Archivist Job Description Sample
Project Digital Archivist
Job Requisition ID:
948200:LITS: Rose Library Operations
The Emory Libraries seek a Visiting Librarian to serve as the Project Digital Archivist. The ideal candidate will manage the Rose Library’s inventory of born-digital materials and develop standards, policies and procedures for the digital archives program.
Position Details: Full-time, 2-year appointment from date of hire
Position Summary Reporting to the Rose Library’s Digital Archivist, the Project Digital Archivist contributes to the management of born-digital acquisitions and born-digital components of hybrid collections acquired by the Rose Library, and the development of standards, policies and procedures for the digital archives program. In particular, responsibilities include:
Managing the Rose Library’s inventory of born-digital materials and developing strategies for dealing with the back-log of born-digital content not yet transferred from aging media;
Planning and facilitating access to born-digital and digitized materials in the Rose Library reading room (and, where possible, online), and providing hands-on support for access and the development of related documentation and training;
Assisting with born-digital acquisitions and collection processing;
Planning and facilitating outreach activities designed to teach donors, faculty, students, and colleagues about the nature of born-digital archives, and the methods used to preserve such materials and make them available. The Project Digital Archivist also assists in research services functions and participates in administrative activities such as submitting activity reports and contributing to business planning for Collection Services. The Project Digital Archivist may collaborate with other units and divisions in the Rose Library and LITS on digital library and digital humanities projects, as needed.
Assists in the acquisition and accessioning of born-digital collections.
Manages born-digital acquisitions and the born-digital components of hybrid collections, including appraisal, transfer, data management, arrangement and description, metadata creation and management, storage, and end-user access.
Images born-digital material on physical media and prepares images for ingest into digital repository.
Contributes to the development of standards, policies, and procedures for digital archives programs and projects.
Contributes to the development of integrated workflows and tools for Rose Manuscript and Emory University Archives Collections.
Creates work plans which record basic information about the born-digital component of the collection, suggest proposed arrangement, preservation and access, as well as the estimated duration of the born-digital processing and any decisions made during processing.
Provides support and consultation to Rose Library curators and archivists on digital archives work, policies, and best practices.
Contributes to maintenance of equipment, tools and current documentation in digital analysis lab, including system and software updates, hardware monitoring, equipment inventories, and workflow documentation.
Contributes to Collection Services and Rose Library division-wide strategic and business planning, as appropriate.
Contributes to regular written reports, including quarterly and annual processing reports and the Collection Services general report, as needed.
Plans and facilitates outreach activities designed to increase awareness and understanding of digital archives throughout the communities affiliated with the Rose Library. Reference and Security:
Provides reference assistance in person and by phone to Emory students and faculty, visiting scholars, and the public as needed and assigned, including 4 hours of weekly reference desk shifts and a rotating 8 hour Saturday shift.
Occasionally answers written reference questions relating to collections of which the incumbent has special knowledge.
Oversees reading room security by monitoring use of materials in the reading room, as well as working with researchers to explain the rules of care and handling for manuscript material.
Guides researchers through the completion of annual registration forms, manuscript use forms, and other paperwork.
Provides occasional oversight for service providers working in secure, non-public areas of the Rose Library.
Responsible for closing duties and locking the Rose Library approximately one evening per week.
Participates in appropriate professional and scholarly associations and organizations including maintaining membership and/or accreditation; attending meetings, conferences, workshops; and serving in appointed or elected positions.
Maintains up-to-date professional knowledge and skills in areas related to primary job assignment as well as maintains general knowledge of current trends in higher education, academic libraries, and information and educational technology.
Provides reference assistance to Emory students and faculty, visiting scholars, and the public as needed and assigned.
Participates in library and campus communities as appropriate for service purposes.
ALA-accredited master’s degree in Library and Information Science OR equivalent education and experience (subject expertise combined with appropriate teaching experience and/or library experience).
Demonstrated ability acquiring and using new computing skills, such as learning new software applications, installing tools and applications on workstations, and exploring innovative tools and services.
Successful completion of coursework specifically addressing digital libraries, digital archives, digital preservation, digital forensics, project management, and/or electronic records.
