Find Your Place in History Here
At History Factory, you won’t find big machines cranking out widgets and gadgets. Instead, you’ll work with smart, fascinating people doing interesting and unusual work–collecting, organizing and archiving materials found deep within a company’s history. Together, we interpret the gems of authentic content we find in a company’s past and develop programs to help it chart its future.
History degree not required
Only advanced degrees of curiosity and passion
To thrive here, the main requirements are an inquisitive mind, a collaborative spirit, infectious enthusiasm, and a strong desire to help our clients write the next chapter in their history.
The Exhibit Designer will work closely with the Director of Design and the design team to design, coordinate and integrate exhibits, graphics and media concepts into world-class experience installations.
The Production Manager, working in conjunction with the Sr. Production Manager or Director, will be responsible for all aspects of the development, production and installation process of museum/exhibit components, both physical and technology based. You will be responsible for ensuring that the museum components are produced safely, on time and within budget. This is done in conjunction with achieving the creative objectives of the approved concept(s), meeting History Factory’s financial objectives, and maintaining History Factory’s high quality standards.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Inter-office relationships: Production Manager will regularly interface with the Sr. Production Manager or Director, design, curatorial, archival and account management. Additionally, regular interface with outside partners and clients will be required.
Some travel (approx. 15%), both local and nationwide, is required. Note some travel for installs will have a duration of a week or longer.
The primary function of the Content Strategist’s job at History Factory is developing content strategy based on a company or client’s business objectives and their customer or end user’s needs. You will oversee content requirements and develop various deliverables across a project life cycle.
You will create and help maintain editorial calendars, style guides, taxonomies, metadata frameworks and content migration plans. You may also be responsible for managing other employees and/or freelancers, maintaining budgets, and assisting with the technical integration of content.
You have the analytical abilities necessary to gather/distill key business and user insights, and apply your planning skills to create a long-term vision for the content that’s generated. Project management experience will help you keep projects on track and within budget.
You have the ability to compellingly communicate a brand’s story, and a design sensibility to envision how content will be presented or distributed in visual and audio storytelling formats other than text-based articles.
A firm understanding of user experience and strong search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) skills are preferred.
To be successful, it is a given that you are gifted with words, able to craft, curate, edit and align information. You also should be effective in content organization as well as the art of persuasion and marketing. A real passion for experimentation and an ability to move quickly is a plus. Ideally, we’d love someone with:
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