Digital Projects Specialist Summary The Maryland Center for History and Culture has an immediate opening for an innovative Digital Projects Coordinator to join a dynamic Education Department. The ideal candidate for this position is a dynamic, collaborative, and high-energy individual who has experience in museum education, possesses an engaging “on-air” personality, grasps the potential of technology in museums, dreams big, and makes it happen! This position reports to the Director of Education and is part of a department of five staff. Over the past seven years, MCHC has developed a wide range of digital initiatives, including a thriving distance learning program, Virtual Field Trips (VFTs), and an interactive online history curriculum—the Historical Investigations Portal (HIP)—all of which reach students and teachers across the nation. We are fully committed to expanding digital engagement, including increased integration of technology into exhibitions, online video content, and virtual public programs for all audiences. responsibilities Share responsibility for Virtual Field Trip program delivery with the Digital Learning Specialist, including troubleshooting studio equipment and technical test calls with schools;Collaborate with the IT Manager and Digital Learning Specialist on the development and maintenance of studio spaces;Maintain, update, and design new lessons for HIP, the online history curriculum, including the development of custom tools, answer keys, and integration of audio/visual material;Coordinate with school districts to integrate the HIP into Learning Management Systems (LMSs), providing technical support and professional development training with the Director of Education;Create monthly and quarterly reports for HIP engagement, utilizing Google Analytics and other data sources;Film and edit video content created by various departments across the organization, including creating captions for public accessibility;Collaborate with museum staff to create, maintain, and troubleshoot interactive digital content and equipment for exhibitions;Contribute to overall operations of the Education Department, including developing new programs, marketing and developing content for social media, and staffing school programs when necessary;Supervise interns;All other duties as assigned. qualifications B.A. in Museum Studies, Museum Education, Public History, Education, History, or related field; M.A. is preferred;1-2 years of experience delivering engaging programming with children, especially grades K-8;Self-starter willing to learn and master new technology, including HTML and CSS, video editing software, Prezi, videoconferencing software, Adobe Suite, and Google Suite;Familiarity with Apple and PC;Experience with WordPress and CMS platform management;Excellent verbal communication skills and meticulous attention to detail;Knowledge of and interest in U.S. history; knowledge of Maryland history, a plus;Passion for history, art, and education. preferred skills and experience 1-2 years of experience managing digital projects in a museum or nonprofit setting;Experience working with lesson plans and standards; researching in archives, a plus;Experience with graphic design or app creation, a plus. This is a full time, salaried position with benefits. The salary range is $37,000-$40,000 and is determined based on the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate. Some evenings and weekends required (average of 2-3 per month). Apply Please email a cover letter, resume with contacts of three professional references, and salary requirements to email@example.com. Subject line: Digital Projects Specialist. Incomplete applications may not be considered. No phone calls, please. The Maryland Center for History and Culture is an equal opportunity employer. View more job openings at MCHC.