Demonstrated knowledge of current national archival and descriptive standards and best practices, including working knowledge of MARC format, EAD, DACS, and other archival descriptive standards.
Familiarity with current approaches to accessioning and describing born-digital holdings
Ability to build and sustain effective interpersonal relationships with library staff, faculty and students, off campus faculty and administrators, campus administrators, etc.
Evidence of analytical, organizational, communication, project, and time management skills and demonstrated ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, and complete tasks and projects on time and within budget and in accordance with task/project parameters.
Demonstrated proficiency and capabilities with personal computers and software, the Web, and library-relevant information technology applications. Working knowledge of standard computer office applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint or other productivity software.
Commitment to fostering a diverse educational environment and workplace and an ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty and student population.
Capacity to thrive in an ambiguous, future-oriented environment of a major research institution and to respond effectively to changing needs and priorities.
Demonstrated knowledge of current trends and issues in academic libraries, higher education, and relevant subject disciplines.
Evidence of active participation, involvement, and leadership in local, state, regional, national, or international professional or scholarly associations. Operating Unit/Division:
LITS: Library and IT Services
Project Digital Archivist
This position involves::
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Experience with project management and project planning. • Experience providing reference service, preferably in a special collection or archival setting including historical research methodology and experience with online and print research tools. • Familiarity with XML schemas and the use of XML editors (such as XMetal or oXygen). • Familiarity with the use of bibliographic information systems (such as Alma). • Familiarity with digital forensics tools and methods (such as the BitCurator environment, disk imaging, write blocking, etc.) Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular/Temporary:
Additional Job Details: Applications may be submitted as Word or PDF attachments and must include: 1) Cover letter of application describing qualifications and experience; 2) Current resume/vita detailing education and relevant experience; and 3) On a separate document list the names, email addresses, and telephone numbers of 3 professional references including a current or previous supervisor. Candidates applying by Oct 2,2017 will receive priority consideration. Review of applications will continue until the position is successfully filled. Emory is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that welcomes and encourages diversity and seeks applications and nominations from women and minorities. Emory University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all applicable Federal and Georgia State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action in its programs and activities. Emory University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, genetic information, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and veteran's status. Inquiries about this statement should be directed to the Office of Equity and Inclusion, 201 Dowman Drive, Administration Bldg, Atlanta, GA 30322.
Sr. Manuscripts Research And Digital Archivist
Job Description The Library of Virginia
, the archival agency for the Commonwealth of Virginia, is seeking a Senior Manuscripts Research and Digital Archivist in the Manuscripts and Special Collections / Private Papers branch of the Collections Access Management Services division. This position provides accessioning, reference, research, cataloging, patron service, and collection development activities for the collection area; enhances patron access to collections; evaluates, analyzes, arranges, and describes complex collections of manuscripts; and identifies, organizes, and stores manuscripts and archival materials in all formats in accordance with a working knowledge of professional preservation guidelines. The selected candidate will serve as a conservation liaison for Private Papers and will catalog and preserve archival, manuscript original, and digital collections, in order to promote universal patron access to the documentary heritage of the commonwealth and its citizens. The Library of Virginia fosters an open, team-oriented work environment and is seeking individuals who value this approach.
Considerable knowledge of archival standards, theory, and practice;
Considerable knowledge of archival automation and online cataloging using the MARC and EAD formats;
Considerable knowledge of HTML; * Working knowledge of XML; * Working knowledge of standard archival conservation guidelines;
Considerable knowledge of American and Virginia state and local history;
Demonstrated research skills;
Demonstrated ability to analyze, arrange, and describe collections accurately;
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing;
Demonstrated ability to work as an effective member of a team; and, * Ability to lift above your shoulders to shelve, carry, and move boxes up to 40 lbs.
Master’s degree in U.S. History, Library Science, or related field;
Formal training in archives administration; and, * Progressive experience as an archivist. An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience may substitute for educational requirements.
