Assists with building and managing archival and special collections record groups and unit related digital collections, historical manuscript collections, as well as rare book holdings. With respect to the archival and special collections areas, responsible for digitization, web site development/enhancements, and cataloging through OCLC. Assists with the application and promulgation of standards and best practices in providing access to archival and manuscript collections through finding … Continue reading Bonaventure, NY: Archives & Special Collections Associate Librarian, St. Bonaventure University
Leading the conception, development and implementation of technology projects that meet the goals and objectives of the Libraries and the university; conform to establish standards, and are completed on time and within budget; Developing effective technologies, solutions, collaborations, and partnerships in data curation, digitization, and digital scholarship that advance the current and future needs of UB’s faculty, staff, students, and communities; Providing overall direction for … Continue reading Buffalo, NY: Associate University Librarian for Distinctive Collections and Digital Programs, University of Buffalo
Reports to Head of Cataloging. Digitizes materials for inclusion into the digital collections of the Fordham University Libraries. Converts cataloging reports into spreadsheets/databases. Uploads digital content to the libraries’ digital collections as needed. Reviews digital content to extract needed metadata under the supervision of Head of Cataloging and Metadata Management Librarian. Reviews scanned images for quality assurance. Assists in de-duplication research using various online sources. … Continue reading Rose Hill, NY: Metadata Support Assistant, Fordham University
Work with the librarians managing Southeast Asia library collections in the US and abroad to produce ideas for digitization projects within and between their collections. Collaborate with other librarians to write grant proposals to support digitization efforts at the various Southeast Asia collections. Lead projects to digitize Southeast Asia related content and collect born digital resources. Work closely with staff at NIU libraries who manage … Continue reading Ithaca, NY: Southeast Asia Digital Librarian, Cornell University
Responsible for the asset management of the Met media archive, consisting of approximately 2,000 broadcasts and related physical and digital masters and elements. Administration of annual archive budget and invoicing. Assessment of archive status including: Current software tools, Preservation of physical assets, Redundancy and possible reduction of physical assets. Evaluation and establishment of information/logging protocols. Duplication and labeling of screener DVDs and data discs for … Continue reading New York, NY: Media Archivist, MET Opera
The NYU Health Sciences Library welcomes applicants for the position of Data Services Librarian, a faculty appointment in the NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Entry-level and early career librarians are encouraged to apply. The Data Services Librarian will develop new classes/workshops and provide classroom-based, small group, and individual data trainings, including but not limited to research data management. The successful candidate will also contribute to … Continue reading New York, NY: Data Services Librarian, NYU Health Sciences Library
Leads overall strategy, implementation, and workflow designs of the asset management system. Manages the phased migration of legacy media assets into the MAMS, in coordination with the engineering, IT, archives, digital, and marketing teams. Acts as product owner and primary liaison between NYPR and MAM vendor. Creates and manages new users and group access and permissions. Implements and configures the MAMS system to accommodate NYPR’s … Continue reading New York, NY: Digital Asset Manager, New York Public Radio
1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East is the largest, fastest growing and most progressive union in the United States, representing over 300,000 hospital, nursing home, homecare and human service workers. The members of 1199 SEIU are driven by a mission to achieve affordable, quality healthcare for all. We are currently looking for researchers based in New York City.
The researcher will use a variety of skills to develop and implement public issues campaigns related to the union’s organizing goals. The overall work consists of performing in-depth research to understand health care providers’ operations, to detail employers’ practices, to track industry trends, and to guide the union’s relationships with other stakeholders. The researcher will summarize and interpret data from a variety of public and private sources including: regulatory filings, financial statements, cost reports and public health surveys. They will present complex issues/findings, both in writing and orally, to a range of audiences including government regulators, politicians, organizers, members and local and International Union staff/leaders. Continue reading “New York, NY: Researcher, 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East”
1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East is the largest, fastest growing and most progressive union in the United States, representing over 300,000 hospital, nursing home, homecare and human service workers. The members of 1199 SEIU are driven by a mission to achieve affordable, quality healthcare for all. We are currently looking for a Lead Researcher based in New York City.
The lead researcher will use a variety of skills to develop and implement public issues campaigns related to the union’s organizing goals. The overall work consists of leading a team dedicated performing in-depth research to understand health care providers’ operations; This includes detailing employers’ practices and tracking industry and regulatory trends, in order to guide the union’s relationships with other stakeholders. The Lead Researcher will develop a deep understanding of the healthcare industry in order to interact with union leadership and other stakeholders within and outside of the labor movement, in order to plan and assess strategic projects and campaigns. Continue reading “New York, NY: Lead Researcher, 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East”
Survey, process, arrange and describe archival collections using ArchivesSpace. Conduct item-level cataloging using Past Perfect when appropriate. Support continued development and iteration of born-digital processing and access program. Contribute to stacks maintenance of archival collections across multiple facilities. Respond to and manage staff- and researcher-requested reproductions of collection items. Distribute assets to internal users and external partners. Conduct in-house digitization of assets as needed, according … Continue reading Brooklyn, NY: Archivist, Brooklyn Historical Society