Web/Software Application Developer – Indianapolis Museum of Art

Web/Software Application Developer

The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) seeks a talented Software/Web Application Developer to work as part of a collaborative creative team in order to implement innovative web-based software applications. Successful candidates will be fluent in modern web development methods. Additionally, candidates should be proficient with web-based content management systems (e.g. WordPress, Drupal, etc.) and have experience customizing the functionality of these systems based on client needs. Proven experience in developing with object-oriented programming languages, databases and JavaScript is required. Ideal candidates will be familiar with PHP and mobile application development, either native or web-based. This position will work as a member of the IMA Lab (see http://www.imamuseum.org/imalab).

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Informatics or related field with at least 3 years of experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task and work under deadline pressures while maintaining a great attention to detail
  • Strong knowledge of online best practices
  • Creativity
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Databases
  • PHP
  • JavaScript
  • HTML and CSS


  • Drupal development
  • Mobile web applications
  • Native mobile applications (iOS, Android)
  • Linux


To apply, please send your resume to: ATTN:  Human Resources – 4000 Michigan Road; Indianapolis, IN 46208, e-mail to hr@imamuseum.org, or fax to 317-920-2655.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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About Kyle Jaebker

Kyle is the Director of the IMA Lab at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and is responsible for managing all digital projects for the IMA and their external clients. Kyle’s work spans from web and on-site interactives to mobile. While at the IMA, Kyle has used his background in software development and leadership to work with the IMA Lab team in building technology solutions for a variety of museum projects. This includes an integral role in the development and management of the OSCI Toolkit grant to create an online catalogue toolset, the Tap & TourML grant for developing a tour data specification and toolset, the IMA website and in-gallery interactives. Additionally, Kyle has played a major role in growing the IMA Lab to not only support the IMA technology needs, but also to support other cultural institutions though consulting. Kyle has a real passion for using open source tools and the latest technologies to solve complex problems for both the IMA and the museum community at large.

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