Special Requirements Selected candidate must complete a criminal background check
. The Library of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and people with National Service experience to apply. Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during the application and/or interview process per the Americans with Disabilities Act. An EEO/AA/ADA Employer
Special Instructions to Applicants Please read the entire job announcement and instructions below
. Application Instructions – Applicants must apply online through the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Recruitment Management System at https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com. The Library of Virginia does not accept employment applications by mail, e-mail, or fax. Information in the application is the primary source for screening the position. A resume will not substitute for a completed online State application. Applicants are encouraged to fully represent their qualifications on the application and must include complete information in all sections. Failure to complete any section may disqualify the application. Yellow/Blue Cards – If you have been affected by Policy 1.30 Layoff as a state employee and possess a valid Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Form) or a Preferential Hiring Card (Blue Card), you must submit this document BEFORE the closing date for this position. The document may be scanned and uploaded in the same manner as uploading a cover letter or resume during the application process, or it may be faxed to (804) 692-3587. Please include your name and the position number on the fax cover sheet and call to confirm receipt.
Name Nancy Epperly
Working Title:* Sr. Manuscripts Research and Digital Archivist
Role Title:* Library Specialist II - 29052 Job Open Date: 02/16/2018 Job Close Date: 03/02/2018 Open Until Filled: No
Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)?:* No
Hiring Range:* up to $50,000 (commensurate with experience)
Agency:* Library of Virginia (202)
Agency Website:* www.lva.virginia.gov
Location:* Richmond (City) - 760 Position Number: 00068 Job Posting Number: 1034625 Type of Recruitment: General Public
Does this position have telework options?:* No
Bilingual/Multilingual Skill Requirement/Preference:* No
Job Type:* Full-Time (Salaried)
Job Type Detail:* Full-Time Salaried
- Non-Faculty- FTS-1 Pay Band: 04
Assistant Archivist - Southwest Collection Manuscripts
Position Description Responsible for assisting the Archivist in the maintenance of the archive collections.
/Essential Functions Responsible for assisting the Archivist in the maintenance of the archives’ collections. The supervisory reporting line is to the Southwest Collection Archivist.
Areas of responsibility include the day-to-day management of the arrangement and description (processing) of physical and electronic archival materials assigned to the Southwest Collection Manuscript Unit. Duties include arranging and describing historical manuscripts and born digital archival materials. The archivist is also responsible for creating finding aids via EAD encoding for placement on the Texas Archival Resources Online (TARO) site, as well as on the DSpace portal of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library (SWC/SCL) website of the Texas Tech University Libraries.
As necessary, the archivist may have supervisory responsibility for full-time and student staff of the unit. The archivist must exhibit the knowledge and interpersonal skills necessary to form collaborative partnerships with other stakeholder entities within the SWC/SCL and the main Library. The position will contribute to reference duty, and will perform other duties in support of the SWC/SCL, Texas Tech Libraries, and the University.
The archivist will contribute content for sharing on SWC/SCL social media platforms. Generate unit statistics and departmental reports according to American Research Libraries requirements as assigned. Knowledge of U.S., Texas, Borderlands, American West, Space, Wind Sciences, and sports history related subjects is preferred.
The incumbent is also expected to engage in scholarly pursuit and other professional activities in accordance with Texas Tech Library’s standards for promotion and tenure. Candidates who have very strong records of scholarship supported by extramural funding and who have the proven capacity or clear potential to bring externally sponsored research to Texas Tech University are encouraged to apply. Service duties include program-building, as well as commitment to extra-curricular activities. Service to the department, college, university, and community is expected.
Required Qualifications Master
’s degree in history, museum, or library sciences.
Preferred Qualifications Certified Archivist credentials
. A second Master’s degree and manuscript processing experience. It is preferred that the candidate have some service experience in an academic archive or special collections library.
The candidate must demonstrate knowledge of project and digital content management, as well as in metadata standards, such as Dublin Core and Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS), experience with EAD 2002. The candidate should exhibit sound oral and written communication skills, be conversant with recent archival trends, and be able to work effectively with diverse campus, community, and professional external partners, such as the Texas State Library and Archives, Regional Historic Resource Depositories, TARO, and the Texas Digital Libraries consortia members as necessary.
