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  • Monday, January 21, 2019 4:51 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Project Manager, Voices from the Great Hall Digital Access Project
    (January 21, 2019)

    Hours: Full Time


    SUPERVISOR: Steven Hillyer, Project Director; Director, The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Archive

    SCHEDULE: Full-time grant-funded, temporary contracted position from January, 2019 – July, 2020

    PROJECT: This project will bring to light numerous recordings of historically significant events, lectures, and cultural programs that have taken place on the stage of Cooper Union’s Great Hall, a destination for free speech, civic engagement, and a witness to the flow of American history and ideas since it opened in 1858. The project goals are to rehouse and survey the collection of over 3,200 reel-to-reel tapes, approximately 2,000 audio cassettes, approximately 100 audio-video tapes, and 50 vinyl recordings dating back to the 1930s; digitize and electronically preserve the recordings; digitize and catalog related photographs, ephemera, and text documents; establish an online database for the archive of newly digitized materials; and further disseminate the content through a Voices from the Great Hall podcast series.

    RESPONSIBILITIES: The Project Manager, working under the guidance of the Project Director, will be responsible for day-to-day project management and implementation as follows:

    Standards: review, with the Director, Processing Archivist, and project consultants, existing project standards, protocols, workflows, and quality control measures for archival processing and digitization; based on their feedback, finalize standards and compile them into a comprehensive project manual.

    Reporting: prepare progress reports tracking the project’s schedule, deliverables, and budget, for weekly meetings with the Director and project staff; compile quarterly assessments (including mid-term and final assessments) for review by the Director; draft all project reports as required by funders.

    Processing: Coordinate project workflow with Processing Archivist, who will conduct archival processing of audio media and audiovisual material.

    Cataloging: oversee and conduct item-level cataloging of the collection’s reel-to-reel tapes, audio cassettes, audio-video, and vinyl recordings; coordinate item-level cataloging of photographs, ephemera, and text documents housed in Cooper Union’s Library with library staff.

    Digitization: oversee and conduct on-site creation of master digital files and access derivates for photographic and text material; coordinate off-site digitization of audio and audio-video media and large format images; ensure the proper creation of technical and preservation metadata using JHOVE, Archivematica and other appropriate tools.

    Research: conduct research, with Director and Processing Archivist, on copyright and intellectual property matters related to all recordings, photographs, and project ephemera.

    Platform Customization: coordinate user-interface customization of the project’s CollectiveAccess platform with the Director and platform consultants (Whirl-i-Gig).

    Migration: coordinate migration of descriptive data and access derivative files into the project’s CollectiveAccess platform.

    Discovery Tools: author a folder-level finding aid and a collection-level MARC21 record using ArchivesSpace; submit discovery tools to relevant bibliographic utilities.


    Required – a Masters in Library Science (MLS) or equivalent degree; prior experience digitizing archival collections, including audio and audiovisual materials, for web-based public access; experience with item-level cataloging and metadata (descriptive, technical, preservation) creation; experience authoring discovery tools (MARC records and EAD finding aids); a high level of interpersonal skills and professionalism in dealing with faculty, students, staff, and the general public; proficiency with basic computer skills (Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, FileMaker Pro).

    Preferred – familiarity with ArchivesSpace, Archivematica, JHOVE, and other appropriate archival software; familiarity with an academic environment; prior experience with, knowledge of, or a strong interest in American and New York history, politics, social movements, and cultural events.

    This is a non-union position.

    The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Submit resume and cover letter to:

    Human Resources

    30 Cooper Square, 7th Floor

    New York, NY 10003

    Or email to: hr@cooper.edu

  • Wednesday, January 16, 2019 5:24 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Archival Assistant

    (January 16, 2019)


    The Rockefeller Archive Center is seeking a recent college graduate to join its Collections Management team as an Archival Assistant. The primary duties of this position will be to assist with accessioning, including the preparation of inventories, and with vault and location management. Other duties may relate to preservation, donor requests, and reference services. This position is full-time, paid on an hourly basis, and reports to the Assistant Director, Head of Collections Management.


    The candidate must possess a B.A. degree with a major in a relevant field. The candidate must be able to work on multiple projects and possess the ability to adjust to frequent changes and reprioritizations. The candidate must be detail-oriented, professional, and willing to learn and take on new projects as assigned. Excellent written, verbal, analytical, time management, organizational, and interpersonal skills are required. The candidate must possess a willingness and desire to take initiative. Familiarity with Microsoft Office preferred.

    About Us:

    The Rockefeller Archive Center, an operating foundation with its own substantial endowment, is an independent archive and research center dedicated to the study of philanthropy and the diverse domains it shapes. It was established in 1974 to assemble, preserve, and make accessible the records of the Rockefeller family and the foundations and nonprofits established by the family, including the Rockefeller Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Rockefeller University. Today, the Center's growing holdings include materials from numerous foundations, including the Ford Foundation and the Commonwealth Fund, as well as from many nonprofit organizations. It is also a major repository for the personal papers of leaders of the philanthropic community, Nobel Prize laureates, and world-renowned investigators in science and medicine.

