§ Master’s Degree in Library Science with a concentration in archives
§ Preferred degree in history
§ Minimum ten years’ archiving management experience
§ Able to establish, grow and advocate for the Company’s first official
§ Able to ensure the Archive is a living/ongoing resource for the
Company, its supporters, artists, academia, and the public
§ Serve as a key role in the preparation of the Company’s upcoming
§ Able to establish best practices for the evolving San Francisco
§ Familiar with all phases of archive management
§ Detailed understanding and experience with the most current
archival records management technology
§ Detailed knowledge of media records management and tools
§ Excellent familiarity with archiving software and tools
§ Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with all
artists, staff, public and volunteers in a professional,
collaborative, confidential manner
§ Serve as a key staff member of the Company.
§ Able to manage and direct the volunteer archive corps
§ Management and organizational skills, including the ability to work
independently, prioritize competing tasks, exercising good judgment
and the ability to thrive well in a fast-paced, rapidly changing
§ Excellent computer skills including strong familiarity with Microsoft
Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
along with Photoshop and archival software
§ Comprehensive knowledge of opera and classical performing
Job Postings: Copyright and Fair Use Librarian and Digital Repository Librarian, Texas A&M University, College Station, TXPosted: June 29, 2015
Required Qualifications for All Positions:
- American Library Association (ALA)-accredited Master’s degree (or international equivalent)
- Knowledge of open access, the research process, current issues in scholarly; communication, and the role of libraries and librarians in supporting scholarly practices;
- Experience designing, implementing, or managing an innovative project, program, or tool;
- Understanding or experience in documenting workflows and policies;
- Excellent written and oral communication skills;
- Strong customer service orientation, positive interpersonal skills, and ability to work in teams;
- Experience working successfully with individuals from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Desired Qualifications for Copyright/Fair Use Librarian:
- Coursework or work experience related to copyright, intellectual property rights, and fair use;
- Experience in teaching, instruction, and workshop design on copyright/fair use;
- Juris Doctorate or other law degree.
Desired Qualifications for Digital Repositories Librarian:
- Experience or training in managing and/or developing repositories and digital collections;
- Knowledge of scripting languages and/or XML.
Job Opening Title: Archive Assistant Intern
Institution/Organization Name: The Dennis Hopper Art Trust
Job Location (City, State, Province, Country): Hollywood, Ca, USA
Years of experience required: entry level okay
The Dennis Hopper Art Trust Archive is looking for 1-2 interns to work approximately 10 hours per week (Mondays & Wednesdays, 11am-4pm to start for training with Archivist). More hours are available if interested or needed for academic credit.
The DHAT Archive is in need of responsible and precise individuals to assist with archival data & image entry, photo research and scanning for import into a new Art and Archive database.
This position is available to begin immediately and will continue for the Summer semester. There is a possibility that the position can carry over to or begin again in the Fall for internship credit for the right candidate.
Contact Name: Jennifer Vanoni
Social and Digital Media Strategist, The Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton
Duties and Responsibilities
• Create manage and execute social media and online communications strategies and campaigns with clear and defined objectives and measurements
• Lead development of new online content by working with various AGA departments (Curatorial, Education, Shop, Art Rental); guide subject-matter experts to leverage, and adapt content for, social media outreach initiatives
• Manage, update and monitor the AGA’s social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. working with appropriate AGA team members to facilitate online conversations
• Manage AGA website content and search engine marketing; ensure up-to-date information; consistent messaging; adapting content based on promotional priorities and analytics
• Manage the AGA’s e-newsletter, including planning and compiling content, analyzing data and setting broadcast dates
• Work with the AGA’s Marketing & Communications team to integrate online communications into broader marketing plans; maintain consistent messaging and voice across platforms and seek out promotional and profile building opportunities
• Monitor, report on and make recommendations based on social media trends, responses to campaigns, user experience, etc.
• Liaise with external web company and manage retainer budget
• Produce or manage the production of multi-media content
Digital Initiatives and Scholarship Librarian, Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, AB
Responsibilities will include:
- collaborating with faculty, researchers and students to advance digital research initiatives and partnerships such as the Digital Scholars Lab, in conjunction with Digitization and Repository Services, Research Data and Visualization, Spatial and Numeric Data Services, the Copyright Office, the Prairie Regional Research Data Centre, liaison librarians and other subject specialists
- providing project planning and management, programming, and expertise for digital scholarship projects and participating as an active partner on project teams
- coordinating scholarly communication initiatives
- facilitating effective communication with the University community concerning LCR¿s digital initiatives and services
- participating in professional and campus initiatives involving new and emerging models of digital scholarship and scholarly communication
- identifying relevant best practices and standards in digital scholarship technologies
- supporting the development of the knowledge and understanding of scholarly communication issues to assist LCR colleagues with their participation in, and support of, digital scholarship projects
- tracking current issues and trends in digital scholarship and scholarly communication and promoting awareness among colleagues
Museum and Archives Specialist, Royal Roads University Library, Victoria, BC
Reporting to the University Librarian, you will bring expertise to the Library team and support the university by providing professional services and advice in the management of both the Museum and the University Archives. You will identify and apply appropriate standards and principles to accession, describe, conserve, house, and determine conditions of access to, and display of, museum and archival materials and collections. In addition you will provide reference service, interpretation, and expert advice for internal and external customers regarding the history of the campus and the lands on which it lies, liaise with units on campus and external donors to identify and select historical materials of enduring value to be retained or acquired, and bring museum and archival expertise to university groups and projects related to culture and heritage. You will promote access to the museum and archives in a number of ways, including through digitization initiatives and the development and stewardship of online services.
