Link to Job Posting
Application Deadline: ongoing
The LANL Research Library seeks a forward-looking information professional to proactively deliver research consultation, instructional support, and outreach as a Graduate Research Assistant. Continue reading “Los Alamos, NM: Graduate Research Assistant, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Research Library”
Link to Job Posting
Application Deadline: August 10, 2018
The Tamarind Institute is seeking a detail-oriented individual who can work under limited supervision to oversee the business operations of the gallery, including management of all aspects of print sales. This position will work with marketing staff and the Director to implement and evaluate marketing strategies and expand the client base to reach quarterly sales goals. Oversee planning and execution of art fairs, receptions and other sales activities to cultivate new and existing clients. Coordinates invoicing and shipping for all print sales, and maintains communication with clients. Coordinates gallery schedule for 3 – 4 exhibitions annually and develops exhibitions and programs featuring Tamarind prints and Tamarind artists. Provides instruction to student printers and work-study students about best gallery practices. Participates in print publishing decisions with Tamarind’s Master Printer and Director. Continue reading “Albuquerque, NM: Gallery Manager, University of New Mexico”
Reporting to the Library Director, the incumbent provides a wide range of library services. The incumbent’s main responsibilities include public service, cataloging, and teaching information literacy to the students. Other responsibilities include the processing of new material and supervising job duties conducted by work-study students. The library uses OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services and this position is responsible for overseeing cataloging and circulation management in the system. Support IAIA’s mission, vision and core values.
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