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Collections Database Programer positionPosted on: December 08, 2018
In partnership with the University of Massachusetts Boston, Plimoth Plantation seeks a Collections Database Programmer to lead the digitization efforts of the Museum.
The Collections Database Programmer will assist with digitization of four of Plimoth Plantation’s archaeological collections and implement an online database of this information for scholarly and public use. This position manages the digitization, long term preservation, organization, and distribution of the museums’ digitized and born-digital material. As part of the Center for 17th-Century Studies at Plimoth (CSSP), the Collections Database Programmer creates and maintains sustainable online and offline systems while diligently working toward Plimoth’s goal of preservation and dissemination of digital materials. This position is 30 month, part-time grant funded position through Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts, but can be conducted from a remote location with the possibility of regular visits to Plimoth Plantation.
About the Project:
This project will digitize the artifacts and archaeological excavation records for the Winslow Site (C2), the William Bradford II Site (C6) and the Allerton-Cushman Site (C21) and assist in implementing an online database to disseminate the data.
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