The Digital Archivist is responsible for identifying, organizing, and archiving digital assets, including art and multimedia content. The Digital Archivist may also assist with clerical functions related to game development, assisting with English and translated game content, and maintaining tools and procedures. This role also documents and assigns metadata for future use in a Digital Asset Management system. Maintain and catalogue a global archive of … Continue reading Chicago, IL: Digital Archivist, Scientific Games
Actively participates within a team supporting the IT needs of library staff and patrons. Leads the development of modern, sustainable, and accessible library web interfaces in a variety of platforms including OUCampus, bepress Digital Commons, CONTENTdm, and Springshare products. Provides application development for AR, VR, XR and 3D integration into digital scholarship research projects. Provides infrastructure support for digital scholarship projects led by the Coordinator … Continue reading Milwaukee, WI: Web and Digital Scholarship Technologies Librarian, Marquette University
Coordinate and manage the development and implementation of metadata strategies for the Libraries’ digital content, including digital scholarship, born-digital archives, digitized content, streaming audio and video content, and research data. Develop workflow processes for digital content. Train department staff on metadata creation and coordinate their work. Participate in the evaluation of platforms for storage, discovery, and delivery of digital content. Provide support for the management … Continue reading Milwaukee, WI: Digital Access and Metadata Librarian, Marquette University
Manage the lifecycle of StoryCorps’ digital assets, including processing, reporting, and dissemination of audio and photo files, interview records, and other related information. Create an archive and database-specific training curricula and assist in the training of new staff on archival processes. Support and evaluate over 25 field staff on archival and recording work through regular written reports that providing essential feedback on data entry and … Continue reading Brooklyn, NY: Archivist, StoryCorps
The Lawrenceville School’s Stephan Archives seeks an Archival Digitization and Research Intern to assist with digitizing historical documents located in The Hamill Papers, a collection that encompasses the correspondence of Rev. Samuel McClintock Hamill (1812-1889), the School’s longest-serving Head Master (1837-1883). The intern will assist the School’s Project Archivist with the digitization of the collection, the creation of metadata, the transcribing of select documents, and … Continue reading Lawrenceville, NJ: Archival Digitization and Research Internship – Hamill Papers, The Lawrenceville School
Arrange and organize archival collections of Burger Television (BTV) footage, both digital and physical videos. Serve as a Librarian for BTV and A/V department – help archive, organize, maintain, and provide access to materials. Responsible for uploading metadata on all archive material to create a searchable database. Access and ingest footage and archive materials into the new archive system. Strong experience with archiving and catalog … Continue reading Baldwin Park, CA: A/V Archive Technician, In-N-Out Burger
This position assists in managing the collections digital data, collections management database (The Museum System, TMS), and application administration in support of the department’s mission as stewards of the collection, ensure an accurate inventory, and accessibility by the public. Evaluates, plans, and coordinates in conjunction with IT, activities necessary for the operation and maintenance of The Museum System (TMS) and associated components such as eMuseum, … Continue reading McClellan, CA: Staff Services Analyst (Permanent Intermittent), California State Parks
To assist the Digital Platforms Manager and Archives Specialist on the description, preservation, and accessibility of one of the most significant bodies of work of a single photojournalist. Ensures that the museum and the archive are adhering to best practices in archival stewardship. Assists the museum in the creation of broad archival strategy for future projects. Link to job posting. Continue reading Hanover, NH: James Nachtwey Archive Fellow, Dartmouth College
The University of Alabama seeks a proactive, team-oriented, and creative person to serve as Instructional Design Librarian. This position serves a dual role as a librarian participating in multimodal library and information literacy instruction and as an instructional design specialist directly developing content and training liaison librarians who are building instructional design projects.
The ideal candidate will have the ability to work collaboratively and creatively with University Libraries faculty and staff to plan, develop, and deliver asynchronous and classroom library instruction. This includes training and working with librarians to design active learning environments, multimedia tutorials, and other digital learning objects. This also includes working with staff and faculty in the Sanford Media Center to design programmatic curricula for multimodal projects and instruction. The Instructional Design Librarian will also develop and support training activities for best practices in utilizing instructional technology tools. Continue reading “Tuscaloosa, AL: Instructional Design Librarian – Assistant Professor, University of Alabama Libraries”
Position Title: Youth Services Librarian
Position Status: Part-time. Hourly.
Appointing Authority: Library Director
Supervisor: Head of Youth Services
Are you a librarian with an ALA-accredited Masters’ Degree program in Library/Information Studies?
Are you an energetic, creative, service-oriented person who enjoys working with the public?
If so, we want you to join our team at Whitefish Bay Public Library!
The Whitefish Bay Public Library has an opening for a part-time Youth Services Librarian. We are seeking a team member who is:
-Service oriented and enjoys providing exceptional customer service to people of all ages, especially children and teens.
-Passionate about building community and creating connections.
-Experienced and enthusiastic in programming for youth, especially storytime.
-Adapt at working in a fast-paced environment that requires multi-tasking while maintaining a welcoming, warm demeanor.
This position requires a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science; beginning librarians and candidates nearing completion of the MLIS (i.e. within 2 months) are welcome to apply. Continue reading “Whitefish Bay, WI: Youth Services Librarian (part-time), Whitefish Bay Public Library”