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Interactive Exhibit Programmer

NC Museum of Natural Sciences k

Raleigh, NC

Feb 24
Job Description

The Interactive Exhibit Developer is a part of the Exhibits & Digital Media section of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. This position will design and develop engaging and inclusive interactive digital experiences for in-gallery and remote audiences using innovative technology and digital storytelling techniques. Applications include, but are not limited to, exhibit multimedia applications, immersive online experiences, and digital signage. The position will work closely with exhibit developers, designers, educators, science researchers, and digital media staff to create custom applications.

To read more and apply for the position, please visit the State of NC government job board site at:

Job closes on March 17 at 5pm.

NC Museum of Natural Sciences

The state’s museum devoted to science and nature, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in central Raleigh, is the largest institution of its kind in the Southeastern United States and, with over a million visitors a year, the state’s most visited museum. Its 300,000-square-foot downtown campus is augmented by Prairie Ridge Ecostation and satellite facilities in Whiteville, Greenville, and Contentnea Creek. Together, they provide a variety of curriculum-focused classes onsite, offsite, outdoors, and online for pre-kindergarten through graduate students across the state.

As a museum of nature, we integrate the dual concepts of illumination and inspiration with the work we do and the many stories we tell. In a time of unprecedented environmental challenges, nothing could be more critical. This nexus of ideas makes us unique. Across three vibrant floors of laboratories and exhibitions, our Nature Research Center provides an unparalleled opportunity to see science in action by watching museum researchers studying the natural world in real-time. In the Nature Exploration Center, exhibits and live animal displays reveal North Carolina’s rich natural habitats, wildlife, and geology from the Appalachian Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean.