Library of Social Science is organizing the book exhibit for the 16th Annual Meeting of the International Society for, Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis, coming up November 17-19 at the University Place Hotel, located at 310 SW Lincoln St, Portland, OR 97201. Please see below for a description of this exciting conference.
We seek an responsible, energetic onsite book exhibit manager to handle our display at the meeting. The exhibit will consist of 250 titles displayed on 10-12 tables. Please scroll down to see a photo of what a typical LSS book exhibit looks like.
This is primarily a sales position, however LSS book exhibits often becomes a central locus of the meeting so you will have the opportunity to connect with the major thinkers and authors in a given discipline.
We welcome graduate students in the social sciences, or business/management, to apply. You will be rigorously trained by—and have the full support of—the Library of Social Science staff.
The main responsibilities of this position involve:
- Setting up the exhibit: moving boxes from storage to the exhibit area, and arranging books on tables.
- Managing the book exhibit each day of the conference: discussing books with attendees, selling/taking orders for books, keeping the exhibit space neat and organized.
- Break down the exhibit: packing and shipping books.
LSS will arrange travel to/from the conference location, cover hotel fees, and provide a food stipend.
To apply for the position, please reply to this posting or write to email@example.com.
About Library of Social Science
Library of Social Science is the premier book exhibit company in North America, creating, organizing and managing book exhibits at cutting-edge scholarly and professional conferences. At each LSS book exhibit, we bring together a comprehensive collection of the significant titles on the conference theme. We represent the world’s most prominent publishers, a partial list of which is here.
About the ISPS-US Conference
ISPS champions the application of psychoanalysis, cognitive-behavioral and related individual, family and group therapies, in contrast to the current reliance on medication to treat psychotic disorders. Their rich conference brings together mental health professionals—psychologists, psychiatrists and nurses—as well as service users and their families. Topics discussed include all schools and methods of psychotherapy; drama, art and music therapy; psychotherapy’s interaction with genetics and neurology; the realities of those who have experienced psychosis; and phenomenology and society. This promises to be the most exciting psychology-and psychotherapy-related conference of the year. Click here to read the conference program.