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Job: Work Study Position with ISAW

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Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
15 East 84th street (between Madison and 5th Ave)


   – Associat=
e Director for Exhibitions & Public Programs

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nbsp;       – Exhibitions Administrator


Pay:  $17/hr (Commensurate wit=
h experience)


Hours: =
 20 hours per week; Ap=
plicants must be work-study eligible


Positions available:   3


Please =
send your resume and a cover letter to;
no phone calls please.


ISAW is a center for advanced scholarly rese=
arch and graduate education, intended to cultivate comparative and connectiv=
e investigations of the ancient world from the western Mediterranean to Chin=
a, open to the integration of every category of evidence and relevant method=
of analysis. It will feature doctoral and postdoctoral programs, with the a=
im of training a new generation of scholars who will enter the global academ=
ic community and become intellectual leaders. Built around a mix of establis=
hed and younger scholars, the Institute is designed to make possible concret=
e progress in ground-breaking study that would be more difficult within narr=
ow disciplinary bounds.


Beginning November 2009, IS=
AW will be installing its second exhibition entitled The Lost World of Old E=
urope: The Danube Valley 5000-3500 BC, which features prehistoric material f=
rom Romania, Bulgaria and the Republic of Moldova.  The Exhibitions and=
Public Programs Department of ISAW is inviting applications from qualified =
and suitable graduate students for the position of
Gallery Attendant. We=
seek three graduate students to work as Gallery Attendants from October 1, =
2009 through May 1st, 2010.

ery Attendants will be asked to work 20 hours a week and perform a wide vari=
ety of educational and gallery duties These include (but are not limited to)=
conducting specialized tours of the exhibition, handling all catalogue sale=
s and financial records around these sales, and assisting senior members of =
the exhibition staff with various research and administrative projects.&nbsp=

Graduate students in the history of art, archaeology, anthropolog=
y, and classics are preferred. Museum experience is desirable.  Must be=
work-study eligible. The position will be paid $17 an hour.  Intereste=
d and qualified candidates are invited to submit their update resumes (via e=
mail to =
quoting the job applied for in the subject line of application and clearly e=
xplaining their suitability for the position