Colonial Williamsburg's John D. Rockefeller Library is recruiting an Associate Digital Content Specialist. Degree: "Advanced degree in architectural history, archaeology, American studies, or related field."
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
- Works as a member of a team of technical and subject specialists to advance digital initiatives in the Digital History Center of the John D. Rockefeller Library.
- Examines research questions about eighteenth-century Williamsburg in innovative ways by bringing current research data into new technological environments.
- Creates and designs digital applications such as websites, mobile web features and smart phone apps.
- Manages Digital History Center (DHC) and Research and Historical Interpretation (RHI) division websites and all related files, including databases and geodatabases. . . .
- Identifies and digitizes relevant research materials for online applications; may include scanning, digital photography, transcription/OCR conversion of text/data, text encoding, and cataloging in The Museum System (TMS) or other project databases.