Paid Internship Opportunity: Archives Intern (Fall 2016), Brooklyn Academy of Music, NYC

DESCRIPTION

BAM Fall Internships run from September – December 2016 (timing may vary by department)

Internship Program Itinerary:

  • BAM Orientation and Theater Tour – Get to know BAM in-depth.
  • Trips to local Cultural Institutions – Behind the scene tour of some of the most recognized arts institutions in the city.
  • Learn the fundamentals of working at NYC Cultural Institutions
  • Work and learn with experienced arts administration professionals – Learn the ins and outs from some of the best in the field.
  • Executive Brown Bag lunches – Have lunch with BAM’s Executive Team and glimpse the future of the organization from their perspective.
  • Follow the Production – This program tracks the mounting of a presentation at BAM – from artistic selection and budgeting, to load-in and travel visas.
  • See BAM performances and films – Gain access to see some of the most coveted shows in town!
  • Career counseling and Mentoring

Archives Intern Role and Responsibilities:

  • This work will include sorting and filing historical and administrative papers
  • The work may include cataloging in Collective Access, an open source relational database, used by BAM Hamm Archives
  • The candidate should be able to make a firm 20 hour a week commitment throughout the Fall.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • BAM programming subject knowledge and/or familiarity with Collective Access cataloging a plus.
  • Ideal for Library Science or Archival students
  • Experience with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel & Powerpoint
  • Experience with Tessitura or Database applications
  • Excellent verbal, written and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Reliable and self-motivated

FULL-TIME/PART-TIME: Full-Time and/or Part-Time
SALARY: $9.25 per hour for candidates currently pursuing their undergraduate degree or recently graduated high school. $10.25 per hour for candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Rolling deadlines, apply as soon as possible.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Go to http://www.bam.org/about/careers AND CLICK ON “APPLICATIONS, FALL INTERNSHIPS – APPLY HERE”
LOCATION: Brooklyn Academy of Music, Fort Greene

Full post: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1356482

 

 

Internship Opportunity: Archival Internship (Fall 2016), ARChive of Contemporary Music, NYC

Founded in 1985, the ARChive of Contemporary Music is a not-for-profit archive, music library and research center located in New York City. The ARChive collects, preserves and provides information on the popular music of all cultures and races throughout the world from 1950 to the present. Since the ARChives founding in 1985 our holdings have grown to over 2 million sound recordings, making the ARChive the largest popular music collection in the United States. In addition to sound recordings and publications, the ARChive actively collects all books, magazines, videos, films, photographs, press kits, newspapers clippings, memorabilia and ephemera relating to the history of popular music.

Our current, on-going projects are cataloging and book digitization. Interns may focus on one or both projects and may have the opportunity to work on other projects as they arise.

Cataloging:

Interns will receive training that enables them to catalog CDs, vinyl LPs, or books in our File Maker Pro Database using our in-house cataloging rules.
We depend directly on our interns and allow them a great deal of hands-on experience and responsibility.

Interns may work on related projects (for example, in-filing, processing donations, etc.) as needed, if they are interested.

Qualifications:

Ideal for the position is a student or recent graduate with a background or interest in music, musicology, fine art, or library & information science.

Candidates must:

  • Possess good interpersonal skills.
  • Be responsible, reliable, and detail-oriented.
  • Be able to handle delicate and valuable materials with care.

Undergraduate library experience and/or graduate-level library classes are preferred.

Digitization:

The ARChive of Contemporary Music is the largest collection of popular music in America, with more than two million recordings. Our music book collection is also one of the best in the United States, numbering 20,000+ volumes. To scan this resource the Internet Archive has installed one of their Scribe machines in our Lower Manhattan facility. When completed, all of our materials will be preserved electronically, OCR Readable, and available in-house for reading and research.

Digitization interns will be trained to scan initially, then will be introduced to more complex tasks once they are familiar with the process. Tasks include:

  • Loading, Scanning, and Republishing books while ensuring high quality standards.
  • Training and working as a team.
  • Trouble shooting the scribe machine, mitigating cataloging inconsistencies, and navigating open source software at Internet Archive.
  • Keeping work areas and equipment clean, neat, and organized.

