Iron Mountain Senior Art Handling Specialist in Landover, Maryland
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Reporting to the Museum Relocation Supervisor, the Team Leader will be responsible for planning activities, directing and coordinating a team of art/artifact handlers during all move activities of a major museum relocation project over several years. The Team Leader will also supervise and coordinate activities and workflow with the Team Supervisors, other Team Leaders, collections managers, and teams of subcontractors working with Crozier Fine Arts. The Team Leader will ensure that project tasks are completed in a manner that is safe, efficient, and meets project deadlines.
Duties and responsibilities for the position include:
Attending meetings to assist with the coordination of activities and clarify expectations and responsibilities between team members and subcontractors.
Assist with supervising and coordinating relocation activities of small, medium and large artifacts in museum galleries as well as transportation activity with Site Supervisor, client, Team Supervisors, other Team Leaders, subcontractors, and Crozier team members.
Safely operating forklifts and aerial lift equipment.
Effectively delegating tasks and activities among Crozier team members.
Assist with supervising the installation and deinstallation of protective material over large artifacts prior to, and following, demolition activity.
Assist with tracking and monitoring progress for each task schedule to ensure all project deliverables are achieved within agreed upon parameters.
Proactively flagging change orders.
Ensure that move activity is executed is a safe and efficient manner within schedule and budget parameters.
Bachelor’s degree in studio art, architecture, museum studies or art related field preferred; High School Diploma/GED equivalent.
Minimum of three (3) years of experience handling, working with, assembling, disassembling, packing and moving 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works of art and artifacts which are part of an AAM accredited museum’s collection.
Demonstrated success leading teams in complex projects under pressure with multifaceted workflows.
Superior interpersonal and demonstrated facilitation skills, including the ability to motivate and influence others, build effective interpersonal relationships, and foster and contribute to a positive and productive team environment.
Strong organizational, analytical, verbal & writing skills
Demonstrated subject matter expertise using Excel and Word
Must have the ability to work flexible schedules.
Must have the ability to work at heights up to 75 feet.
Preferred Skills and Experience
Aerial Lift Certification
OSHA 30 Hour Training
Category: Operations Group
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