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Job: Data Visualization Designer and Digital Consultant for the Arts at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Data Visualization Designer and Digital Consultant for the Arts
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Blacksburg

Working Title:Data Visualization Designer and Consultant
for the Arts

  
Faculty Rank:Lecturer

  
Posting Number:AP0160143

  
Position Summary:

  
The University Libraries of Virginia Tech seeks a specialist to join a team
offering critical and sophisticated new technology development services that
enhance the scholarly and creative expression of faculty and graduate
students. This new position will bring relevant computational techniques to
the enhance the fields of Art and Design at Virginia Tech, and will serve as a
visual design consultant to project teams using data visualization
methodologies.

  
The ideal candidates will have demonstrated web development and programming
skills, knowledge of digital research methods and tools in Art and Design,
experience managing and interpreting common types of digital data and assets
studied in those fields.

  
The Data Visualization Designer & Digital Consultant for the Arts will not
only help researchers in Art and Design fields develop, manage, and sustain
digital creative works and digital forms of scholarly expression, but also
help researchers across Virginia Tech design effective visual representations
of their research. Successful candidates will work collaboratively with other
Virginia Tech units, such as the School of Visual Arts; the School of
Performing Arts; the Moss Center for the Arts; the Institute for Creativity,
Arts, and Technology; and the arts community development initiative VTArtWorks
(made possible by the Institute of Museum and Library Services
[SP-02-15-0034-15])

  
Responsibilities

  
- Investigates and applies existing and emerging technologies that help strengthen the Libraries' mission to enhance and curate visual representations of data at Virginia Tech.  
  
- Develops and modifies technologies and designs processes that facilitate data visualization/exploration, data and information access, data discovery, data mining, data publishing, data management, and preservation  
  
- Serves as consultant to researchers on data visualization, visual design principles, and related computational tools and methods in the digital arts  
  
- Keeps up with trends in digital research issues, methods, and tools in related disciplines  
  
- Identifies data, digital scholarship, and digital library development referral opportunities; makes connections with research teams across campus  
  
- Participates in teams and working groups and in various data-related projects and initiatives as a result of developments and changes in library services  
  
Required Qualifications:

  
- Master's or other advanced degree in a computing field or field related to Art and Design OR Bachelor's degree in a computing field or field related to the supported community and significant experience equivalent to an advanced degree  
- Experience with web development and/or programming (any language)  
- Experience with, and knowledge of trends in, digital research tools and methods  
- Thorough understanding of university research environments  
- A service ethic and a desire to further the cause of university research  
- Ability to work collaboratively in a team-based environment  
- Demonstrated ability to handle multiple complex projects simultaneously, to set priorities, and to meet deadlines  
- Good interpersonal and communication skills  
  
Preferred Qualifications:

  
- Master's degree or other advanced degree in a computing field  
- Experience, training or education in informatics, data analytics, data/text mining  
- Experience with digital research tools and methods in Art and Design fields, including but not limited to AutoDesk and MaxMSP, visualization libraries like d3.js or Bokeh, and data visualization software such as Tableau or Compendium.  
- Experience supporting interdisciplinary research projects  
- Demonstrated commitment to collaboration and sharing of code  
  
Employment Conditions:Must have a criminal background check

Must have a conviction check:Yes

  
How to Apply for this Job:

Applications must be submitted online at http://www.hr.vt.edu/employment. The
application package needs to include a resume, cover letter addressing the
candidate's experience with the responsibilities associated with the position,
and the required and preferred qualifications, names of three (3) references
and their contact information. Review of applications will begin as received
and continue until the position is filled.

  
Employee Category:Administrative and Professional Faculty

Appointment Type:Regular

Percent Employment:Full-time

Pay Range:$55,000-$60,000 (Commensurate with Qualifications
and Education)

Department:Library

Work Location:Blacksburg

Work Schedule:Monday-Friday 8am -5pm or as assigned

Posting Date:06/01/2016

Job Review Date:07/01/2016

Quick Link:http://listings.jobs.vt.edu/postings/66692



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