Archivist Job Description Sample
Summary of Position:
Under supervision of the Director, Archives & Collections, the Archivist will be in a client-facing role, responsible for day-to-day work of selecting, cataloguing, maintaining, and maaking available the archived assets of NBCUniversal businesses. These assets include but are not limited to props, costumes, photography, artwork, production records, and marketing & publicity material.
The Archivist will also be responsible for executing requests for film and TV publicity displays, production loans, and loans to museums and other external institutions.
Specific Job Responsibilities:
Work closely with Universal Pictures Feature Assets to create lists, select and acquire props, costumes and artwork from current feature film productions for permanent retention in Archives & Collections.
Work closely with staff from Universal Pictures Feature Assets, Brand Marketing, and Publicity to make assets available for exhibits and loans. Includes loan preparation, condition reports, and transportation.
Courier and install exhibits of Archives & Collections assets as needed, both domestic and international.
Complete MPLP processing and cataloging of feature collections.
Work closely with Universal Parks & Resorts to archive the history of Universal Studios theme parks, and coordinate exhibits.
Supervise and train interns as part of NBCUniversal internship program
Represent NBCUniversal Archives & Collections by participating in applicable professional associations and NBCUniversal employee affinity groups.
Other responsibilities as assigned by the Director, Archives & Collections
1.Bachelor's degree with coursework in history, archival administration, museum studies, or equivalent. Master's Degree, as well as knowledge of the entertainment industry preferred.
2.Detail oriented person, with strong organizational skills. Manual dexterity to handle fragile collections, and ability to lift 40-pound boxes required.
3.Experience with museum exhibit loans and installations
4.Experience using word processing, spreadsheet, database and digital imaging software.
5.Good communication, customer service and writing skills are required, as is the ability to be a self-starter that works independently or within a team.
You can make a salary. Or you can make a difference. Or you can work as an Archivist at Herman Miller and make both.
About this Opportunity
As an Archivist, you'll be responsible for the day-to-day processing and preserving of the Herman Miller archival collection. You will facilitate, govern, and enhance access to the Archives, supporting requests from internal and external business partners.
What You'll Do
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Arrange and describe archival materials, including paper-based, audiovisual, and born-digital, according to current processes and industry standards.
Proactively create, improve, and refine workflows and procedures for managing, processing, and providing access to archival materials.
Ensure optimal archival storage conditions and make recommendations for the preservation of collection materials.
Facilitate and govern access to archival materials for internal and external researchers by creating finding aids and contributing to the Digital Asset Management system.
Continually expand and cultivate a broad understanding of Herman Miller history, brand, and archival collections, refining strategic goals and communicating across teams as well as with external researchers.
Contribute to the planning, researching, and organizing of archival exhibitions and special projects.
Coordinate in-house and outsourced digitization efforts.
Develop the Corporate Archives by acquiring new materials and consulting with teams across the company to identify records of enduring value.
Maintain understanding of current trends and best practices and evaluate new processes for continuous improvement opportunities.
Perform additional responsibilities as requested to achieve business objectives.
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A Bachelor's degree in Museum Management, Archives, Exhibit Design, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A Master's degree in Archives, Records Management, or a related field from an accredited graduate program is preferred.
Two years of experience in archives with evidence of progressive responsibilities.
A demonstrated knowledge of archival theory, standards, and best practices.
The ability to work under minimal supervision with considerable latitude in the use of initiative and independent judgment.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with great attention to detail.
Project management skills with the ability to coordinate multiple complex tasks in a timely manner.
A proven capacity and ability to acquire new skills and knowledge.
Demonstrated written, verbal, and interpersonal skills to communicate information, ideas, procedures, and processes in a logical sequence and at a level appropriate to the audience, resulting in effective working relationships.
A demonstrated ability to effectively use the office automation, communication, software, and tools currently used in the Herman Miller office environment.
The ability to lift 30 pounds (boxes, furniture, etc.).
The ability to perform all essential job functions of the position with or without accommodations.
