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Detroit, MI
Assistant Archivist
Detroit, MI
Lubowitz-Crist
Detroit, MI
Assistant Archivist
  • Compile quarterly archival & non-archival supply request from colleagues and submit to Manager for review. Place orders for supplies upon Manager approval
  • Provide public services for the department, including reference guidance, class presentations and public outreach
  • Assist Archivist with donation pick-ups
  • Assists with incoming research requests, both internal and external
  • Assist in preparing displays of collection materials, both in real and virtual exhibition spaces
  • Digitally photograph and scan archival materials to create high quality digital images to be used in publications, online presentations, or other purposes by both Archives staff and patrons
  • Assist Manager and Archivist in working with Universal Pictures Feature Assets and Universal Television Production Services to acquire items for Archives & Collections. Assist Manager and Archivist with 1 television production asset request and 1 film asset request per year
Dallas, TX
Archivist
Dallas, TX
Schultz, Hahn and Lockman
Dallas, TX
Archivist
  • Perform archival management activities using collections management databases, such as ArchivesSpace and CONTENTdm
  • Working with Special Collections Manager and Archives Coordinator, establishes priorities for archival processing projects
  • Assist in outreach efforts; assisting researchers and planning and executing exhibits to inform staff of the Bank’s history
  • Create and maintain procedures to ensure the consistency of asset workflow between departments
  • Manage and provide relevant information for image requests from publishers
  • Researches potential manuscript acquisitions and makes recommendations to Special Collections Manager and collections acquisition committee
  • Assist the Division Director to develop, update, and implement divisional policies and procedures
present
Dallas, TX
Senior Archivist
Dallas, TX
Stoltenberg, Halvorson and Klocko
present
Dallas, TX
Senior Archivist
present
  • Monitor use and procure archive supplies (filing cabinets, shelving, and storage containers) using established procedures
  • Oversee the indexing and archiving of current content; recognize gaps in content both in terms of content quality and consistency over time
  • Work with employee volunteers who will support the research, cataloging and archiving initiative
  • Conform to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Good Laboratory Practice Regulations (GLP)
  • Ensure that departmental equipment is maintained in good working condition and that departmental area(s) are maintained in a clean and orderly condition
  • Maintain and update SOPs relating to the archives
  • Establish a guideline for historical content and artifacts for ongoing collection of corporate history
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
University of California, San Diego
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
Skills Skills
  • Solid knowledge of and passion for cinema history
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Organizational skills including attention to detail, discretion, and ability to meet deadlines
  • Demonstrate trace record for engagement with various constituencies, internally and externally, with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge and experience in archival preservation processes and management of all archival materials; project management
  • Ability to physically engage with the collection, including lifting up to 40 pounds and using ladders and step stools
  • Working knowledge of descriptive and metadata encoding standards: EAD, MARC 21, DACS, Dublin Core, MODS, XML
  • Experience with and content management systems for Archives, such as Archon, Archivists’ Toolkit, or CONTENTdm, and institutional repositories (e.g., Fedora)
  • Knowledge of audio recording equipment, history, and formats, including 78-rpm discs, magnetic tape, and LPs
  • Understanding of archival reference, which includes a broad knowledge of resources outside the Agency
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Assistant Archivist, Archives Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides historical information verification, proofreading, fact-checking, and general historian-like faculties to TWDC employees and TWDC guests
  • Provide historical writing and text for both internal and external (guest facing) publications
  • Work with project leads and Disney Legal Department to ensure guest-facing writing and informational work is accurate and adheres to TWDC styles and standards
  • Responsible for working with (cataloguing, updating, etc.) the Archives’ art, article, document, book, insignia, publication, and corporate information collections
  • Provide historical writing and text for both internal and external (guest facing) exhibits and historical displays
  • Act as guest-facing spokesperson for in-exhibit questions and guest interaction
  • 3 year minimum experience working in a museum or library environment
  • Working knowledge of FileMaker Pro, Adobe Photoshop, and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Bachelor's Degree in English or History or related field
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Digital Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide day-to-day and long-range administrative oversight of the DAMS. Actively track trends in DAMS use and needs, and act accordingly
  • Spend significant time with individuals and departments to
  • Conduct needs assessments and inventories of digital assets
  • Develop, implement, and support sustainable practices for the digital asset lifecycle, using the DAMS to greatest potential
  • Create archive file structure for each asset group to best accommodate end users, content, and marketing needs. Develop taxonomy and document archival protocols
  • Ensure desired level of good metadata, including rights status, is present for assets in system
  • Establish metadata workflows for digital resources in a variety of formats, including text and cover files, video files, art/graphics, reprint files, logos, fonts, pdfs, and application files with all links
  • Establish processes and procedures for creating, file-naming, managing, describing, searching and sharing digital assets
  • In close partnership with IT, ensure reliability and security of the DAMS as well as plan for system customizations, upgrades, integrations, testing and maintenance. Play a key role in vendor communications and management
  • Oversee migration of assets from existing systems to new DAMS
  • Provide hands-on training and support for DAMS users
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Previous experience working in media library
  • Demonstrated knowledge of metadata
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Process Improvement and/or Quality Control methodology
  • Previous experience gathering complex data from multiple sources
  • 3-5 years of experience working with video, film, and sound formats
  • Six Sigma Preferred
  • College Degree or working equivalent
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • College diploma or the equivalent
  • Solid knowledge of French and French grammar
  • Know a lot about sports
  • Good understanding of computers
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Assistant Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Accession all acquired assets into IDEA database within 24 hours of arrival at Archives & Collections. Create Temp Items for all unprocessed TV & Feature accessions within 48 hours of arrival for small accessions (typical Features) and within 2 weeks for large (Franchise Features/TV) accessions
  • Physically process and re-house all Feature & Television 3-D object and textile assets in preparation for cataloguing by Archivist – Cataloguing & Exhibit Coordination. Physically process, catalog and rehouse all 2D production records
  • Assist Manager and Archivist in working with Universal Pictures Feature Assets and Universal Television Production Services to acquire items for Archives & Collections. Assist Manager and Archivist with 1 television production asset request and 1 film asset request per year
  • Assist in supervision and training of temporary and intern on proper processing, cataloguing & re-housing the 3-D & textile production collections
  • Compile quarterly archival & non-archival supply request from colleagues and submit to Manager for review. Place orders for supplies upon Manager approval
  • Bachelor’s degree in history/public history, archival administration, museum studies, library & information science, or equivalent. Knowledge of the Entertainment Industry preferred
  • Experience using word processing, spreadsheet, database and digital imaging software
  • Manual dexterity to handle fragile collections, and ability to lift awkwardly shaped containers required. Ability to handle physical exhibit installations in challenging spaces
  • Detail oriented person, with strong organizational skills
  • Good communication and writing skills are required, as is the ability to be a self-starter that works independently
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World Renowned Portrait Photographer Seeking Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organizing and digitizing the existing physical archive including prints, negatives, books, and other ephemera
  • Primary contact regarding all gallery relations and fine art print sales
  • Managing and facilitating all fine art print production
  • Archiving current jobs and all associated materials
  • Maintaining studio supplies
  • Managing post-production, lining up retouchers and delivering final art, liaise between photographer and retouchers during post-production
  • Recruiting and managing a team of interns in complex, multi-phase projects
  • Maintaining FileMaker records and inventories
  • Primary contact regarding all syndication requests
  • Managing studio’s social media presence
  • Assisting the studio staff as necessary
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Registrar / Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum degree in related field
  • Must have experience at a professional gallery
  • A passion for meticulous detail
  • Keen interest and knowledge in contemporary art
  • A friendly, positive, professional manner
  • Proactive and ability to work both independently and as part of a small team
  • Proficient in Mac, Photoshop and Adobe Creative Suite, inventory & database systems
  • Experience with new media and internet platforms a plus
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintaining / updating gallery website and inventory database
  • Manage and provide relevant information for image requests from publishers
  • Creating / archiving installation shots for each exhibition / art fair
  • 2 years handling works of art, preferably photographs
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Sound Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Audio asset management of SFX, Music and Dialog
  • SFX library management
  • Recording, editing and processing of scratch dialog
  • Processing and mastering of scratch & production dialog
  • Play test demo setup/recording
  • Interface with internal and external audio creators, sound designers, music composers, and dialogue producers
  • Minimum 3+ years working sound design for video games
  • Creative problem solving ability
  • Must have a passion for game development
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced iterative environment
  • Must be able to work effectively in a collaborative team environment
  • Experience doing audio editing
  • Experience working with various audio codecs and audio compression
  • Expertise with Shotgun and Soundminer
  • Agile and Waterfall development methodologies
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Archivist / Digital Asset Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working with asset creators across different departments to ensure archival workflow is followed and organizational mistakes are corrected before archiving
  • Archiving files and physical prints produced for photography, creative, retouching, and restoration
  • Organizing project files on the server and following protocols for how jobs are archived
  • Confirming all data is properly and redundantly copied to the archive and archive backups
  • Keeping track of content archived across local and offsite storage systems
  • Monitoring the health and integrity of archived files across two unique storage systems
  • Performing biweekly and quarterly backups
  • Ensuring there is always an appropriate amount of working space on the server
  • Conducting all archive related projects and image research
  • Updating internal database catalogs, websites, and portfolios with images and image metadata
  • Coordinating image syndication with Trunk Archive
  • Researching new software and technology to keep company’s archive current
  • Improving the interdepartmental archiving protocols, helping company establish a new workflow for the creative services team
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Corporate Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop a standard classification system for the archives and arrange material for efficient access to meet customer requests
  • Develop and implement strategies for electronic storage and retrieval of archived materials
  • Develop and implement strategies for standard archival preservation procedures
  • Serve as an expert member of teams planning displays, commemorating anniversaries, or preparing written or media materials concerning Caterpillar's history
  • Develop policies concerning solicitation and donation of materials, photographs and artifacts to be included in the collection
  • Promote the corporate archives within the company
  • Respond to inquiries from external and internal customers by providing research or copies of materials contained in the archives
  • Respond to requests from Corporate Affairs and other internal communicators to provide historical information and/or assets that support media inquiries and the development of internal or external communications
  • Masters Degree from an Accredited Institution
  • 3-5 years experience with management of digital assets or archival work
  • Good communication skills (oral and written)
  • Knowledge of various Caterpillar policies, procedures, and practices
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Archivist Sportscentre, Unifor M Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organize and maintain the archive system for sports production
  • Write accurate and comprehensive shot lists for archival footage
  • Ensure archival footage is maintained and readily accessible
  • Train students/interns in archive procedures
  • Provide general assistance in the newsroom
  • Direct production staff on an ongoing basis to utilize archives
  • Ensure all library material are properly maintained
  • Compile and provide archival footage as required and directed
  • University/College education in broadcasting or journalism, or equivalent work experience
  • 1 to 3 years of demonstrated editorial, journalistic and production skills
  • Thorough sports knowledge
  • Proven strength in packaging sports highlights
  • Demonstrated writing skills
  • Demonstrated creativity
  • Strong TV Production knowledge
  • Familiarity with all television formats, past and present
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure
  • Able to work night shifts and weekends
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Archivist / Registrar Resume Examples & Samples

  • Creating / managing the image production for all artworks
  • Collect, organize, file, and properly archive all literature and other documentation related to the gallery artists (i.e. clip articles, create email-ready PDFs, maintain and digitize press kits)
  • Creating / managing condition reports / images for each report for each artwork
  • Creating / maintaining Bruce Silverstein Gallery Archive (hardcopy and digital)
  • Responsible for updates to Artnet
  • Organizing / maintaining gallery's shared hard drive
  • 2 years in similar role at a gallery or museum
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • A degree in Art History or related field and an active Interest in Contemporary art and art galleries
  • Several years experience in a New York gallery or institution
  • Fluency with full Adobe Creative Suite (CS6)
  • Understanding of Artbase/Filemaker Pro
  • Fluency in Mac computers and Microsoft Office suite and knowledge of filemaker based inventory programs
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Data Control Specialist / Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Analyst
  • E-business
  • Environment, Health & Safety
  • Internal Audit
  • International Trade Compliance
  • Legal
  • Management
  • Program Manager
  • Supply Chain Management
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Researcher & Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Excellent attention to detail and proofreading
  • Ability to be flexible, resourceful, fast but thorough, and work well under pressure
  • Highly dependable and organized
  • Must be flexible and occasionally work additional hours as necessary
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Photoshop, Filemaker (a plus)
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Research Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Monitor press on galleries, artists, and exhibitions both online and in print
  • Maintain digital and physical archives, including press binders
  • Write press releases, edit catalogs
  • Maintain artist exhibition history on gallery website, databases and exhibition catalogs
  • Research, manage and update literature and exhibition history on artists
  • Request and order books and catalogs and all pertinent publications and literature on artists
  • General research and special projects as needed
  • Strong research skills
  • Bachelors degree in Art History, Masters degree preferred
  • Knowledge and exposure in modern and contemporary art
  • MS Office: Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint (and Mac equivalents)
  • Databases: artsystems, artbinder
  • Services: Dropbox, YouSendIt, WeTransfer
  • Social media: Facebook, Google+ Twitter, Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, various blogging platforms, Flickr, Vimeo, Youtube, Delicious, Bitly, Wikipedia
  • Mass email software: Mail Chimp
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Video Archivist & Post Production Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversees the collection, management and transfer area that consists of racks of broadcast video equipment, a content management system and staff that operate all of the systems. Administers educational, instructional and/or reference materials collection(s). Ensures the integrity of tapes in the archive. Oversees preservation projects concerning tapes in the archive. Provides services for patrons
  • Provides leadership, guidance and direction to staff and/or student workers within unit, as assigned. Schedules and assigns work and sets priorities. Demonstrates techniques, equipment or procedures to others. Trains employees as needed
  • Oversees the design and development of information systems. Defines the needs and oversees the development and/or modification and integration of software and/or software tools for the collection. Troubleshoots a system that is down. Ensures compliance with department and university policies
  • Defines equipment needs. Selects special collection items or equipment for purchase
  • Oversees the fulfillment of access requests and responds to requests for information concerning the collection. Determines how to handle problematic requests and/or the cost for a particular access request. Inventories collection; reconciles and organizes data and reports concerning the location and condition of the collection. Uses accepted methods of protecting and preserving delicate documents, and video and digital materials
  • Modifies and implements operational procedures for the collection. Interprets policies and procedures
  • Gathers facts and figures to develop a budget. Provides projections as appropriate
  • Receives, inventories, catalogs and shelves or stores all new acquisitions according to professional standards
  • Stays informed of new developments and technologies
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Lead Film Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree in a related field OR 2-3 years experience working in an archive
  • Proficiency with Filemaker Pro
  • Understanding of digital archiving system
  • Knowledge of asset conversion process into digital archiving system
  • Demonstrates ability to properly manage time
  • Maintain confidentiality and security
  • Must be able to work independently, and be a self-starter
  • Ability to thrive in a remote environment
  • Excellent interpersonal, and communication skills (both oral and written)
  • Ability to adapt to dynamic communication styles and operate in a diplomatic manner and with maturity
  • Strict attention to detail and high degree of accuracy
  • Demonstrates clear understanding that confidentiality is a top priority for all Lucasfilm employees
  • Previous film handling experience
  • Previous rare printed material & paper handling experience
  • Experience with museum or archive databases other than FileMaker Pro
  • Familiarity with audio and video formats
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Corporate Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • The role reports into the US Archives Manager. Guidance and support is also provided by the Global Head of Archives and the wider Archives team. But in a small local unit of 2 FTE the jobholder is often working with a high degree of authority and professional judgment
  • The jobholder must have a first degree and a post-graduate qualification in Archives Management (or a related discipline such as Information Management/Library Studies - with specialism in Archives)
  • The jobholder will possess at least 2 years’ experience in Archives Management; preferably with some time spent in a corporate Archive
  • Must possess excellent communication and customer service skills. Must be able to represent HSBC in professional forums such as the Society of American Archivists
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Exhibition Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Tracking all aspects of the Archives collection used for exhibitions within our Filemaker Pro Exhibition, Archives and Maquette Databases
  • Handling of artwork + ephemera including: retrieval, valuation, condition reporting, flagging for preservation, rotation, and conservation review
  • Working with production staff and archivists to caption artwork
  • Facilitating the creation of maquettes for exhibitions, etc. requests
  • Management of digital files created as part of the exhibitions process
  • Participating in the installation/deinstallation of internal and external exhibitions, as a representative of the Archives charged with the care and well-being of the Archives collection
  • Traveling domestically + internationally, as needed, for external exhibitions work
  • Working with the archivists to assist in the daily operation of the department and responding when support is needed
  • Handling all maquette WRs
  • 3-5 years relevant experience in museums and/or archives; art background preferred
  • Fluency in Filemaker Pro
  • Extremely organized and accurate; detail-oriented, meticulous, and conscientious in following through on assigned tasks; flexible and resourceful; extremely reliable and dependable; discreet with sound judgment
  • Experience in arrangement and description of visual, as well as textual, collections
  • Knowledge of processing practices for archival collections
  • Familiarity with conservation protocol
  • Excellent people skills, with strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team
  • Valid California driver’s license required, as well as access to a car
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Digital Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Creates and sets workflow standards for cataloging and ingestion of assets
  • Responsible for metadata accuracy and policy guideline adherence
  • Design and configure future production metadata models, while maintaining current system
  • Create and maintain the integrity of the ARL-TGM (Thesaurus of Graphic Materials), add new terms and review existing terms
  • Responsible for acquiring and maintaining knowledge of state of the art information collection and retrieval technologies for digital assets, including search engines, query methods, metadata assignment and extraction methods, etc., in order to research and implement new systems and protocols
  • Create reports and queries from ARL and production databases, for senior management review
  • Must follow in-house procedures for handling original artwork
  • A BS degree and a minimum of 3 years of equivalent work experience (MLS is highly desirable) in digital archiving and/or library science
  • Working knowledge of trends in arrangement, description & management of digitally born materials in archival collections is critical
  • Knowledge of metadata standards such as Dublin Core, METS, EAD, and PREMIS
  • Familiarity with OAIS standards, TRAC principles, and best practices in assessment of needs and development of workflows in digital preservation strategies to aid in policy creation and governance
  • Strong technical skills: format validation and conversion methods, data integrity techniques and technologies, long term storage planning, and digital asset management systems
  • Ability to automate and script tasks to aid in managing large sets of records and files; proficiency in Unix shell scripting, SQL, Python, and HTML is required
  • QC record metadata on a regular basis to ensure policy compliance
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills are a must
  • Appreciation of, and interest in, animation and art history is highly desired
  • Strong knowledge of digital formats related to animation production desired
  • Highly organized, efficient and detail oriented
  • Knowledge of Disney animation history, and an understanding of the animation process
  • Familiarity with proper art and paper handling techniques
  • Membership in industry trade organizations (ALA, SAA, SLA, Siggraph, etc.)
