Job Posting: RICHES Visualization Designer

The Regional Initiative for Collecting the History, Experiences, and Stories Digital Archiving Project (RICHES) is seeking visualization designer to develop a map-based visualization for the Bending Toward Justice digital exhibit space. The project is funded by an Iron Mountain Community Engagement grant for 20 hours/week. Please submit a letter of interest, CV, and portfolio of work to Connie Lester, PhD, at Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.


• 50%: Technical development of interactive visualizations

• 25%: Meeting with project stakeholders and team members to discuss project milestones, design ideas, and incorporate team expertise

• 25%: Storyboarding and planning project features



• Portfolio of completed interactive data visualizations using web-based tools

• Experience with HTML, CSS, and Javascript

• Experience with contemporary web-based visualization tools, such as Leaflet or StoryMaps, D3.js, or comparable toolsets

• Experience with working in interdisciplinary teams including Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)


• Experience with GIS technologies, such as ArcGIS

• Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication abilities

• Ability to plan out and sketch prospective designs in conjunction with team members

• Interest in History and Orlando-area historical initiatives