The role of Digital Curator will lead in the development and delivery of a pioneering, interactive learning experience for the one million people who visit Kelvingrove Museum each year – an experience that facilitates emotional, intellectual and physical access to the museum’s collections.
To be successful in this role you will have the following skills and experience:
• Ability to develop engaging, audience-appropriate content and digital experiences
• Experience working as part of a wider team to develop story-based digital interpretation
• Skill implementing a variety of digital storytelling techniques
• Experience delivering end user experiences that work across multiple digital platforms
• Ability to research and present analysis of the capabilities and limitations of relevant digital technologies
• Understanding of creating scoping documentation for variety of complex software and hardware projects
• Demonstrable experience of developing audience-focussed digital projects for public display, and understanding of developmental lifecycles – from prototyping to delivery
• An understanding of the capabilities of both hardware and software platforms for delivering robust, public-facing digital experiences
Glasgow Life services are the top performing services delivered by or on behalf of Glasgow City Council. Three of the top four scores for satisfaction are achieved by our services, including Museums and Art Galleries, Libraries and Sport and Leisure Facilities. None of this would have been achieved without the considerable strength of our workforce – building on our commitment to make Glasgow a successful and vibrant city.
This post is temporary for up to a period of 2 years.
Please note this is a re advertisement and previous applicants should not re-apply.