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University Shop Assistant (170286)
University Shop Assistant
Open for Recruitment: April 20, 2017 - April 26, 2017
Announcement # 01568084186
$10.16 per hour
-Plus Competitive Benefits!
Boise State University, College of Arts and Sciences
This is a 9-month per year, 25 hour per week position located in the Printmaking area in the Art Department.
Responsible for organization and cleanliness of printmaking studio.
Comply and with all university and national EHS regulations and safety procedures.
Maintains and repairs or coordinates repair of equipment.
Issues equipment for use in University educational programs.
Maintains equipment and supply inventory.
Manage and balance the Printmaking lab account budget, maintain balance and organized system of purchasing.
Prepares specifications and requisitions for purchase of equipment and supplies.
Prepares shop for class.
Maintain and improve efficient and practical use of space in the lab
Student Print Archive Management and Organization
- Organizational contact person for intermittent symposium planning, exhibition framing and installation and service learning semesters.
- Improving the Lab by Envisioning and Implementing Special Projects
- Organizing Lab Monitors and oversee Work-Study Students
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