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  • Wednesday, December 04, 2019 6:36 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Archivist

    (December 4, 2019)

    THE ROLE

    The StoryCorps Archivist is a critical member of the Recording & Archive Department. The Recording & Archive Department is responsible for overseeing the technical aspects of StoryCorps’ recording process and assuring the integrity and accessibility of StoryCorps’ archive of over 75,000 born-digital signature audio interviews and over 180,000 interviews recorded using the StoryCorps App.

    The Archivist takes a lead role in developing, planning, and implementing training sessions for staff and regularly provides individual feedback and support to facilitators and other staff. The Archivist is responsible for the transfer and review of interview materials and delivering interview materials to local, regional, and national archive partners. The StoryCorps Archivist is responsible for the continued growth and development of the StoryCorps Institutional Archive. In addition, the Archivist plays an essential role in supporting the continued development of StoryCorps’ public-facing archive platform.

    StoryCorps records, shares, and preserves stories from a diverse range of participants of all backgrounds and beliefs. The Archivist will support interdepartmental efforts to increase diversity in the StoryCorps’ Archive, and candidates with experience developing and sustaining outreach / archival partnerships with diverse/underserved communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

    WHAT YOU’LL DO

    Manage the lifecycle of StoryCorps’ digital assets, including processing, reporting, and dissemination of audio and photo files, interview records, and other related information.

    Create 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 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.

    Promote the StoryCorps Archive through internal and external events, conference presentations, and more.

    Perform other duties to support the Recording & Archive department, as assigned

    ABOUT YOU

    You believe and are interested in supporting the mission of StoryCorps.

    You hold a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science or related field or a Bachelor’s degree plus equivalent relevant work experience.

    You have experience working in Mac OS platform, as well as a proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.

    You’re organized, have a keen attention to detail, and you’re able to multitask effectively.

    You have strong problem-solving skills

    You are flexible and adaptable to a growing, changing organization.

    You have cultural humility and an ability to work successfully with diverse groups of people.

    You love working closely with a team and feel comfortable with resolving conflict.

    You are able to self-direct in completing projects.

    You know how to communicate effectively – whether that’s by email, phone or in person.

    PREFERRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

    You have 2 years’ experience processing digital assets and related materials.

    You are proficient in a non-English language (Spanish, Mandarin, and/or Arabic strongly preferred).

    You have previous experience working with audiovisual materials.

    You are familiar with digital audio recording and photography techniques.

    You have advanced skills in Excel, experience in SQL and Python


  • Wednesday, December 04, 2019 6:33 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Archivist

    (December 4, 2019)

    Archivist – Peter Beard Studio

    Artist’s archive looking for an Archivist who will report to the Executive Director and work with the Archivist. The Archivist will care for the contents of the Peter Beard Archive, and assist with research, exhibition planning, and other creative projects.

    Qualifications:

    • Master’s Degree in Information and Library Science, Archival Studies, or Museum Studies.
    • 1 to 2 years of experience working in an archival setting preferred.
    • Knowledge of archival best practices and standards.
    • Knowledge and experience handling large complex works of art.
    • Experience with ArtBase, Microsoft Office.
    • Familiarity with archival housing and preservation.
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with excellent time management skills.
    • Knowledge of and interest in contemporary art.
    • Basic understanding of digital imaging standards and formats, Adobe Creative Suite.
    • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Flexibility and strong follow through on work assignments.
    • Attentiveness to detail with special attention to accuracy.
    • Exhibit an enthusiastic, professional, responsible and self-motivated attitude.
    • Familiarity with Social Media.

    Responsibilities:

    • Organize and catalog correspondence.
    • Create finding aids.
    • Perform research for exhibitions.
    • Provide access to archival materials to researchers.
    • Assist with sales presentations.
    • Catalog artworks using ArtBase
    • Assist with research works coming up for auction.
    • Re-sleeve and re-house artworks.
    • Mount recently finished works.
    • Scan paper records to make searching for data faster and more accurate.
    • Scan all formats of film.
    • Identify works with conservation issues.
    • Posting to Social Media.