Qualifications:

  • Strong technical (software/hardware) and troubleshooting skills
  • Ability to sit for 6-7.5 hour periods, and comfort with repetitive motion
  • Highly organized
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Familiarity and enthusiasm for music, books, cultural heritage preservation and the arts!
  • Previous library or archive experience or education is preferred, but not essential.

All internships are unpaid, but we are certainly willing to help you meet any requirements to receive course credit. Time requirements are flexible–we ask that you are available for at least one full day (11:00-6:00) per work week, but the more time you can commit to the more responsibility we can give you.

We are currently looking for interns for Fall 2016 but we can be flexible on specific start & end dates. If you are interested, please submit your resume and a cover letter explaining your general interest in working at the archive and what project(s) you are interested in contributing to.

Full post: http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=5607a837cf61e79c&q

Job Posting: Collections & Cataloging Librarian, IU Bloomington Archives of Traditional Music, Bloomington, IN

Position Summary

The Archives of Traditional Music seeks a dynamic, innovative, and service oriented individual to be Collections and Cataloging Librarian at the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries.

Founded in 1820, Indiana University Bloomington has grown from a small state seminary into the flagship campus of a great public university with over 48,000 students and almost 3,000 faculty. Innovation, creativity, and academic freedom are hallmarks of IU Bloomington and its world-class contributions in research and the arts. The campus covers over 1,800 wooded acres and is distinctive for both its park-like beauty and an architectural heritage inspired by local craftsmanship in limestone.

The Indiana University Bloomington Libraries are among the leading academic research library systems in North America. The IUB Libraries provide strong collections, quality service and instructional programs, and leadership in the application of information technologies. The IU Libraries system consists of twenty libraries on the Bloomington campus, five libraries in Indianapolis, and a library at each of the other six campuses across the state. The collections support every academic discipline on campus and include more than 9.9 million books, journals, maps, films, and audio/visual materials in over more than 430 languages. Users can access more than 400 databases, 60,000 electronic journals, and 1.4 million electronic books, as well as locally developed digital content.

The IUB Libraries are active members of regional and national associations and consortia including the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Digital Library Federation (DLF), and is a founding member of HathiTrust, a shared digital repository.

Located in Morrison Hall, the Archives of Traditional Music (ATM) is an audiovisual archive that documents music and culture from all over the world. With over 100,000 recordings that include more than 2,700 field collections, it is one of the largest university-based ethnographic media archives in the United States. Its holdings cover a wide range of cultural and geographical areas, vocal and instrumental music, linguistic materials, folktales, interviews, and oral history, across a wide variety of audio-visual formats. ATM is seen as a leader in ethnographic field collection and jazz and popular music cataloging. ATM librarians have contributed thousands of NACO name authority (now AAP) records and have been actively involved in the Program for Cooperative Cataloging’s NACO Music Funnel project from its inception.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting to the Director of the Archives of Traditional Music (ATM), the individual in this position will oversee the cataloging, access, and use of the collections and work closely with students and faculty in many departments across the university as well as researchers worldwide.

Collections

  • Oversee public and reference services including library policies and procedures, circulation, loan, and reserve functions
  • Supervise, train, and evaluate temporary employees in circulation procedures and policies, including in-house listening copy and course reserve requests
  • Maintain circulation statistics
  • Acquire commercial sound recordings
  • Oversee stacks (vault) maintenance, including withdrawals, for all commercial holdings
  • Provide in-person, phone, mail, and online reference service (shared with the ATM Archivist)
  • Provide library instruction services and tours

Cataloging/Metadata/EAD

  • Direct, coordinate, and manage the non-MARC metadata and traditional MARC cataloging activities, including the supervision and evaluation of temporary student staff
  • Provide original bibliographic records for unpublished field collections
  • Contribute authority/authorized access point records to the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC), an international initiative coordinated jointly by the Library of Congress and PCC participants worldwide
  • Monitor national developments in RDA, LC-PCC policy statements, OCLC and MARC21 documentation, and other cataloging standards as they emerge and develop and adapt local policies and processes appropriately
  • Initiate projects and innovative procedures to address cataloging needs
  • Manage the Archives library in-house inventory databases of un-cataloged items
  • Add ATM images and metadata to IU’s Image Collections Online and provide high resolution photos for researchers
  • Contribute to developments in the field of metadata/cataloging through active professional engagement and research, presenting, and publishing in appropriate venues