Who We Are
At Herman Miller, our unique culture represents the collective attitudes, ideas, and experiences of the people who work here. We focus on protecting the environment, impacting our communities, exceeding the expectations of our customers through high quality products, and championing diversity in all areas of the business, and together we are on a journey toward a better world. We support the well-being of our employees in and outside of work by providing a variety of opportunities including award-winning work-life integration resources, development programs, complex health and wellness offerings, and much more.
Herman Miller is a globally recognized provider of furnishings and related technologies and services. Headquartered in West Michigan, we have relied on innovative design for over 100 years to solve problems for people wherever they work, live, learn, and heal.
Herman Miller is committed to diversity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer including veterans and people with disabilities.
Job ID REQ_96580FACILITY Rochester Regional Health LaboratoriesLOCATION Rochester, New York
As a part of the Quality Assurance team, the Archivist promotes and supports a culture of audit readiness within ACM Global Laboratories. Responsible for managing archiving system for ACM Global Laboratories through standardized processes and controls for document retrieval, cataloging, storage and monitoring. The Archivist is based in our Rochester, NY site and reports to the Supervisor, Document Control.
STATUS: Full Time
LOCATION: 160 Elmgrove Road, Rochester NY
DEPARTMENT: Quality Assurance
SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday
Associate's/Bachelor's degree preferred.
1 year of document control/archival experience required; experience in a laboratory, pharmaceutical, or clinical research setting preferred.
Knowledge of and demonstrated experience in Good Clinical Practice (GCP), ISO15189, NEQAS, CAP, CLIA strongly preferred.
Archiving. Establish and maintain archiving process to support ACM Global Laboratories' Rochester, NY site. Laise with commercial archive partners (Iron Mountain)
Process Improvement. Develop and ensure Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for archival process; review processes and standardize globally when appropriate.
Audit Support. Assist in audit preparation in advance of customer/regulatory site visits. Support the document scanning team to ensure appropriate digital archiving.
Rochester Regional Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Archivist [Media Library & Archives
- Digital Projects] (Boston)
Job Requisition #Date OpenedPosting TitleP-0446312/10/2018ArchivistPosition TypeDepartmentAEEF, Full TimeMedia Library & Archives
- Digital ProjectsClassification TypeProject Length (in weeks)Staff
Budgeted Salary LowBudgeted Salary High$ 36,362$ 40,000Union Salary Range LowUnion Salary Range High$ 36,362$ 52,411
The WGBH Media Library and Archives (MLA) establishes the policies and procedures for the acquisition, access and preservation of WGBH's production media and administrative assets. The MLA manages the media materials and administrative records generated during the production of radio and television programs throughout WGBH's history. The MLA's goal is to promote the efficient and effective use and re-purposing of the WGBH physical and digital assets.
The Archivist will handle archive circulation requests, basic reference requests and processing new material into the collection. Circulation duties require physically retrieving items from the on-site vault and off-site storage, checking materials back into the system and returning them to their storage location. Basic reference duties include assisting internal and external researchers with navigating the MLA's online database and websites, answering questions regarding availability of items, preparing items for digitization, and answering questions regarding WGBH program history. Processing incoming media materials, both physical and digital, involves metadata grooming, contact with the production units to verify metadata, and uploading records into the WGBH internal database and digital asset management system.
Additional duties include photo credit research for WGBH Creative projects including the monthly member magazine, institutional newsletters and reports. The Archivist may be asked to work on special projects within the MLA or take on other duties as needed. The Archivist is responsible for handling business, legal and administrative documents of a confidential nature.
Candidates must be able to lift 40 lb. containers and maneuver book trucks or other office vehicles to transfer materials between storage areas. Candidates must be experienced drivers with a valid driver's license.
Archivist Job Responsibilities:
40% Responsible for circulation and storage of physical assets.
30% Accessioning physical and digital assets into the MLA and DAM system. Process incoming databases from productions and WGBH depts.
15% Responsible for reference requests received via the Archive Requests email account.
10% Performs stills and credit research for WGBH Creative.
5% Legacy metadata improvement, retrospective cataloging.
Passion for public media
Archival research experience
Experience with FileMaker or other relational database software
Excellent communication skills
Attention to detail
Bachelor's degree required, preferably in Library or Information Science or currently enrolled in a Library or Information Science degree program.
