Is science communication and technology making your heart beat faster? Do you like to install new interactive installations, to keep ‘the machines’ running energy efficient, and to optimize new interactive installations for visitors of our science exhibitions? And do you like to think in terms of problem solving together with our science communication team and technical professionals? Then a job as Student Assistant Exhibition Technology is really something for you!
Science LinX and the Aletta Jacobs School of Public Health have several exhibitions and interactive installations with stories about science. These are located at permanent and temporary pop-up locations and travel around the Northern Netherlands. You encounter them at the RUG, the UMCG, (science) festivals, libraries, community centres, schools and other places where people come and visit.
Your task is the technical maintenance, testing of user-friendliness and updating of our interactive installations with new content. You will collaborate with our science communication team and exhibition technology professionals from Science LinX and Aletta. In addition, you will also meet various creative and interior designers, companies in interactive technology and programmers. Will you join our team?
As a Student Assistant Exhibition Technology, you support us in the areas of:
More information & questions about the position via: Ingeborg Veldman, projectleader Science LinX, email@example.com, M +31 610 371 825. Don’t hesitate to ask your questions.
Does this position appeal to you? Please email your motivation & CV at the latest 15th of July 2023 to firstname.lastname@example.org. We plan the job interviews in weeks 29/30.
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