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Andrew Wagele

795 Hammond Dr NE, Apt 209

San Diego, CA 92101

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Summary

A well educated professional who has years of experience in handling artifacts; excellent in organizing exhibits and organizing displays for public viewing; excellent communication skills; vast knowledge in historical facts and has collected numerous artifacts for display in museums and libraries .

Professional Experience:

Library Head Technician August 2005 – Present

National Library, San Diego, CA

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted visitors in finding and using library resources, such as reference materials, documentaries, biographies, etc. and provide technical assistance when needed.
  • Organized printed and non-printed library materials to prepare them for inclusion in library collections.
  • Complied and sorted books and other materials according to procedure and returned them to their designated shelves.
  • Provided assistance to teachers and students by locating materials needed.
  • Maintained library equipment including computers, photocopiers, and audiovisual equipment and ensured proper working conditions.
  • Trained other library staff and supervise their work.

Exhibit Designer March 2000 – June 2005

National Museum, Chicago, Illinois

Responsibilities:

  • Organized exhibit shows for proper displays and presentation of paintings and sculptures.
  • Acquired and arranged acquisitions of paintings and sculptures for the show in the exhibits.
  • Prepared rough drafts and scale working drawings of sets, including floor plans, scenery, and properties to be constructed.
  • Coordinated construction and decoration activities to ensure budget and schedule deadlines are met.
  • Inspected exhibits in compliance to specifications of designs.

Museum Technicians and Conservators July 1995 – February 2000

National Museum, Chicago, Illinois

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted visitors in finding and using library resources, such as reference materials, documentaries, biographies, etc. and provide technical assistance when needed.
  • Organized printed and non-printed library materials to prepare them for inclusion in library collections.
  • Complied and sorted books and other materials according to procedure and returned them to their designated shelves.
  • Provided assistance to teachers and students by locating materials needed.
  • Maintained library equipment including computers, photocopiers, and audiovisual equipment and ensured proper working conditions.
  • Trained other library staff and supervise their work.

Exhibit Designer March 2000 – June 2005

National Museum, Chicago, Illinois

Education

Masters Degree in Art History

University of Minnesota, 1996

Bachelor of Arts in Education

University of Minnesota, 1994

Skills/Certifications:

  • Skills in organizational and management skills
  • Proficiency in computer skills
  • Excellent communication and written skills
  • Ability to lead and motivate staff
  • Knowledge in administrative and clerical procedures

Associations/Organizations

Texas Association of Museums, Member

American Association of museums, Member

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