DescriptionLibrary and Archives Technical Administrator – Part-Time (approximately 20 hour week)
Nature of the Position: Administers and maintains the Society’s print and electronic library resources and archives collections.
Organizes, maintains, and conserves the print and electronic library and archives collections and provides appropriate access to the collections to staff, members, and other users.
Regularly adds to and catalogues the print and electronic archive. Acquires additional materials for the library and archives collections.
Fulfills information and research requests from staff, members, and other users.
Manages and maintains the ASLA Fellows database, ASLA Collections database and the Books by ASLA Members.
Supports and serves as a staff executive to the Archives and Collections Committee along with the managing director.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Environment, Culture, and Values: ASLA’s commitment to sustainability and stewardship of the land is reflected in the organizational culture and values and in the work environment. The organization embraces the “Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence” – a leadership and performance management framework. ASLA values are dedication, excellence, integrity, leadership, and stewardship. The ASLA culture is collaborative, member-focused, accountable, responsible, and volunteer-supported, The work environment is a four-story building currently undergoing a major interior renovation scheduled for completion in 2016; the redesigned building will be LEED Platinum and WELL Building certified. The building is located one-and-a-half blocks from the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro Station serving the Red, Yellow, and Green Lines. ASLA is recognized as a Best Workplace for Commuters and as one of the Washington region’s Healthiest Employers. The ASLA building is Energy Star certified and uses 100 percent renewable wind energy.
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Published: Monday, August 1, 2016 17:28 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:40 UTC