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Senior Content Developer/Writer

The Senior Content Developer/Writer must be able to guide clients and consultants, as well as the Hilferty design team, in the content development process. They are responsible for researching story content to create the exhibit story line, and for ensuring the exhibit design supports it. The Senior Developer produces written materials including but not limited to project phase reports, content outlines, visitor experience conceptual narratives, audiovisual and interactive element treatments, exhibit component descriptions, label copy, and marketing materials. The Senior Developer works with Exhibit Designers to refine the visitor experience, and to select and critique exhibition media. The candidate must be highly organized, efficient, and flexible through all phases of projects and in working with all project team members.

Qualifications include:
• Project development experience through all exhibit development phases
• Excellent research, communication and writing skills
• Excellent organizational skills; efficient and effective
• Ability to think conceptually and visually, from the big-picture overview to details
• Experience facilitating meetings
• Ability to interact with clients with an efficient and professional demeanor
• Ability to work well with a team
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize multiple projects and deadlines
• Project management and supervisory experience preferred

Preferred candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree or higher (English, History, Museum Studies, Communications or other related fields) and a minimum of three years of related museum experience. Demonstrated leadership abilities will be welcomed by real opportunities to participate in the life of the firm.

Please send materials that detail your qualifications, personal goals, and resume and work samples to:
Director of Business and Resource Development
Hilferty
14240 Route 550
Athens, OH 45701
e-mail: hr@hilferty.com

(No phone calls will be accepted at this time)

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