Grant Projects

  • Help write, oversee, and report on all ATM cataloging grant projects
  • Serve as cataloging consultant for grant projects and supervise any staff hired for cataloging as part of grant-funded projects

Basic Qualifications

Required

  • ALA-accredited Master’s degree in Library Science (MLS) or equivalent education and experience
  • Degree in ethnomusicology, music, anthropology, folklore, cultural studies, or a related field
  • At least two years of professional metadata/cataloging experience creating original catalog records for sound and visual recordings in a wide range of analog and digital formats, including 78 rpm, 45 rpm, and LP discs, compact discs, cassettes, open reel tape, digital audio tapes, streaming audio, video cassettes, and DVDs
  • Ability to remain current with the constantly changing body of music cataloging rules, including RDA, MARC 21, and LCSH, and participation in national cooperative cataloging initiatives, including the NACO Music Project
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and implement policies and procedures for technical services operations
  • Knowledge of and experience creating and designing instructional materials in traditional and new formats
  • Ability to assist faculty in the use of Archives resources in undergraduate and graduate curricula and actively engage with faculty, instructors, and other IUB librarians as partners in programmatic integration of information
  • Strong public service orientation
  • Supervisory experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work in a collegial, collaborative work environment and maintain positive professional working relationships with faculty members, supervisor, peers, and subordinates
  • Ability to meet the requirements of a tenure-track librarian position

Preferred

  • Three or more years of experience in an archival environment
  • Experience with OCLC and library management systems
  • Knowledge of and experience using EAD (encoded archival description)
  • Evidence of an ongoing record of professional development contribution
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple responsibilities in a rapidly changing environment
  • Knowledge and understanding of key issues and trends that affect archives, academic libraries, and higher education

Review of applications will begin Friday, July 22, 2016. The position will remain open until filled. Interested candidates should review the application requirements and submit their application at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Benefits include a university healthcare plan, university-funded base retirement plan, a 100% university paid group life insurance plan, and a generous paid time off plan. This is a tenure-track academic appointment that includes eligibility for sabbatical leaves once achieving tenure.

Full post: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/2490

Job Posting: Collections Cataloguer, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Nashville, TN

Description

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum seeks a Collections Cataloguer to catalog the audio, moving image, photo, print, and 3-D collections housed at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The successful candidate will play a vital role in the collection organization at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, with a collection that consists of over 2 million items and includes Hatch Show Print. The goals are to preserve and provide increased access to the collection through cataloging of prioritized analog collections; to create, organize, and migrate metadata about the collection to centralized management systems. Training will be provided for some aspects of the technical work, and metadata capture and workflow will be consistent.

Background checks are required for all archive employees. This is a full-time permanent position with health insurance and benefits. Country Music Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

Duties:

  • Catalog metadata of Collection into Country Music Foundation cataloging systems
  • Cataloging of existing collections in a consistent manner
  • Properly handle fragile and rare archival materials
  • Support the preparation of materials for digitization
  • Re-house analog items

Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited institution
  • Cataloging experience
  • Strong organization skills
  • Familiarity in working with a variety of formats is highly desirable as is a working knowledge of country music
  • Ability to properly handle fragile and rare archival materials
  • Experience with CONTENTdm, Past Perfect, or similar system preferred
  • Someone who enjoys cataloging rare, unique, and fragile collections
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
  • Sound judgment to identify and report problems to supervisors and contribute to resolving them
  • Ability to work within a consistent infrastructure

Full post: http://aam-us-jobs.careerwebsite.com/jobseeker/job/29366551

Job Posting: Collections Registrar, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Nashville, TN

Description

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum seeks a Collections Registrar to work with physical organization and cataloging of donations to the collection. The successful candidate must have the ability to focus on detail-oriented work, have strong organizational skills and enjoy cataloging and data entry. The Collections Registrar must have excellent communication skills, ease in navigating various software platforms, including Past Perfect and CONTENTdm.

