Academic Technology SpecialistThe Visual Resources Center provides an image collection and image production services to support the instructional program of the Department of Art & Art History. Formerly aligned with the Department of Art & Art History (AAH), VRC was recently transferred to the Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources (SULAIR), where it operates under the supervision of the Art & Architecture Library.
The Visual Resources Center (VRC) is one of several centers, schools and departments participating in the Academic Technology Specialists (ATS) Program which places technology experts with specific disciplinary training into departments where they can leverage their unique combination of skills to assist faculty in utilizing technology in the pursuit of their research and teaching goals. The ATS will play a central role in strategic planning and program development as VRC works to enhance and significantly expand its existing operation.
A Bachelor’s degree in the humanities plus at least 5 years of experience in academic computing and technology project management or equivalent is required. An advanced degree in Art History and/or Library and Information Science or related experience is desirable.
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