Project management and workflow skills commensurate with the processing and describing of important and often large archival collections for a global audience are preferred. Knowledge of recent archival trends according to Society of American Archivists standards and best practices relating to processing, archival description, storage management, and security. Previous supervisory experience is preferred.
Experience in processing large collections, including the use of proper protocols for processing state legislative, gubernatorial, and Congressional collections, as well as with extensive digital collections. Knowledge of U.S., Texas, Borderlands, American West, Space, Wind Sciences, and sports history related subjects is preferred.
EEO Statement As an Equal Employment Opportunity
/Affirmative Action employer, Texas Tech University is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. We actively encourage applications from all those who can contribute, through their research, teaching, and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community at Texas Tech University.
The university does not discriminate on the basis of an applicant’s race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or status as a protected veteran. Texas Tech welcomes consideration of dual career and professional couple accommodations.
Pay Statement Compensation is commensurate upon the qualifications of the individual selected and budgetary guidelines of the hiring department
, as well as, the institutional pay plan. For additional information, please reference the institutional pay plan on the Human Resources webpage. Extended Job Title: Assistant Archivist - Southwest Collection Manuscripts
Work Location:* Lubbock
Org Level 1:* Texas Tech University
Campus:* Texas Tech University
Does this position work in a research laboratory?:* No
Required Attachments:* Cover Letter Professional/Personal References Resume / CV
Job Type:* Full Time
Pay Basis:* Monthly
Salary Grade:* 800 Travel Required: Up to 25% Shift: Day
Grant Funded?:* No
Requisition ID:* 11999BR
Intern Clerk Ii-Iii-Iv (Infrastructure Archivist Intern)
Intern Clerk II-III-IV (Infrastructure Archivist Intern) Print Apply Intern Clerk II-III-IV (Infrastructure Archivist Intern) Salary $12.00 - $13.50 Hourly Location Austin, TX Job Type Internship Division Infrastructure Job Number 18-00500 Branch DIVISION ADMINISTRATION-OPERATING Closing 3/2/2018 11:59 PM Central Work Address Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744 Hiring Contact Kevin Steele, (512) 389-4932
Questions General Description The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Student Internship Program introduces interested college students to career opportunities in positions located statewide and job settings to gain practical experience and training in natural and cultural resource fields. The Infrastructure Division provides design and construction project management expertise for the repair and development of all built environment facilities for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Under the supervision of the Infrastructure Archivist, the Archives Internship is an opportunity for students interested in government archiving or records management to gain relevant work experience as well as contribute their ideas in efforts to improve information management. The Archives Intern would be responsible in assisting the Archivist's digital preservation efforts for the Infrastructure Division. Other opportunities include managing records for a government agency, processing and archiving architectural projects, analyzing and developing best practices for information management. May on occasion digitize large format architectural drawings. Performs additional duties as assigned. Complies with all Agency, Division, and Branch rules, regulations, and procedures. Paid internships are available in various Divisions depending on available funding. The student internship program employment period varies depending on the specific intern opportunity. NOTE: If selected for a paid opportunity, intern will be paid at the rate of pay reflected from the completed hours at time of application. POSTING NUMBER: 18-00500 Qualification Guidelines MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education:
Current enrollment as an undergraduate or graduate student in an accredited college or university;
Minimum of 18 completed semester credit hours from an accredited college or university at time of application;
Must have an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 grade point scale or "Pass" on a Pass/Fail system. Experience:
None required. Licensure:
If driving is required, applicant must possess a valid State driver's license. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Education:
Current enrollment in a graduate level program for Information Science, Library Science, Public History or related field. Experience:
Six months full-time (paid or volunteer) information management experience in an office, library, museum, or archive. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of archival concepts including processing and accessioning records;
Knowledge of digital archiving concepts for digital preservation of a variety of file formats;
Knowledge of records management processes;
Skill in processing paper and electronic documents;
Skill in following records retention schedules;
Skill in using MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access;
Skill with time management and multi-tasking;
Skill in effective written and verbal communication;
