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Re: [ia-14] The Metropolitan Museum of Art is looking for a few good geeks!

From: user 3.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 4:45 PM
hi chad ;)

From: Chad Saville <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Wednesday, November 23,[masked]:44 PM
Subject: Re: [ia-14] The Metropolitan Museum of Art is looking for a few good geeks!

Heyoo.. The met is amazing. But I'm a web producer, operations
analyst. Anything current? Send me a mail!

On 11/23/11, don undeen <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hello,
> Hoping that this isn't a spam, but the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Digital
> Media Department is looking for an Information Systems Developer, and a
> Media Technology Developer.
>  Media Technology Developer: this is the “gadget gal”, the arduino nerd, the
> device dude, the interface coder, etc. My Team (Media Lab), is in charge of
> pulling apart new technologies, figuring out how they work, how they don’t
> work, and what they could be used for in the museum. Production work will
> involve coding for various devices, HTML5/JS/CSS, etc. I think the term
> “Creative Technologist” would be a better description, but HR won’t let me
> use that. You may call it “Unicorn.” I’m not looking for someone who already
> knows all the technology involved; just someone who wants to be that person.
> Information Systems Developer: this is the person who’s going to feed the
> media developer with all the data and intelligence they need to make it
> happen. We use all sorts of systems here: MSSQL, MySQL, C#, PHP,
> ActionScript, Drupal, Sitecore, SemanticWeb tools, and want to get into
> more. Again, not looking for someone who can already do this stuff, but
> someone who likes the idea of trying.
> Both positions will be heavily involved in the local cultural tech
> community.
> See the applications on linkedin, here:
> If you choose to submit a resume, please send it to the email address
> provided, but also cc me:
> [address removed]
> I look forward to hearing from you.
> yours,
> Don Undeen
> Manager, Media Lab
> Digital Media Department
> Metropolitan Museum of Art

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