Visual Resources Curator, School of Architecture, Princeton University


Visual Resources Curator

Princeton University seeks a Visual Resources Curator located at the School of Architecture.  The position is responsible for all daily operations of audio-visual use at the School of Architecture: manage the Visual Resources collection of slides, digital images, audio and videotapes; manage new digital conversion procedures according to industry and university standards; coordinate slide photography and scanning of images for faculty; document all M.Arch. thesis projects for archive; administer Visual Resources budget for materials and equipment; provide technical assistance for use of photographic and audiovisual equipment for faculty, students and visitors to the School; provide media support for lectures, conferences, symposia, colloquia sponsored by the School; maintain collection website; schedule use of all audio-visual and computer equipment for School use, including lectures, conferences; schedule use of scanners, copy-stand room and photo studio

Position Requires:
– BA in Art History and/or Architecture
– Software knowledge: MS Office suite; Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator; AutoCAD; Dreamweaver; Debabelizer; Spyder 2 Pro Studio; web design software
– Hardware knowledge/experience: slide projector; VCR; DVD; laptop computer; video projector; 35mm camera; digital camera; analog and digital recorders; document scanner; film scanner

Preferred Qualifications:
– MA in Art History and/or Architecture
– Library or visual resources experience
– Experience as an art cataloguer or comparable experience
– Knowledge of Almagest (University developed networked database)
– ARTstor offline image viewer
– EmbARK Cataloger database

To apply visit our jobsite at

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *