Museum Collections Assistant Job Announcement
- Job Description:
The Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections is looking for a mature, responsible, and detail orientated undergraduate student, with a strong interest in ichthyology, to assist staff and faculty curators with a variety of curatorial tasks in the Collection of Fishes.
- Primary responsibilities:
Include but not limited to: Preparing voucher specimens and associated tissues; electronically documenting and physically inventorying specimens; organizing tissue samples stored in ultra-cold freezers; assisting the curator of collections with special projects.
- Qualifications: WFSC 311 and WFSC 302 or equivalent, proficiency with MS Excel, and personal transportation are required.
- Point of Contact:
Kevin W. Conway, firstname.lastname@example.org; Heather Prestridge, email@example.com
- Position is temporary for 1 year and will start February 15th. Pay is $10 per hour, it is expected that the selected candidate be able to work 10 hours per week between the hours of 8-5 Monday through Friday at the BRTC facility, located at 3380 University Drive East.
Interested and qualified students should e-mail a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.