  • Bachelors of Science/BS Degree
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Videographer / Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Establish and maintain overall look and feel for all live-action productions
  • Plan, setup and operate various production equipment including cameras, audio and lighting for on-location and in-studio productions
  • Direct additional crew for larger productions
  • Maintain organized equipment inventory
  • Shoot all major corporate events, announcements, milestones. Primarily this will focus on our San Francisco office but will occasionally require travel to other offices/locations around the country
  • Capture still photography on-location and in-studio
  • Maintain organized, searchable database of archival footage and stills
  • Occasional, basic video editing depending on department’s current project load
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Assistant, Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Review audio and transcribe (transcriptions will be used for metadata entry to archive database)
  • Transferring and entering metadata
  • Saving audio and metadata to Archiving database
  • Interfacing with Programming staff when needed
  • Bachelor's degree preferred
  • Previous internship experience within radio or related field preferred
  • Excellent computer skills including Microsoft office suite
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Senior Metadata Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Create new records and complete record cataloging for Xytech (GATOR) and Digital End-To-End (DETE) systems
  • Audit existing records and records created by other entities to resolve data errors for Xytech (GATOR) and Digital End-To-End (DETE) systems
  • Liaise with all departments necessary to obtain data for production and marketing assets (credits, scripts, closed captioning, subtitling files, etc.) for all productions
  • Locate materials in order to source related metadata for input into systems, always checking for accuracy and correct spelling
  • Assist with special research projects; including assisting the Servicing Group and other divisions on asset availability
  • Recommend metadata best practices for managing records across Xytech (GATOR) and Digital End-To-End (DETE) systems
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Music Production Archivist Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Mac OS – advanced
  • Unix OS – ability to navigate through terminal shells using basic commands
  • Pro Tools – proficient
  • Music background
  • Knowledge of legacy analog and digital audio recording formats
  • Desire to learn current and historical production methodologies
  • Attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Library Sciences beneficial
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Image / Video Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Gather and organize all photo, video and art assets used in specified NGP publications along with relevant contracts and releases
  • Create database records with baseline metadata linking individual assets to assigned projects
  • Provide a globally searchable record of published projects along with associated legal documents
  • Resize and convert digital media files as necessary and load into digital asset management system
  • Allow image files to be immediately accessible across the organization
  • Review various contracts related to visual assets to determine publication and licensing rights available
  • Provide important information regarding legal issues involved in republication or other use of assets allowing for efficient reuse of assets
  • Experience with photo or video file manipulation
  • Strong reading, writing, and oral skills
  • Must have the capacity to learn NGP’s digital asset management systems
  • Basic Photoshop required
  • Must be able to read and interpret photo and video contracts
  • Candidates MUST provide both a resume AND cover letter to be considered
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Metadata Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Create new records and complete record cataloging for Xytech (GATOR) and Digital-End-to-End (DETE) systems
  • Audit existing records and records created by other entities to resolve data errors for Xytech (GATOR) and Digital-End-to-End (DETE) systems
  • Research: Liaise with all departments necessary to obtain data for production and marketing assets (credits, scripts, closed captioning, subtitling files, etc.) for all productions
  • Research: Locate materials in order to source related metadata for input into systems, always checking for accuracy and correct spelling
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Collections & Exhibitions Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administer the process for documenting all loans such as loan agreements, facility reports, COIs, condition reports, and pro forma invoices
  • Performs all logistics for outgoing loans, including but not limited to handling, packing, shipping, insurance, preparation, courier responsibilities, security, condition reporting, and install/de-install planning and coordination
  • Communicates and coordinates loan details effectively with a variety of parties – including Lucasfilm and Disney employees, external borrowing institutions, vendors, and art shipping companies
  • Performs permanent collection registration and collections management tasks as objects are acquired from production including assigning accession numbers, cataloguing, database management, preventative conservation and packing for storage
  • Monitors the environmental conditions and assists in the space planning of local gallery rooms and storage facilities
  • Assists in the development and records maintenance of FileMaker Pro and proprietary collection management database systems
  • Participates in the creation of collection development and loan policies and procedures
  • Fulfills research queries and material requests for internal departments
  • Master's degree in museum studies, public history, or related subject
  • Minimum three years of museum registration or collections management experience
  • Expert knowledge in best practices and standards for art handling and preventative care; Experience with textile collections preferred
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Detail-oriented and flexible to a changing production schedule
  • Must have a valid passport and driver’s license and be willing to travel
  • Proficient on both PC and Mac with extensive experience with museum and archive collection management systems
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ATV Digital Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Archive completed ATV projects to LTO tape
  • Catalogue archival tape library
  • Check asset inventories; reconcile and consolidate metadata to maintain accuracy and consistency of information within the DMS platform
  • Assist with implementation and monitoring of data governance and processes
  • Work cross­departmentally with Content Operations to manage efforts to preserve, describe and make accessible archival materials
  • Assist Content Operations with documenting policies, procedures and workflows for managing digital collections and communicating policies to company staff
  • Assist DMS Manager with metadata modeling, data migration, quality control and testing of systems as needed
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Associate Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Degree in Archival Sciences or Library & Information Sciences or equivalent work with 1-3 years of business experience
  • Training in archival or records management preservation & conservation
  • Knowledge of emerging trends in archival processing
  • Knowledge of specialized Archival software, hardware and desktop software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Bilingual in French & English
  • Good inter-personal skills
  • Experience with identification & management of confidential and other sensitive documents
  • Good relationship skills
  • Archival skills in preservation & handling of delicate materials to industry standards
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Video Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Review and preserve audiovisual content from Sony’s film and video collection, to identify highest quality sources
  • Create, store and share digitized raw video files to be put to use later by Legacy A&R and Content teams
  • Study asset database to gather ideas for further scrutiny, and update data to reflect newly discovered information
  • Meet regularly with Legacy planning teams to coordinate advance preparation of video for cross-platform use
  • Prioritize a range of projects, often several at once, to assist in marketing, new release, and documentary projects
  • To an unusual degree, this position demands someone highly capable of working alone AND able to interact and communicate closely with others, often juggling tasks under time pressure
  • Strong consideration will be given to applicants with at least two years’ experience of: digital video capture and organization; hands-on use of older playback machines such as D2 and 1”; video editing; digital archiving
  • The Video Archivist will maintain a careful eye on our older-format video playback machines, to ensure good operational condition
  • The position will work closely with our Digital Archives and IT groups to apply and uphold metadata standards for long term digital storage
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Assistant Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists with archival historical research tasks for various divisions of the Walt Disney Company
  • Assists with incoming research requests, both internal and external
  • Works with in-person researchers on the Archives premises as directed
  • Assists the Archivists with the categorizing and filing of assets
  • Assists the Archivists with proofreading documents and manuscripts
  • Scans archival materials and artwork
  • Assists in the development and coordination of archival exhibits as assistance is needed
  • Assists as needed with Walt Disney Archives tours and presentations
  • 2+ years’ experience working in an archive or library environment
  • An extreme attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Knowledge of Walt Disney Company and it’s history
  • Movie studio-based archive experience, especially management of documents, media, photography, artwork and other assets
  • Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, & Keynote and or Powerpoint a plus
  • Quick learner with ability to take direction, work under pressure and operate as part of a team
  • Proven ability to successfully prioritize and handle multiple tasks
  • High sense of responsibility because of the need to safeguard valuable and confidential Archives materials
  • Ability to deal effectively with guests
  • Strong verbal and written skills
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Film Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Masters degree in a related field OR 2-3 years experience working in an archive
  • Ability to thrive in remote team environment, and excels at collaborating with internal and external stakeholders to gain insight into the larger organizational goals and strategies
  • Proficiency with Filemaker Pro and MS Excel
  • Excellent at working independently on tasks requiring strict attention-to-detail and a high degree of accuracy and sensitivity to confidentiality
  • Ability to provide own transportation to and from work
  • Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills in administrative environment
  • Familiarity with Lucasfilm Ltd. productions strongly preferred
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Senior Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Establish a digital and physical archive using clear and appropriate archiving standards and methods
  • Establish a guideline for historical content and artifacts for ongoing collection of corporate history
  • Determine and implement the appropriate system/practices to maintain the archive
  • Oversee the indexing and archiving of current content; recognize gaps in content both in terms of content quality and consistency over time
  • Work with employee volunteers who will support the research, cataloging and archiving initiative
  • Degree in library science or history; master’s preferred
  • At least 3 years experience as an archivist or similar position
  • Good communication and collaboration skills
  • Ability to work independently and make recommendations and decisions based on expertise and experience
  • Ability and willingness to go outside of comfort zone to learn new things, gain experience in new areas
  • Self-motivated with strong desire to learn
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Senior Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Review and build working knowledge of all current finding aids (digital and analog) that pertain to the collection. Where lacking, bring standardization and consistency to finding aids; particularly analog finding aids. Recommend, create, and execute work plans for back-up systems to analog finding aids. (30%)
  • Maintain photographic archival collections in accord with archival industry standards for environmental needs, arrangement and description, and preservation and conservation protocols. Analyze database and other finding aids for greater intellectual control over collection. Standardize, improve, and enhance metadata in analog finding aid. Identify new platforms and tools that may maintain and improve access the collections (30%)
  • Broadly support research/reference services as may be needed to NGS and NGP. Work with NGS and NGP staff members on exhibitions, educational and public programs, content development etc. and identify photo archives collection materials to be used in such programs. Work with other collections areas for bridge information gaps between collections. (15%)
  • Develop and perform outreach activities relating to the photo archives and working in collaboration with other collection areas, prepare condition and assessment reports, identify priorities for preservation and conservation attention, and identify areas of particular strength and importance within the collection. Review and make recommendations for donation of photographic materials from outside parties. (10%)
  • Work with Director of Archives and Research to create a long-term plan for preservation, maintenance of and accessibility to the collections. (15%)
  • Relevant training or experience in cataloging and metadata creation in a library or museum
  • An understanding of controlled vocabularies and current standards for Library of Congress subject headings and classifications. Understanding of current cataloging and technical trends in collections management
  • Knowledge of past photographic processes and techniques and the preservation needs and challenges associated with them. Knowledge of fine art preservation and conservation needs and protocols
  • Ability to work effectively in both a team environment and independently
  • Strong service orientation and awareness of end user needs for exhibitions, publishing, and other product/content uses
  • Strong organizational skills, high level of concentration, and attention to detail
  • Strong communication skills, enthusiastic, collaborative, creative
  • Must be able to lift/move/maneuver objects up to 40 lbs
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated experience processing and digitizing print, audio, and visual materials
  • Ability to physically engage with the collection, including lifting up to 40 pounds and using ladders and step stools
  • Working knowledge of descriptive and metadata encoding standards: EAD, MARC 21, DACS, Dublin Core, MODS, XML
  • Experience with and content management systems for Archives, such as Archon, Archivists’ Toolkit, or CONTENTdm, and institutional repositories (e.g., Fedora)
  • Knowledge of audio recording equipment, history, and formats, including 78-rpm discs, magnetic tape, and LPs
  • Awareness of current and emerging trends, best practices, and technologies in the preservation of audiovisual materials
  • Understanding of copyright issues as related to sound recordings, archival materials, and digitization
  • Advanced degree in Music
  • Archival certification, formal archival education, or coursework in archival studies
  • Familiarity with platforms used to host digital collections or digital exhibits (e.g., Omeka, CONTENTdm) and institutional repositories (e.g., Fedora)
  • Knowledge of major music reference sources
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Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Reading knowledge of one or more foreign languages, preferably Polish, German, Russian, French, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, or Arabic
  • Established understanding of the principles of archival appraisal, arrangement, and description
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to use considerable judgment and initiative
  • Experience applying professional standards such as DACS, Library of Congress subject headings, EAD, and MARC, as well as technical skills with databases, spreadsheets, office software and other applications
  • Advanced subject knowledge of twentieth-century history and a comprehensive understanding of primary source research
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East Asian Collections Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • M.L.S. from an A.L.A.-accredited library school, a M.A. with an archival concentration, archival management certificate, or related subject specialty, or an equivalent degree
  • Ability to read, write, and transliterate Chinese and/or Japanese language materials by following standard Library of Congress (LC) Romanization schemes
  • Evidence of strong verbal and written communication skills in English as well as Chinese and/or Japanese and the ability to read traditional Chinese characters
  • Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work, acting with initiative, good judgment, and problem solving skills
  • Established understanding of archival collections, principles of arrangement and description, rare books, and primary source research
  • Advanced subject knowledge of the history of East Asia and a comprehensive understanding of the research use of primary sources
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Archivist / Records Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • 08-10 years w/High School Diploma
  • 05-07 years w/Bachelors Degree
  • 02-04 years w/Masters Degree
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State Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide leadership for archival programs and services while nurturing the forward progress of the Archives into the digital age through the delivery of services and innovative approaches towards improvements, especially data migration
  • Understanding and experience with both historical and revolutionary archival records management technology and tools
  • Demonstrated knowledge of emerging trends, issues, workflows and best practices in archives management
  • Knowledge of records management and electronic records preservation and practices
  • Ability to communicate the vision of Arizona State Archives to a wide variety of audiences including federal and state agencies, legislators, staff, and the citizens of Arizona
  • Ability to work effectively, both independently and collaboratively, in a collegial environment with diverse constituencies
  • Demonstrated skills in project management, time-management and problem-solving/analytic techniques
  • Ability to confidentially and discreetly handle subject matters requiring privacy and sensitivity
  • Initiate a cross-divisional approach with other members of the leadership team to explore and implement technology-based services
  • Demonstrated vision and leadership in capturing and disseminating history in the digital age through traditional and innovative strategies
  • Experience that demonstrates a strong commitment to user-focused design of collections and services
  • Ph.D. with specialization in archival management, historic preservation, or related field
  • Membership in the Academy of Certified Archivists
  • Certification by the Society of American Archivists or Academy of Certified Archivists
  • Strong record of professional engagement on a regional and national level, such as service in archivist organizations, presentations at conference and peer-reviewed publications
  • Demonstrated experience with digital preservation and access projects
  • Knowledge of best practices in digital preservation and access
  • 5 years archives management experience
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Classify and file project documents to prepare for formal archiving and easy retrieval
  • Conduct a comprehensive audit of project hard-copy files based on filing guidance and desk review inventory checklists
  • Create an audit report outlining the status of documents
  • Coordinate with project teams to incorporate miscellaneous unfiled documents into files
  • Promote best practices in records maintenance among project teams
  • Develop a basic understanding of international development, foreign assistance programming, and Chemonics’ present and past contributions
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as required
  • Enrolled in an accredited academic program or holding a bachelor’s degree or higher
  • One to two years of administrative experience preferred
  • Demonstrated experience with data entry, filing, cataloguing, retrieving, and preserving records
  • Ability to write and verbally communicate clearly and concisely
  • Strong attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word, including creating and modifying documents
  • Ability to work independently and in a team, coordinating with other staff as required
  • Knowledge of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia and proficiency in Russian or another regional language preferred but not required
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Sort materials based on Chemonics’ standard operating procedures
  • Mark and label all project files according to standard operating procedures
  • Coordinate with project teams
  • Enrolled in an accredited academic program or holds a bachelors degree or higher
  • Minimum 1-2 years administrative experience preferred
  • Must have strong attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • Advanced understanding of Microsoft Excel and Word including creating and modifying documents using Microsoft Office
  • Ability to work both independently and in a team, coordinating with staff as work assignment requires
  • Permanent U.S. work authorization required
  • French skills preferred but not required
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Records Manager / Archivist / MK Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conduct assessments of current and archived documents both electronically and in paper copy format
  • Obtain metadata from environmental records and catalog it into a database for tracking and retrieval purposes
  • Enter and extract environmental related data from Excel and/or Access databases for reporting, statistics, and other manipulation
  • Maintain, administer and support environmental databases
  • Ability to work on and prioritize a variety of technical assignments and complete work satisfactory and on schedule
  • BA or BS degree in Chemistry, Biological, Earth Sciences, Environmental Studies, Computer Science, Business or a related field, or equivalent experience
  • Three or more years of experience with the development, maintenance and review of spreadsheet metadata related to the archival of electronic records
  • Experience with the use of reproduction equipment such as copiers, printers and scanners
  • Knowledge of PCs, MS Windows - Practiced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Outlook
  • Proficiency with creation and manipulation of portable document format (PDF) electronic files
  • Experience with environmental engineering or environmental consulting is preferred
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel related utilities and tools
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office products such as PowerPoint and Word
  • Knowledge of CERCLA Administrative Record guidelines
  • Knowledge of Federal Record Center (FRC) policies and procedures
  • Experience using Adobe Acrobat Professional to bookmark, optical character recognition (OCR) and optimize electronic documents
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GLP Records Manager / Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Establish effective communications with Study Directors, Quality Assurance and other key study personnel
  • Ensure that all raw data, documentation, protocols (including amendments/deviations), final reports and samples collected from the study are retained in accordance with the approved protocol and GLP regulations
  • Ensure that test and control articles used on non-clinical studies are appropriately inventoried and retained in accordance with the approved protocol and GLP regulations
  • Ensure that the archive system allows for orderly storage and expedient retrieval of all raw data, documentation, protocols, samples and final reports, for example, during a FDA inspection
  • Ensure that storage conditions are maintained to prevent deterioration of documents or samples for the duration of their retention. At the request of the Sponsor, the Records Manager/Archivist will coordinate the transfer of study data/samples to off-site archival locations, if required
  • Ensure that only authorized personnel have access to the archive in accordance with governing SOP GLP regulations
  • Ensure that materials retained in the archive are appropriately indexed to permit expedient retrieval
  • Ensure that records, raw data and samples are retained in accordance with the protocol and/or applicable FDA GLP regulations
  • BS or BA degree with several years of experience in record/data management and archiving
  • Preference given to candidates with some GLP experience
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • To archive and conserve the poster and promotional assets collection, regardless of media or materials, from Fox film and television productions
  • To service internal and external requests pertaining to this collection including reprography and research, exhibitions and tour
  • To provide assistance and support to the rest of the Archives collections (Art Department, Props and Photography) where required
  • Track new film and television releases to ensure that the Archives has received associated materials
  • Integrate new release materials into inventories and archive physical assets
  • Archive the poster and promotional materials backlog including appraisal, processing, arrangement, cataloguing, space management, administration of any associated budgets, and conservation/preservation of the assets
  • Maintain a robust and complete database of the poster and promotional materials, ad art and other publicity assets
  • Establish a series of high quality key reprographic images for servicing
  • Track environmental conditions of the collections ensuring preservation needs are met, and work with the Executive Director to strategize basic conservation, recommending repair options where necessary
  • Organize, inventory and catalogue assets stored in any off-Lot locations, working directly with representatives from each to ensure proper handling and storage conditions
  • Work with the Executive Director to strategize the completion of the Corporate Collection by acquiring valuable and important poster and promotional materials from Fox’s film legacy
  • Review on a regular basis the digital components of the collection to advise the Executive Director on migration and other digital asset management needs
  • Administer the scheduling and tracking of the Archives’ internal and external poster requests including reprographics and research, exhibitions and tours
  • Coordinate with and direct vendors in reprographic requests
  • Participate in tours and exhibits
  • Assist in various aspects of archival work including packing, unpacking and moving boxes; assembling, packing and unpacking shipping crates and pallets
  • Assist in the creation, set-up and strike of on-Lot exhibitions
  • Provide research and reference services relating to the Collection
  • Work with the Executive Director and Prop/Photograph Archivists on projects that require additional assistance, including inventorying large collections, preparing pallets for and receiving pallets from shipments, etc
  • Analyze and control any budgets allotted to this collection and advise the Executive Director during new fiscal year preparations
  • Basic office work (answering phones, filing, scheduling, supplies ordering, etc.)
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelors Degree in Film or Art History
  • Postgraduate Degree or Certification in Archival or Museum Studies preferred
  • At least 3 years of related archival experience
  • Solid knowledge of and passion for cinema history
  • Knowledge of proper archival practices and conservation for paper collections
  • Basic understanding of film production
  • Mac proficiency in MS Office is required. Filemaker Pro knowledge is preferred
  • Ability to lift and carry 40 lbs, climb ladders and pack and unpack boxes and crates
  • Ability to operate moving equipment such as pallet jacks, hand trucks and dollies as well as light power tools
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • General archival principles, methods and standards of practice
  • Experience in archival preservation processes and management of all archival materials
  • Arizona History
  • Collection assessment for historical and research value as well as physical condition
  • Grant writing
  • Computer skills and evolving computer management software
  • Planning for future collecting, especially digital collections
  • Understanding that archival reference includes broad knowledge of resources outside the agency
  • Broad knowledge of cataloging and principles of information architecture
  • Move from working independently to working as part of a team
  • Prioritize resources/time to meet deadlines and benchmarks
  • Demonstrates a commitment to lifelong learning, continuing education and public service
  • Aptitude for proposing creative solutions within budgetary constraints
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills
  • Work flexibility with work hours and days/nights, weekends and holidays
  • Travel with some overnight stays within and outside Pima County
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GLP Records Manager / Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Shall establish effective communications with Study Directors, Quality Assurance and other key study personnel
  • Will ensure that all raw data, documentation, protocols (including
  • Amendments/deviations), final reports and samples collected from the study are retained in accordance with the approved protocol and GLP regulations
  • Will ensure that test and control articles used on non-clinical studies are appropriately inventoried and retained in accordance with the approved protocol and GLP regulations
  • Will ensure that the archive system allows for orderly storage and expedient retrieval of all raw data, documentation, protocols, samples and final reports, for example, during a FDA inspection
  • Will ensure that storage conditions are maintained to prevent deterioration of documents or samples for the duration of their retention. At the request of the Sponsor, the Records Manager/Archivist will coordinate the transfer of study data/samples to off-site archival locations, if required
  • Will ensure that only authorized personnel have access to the archive in accordance with governing SOP GLP regulations
  • Will ensure that materials retained in the archive are appropriately indexed to permit expedient retrieval
  • Will ensure that records, raw data and samples are retained in accordance with the protocol and/or applicable FDA GLP regulations
  • Additional tasks and responsibilities will include: (i) revise existing or develop new forms/SOPs in ensure the archive system maintains compliance with GLP regulations, (ii) complete GLP training other mandatory training requirements, (iii) adhere to institute safety requirements, and (iv) other duties as assigned
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Photo Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • 21st Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOX; ASX: FOX) is the world’s premier portfolio of cable, broadcast, film, pay TV and satellite assets spanning six continents across the globe. Reaching nearly 1.5 billion subscribers in 100 local languages every day, 21st Century Fox is home to a global portfolio of cable and broadcasting networks and properties, including FOX, FX, FXX, FS1, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, Fox Sports, Fox Sports Network, National Geographic Channels, Fox Pan American Sports, MundoFox and STAR; film studio Twentieth Century Fox Film; and television production studios Twentieth Century Fox Television and Shine Group
  • Provide collection access to any Fox entity or partner, including research, curation, and duplication
  • Verify quality of lab work and seeing that material is properly conserved and refiled for projects
  • Oversee status tracking, order management and billing related to service requests
  • Provide knowledgeable collection access to assist executives when needing guidance, based on his/her solid knowledge of cinema history and the art and science of photography
  • Assist with department operations including supplies management and space management
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned or requested. Photo Archivists may be called upon to provide special project support to other Archivists handling props, posters and publicity materials
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Photo Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant experience
  • 3 to 6 years of progressively complex related archival experience
  • Postgraduate Degree or Certification in related field preferred
  • Knowledge of the archival process, with a solid understanding of both traditional printing, and digital imaging, as it relates to twentieth century photographic formats
  • Accurate record-keeping is vital, documented primarily in a Filemaker Pro-based inventory finding aid
  • Must understand the importance and potential value in preserving a photographic collection, and therefore approach the challenge with the highest standards of workmanship, honesty and trust, and an innate desire to preserve the visual record
  • Proficiency in any of the following areas is a plus: cinema history or any motion picture film studies, social anthropology or American popular culture, all aspects of photography (aesthetically, scientifically, historically), any experience making photographs or editing photographs
  • Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication and organization skills
  • Ability to problem-solve and manage various projects simultaneously and successfully
  • Mac proficiency in MS Office is required
  • Filemaker Pro knowledge is preferred
  • Ability to lift and carry 40 lbs., climb ladders and pack and unpack boxes and crates
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Russian Cataloger & Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to read, write, and transliterate Russian is required, as well as a working knowledge of another European or Slavic language
  • Evidence of strong verbal and written communication skills in English as well as Russian
  • Established understanding of library & archival collections, principles of archival arrangement and description, rare books, and primary source research
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, flexibility, and the ability to work in a team as well as independently, as well as a demonstrated high level of productivity
  • Advanced subject knowledge of the history of Russia and a comprehensive understanding of the research use of primary sources
  • Experience applying professional standards such as defined in RDA, AACR2, the MARC Bibliographic, Holdings, and Authorities formats, LC subject headings and classification, DACS, and EAD, as well as technical skills with databases, spreadsheets, office software and other applications
  • Ability to learn rapidly and implement new cataloging procedures and principles adopted by the Department and the Stanford University Libraries required. Preference to knowledge of rare materials cataloging standards such as DCRM
  • Ability to learn, analyze, and utilize existing and emerging metadata and cataloging standards, and Sirsi's Symphony system and its web version, used in Searchworks, the online catalog of the Stanford University Libraries
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Temporary Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Handle archiving and project-specific tasks
  • Conduct a comprehensive audit of project hard-copy files
  • Create a list of existing documents by developing and updating a master file index
  • Sort, classify, index, and record existing documentation
  • Other regional operations duties as required
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work expereince preferred
  • Minimum one year of administrative experience preferred
  • Language proficiency for assigned geographic area preferred
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word, including creating and modifying documents
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Bicentennial Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Processes collections of use to the Bicentennial History Project
  • Updates existing finding aids and creates new finding aids
  • Coordinates transfer of materials slated for digitization to and from Digital Programs
  • Reviews collections and portions of collections to be digitized
  • Manages workflows, from the point of identifying collections needing attention, to prioritizing work on those collections, to processing and reprocessing collections
  • Works as part of a cross-departmental team, which includes the Bicentennial Project Metadata Librarian and colleagues in Digital Programs and Technical Services
  • Actively participates in outreach activities. Contributes to committees and work groups in the Library, the College, Five Colleges, and regional and national organizations as appropriate
  • Performs other duties/functions as requested
  • Master’s degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association or foreign equivalent, with a concentration in archival studies, completed no later than the end of June 2017
  • Knowledge of the history of higher education in America, American Studies in general, or other relevant subject expertise
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current standards of archival description and practice, including DACS, EAD, and appropriate thesauri
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills with proven success in independently prioritizing work and managing competing deadlines
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to advocate for the Library to a variety of constituents; positive customer service orientation
  • Commitment to work closely with colleagues, undergraduates, faculty, staff, and college administrators
  • Willingness to tackle challenges in an academic library with energy and enthusiasm, showing patience, tact, and affable benevolence
  • Competence and sensitivity in working at a college in which students are broadly diverse with regard to gender, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, and religion
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT
  • Facilitate research appointments and help manage inventory of physical archives
  • Assist maintenance of offsite archive space and installation of newly processed archives
  • Rehouse, photograph and catalog onsite archival assets in accordance with documentation guidelines
  • Manage accession process for new archival items
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  • Upload new digital records to PVH Archives Database
  • Ingest and align data in tracking and research databases
  • Enhance existing digital records and folder structure to meet the needs of users
  • RESEARCH/LOANS
  • Facilitate archive requests across the company and work closely with international partners to support their needs remotely
  • Research date and significance of archival objects; enhance metadata associated with archival records
  • Develop historical content for company communication channels and associate engagement initiatives
  • Support best-in-class archive curation for special presentations
  • Align with legal support for research and fact-checking on assets’ usage rights
  • Categorize archival assets to streamline future requests for usage
  • Liaise with Legal Department to clear permissions for archival image use and draft loan agreements for property that leaves archive
  • Interest in and knowledge of American fashion history and contemporary industry
  • Experience with research databases and data input
  • Experience in fashion/archive collections management a plus
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite programs and Photoshop a plus
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Assistant Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Arrange, describe and otherwise process archival collections using CollectiveAccess, according to local and professional standards
  • Help to oversee the technical aspects of the CollectiveAccess project, coordinate with developers
  • Help to manage the Archives implementation of Archive-It
  • Maintain Archives server and manage digital representations
  • Maintain Archives web site, blog, and other social media; make updates and plan advancements
  • Manage digital representations on Archives server
  • Oversee Archives when Archivist is not in the office, supervising student assistant as needed
  • Provide public services for the department, including reference guidance, class presentations and public outreach
  • Accession archival materials in both paper and electronic formats; interact with staff to evaluate record submissions
  • Contribute content regularly for social media, including blog and Instagram posts
  • Digitally photograph and scan archival materials to create high quality digital images to be used in publications, online presentations, or other purposes by both Archives staff and patrons
  • Assist in preparing displays of collection materials, both in real and virtual exhibition spaces
  • Assist Archivist with donation pick-ups
  • Collaborate on special projects as needed
  • MLS or other advanced degree with a concentration in Archives management required
  • At least two years professional Archives experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of the principles of arrangement and description of archival collections and current archival best practices and standards
  • Experience with digital preservation, metadata and access tools and methodologies; ease comprehending and adapting to new applications. Experience with the collection and preservation of born-digital materials
  • Demonstrated web programming experience, knowledge of emerging technologies in archives
  • In-depth knowledge of digital imaging standards and experience in digital image capture and processing
  • Superior written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills, with ability to facilitate collaboration
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; must be able to work independently
  • Candidate must be highly responsible since he or she will be dealing with fragile and valuable materials
  • Interest in the history, theory and practice of the design professions
  • Ability, and willingness, to routinely lift containers weighing up to 40 lbs. and climb ladders
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • H.S. degree or equivalence certificate
  • Familiarity with MS Access database software
  • Familiarity with MS Word
  • Able to deal with multiple and changing priorities
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Archivist, Asia Resume Examples & Samples

  • Classify and file project documents for completed projects to prepare for archiving and prompt retrieval, following standard instructions according to Chemonics standard guidance, specifically
  • Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (GARP)
  • Maintain file systems and files documents for active projects, operations teams, practice teams, and business development teams
  • Conduct comprehensive inventory of project hard-copy and electronic files based on filing guidance and desk review inventory checklists
  • Mark and label all project files according to Chemonics’ standard operating procedures
  • Promote best practices in accordance with GARP among project teams
  • Retrieve files and documents required for open audits
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as required
  • Associate’s degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Minimum one year relevant administrative work experience preferred
  • Experience with data entry, filing, cataloguing, retrieving and preserving records
  • Strong knowledge of MS Office applications
  • Strong administrative skills, word processing abilities, and attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast-moving team
  • Ability to prioritize and carry out assignments to timely completion and adhere to prescribed routines and practices
  • Ability to follow standard practices and procedures, receive general instruction and supervision on work progress, and make significant contribution to end results
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely orally and in writing
  • Ability to work on one or more projects and provide administrative support to proposals
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with demonstrated ability to treat information with discretion and exhibit sensitivity and discretion in communications
  • Resourcefulness in problem-solving and initiative to learn new skills
  • Experience living or working in developing countries preferred
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Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • American history coursework
  • Experience in processing archival materials in an academic archives or special collections setting
  • Knowledge of American labor history
  • Familiarity with archival management tools such as Archivists’ Toolkit
  • Computer skills proficiency
  • Ability to lift cartons weighing 40 pounds
  • Ability to work efficiently alone or with others
  • Flexibility in carrying out work assignments
  • Familiarity with the professional literature on labor archives
  • Experience in digitally scanning microfilm
  • Experience in conducting research in archives
  • Ability to communicate clearly
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manages the physical and intellectual control over the holdings of the agency's historical collection
  • Recommends edits for a variety of historical communications to include publications, books, manuscripts, and professional journal/media articles
  • Collaborates with management officials on ensuring the historical collection, preservation, and digital records are within regularity guidelines, policies and procedures
  • Manages and provides policy guidance on digital and born-digital documents of historical value
  • Manages and provides expert policy guidance on the identification, evaluation, and description of all NASA's documents that has historical value, and serves as the Agency's authority in historical documentation matters
  • Edits a variety of historical communications to include publications, books, manuscripts, and professional journals/media articles
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Monitors Digital Asset Management System for all CDM divisions and affiliates
  • Train Graphic Services and Art Directors on current DAMS and process updates
  • Archive digital assets and catalogs into DAMS searchable database, maintains quality control
  • Conducts shelving shifts and removal of outdated assets to be stored offsite
  • Maintains the Offsite Storage Reference Sheet and tracks the boxes for future retrieval
  • Monitor usage and space of the Link9 servers
  • Monitors, manages and keywords the Royalty-Free files received from the Art Buying Department
  • Archive, catalog and apply metadata to photo shoot images
  • Incorporate acquired product files into Archive catalogs & CDM workflow
  • Create and maintain procedures to ensure the consistency of asset workflow between departments
  • College Graduate
  • Previous experience with Media Beacon or any DAM preferred
  • Familiar with Adobe programs, specifically Photoshop and InDesign, preferred
  • Interest in working with images and archive databases
  • Interest in database development and metadata capture
  • Macintosh & PC knowledge
  • Works independently & within groups on deadline drive projects
  • Self-motivated, organized and efficient
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Project Archivist, Academic Ventures Resume Examples & Samples

  • Locates and captures digital images of all petitions sent to the Massachusetts state legislature and other legislative bodies, as identified, related to the topics of the Performance of Politics research initiative
  • Identifies and selects materials that will subsequently be digitized, unfolds and rehouses materials, and performs quality control reviews of digitized materials to ensure completeness
  • Systematically processes and catalogues all relevant petition collections, according to the parameters of the research initiative
  • Provides descriptive and technical metadata for each item
  • Links digitized images to metadata on Harvard’s dataverse website
  • Collaborates with the Director of the Social Sciences Program, project steering committee, and other initiative contributors to achieve project deliverables
  • Supports the dissemination of research from the initiative by identifying opportunities for collaboration within Radcliffe, Harvard University, and beyond—such as working with teachers in secondary schools—with particular attention to presenting the work through teaching materials, publications, events, and conferences
  • ALA-accredited Master’s degree in Library Science
  • Three years of manuscript processing experience
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and lead processing projects in a complex and dynamic environment
  • Must be able to work independently and make judgments and recommendations about content appraisal and privacy issues
  • Logical and enthusiastic approach to work; careful attention to detail; initiative and follow-through
  • Strong written, verbal, and listening skills
  • Commitment to a strong and dedicated learning organization that fosters mutual respect and integrity
  • Ability to learn new tasks quickly and accurately
  • Experience managing digital projects, particularly those involving petitions
  • Knowledge of the legislative and petitions collections of the Massachusetts Archives of the Commonwealth is preferred,
  • Advanced knowledge of current national data content and structure standards related to the archival control of collection materials (DACS, AACR2, RDA, LCSH, EAD, XML, MARC21, AAT, etc.) preferred
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Video Archivist / Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists video producers from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight center in archiving video footage from the Hubble Space Telescope Project
  • Assesses/researches the location and quality of Hubble footage from multiple NASA locations with emphasis on press conferences, EVAs, mission activities, public activities
  • Digitizes Hubble tapes in highest possible resolution
  • Writes descriptions and metadata for Hubble video clips and tapes
  • Ensures that Hubble footage is easily accessible to future video producers and researchers
  • In-process or completed Bachelor’s degree in Library Science, Archival Science, Information Science or related field
  • In lieu of a degree, at least 2 years of experience with archiving permanent records
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Archivist / Researcher Resume Examples & Samples

  • Handle daily archival research requests for media content
  • Research, screen and make available video content for Show units, Promotions, Specials, Long Form, Alternative programming, Archive sales, Digital and other units (internal and external) as requested
  • Responsible for accurately logging metadata and tagging video content per CNBC logging procedures
  • Manage media to maintain server space allocations
  • Work closely with internal and external clients both locally and internationally to locate and research content
  • Research and resolve rights and clearance issues as necessary
  • Provide research and content to Archive Sales to generate revenue
  • Create discrepancy reports for system issues
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in research/library database management required
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current and historical business and general news events, both local and international. Familiarity with names and faces of world leaders and places in the news
  • Strong computer research skills: search/input database applications
  • Must be available to work flexible shifts, including early morning, nights, weekends, holidays and short notice to cover breaking news as requested
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills and customer-focus approach; able to work collaboratively and independently when necessary
  • Demonstrate ability to deliver quality work in a tight deadline environment
  • Familiarity with media asset management and non-linear editing systems
  • Knowledge of LexisNexis, iNEWS, Stratus and/or Avid a plus
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Design Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work closely with the Creative, Video, Legal and Editorial Teams to accurately represent the R29 voice and brand within the DAM platform
  • Assist in the continual development of the R29 internal keywording taxonomy
  • Answering occasional internal reference request
  • Digital file organization as needed
  • Minimum two years professional experience in a cataloging or metadata-related position
  • Prior experience and knowledge of different metadata standards and vocabularies
  • Previous experience working with digital media files and/or stock imagery preferred
  • Strong written and oral communication skills are essential
  • Extremely organized, must possess an acute attention to detail
  • Strong organization and problem-solving skills, and the ability to work independently
  • Familiarity with social media platforms a plus
  • Thrive in a fast paced environment
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree in library/information science, with training in archives management, from an ALA-accredited institution
  • Minimum three (3) years library experience with demonstrated increased responsibility for the management of archival processing, arrangement and description of personal papers, organizational records, and institutional archives in both analog and born digital formats
  • Experience providing reference, research assistance, and instruction
  • Experience using archival collections management software such as ArchivesSpace
  • Knowledge of trends in information processing relevant to libraries, archives and records management repositories
  • Working knowledge of DACS, EAD, CONTENTdm
  • Understanding of copyright, privacy laws, and rights management issues relating to analog and born-digital collections
  • Demonstrated project management experience
  • Accession and process manuscript materials in accordance with archival standards
  • Provide reference service to onsite researchers and answer requests for information from internal and external sources
  • Perform archival management activities using collections management databases, such as ArchivesSpace and CONTENTdm
  • Lead and work on large archival processing projects with staff, volunteers and interns
  • Work collaboratively with Library public service and outreach professionals on the appropriate presentation of born digital and physical materials for instructional and research use, and exhibits
  • Research and develop grant proposals relating to archival collection processing, access and outreach
  • Communicate with internal and external stakeholders, including donors, researchers and other research institutions
  • Creates MARC catalog records for archives and manuscripts
  • Creates EAD-encoded finding aids to facilitate access to archives and manuscript collections
  • Maintains the DC Public Library institutional archives, including preparing retention schedules, accessioning, de-accessioning, and creating access tools
  • Working with Special Collections Manager and Archives Coordinator, establishes priorities for archival processing projects
  • Establishes name and subject entries and ensures the implementation of current, consistent cataloging standards
  • Researches potential manuscript acquisitions and makes recommendations to Special Collections Manager and collections acquisition committee
  • Identifies out-of-scope manuscript materials and makes recommendations for deaccessioning
  • Performs basic preservation maintenance activities and identifies manuscript materials in need of conservation treatment and recommends appropriate treatment
  • Assists in reference reading room as necessary, either on the reference desk or as a back-up to fellow staff on duty
  • Recruits, coordinates, trains, and supervises volunteers and interns working with manuscript materials; maintains necessary statistics relating to volunteer time and activities
  • The position for which the individual is applying has been identified and designated as requiring enhanced suitability screening
  • If tentatively selected for the position, a criminal background check, traffic record check, consumer credit check, and mandatory drug and alcohol test will be conducted (as appropriate); and
  • The appointee to the position may be offered employment contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory enhanced suitability screening
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Video Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Research via internal access points and create cross-referencing between related assets
  • The potential to further refine existing project workflow processes as efficiencies arise
  • Trouble-shoot DAM platform user issues via vendor customer support as needed
  • Implement folder & file naming standards as needed
  • Position supervised by IT Director and Digital Archivist
  • Job duties may change as per business needs
  • ALA-accredited Master’s degree with archives coursework and/or Master’s or comparable degree in which coursework was focused on archival studies or information management
  • Previous experience with Digital Asset Management platforms and born-digital assets
  • Familiarity working with taxonomies and/or ontologies preferred
  • Must have a positive attitude and be a team player
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Assistant Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Post-graduate qualification in Archive Administration or comparable archives management professional qualification (or evidence you are currently enrolled) or equivalent experience
  • Evidence of understanding of the principles and practice of archive collection management
  • Evidence of knowledge and implementation of interoperable description standards for archives, including ICA’s International Standard of Archival Description (ISAD(G)), International Standard Archival Authority for Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families (ISAAR (CPF)), Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) and Resource Description and Access (RDA)
  • Evidence of using archive management software to describe and create access points for archive and/or library collections (e.g. CALM)
  • Evidence of excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to communicate conceptual information effectively and professionally with a wide range of people and audiences (e.g. academia, the general public, schools)
  • Evidence of ability to explore the needs and appetite of audiences and adapt services accordingly to ensure the delivery of quality and meaningful customer-focussed outputs and outcomes
  • Evidence of proactive participation in outreach activities to raise the profile of, and improve the meaningful interaction of wide audiences with, cultural heritage collections
  • Evidence of proactively working within a team environment, a flexible approach to delivering collaborative team results, and contributing to high team morale
  • Evidence of ability to solve expansive problems using initiative and creativity; identifying and proposing practical solutions and resolving problems with a range of potential outcomes
  • Evidence of ability to work unsupervised to tight deadlines, planning and setting priorities for own work and monitoring progress
  • Fluency in Welsh, written and oral
  • Successful completion of the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) or equivalent
  • Experience of working in a Higher Education environment
  • Membership of a relevant professional organisation e.g. Archives and Records Association
  • Evidence of using social media platforms to appropriately and innovatively engage different audiences with cultural heritage collections
  • Demonstrable commitment to CPD with a willingness to participate in training activities, including archives management, archives description standards and IT
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Mikulski Papers Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Arrange, describe, and preserve approximately 1300 cubic feet of correspondence, reports, briefings, casework, and other records documenting the career of former Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski
  • With assistance from the Archives unit’s Digital Archivist, arrange, describe, and preserve approximately 4 terabytes of digitized and born-digital materials including audio-visual material, web content, digitized constituent letters, and emails
  • Communicate with Senator Mikulski and related individuals about the project’s progress
  • Create a finding aid compliant with archival description and communication standards such as Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS) and Encoded Archival Description (EAD)
  • Coordinate creation of cataloging records with Technical Services unit
  • Survey collection and develop a processing plan
  • Supervise student workers
  • Identify conservation issues in collections and collaborate with Conservation and Preservation department to address these concerns as appropriate
  • Master’s degree in library science, archival studies, or related field
  • Experience processing collections of congressional papers
  • Educational background in public policy, political science, or a related field
  • Experience implementing archival metadata standards
  • Experience working with an archival content management system such as Archivist’s Toolkit or ArchivesSpace
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Senior Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversee procedures for the placement and retrieval of archived material in a secure and controlled archive
  • Receive, inventory, and verify completeness of study materials and other supporting documentation (e.g., personnel training, Quality Assurance records, and equipment maintenance and calibration)
  • Retrieve archived materials in an expedient manner
  • Provide orderly storage of the archived materials
  • Perform or direct conversion of archived material to scanned storage medium
  • Perform or direct the review of new scanned storage medium for accuracy and completeness
  • Maintain accurate summary records and chain of custody documentation of archived materials
  • Update inventories for access and retrieval of all archived materials
  • Ship records as required in accordance with established shipping regulations
  • Contact appropriate personnel (client, study, company and/or outsourcing laboratory personnel) to ensure materials are received in a timely manner
  • Investigate inconsistencies between study data and archived materials, use sound judgment in resolving differences within the company, with clients and other outside laboratories
  • Monitor use and procure archive supplies (filing cabinets, shelving, and storage containers) using established procedures
  • Monitor archive environmental conditions and maintain physical security of materials
  • Maintain and update SOPs relating to the archives
  • Participate in the validation of electronic storage and retrieval system(s)
  • Assist in development of departmental budget
  • Discuss the Archive function, design and security with clients and regulatory officials
  • Determine the length of archival storage per contractual agreement and/or protocol. Interact directly with clients for billing, retention, extension, and disposal transactions
  • Ensure that departmental equipment is maintained in good working condition and that departmental area(s) are maintained in a clean and orderly condition
  • Computer entry into the archive database
  • Supervise, train and mentor Archive personnel
  • Conform to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Good Laboratory Practice Regulations (GLP)
  • Travel between sites in MA or other states may be necessary
  • Perform all other related duties as assigned
  • Education: Associate’s degree (A.A./A.S.) or equivalent required. Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) or equivalent in business or administrative assistant discipline preferred
  • Experience: At least 3 to 5 years of office experience or administrative/secretarial training or 2 to 3 years of archive or regulatory experience required. Previous supervisory experience desired
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted as a satisfactory substitute for the specific education and experience listed above
  • Certifications/Licensure: None
  • Other: Must be detail oriented; possess strong organizational and time management skills. Must be able to work as a member of a team as well as independently, with minimal to no supervision. Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Effective verbal and written skills. Ability to learn and become proficient with new computer software
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Classify and file project documents to prepare for archiving and prompt retrieval, following standard instructions according to Chemonics standard guidance
  • Create reports and memos outlining the status of documents
  • Coordinate with the project teams to incorporate miscellaneous unfiled documents into files
  • Promote best practices in accordance with Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (GARP) among project teams
  • Foster and demonstrate a workplace inclusive of creating opportunity, serving others, building trust, innovation and exceeding expectations
  • Experience with data entry, filing, cataloguing, retrieving, and preserving records
  • Two years administrative experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing
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Collections Management Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides leadership for the department’s collection development through an understanding of our existing collections’ strengths, their use, scholarly trends, and the identification and pursuit of particular collecting opportunities
  • Applies knowledge of modern manuscript acquisition processes, including the curation and preservation of born-digital archives
  • Oversees and coordinates activities to promote discovery, including ingest, acquisition, accessioning, arrangement and description, and the creation of finding aids for born-digital and paper-based collections. * Implements disposition recommendations or decisions through legal instruments of transfer such as schedules, deed of gift, purchase contracts, and deposit agreements. * Supervises and monitors the quality of output produced by Library Information Associate employees and student workers
  • Trains and mentors graduate assistants and other interns in archival processing and other projects
  • Establishes, maintains, and records communications with creators and/or potential donors of records
  • Supports the use of collections through archival education, course-related instruction and other specialized educational sessions to students, the community and other primary customers. Develop and prepare appropriate instructional and educational aids
  • Responds to reference inquiries on-site and offsite through telephone, mail and e-mail. Develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of congressional collections, history of science collections and other areas as appropriate
  • Curates and prepares exhibits of Special Collections materials and assists in related events such as lectures and receptions
  • Promotes the use of collections through presentations and the exploration of new promotional technologies
  • Collaborates with colleagues in Special Collections and the Office of Digital Innovation and Stewardship on digital preservation efforts related to Special Collections’ content
  • Participates in library-wide activities such as project teams and other groups as needed to complete goals of the library
  • Master’s degree in library/information science from an ALA-accredited institution, or advanced degree in a relevant field
  • 3-5 years of experience in the accessioning, appraisal and arrangement of congressional and other archival collections or a relevant combination of experience and education in the archival field
  • 2-5 years of experience working with digital objects in an academic library environment, archive, historical society, or museum
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience related to digital repository and archival management systems
  • Evidence of the ability to achieve continuing status (equivalent to tenure), including contributing to the information/library profession and to fulfilling the responsibilities of a library faculty member through service and scholarship
  • Demonstrated commitment to the profession and professional organizations, including providing leadership within the broader professional community
  • Familiarity with accepted conservation methods applied to archival collections of manuscripts, photographic materials and ephemera as well as digital preservation
  • Demonstrated knowledge of digital forensics techniques as it relates to acquisition and processing of borndigital material
  • Demonstrated knowledge and use of ArchivesSpace, Encoded Archival Description (EAD) and the MARC format and its attributes
  • Demonstrated knowledge of collection management systems such as Archivists’ Toolkit, Archon, or ArchivesSpace
  • Demonstrated ability to produce content for social media outlets
  • Spanish language skills
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage support processes for document management related requests from business functions, which may include Legal requests, In/Out Licensing projects, and audits/inspections
  • Continuously oversee and identify rooms for improvement for document man-agement processes, in particular in the areas of archiving and TMF management. Support implementation activities as applicable
  • Promote best documentation practice to line functions to ensure that documents created/generated in the course of clinical research are managed and archived in accordance with GCP guidelines and applicable SOPs
  • May conduct quality checks of submission documents against formal criteria, in particular electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD) requirements
  • May support business functions with the preparation of electronic documents for submission, e.g. creation of bookmarks and hyperlinks and electronic publishing activities
  • May support appropriate and accurate document creation and document lifecycle management in the Document Management System (DMS)
  • May support the implementation of a Next Generation DMS and/or publishing system
  • May quality check, scan and process paper Case Report Forms (CRFs) for HA submissions
  • May own and maintain electronic systems for tracking archived documents 15. Assist with inspections by answering inquiries by Health Authorities
  • May ensure adequate reporting of adverse events / technical complaint / com-pliance issue in accordance with company procedures
  • Liaise and cooperate with stakeholder functions within Global Drug Development (GDD)
  • At least 2 years in handling GxP-relevant documents
  • At least 2 years of relevant clinical research/pharmaceutical industry experiences
  • Knowledge of the technical requirements by FDA/EMA for submission documents
  • Knowledge of and experience in global regulatory environment and guidelines impacting paper and electronic archiving processes
  • Good computer skills (MS Office) and overall understanding of processes embedded in technical applications
  • Knowledge of the clinical drug development and international drug approval processes and related document requirements
  • Good organizational and communication skills
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Archivist, East & Southern Africa Resume Examples & Samples

  • Classify and file project documents
  • Create a detailed inventory list of project documents
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
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Processing Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Processes incoming and existing collections to library and national standards, including re-boxing/re-foldering, creating finding aid and online finding aid. Updates library systems to include cataloging and uploading finding aid to appropriate online sources
  • Assists patrons with the use of archives and special collections in person and via e-mail, mail, phone, chat and text
  • Works with records manager and departmental records coordinators on the archiving of print and electronic documents and artifacts. Updates university archives finding aids as needed. Assists departments with the use of the university archives
  • Physically maintains the collection, pulling and re-shelving materials used. Maintains reference and collection use statistics. Provides photocopy services. Works with external reproduction services as needed
  • Performs preservation and conservation activities as needed. Performs other duties as assigned
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Document Control Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Effective verbal and written skills
  • Proactive, self-motivated and strong collaborative abilities
  • Ability to operate efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced environment
  • Superior verbal and written communications
  • Advanced in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Strong focus on customer service
  • Familiarity with Document Management tools
  • Experience running effective process improvement projects
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Operational Analyst / Historical Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience as a digital archivist, including in-depth archiving techniques and processes, and comprehension of digital and film records, photographs, other print images, and audio formats
  • Experience with the proper storage and handling of both classified and unclassified material
  • Experience with information management or IT support
  • Knowledge of DoD policies, regulations, and procedures regarding physical security, document security, information assurance, and Cybersecurity
  • Top Secret clearance
  • Experience with working as a unit or organization information security manager preferred
  • Experience in working with geospatial information, including digital and analog maps and satellite imagery preferred
  • Windows Desktop Administrator Certification preferred
  • CompTIA Security+ Officer Certification preferred
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Document Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Scan records to Intact system
  • Archive records and maintain filing list for records stored in outside storage location
  • Communicate with outside storage location supplier for archiving, retrieval and destruction. Evaluate the supplier as per SOP QAM-213 Evaluation of suppliers
  • Arrange copies of records as per C of A order (client request) and send to client. Assures time is accounted for the activities to charge clients
