Digital Initiatives within the Getty Research Institute is helping to develop new ways to access collections and conduct art historical research in the digital age.
We are looking for a Project Manager to work on our team and in collaboration with colleagues across the Getty Research Institute and Getty Digital. The Project Manager will support the transformation of the Provenance Index and its ongoing innovative research program, using Linked Open Data to re-imagine the study of the history of collecting and provenance, and PhotoTech, a pilot study of how digital technologies can advance the use of photo archives as research tools, as well as other projects in digital art history.
As Project Manager, you will report to the Project Leads, and be responsible for working with them and the rest of the team, including content experts as well as software developers, to help plan and execute these initiatives. You will be responsible for coordinating activities and ensuring smooth workflows; monitoring progress and schedules; supporting user experience and user interface analysis; and communicating with project stakeholders, management, and other relevant parties. You will have the opportunity to contribute significantly to these innovative projects as well as participate in scholarly convenings.
The Getty Research Institute is dedicated to furthering knowledge and advancing understanding of the visual arts. Its Research Library with special collections of rare materials and digital resources serves an international community of scholars and the interested public. You will work on an amazing campus, collaborating with leading curators, librarians, archivists, and academics. We offer paid vacation, every other Friday off and excellent benefits.
The position is being offered as a full-time, limited term employee funded through June 24, 2022.
USEFUL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS