Curator Job Description Sample
The USC School of Architecture Gamble House is seeking a Curator to care for the landmarks's irreplaceable, museum-quality collection of decorative arts, to facilitate the smooth operation of the course, and to encourage the development of new scholarship and engaging programs. Position is primarily responsible for conservation and interpretation of the collection of the Gamble House.
Candidate will also communicate with volunteers, donors and members as appropriate. Candidate will assist Director with other tasks as assigned.
Plans, curates and produces exhibitions, publications, events and other projects related to the collections and history of The Gamble House. Oversees conservation of collection objects and architectural fabric of The Gamble House. Works with contract conservator and facilities staff to ensure appropriate conservation of the collection.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree, Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum education.
Minimum Experience: 2 years, Combined education/experience as substitute for minimum experience.
Minimum Field of Expertise: Specialized knowledge pertinent to materials in collection(s) and archival equipment. Experience utilizing digital reproduction technologies such as scanners and digital cameras for preservation, access and/or exhibition.
USC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law or USC policy.
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The curator is responsible for supporting the development, maintenance, and update of permanent exhibits and displays. This includes doing research on themes and stories, becoming knowledgeable on internal collections and exploring external ones, being part of the exhibit design-build process from concepts to installation, and supporting efforts to promote and celebrate heritage associated with the organization.
Supports the planning and implementation of permanent, temporary, and special exhibits.
Supports the development of exhibitions including developing interpretive materials (i.e. gallery introductions, didactic panels, object labels, text panels, etc.).
Identifies and secures loaned artifacts for exhibitions as necessary from other institutions, galleries and private collections.
Coordinates and monitors the loading, unloading, packing, and unpacking of artifacts, memorabilia, and permanent/temporary exhibition objects, and their movement throughout venues; provides internal and external reports on object/collection condition as necessary.
Arranges for appropriate packing and shipping of acquisitions, and dispersal of objects at the end of the exhibition.
Ensures that lender requirements and expectations for special exhibits are met: security, climate, insurance, location, dates for pick-up/return, etc.
Monitors interior environmental conditions in all exhibition and storage areas where permanent collection artifacts and/or loaned artifacts may be held, including temperature and relative humidity and other environmental conditions as necessary.
Ensures the safe handling and movement of collection artifacts and loan artifacts.
Provides support in efforts to obtain historically relevant items from the general public for use in displays and exhibits.
Supports the communication process between the organization and individuals submitting items for donation or loan.
Provides logistical and technical support for the development of oral history.
Researches key individuals to do oral history with.
Supports the interview, transcription, and metadata processes.
Provides support converting artifacts and materials into digital format that will be more likely to stand the test of time.
Supports the creation of digital surrogates to ensure that present physical objects will live to, or beyond, their life expectancy.
Contributes to the development of taxonomy and metadata to improve future access to the collections.
Creates and manages monthly calendar for exhibit inspections and maintenance. Creates and manages annual calendar for new/changing exhibitions.
Supports the management of annual budgets for Curation.
Supports Curation interns, consultants and contract workers.
Works with Tour staff to provide programs, training and other educational needs as required.
Works with Social Media, Web, and App Teams to provide content and information as required.
Supplemental Job Functions:
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Bachelor's degree in a related discipline and 1-2 years of related work experience.
Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work
Possess the highest integrity and ethical standards
Possesses excellent knowledge of current museum standards and best practices.
Understands and respects cultural sensitivities, legal constraints, and financial limitations.
Reviews and contributes to collections management policies.
Demonstrates a professional demeanor, initiative, confidence, creativity, the ability to prioritize in a dynamic environment, and commitment to continuous improvement.
Possesses excellent written and oral communication skills, and strong interpersonal skills.
Able to work independently and complete tasks and projects with minimal guidance/oversight; possesses strong project management skills.
Demonstrates good judgment, analytical, decision-making, and problem-solving abilities.
Accepts accountability for timely results and attention to detail.
Is comfortable dealing with a mix of mentally challenging work and fundamental clerical work.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Master's degree in a discipline directly related to the work and 2-5 years of experience preferred.
Exposure to temperatures of 60 degrees on a frequent basis.
Occasional exposure to damp, dusty, and dirty areas.
Able to physically handle collection items and boxes, including the ability to lift boxes weighing up to 40 lbs.
Able to do a significant amount of walking daily
Ability to sit, stand, bend, reach and flex for extended periods of time
The position will require occasional travel, including but not limited to trips to attend conferences and training, and evaluating other facilities and their best practices.
Flexibility to accommodate evenings and weekends hours will be beneficial.
Medical Reporting Curator
Foundation Medicine is dedicated to helping bring personalized cancer medicine into routine clinical practice. Harnessing advanced technology, Foundation Medicine is developing clinical laboratory tests that will broadly capture the most relevant tumor genomic and other molecular information in a single test, and connect it with relevant scientific and medical knowledge to help oncologists determine the right treatment for each patient.
The Medical Reporting Curator will be integrated within a team of scientists to maintain and prepare content in support of Foundation Medicine's medical reporting process. Database maintenance and management of projects related to content generation will support the creation of a high-quality, personalized diagnostic report for each patient.
Primary Responsibilities and Essential Duties:
Retrieve database content to prepare reports describing patient test results.
Update database content.
Organize projects related to content generation and database maintenance.
Collaborate with internal scientists to review, refine, and extend existing medical content.
Apply scientific knowledge to contribute to the development and maintenance of Foundation Medicine's clinical oncology knowledgebase.
Contribute to additional projects in support of broader Biomedical Informatics and/or Foundation Medicine goals.
Required Skills and Experience:
Superior verbal and written communication skills.
Strong organizational, administrative, and analytical skills.
Ability to perform careful, detail-oriented work under deadline pressure.
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks with strong attention to detail.
Ability to perform assignments with minimal supervision.
Education or Experience:
Master's degree in Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry or closely related field.
Or Bachelor's degree in related field plus 3 years work experience.
Scientific Curator (3 Month Contract)
We're looking for detail-oriented scientists with a knack for evaluating and summarizing complex scientific literature. Note: This is a three-month contract position.
Who we are
23andMe's mission is to help individuals and researchers access, understand, and benefit from the human genome. We are a group of passionate individuals pushing the boundaries of what's possible to help turn genetic insights into better health and personal understanding.
Who you are
You have a passion for science and believe that it is important to make genetic information accessible, relatable, and useful to everyone. You are comfortable evaluating findings from scientific studies, have a high-quality bar, and are a stickler for detail. You are preferably an expert in the field of genetics; otherwise well versed in another area of human biology.
What you'll do
Identify, critically evaluate, and record the findings of scientific papers
Assist in ensuring the ongoing validity and relevance of 23andMe's current health reports
We hope you have
PhD in Biology/Genetics or equivalent, late-stage PhD Students welcome to apply
At least two years of research laboratory and/or clinical experience in human genetics
Familiarity with statistical analysis and study design in the context of critically evaluating scientific findings
Experience working effectively in a dynamic, fast-paced, and interdisciplinary environment
Experience using public databases, genomic tools, and online scientific resources
Impeccable attention to detail and an appreciation for process
An ability to be proactive, thorough, and independent
23andMe, Inc. is the leading consumer genetics and research company. Our mission is to help people access, understand and benefit from the human genome. The company was named by MIT Technology Review to its "50 Smartest Companies, 2017" list, and named one of Fast Company's "25 Brands That Matter Now, 2017". 23andMe has over 5 million customers worldwide, with ~85 percent of customers consented to participate in research. 23andMe is located in Mountain View, CA. More information is available at www.23andMe.com.
At 23andMe, we value a diverse, inclusive workforce and we provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. All qualified applicants for employment will be considered without regard to an individual's race, color, sex, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, physical or mental disability, medical condition, family care status, marital status, domestic partner status, sexual orientation, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local laws. If you are unable to submit your application because of incompatible assistive technology or a disability, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 23andMe will reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities to the extent required by applicable law.
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Distinguished Curator In European Art
The Princeton University Art Museum invites nominations and applications for the Allen R. Adler, Class of 1967, Distinguished Curator in European Art.
This is an endowed senior-level position at one of the world's finest university museums. We seek a highly accomplished scholar-curator with international standing in the field of European art to advance a curatorial vision for a university art museum with a deep and historic commitment to object-based teaching. While the position is open to anyone with scholarly expertise in European art from the medieval period to the present, preference will be placed on scholars working before the nineteenth century.
The Adler Distinguished Curator will work in a highly collaborative, team-based environment in a department with ten fellow curators to organize ambitious and innovative major exhibition projects; undertake significant object-based research and publications; conceive compelling installations from the collections; and teach one or two object-based courses each year to both undergraduate and graduate students. In doing so, s/he will advance Princeton's national and international reputation as one of the world's leading research centers for the study of art and art history. When the Adler Distinguished Curator is teaching, s/he will hold the title of Lecturer in the Department of Art and Archaeology.
Qualifications: The position requires an eminent curator, scholar, and teacher, with a firmly established international reputation in the field of art of the European tradition. Candidates should have a demonstrable track record of active engagement with scholarly research, including a history of developing major exhibitions and a record of scholarly publications; significant curatorial experience; a passion for teaching; and an international network of relationships in the art and museum world. A Master's degree in the history of art or a related field is required.
A Ph.D. in the history of art or a related discipline is strongly preferred. Compensation will be highly competitive and commensurate with a distinguished level of achievement. With a collecting history that extends back to 1755, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the leading university art museums in the country, with collections that have grown to include more than 100,000 works ranging from ancient to contemporary art and spanning the globe.
Its collections of Chinese painting, the art of the ancient Americas, and photography are widely regarded as being among the world's finest. A private institution serving the public good, the Museum is committed to serving the University, local and regional communities, and beyond through a dynamic program of temporary exhibitions, new scholarship, and innovative programming. By collaborating with experts across many disciplines, fostering sustained study of original works of art, and uniting scholarship with broad accessibility, the Museum contributes to the development of critical thinking and visual literacy at Princeton University and enhances the civic fabric of our nation.
The Museum also serves as a gateway to the University for more than 200,000 visitors from around the world each year. Intimate in scale yet expansive in scope, it offers a respite from the rush of daily life, a revitalizing experience of extraordinary works of art and an opportunity to delve deeply into the study of art and culture. The Museum is located at the heart of the Princeton campus, a short walk from the shops and restaurants of Nassau Street, and is free and open to the public.
To learn more about the Princeton University Art Museum, visit artmuseum.princeton.edu. Interested candidates must apply online at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/7221 and submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for at least three references. This position is subject to the University's background check policy.
The Dittrick Medical History Center (center) is dedicated to the study of the medical past through a distinguished collection of rare books, museum artifacts, archives, and images. The Dittrick originated as part of the Cleveland Medical Library Association (est. 1894) and today functions as an interdisciplinary study center within the College of Arts and Sciences of Case Western Reserve University.
The goal of the Dittrick Medical History Center and Museum is to promote historical scholarship in and understanding of the history of medicine and the health sciences, in order to heighten awareness and appreciation of the achievements of Case Western Reserve University in these areas. This is achieved through the collection, preservation, exhibition, and scholarly use of artifacts, books, manuscripts, and images of medical science and health care. The center supports CWRU's active medical, undergraduate, and graduate academic programs in the history of science, technology, medicine, and medical humanities and bioethics.
The Chief Curator supervises and directs all aspects of the Dittrick Medical History Center and Museum and provides the initiative and leadership to effect the integration of the Dittrick Medical History Center into the life of CWRU, so that this unique facility is consistently a distinguished asset to the University and the community.
- Design and oversee construction and installation of interpretive museum exhibitions, both in gallery space and online. (15%)
- Develop the Dittrick collections through the acquisition of significant historical materials that foster understanding and appreciation of the history of medicine and the health sciences. (10%)
- Conduct a program of scholarly research and publish results. Promote and facilitate teaching and researching at the center. Pursue scholarship in the history of medicine and medical technology. Provide professional leadership in the field of medical museology. (10%)
- Develop work plans, evaluate needs and resources, set priorities, supervise their implementation and administration, and allocate resources for their most effective and efficient use. Plan future direction of the center. Develop, design and approve policies and procedures. (5%)
- Provide broad oversight of departmental fiscal planning and budget. Ensure account records are maintained properly and oversee all expenses through ERP Financials. Administer agency accounts for the Friends of the Dittrick Medical History Center. Administer special projects agency account(s). (5%)
- Supervise staff and student employees. Set goals for performance and deadlines. Organize workflow and ensure employees understand their duties or delegated tasks. Monitor employee performance and provide constructive feedback and coaching. Lead and motivate staff. (5%)
- Oversee collection development and collection management, including documentation, conservation and storage. Provide for care, preservation, and access to collections. (5%)
- Develop and direct a program of lectures for the Dittrick. Oversee the funding, administration, and publicity for these lectures. (5%)
- Assume a leading role in publicizing CWRU's legacy of achievement and innovation in biomedical science and technology, through the website, exhibits, and publications of the center, as well as a spokesperson on television and radio, and in print media. Direct the development and management of websites for the center and the Cleveland Medical Library Association. (5%)
- Make recommendations (in association with Cleveland Health Sciences library staff) to the Cleveland Medical Library Association Board of Trustees for the expenditure of funds to enhance the Allen Memorial Medical Library and the center. (5%)
- In collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences' development team, solicit and raise funds for special projects, including exhibits, room renovation, storage renovation, lectures, etc. (5%)
- Represent CWRU at regional, national, and international meetings. (5%)
- Establish and direct liaisons with the leadership of local, national and international medical community. Participate in the activities of various organizations; Medical Museums Association, European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences, American Association of the History of Medicine, The Archiviest and Librarians in the History of the Health Sciences, and the Ohio Academy of Medical History. Serve as an ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees of the Cleveland Medical Library Association. (5%)
- Effect and direct creative synergistic partnerships of the Dittrick with local, regional, and international institutions such as; Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Western Reserve Historical Society, Ohio Museums Association and the Northeast Ohio Intermuseum Council. (5%)
- Collaborate with CAS Development Office in planning and facilitating use of the Ditrrick and Allen resources for special functions, dinners, receptions, and conferences. Develop programming for alumni of the university. Provide venue for events and programs of CWRU Alumni Affairs Office and SOM Office of Alumni Affairs. Coordinate with central and CAS Development Offices in hosting fund raising receptions for the college. Solicit prospective donors. (5%)
- Share responsibility for the physical and aesthetic development of the Allen Memorial Medical Library building. Liaise with university Plant Services and outside contractors in renovations made to the building. Oversee renovations of the Allen Memorial Library space. (5%)
Perform other duties as assigned.
Department: Contact with the Dean and Associate Dean of Development and External Relations in the College of Arts and Sciences. Daily contact with Archivist/Museum Registrar and Photographer and Image Collection Manager. Contact with various professors using the Dittrick collections.
University: Contact with the Director and librarians of the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, special events coordinator, University Library director and collection development librarian, plant services staff, SOM Director of Communications and Director of Alumni Relations, SOM administration and faculty, and staff at various university departments.
External: Contact with the Cleveland Medical Library Association Board of Trustees. Contact with Dittrick Medical History Center volunteers. Contact with museums and national scholars, donors to collections, collectors of medical antiques, granting agencies, medical/historical groups, school groups and the general public.
Students: Contact with graduate and undergraduate students.
Direct supervisory responsibility for the Archivist/Museum Registrar, the Photographer and Image Collection Manager and student employees.
Experience: 5 or more years of experience in special collections, museums, or related experience with administrative responsibilities.
Education/Licensing: PhD in History of Science, Technology or Medicine or related discipline required. Museum studies course work desired.
Intellectual capacity for, as well as interest in, the history of medicine as demonstrated by completion of PhD in history of science, technology or medicine.
Capability to translate complex information into compelling oral and written presentation, as well as museum gallery exhibitions and online exhibitions, so as to communicate effectively to internal and external audiences and constituencies.
Knowledge and conversancy with professional museum standards, practices, and procedures, ranging from collections management to ethical standards of the field.
Outstanding management and interpersonal skills; commitment to nurture and motivate staff; ensure staff have opportunities for professional development.
Full professional knowledge of the history of science, technology, and medicine, and their social and cultural context, with specific expertise in individual area of scholarly pursuit.
Knowledge of research techniques used in examining and evaluating written, pictorial, and artifactual records.
Skill in synthesizing and communicating the projects of research using a variety of techniques and media, and to a variety of audiences, ranging from scholarly to general public.
Knowledge of exhibit concepts, planning, and implementation.
Knowledge of issues and methods of collections documentation, storage, and conservation.
Knowledge of a variety of management concepts and techniques coupled with skill in managing and leading staff to implement goals and assure appropriate and equitable treatment of staff.
Familiarity with key software, including PastPerfect (for collections management), PowerPoint (for presentations and exhibitions), Microsoft Excel (for accounts), and PeopleSoft (Enterprise Resource Planning and Human Capital Management).
Reading knowledge of French or German preferred.
Ability to meet consistent attendance.
Ability to interact with colleagues, supervisors, and customers face to face.
General office working environment. No adverse conditions.
In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Case Western Reserve University provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity at 216-368-8877 to request a reasonable accommodation. Determinations as to granting reasonable accommodations for any applicant will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Senior Curator And Program Manager
Senior Curator and Program Manager
In collaboration with the HUBweek team, design guidelines for HUBweek community curation and management to optimize our core audience’s experience with HUBweek
Co-develop and execute the outreach strategy to identify and target core audience members to join the HUBweek community and attend HUBweek
Be the eyes and ears on the ground – identify trends, topics, tactics that HUBweek should consider integrating into our programming or practices based on community input
Raise the profile of HUBweek amongst this core audience by attending and participating in conferences, seminars and other events
Develop and maintain positive, respectful and valuable relationships with the Greater Boston innovation community
Program Management & Experience Design
Design and execute a first-of-its-kind experience for HUBweek’s core audience–in 2018 this will take the shape of a “Change Maker Conference” – a 2-day non-traditional format conference experience designed to bring together people who are actively changing the world
Responsible for bringing the team vision for this experience to life and for delivering an exceptional experience to all attendees
Liaise and collaborate with internal team members to maintain regular and clear communication on planning efforts
Collaborate and manage stakeholders, external partners and producers to develop program abstracts, runs of show and meet other production needs to ensure all aspects of the event run flawlessly
Develop your own timelines, budget and processes to keep planning and programming running smoothly
Manage outreach and coordination of any speakers and participants, ensuring that they have all of the necessary information in a timely manner
Skills & Qualifications
Minimum five years proven experience in event production, public program design, experience design, project management or related role
You’re an experienced project manager with strong attention to detail. You get things done.
You’ve got some event organizing experience and/or significant exposure to professional events
You’re connected to the innovation and/or creative industries
You thrive under pressure and in sometimes ambiguous situations
You share a deep passion and belief in this mission
You’re a team player and most importantly, you are kind
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Curator Of The Western History Collections
Reporting to the Associate Dean for Special Collections, University Libraries, the Curator of the Western History Collections leads and directs the Western History Collections (WHC), with particular responsibility for outreach to scholarly and other communities, the development of programming and exhibits, and the continued growth of the collections through acquisitions via donation and purchase.The Curator is responsible for setting the strategic direction within WHC in accordance with OU Libraries' vision and mission as the intellectual commons of the university. The Curator will work collaboratively across OU Libraries, and with campus and external stakeholders to leverage knowledge, capacity, and expertise to further integrate the collections into the work of scholars, students, and community members. S/he will develop programs and initiatives that foster meaningful dialogues on campus and in the scholarly and heritage community and lead an active program of collecting to build on already significant holdings and to extend the range of resources for the study of the American West in WHC.
For more information about job opportunities at OU Libraries, we invite you to visit https://libraries.ou.edu/content/jobs-ou-libraries .
Required Education: Masters Degree or or equivalent combination of education/job related experience, AND:
- 24 months of experience in an archive, library, museum, research institute, or comparable organization.
Knowledge of the history, cultures, and geography of the American West.
Knowledge of research methodologies in the humanities.
Knowledge of practices and trends in the administration of special collections.
Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.
Strong analytical and organizational skills, including project management.
Experience developing and executing constituent-focused events, and in engaging both scholarly and public audiences.
Ability to work occasional nights and weekend events and travel as needed.
Advertised Physical Requirements:
- Frequent exposure to pressure caused by deadline and busy periods; may be required to lift, bend, stoop and carry; ability to engage in repetitive motions; grasp objects with fingers or hands; communicate, including expressing oneself or exchanging information with others.
Experience with fundraising and donor relations.
PhD with an emphasis on the American West.
Knowledge of the role of the university library within a research university.
Experience working in an academic environment.
Supervisory or team-lead experience.
Experience developing digital humanities projects or applying computational, visualization or other digital tools to historical resources or data.
Record of publication and service (professional and/or scholarly).
Knowledge of dealer and auction market for historical manuscripts and books.
Ability to assess and adopt emerging technologies that advance access, interpretation, and management of multi-format collections.
Supervision: Supervisor - Primary Role
If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Policy. To view the policy visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing.
Hiring contingent upon submission of official academic transcripts.
List of 3 professional references required.
Editorial Curator & Artist
GoDaddy powers the world's largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures. With nearly 17 million customers worldwide and over 75 million domain names under management, GoDaddy is the place people come to name their idea, build a professional website, attract customers and manage their work. Our mission is to give our customers the tools, insights and the people to transform their ideas and personal initiative into success. To learn more about the company visit www.GoDaddy.com.