Background checks are required for all archive employees. This is a full-time permanent position with health insurance and benefits. Country Music Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintains organization, cataloging, and back of house processing of donations to collection
  • Photograph and edit 3D objects at preservation quality and create access derivatives for digital archives and web
  • Answers (external and internal—programs, exhibits, education) reference requests for 3D object collection via phone, email, and in person
  • Properly handle fragile and rare archival materials
  • Support the preparation of materials for digitization
  • Catalog in Past Perfect 3D objects not selected for digitization
  • Catalog in CONTENTdm objects selected for digitization
  • Re-house analog items

Requirements:

  • Strong organization skills
  • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited institution or equivalent required
  • Cataloging experience
  • Knowledge of digitization best practices and techniques
  • A working knowledge of country music is highly desirable
  • Ability to properly handle fragile and rare archival materials
  • Ability to use Adobe Photoshop
  • Experience with CONTENTdm or similar digital asset management system and Past Perfect preferred
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
  • Sound judgment to identify and report problems to supervisors and contribute to resolving them
  • Ability to work within a consistent infrastructure

Full post: http://aam-us-jobs.careerwebsite.com/jobseeker/job/28748580

Job Posting: Archivist, Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, PA

About Curtis:

The Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia, PA) educates and trains exceptionally gifted young musicians for careers as performing artists on the highest professional level.

One of the world’s leading conservatories, Curtis is highly selective, with an enrollment of about 165. In this intimate environment, students receive personalized attention from a celebrated faculty. A busy schedule of performances is at the heart of Curtis’s distinctive “learn by doing” approach, which has produced an impressive number of notable artists since the school’s founding in Philadelphia in 1924.

Grounded in this rich heritage, Curtis is looking to the future in a flexible and forward-thinking way, evolving strategically to serve its time-honored mission.

The John de Lancie Library is located in the Milton L. Rock Resource Center at Curtis. The library holds more than eighty thousand music scores, books, and recordings for study and performance. In addition, the library collects and archives manuscripts, gifts of music, and memorabilia of Curtis and people associated with it. The Archives, a unit of the library, houses more than 150,000 documents and media related to the history of Curtis, its students and faculty, and related materials.

Essential Functions:

The position of Archivist is full time, reporting to the Director of Music Library Information Resources. The Archives is a rapidly developing area within the Library as we develop a digital repository for the preservation of print and audio-visual archival materials. The Archivist will be key in accessioning and organizing existing and new archival collections and in promoting our resources to internal and external researchers.

Responsibilities include:

  • Processing and preserving print-based materials such as recital and concert programs, Overtones, student records, and other Curtis ephemera
  • Generating electronic finding aids and indexes to Archives collections
  • Locating and assessing inactive Curtis records for historical value and acquiring new, relevant collections for the Archives
  • Promoting the archives to other universities, libraries, archivists, and scholars
  • Collaborating on internal library outreach projects, especially those related to Archives collections
  • Answering Archives and library-related reference questions
  • Developing archives web projects, including advising on the digital repository and digitizing existing finding aids
  • Collaborating with Overtones editorial staff on content related to the Archives
  • Creating physical and digital exhibits related to Curtis history
  • Training and supervising student assistant(s)
  • Performing additional library-related tasks such as circulation and reference and special projects as assigned

Education/Experience:

  • Master’s degree in archives or library science, ACA archival certification, or equivalent in experience and education
  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a music-related field and/or experience in the performing arts
  • At least two years’ experience with archival procedures and practices
    Experience with Microsoft software, including Word and Excel

