We are looking for curious makers, artists, engineers, educator and builders who have a passion for transforming and making the world a better place for all. People matter most in our process, philosophy, and in life. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career in experiential design & fabrication, we invite you to inquire about joining the Process Curiosity team.
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Exhibit Fabricators create one of a kind interactive exhibits for museum and different institutions throughout the country. As part of the Design & Development group, an Exhibit Fabricator facilitates the construction of exhibits from initial prototypes to completed exhibits, improves upon existing exhibits, and provides support for the installation of exhibitions. The position
requires both collaborative work within project teams as well as independent work. An ability to work from schematics, sketches, or verbal descriptions is required. Willingness to work within project constraints is a must. The position reports to the Head of Fabrication, and works closely with exhibit developers, exhibit engineers, and project management.
Exhibit Engineer / Drafter
Exhibit Engineers are the primary staff responsible for exhibit design and production. Although exhibit designs will come from many sources and fabrication may be accomplished in coordination with other staff or entities, exhibit engineers
ensure the functionality, reliability, safety, efficiency, and cost effectiveness of each exhibit. Exhibit engineering at the Process Curiosity emphasizes the design and building of interactive exhibits with complex mechanical, electrical, and plumbing
systems within design, budget, and schedule to fulfill the needs of the project. Exhibit engineers are also expected to be knowledgeable of current technologies and professional standards and to have an active role in the maintenance and
improvement of existing exhibits, design practices, and documentation standards.
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