Job Posting: Manager, Conservation & Preservation, John M. Kelly Library, University of St. Michael’s College, University of TorontoPosted: June 18, 2015
Description and duties:
This position reports to the Head of Technical Services and is responsible for establishing, maintaining, and leading the conservation and preservation program for the circulating, rare book, and archival collections of the John M. Kelly Library and the University of St. Michael’s College Archives.
Duties and Responsibilities:
– Develops a new conservation laboratory
– Assesses and monitors collections and their physical spaces
– Determines and executes appropriate physical treatment of items
– Coordinates digitization for preservation initiatives in conjunction with other digitization initiatives
– Manages and train staff including full-time and part-time staff members, students and other assistants
– Uses performance management techniques to monitor and demonstrate achievement of agreed service levels and to lead on improvement
– Assists with Exhibit Program including advising on best practices for exhibits as well as creating mounting plinths
– Maintains Kelly Library Disaster Plan for the collections and provides leadership during emergency or disaster situations
– Collaborates with library staff from University of Toronto and other Colleges
– Establishes and maintains a record-keeping system
– Maintains supplies and equipment
– Participates in presentations about the Library’s Conservation and Preservation program
– Performs other conservation and preservation functions as requiredQualifications:
– Master’s degree
– Training in conservation and preservation of library and archival materials (including paper, film, cassettes, books, photographs, born-digital files, artefacts) through a formal training program or on-the-job experience
– Minimum of 2 years of conservation and preservation experience
– Minimum of 1 year supervisory experience
– In class teaching experience
– Familiarity with academic library procedures
– Ability to work effectively both independently or in a cooperative team environment
– Project management and leadership skills
– Experience with digitization processes and workflows for all formats of material
– Experience supervising students and staff
– Ability to be creative/innovative with limited resources
– Excellent verbal and written communication skills
– Accuracy and attention to detail
– Ability to lift 20 kg.
– Thorough knowledge and understanding of safe handling of hazardous material
– Workplace flexibilityCompensation:
The university offers a competitive salary of $60,000.00.Additional information :
This is a non-union (management) position of 35 hours per week.
Job Posting: Copyright and Open Access Assistant (YCW Position), Ryerson University Library and Archives, TorontoPosted: June 18, 2015
Ryerson University Library and Archives is currently seeking a Copyright and Open Access Assistant to aid with the creation of two subject specific LibGuides and well as the updating of Scholarly Communication and Copyright webpages. As well the successful candidate would expected to assist with updating transactional permissions in the University copyright database. The primary objective of this project is to create two new detailed, rich and informative LibGuides, one that focuses on Copyright and one that focuses on Scholarly Communication issues. Both will act as a core resource for information about copyright and scholarly communication at Ryerson University, and be useful for both faculty and students. These are new resources. The Copyright LibGuide will deal with issues of: instructor copyright compliance at the University including E-Reserves, student copyright information, copyright basics, fair dealing and other copyright exceptions, copyright exceptions, and copyright-free and Creative Commons resources that can be used in teaching and by students (open educational resources). The Scholarly Communication LibGuide will include an overview of Open Access, information of the Ryerson Digital Repository, the Open Access Author Fund, self-archiving strategies, predatory open access journals, basics of bibliometrics, author publishing agreements, the Tri-Council Open Access policy, open access journals (green versus gold), and an Open Access Resource reading list. As well the student will also work in the ARES database (the university copyright system for E-Reserves and the Bookstore).
Duties are performed under the direction of the Copyright and Scholarly Engagement Librarian and in consultation with various subject librarians including the Digital Initiatives Librarian.
The successful candidate will work with subject librarians and the copyright technician to create two subject specific, dense, and multifaceted research guides using LibGuides. The successful applicant will use their communication, writing, research, editorial and organizational skills to create these guides. As well the student will assist in updating permission records in the University permission database.Qualifications:
Applicants will be in an upper year student in a professional librarian program or a student in their 2nd year of a Library Technician program.
They should know the Microsoft Office suite and Google applications.
Some familiarities with the creation of research guide, preferably LibGuides would be an asset. Permission management experience would also be desirable in the candidate.Compensation:
$21.00/hour plus benefitsAdditional information :
This is a temporary full time position with the duration of 10 weeks ending on Sept. 4th, 2015.