Exhibition designers work on cultural exhibitions including museums and galleries, or on commercial exhibitions which include showcase events, trade shows and conferences.
Focus also include interpretation of the client's ideas and requirements and also provide their own ideas in relation to product concept and customer appeal.
• liaising with clients to discuss the brief (themes, ideas or products to be promoted);
• discussing the brief and design concepts with the design team, finalising proposals and presenting these to clients;
• developing a genuine understanding of the client's brand, products, needs and objectives, as well as the motivations behind customers' buying decisions;
• working on quotes - once the design brief and concept are established, the costs need to be calculated to make sure the project is financially viable;
• creating initial design sketches and computer-generated three-dimensional visuals, sometimes building models and prototypes;
• doing a variety of design work (graphic design and artwork) for different displays and exhibitions;
• taking financial responsibility for a project in terms of meeting budget constraints;
• handling production orders for materials and site services, e.g. electronics;
• meeting with and briefing suppliers;
• transporting displays to exhibition sites and installing and dismantling exhibition displays.
• ensuring all exhibitions and displays have a definite link to the museum's other collections and overall theme
• making sure that the exhibition is compatible with the museum's own materials and conservation requirements;
• travelling to other galleries and museums to find exhibitions to buy in;
• ensuring exhibitions are of the right size and quality;
• working with members from other areas of the museum, such as marketing, education, conservation, front of house and, most crucially, the curator, to produce outline plans to specification and supporting material;
• liaising with graphic and other designers, audiovisual and animatronics experts, graphic video producers and multimedia specialists and actors to create a sensory experience for the visitor.
SKILLS AND REQUIREMENT:
• strong design, drawing and artistic skills, including the ability to do perspective sketches;
• creative, imaginative and lateral thinking;
• effective communication skills for dealing and liaising with colleagues and clients through presentations, written bids and reports and also through designs;
• an outgoing and positive personality;
• excellent organisational skills;
• the ability to work well as part of a team to achieve a good design solution, sometimes accepting that your own ideas will not be adopted by the whole team;
• good commercial understanding;
• ability to work with other specialists and an awareness of other people's particular knowledge;
• knowledge of computer-based design programs, such as Quark Xpress, In Design and FreeHand;
• ability to work well under pressure and sometimes to tight deadlines.
QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS:
• Minimum of OND qualification in areas relating to architecture; fine art; graphic design; interior and spatial design; multimedia; theatre design.
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Minimum of 5 years’ Experience.
PROCEDURE FOR APPLICATION:
Qualified Applicants should apply using any of the following procedures.
1. Comment your CV or Resume to the comment box.
2. Send your CV and Cover Letter to sunrisesolutions247 @gmail.com
3. Send your name, contact number, qualifications and post applying for to the message box or the ADMIN’S Phone number displayed in this advert (07*********).
4. Upload your CV directly and click apply.
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Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted