrate library art and exhibitions into the fabric of library programs and operations, and into the life of the college.
  • Select and install art in the library; coordinate work on site-specific art installations and commissions.
  • Plan and coordinate educational programming, receptions, and attendant activities; write and produce reports, labels, exhibit brochures, etc.
  • Maintain and enhance exhibit-related web pages and create new online exhibits.
  • Continue cooperation between the Gould Library and Perlman Teaching Museum through close and constant collaboration with the Curator of the College Art Collection and staff.
  • Develop partnerships with regional museums and arts organizations.
  • Supervise a student assistant.

Additional Job Responsibilities:

This position is a member of the Bridge Consortium and works collaboratively and in tandem with peers at the St. Olaf College libraries to ensure that work is not duplicated and that costs are contained or reduced.

Additionally, this position may be asked to provide services to the St. Olaf College libraries, and is responsible for participating in all appropriate Bridge working groups, meetings, and functions.

NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Required Qualifications

  • Two or more years of experience working in a museum environment with knowledge of installation and interpretive techniques or an equivalent combination of education or experience.
  • Strong organizational, research, written communication skills, and skills or interest in exhibition design.
  • Superb people skills with a high degree of flexibility are essential characteristics for success in this position. Candidates must be well organized and have the ability to handle multiple tasks and work under pressure.

Preferred Qualifications

  • M.A. in art, art history or related area preferred.
  • Library, archives, or other book exhibit/curatorial experience are highly desirable, but not required. It is expected that art curatorial experience will be transferable to the book-related part of the job.
  • Experience in educational programming and outreach programs, and experience with web page design and production are highly desirable. Additional desirable skills include photo documentation, label and poster design.
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop and InDesign are also helpful. Demonstrated experience in forging collaborations and partnerships, particularly in boundary-crossing ways, is highly desirable.

Full post: http://jobs.carleton.edu/postings/2897

Paid Fellowship Opportunity: Conservation of Computer-Based Art Fellowship (2016-2018), Guggenheim Museum, NYC

The Conservation Department at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is pleased to offer a two-year, full-time Fellowship in the Conservation of Computer-based Art (CCBA), starting on October 1, 2016. This postgraduate fellowship will be integral to the Guggenheim’s CCBA initiative and focus on the study, documentation, and preservation of 22 software-based artworks in the Guggenheim collection. Under the supervision of Time-based Media Conservator, Joanna Phillips, the CCBA Fellow will conduct a comprehensive survey of all 22 artworks in the collection, create write-blocked disk images and XML metadata of these works for secure server storage, create artwork documentation and treatment proposals, interface with hired specialists such as computer scientists and programmers, engage in case study research on selected works, coordinate cross-institutional meetings to review the CCBA research, present CCBA research at these meetings, and assist with the dissemination of the project progress and conclusions on the Guggenheim website. The CCBA Fellow will also play a central role in the Guggenheim’s ongoing research collaboration with the Department of Computer Science at New York University.

The successful candidate will have a completed MA degree or Advanced Certificate from a U.S. or international fine arts conservation program, with a focus on and/or practical experience in time-based media conservation. Alternatively, MA degrees from Libraries and Archives, Computer Science, or Information Science programs will be considered, if the candidates display previous professional experience with cultural artifacts preservation. Candidates with basic or intermediate coding abilities will be preferred.
The successful candidate is expected to have excellent team and communication skills, the ability to independently manage time in a multitasking environment, a systematic and methodological approach to research and development, and a deep interest in mapping new territories.