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A cover letter is required for consideration and should be included as the first page of your resume. Your cover letter should address your interest and experience in archival curation.
The Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan invites applications for the Project Archivists program, a hiring initiative launched in 2015. This program matches early career archivists with term-limited positions aligned with the library's key initiatives.
Multiple two-year term positions are available for Project Archivists to join the Curation team, with continuation the second year contingent upon satisfactory performance within the first six months of employment. Start of employment in early September 2019 is preferred.
Archivists at the Bentley Historical Library are committed to pursuing best practices and innovative ideas in collecting, curating, and promoting both academic research and public interest in the records of the University of Michigan and major collections relating to the history of the state of Michigan, its peoples, and organizations. See bentley.umich.edu
Part-Time Video Archiving Position at Idaho Public Television
We are looking for a detail-oriented, accurate keyboarder with an interest in helping digitize and catalog historic Idaho Public Television programs and video from our tape library into our new Digital Video Asset Management System.
IdahoPTV will provide training on specific hardware and software needed for this position
Salary is $ 9.00/hour
Part-time, non-benefitted position averaging 19.5 hours per week
Flexible day schedule once training is completed (no working weekends nights, or state holidays)
Bi-weekly pay schedule via direct deposit
Example of Duties
May interact with staff as they digitize video footage from an extensive tape library and put it on a server to be copied and added to new archive system.
Monitor video and photo files to ensure they meet visual quality standards.
Use existing information from previous excel based database and accurately add it to our new central database system. Making sure it's accurate. If it's not, make corrections with help from production staff.
Use proprietary software to move video files to a digital archive system with metadata information that's reviewed and corrected for spelling errors, grammatical issues, and any other errors that could make it difficult to find in the future.
Previous experience working in databases preferred (ability to enter, manipulate, and import/export data)
Attention to Detail.
Accurate keyboarding skills
Ability to follow multi-step instructions
Responsible, reliable and detail-oriented
Ability to learn and retain new knowledge
Ability to work flexibly and independently after training
Good understanding of basic Windows operating systems is a must including working with multiple hard drives and copying and pasting many items and large amounts of data
To apply, please submit your resume by mail, email or fax to:
Idaho Public Television
1455 N. Orchard St.
Boise, ID 83706
Fax: (208) 373-7245
If you have questions, please contact Tony Howard at (208) 373-7348.
For more information on Idaho Public Television, please visit our website at idahoptv.org.
Archivist For Arts Library Special Collections
1.Assumes a variety of responsibilities related to Special Collections/Restricted materials in all formats (including born-digital). This includes selection, appraisal, arrangement and description, preservation, access, outreach, and security. 2. Manages all aspects of ALSC archival processing in paper or electronic format, including: accessioning, arrangement and description, and preservation and rehousing. 3. Improves accessibility to archival collections by preparing and publishing EAD encoded finding aids. Creates collection level records and assists other staff in preparing such records for inclusion in the online library catalog. 4. Oversees ALSC collections management, particularly stacks maintenance and LSF processing. 5. Serves as the primary selector for the Yale Bookplate Collection and participates in ALSC collection development, including: research and selection, dealer and donor relations, and acquisitions negotiations across a broad range of materials relating to the visual arts, design, and the dramatic arts. 6. Collaborates to deliver instructional sessions and reference support in the use of Arts Library special collections by the Yale community and the broader public. Collaborates with other librarians, archivists, and faculty to integrate ALSC materials into courses. 7. Assists in the creation and maintenance of online research guides and other support tools. 8. Participates in the creation of Arts Library exhibition, outreach and instruction programs, and events. This includes the Bibliographical Press and working with other campus partners to draw new and diverse audiences to the Arts Library and the Press. 9. Assists with reading room operations that includes patron requests; reference services to patrons in person, by telephone, and via email; reproduction requests; compliance with security procedures; training library staff, student assistants, and interns. 10. Creates documentation to support training and excellent customer service. 11. Collaborates with Arts Librarians to manage current and future special collections digitization efforts. 12. Participates in setting priorities, planning workflows, recommending changes to procedures and policies; resolves problems, interprets policies, generates statistics and reports, carries out projects. 13. Serves on library committees, working groups, and task forces, and engages in professional development outside the library. Monitors developments and best practices elsewhere to help ensure the excellence of Yale's collections and research support services. 14. Assists, if necessary, with disaster recovery efforts. 15. May perform other duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience
1.Master's degree from an ALA-accredited library school and an undergraduate degree in the visual arts, art history, design, or a closely-related field. 2. A minimum of two year's professional experience in an academic or museum library, with formal training in archival theory and practice. 3. Experience processing manuscript and archival collections. 4. Demonstrated knowledge of archival and library management systems. 5. Demonstrated experience with basic preservation and conservation standards for archival and special collections. 6. Demonstrated record of designing projects and bringing them to a conclusion in a timely fashion. 7. Experience with providing research support, instruction, and public services for special collections. 8. Demonstrated excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications and analytical ability, and the ability to provide exceptional customer service to a diverse clientele.
