Hiring Permanent Collections Student Monitors!

 

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 9:45am

OCAD U's Galleries System department is hiring OCAD U Permanent Collections Student Monitors for the summer term.

Reporting to the Dorene & Peter Milligan Executive Director, OCAD U Galleries, the Permanent Collections Student Monitor will:

• Assist in the implementation of the Permanent Collections Plan
• Assist with the documentation of artifacts in the University’s permanent collection of art and design
• Handle and examine artifacts
• Maintain an accurate collections management database
• Create reports on the condition of artifacts
• Assist in the process of acquisition and de-acquisition of artifacts as approved by the University’s Collection Committee
• Assist in the preparation of the new Collections Storage facility at Onsite Gallery
• Assist in the management of the existing Collections Storage room
• Conduct research on the Collection, as required

Skills required:

• Meticulous attention to detail
• Ability to handle, lift, and pack artifacts with professional level of care
• Ability to concentrate on records-keeping for extended periods
• Ability to work efficiently with and without direct supervision

 Assets:
• Knowledge of Canadian art history and the history of OCAD U
• Experience in digital photography
• Experience in artifact handling
• Experience in collections database management
• Knowledge of safe artifact conservation methods 

 Duration: 6 weeks (Week of July 10 to week of August 14, 2017)
 Rate of pay: $12.43/hour 
 Flexible hours, 12.5 hrs/week
 Vacancies: 2

 ****Must be Institutional Work Study Plan (IWSP)- eligible. Alongside your application, please submit a copy of your IWSP eligibility confirmation for the Summer 2017 semester provided by Financial Aid. Confirmations for previous semesters will not be accepted.**** 

Please submit the following to Linda Columbus, Programs Coordinator, at lcolumbus@ocadu.ca:
• a cover letter
• resume
• IWSP eligibility confirmation for the Summer 2017 semester

Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m., June 25, 2017.

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 9:45am

OCAD U's Galleries System department is hiring OCAD U Permanent Collections Student Monitors for the summer term.

Reporting to the Dorene & Peter Milligan Executive Director, OCAD U Galleries, the Permanent Collections Student Monitor will:

• Assist in the implementation of the Permanent Collections Plan
• Assist with the documentation of artifacts in the University’s permanent collection of art and design
• Handle and examine artifacts
• Maintain an accurate collections management database
• Create reports on the condition of artifacts
• Assist in the process of acquisition and de-acquisition of artifacts as approved by the University’s Collection Committee
• Assist in the preparation of the new Collections Storage facility at Onsite Gallery
• Assist in the management of the existing Collections Storage room
• Conduct research on the Collection, as required

Skills required:

• Meticulous attention to detail
• Ability to handle, lift, and pack artifacts with professional level of care
• Ability to concentrate on records-keeping for extended periods
• Ability to work efficiently with and without direct supervision

 Assets:
• Knowledge of Canadian art history and the history of OCAD U
• Experience in digital photography
• Experience in artifact handling
• Experience in collections database management
• Knowledge of safe artifact conservation methods 

 Duration: 6 weeks (Week of July 10 to week of August 14, 2017)
 Rate of pay: $12.43/hour 
 Flexible hours, 12.5 hrs/week
 Vacancies: 2

 ****Must be Institutional Work Study Plan (IWSP)- eligible. Alongside your application, please submit a copy of your IWSP eligibility confirmation for the Summer 2017 semester provided by Financial Aid. Confirmations for previous semesters will not be accepted.**** 

Please submit the following to Linda Columbus, Programs Coordinator, at lcolumbus@ocadu.ca:
• a cover letter
• resume
• IWSP eligibility confirmation for the Summer 2017 semester

Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m., June 25, 2017.