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective work relationships with co-workers and work-related contacts;
Ability to organize large quantities of information;
Ability to conduct research on information management solutions;
Ability and interest to learn about architectural records;
Ability and interest to learn about agency's history;
Ability to work cooperatively with others;
Ability to communicate effectively;
Ability to perform manual labor including, lifting supplies and materials up to 40 lbs.;
Ability to conduct work activities in accordance with TPWD safety program. Additional Information WORKING CONDITIONS:
Required to work between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday;
Must conform to TPWD dress and grooming standards, work rules and safety procedures;
Required to perform manual labor including, lifting supplies and materials up to 40 lbs.;
May be required to operate a State vehicle;
Non-smoking environment in State buildings and vehicles. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: In order to be considered for this position, the following information is required:
Submission of a completed online application;
Work history experience MUST be completed in the online application;
Must attach copy of official or unofficial college transcript(s) issued from accredited college/university to the online application. (Unofficial transcripts must have full name and college/university's name);
Transcript must reflect current college/university classes in progress at time of application;
Degree plans will NOT be accepted;
Applicants must attach a DD214 or other supporting documentation to the online application to claim Veterans Preference. NOTE: Resume and professional references may be attached to the online application, but not in place of the completed application. A skills test may be conducted at time of interview. Army 15, 36, 42, 56, 68, 88, 89, 92 Navy AZ, CS, LS, PS, RP, SH, SN, YN, CWO-SHIPS CLERK Coast Guard 360, 420, SK, YN Marine Corps 01, 30, 60, 66 Air Force 3A, 8A2 http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/MilitaryCrosswalk/MOSC_AdministrativeSupport.pdf
Archivist / Collections Manager
Sesame Workshop is looking for an Archivist/ Collections Manager. The Archivist / Collections Manager will be responsible for initiating a project to assess, inventory, and maintain the Workshop’s diverse collection of assets.
Currently, the on-site archive houses a collection of more than 100,000 photographs, slides, transparencies and native-digital photography of Sesame Workshop’s productions and personnel; more than 10,000 pieces of original book illustration; limited concept art and storyboards; some set and character models, as well as blueprints; music lead sheets; animation cells; and assorted print materials, including scripts, correspondence, published articles, and other documents. Please Note: This is a part-time, 18-month contract position.
Hours could be 25 to 30 hours a week. The part-time position will liaise with a variety of in-house departments and stakeholders to ensure long-term viability of the myriad assets and artwork, coordinate storage, create collection acquisition and retention policies, catalog assets in electronic databases, fulfill internal and external asset requests, and manage the onsite physical archive. Sesame Workshop’s 50-year history includes the development, research, production and distribution of numerous acclaimed educational programs produced for television and an array of other media, including but not limited to print, web, audio, and digital channels.
Responsibilities: Assess the collection and create long term collection policy statements to guide acquisition, retention, preservation, and deaccessioning strategies. (65%) This may include: • Assess, categorize, label collections, including identifying, scanning, and describing individual collections and pieces • Develop plan to re-house collections, as analysis deems necessary • Process collections into existing systems, databases and metadata and/or propose new solutions; produce and maintain electronic finding aids • Coordinate with other internal database teams to coordinate systems and policies for long-term preservation and access • Assist in selection and presentation of external exhibits and displays • Identify and pursue potential grant opportunities to maintain and expand the archive Conduct archival research to fulfill various external and internal needs, with a focus on the company-wide 50th anniversary celebration in 2019. This includes locating and labeling assets to respond quickly, accurately, and thoroughly to external publicity requests from news and promotion agencies, researchers, historians, fans, filmmakers, publishers, etc. (35%) Interaction with Internal Teams: • Work closely with many internal departments, including Marketing, Publicity, International, Museums & Exhibits, Television Production, Technical Operations, Information Services, and others to ensure efficient cataloging, asset delivery, and request fulfillment • Work with Facilities Manager and records managers to refine records management policies, audit storage facilities for security and environmental controls, and establish guidelines for the creation and tracking of records transfers to and from storage. • Represent the archive and collections needs at internal and external meetings • Potentially supervise and train student interns and/or internal volunteers Working Conditions: • Requires the ability to lift, push, pull