We are searching for a socially-savvy person to curate stylistic and artistic high-impact beautiful content and preparing photos for publication. S/he will be responsible for content production and distribution of creative to all to key stakeholders, while working closely with the creative team and the Social Media VP.
In this role, S/he will be part of a unique group in Brand that creates storytelling and content around amazing entrepreneurs. S/he will work alongside our in-house photographer and photo editor and be part of a talented team, whose roles are focused on brand communications, photography and social media, working on high visibility projects.
Work alongside our photography team to prepare brand aligned imagery for publication
Serve as the company's brand steward across all social media platforms by supporting GoDaddy's focus on driving our brand pillars to differentiate us from the competition.
Adhere to photography style guides for photo to align with merchandising, marketing, and design partners on photo execution.
Collaborate between creative teams, including design, marketing, and web design.
Collaborate between international/regional teams to remain global first in photographic storytelling.
Edit/Make selects and size/crop photographs and present to creative and social teams.
Ensure photography shots are completed on time
Ensures that photographs are kept in good order and organized accordingly
Partners with GoDaddy and Brand Leadership, using expertise in visual communication and problem solving
Produce assigned projects on schedule and within assigned expenses.
Responsible for the editing, organizing and final selection of all assigned photography
Partner with Production Manager, Quality Control teams to ensure final images meet technical standards
Identify and recommend solutions to graphic problems in partnership with Designer team
Understand the GoDaddy brand and properly adhere to guidelines/requirements
Ensure the overall quality of deliverables, ensuring accurate and timely completion on multiple projects simultaneously and meet tight deadlines within established budgets
Partner with the in-house Copy, Design and Styling teams to bring to life a multitude of creative assets and present those assets to key stakeholders in a reasoned and articulate manner.
Present your team's photography to the broader creative leadership for constructive critique and aesthetic alignment.
Cultural awareness and sensitivity to land communications with a global audience.
Fanatical attention to detail and the organizational skills required to manage multiple projects and deliverables across many different teams and organizations
Desire for feedback and constructive criticism, and resilience and ability to respond to feedback constructively.
Ability to clearly and confidently represent brand within the organization
In-depth knowledge of Adobe creative suite
Proven understanding of brand strategy and brand tactics
Experience with various brand initiatives including positioning, naming, design, etc.
Experience creating and socializing brand guidelines documents
Deep understanding of visual storytelling on many digital mediums
Has experience in creating creative for social media
High-level expertise in constructing clean, layered files, and knowledge of creating and working with templates and style sheets
Proactive, appropriate and timely communication skills across department, agency and clients
Allocates time efficiently to the most important issues and completes work in a timely fashion
Holds high regard for personal performance and professional accountability
Adapts as needed to clients' needs, feedback and critiques
Can adjust and streamline priorities within multiple assignments to ensure all goals and objects are met or exceeded
GoDaddy is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of age, race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, medical condition, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, marital status or civil partnership/union status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, childbirth, genetic information, military and veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state or local law. GoDaddy will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with local and federal requirements.
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Job ID R002538
Curator Of Recorded Sound And Media
The Syracuse University Libraries' Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) seeks applications for a unique and exciting position as Curator of Recorded Sound and Media. The successful candidate will combine a passion for time-based media in all formats and genres with excellence in outreach and teaching with primary sources. Reporting to the Chief Curator of the SCRC, the Curator of Recorded Sound and Media will provide curatorial guidance for the audio, film, video, and born-digital collections across the SCRC including the Belfer Audio Archive and University Archives.
The Diane Arthur Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive was founded in 1963 with a collection of 150,000 recordings. Today the Belfer maintains equipment capable of playing back historical audio and media formats, preserves this media through systematic digitization, and provides students with access to these historical materials through its state-of-the-art classroom.
The original Belfer collection is now managed by the SCRC alongside the University's other rare and unique recorded sound and media holdings which now total over 300,000 items including formats from the earliest experimental recordings on tinfoil to modern digital media. As these media are increasingly utilized in instruction and research at Syracuse University, this position will support student, faculty, and scholarly engagement with the collections through hands-on instructional sessions, social media, and online platforms. The incumbent will actively contribute to the SCRC's annual program of collection-based exhibitions and events, which include listening parties, public lectures, performances, and workshops.
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