Seeking: Programmer with GIS Experience
The Shadow Lines Project is seeking a programmer with GIS experience for a 3-month contract with the possibility for future work. The Shadow Lines Project is a collaboration between students, researchers, and Indigenous communities that is seeking to create a database of Indigenous objects and collections and their movement from communities, to individual collectors, and to museums/institutions. The working website and interactive map prototype can be found at shadowlines.org.
We are currently searching for a programmer to research the three best available proprietary or non-proprietary softwares to help us create our interactive map and database to display our data set. Our needs will most likely not fully be met by any one software, so we need someone who can also help us identify the future development work that will be required to realize this project. After the three best softwares are identified we will need three prototypes built for each of the software that we can use for further grant funding. The three prototypes will be due at the end of February, March, and April, respectively. The budget for this work is $3,500.
Project directors are Jane Anderson and Eugenia Kisin of NYU. For more information or to bid on this project please email Emily Rogers at email@example.com