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Job: Digital Manager at Royal British Columbia Museum

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Digital Manager
Royal British Columbia Museum
Victoria

Under the general guidance of, and in consultation with the Head of New
Archives & Digital Preservation, the Digital Manager is responsible for
management of the museum and archives digital and other technology projects
including corporate website, social media, mobile initiatives, digital asset
management software and virtual exhibitions. The incumbent will help oversee
implementation a of collection management system project, manage the
development of a staff intranet, work with the Head of New Archives & Digital
Preservation to create and implement departmental strategy and researching
emerging technologies to identify better ways to improve access to the
collections. The incumbent works with a high degree of independence to
coordinate and analyze the delivery, implementation and maintenance of the
Royal BC Museum's digital services and projects, while leading a team of
professional staff.

  
Qualifications:

Ideally, you have completed a degree in a related field (eg, computer
sciences, communications) or have an equivalent combination of education and
experience. You have at least three years managing complex web projects and
two years managing and motivating staff along. While we prefer experience
working or volunteering in a cultural institution you will at minimum have
experience working with a museum collection management system or a major
database system. We also prefer a solid understanding of the digitization
process and associated standards.

  
You are known for your ability to work calmly under stressful conditions,
managing multiple projects (and budgets) on your own and with the assistance
of others, while maintaining a sense of humour. You demonstrate a solid
understanding of web programming languages and content management systems
including WordPress and commonly applied web standards. You also have strong
understanding of how to use technology to meet business needs.

  
This position requires Criminal Records Checks under the BC Public Service
Screening Policy and the Criminal Records Review Act and all applicants must
be legally entitled to work in Canada.

  
Compensation:

Salary: $57,754 - $65,993 per annum

  
Organization web site: http://aabc.ca/resources/job-board
/digital-manager-victoria/

Application deadline: Dec 17 2013

How to apply:

We are accepting applications for this opportunity until midnight, December
17, 2013. Please refer to the job description and selection criteria to ensure
your application addresses the areas we will be looking at when assessing an
applicant's suitability for this opportunity.

  
Please submit your application to the Human Resources branch quoting
Competition RB2013:012, via email to: [log in to unmask]

  
Note: under the current managed staffing strategy, the RBCM will consider in-
service applicants first.

  
Note: Some information was omitted from this posting. To view the full posting
as well as the job description, visit the Royal BC Museum's Employment page.



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