Freelance digital analyst consultant for The Andy Warhol Museum

The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is seeking a freelance consultant to perform analysis of digital products, including websites, mobile applications, gallery interactives, and video. The digital engagement team at The Warhol is committed to user-centered design, using research insights to drive strategy. A successful candidate will have a strong background in quantitative data analysis of digital products to complement the museum’s focus in qualitative user research.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead museum staff in uncovering goals and opportunities, with the aim of developing analyses that lead to actionable insights
  • Establish key performance indicators (KPIs) and benchmarks for digital products
  • Configure Google Analytics and other analytics tools to measure and report on user behavior according to museum goals
  • Design a reporting workflow that can be easily maintained by the manager of digital engagement, the results of which effectively communicate to staff across the museum

Consultant can be based remotely.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through June 2, 2017 or until the position is filled. If interested, please submit a cover letter to Desi Gonzalez, manager of digital engagement (gonzalezd@warhol.org). In the letter, include a description of your qualifications, a statement on how you might approach this project and what tools/methodologies you might use, and a proposed project or hourly rate.

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About Desi Gonzalez

Desi Gonzalez writes, researches, and makes things at the intersection of art and technology. She currently lives in Pittsburgh, where she leads digital engagement at the Andy Warhol Museum. Previously, she designed educational tech at La Victoria Lab in Peru, developed interpretive experiences at the Museum of Modern Art, and managed a kids website at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her writing has been featured in publications including Art in America, Art Papers, Indiewire, and The Brooklyn Rail. She holds a B.A. in art history and linguistics from Emory University and an M.S. in comparative media studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.