Application deadline: August 31, 2016

Fellowship start date: October 1, 2016, or earliest convenience

Work Schedule: Full-time (40 hours/week), 24-months position

Compensation: $43,000 Annual Salary, includes benefits and vacation

Qualified applicants please send an e-mail with the following materials to Joanna Phillips at jphillips@guggenheim.org and add the subject line “Application: CCBA Conservation Fellowship”:

  • Cover letter and resume
  • Relevant supporting materials/portfolio
  • A 1000-word statement of interest in English language. Please elaborate on your interest in conserving computer-based art and the experience and skill-set you bring to this position

Full post: https://www.guggenheim.org/careers/conservation-of-computer-based-art-fellowship-2016-2018

Job Posting: Museum Curator in Graphic Arts, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC

Summary

This position is located in the Curatorial Office of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM). The purpose of the position is to carry out assigned and approved projects in the four areas of curation: research, exhibits, development & management of collections and public service and to initiate and propose related projects for review by the Chief Curator and Director. Incumbent should have knowledge of the broad field of American art but will specialize in the field of graphic arts and artists.

Duties

Research

  • Conducts research on graphic art in the permanent collection.
  • Publishes significant research related to graphic art collection.

Collections

  • Establishes contacts with donors and dealers and negotiates for gifts and purchases. Proposes objects for acquisition.

Exhibitions

  • Proposes & develops exhibition topics.
  • Ensures completeness and accuracy of all published information associated with exhibitions, including catalogues, brochures, installation graphics and wall text.

Job Requirements

  • Pass Pre-employment Background Investigation
  • May need to complete a Probationary Period
  • Maintain a Bank Account for Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer
  • Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered with Selective Service.

Qualifications

You must meet these Basic Requirements:

  • Degree: museum work; or in an applicable subject-matter field.

OR

  • Combination of education and experience — courses equivalent to a major, as shown in A above, plus appropriate experience or additional education.

OR

  • Four years of experience that provided knowledge comparable to that normally acquired through the successful completion of the 4-year course of study as shown in A above.

In addition to the Basic Requirements above, you must have the following Specialized Experience:

  • GS-11: You qualify for this position if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-09 level in the Federal Service or comparable pay band system. For this position specialized experience is defined as experience in researching and coordinating exhibitions of graphic art within an art museum or similar environment.
  • GS-12: You qualify for this position if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-11 level in the Federal Service or comparable pay band system. For this position specialized experience is defined as experience in researching, developing, interpreting and exhibiting a collection of graphic art within an art museum or similar environment.

Deadline to Apply: September 19, 2016

Full post: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/446984300/

Job Posting: Project Cataloger (PT, Temp), Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

The part-time temporary Project Cataloger will work within a collaborative and collegial environment and report to the Library Manager, providing general cataloging support for the Frances Mulhall Achilles Library. This position is a six month assignment working one day per week.

Responsibilities:

Perform complex copy cataloging of various types of materials across all disciplines, including print, media, digital resources, and other non-print formats.

Requirements:

  • MLS (or equivalent) degree from an ALA-accredited institution, completed or in process
  • Professional cataloging experience
  • Familiarity with MARC format and cataloging rules, including RDA, AACR2, LCSH, and LCC
  • Experience with an integrated library system (Voyager preferred)
  • Experience with OCLC and Connexion client
  • Working knowledge of standard bibliographic and other reference tools

Full post: http://whitney.org/About/JobPostings# or https://www.nyfa.org/Jobs/Show/298bf690-6bfc-4978-9ae3-40efb3aaf9a9

Job Posting: Collections Assistant, Dallas Museum of Art

DMA Mission:

The Dallas Museum of Art is both a responsible steward of cultural heritage and a trusted advocate for the essential place of art in the lives of people locally and around the globe. The DMA is transparent, ethical, and takes informed risks. It promotes research, dialogue, and public participation, helping to reveal the insights of artists from every continent over the last 5,000 years.

Scope of Position:

The Collections Assistant will report to the Director of Collections Management and will work closely with Curators, Conservators, and other personnel in the Division of Collections and Exhibitions. The position is responsible for assisting the coordination of all aspects of loans, in-house exhibitions, storage, and documentation primarily for the Keir Collection and, as necessary, for other areas of the collection.

The Keir Collection is one of the world’s most highly regarded private holdings of Islamic art. The collection will be on long term loan to the DMA. It consists of nearly 1800 objects, ranging from manuscripts, ceramics, and metalwork to rock crystal, carpets, and textiles. The collection represents a broad survey of the traditional arts, and its contents date from as far back as the 7th to the 20th century from countries spanning from Spain to Central Asia.

