Ultimately, you will teach and develop curriculum in kilnformed glass, while you work with other members of the Research and Education team, students, teachers, and internationally known artists. You will also be responsible for process and product research, fabrication, customer technical support, and all aspects of being part of the team, from grime to glory. You are a well-organized problem solver that pays close attention to detail.
You have excellent written and verbal communication skills and a firm grasp of math. You are wise enough to realize that you don’t know it all and are ready to learn, both from your successes and your failures. You are flexible, willing to work hard, get dirty, and then clean up. A BA or higher degree and hands-on experience in the arts, especially ceramics, printmaking, and/or basic scientific/laboratory technique is extremely helpful. Teaching/classroom experience preferred. Mac and PC, MS Office, Photoshop and 3D rendering skills a plus.
Ideal candidate must be willing to travel and work days, some nights, and weekends. Valid drivers license a must. Please email resume including wage history with “IT” on the Subject line.
How to Apply
Please mail, fax, or email our employment application or a resumé with salary history to:
Bullseye Glass Co.
Posted: October 18, 2018