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Outstanding analytical, organizational, and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Demonstrated experience in the arrangement and description of archival and manuscript collections
  • Interest and ability in developing and managing relationships with students, staff, faculty, and alumni in documenting the history of the school
  • Demonstrated proficiency and capability with information technology systems as they relate to archives (such as ArchivesSpace) and the willingness and ability to learn new software
  • Knowledge of metadata standards and schemas such as MODS and/or Dublin Core, some knowledge of cataloging (MARC, RDA and/or AARC2) and ability to describe archival records using the appropriate schema in the creation of finding aids (DACS and EAD)
  • Knowledge of copyright issues surrounding the acquisition of and access to archives and special collections
  • Evidence of active membership and involvement in professional or scholarly associations
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to thrive as a member of a two-person archives team
  • Curiosity for and willingness to learn new and emerging technology and adapt to rapidly changing environments
  • Ability to read music and demonstrated knowledge of classical music

Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

Routine for office environment. The employee will be required to perform the essential functions of the job and is included in a night and weekend coverage rotation.

To Apply:

For best consideration, interested and qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, resume, three professional references, and salary requirements to: humanresources@curtis.edu by June 15, 2016. Curtis offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and an attractive benefits package. Hire is contingent upon the successful passing of PA Act 153 and criminal (ADP) background screenings. No phone calls, please. EOE.

Deadline: June 15, 2016

Full post: http://www.curtis.edu/about-curtis/administration/work-at-curtis/open-positions/#A

Internship Opportunity: Library Intern, Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, PA

About Curtis:

The Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia, PA) educates and trains exceptionally gifted young musicians for careers as performing artists on the highest professional level.

One of the world’s leading conservatories, Curtis is highly selective, with an enrollment of about 165. In this intimate environment, students receive personalized attention from a celebrated faculty. A busy schedule of performances is at the heart of Curtis’s distinctive “learn by doing” approach, which has produced an impressive number of notable artists since the school’s founding in Philadelphia in 1924.

Grounded in this rich heritage, Curtis is looking to the future in a flexible and forward-thinking way, evolving strategically to serve its time-honored mission.

The John de Lancie Library is located in the Milton L. Rock Resource Center at Curtis. The library holds more than eighty thousand music scores, books, and recordings for study and performance. In addition, the library collects and archives manuscripts, gifts of music, and memorabilia of Curtis and people associated with it. The Archives, a unit of the library, houses more than 150,000 documents and media related to the history of Curtis, its students and faculty, and related materials.

Essential Functions:

The position of Library Intern, reporting to the Assistant Librarian, will have the opportunity to experience all aspects of the library including cataloging in RDA, digitization, and circulation and reference services. The intern will follow cataloging projects from OCLC searching to RDA copy or original cataloging, then on to technical processing and shelving.

Responsibilities include:

  • Searching records in OCLC
  • Copy and original cataloging using RDA
  • Working with the media librarian on digitization and the digital repository
  • Collaborating with librarians on bibliographic instruction
  • Performing additional library-related tasks such as shelving, accessioning, and special projects as assigned
  • Working occasional circulation/reference desk shifts as needed

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’ s degree in a music-related field
  • Enrolled in a Library Science master’s program or interest learning about the field
  • Experience with Microsoft software, including Word and Excel

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Ability to read music and demonstrated knowledge of classical music
  • Outstanding analytical and organizational skills
  • Knowledge of cataloging (MARC, RDA and/or AARC2), preferred, and a willingness to learn new skills
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to thrive as a member of a team
  • Curiosity for and willingness to learn new and emerging technology and adapt to rapidly changing environments

Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

Routine for office environment. The employee will be required to perform the essential functions of the job.

To Apply:

For best consideration, interested and qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, resume and an hourly rate requirement to: humanresources@curtis.edu by June 15, 2016. Hire is contingent upon the successful passing of PA Act 153 and criminal (ADP) background screenings. Current library school students are encouraged to apply. No phone calls, please. EOE.