Background Check Requirements
All candidates for employment will be subject to pre-employment background screening for this position, which may include motor vehicle, DOT certification, drug testing and credit checks based on the position description and job requirements. All offers are contingent upon the successful completion of the background check. Please visit www.yale.edu/hronline/careers/screening/faqs.html for additional information on the background check requirements and process.
The Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library at Yale University seeks a service-focused and collaborative Archivist for Special Collections, a position that provides opportunities for growth and professional development in one of the country's largest academic arts libraries. Reporting to the Associate Director for Arts Library Special Collections (ALSC), the incumbent helps to oversee the day-to-day operations of the ALSC, including archival processing, collections management, and research services.
The Archivist for ALSC processes and catalogs archival and manuscript materials representing the visual arts and design. They prepare finding aids according to relevant standards and established local practice, including using ArchivesSpace. The ALSC archivist plans, directs, and reviews work of library staff, student assistants, and interns who process special collections and staff who support the ALSC service desk and reading room.
The ALSC archivist participates in the acquisitions process, specifically by managing the Yale Bookplate Collection and making recommendations to the ALSC Associate Director. They assist in the preservation assessment of collections and in the selection of materials for conservation treatment. Collaborating with other special collections units within Yale University Library (YUL) system they are responsible for assuring that policies and procedures governing the use of the collections follow the YUL's security standards.
The ALSC archivist collaborates with other with Arts librarians to provide special collections reference, instruction and research services, including the preparation of research guides and other materials, to actively support teaching and research within the visual arts and design across Yale. The ALSC archivist assists with the planning and execution of the unit's virtual and physical exhibition program.
The incumbent serves as a member of the Arts Library's management team and contributes to YUL's, and to the Arts Library's long-range planning. Completes special projects as assigned. Contributes to Yale University Library and University-wide initiatives and is active professionally.
The Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library supports renowned programs in visual and performing arts at Yale, including the Schools of Art, Architecture, and Drama, and the Departments of Theater Studies and History of Art.
Arts Library Special Collections features a broad selection of fine press and artists' books, manuscript and archival holdings related to the book arts, graphic design, and theater. The Yale Bookplate Collection is one of the largest such collections in the world, with an estimated one million individual specimens, dating from the 15th to the 21st century. The unit also oversees Yale Library's Bibliographical Press program that, in conjunction with the printing facilities in Yale's residential colleges, continues a long-held tradition that allows students to experience the craft of printing with movable metal type.
Preferred Education, Experience and
Advanced degree in the visual arts, art history, architecture or a closely related field.
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the essential functions that will be required of the position and should not be construed as a declaration of specific duties and responsibilities of the particular position. Employees will be assigned specific job-related duties through their hiring departments.
Affirmative Action Statement:
Yale University considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, an individual's sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does Yale discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects people from sex discrimination in educational programs and activities at institutions that receive federal financial assistance.
Questions regarding Title IX may be referred to the University's Title IX Coordinator, at TitleIX@yale.edu, or to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 8th Floor, Five Post Office Square, Boston MA 02109-3921. Telephone: 617.289.0111, Fax: 617.289.0150, TDD: 800.877.8339, or Email: email@example.com.
Abraham D. Sofaer Papers Project Archivist
Job Code: 1781
Job Grade: G
A cover letter and resume are required for full consideration.
