Footlocker.com / Eastbay operates the direct to consumer business for Foot Locker, Inc. – the world’s leading retailer of athletically inspired footwear and apparel. Our brands include Foot Locker, Eastbay, Champs Sports, Footaction, Kids Foot Locker, Lady Foot Locker and SIX:02. In fact we manage 16 of the largest sport inspired web and mobile sites on the net, which enjoy over 250 million visits per year. We are searching for a Digital Asset Management Librarian to work with multiple marketing and visual media teams worldwide to organize, maintain and manage sharing of all assets.
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Digital Lab ManagerApply now
Date: Aug 22, 2017
Location: Cincinnati, OH, US
The Digital Lab Manager is a (3-year renewable) position in the University of Cincinnati Libraries. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and diverse organization in a great university, great city, with high potential for interesting technical work.
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- Review and curate content in a high-volume, fast-pace, deadline-oriented environment with an emphasis on evaluating images for overall quality, artistic merit, technical execution
- Uphold best-in-class curation practices in adherence with Adobe’s aesthetic, technical and legal standards
- Provide time-sensitive, comprehensive curation feedback to business stakeholders
- Create content collections and marketing materials
- Manage and track content ingestion
- Collaborate across Adobe’s global content team to ensure best practices and scalability of processes
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Digital Collections Management Librarian
The Texas A&M University Libraries seeks an innovative and collaborative professional to support our expanding programs in digital collections management. Reporting to the Dean through the Director of the Office of Scholarly Communications, this person will have an integral role in the development of the University Libraries’ emergent digital asset management ecosystem (DAME), including an existing DSpace institutional repository and a Fedora repository currently under development. This is a tenure-track academic appointment, carrying full faculty status and responsibilities including librarianship, scholarship, and professional service to meet both the Libraries’ and University’s requirements for promotion and tenure.
The DAME provides the technical infrastructure for access, management, and preservation of digitized and born-digital content and cultural heritage materials. The person will work closely with other managers of DAME components, including a Digital Scholarship Librarian (current overarching DAME management), Data Librarian (Dataverse), Researcher Information Systems Librarian (VIVO), and Digital Preservation Librarian (Archivematica) and the Metadata and Cataloging unit in developing the DAME. The person will also work with library subject specialists, curators, and collections owners across the university to assist them with getting their collections into the DAME.
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Join Cooper Hewitt’s Drawings, Prints & Graphic Design Department! Cooper Hewitt’s Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design (DPGD) department, among the world’s foremost repositories of European and American works on paper, holds over 147,000 drawings and prints dating from the Renaissance to the present. A noted strength is American 19th- and 20th-century drawings and prints, including major holdings of works by Frederic Edwin Church, Winslow Homer, Robert F. Blum, Samuel Colman, Kenyon Cox, William Hunt Diederich, Daniel Huntington, Christina Malman, Thomas Moran, Alice Cordelia Morse, Elihu Vedder and Whitney Warren. This significant portion of Cooper Hewitt’s collection provides a unique record of the evolution and working methods of accomplished 19th- and early 20th-century American artists and designers.
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The Cataloguer will be a key member of the Cataloguing and Research team regarding all for-profit auctions, originating out of the New York, London, and Los Angeles offices.
● Research property for cataloguing using online databases as well as Internet, industry
outreach, and print resources and verify item authenticity, provenance, medium as well
as the artist’s biography
● Assess and inspect in-house property for auction cataloguing and to create condition
reports for items as needed
● Research comparables to assist in valuations
● Write well-crafted, engaging auction lot descriptions
● Assist in the vetting of property with sales team and amending cataloguing accordingly
● Support Sales and Marketing teams with research-based selling points and information
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The Digital Platforms Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day management of the collections database and digital assets management system, as well as other digital platforms, and contributes to the digitization of the collection.
Skills & Knowledge
• Working knowledge of digital asset management systems, collections databases, and website development tools.
• Excellent written and spoken communication skills, including the ability to collaborate with staff at all levels across the institution, and with outside organizations and vendors.
• Excellent working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and basic HTML.
• Thorough working knowledge of current digital archiving standards and best practices, including file naming, metadata standards and workflows, and file formats for still and video assets.
• Thorough understanding of digital still image file creation, including image size, bit depth, color profiling, image resolution, and compression.
• Excellent attention to detail and follow-up skills.
• Ability to work under multiple deadlines.
• Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse community.
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Associate Librarian for Digital Strategies
Dartmouth College Library seeks an innovative, creative, and forward-thinking leader for the new role of Associate Librarian for Digital Strategies (“Associate Librarian”). The Associate Librarian will have the opportunity to lead the development and implementation of an overarching digital strategy for the Library in close collaboration with and ever-mindful of the students and faculty whom the Library serves. The Associate Librarian will seek to have impact beyond the Library and even beyond the campus by helping to enrich and deepen connections between researchers and innovators, and by embracing the role of the Library in making available and preserving digital knowledge for all. S/he will identify and prioritize the tools, partnerships, and approaches that will most powerfully advance the teaching, learning, and research mission of Dartmouth in the largest sense. S/he will also seek to ensure that these resources are readily accessible to and useable by those who wish to use them. Finally, the Associate Librarian will also play a critical external role by establishing effective networks regionally, nationally, and globally to explore new partnerships, resources, and initiatives that support the Library’s strategic mission.
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This position provides reference services to museum patrons and staff, the scholarly community and the general public in support of the VMFA’s educational mission.
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About the Agency
These positions are located in the Digital Content Management Section, Digital Collections Management and Services Division, Technology Policy Directorate, Library Services.
The position description number for these positions is 349875.
The salary range indicated reflects the locality pay adjustments for the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan area.
The incumbents of these positions will work a flextime or compflex work schedule.
These are non-supervisory, bargaining unit positions.
Relocation expenses will not be authorized for the person(s) selected under this vacancy announcement.
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