Position: Exhibit Developer
Reports To: Director of Creative Design & Exhibits
The exhibit developer acts in all facets of exhibit creation, from concept development to
prototyping and installation, working with teams including scientists, artists, curators, educators,
and designers as well as the research, development, interpretation and writing of permanent
and temporary exhibitions and interactives.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop original content for temporary and permanent exhibits and interactives
Participate in, and lead exhibit concept development for exhibitions & interactives
Participate as the primary exhibit content developer for interactives
Conduct primary topic research and develop Content Resource Documentation for in
house developed displays
Research, and design exhibit signage, visitor handouts and other exhibition
Research, develop and prototype exhibit interactives
Assist with the design and theming of exhibits and exhibit galleries
Other projects as assigned by the Director of Creative Design and Exhibits
Adhere to safety protocols and employee guidelines
Bachelor’s degree in design, computer science, or related field, and experience in the
development of exhibits for aquariums, zoos, or museums.
Strong working knowledge of The Adobe Creative Suite
Experienced and well versed in the principles of design
Ability to follow art direction
Experience in interactive exhibit development and prototyping
Able to take an idea from concept through production to installation
Proven ability to communicate complex ideas with a wide range of audiences
basic understanding of Sketchup, and AutoCAD
Must demonstrate attention to detail
High energy, initiative and a sense of urgency is required
A demonstrated commitment to nature, conservation, and community improvement
Experience with computer programming
Scope of position:
Able to deliver consistent high quality designs on time and under demanding deadlines. Create
interactive, and exhibit designs that are consistent with LLPA’s style guide. Work in multiple
media formats, including; print, digital, and video. Be able to work on projects independently, as
well as the ability to work as part of a team on larger design projects.
Physical Demands of the Job:
This opportunity requires long periods of sitting, standing, crouching, kneeling, lifting,
Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
Special Working Conditions:
While this job description attempts to describe the essential functions of the position, it does not
prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. It does not restrict management’s right to
assign or reassign duties or responsibilities to this internship at any time.
Loveland Living Planet Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse
workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. LLPA does not discriminate on the basis of
disability, veteran status or any other protected class under federal, state or local laws.
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