    Please send your cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to: infopb@peterbeard.com


  • Tuesday, November 19, 2019 8:01 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Congregation Archivist

    (November 19, 2019)

    We are looking for a dedicated professional for the position of Congregation Archivist, to be located on the campus of St. Michael Villa in Enlgewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

    This key position will have overall responsibility for the archives collection. Included among principal tasks are those of acquisition, assessment, processing and reference, preservation, records management, planning, budget preparation and management, security, search and retrieval systems as well as related community outreach, oversight of the collections environment to ensure proper preservation of the collection. The archivist works directly with and for the Congregation Leadership Team.

    Two to three years of professional archives experience and bachelor's degree required. Masters in library science, history or related field with graduate training in archives management preferred.

    Full time salaried position in the range of $49,000 to $62,000 (depending on experience) plus benefits.

    https://csjp.org/news/2019/11/19/now-hiring-congregation-archivist/

    Closing date for application to be by 5:00 pm on Monday, January 5, 2020.

    To Apply: Please send Resume/CV and cover letter expressing how previous experience is relevant and why they are interested int his job to csjphumanresources@gmail.com


  • Monday, November 18, 2019 8:29 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Preservation Specialist

    (November 18, 2019)

    The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) is seeking a Preservation Specialist for our Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York (DHPSNY) program. Under the general guidance of the DHPSNY Program Manager, the DHPSNY Preservation Specialist contributes to the mission of DHPSNY through implementation of educational programs, preservation surveys, outreach, and information services to libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, and other organizations throughout New York State. This position is a part of a collaborative effort that makes it necessary to be highly engaged with the DHPSNY team.

    DHPSNY is a program of the New York State Department of Education with services provided by the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts. The position requires frequent travel to New York State and is guaranteed through March 2021 with the potential for renewal.

    Key Responsibilities:

    Conducts on-site preservation surveys with written reports for libraries, archives, museums, and other organizations with historic and/or cultural collections throughout New York State.

    Develops, presents, and organizes educational programs and workshops.

    Presents lectures and prepares both in-person and webinar programs for professional and lay audiences to promote awareness of preservation concerns and practices.

    Provides technical information via telephone, e-mail, and in print on preservation topics.

    Maintains familiarity with preservation literature. Assists in updating and expanding the range of technical literature available through CCAHA. Writes articles for publication.

    Participates in conferences and other archival activities on a local, regional, and national level.

    Qualifications include training in and thorough understanding of preservation principles, practice and issues; experience in conducting and writing preservation assessments and other planning documents for cultural institutions; talent in teaching and public speaking; excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills; ability to work independently; MLS in Archives (or equivalent) or MS in Conservation and a minimum of two years of experience working in a library, archive, museum, or historic site.

    Send letter of application, resume, writing sample (archival/preservation assessment if relevant), and three references via email with the subject line “DHPSNY Preservation Specialist Application” to: Ms. Anastasia Matijkiw, DHPSNY Program Manager, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts, amatijkiw@dhpsny.org. Position is open until filled; applications received by December 6th, 2019, will receive priority review.


  • Friday, November 15, 2019 9:54 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Associate Archivist

    (November 15, 2019)