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives at Stanford University is seeking a project archivist to complete a project to arrange and describe the papers of Abraham D. Sofaer, an American judge and lawyer who served as legal advisor to the US Department of State. The full-time position is a non-career track position, for a two-year fixed term.
About Stanford University's Hoover Institution: The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace is a public policy research center devoted to the advanced study of economics, politics, history, and political economy—both domestic and foreign—as well as international affairs.
Founded in 1919 by Herbert Hoover before he became the thirty-first president of the United States, the Institution began as a repository of historical material gathered at the end of World War I. The library and archives have grown to be among the largest private repositories of documents on twentieth-century political and economic history. Over time the Institution expanded its mission from collecting archival material to conducting advanced research on contemporary history and economics and applying this scholarship to current public policy challenges.
With its eminent scholars and world-renowned library and archives, the Hoover Institution seeks to improve the human condition by advancing ideas that promote economic opportunity and prosperity while securing and safeguarding peace for America and all humanity.
The Project Archivist is responsible for determining the organization and creating intellectual access to the papers documenting Abraham D. Sofaer's lifework. Working independently and as an expert and coordinator of a project team, the Project Archivist will appraise, organize, arrange, describe, and provide access to the Abraham D. Sofaer papers and other related materials of twentieth-century political advisors.
Coordinate the arrangement, appraisal, and description of the collection according to professional standards and current archival procedures.
Devise and implement a collection survey, project plan, procedures, and workflow; collect and maintain statistics, reports, and other metrics.
Liaise with the collection donor regarding collection provenance, project status, and priorities.
Independently analyze problems and recommend solutions, displaying a high degree of initiative, originality, and judgment in applying archival principles and procedures to complex and unique collections.
Conduct preservation assessments to determine appropriate preservation treatment and archival storage decisions.
Evaluate, select, and apply metadata schemas and techniques, standards, data elements, and thesauri to provide description and access to the collection.
Publicize the collection by providing content for a variety of print, internet, and social media formats; develop methods to measure and evaluate the effectiveness of the publicity.
Assist with the supervision and training of archives assistants.
Participate in the development of a uniform description environment across Hoover Library & Archives.
Assist with reading room activities, providing orientations and instruction to researchers in how to request and use rare materials.
Other duties may also be assigned.
Education & Experience:
MLIS from an ALA-accredited library school or MA with an archival concentration, archival management certificate, or related subject specialty. Demonstrated understanding of academic libraries and a background in twentieth century history, politics or culture strongly preferred. One to two years of experience with arranging and describing archival materials also preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Established understanding of the principles of archival arrangement, description, and appraisal.
Experience working with large, complex archival collections.
Demonstrated experience in applying current archival and special collections descriptive practices and principles including DACS, RDA, and LCSH.
Familiarity with EAD, XML and other machine actionable metadata schema.
Ability to learn, analyze, and utilize existing and emerging metadata standards and practices associated with linked data.
Experience using archival or special collections information systems, such as ArchivesSpace, or the ability to learn them.
Demonstrated experience coordinating with and communicating effectively with donors and other stakeholders.
High level of proficiency using PC-based applications (Windows, word processing, spreadsheets) and other computer applications (email, Internet, Integrated Library Systems); ability to keep up to date with emerging technologies.
Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work, with strong project management skills, and the ability to use considerable judgment and initiative.
Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work independently, as a team member, and across departmental boundaries in a fast-paced environment.
Demonstrated consistent accuracy and attention to detail while maintaining a very high level of productivity.
Flexibility to be organized, productive and effective in a dynamic environment, involved with a variety of simultaneous projects and workflows.
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
Ability to rapidly learn and implement new archival description procedures and principles adopted by the Hoover Library and Archives.
Certifications and Licenses:
Constantly sit, perform desk-based computer tasks.
Frequently twist/bend/stoop/squat, grasp lightly/fine manipulation, grasp forcefully, sort/file paperwork or parts, lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh up to 10 pounds.
Occasionally stand/walk, reach/work above shoulders, writing by hand, kneel/crawl, climb (ladders, scaffolds, or other).
