Project Archivist– Art, Design & Architecture Museum, UC Santa BarbaraPosted: January 22, 2014 | Author: seymoresarah | Filed under: Advice: Job Search, Archival Management, Archives, Art History, Cataloging, Metadata/Tagging, Opportunities: Job Postings, [ ArLiSNAP ] | Tags: Cataloging, History |Comments Off on Project Archivist– Art, Design & Architecture Museum, UC Santa Barbara
|Summary of Job Duties
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|Under the direction of the Curator of the Architecture and Design Collection, the Museum Scientist will serve as the Project Archivist for a one-year grant funded archival project.|
|Minimum Requirements||Candidate should have an M.L.I.S. degree or equivalent experience in archival cataloguing. Must be well organized and able to prioritize work to meet quarterly goals. Ability to write clearly and concisely is required. Must have some experience with collection management systems or online library catalogues.|
|Desirable Requirements||Knowledge of cataloguing rules (AACR2, DACS), controlled vocabularies, and authority control is highly desirable. Experience with Archivists’ Toolkit is desirable. Background in art and or architecture, cultural history is desired. Ability to read architectural plans will be an asset. Some knowledge of XML is desired.|
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