    DEPARTMENT: Special Collections and Records Management

    SUPERVISOR: Director of Special Collections and Records Management

    HOURS: 35 hours per week. Monday through Friday. 9am-5pm

    GRADE: 4 - Salaried Exempt

    GENERAL PURPOSE

    Molloy College seeks a creative and proactive Associate Archivist to join our Special Collections and Records Management team. The Associate Archivist works collaboratively to implement sustainable solutions for managing and expanding digital collections, and is responsible for accessioning and processing institutional records in both paper and electronic formats. Responsibilities also include providing reference services and participating on special projects.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Assists with establishing and developing best practices, procedures and effective workflows relating to electronic records.
    • Manages website collections using Archive-It.
    • Assists with digitization projects.
    • Creates and maintains online exhibits and mobile experiences.
    • Receives records transfers, verifies inventories and provides support for records management activities in accordance with established procedures and schedules
    • Participates in the processing of archival collections in all formats including re-housing, arrangement and description activities.
    • Develops processing plans and workflows.
    • Prepares and improves descriptive metadata for collections, creates database records and finding aids.
    • Participates in departmental outreach activities.
    • Provides archives and records related instruction in both classroom and workplace settings.
    • Performs other duties as needed

    DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Master's degree from an ALA-accredited Library and Information Science program, History, or related field with graduate level archival course work
    • 2 years' experience working with archival collections
    • Working knowledge of professional standards and best practices for archives
    • Working knowledge of collections management systems
    • Intermediate skills in digital imaging, scanning and editing
    • Demonstrated intermediate skills working with Microsoft Office and Adobe Suite
    • Ability to establish positive working relationships and communicate effectively, orally and in writing
    • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team with a collaborative approach to problem solving
    • Must be able and willing to lift up to 40 lbs.; stand and/or sit for long periods; navigate step stools, and ladders
    • Preferred working knowledge of metadata standards such as Dublin core, EAD, DACS and controlled vocabularies
    • Preferred experience with using one or more of the following: Archive-It, ArchivesSpace, Preservica, GuidebyCell or InMagic Presto

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED

    • May supervise student assistants, interns and volunteers

    TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED

    Desktop computer, including spreadsheet and word processing software; copy machine; fax machine, printers, and scanners.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk; use hands and fingers to operate, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderately quiet.

    The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

    Molloy College, an independent, Catholic college rooted in the Dominican tradition of study, spirituality, service and community, is committed to academic excellence with respect for each person. Through transformative education, Molloy promotes a lifelong search for truth and the development of ethical leadership.

    All Molloy College employees are expected to display an understanding of and a commitment to the College's mission and core values; foster relationships with a spirit of inclusivity, compassion and respect; appreciate and celebrate differences and support a welcoming and hospitable environment that is responsive and helpful to all members of the Molloy community and beyond.

    TO APPLY:

    Please email resume and cover letter to humanresources@molloy.edu . Please include the position title in the Subject Line. Applications may also be mailed to:

    Office of Human Resources, Molloy College

    1000 Hempstead Ave.

    Rockville Centre, NY 11571-5002

    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    Women, minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply


  • Wednesday, November 13, 2019 7:22 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Digital Asset Manager and Archivist Consultant for Photographer’s Studio 

    (November 13, 2019)

    Project Based Consultant needed develop database for active photography studio and archive

    Responsibilities:

    · With studio staff and artist, provide input on design of database such as necessary fields, layout, and organization

    · Perform, catalog, and process digital asset management of analog and digital photography collections

    · Organize existing metadata from Lightroom into format that can be imported into database

    · Apply archival standards to organization, labeling, storage, and preservation of digital and analog photographic works

    · Set up a data backup system for database

    · With studio staff and artist, create system of best practices for interacting with digital and analog photographic works both in studio and storage

    · Communicate and collaborate with studio staff so they are able to use, manage, and add to database in future.

    Qualifications:

    · MA preferred with primary study in one of the following areas: Library Science or Photographic Preservation and Collection Management and/ or a minimum of 5 years experience working in databases/ archives at artist studio, museum or library. Photography collection experience preferred.

    · Candidates must possess a friendly and professional manner with excellent organizational and communication, verbal and written skills, and high attention to detail

    · Knowledge of archives theory and practice

    · Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

    · Demonstrated knowledge of metadata and best practices in archival standards and applications.

    To Apply: Please send Resume and Cover Letter to studio@geoffreybiddle.com


  • Monday, November 11, 2019 8:36 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Assistant Archivist

    (November 11, 2019)

    The impetus to create an archival program at International House centered around a building expansion project, an increased effort to better understand its history, and preparations for International House’s upcoming 2024 centennial. I-House began these efforts in 2017 when it adopted a document retention plan and in 2018 with an audit of its holdings and a re-assessment of archive exhibition spaces. During this process, I-House engaged a consulting firm to develop a project budget, provide preliminary archives review and, create a two-year work plan to oversee the stabilization of its archives. In 2019, I-House hired its first Lead Archivist to develop and manage a sustainable archival program.

    In this next phase, International House seeks an Assistant Archivist consultant. This position is based out of the President’s Office and will report to the Lead Archivist. Working at approximately 35 hours per week, the Assistant Archivist will support the Lead Archivist, staff, and other stakeholders. This is a full time, 6-month position, with the possibility of extension, that is currently scheduled to begin in January 2020.

    In this position, the Assistant Archivist will aid in the establishment of a comprehensive and interactive archive that will allow International House, stakeholders, and scholars to serve its mission and constituents better. Once established, the archives will provide information and historical documentation to promote the work of the organization, including programming, marketing, social media, public relations, fundraising, outreach, as well as scholarly research.

    Responsibilities of the Assistant Archivist

    Primary responsibilities of the Assistant Archivist will include the arrangement and description of historical documents within International House and providing additional support to the Lead Archivist.

    Adhering to a two-year project plan, the Assistant Archivist will observe the following functions:

    Essential Duties

    • Aid the Lead Archivist in maintaining documentation processes and issues.
    • Assist in appraisal process and identify material for digitization
    • Arrange and describe collections according to DACS and best practices to

    ensure their preservation and accessibility to archives users.

    • Assist in ingesting materials into related Collections Management and

    Digital Asset Management systems

    • Assume other related responsibilities and special projects as required

    Skills and Knowledge

    Required

    • MLS degree with concentration in archives or comparable degree from an

    ALA-accredited graduate program

    • A minimum of two-years professional experience in an archives or

    manuscripts repository

    • Working knowledge of professional standards and best practices for

    archives, including the physical handling of delicate materials and general

    knowledge of basic preservation measures

    • Proficient in relevant technology, with the ability to quickly adapt to new programs
    • Experience arranging and describing archival collections
    • Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Excellent time management and organization skills; must demonstrate

    flexibility and ability to handle multiple tasks and priorities, simultaneously

    Preferred

    • Knowledge of and/or experience with records management programs and

    systems

    • Experience working with institutional records in college or university archives
    • Experience with ArchivesSpace
    • Experience creating and/or managing digitized collections and associated

    metadata

    • Experience processing and/or managing born-digital archival records
    • Experience working with a DAMS

    *International House is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, creed (religion), color, sex (including gender expression), national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, marital status or domestic violence victim status.

    Please submit your resume and cover letter to nfranciacotter@ihouse-nyc.org with “Assistant Archivist” as the subject line.


  • Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:11 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Research Associate III  

    (October 31, 2019)

    Reporting to the Director of Research and Archives, the Research Associate III joins the department supporting the research needs of a large and diverse global organization. The candidate will research works of art in the gallery’s inventory, compile provenance and other information from gallery records and published sources, write reports, and conduct complex searches using local, national, and international databases, bibliographic utilities and sales records to provide information about an object’s provenance and history. The Associate Researcher III works closely with the following departments: Curatorial; Publications; Communications and Marketing; Dealer offices; and artist studios.

