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  • Wednesday, October 09, 2019 6:21 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Archive Administrative Aide to MIAP and Cinema Studies 

    (October 9, 2019)

    Provide a wide range of clerical/technical/general office duties to support the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program and Cinema Studies Archive and Study Center, including assisting in the MIAP Lab, troubleshooting equipment, computer problems and digital storage issues. Coordinate travel arrangements for MIAP students and expenses related to student activities. Respond to inquiries about MIAP activities, policies and procedures. Modify and design databases and complex spreadsheets. Maintain database server. Update MIAP website. Operate equipment and instruct students and staff in safe and correct operation. Monitor budget and reconcile invoices. Train student staff and supervise archive projects.

    Required Experience:

    3 years administrative support experience, database programs and spreadsheets or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Preferred Experience:

    Experience using film/video and /or production preservation process. Experience as a 16mm or 35mm projectionist. Experience with web design and database applications.

    Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

    Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills. Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet and database applications. Ability to troubleshoot technical problems, including video and computer. Knowledge of web design and web applications. Good proofreading and writing skills. Superior customer service skills.

    Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

    Proficiency with Filemaker Pro, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, FinalCut Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Compressor, and desktop publishing software, like InDesign. Knowledge of PHP web programming, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Experience and skill with a wide variety of film, video and digital equipment and formats.

    Preferred Experience:

    Experience using film/video and /or production preservation process. Experience as a 16mm or 35mm projectionist. Experience with web design and database applications.

    Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

    Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills. Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet and database applications. Ability to troubleshoot technical problems, including video and computer. Knowledge of web design and web applications. Good proofreading and writing skills. Superior customer service skills.

    Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

    Proficiency with Filemaker Pro, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, FinalCut Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Compressor, and desktop publishing software, like InDesign. Knowledge of PHP web programming, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Experience and skill with a wide variety of film, video and digital equipment and formats.

    EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.

    Link to position application on NYU's site: https://uscareers-nyu.icims.com/jobs/6745/archive-admin-aide/job

    Only applications through the NYU site will be eligible for consideration.

  • Thursday, October 03, 2019 9:05 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Project Archivist 

    (October 3, 2019)

    The Morgan Library & Museum seeks a Project Archivist to arrange, describe, and rehouse the records of The New Gallery and E.V. Thaw & Co. (1950‒2017) and selected personal papers of Eugene V. Thaw, a prominent art dealer, collector, and philanthropist. The collection documents the firms’ operation and paper records including correspondence, publications, and ephemera as well as documentation of works of art handled by the firm. The collection also contains E.V. Thaw’s research and correspondence relating to his work as co-author of the Jackson Pollock catalogue raisonné (1978).

    This is a temporary, part-time position (approximately 14 hours per week) reporting to the Department of Drawings and Prints. The project is expected to last up to 18 months.

    The Morgan Library & Museum is committed to diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. The Morgan strongly encourages applicants with a demonstrated commitment to fostering diversity, inclusion, and gender equity in programming, outreach, hiring, and collection development.


    Specific duties include:

    -Assessing the archival collection comprising approximately 50 linear feet of paper records and establish a processing plan in collaboration with supervising curators and cataloging specialists

    -Arranging and describing the collection and creating a finding aid in accordance with archival principles

    -Physically rehousing the collection in archival containers and performing simple preservation measures such as the removal of corrosive fasteners

    -Conferring with curators and cataloging specialists at various stages of the project to ensure that processing and description meet the Morgan’s needs and those of future researchers


    -Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program with a concentration in archives management, or equivalent combination of education and experience

    -Undergraduate degree or significant coursework in Western European art

    -Experience working in a library, archival repository, art gallery, or cultural heritage organization

    -Demonstrated knowledge of archives and records management theory and practice, including experience processing archival records or personal papers

    -Knowledge of basic preservation and conservation standards for archival and manuscript collections

    -Demonstrated ability to work independently, collaboratively, and efficiently, and to meet project deadlines

    -Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel

    -Physical requirements include close visual acuity; physical handling of papers, photographs, and other archival material; lifting and moving boxes of archival material; and extended periods of sedentary work.


    Competitive hourly rate.

    To apply: Interested applicants should e-mail cover letter and resume to: archivistjob@themorgan.org

    Please note that due to the high volume of applicants, we are only able to contact those candidates whose skills and background best fit our needs.

    The Morgan 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.

  • Thursday, October 03, 2019 9:04 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Digital Archivist 

    (October 3, 2019)

    Reporting to the Director of Archives & Records Management, the Digital Archivist holds primary responsibility for the implementation and maintenance of all in-house programs and databases used by the Arthur H. Aufses, Jr., MD Archives, including the DSpace digital repository and the Inmagic DB/TextWorks image database. The Digital Archivist is the Archives’ primary resource for the curation, management and preservation of digitized and born-digital archival material. This position also arranges and describes paper archival material, provides reference and outreach services for the Mount Sinai Beth Israel and Mount Sinai Queens collections, and completes other projects as assigned by the Archivist. Must have more than 2 years experience.

    To Apply and for full job description please go to https://careers.mountsinai.org/jobs/2460164?lang=en-us

  • Wednesday, October 02, 2019 6:19 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Research Archivist

    (October 2, 2019)

    JOB TITLE: Research Archivist

    HOURS OF WORK: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM Monday – Friday - Flexible schedule as required


    Friends of the New York Transit Museum is hiring an Research Archivist to oversee: research requests made by MTA agencies; outside researchers and press; rights and reproduction invoices and contracts; research for exhibits and public programming; and promotion of collections through social media.

    The New York Transit Museum collects, preserves, and presents material relating to the region’s public transportation, past and present, focusing on the agencies of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and their predecessor companies. Established in 1976, the Transit Museum currently holds a collection of archival materials and approximately 8,000 artifacts, including historical vehicles.


    • Setting up research appointments and assisting researchers with their requests
    • Scanning or digitally transferring, photographing or compiling copies of material requested by researchers
    • Overseeing rights and reproduction invoices and contracts. Tracking invoices, modifying invoices, payments, and following up with expired contracts
    • Compiling research as requested by staff
    • Fact checking and proofreading exhibit scripts
    • Assisting with putting together material for public programs
    • Involvement in presentations, internally or externally, promoting the museum and collections
    • Creating posts for social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr promoting the collection and Curatorial activities
    • Photographing, scanning and recording content to put online
    • Responsible for online web portal updates and requests from the online portal
    • Assisting with editing and putting Finding Aids & Pathfinders online
    • Working with Press Aide on image requests to promote the museum
    • Take part in the museum’s collection committee
    • When asked, assisting with processing incoming collections
    • When asked, help in the installation and removal of exhibits
    • When asked, help the Registrar in transfer of collection materials
    • Participate in the general activities of the Curatorial Department
    • Supervision of interns, college aids and grant funded processing projects, when needed
    • Help Development Office with Grant writing descriptions when necessary


    • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in museum studies, library & information studies, archival studies, history or a closely related field, preferred
    • Knowledge and an interest in New York transportation history
    • Comfortable with public speaking and participation in public programs that promote the Collection
    • Experience and an interest in social media
    • Knowledge of best practices in handling and preservation of archival material
    • Understanding of licensing rights and creating legal contracts
    • A firm understanding of copyright law
    • Excellent project management skills
    • Must have advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, scanning, database management and familiar with Collection Management Systems such as PastPerfect and basic knowledge of digital photography
    • Must be available to work a flexible schedule as needed
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to work productively, both independently and in teams
    • Patience and a sense of humor


    The New York Transit Museum is the largest museum in the United States devoted to urban public transportation history, and one of the premier institutions of its kind in the world. The Museum explores the development of the greater New York metropolitan region through the presentation of exhibitions, tours, educational programs, and workshops dealing with the cultural, social, and technological history of public transportation. Since its inception 40 years ago, the Museum, housed in a historic 1936 IND subway station in Downtown Brooklyn, has grown in scope and popularity. As custodian and interpreter of the region's extensive public transportation networks, the Museum strives to share, through its public programs, this rich and vibrant history with local, regional, and international audiences. The Research Archivist position is employed by the Museum’s non-profit affiliate, Friends of the New York Transit Museum.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience. Benefits package includes health, dental, and vision.

    Qualified individuals interested in this job opening must apply by e-mail. Resume and cover letter should be sent as .doc or PDF to Desiree Alden-Gonzalez, Collections Manager: Desiree.alden@nyct.com. Specify subject as Research Archivist Posting. Due to high volume of applicants, only those who qualify for an interview will be contacted.

    Submission Deadline: October 16th, 2019

    Friends of the New York Transit Museum is an equal opportunity employer.

