Wage and Hour Division (WHD)
Service Contract Act Directory of Occupations
13013 Exhibits Specialist III
At this level Exhibits Specialists are responsible for the construction of portions of more complex exhibits, such as models, three dimensional training aids, or complex exhibit cases and other exhibit furniture.
Complexity of work may be indicated by: (a) subject matter which requires extensive study and search of the literature; (b) the need to demonstrate the significance of an event or development; (c) the need to present the development or evaluation of an event; and (d) subject matter involving several disciplines. Another area of work at this level includes the planning of detailed work processes and actual restoration work on historic structures or valuable items, or the construction of replicas or models requiring greater skill than is required for the work at the Exhibits Specialist II level. At level III, Exhibits Specialists are comparatively free to use judgment in selecting work methods and materials, and developing techniques and color schemes.