The Collections Assistant will also support the increasing volume of researchers’ inquiries on the DMA collection, and help to coordinate and implement the teaching and research activities in the Museum’s Study Gallery. The position is responsible for coordinating all aspects and logistics of the DMA Study Gallery requests. The Collections Assistant will be responsible for entering any necessary information in the DMA database (TMS) and checking for possible existing conflicts regarding the availability of the objects requested.

The Collections Assistant will assist in the organization and coordination of class visits, including compiling course checklist, gathering artwork from storage for classes, explaining study room guidelines, supervising classes taking place in the study room, and returning artwork to storage when finished.

The position will also assist with collection care and storage logistics as needed.

Key Qualifications:

  • Create and maintains accurate records for the collection including electronic inventory records in TMS, objects files, and photographic records
  • Coordinate the incoming loan procedures and shipping arrangements for the Keir Collection
  • Complete Immunity from Seizure and OFAC applications for the Keir Collection and monitors application status and renewal times
  • Conduct provenance research
  • Prepare condition reports
  • Assist the Associate Registrar, Loans with all loan procedures for the Keir objects including but not limited to packing, shipping, loan agreements, insurance, and courier arrangements
  • Assist the Senior Advisor for Islamic Art with checklists, labels, and other assignments, as needed
  • Correspond with lenders, borrowers, and their agents, prepares loan agreements, and makes insurance arrangements as needed
  • Correspond with researches, students, and general public and provides information on the collections
  • Coordinate packing/shipping arrangements adhering to museum standards, special installation requirements, loan agreements, and insurance
  • Coordinate the logistics for the Keir collection in-house exhibition installations
  • Coordinate installation-related logistics with the Exhibitions Registrars, Preparators, Conservators, and Exhibitions staff
  • Document location change after each art move
  • Assist the Associate Registrar, Permanent Collection with storage maintenance and storage needs assessment
  • Coordinate installation-related logistics for the Study Gallery with the Registrars, Preparators, Conservators, Exhibitions staff and Curatorial staff
  • Coordinate access to DMA collection not on view after visit is approved by Curatorial and Collection staff
  • Maintain Viewing Room calendar
  • Assist the Director of Collections Management with special projects as assigned
  • Adhere to museum policies and support management decisions in a positive, professional manner
  • Conform to the code of ethics governing the museum and museum registrar profession set forth by the American Alliance of Museums and the Registrar’s Committee of the AAM
  • Act as courier as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Education, Experience, and Certification:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Art History, Museum Studies, or related field (MA degree preferred)
  • Minimum of two years of experience in registration and art handling at a museum, archive, library, or gallery
  • Knowledge of museum standards and practices of registration, art handling, conservation, and collections storage requirements and procedures
  • Comprehensive knowledge of varied media handling, packing, transport, and storage best practice techniques
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills, proficiency in Excel
  • Knowledge of computerized collections management systems (TMS preferred)
  • Knowledge of Islamic art desirable
  • Demonstrable ability to assess priorities and work well under pressure
  • Excellent time management, problem solving and analytical skills
  • Highly organized, self-directed, and with strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work with curators, donors, vendors, other museum professionals, the public and co-workers professionally and tactfully including appearance and demeanor
  • Ability to flexibly embrace changes within this position due to departmental priorities and/or for cross-training purposes
  • Ability to carry/lift 50 lbs
  • Ability to climb ladders
  • Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time, and to lift, push, and/or pull heavy, fragile, and/or odd-shaped objects carefully and safely
  • Ability to safely employ the use of a variety of tools and equipment, and to handle oversized and/or heavy art objects
  • Ability to visually inspect artwork

Full post: http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=DMA&cws=1&rid=331

Job Posting: Museum Archives Program Assistant, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

The position is located in the Gallery Archives of the National Gallery of Art. Its purpose is to support archival programs through specialized administrative management and performance of museum archives activities. The Gallery Archives is responsible for long-term care of permanently valuable historical records of the National Gallery of Art in every physical form including textual, media, and electronic.

