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Do you believe in the power of technology to make art and history accessible to everyone? We are looking for a Data Processor to work on an exciting new cultural project.
The Watercolour World (TWW) is developing a free, global, geolocated database of historical watercolours. Launched in January 2019, we are rapidly expanding our image bank, working with public and private collections from all over the world.
As Data Processor you would have an essential role in our dynamic team. You will be responsible for collating, enhancing and standardising datasets from all contributing collections; oversee a small team of volunteers who add tags and locations to each image; and prepare monthly uploads to the TWW website. This role is well suited to an information professional in digital humanities or data management, who has good communication skills, and is keen to gain experience in the cultural or charity sectors.
You will be responsible for:
You will report into the Managing Editor and be working with our Special Projects Lead.
Ideally you are familiar with some or all of the following…
…and have the following general strengths:
Our offices are based in the City of London. The role currently has working hours of 9.30am-5.30pm, 5 days per week. Salary £22-25,000 dependent on experience.