Digital Humanities Intern

Job Description
Type of Job: 
Internship
Main Areas of Responsibility: 

Build semantic queries to retrieve collections and other forms of data, 20%; document and share data explorations through interactive presentations, 25%; build out portions of the linked data documentation, 10%; research data visualization and other tools and document their research and data storytelling, 15%; compose an original essay using collections data visualization to be published in Stories from the O’Keeffe, 10%; and learning across the organization, 20%.

Additional Areas of Responsibility: 

Learn data models and museum data standards; build familiarity querying semantic data; visualization tools for making interactive presentations with museum data and data storytelling; creative problem-solving; and presenting complex technical ideas to non-technical colleagues.

Other Information/Requirements: 

All are required to wear a mask, common surfaces sanitized regularly, etc.; some college preferred
Skills & Abilities; front end software development skills; basic understanding of data science & semantic data; demonstrated experience with Python programming language, or equivalent; experience with research in the humanities field, preferably within art history; and demonstrated problem solving & curiosity.

How to Apply: 

To be considered, please send your resume to: [email protected] The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is an equal-opportunity employer & considers all candidates for employment based on such factors as knowledge, education, skill, experience, the ability to perform required activities and availability, and without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, citizenship, national origin, disability or any other legally protected status.

Contact Information
Name: 
Maggie R
Agency/Organization: 
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Address: 
217 Johnson Street
City: 
Santa Fe
State: 
New Mexico
Zip/Postal Code: 
87501
Business Phone: 
(505) 946-1086
Email Address: 
Internal Info
Date to Post: 
Feb 15 2021
Date to Remove: 
May 16 2021

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