Duties:

The incumbent is responsible for providing efficient and effective administrative management support for the operations of the Gallery Archives office:

  • Provides support to senior staff with establishing and maintaining digital and analog information management systems.
  • Oversees acquisition of specialized archival supplies and equipment.
  • Manages all office requisitions and recording receipts in Oracle.
  • Determines appropriate application of government and Gallery policies and procedures for office operations.
  • Evaluates office procedures to identify areas for improvement, assesses the need for alternative methods, and recommends and implements changes as approved by the Chief of Gallery Archives.

The incumbent performs operational support duties directly relating to museum archives program activities which includes:

  • Providing support in managing the ingest of archival materials in analog and digital form.
  • Assisting with analyzing, monitoring, and maintaining data on archives projects.
  • Providing public information and general reference services for archival records.
  • Monitoring press releases and other on-line sources and creating digital and analog downloads for archival preservation.
  • Accessioning print items, updating database records and creating up-to-date finding aids.
  • Creating and managing lists and reports and analyzing data for management review.
  • Performing basic preservation activities for archival materials.
  • Supporting archival presence.

Qualifications:

Candidates must meet the following qualification requirements. This requires at least 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-6 level in the Federal service OR 4 full years of education above the high school level. An equivalent combination of education and experience is fully qualifying and meets the minimum qualification requirements. Specialized experience is experience providing operational and administrative management support, and prioritizing multiple projects primarily within a museum or other cultural institution. Those applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements will be evaluated against these factors to determine the best-qualified candidates. Applicants must describe their possession of each of these factors individually in a one to two page cover letter as a part of their application.

  • Ability to apply basic archival principles including provenance, original order, the record group concept, and is able to recognize archival series.
  • Skill in data management software, relational databases, digital media, and office software programs.
  • Knowledge of basic art museum functions and organization and is familiar with the operation of digital systems in art museums.
  • Knowledge of archival preservation concepts and understanding of the requirements of archives preservation materials including photographs, documents and architectural drawings.
  • Knowledge of research, administrative, and writing skills needed for art museum archives administration, as evidenced by significant undergraduate coursework.

Your resume serves as the basis for qualification determinations and must highlight your most relevant and significant work experience and education (if applicable) as it relates to this job opportunity. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Your resume must include the dates of all qualifying experience (from month/year to month/year) and the number of hours worked/volunteered per week.

Deadline to apply: August 19, 2016

Full post: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/447380200

Job Posting: Collections Manager, University of New Mexico, Taos, NM

Position Summary:

Directly manages and oversees the University of New Mexico Harwood Museum of Art’s fine arts collections, their acquistion, documentation, housing, use, preservation, disposition, inventory and maintenance, maintenance reports and updates for new material. The Collections Manager will care for the Harwood collections, the collections database, the collections online, and the archives.

As curator of collections, the Collections Manager will apply interactive digital technologies to the online collection to increase public engagement with the Harwood’s art online, and in the museum’s galleries. Receives, prepares, and catalogs new materials; plans and organizes exhibition-related movement of objects, including packing, shipping, and insurance for collections exhibitions as well as for incoming and outgoing loans to/from the UNM Harwood Museum. Monitors the collections budget. Will supervise the Registrar and designated collections personnel, volunteers and/or students. As a member of the Harwood’s senior staff s/he will play a role in the Museum’s leadership and decision-making.

Minimum Qualifications:

Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.

Directly related Master’s or Terminal degree; at least 3 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. OR Bachelor’s degree; at least 5 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Previous museum work experience
  • Experience in curatorial
  • Museum management experience
  • Knowledge of art, art history, and specific types of art works
  • Knowledge of and skills in interactive on line digital technologies

Application Deadline: September 2, 2016

Required Applicant Documents: Resume, Cover Letter

Special Instructions to Applicants: Official transcripts will be required for hire. Please see minimum qualifications for specifics.

Full post: unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=88626