  • Send records to an approved offsite storage location on client request
  • Provide Scan Packet Cover Sheet and Raw Data Cover Sheet
  • Retrieve and re-file records when requested
  • Provide testing record for client and SGS personnel
  • Maintain Record Retrieval Log
  • Provide mutual back-up support to other member in the team as required
  • Process in coming and out going mail when assigned
  • Communicate in a timely manner on all levels with information that is needed to make a quick decision
  • Attend training sessions and ensure that training binder is current. Have a training record for every SOP version executed; If absent during training sessions, ensure training is performed and documented
  • College Diploma: For this position is the organization skills, systematizing and being detailed oriented not to make mistakes important and not so much the education
  • Experience in organization of records is preferred; detailed work assignments and long time focus in previous employment assignments
  • An Archivist who has proven record of bringing effectiveness to processes and ability to be detailed and focused on any job assigned
  • An Archivist who has excellent organization skills and is detail oriented. Systematization is his/her strength. Likes a repetitive work. Can improve a process to a high effectiveness
  • Must be able to read, understand and follow work instructions in a safe, accurate and timely manner
  • Candidates must be proficient in using various types of computer software (Word, Excel. PowerPoint & Outlook)
  • Proven ability to manage and coordinate multiple projects in a fast-paced, highly professional environment
  • Candidates must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills including grammar and composition
  • Ability to work well with others & independently
  • Proven time management skills and a strong attention to detail
  • Extended hours and shift work may be required from time to time
  • Ensures full compliance with the company’s Health & Safety, Code of Integrity, and Professional Conduct policies
  • Appropriate attitude, constant vigilance, attention to detail and following Training SOP for training and training records
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Electronic Records Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains the investment management email and electronic document management system (Real Estate Dynamo)
  • Regularly updates the system with emails and documents via investment professionals
  • Communicates issues encountered to management
  • Recommends appropriate changes and acts as a liaison with vendor as necessary to process account updates and resolve user issues
  • Coordinates amendments, side letters and other investment documents or changes
  • Collaborates with Manager and Western & Southern Legal/Compliance and recommends changes to the process where necessary
  • Coordinates the processing of all investment-related documents, including nondisclosure agreements, investment recommendations, amendments and correspondence/side letters
  • Provides email and document information to investment professionals as needed
  • Works closely with investment professionals to confirm all due diligence tasks have been documented
  • Ensures documents have been archived and/or purged per ERG’s Books and Records Policy
  • Coordinates all closing documentation and confirms all contact information with investment professionals
  • Acts as the primary contact for ad-hoc investment data and/or reports from software archive system
  • Assists with the overall report distribution process to investment partners by providing requested documents
  • Interacts routinely with senior investment professionals, including Investment Management, Structured Equity Investments, Asset Management, Construction Management, Mortgage Loan, Business Development, Legal and Compliance
  • Updates and maintains the Books and Records section of the Compliance Manual as needed
  • Provides administrative support to the Investment Management team as needed
  • Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills with ability to convey information to internal and external customers, at all levels, in a clear, accurate, focused and concise manner
  • Demonstrated ability to document procedures and activities in a manner that is understandable to others and prepared using a prescribed format
  • Proven proficient proofreading and editing skills, demonstrating a strong use of the English language to include exemplary knowledge, in verbal and written format, of the elements of grammar, punctuation, diction and spelling proficiency
  • Demonstrated strong social interaction skills on the telephone and in person
  • Proven experience handling client inquiries and general communications on the telephone
  • Demonstrated commitment to providing a superior level of customer and stakeholder service
  • Proven self-starter with experience coordinating multiple projects simultaneously and completing assigned tasks accurately and on a timely basis
  • Proven ability to work well under minimal supervision and coordinate with team members as necessary
  • Demonstrated high level of attention to detail as well as excellent organizational skills. Cite examples of organization and time management methods used to manage or prioritize workload demands
  • Proven familiarity with software systems, including document management, record keeping and reporting
  • Proven experience handling confidential information and correspondence and a familiarity with methods and approaches to maintaining confidentiality
  • Proven successful experience working in a professional environment
  • Demonstrated strong analytical skills, including identifying, defining and resolving client problems/issues, collecting or interpreting data to establish facts, draw valid conclusions and provide effective and creative resolutions
  • Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and team participation skills
  • Exceptional knowledge and proficiency of Microsoft Office and data management applications
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Assistant, Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Save audio and metadata to archiving database
  • Assist with archival research & development projects for Programming as needed
  • Previous experience with radio programming and/or library cataloging systems
  • Ability to recognize and analyze data, and assess value to archiving
  • Strong knowledge of various programming genres
  • Ability to pay attention to details and be organized
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Records Manager / Archivist for Operations Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversees the management and provision of records storage services for University offices, faculty and staff and management of records center accounts at the Harvard Depository. Reviews and resolves problems in order to authorize transfers of institutional records to records storage at the Harvard Depository or to the University Archives
  • Communicates records management policies and practices throughout the University in a variety of forums. Trains and assists University staff in understanding University records policy and effective records management techniques
  • With the advice of the Sr. Records Manager/Archivist, writes, implements, and maintains records management procedures and guidelines
  • Assists with the development of general and office-specific records schedules based on administrative, financial, legal, and historical assessments of University records
  • Advises on operational and compliance responsibilities relating to the lifecycle management of University records regardless of media or format. Performs business process assessments, recommending solutions to records management issues. Identifies records for retention or destruction using approved University records schedules, including identifying records that should be transferred to the University Archives, and participates in special records management projects, particularly those related to legacy issues
  • See more duties and responsibilities in the Additional Information section, below
  • Master’s degree in library science, information science, or information management, with archival or records management studies required. A combination of an appropriate bachelor’s degree and significant workplace experience in archives or records management may be substituted for the master’s degree as appropriate
  • Minimum 2 years professional experience in a records management or archives environment, preferably in an institutional, university setting
  • Evidence of current knowledge of laws, regulations, rules and directives applicable to the various record types created and maintained in a university/academic setting, and the ability to research updates to such laws, regulations, rules and directives, along with any trends and “best practices” in the field of records management
  • Knowledge of computer systems and databases, preferably MS Office applications including Excel and Access
  • Experience developing and presenting educational sessions and workshops required
  • Must have a current driver’s license and be willing to drive to offsite meetings and settings
  • Must be able to regularly lift 40 lb. records storage boxes
  • Strong analytical and communication/presentation skills and active client-service orientation are essential
  • Must demonstrate an ability to manage a variety of projects and tasks in a complex and dynamic environment, work in high pressure situations, and work effectively at all levels of the University community
  • Preferred formal coursework in records management
  • Experience managing or handling electronic records
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills evidenced by success in a collaborative environment
  • Must demonstrate an ability to manage a variety of projects and tasks in a complex and dynamic. environment and work effectively at all levels of the University community
  • Capacity to thrive in an environment of change
  • Must be detail-oriented, able to work independently and as part of a team, collaborative, and flexible
  • Record of service to the profession preferred
  • With the Senior Records Manager/Archivist and other departments at the University (e.g. Center for Workplace Development) develops and implements effective training for employees on records management matters
  • Identifies and promotes the maintenance of historical records to preserve institutional memory and heritage, including assessing with other HUA staff the long-term value of University offices’ records and faculty research data to the University and the Archives, and brings historical archival records into the Archives. Assesses, appraises and facilitates transfer of archival University records to the HUA
  • Participates in the planning of information systems and applications to ensure that both paper and electronic records are maintained and transferred to the Archives as appropriate
  • Assists with the retrieval of records, as appropriate, to meet legal requests for documentation, including responses to subpoenas and similar requests for records or information
  • As necessary, assists the Collection Development Curator/Archivist with packing and preparing personal/historical archives for transfer to the University Archives
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Temporary Processing Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from an archival science program or MLIS program with coursework in archival management
  • Prior experience in archival processing and description
  • Ability to lift boxes up to 50 pounds
  • Good computer skills and competency in Microsoft Office systems
  • Good writing and communication skills
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Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Managing the archives (Final Reports, Study Documentation, Non-Scannables, etc.)
  • Developing solutions when unique situations arise concerning system usage
  • Working during first-shift operations and committing to overtime when required to implement changes
  • Communicating availability
  • Managing record and sample retention program within the Science Center
  • May include Electronic Training System (eLearn) Resource
  • At least 6 months of experience filing or archiving in a GLP regulated environment
  • Proficiency with related software applications including Word, Excel and Adobe
  • Experience in data entry, handling electronic files
  • Strong technical capability, verbal and written communication skills and effective interpersonal skills
  • Above average organizational skills, detail-oriented, able to adapt to changing priorities
  • Basic understanding of Quality System regulations and standards
  • Knowledge of FDA 21 CFR Part 58
  • Knowledge of computer applications such as electronic scanning programs (e.g. MDIS)
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Processing Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience processing archival collections in a special collections library or archive
  • Experience describing and cataloging archival materials
  • Experience with library systems (for example, Ex Libris/ALMA, OCLC, and Aeon)
  • Experience applying current national data content and structure standards, including DACS and EAD
  • Familiarity with XML editing tools (for example, oXygen)
  • Knowledge of XSLT and XSLT processing
  • Knowledge of project management practices
  • Knowledge of basic preservation standards for archival materials
  • Experience with public services in an archives or library setting
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Mellon Institute Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Appraise and process the records of the Mellon Institute according to accepted archival principles and develop a finding aid using Archivists’ Toolkit
  • Identify material in the collection appropriate for digitization or exhibition
  • Assist the Archives’ faculty and staff in outreach through the development of exhibits, programming, and research guides related to the collection
  • Identify materials in other archival collections relevant to the merger celebration
  • Provide reference support related to the Archives’ collections by staffing the Archives reading room and by responding to general reference requests
  • Ability to work independently, as a team member, and across organizational boundaries
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to new projects and situations
  • Strong communication (oral and written), interpersonal, and presentation skills
  • Excellent analytical skills and problem solving skills, combined with attention to detail
  • Bachelor’s degree with coursework in history
  • Experience working in an archive or comparable environment
  • Experience processing archival collections
  • Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program, or advanced degree in a relevant field
  • Knowledge of archival standards and practices
  • Knowledge of Archivists’ Toolkit and/or ArchivesSpace
  • Knowledge of metadata and digital imaging standards
  • Interest in the history of scientific research
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Martin Anderson Papers Project Archivist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work, with strong project management skills, and the ability to use considerable judgment and initiative
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, flexibility, and the ability to work in a team as well as independently
  • Demonstrated consistent accuracy and attention to detail while maintaining a very high level of productivity
  • Established understanding of the principles of archival arrangement, and description
  • Experience working with large records collections
  • Comprehensive understanding of primary source research
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  • Prepare finding aids
  • Develop outreach materials and opportunities for the processed collections
  • Proper handling of