A Content Developer plays a key role in making art history accessible to a diverse audience. This involves using language, media and technology to make exhibitions and programmes more interesting and engaging.
This person will be part of the Singapore Visual Arts Cluster’s (SVAC) Content Publishing team, which develops a range of content including the publications, multimedia audio guides, exhibition labels, collaterals, education material, digital publications and other platforms. Publications range from exhibition catalogues to general and children’s titles, covering mainly Southeast Asian art history, museum collections, exhibitions, research and buildings.
He/She will develop a range of content on these platforms and report to the Deputy Director, Content Publishing. This role suits someone with editorial experience.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Manage existing content development projects and bring a concept to fruition. This includes working with writers/authors, curators, educators and programmers, as well as designers, printers or technology developers. This requires a keen understanding of the SVAC institutions’ content, the nature of content and strong project management skills
- Adapting, repackaging and editing content for various platforms, including print, web, app and other digital platforms. This involves a good understanding of different audience segments and how to angle or nuance a message appropriately and effectively, while maintaining its integrity
- Supporting the SVAC institutions’ digital asset and content management system
- Support the Content Publishing team’s various other projects
- At least 5 years editorial experience, ideally in an area of publishing
- A degree in the humanities
- A keen interest in the arts
- Strong communication skills
- Strong project management skills
- A collaborative team player
- Think critically and independently
- Comfortable with complexity and change
Please send your application to [email protected]. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be notified.