The employee in this position will have the following essential job functions:
Coordinate exhibit project budgets, schedules and resources.
Develop and implement exhibit policies, procedures and quality standards.
Review and approve the creation of exhibits to include the designs, concepts and sample layouts based on knowledge of design principles and aesthetic design concepts.
Consult with staff and library specialists to discuss projects and design.
Manage the development of exhibits and their layouts.
Research, design and create educational and informative exhibits to feature the institution’s cultural and historical collections.
Inspect all work during production to ensure quality standards are met, conservatorial techniques are utilized, and structural integrity is maintained.
Plan, develop, coordinate and monitor the production of multiple concurrent exhibit and gallery projects meeting aesthetic and conservatorial standards, and time and budget allowances.
The Boyce Centennial Library is not only one of the largest theological libraries in North America but it is also one of the most frequented facilities on the campus at Boyce college and Southern Seminary. With the academic rigor of the institution the library serves as a critical tool in the training of gospel ministers to serve the uttermost ends of the earth.