Full time/Part time - Fixed Term
The Fitzwilliam Museum is reinventing itself. As the principal museum of the University of Cambridge and one of the largest cultural venues in the region, the Fitzwilliam aims to be a crucial bridge between the University, the city and the rest of the world, with an international reputation for extraordinary research, world class exhibitions, sector-leading public engagement and over half a million artefacts and works of art spanning centuries and cultures.
The Content Producer: Digital Humanities will provide human resources to power the digital outputs of two research projects, which will lead to an innovative and sector-leading experience: Unlocking the English Portrait Miniature: The Materiality of Isaac Oliver's Oeuvre and Manuscript Futures, a new initiative marking the 10th anniversary of the MINIARE research project.
The role holder will work with the Fitzwilliam Museum's Digital and IT team and with members of the Curatorial, Conservation and Scientific Research teams, to develop content strategy, produce project documentation and project-manage an external contracted agency who will be producing the final digital resource for the Isaac Oliver project.
Location: working from home/telework, with occasional presence required on site at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 9 months in the first instance.
Salary: £26,715 - £30,942
Additional details: The role is full-time, though consideration will be given to the role being undertaken on a part-time basis.
Closing Date: Sunday 5th September at 12 Midnight
Interviews: Monday 20th September 2021
Further information and a link to the University of Cambridge's online applications system are available at www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/30590/.