  • Thursday, September 26, 2019 9:33 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Assistant/Associate Archivist

    (September 26, 2019)


    JOB TITLE: Assistant/Associate Archivist

    STATUS: Full-time, exempt

    REPORTS TO: Director of Archives and Research

    EFFECTIVE DATE: September 2019



    The mission of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Archives is to collect, organize, and preserve primary and secondary source materials related to Joan Mitchell and her work, and to make its collections available for research. In addition, the Archives aims to promote an informed and enduring appreciation of Mitchell’s life and work through research support, educational publications, exhibitions, the Foundation’s website, public programming, and other avenues as appropriate. The Assistant/Associate Archivist helps further the mission and objectives of the Archives through support of daily operations and planning and/or implementing a range of short- and long-term projects.


    Access to Archives + Research Support

    • Provide external reference services, including responding to queries remotely and in person, supervising researchers on-site, providing researchers access to materials, fulfilling reference copy requests, and maintaining calendar for research visits
    • Support in-house staff research by providing hands-on research assistance, answering reference questions, and providing staff access to materials
    • Field licensing requests for archival images and execute license agreements when appropriate
    • Assist with preparations for loan of archival materials to exhibitions
    • Oversee scanning and photography of Archival materials for publications and special projects; format and edit digital images in preparation for publication
    • Maintain accurate inventory of Archives library; catalogue and shelve new titles
    • Create and populate exhibition files for current exhibitions; maintain historic exhibition files, supplementing with new documentation as obtained; regularly update Mitchell exhibition history on Foundation’s website
    • Monitor and purchase supplies
    • Supervise temporary staff, interns, and contractors as needed

    Educational Materials and Public Programming

    • Develop and maintain reference resources on Foundation website in collaboration with Design & Media Manager and Communications Manager, to include scans of historic texts, bibliographies, exhibition history, and other materials of interest to scholars and the general public
    • Generate content related to archival materials for publication on Foundation website and social media platforms
    • Collaborate with Legacy colleagues to plan and implement programming for both the general public and academic audiences via open houses, class visits, and other events


    • Master’s degree in Library and Information Science or a related field and at least three years’ experience in a professional setting; five years’ experience for Associate level
    • Working knowledge of professional standards and best practices for archives, including the physical handling of delicate materials and general knowledge of basic preservation measures
    • Knowledge of 20th Century art and art historical methodologies; demonstrated dedication to supporting research and scholarship
    • Ability to plan and execute long-term projects without extensive supervision; skill in establishing priorities and organizing resources; a thorough and detail-oriented approach to all tasks
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a collaborative team
    • Experience with Photoshop and a strong visual sensibility; proficiency with image scanning and editing
    • Familiarity and ease with Mac-based computer platforms and FileMaker Pro databases
    • Discretion, tact, pleasant demeanor and professional work style
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Commitment to the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s mission, vision, purpose, and core values

    ADA SPECIFICATIONS (Physical demands that must be met in order to successfully complete the essential functions of the job)

    • While largely sedentary, this position requires the ability to sit, stand, lift up to 20 pounds, speak, and hear, sometimes for extended periods of time
    • Requires the ability to use a computer and office equipment traditionally found in office settings
    • Requires the ability to travel regionally and periodically nationally, on behalf of the Foundation


    To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to jobs@joanmitchellfoundation.org with the Subject Line: Assistant/Associate Archivist. No phone calls, please.

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual(s) assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required. Management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary. In addition, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

  • Friday, September 13, 2019 9:05 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Reading Room Assistant

    (September 13, 2019)

    The Brooklyn College Archives and Special collections seeks a part-time Reading Room Assistant to work Monday through Friday from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.


    Communicate Special Collections & Archives procedures and policies to patrons

    Retrieve archival collections and rare books for researchers’ use.

    Answer the phone and take messages

    Scan and photocopy documents as needed

    Update archival finding aids

    Light archival processing

    Required Skills:

    Strong customer service and communication skills. Sensitivity to and aptitude for handling rare and fragile materials.

    Preferred Skills:

    Familiarity with ArchivesSpace

    Previous experience working in a library or archival setting

    To Apply: Please send Resume and Cover Letter to C.Bradley-Sanders17@brooklyn.cuny.edu

  • Thursday, September 12, 2019 7:26 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Records Management and Digital Specialist

    (September 12, 2019)

    Reporting to the Asst. Dean for Special Collections and the Gallery, the Records Manager and Digital Specialist: Position is responsible for university records management, works with the Technical Services Archivist to test, select, and implement the software to establish electronic Records Management, and assists with accessioning, arranging, and describing archival collections.

