DescriptionDIGITAL ARCHIVIST (Full-time) in Westchester County, NY
The Winthrop Group’s Information & Archival Services Division has an immediate opening for a full-time forward-looking, system-savvy, hands-on Digital Archivist to assist with data migration and maintain accession workflows for the electronic records and digital assets of one of the world’s largest and most influential technology and consulting corporations.
Reporting to the Winthrop's Manager of Information & Archival Services and the client's Corporate Archivist, the Digital Archivist will oversee metadata clean-up, generate usage reports, and assist with quality assurance and quality control.
Major tasks and responsibilities:
Play active role in acquisition, arrangement and description, preservation, and providing secure access to born-digital and digitized collections
Employ agile (iterative) methodology for fixity and data validation quality assurance and quality control reviews
Collaborate with Corporate Archivist, Processing Archivist, and IT to identify problems, troubleshoot, fix and improve processing
Participate in ongoing development and contribute to policies and workflows
MLS/MLIS or MA in History program, with a concentration in archives
Minimum of two to three years work in an archival setting
Knowledge of digital archives theory and practice standards and technologies
Detail-oriented with ability to manage multiple projects
Experience with working in corporate archives
Appropriate coursework and/or Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) certificate
Familiarity with different digital formats and types of metadata
Previous experience overseeing a data migration project
Proficiency in using collection management systems
Competitive rate based on experience and qualifications.
Please send a resume; a list of at least three references including names, titles, postal and email addresses, and telephone numbers; and a brief description of relevant experience(s) to David Kay, at email@example.com.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:40 UTC