    Responsibilities

    General Responsibilities

    • Research and document provenance, exhibition history, and literature references for objects in the Gallery’s inventory. Maintain detailed records on provenance research, process, and sources
    • Follow-up with various sources in order to update object history
    • Conduct and compile auction research on objects
    • Enter compiled research into inventory management database in accordance with established protocols
    • Organize and file both hardcopy and electronic research documentation
    • Responsible for conducting and verifying research at New York City libraries and institutions.
    • Additional duties as required

    Reference and Research Responsibilities

    • Participate on reference desk providing all aspects of reference, research, and information services. Answer requests made in multiple formats and deliver accurate, appropriate information in a clear, concise and professional manner
    • Follow R&A policies and procedures when responding to requests for information
    • Use a variety of resources in multiple formats to answer requests for information
    • Conduct systematic literature searches on a range of topics to support gallery staff and programs
    • Provide one-on-one and group instruction to staff and guest researchers in using catalog, online databases or other R&A resources
    • Promote R&A and its print and digital collections through various branding, marketing, and promotional activities
    • Additional duties as required

    Qualifications

    • Master’s Degree in Art History, Fine Arts, Museum Studies, Library and Information Science or another relevant discipline and experience handling and cataloging works of art
    • Exemplary research skills
    • A demonstrated ability to manage complex projects and coordinate multiple projects simultaneously
    • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Familiarity and proficiency with library and/or museum collections management software and Microsoft Office suite, particularly Excel, scanning applications, and digital photography
    • Flexibility and strong follow through on work assignments
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective and appropriate working relationships with staff, interns, and outside individuals, and organizations
    • Strong organization skills and attention to detail and accuracy
    • Desire to function in a team-oriented environment
    • Exhibit a professional, responsible and self-motivated attitude

    In addition to an active and progressive work environment, Pace Gallery offers a competitive benefits package, including medical, dental and vision insurance, retirement plans with a company match, flexible spending accounts and commuter benefits. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and offer a generous vacation policy.

    Please send your cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to: jobs@pacegallery.com, Subject: Research Associate III.

    Pace Gallery is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, Veteran status, or any other legally protected status.


  • Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:08 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Librarian 

    (October 31, 2019)

    Pace Gallery Research & Archives seeks an innovative and service-focused librarian to manage its library collection and provide services to staff and guest researchers. The librarian is an integral member of the research services team. The library is a specialized collection that serves the business and curatorial needs of a global enterprise in support of sales, gallery programs, artists and object research. The collection includes artist monographs, exhibition catalogues, art theory, periodicals, photography, and artist files.

    Responsibilities

    • Provide specialized subject reference and research assistance to staff, dealer offices, and guest researchers
    • Catalog and process new acquisitions
    • Plan acquisitions within collection development framework
    • Update and create content for Web pages, user guides and training materials
    • Develop library programming and special events
    • Participate in exhibitions, installations, and publications, in collaboration with the Curatorial team
    • Provide innovative service to increase usage and sustain fundamental users
    • Represent the Library by participating in meetings and on committees
    • Supervise library interns
    • Coordinate and facilitate all Libraries functions, and collaborate with the director of Research & Archives to develop and write department's new collection development policy
    • Develop and monitor budgets
    • Collect and report usage statistics
    • Performs related work as required
    • Understand copyright law, fair use, and ethical use of information
    • Commitment to professional development and scholarship, demonstrated contribution and participation in the broader professional community

    Qualifications

    • Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited program, visual studies or Art History, or another relevant discipline
    • Maintain current knowledge of library and archives trends
    • A minimum of two years of professional experience in an academic, museum, or corporate library
    • Knowledge of art literature and experience maintaining an art collection
    • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
    • Computer skills including familiarity with web-based cataloguing tools, MS Office suite, and Adobe CC
    • Familiarity with OCLC Connexion, LibGuides, online citation management, digital humanities tools, and related library systems and software
    • Should be able to lift weights up to 40 lbs.
    • Knowledge of the art world and trends in practice and scholarship
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective and appropriate working relationships with staff, interns, and outside individuals, and organizations
    • Strong organization skills and attention to detail are critical
    • Desire to function in a team-oriented environment
    • Exhibit a professional, responsible and self-motivated attitude

    In addition to an active and progressive work environment, Pace Gallery offers a competitive benefits package, including medical, dental and vision insurance, retirement plans with a company match, flexible spending accounts and commuter benefits. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and offer a generous vacation policy.

