1718FW: [talk] Position listing
- Sep 12, 2013
Robert R. McCormick Museum
Ford’s Theatre Society seeks a Digital Projects Manager to be responsible for research and development of digital projects relating to the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, as well to provide guidance and support for other digital learning initiatives at Ford’s Theatre. Principal responsibilities include:
· Overseeing research, development and implementation of digital exhibition components
· Building and managing relationships with possible partner sites, including museums, historic sites, libraries and independent advisors;
· In partnership with outside consultants, conducting visitor research, and drafting logic models and interpretive plans for digital projects;
· Establishing systems for digital collections from multiple institutions;
· Prototyping digital learning and interpretive platforms, including mechanisms for online contributions;
· Developing and implementing outreach plans; and
· Generating grant reports and project recommendations for external and internal viewership.
We seek a collaborative and diplomatic team player with strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills. Energy, enthusiasm, initiative, and innovation are key qualities for this position. Demonstrated engagement with new developments in multimedia solutions, technologies, and user interface designs is essential. Four years of related experience required. This position is grant-funded through September 2014. Salary is commensurate with experience.
To apply, submit cover letter and resume to Director of Education Sarah Jencks at sjencks@....
Director of Education Programming
Ford's Theatre Society
514 Tenth Street, NW
511 Tenth Street, NW (Packages)
Washington, DC 20004
T 202-639-1580 F 202-347-6269
P please consider the environment before printing this email
The Museum-Ed Discussion List is sponsored by:
SAIC's New Low-Res MFA
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Low-Residency MFA provides a unique educational experience focusing on Attention, Sensation, and Perception—vital concepts for visual artists, writers, curators, architects, designers, and educators devoted to contemporary art. The program combines three summer residencies, online classes, and artist/mentors in your home location.
Visit the Museum-Ed Web site for programs, archives, sample documents and more.
To reply to this message, address your reply to talk@... To send a new message to the list, address it to talk@... To access and search the discussion list archives http://museum-ed.org/discussionlist/searchable-archives/ To unsubscribe from: talk@..., just follow this link: http://museum-ed.org/discussionlist/subscribeunsubscribe/