Deadline: June 15, 2016

Full post: http://www.curtis.edu/about-curtis/administration/work-at-curtis/open-positions/#LI

Job Posting: Director of Archive, San Francisco Opera

http://sfopera.com/About/Employment—Volunteering/Administration/Archivist.aspx

REQUIREMENTS:
§ Master’s Degree in Library Science with a concentration in archives
management
§ Preferred degree in history
§ Minimum ten years’ archiving management experience
§ Able to establish, grow and advocate for the Company’s first official
Archive
§ Able to ensure the Archive is a living/ongoing resource for the
Company, its supporters, artists, academia, and the public
worldwide
§ Serve as a key role in the preparation of the Company’s upcoming
Centennial (2022/2023)
§ Able to establish best practices for the evolving San Francisco
Opera Archive
§ Familiar with all phases of archive management
§ Detailed understanding and experience with the most current
archival records management technology
§ Detailed knowledge of media records management and tools
§ Excellent familiarity with archiving software and tools
§ Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with all
artists, staff, public and volunteers in a professional,
collaborative, confidential manner
§ Serve as a key staff member of the Company.
§ Able to manage and direct the volunteer archive corps
§ Management and organizational skills, including the ability to work
independently, prioritize competing tasks, exercising good judgment
and the ability to thrive well in a fast-paced, rapidly changing
environment
§ Excellent computer skills including strong familiarity with Microsoft
Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
along with Photoshop and archival software
§ Comprehensive knowledge of opera and classical performing
arts preferred

Job Posting: Music and Digital Information Manager, Canadian Music Centre, Toronto

http://current.ischool.utoronto.ca/jobsite/2014/music-and-digital-information-manager

This is a three-day-a-week permanent position, with no salary information provided, but benefits after six months.

Primary Responsibilities
• Responsible for the collection and entering of data required for information resource accessibility through the database driven website
• Oversee cataloguing, maintenance of library acquisitions, collection development, reference and information services and future planning
• Take a lead in ensuring composers’ works are available through the CMC by engaging in outreach to the composers.
• Provide repertoire consultations to patrons and be involved in compiling special repertoire lists, catalogues and special collections, as may be requested
• Work collaboratively with other staff
• Ensure frequent communication with CMC National office staff to ensure the maintenance of the metadata
• Act as a liaison for all CMC libraries across the country and work to build synergy
• Keep abreast of premieres and works being performed in the community
• Liaison with performers, patrons, Associate Composers, new music publishers, other public libraries Library and Archives Canada and library associations.
• Provide leadership in guiding future activities and focus of the CMC’s information resources
• Maintain familiarity with the current state of information technology and a commitment to keep abreast of it
• Provide CMC library information to the public, as required
• Compile regular analysis of library stats, creates overview and recommendations for Executive and National Board.
• Manages all digitization efforts related to library materials.

Other Duties/Responsibilities
• Public Relations: on occasion attends concerts, receptions, festivals and conferences as a representative of CMC.
• Conducts tours and talks about the CMC music collection, special library projects.
• Manages special projects such as estate acquisitions to ensure timely upload to the website
• Undertakes additional responsibilities as directed by Executive Director.

Qualifications:

• Information Science degree with proven database skills
• A degree in music, with a special interest in New Music
• Broad knowledge of classical music required, knowledge of Canadian concert music an asset
• Ability to speak and write in French is essential
• Advanced computer skills including database management, web, and word-processing
• Ability to plan, organize and prioritize work in a changing environment.
• Ability to manage a wide variety of tasks
• Ability to work independently and in a collaborative setting
• Experience in cataloguing a wide variety of formats
• Strong customer service skills
• Strong written communication skills
• Supervisory experience an asset
• Cataloguing, maintenance of library acquisitions, collection development and information services skills
• Experience in digital libraries

Job Posting: Digital Collections Archivist / Project Manager, Archives of African American Music and Culture, Bloomington, ID

https://jobs.iu.edu/joblisting/index.cfm?jlnum=12616&search=2

Working collaboratively with the Director and Head of Collections for the Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC), the Digital Collections Archivist/Project Manager is responsible for planning, implementing and/or supervising digitization projects pertaining to legacy collections, and managing born-digital audio, video, image and text collections. This work involves appraisal and preparation of analog time-based media materials for reformatting; evaluating proposed acquisitions of born-digital collections and developing procedures for the migration, description, and management of files; managing access to digital/online collections; managing digital imaging projects; and assisting with and providing administrative support for AAAMC projects including publications, website development and maintenance, public programming and services.