Project Manager for Data and Digitization (Full-Time with Benefits, Temp Role for 18 months, Hybrid)

Computer History Museum's Shustek Center

Fremont, California


The position will support the OpenCHM initiative and general collection operations. OpenCHM is a strategic, long-term initiative to build a technology platform that allows us to “unlock” our world-class collection and share it more broadly – to reach millions around the globe with impact.  The Project Manager for Data and Digitization has primary responsibility for managing a large digitization project including metadata creation and integration of newly digitized materials from the Museum’s collection into the new Collections Management System (CMS). The Project Manager will work closely with the new Metadata Specialist. The incumbent will work at the Museum’s Shustek Center in Fremont, California. The work schedule is flexible within normal working hours and some work can be done remotely.

For more details and instructions on how to apply, go to: Project Manager for Data and Digitization - CHM (