and/or physically maneuver boxes of materials (a maximum of about 35 lbs.) • Sometimes work in storage facilities and other environments that may involve exposure to dust or mold • Frequent bending, stooping, and stretching • Mainly normal office environment / occasional storage facilities Qualifications • BS degree (MLS or Certified Records Manager certification is preferred) and a minimum of 2 years of related work experience in an archive or academic research library • Membership in industry trade organization(s) preferred: ALA, SAA, SLA, Siggraph, etc. • Familiarity with techniques for proper handling of photography, art and paper records • Knowledge of best practices in digital preservation strategies for non-digitally-born material and for management of digitally born materials • Familiarity with metadata standards and any archival system (METS, EAD/XML, PREMIS, MARC, or others) • Working knowledge of Mac OS or Windows and facility with Excel. • Strong technical skills in digital asset management systems, ideally with facility to automate or script tasks to speed ingestion of large sets of metadata / records / files • Ability to exercise judgment and discretion when handling confidential materials • Well-developed interpersonal and writing skills are essential for efficient interdepartmental communication and teamwork • Courteous and helpful attitude in fulfillment of external requests and interfacing with the public. • Organized, detail-oriented, affinity for critical thinking and problem solving • An interest in children’s media, education, and/or pop culture is appreciated. A sense of humor is a plus!
Electronic Records & Digital Preservation Archivist
The Wisconsin State Historical Society is considered one of the nation's finest historical institutions and we are currently looking for an Archivist. Archivist has responsibility to collect, preserve, and make accessible digital records in a manner that ensures continued access to Wisconsin’s heritage. Duties include leading efforts to preserve, describe, and provide access to public records and manuscript collection materials; developing processes for preserving digital materials acquired on legacy media and in a variety of formats; developing and documenting procedures for the acquisition of digital content; and the migration of digital content over time for preservation and access. The incumbent supports the work of the section by guiding efforts to acquire, preserve, and make accessible electronic records and other information systems from Wisconsin state and local governments and by providing direct assistance to state agency personnel in the area of managing electronic records and electronic access systems. This work is accomplished in cooperation with Wisconsin Historical Society IT staff, staff at the Department of Administration, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Information Technology. The work of this position involves frequent contacts with outside agencies, institutions, and individuals.
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Special Notes: A criminal background check will be conducted prior to an offer of employment to determine if the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job.
A minimally qualified candidate will have experience in:Selecting, acquiring, and accessioning/processing electronic records, training and outreach related to electronic records management issues and concerns and using metadata standards and protocols (EAD, METS, MODS, PREMIS, Dublin Core, etc.) A well-qualified candidate will have experience in: selecting & acquiring state records for preservation, electronic record preservation in an archive, and digital record repository developing and administration
How To Apply: To apply for this position, click 'Log In' to access your existing account or to create a new account if you do not already have an account in the system. To be considered for this position applicants must complete the online process. If you have any questions regarding Wisc.jobs or need assistance using the system, please contact the HR contact noted above.Your submission will be evaluated by one or more job experts. Candidates who are deemed eligible will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process where vacancies exist. Please address questions regarding the application process to the contact above. Permanent classified state employees , who are eligible for consideration (transfer, voluntary demotion, or former employees as a reinstatement) should complete the application process to apply. County(ies): Dane
Type of Employment:* Full Time (40 hrs/week)
Salary:* This position is 13-04 and will pay an hourly wage between $17.25 to $28.46/hour. Special
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to an offer of employment to determine if the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job. Contact: John Obligato, HR Specialist Senior, 608-264-0409, email@example.com
Bargaining Unit:* Non-Represented
Area of Competition:* Open
Deadline to Apply:* 2/22/2018 Assessment Information: 57200 - 030 Archivist Preview Assessment
Classification Title: / JAC:* ARCHIVIST 18-00405 Job Working Title: Electronic Records & Digital Preservation Archivist
Quality Assurance Specialist I - Archivist
Job Function and Purpose Under indirect supervision, organizes, maintains, and preserves a specified print and/or non-print archival collection. Develops policy and/or procedure and directly manages the acquisition, disposition, and safekeeping of archival materials.