    Seton Hall University Libraries is an equal opportunity employer and recognizes and values the benefits of a diverse workplace.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    The position also plays an essential role in the digitization of archival collections, and supporting digital preservation projects with ArchiveSpace (or another archival data management system), or other collections management systems, and scanning and photo editing software with a knowledge of archival descriptive standards (DACS, EAD).

    Records Management: Manages intake and disposition of paper RM files, Fulfills RM research requests, Maintains and creates record retention schedules, offers RM guidance across campus using established guidelines and industry standards, works with the Technical Services Archivist to establish and implement procedures for electronic RM.

    With the Technical Services Archivist, accessions and processes archival materials according to established guidelines and procedures, drafts written finding aids which describe archival collections, assists with digitization of archival materials and creates digital exhibitions, assists with digital preservation projects as assigned, assists with data scrubbing of ArchivesSpace database, other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications:

    Bachelor's degree, experience using ArchivesSpace or other archival data management system, experience with digitization, data input, excellent writing and communications skills, well­-developed research skills. Minimum 1 year of relevant experience.

    Desired Qualifications:

    Background in Library Science or Museum Studies. Knowledge of archival descriptive standards (DACS, EAD).

    Experience working with Preservica and digital preservation processes.

    Understanding of archival preservation standards and proper handling of archival materials and artifacts.

    Union: Local 153

    Salary Grade: Staff Union (Local 153) - SU18.0

    Physical Demands:

    Vision and hearing abilities, heavy lifting and carrying, extensive standing and walking.

    Special Instructions to Applicants: Please provide name and contact information for three references.

    Seton Hall University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation or sex.

    Apply at: http://jobs.shu.edu/cw/en-us/job/494020/records-management-and-digital-specialist

  • Monday, September 09, 2019 8:46 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Reference Services Librarian & Instructional Coordinator 

    (September 9, 2019)

    The Center for Jewish History seeks a full-time professional librarian to assist researchers in the Lillian Goldman Reading Room and to help coordinate the Center’s academic outreach. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals interested in special collections, reference, and outreach, with an emphasis on primary source literacy and collection-based instruction.

    The Center for Jewish History provides a collaborative home for five partner organizations: American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. The partners’ archives comprise the world’s largest and most comprehensive archive of the modern Jewish experience outside of Israel. The successful applicant will join a dynamic team of forward-thinking and professionally engaged Center staff who provide access-oriented services for the collections held by the five partner institutions.

    The Reference Services Librarian & Instructional Coordinator will report to both the Senior Manager for Public Services and the Director of Academic Programs. As a member of the Reading Room team, the Reference Services Librarian will provide a high standard of patron service and ensure the seamless delivery to researchers of the rich physical and digital holdings of the five Partner institutions. As Instructional Coordinator, this staff member will assist with the development and implementation of innovative pedagogical programs and lesson plans that draw upon the partners’ unique historical collections, helping to coordinate teacher training workshops, school visits, and collaborations with local colleges and universities.

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Learning all aspects of reference services at CJH, including finding aids, digital collections, electronic resources, and Aeon, a special collections workflow software.
    • Greeting and supervising researchers in the Reading Room.
    • Disseminating and enforcing Reading Room and partner policies and procedures.
    • Assisting patrons with research.
    • Providing instruction in the handling of archival, manuscript, and rare materials.
    • Paging material from the stacks.
    • Utilizing archival collections to assist in the development of K-12 curricula.
    • Curating online educational resources.
    • Managing outreach efforts and professional development workshops for K-12 educators.
    • Designing and co-leading collection-based instructional sessions for K-12, undergraduate, and graduate students.

    Required qualifications:

    • Masters in Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited library school, or similar graduate-level training, such as archival science.
    • Comfortable interacting with the public and presenting to groups.
    • Organized and detail-oriented.
    • Ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a complex organizational environment comprised of diverse constituencies.
    • Capacity to communicate effectively and diplomatically, both verbally and in writing.

    Preferred qualifications:

    • Experience or coursework in special collections.
    • Experience or coursework in instruction and/or curriculum development, including Common Core standards.
    • Background in Jewish history.
    • Reading knowledge of Yiddish, German, Hebrew, Russian, or other relevant languages.

    Company Benefits:

    • 15-21 Federal and religious holidays off each year in addition to generous vacation, sick, and personal days.
    • Full health benefits (medical, dental and vision) with minimal employee contributions.
    • Free Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability coverage.
    • Flexible Spending Account and Commuter Benefits.
    • Tuition reimbursement.
    • Generous 403b retirement benefits.

    Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send cover letter, resume, and three references to Lauren Gilbert, Senior Manager for Public Services, at lgilbert@cjh.org. No phone calls please.

    The Center for Jewish History is committed to diversity and inclusion. Qualified individuals who bring diverse perspectives to the workplace are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Wednesday, September 04, 2019 7:26 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)


    (September 4, 2019)


    Background and History

    In December 2019, the Jackie Robinson Museum will open under the Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF), a public, not-for-profit national organization founded by Rachel Robinson in 1973 as a vehicle to perpetuate the memory of Jackie Robinson and his achievements. The museum will chronicle Robinson’s trailblazing accomplishments against the backdrop of United States history, from his birth in 1919 to today. Museum visitors will explore key moments of his life through narrative, interactives, media, and artifacts. Invoking Robinson’s role as a champion for social and economic equality, the museum’s programming will serve as a catalyst for dialogue on today’s social issues.

    The museum seeks a full-time Archivist with specialization in Oral History to organize and process drawings, photographs, archival documents, and oral histories for the museum collection. Under the direction of the Curator, the Archivist will serve as a steward of the Museum’s oral history collection, recording, editing, preserving, maintaining, tracking, administering, and making the oral history collection accessible to staff and the public. The Archivist will actively support the use of oral histories and oral history practice in Museum exhibitions, educational initiatives, on the museum website, public programs, partnerships, and other venues and initiatives.

    Essential Functions

    • Demonstrate understanding of archival collections and principles of arrangement and description through a completed finding aid or other description tool.
    • Familiarity with MARC and EAD; AACR2 and DACS; and with the use and application of standardized vocabularies.
    • Organize, assess for condition, assigning unique numbers, cross-annotate, label, catalog, re-house, and create EAD Finding aids for all collection materials.
    • Provide research support to the Curator.
    • In coordination with the curator, conduct oral history interviews in accordance with best practices, including preparatory research, outreach and follow-up, scheduling, securing signed release forms, recording, uploading recordings and release forms to the Museum electronic data storage system, summarizing or digesting salient points, transcribing or supervising transcripts, and working with Museum staff to catalog interviews in accordance with Museum terminology and protocols.
    • Work with the collections staff to maintain and develop policies and procedures to support the Oral History Program and guide its future direction.
    • Develop and implement an online format of the Museum’s Oral History collection and delivery system to make recordings and descriptive information accessible on the Museum’s website
    • Create edited segments of recorded interviews as needed, particularly for Museum exhibition and online uses.
    • Provide summary descriptions of, and accurate statistical information regarding, interviews conducted each month, quarter, year, and total to date, for the Museum’s staff.
    • Be highly knowledgeable and demonstrably proficient in using audio recording and editing technology and stay abreast of new developments in the field; evaluate and recommend new equipment, software, storage and other tools.
    • Must be able to lift forty-pound boxes of materials.


    • MA with a specialization or interest in oral history, public history, museum studies, material culture, or related field preferred. Equivalent experience or MA in progress will be considered.
    • Knowledge of oral history professional practice, methodology, theory, and ethics particularly as applied in museum functions.
    • Experience with audio recording, editing and transcription technology, equipment, and software; proficiency in audio editing.
    • Proficiency in using MS Office, Word, Excel, and Outlook.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Highly organized and detail oriented.
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively across all departments at the

    Jackie Robinson Museum.

    • Some travel and evening and weekend hours will be required.


    The salary range is $60,000-$70,000. The benefits package includes comprehensive health insurance, including dental and a vacation and personal days off allowance. This position will be filled as soon as possible and will require some weekend and evening work.

    How do you apply?

    Email a cover letter, resume, and a sample of materials with an explanation of how they showcase your ability to perform the described responsibilities to museum@jackierobinson.org. Include “Archivist” in the subject line.

    This organization is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds.

  • Wednesday, September 04, 2019 7:17 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    P/T Assistant Archivist 

    (September 4, 2019)

    The Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America is seeking a part — time assistant archivist (20 hours P/W) to help support the archival mission of the Diocese.


    Process & Inventory the Collections

    Rehouse the Collections

    Create Finding Aids

    Prepare Documents to be sent for Digitization


    Degree from an accredited University

    1+ Year Experience


    Ability to speak Armenian

    To Apply: Please send Resume, Cover Letter, and Three References to afoldes@armeniandiocese.org

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