Applicants should have advanced level experience in most, if not all, traditional print media – relief, intaglio, screen and lithography as well as related photo/digital applications. In addition, applicants should have a working knowledge of papermaking – e.g. sheet forming, pulp preparation, care and maintenance of equipment.
The following required knowledge and skills as typically acquired by completing a Bachelor's degree in fine arts or a related field or equivalent professional experience.
3-5 years of related professional experience.
Work independently and troubleshoot problems with minimal supervision.
Proficient written, verbal and interpersonal skills in order to work pleasantly and tactfully with a diverse community; including fellow employees, faculty, students and staff.
Strong communication, collaboration, organizational and time management skills including the ability to multi-task, prioritize, and independently manage a changing workload and schedule in a wide variety of settings and situations.
Demonstrated ability to deliver professional customer service, end user training and consultation, effective team and project work.
Master's degree in the fine arts or related field.