Nature and Scope The Quality Assurance Specialist I – Archivist reports to the Quality Assurance Manager. Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment. . No or very limited exposure to physical risk. He/she uses professional concepts and established policies and procedures.
Works on problems of moderate scope in which analysis of situation or data requires a review of identifiable factors Principal Responsibilities + · Plans and develops archival collections, including participation in the establishment and implementation of policies and standards for the archive. + · Develops and implements procedures for the acquisition, processing, and preservation of archival materials. + · Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Accountability The Quality Assurance Specialist I -Archivist is accountable for following company procedures and working to the best of their ability to ensure quality in all aspects of the job. Position Requirements + · Bachelor's degree, or equivalent experience, required.
- 0-2 years experience in QA or in related discipline + · Strong organizational skills required. + · Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities. + · Ability to communicate technical information to non-technical personnel. + · Skill in the use of personal computers and related software applications. + · Ability to create, compose, and edit written materials. + · Ability to assess objectives and operational requirements and to develop and implement suitable operational policies and/or procedures. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop; kneel; or crouch The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and depth perception.
Myriad Genetics Inc., is a leading personalized medicine company dedicated to being a trusted advisor transforming patient lives worldwide with pioneering molecular diagnostics. Myriad discovers and commercializes molecular diagnostic tests that: determine the risk of developing disease, accurately diagnose disease, assess the risk of disease progression, and guide treatment decisions across six major medical specialties where molecular diagnostics can significantly improve patient care and lower healthcare costs. Myriad is focused on three strategic imperatives: maintaining leadership in an expanding hereditary cancer market, diversifying its product portfolio through the introduction of new products and increasing the revenue contribution from international markets.
For more information on how Myriad is making a difference, please visit the Company's website: www.myriad.com. Myriad is an equal opportunity employer and as such, affirms in policy and practice to recruit, hire, train and promote, in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status or status as a protected veteran. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures.
We believe that diversity lends a regional, national, and global advantage to the clients we serve. Our workforce consists of dynamic individuals, with a range of backgrounds, talents, and skills. Requisition ID: 2018-6944 Location Details:
Austin Texas Name: Myriad RBM
Assistant, Archivist - Part-Time
Requisition ID 17-568
Job Title Assistant, Archivist
Location New York
Type of Position Regular
Responsible for organizing, cataloging, and reviewing audio programs and content including metadata entry.
Duties and responsibilities:
Organize and catalog audio programs.
Review audio and create descriptive metadata.
Transfer and enter metadata.
Save audio and metadata to archiving database.
Assist with archival research & development projects for Programming as needed.
Interface with Programming staff as needed.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Previous experience with radio programming and/or library cataloging systems.
Requirements and General
Ability to recognize and analyze data, and assess value to archiving.
Strong knowledge of various programming genres.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Excellent time management and organizational skills.
Ability to pay attention to details and be organized.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Must have legal right to work in the U.S.
- Excellent computer skills including Microsoft office suite. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
- Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled. The requirements and duties described above may be modified or waived by the Company in its sole discretion without notice. Company EEO Statement Our goal at SiriusXM is to provide and maintain a work environment that fosters mutual respect, professionalism and cooperation. SiriusXM is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, alienage or citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, gender identity, marital status, familial status, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.
Digital Asset Archivist
Experience archiving digital assets, knowledge of metadata
High volume asset management & restricted content
Ability to work in a very fast-paced environment with a constant sense of urgency
Knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator and Excel
Project management and people skills essential Please send resume with relevant experience today! Apply with System One
Posting Number S00699P Position Title Digital Archivist Department Library Location Arlington Job Family Library Position Status Full-time Work Hours Standard Work Schedule Monday-Friday; 8:00am – 5:00pm. Open to External and Internal FLSA Salary Salary is commensurate based on qualifications and relevant experience Duration Funding expected to continue Pay Basis Monthly Benefits Eligible Yes Job Summary The Archivist will develop, implement, and execute processes enabling effective acquisition, appraisal, description, preservation, access to and security of born-digital and hybrid archival collections acquired by Special Collections.
