Franklin & Marshall College Franklin & Marshall College

Art and Art History

Art and Art History Office Assistant: Student needed for clerical and office work. Primary job focus is on assisting Art and Art History coordinator with projects related to department special events and initiatives, department records management, and preparation of materials needed by faculty for classes. The student will run errands to the College Post Office, the Business Office, and other departments on campus as needed. Some job duties will include posting flyers on campus to announce department events, maintaining/updating department bulletin boards, and maintaining the department calendar. Other duties, clerical and physical, may be required. Special skills required for this position are an ability to maintain confidentiality, attention to detail, patience and flexibility. The student should have a familiarity with computer usage and software applications such as Word and Excel. It would be advantageous if the student also has prior experience operating other office machinery, such as scanners, printers, and copiers. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Student hours are adaptable semester to semester. Pay is standard at $7.25 per hour. Questions, please contact Ms. Tempie Forsythe at . (1) Fall, Spring

 Sculpture Studio Monitor: Student needed to work for the Department of Art and Art History in Herman Art Center's sculpture studio. Primary job focus is to oversee activity in the studio during out-of-class workshop hours. Under the guidance of the shop supervisor and the Art sculpture instructor, the student will, during work shifts, be responsible for monitoring the safe and proper use of equipment, assisting other students with material problems in the construction of their projects, and securing the equipment and the studio at the end of the shift. The student will also be assigned projects related to cleaning up and organizing the studio space. Special skills required for this position are familiarity with the safe handling and use of various power tools including tablesaw, bandsaw and welding equipment. The student, further, will be required to complete a short course in first aid arranged by the department. Those candidates who have completed ART 116 Intro Sculpture or ART 126 How Ideas Become Form, with Prof. Maksymowicz, will be given preference. Work shifts are scheduled for 5 hours each, 7 p.m. to 12 midnight, Monday-Thursday and Sunday. Pay is standard at $7.25 per hour. Questions, please contact Mr. Russell O'Connell, Herman Art's shop supervisor, at . (2) Fall, Spring

 Digital Photo Lab Monitor: Student needed to work for the Department of Art and Art History in Herman Art Center's digital photo lab. Primary job focus is to oversee activity in the lab during out-of-class studio hours. Under the guidance of the the Art photography instructor, the student will, during work shifts, be responsible for monitoring the use of the lab's computers, printers and scanners, assisting other students with their projects, and securing the equipment and the lab at the end of the shift. The student will also be assigned projects related to cleaning up and organizing the space, and performing maintenance on the equipment. Special skills required for this position are familiarity with the use of digital cameras, scanners, photo printers and computer imaging software. Those candidates who have completed ART 216 Digital Photography I, with Prof. Holmgren, will be given preference. Work shifts are scheduled for 5 hours each, 7 p.m. to 12 midnight, Monday-Thursday and Sunday. Pay is standard at $7.25 per hour. Questions, please contact Ms. Tempie Forsythe at . (3) Fall, Spring