The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) seeks a Content Developer for Experiencing History, a digital primary source tool for the college classroom.
This position is a two-year, term staff position. Experiencing History presents a curated set of contextualized, annotated, and translated primary sources from the Museum’s vast collections (including historical film footage, oral testimonies, diaries and letters, official documents, photographs and more) and from external collections in a flexible interface meant to appeal to a broad array of higher-education audiences. Working together with the product owners, stakeholders, and development team, the Content Developer edits and creates digital content that serves the goals of the project.
This Content Developer has a firm grounding in Holocaust Studies and has a Ph.D. in a related discipline or is in the final stages of finishing their doctoral work. The Content Developer is also conversant in the digital humanities and is comfortable using a Content Management System.
This is a two-year term, full-time donated position (non-Federal), paid with the Museum’s donated funds. Salary is commensurate with experience.