Brooklyn, NY: Archivist, StoryCorps

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 audio and photographic standards. Coordinate the formation of Community Archives and other content-sharing partnerships with organizations across the country, including assembling and delivering materials, and overseeing the drafting and signing of content-sharing agreements. Support Marketing & Communications in the development of a streamlined repository for internal and outward-facing promotional materials, including participating in the development of a comprehensive vetting and approval process. Support StoryCorps’ mission by participating in various organization-wide planning committees and interdepartmental teams. Ensure integrity of archival assets by implementing, managing technological systems that monitor all aspects of our digital preservation / OAIS workflow, from ingest to deposit at the Library of Congress.

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