Rarely use a telephone, operate hand controls.
Must be able to push and maneuver a fully-loaded cart weighing up to 650 pounds that requires an initial push force up to 50 pounds. Ability to lift 40 pound boxes or bundles.
Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of his or her job.
- May work in confined spaces and at heights 4-10 feet; be exposed to dust and mold; work extended hours, evenings and weekends.
Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients as well as with external organizations.
Promote Culture of Safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.
Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University's Administrative Guide, http://adminguide.stanford.edu.
The Hoover Institution at Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Corporate Assistant Archivist
The Assistant Archivist works with the
Corporate Archivist in accessioning, processing, describing, and providingaccess to New York Stock Exchange Archives. The NYSE Archives preserves the most important records documenting theNYSE's long history, ranging from the original 1792 Buttonwood Agreement to theborn digital records of today. The Archives cares for the written, graphic anddigital records and artifacts that document NYSE policy, procedures, productsand people over the past 226 years. The Archives also provides research andreference services to ICE/NYSE management and staff, listed company and memberfirm customers, and qualified scholarly researchers.
Approximately 50% of the time allotted to the position is insupport of the day-to-day operation of the New York Stock Exchange. The rest ofthe job is devoted to processing the records of the Exchange, assisting otherdepartments with the transfer of materials to the archives, and other duties asassigned.
Oversee the day to dayoperation of the NYSE Archives Facility.
Contribute to the implementation androll out of a new Digital Asset Management system
Process and catalog physicaland born digital materials including photographs, moving images, artwork, andmuseum objects.
Work with Corporate Archivist tostreamline process to apply required metadata to existing assets to allowinternal clients to complete independent research queries.
Integrate access toolsincluding finding aids, catalog records, and indexes into DAM.
Work with the LegalDepartment and Records Management to accession records currently managed byother NYSE departments that have been deemed permanent.
Complete large andsmall scale scanning projects to create use copies to share with global firm.
Provide maintenance tothe collection, including rehousing of physical material, migration of digitalformats, and handling the art and museum collection.
Assist with referencerequests and material retrieval.
Knowledge and Experience
Master's degree inarchival science, library science, or a related area of study that includes aconcentration in archives.
3 years of archivalexperience, including significant arrangement and descriptive duties.
Experience workingwith an digital asset management system and database applications
Knowledge ofprofessional standards and best practices for processing historic records andcataloging artifacts.
Understanding of metadatacreation and industry standards.
Physical ability tolift boxes weighing 40 pounds and to climb a mobile ladder.
Experience workingunder pressure with tight deadlines on occasion.
Ability to work independentlyon projects.
Job Type: Standard
Research Data Archivist
The primary purpose of this position is to: 1) execute standards-based data management and curation workflows for UNC and external agreements and contracts; 2) establish training programs that support researchers' adoption of data management best practices as part of normative research practice; 3) increase awareness of Odum Institute Data Archive tools and services; 4) expand research data archival collections through solicitations to local and external producers of social science data meeting the criteria of the collections development policy; and 5) make significant research and development contributions to the data archives profession to help improve the practice of data curation.
-* Demonstrated proficiency in various statistical software packages to include Stata, R, and SPSS, with a strong willingness and aptitude for gaining mastery of other complex programming languages and code
-* Experience in executing data curation and management workflows in accordance with established standards and best practice
-* In-depth knowledge of current issues in the scientific publishing, Open Science, and discourses on reproducible research The position requires a minimum of three (3) years of experience working in a data archives or in the capacity of a data management/curation professional, with at least one (1) year of supervisory experience. The candidate must possess comprehensive applied knowledge of data management and curation in the context of the research lifecycle as it applies to a variety of disciplinary domains.
Knowledge should include the application of data management and curation best practices during research project design, data collection, data analysis, and data sharing, with expertise in prevailing data archiving standards. The candidate must have experience developing and providing data management training to audiences of varying knowledge, diverse backgrounds, and different levels of ability. The ability to communicate data management and curation concepts verbally and in written form to various audiences and individuals is required.Advanced degree in information and library sciences (MSIS/MLIS) with coursework in digital archives, or related combination of graduate-level education and experience.
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