The Web Content Specialist is responsible for coordinating the office’s
digital and on-line content. Creates digital content,
including on-line scholarly publishing, web material, collections management,
and social media. Participates in other curatorial duties
as assigned. This position requires the ability to work in
a small workstation in an office environment without an expectation of
privacy, where noise levels are usually moderate.
* Bachelor’s degree in History of Art and/or progressively responsible curatorial or digital humanities experience. A Master’s degree is preferred.
* The applicant should be actively engaged in and demonstrated capacity to learn new approaches to digital humanities.
* Temperament to communicate with a variety of personalities in a tactful, pleasant and professional manner.
* Strong organizational, oral and written communication skills.
* Ability to exercise discretion in fulfillment of responsibilities in a fast-paced environment, and flexibility to work as a member of a team performing shared duties.
* Must be competent in operation of IBM-PC compatibles, multi-tasked oriented and able to lift objects weighing up to 25 pounds.