XML/TEI text encoding job at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

The National Gallery of Art's Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts is
seeking a full-time, on-site text-encoding specialist for a website under
development:  "The History of the Accademia di San Luca, 1589-1635: Documents
from the Archivio di Stato, Rome."

Key responsibilities:

--    Work with project head and members of Accademia team to define technical
strategies, set development targets, and develop needed capabilities
--    Define TEI architecture and standards for Accademia project
--    Tag approx. 400 transcribed archival documents according to TEI standards
--    Set standards and provide technical oversight to web developer concerning
design, implementation, and maintenance of Accademia website
--    Work with Publications Office/Web team to develop and integrate database
for scholarly users
--    Analyze and select technology for use in development and maintenance of
Accademia website
--    Lead project team in final development and testing of website
--    Assume role as respondent to public queries and comments

--    Bachelor's degree in media studies or related subject in the humanities
--    Demonstrated experience with database and website development
--    HTML, XML, TEI
--    Art history and/or Italian/Latin training a plus

Salary $40,000 per year, plus federal leave and health benefits, and allowance
for project-related travel. Position funded through December 15, 2010. Email
resume by March 15, 2008 to Dr. Peter M. Lukehart, Accademia Project Director,
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