Works as assigned at the Special Collections service desk, providing reference assistance for all areas of Special Collections; contributes to and participates in giving instruction, presentations, and tours. Participates fully in Saturday service desk rotations. Essential Duties and Responsibilities 1.
Develop, implement, and execute processes enabling effective appraisal, acquisition, arrangement, description, storage, access to, and preservation of born-digital materials, analog materials converted to digital formats, and hybrid collections acquired by Special Collections. Lead exploration, evaluation, and implementation of methods, tools, and systems related to the preservation of born-digital content including digital forensic methods, digital preservation systems, and hardware used to transfer data from physical media. Develop strategies and resources to preserve and provide access to new and/or complex data types.
Investigate, develop, and implement policies and procedures for digital preservation. 2. Participate in planning for Libraries and University digital preservation. Works as assigned at service desk providing reference assistance for all areas of Special Collections.
Conducts bibliographic instruction and outreach to faculty, students, and community groups. 3. Performs other duties assigned. Required Qualifications • Master’s degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited program or a master’s degree in archival studies, history, or other closely related field with a concentration in archival management and theory. • Demonstrated organizational, analytical, decision-making, problem-solving and planning skills. • Computer literate and technologically adept. • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, specifically Outlook, Word, and Excel. • Proficiency in Windows Operating System and file management.
Preferred Qualifications • Master’s degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited program or a master’s degree in archival studies, history, or other closely related field with a concentration in archival management and theory. • Demonstrated organizational, analytical, decision-making, problem-solving and planning skills. • Computer literate and technologically adept. • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, specifically Outlook, Word, and Excel. • Proficiency in Windows Operating System and file management. • Two years of relevant professional experience as a digital archivist in a special collections or archives, preferably in an academic setting. • Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing new digital repository systems, including policies, standards, and procedures for stewardship of digital materials in an archival or special collections setting. • Knowledge of strategies, including digital forensics, and technology developed or adopted by the archival community for managing born-digital archival and manuscript material. • Demonstrated knowledge of digital preservation theory and practice; and work experience with digital preservation systems and tools (e.g. Archivematica, Preservica, or Bitcurator). • Knowledge of linked data/semantic web publishing. • Knowledge of legal restrictions to access to data (DMCA, FERPA), and understanding of copyright and open access. • Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) certificate from the Society of American Archivists. • Experience creating archival description in MARC and EAD using DACS; experience using Dublin Core for item-level description; familiarity with or aptitude and willingness to implement other metadata standards such as METS, RDF, and PREMIS • Experience working with web archiving (Archive-It). • Experience working with XML and/or HTML. • Experience working with archival collection management systems such as ArchiveSpace or Archon. • Experience in working in an active university records management program. • Knowledge of data issues in the research-knowledge creation lifecycle. • Knowledge of the research process and evolving models of scholarly communication KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Project planning and management skills • Leadership skills • Ability to lead, cultivate, and empower staff • Time management skills • Ability to work collegially and collaboratively with people of diverse backgrounds. • Customer service skills • Ability to communicate effectively, including excellent interpersonal skills as well as verbal and written skills • Ability to pay attention to detail • Ability to transfer and apply knowledge and experience to new situations • Ability to follow through on projects • Ability to analyze situations and make sound decisions • Collaboration and coordination skills • Ability to excel in a “perpetual beta” environment, with frequent change and intelligent risk-taking Working Conditions Special Conditions for Eligibility This is a non-tenure track position. EEO Statement UTA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution.
Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Additionally, the University prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation. A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists.
The UTA is a tobacco free campus. Posting Detail Information Number of Vacancies 1 Desired Start Date Open Date Review Start Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions to Applicants Final candidate/s are required to deliver a one hour presentation, including Q&A, during the on campus interview. The topic will be communicated to candidate/s prior to on campus interview. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). + * Do you have Master’s degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited program or a master's degree in archival studies, history, or other closely related field with a concentration in archival management and theory?
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