Museum Curator, Aeronautics.
The Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum seeks a Museum Curator in the Aeronautics Division. He/she will perform curatorial tasks in the history of flight, with emphasis on the history of aviation in Europe, including scholarly and technical research on artifacts concerning European Aviation; exhibit development; participation in public service efforts; and development of the collection of aviation artifacts. Applicants must have: 1) knowledge of the history of flight, with emphasis on the history of aviation in Europe; 2) skill in performing scholarly and technical research as evidenced by authorship of professional papers and scholarly publications. A PhD in History or related social science field is preferred. This position is being advertised as both a federal civil service position (12R-LG-297494-DEU-NASM) and a non-federal position (12R-LG-297495-TRF-NASM), grade 11 $62,467-$81,204 per year, dependent
on education and experience. Job closes March 28, 2012.
To apply, go to: www.usajobs.opm.gov – keyword “Curator”, location:
Washington, DC. EEO–Minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.