Applications until April 17
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a private institution whose main purpose is to improve people’s quality of life through art, charity, science, and education. The Foundation carries out its activities from its headquarters in Lisbon, and from its branches in Paris and London.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum houses one of the most important private art collections in the world, assembled during his lifetime by Mr Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian, with works spanning five thousand years of art, from Ancient Egypt to the 20th century. In addition to its Collection, the Gulbenkian Museum organizes temporary exhibitions and other activities such as guided tours, workshops, conferences, among various other activities.
We are seeking to reinforce the Museum team with a Digital Content Officer.
Contractual conditions: Permanent employment contract
Ensure that content produced and made available is operationalized in accordance with the procedures and timeline established in partnership with other Organic Units of the Foundation.
Monitor the quality of processes and content related to the Gulbenkian Museum collections.
Manage the editorial content for the digital dissemination of the Museum’s collections and programming on its various platforms.
Coordinate all matters related to the production of editorial content with internal partners and external suppliers, namely authors, translators, producers, etc.
Assess the quality of texts and translations. Prepare promotional materials for temporary exhibitions and for the Museum’s programming. Monitor and adjust the dissemination schedule of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum.
Monitor project budgets, in coordination with the area manager. Produce written documentation throughout the projects for their management and registration.
Support the head of Cultural Mediation and Digital Strategy in the strategic planning of communication and mediation projects.
Edit and review digital mediation scripts and content in accordance with the Foundation’s editing standards: scripts, image selection, image rights, fact-checking, translations.
Benchmark digital mediation content related to relevant collections and exhibitions.
Monitor and adjust project production schedules.
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