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via NYFA.ORG

Orchestra Librarian
The Juilliard School
(New York NY)
This is a 42-week/year position, end of August through mid-June

Responsibilities:

• Assist the Principal Orchestra Librarian with the professional level preparation of all college large ensemble music, including pagination and distribution of practice parts, as well as marking bowings, cuts and edits as requested by conductors as needed

• At the direction of the Assistant Dean for Orchestral Studies, the Director of Orchestral and Ensemble Operations, and in conjunction with the Principal Orchestra Librarian, manage Orchestra Library presence at any reading, rehearsal, or performance at which large ensembles are present, ensuring the support of conductors, ensemble members, and administrative staff as needed

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via FRICK.ORG

Web Archiving Program Coordinator
The New York Art Resources Consortium [NYARC], NYC
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

The New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC), consisting of the libraries of The Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and The Frick Collection, seeks an experienced information professional to coordinate a two-year grant-funded program to expand and improve its program for collecting and archiving web content of specialist art resources. The new program is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and is administered by and based at the Frick Collection. Reporting to the Primary Investigator of the grant, the Web Archiving Program Coordinator will work closely with NYARC Directors and key staff to create and document effective workflow procedures for a program to capture, manage, and describe web content in five areas of focus that have been chosen to correspond with analog collection strengths.  The coordinator will be responsible for managing subscriptions with Archive-It, Duracloud, and other outside partners to manage the lifecycle of the NYARC web collection, including selection, capture, quality control, description and access, and preservation.

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