    Please send your cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to: jobs@pacegallery.com, Subject: Librarian.

    Pace Gallery is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, Veteran status, or any other legally protected status.


  • Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:07 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Programming and Marketing Librarian 

    (October 31, 2019)

    Pace recently settled into a new home at 540 West 25th Street, an eight-story gallery made up of gallery spaces and offices. Under the supervision of the Director of Research and Archives, The Programming and Marketing Librarian joins the department supporting the research needs of a large and diverse global organization. The librarian will lead and promote Research & Archives events, programs, and services; develop library and archives marketing strategies and promote internal and external communications and resources. Works collaboratively across departments with all staff to implement programs and services. The librarian will also provide research and reference services.

    The librarian will manage all Research & Archives social media platforms, including leading social media planning, writing, and editing content for all Research & Archives platforms, monitor and analyze social media metrics to assess its overall effectiveness, collaborate with Research & Archives colleagues to develop exhibitions. Position requires reference and research assignments. The librarian works closely with the following: Curatorial; Publications; Communications and Marketing; Dealer offices; and artist studios.

    Responsibilities

    Programming Responsibilities

    • Collaborates with colleagues to plan, organize and manage programs, exhibitions, and special events
    • Research, contact and negotiate with potential program participants
    • Lead programs, including obtaining and preparing all necessary materials
    • Maintain a host of ongoing programs while introducing new programs and special events
    • Coordinate programs to work into gallery wide strategic initiatives, departmental objectives and Pace events
    • Work with Marketing and Communications Department to increase awareness of programs and promote attendance by submitting relevant information to Marketing in a timely manner and actively market programs directly or with partners
    • Additional duties as required

    Marketing Responsibilities

    • Collaborates with colleagues to design marketing campaigns and well-written materials
    • Creates messages that communicate the value of R&A to the Pace community
    • Oversees R&A marketing materials to ensure a consistent visual and brand identity
    • Creates an editorial, graphic, and web style that is identified with the library
    • Edits all written materials to develop a unique and recognizable voice for the library
    • Maintains consistent messaging to increase overall impact of marketing and programming
    • Researches and writes appropriate content for all R&A platforms
    • Additional duties as required

    Reference and Research Responsibilities

    • Provide all aspects of reference, research, and information discovery services responding to requests made in multiple format and delivering accurate, appropriate information in a clear, concise and professional manner
    • Follow R&A policies and procedures when responding to requests for information
    • Use a variety of resources in multiple formats to answer requests for information
    • Conduct systematic literature searches on a range of topics to support gallery staff and programs
    • Provide one-on-one and group instruction to staff and guest researchers in using catalog, online databases or other R&A resources
    • Additional duties as required

    Qualifications

    • Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited program, visual studies or Art History, or another relevant discipline
    • Maintain current knowledge of library and archives trends
    • A minimum of two years of professional experience in an academic, museum, or corporate library
    • Exemplary research skills
    • A demonstrated ability to manage complex projects and coordinate multiple projects simultaneously
    • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Familiarity and proficiency with MS Office suite, particularly Excel, and Adobe CC
    • Flexibility and strong follow through on work assignments
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective and appropriate working relationships with staff, interns, and outside individuals, and organizations
    • Strong organization skills and attention to detail are critical
    • Desire to function in a team-oriented environment
    • Exhibit a professional, responsible and self-motivated attitude

    In addition to an active and progressive work environment, Pace Gallery offers a competitive benefits package, including medical, dental and vision insurance, retirement plans with a company match, flexible spending accounts and commuter benefits. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and offer a generous vacation policy.

    Please send your cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to: jobs@pacegallery.com, Subject: Programming and Marketing Librarian.

    Pace Gallery is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, Veteran status, or any other legally protected status.


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