Job Postings (2): Collection Development Associate, Imaging Production Supervisor, ARTstor

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“Hey, all. I’m a SILS student and ran across these ads. Thought people might be interested. Follow the links for detailed postings. 1) Collection Development Associate http://www.artstor.org/our-organization/o-html/careers-coll-assoc-10.shtml The Collection Development Associate will assist in the process of acquiring, developing, and announcing collections from various educational institutions, museums, photo archives, and individual scholars in the United States and abroad for the ARTstor Digital Library. The Collection Development Associate will work with the Director of Collection Development and Communications to coordinate collection development administrative matters as needed. This position will report to the Director of Collection Development and Communications. This position requires excellent communication skills, and experience working collaboratively with internal staff and external organizations. The candidate must be diplomatic, highly organized, and extremely detail-oriented, and be able to work independently as well as in a collegial team environment. The individual should also have a thorough knowledge of art history, and possess exceptional writing and speaking skills. BA in art history and knowledge of MS Office required. Advanced degrees in art history, fluency in foreign languages, and knowledge of online information systems and digital images are highly desirable. This is a full-time position in ARTstor’s New York office and may require travel. 2) Imaging Production Supervisor http://www.artstor.org/our-organization/o-html/careers-prod-image-super-10.shtml ARTstor seeks an individual with a strong background in all aspects of digital imaging, analog and digital photography, and management and preservation of digital images. The candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to interact with ARTstor users, contributors, subscribers, and staff in a diplomatic and professional manner. MLS or equivalent experience in a research library, museum, or visual resources environment strongly encouraged. Bibliographic control issues and information management within museums, libraries, or visual resources collections and including among others such metadata standards as VRA Core, Dublin Core, and CDWA Lite. The careers and internships page is: http://www.artstor.org/our-organization/o-html/careers-internships.shtml Chris Weeg”

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