Visual Arts Resources Coordinator – College of the Holy Cross

The Visual Arts Resources Coordinator will work closely with the Visual Arts Faculty and Librarians in managing the College’s slide and digital image collections, an essential teaching resource. He/she will collaborate with faculty in preparing, editing, and presenting images within the classroom setting. The Coordinator will become the primary campus resource person for ArtStor, as well as other image databases. He/she will also be responsible for the overall acquisition, processing, cataloguing, and maintenance of both slide and digital images. The successful candidate will be a proven team player able to work closely with faculty, librarians, media specialists, information technology staff, and students and will be capable of teaching designation courses within the Department of Visual Arts. The Coordinator will serve as reference librarian to the Visual Arts Department.
of teaching designation courses within the Department of Visual Arts.

QUALIFICATIONS:

MA in Art History and MLS required. Experience in classroom teaching desired. Working knowledge of image cataloging procedures and management, library systems and practices, including authority control. He/she must have thorough knowledge of current cataloging standards (AACR2, Library of Congress Subject Headings, OCLC, MARC, Dublin Core, VRA, and other metadata schema). Will stay abreast of issues and trends in the management of digital images and be able to evaluate and implement future improvements. Knowledge of digital rights management essential. Knowledge of image editing software (Photoshop).

To Apply:

Please visit: www.holycross.edu/human_resources/

or Mail cover letter, resume and contact information for 3 references to:

Assistant Director/Employment
College of the Holy Cross
One College Street
Worcester, MA 01610,

or Fax: 508-793-3575

The College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and complies with all Federal and Massachusetts laws concerning Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action in the workplace.

A member of the Colleges of Worcester Consortium

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