CFO museum application platform

Salary Competitive

Children of Ash is an ongoing research project devoted to Viking ornamental art.

Our focus is on the ornamental tradition of Late Iron Age Scandinavia, expressed as a proper language, with its ‘vocabulary’, ‘grammar’, ‘syntax’ and ‘dialects’, throughout its development.

To achieve that, the original works found through archaeology are studied and ‘digested’ to extract their canons and underlying principles, which we present in comprehensive visual breakdowns as well as detailed background information.

 

A true glimpse into the Viking mind.

 

What Children of Ash seeks to create is virtual experiences for museum visitors to explore Iron Age artefacts, and follow the development of Nordic art through an Augmented Reality platform. Such platform will host several different modules, which will be run by museums as separate exhibitions on Viking Art artefacts.

To that end we have established a collaboration with a leading virtual reality technology developer for businesses, and have developed a budget towards a POC for the app platform.


Who are we looking for?

 

A financial manager with a consolidated business development experience who will develop and run our financial operations and budgeting.

 

·      Find and reach out to specific sponsors to fund the project 

·      Create an investors memorandum, including all vital components of the business plan etc. 

For more information or questions please contact us at childrenofash@gmail.com

Perks and benefits

This job comes with several perks and benefits

Skill development
Skill development

We want to take you from good to great.

Remote work allowed
Remote work allowed

You know how you perform best. Work from your couch, your favorite cafe or abroad when you feel like it.

Flexible working hours
Flexible working hours

Time is precious. Make it count. Morning person or night owl, this job is for you.

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Children of Ash

Welcome to Children of Ash, an ongoing research project devoted to Viking ornamental art and its understanding. We are developing a new museum platform application designed to use technology as an interface to present academic research to museum visitors in a visually accessible and understandable way. Our focus is on the ornamental tradition of Late Iron Age Scandinavia, expressed as a proper language, with its 'vocabulary', 'grammar', 'syntax' and 'dialects', throughout its development. To achieve that, the original works found through archaeology are studied and 'digested' to extract their canons and underlying principles, which we present to in comprehensive visual breakdowns as well as detailed background information. A true glimpse into the Viking mind.

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