Under the supervision of the Archivist, the Project Archivist will manage a grant-supported project that focuses on preserving at-risk audio-visual materials through digitization. This will include planning and managing the digitization of those materials by others, the implementation of a digital asset management system (DAM) for the archives, and the transfer of digital media files to the DAM. All project materials will be catalogued into the archives’ existing ArchivesSpace database and records will be linked with the DAM. Planning for sustainable solutions for the management and preservation of digital files, ensuring access to these resources, and documentation of the project itself, are critical components of this work.
• Required: Formal training and professional experience–in a museum, library or archives setting–with digital archives and digital preservation • Preferred: Master’s Degree or Master’s level certificate in archives from an accredited program, with at least one year of professional experience directly related to the described responsibilities. Will consider applicant’s with Bachelor’s level training in museum studies, material culture, public history, digital collections, or related fields, with significant professional experience directly related to the described responsibilities