    Located 20 miles north of New York City in Westchester County on a former Rockefeller estate, the Archive Center is easily accessible from major highways and by train on the Metro-North Hudson Line. The Rockefeller Archive Center is an equal opportunity employer. The Center is committed to the support and encouragement of a multicultural environment and seeks candidates who can make positive contributions in a context of ethnic and cultural diversity.

    To apply, please send a letter explaining your interest in the position and qualifications along with a resume via email or mail to:

    Rockefeller Archive Center

    15 Dayton Ave

    Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591


  • Monday, January 14, 2019 10:25 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Librarian II/Specialist II
    (January 14, 2019)

    Founded in 1925 and named a National Historic Landmark in 2017, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is one of the world’s leading cultural institutions devoted to the collection, preservation, and study of materials focused on African American, African Diaspora, and African experiences. The Schomburg Center, featuring diverse programming and collections spanning over 10 million items, has for over nine decades illuminated the richness of black history, arts, and experience worldwide. As a key part of one of the largest public library systems in the world, the Schomburg Center is committed to maximizing free and public access to its collections, exhibitions, educational activities, and much of its programming.

    The Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division enables researchers to work directly with original, rare, and unique source materials. Beginning with rare treasures from Arturo Alfonso Schomburg’s personal holdings, the collection has grown since Arturo Schomburg’s collection was acquired in 1926. Today, the Division holds more than 5,000 rare books, nearly 1,000 manuscript collections, and 15,000 pieces of sheet music and rare printed material, with more added annually.

    The Librarian II/Specialist II is responsible for providing reference services in the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division and providing basic reference services and assisting with collection processing in the Art and Artifacts Division. The reference librarian interfaces with the public and the research community, performing an important public service function within the Schomburg Center and the field itself. The reference librarian will work 35 hours per week to be scheduled between Monday and Saturday, 10:00am-6:00pm, and some evenings and weekends as required. Schedule is subject to change.

    Principal Responsibilities

    Reporting to Curator of Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books and working closely with the Curator of Art & Artifacts, the Reference Librarian will:

    Public Services - Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division (80%)

    Provide onsite reference and referral services, written and remote reference assistance, and subject expertise in the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division of the Schomburg Center

    Provide in-depth research assistance to users via one-on-one consultations

    Participate in outreach activities such as class visits, group presentations, and donor and membership tours

    Update and create content for Web pages, user guides and training materials

    Maintain a personal program of continuous education and professional development

    Perform other duties as required

    Reference Service and Collection Processing - Art and Artifacts Division (20%)

    Respond to basic reference inquiries

    Log new accessions into the ephemeral and material culture collections

    Maintain the Artist Files research resource

    Minimum Qualifications

    ALA-accredited Master’s degree in library, archival or information studies, or Master’s degree in liberal arts or humanities and successful completion of archival training

    Knowledge of African American, African and African diasporan history

    Demonstrated experience providing reference service in a library or archival repository

    Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills

    Successfully demonstrated initiative, accuracy, attention to detail, judgment, and ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment

    Demonstrated digital literacy skills

    Preferred Qualifications

    Knowledge of archival theory, practice, and national and international standards and best practices.

    Advanced degree in any of the following: African American History/Studies/Literature, Africana Studies, or cultural studies

    Physical Duties

    Limited physical effort is required

    Light lifting required, including shifting of oversize folders and containers

    Lifting up to 40 lbs. required

    May require travel within NYC

    Daily use of a computer

    Pushing/pulling fully loaded book carts and racks

    Starting Salary

    USD $52,248.00/Yr.

    Union / Non Union

    Local 1930

    To apply go to: https://jobs-nypl.icims.com/jobs/10552/librarian-ii-specialist-ii/login

  • Tuesday, January 08, 2019 7:19 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Records Management Intern
    (January 8, 2019)

    Our Vision: To make New York City the global model for inclusive innovation and economic growth, fueled by the City’s diverse people and businesses.

    Our Mission: To create shared prosperity across New York City’s five boroughs by strengthening neighborhoods and growing good jobs.

    The Records Management Department is a support department that enables staff to access important company information by assisting with all records-related requests and training. We ensure company-wide adherence to the records retention schedule and policy. The Records Management team manages both paper and electronic records for departments by providing detailed records inventory for accurate search and retrieval in our records management database.

    Your Role: New York City Economic Development Corporation’s Records Management department is seeking a library science program student for a paid internship. Interns will assist the NYCEDC’s Records Management team’s day-to-day operations. The intern will gain exposure to records management practices including hands on experience with life cycle of records in a corporate setting. Internships are for a period of about three (3) months with a possible extension, but cannot exceed 1,000 hours per calendar year.


    Inventory physical and electronic company records, such as land sales, site maps, and contractor deliverables, based on NYCEDC Records Management department standards and retention policy.

    Input new and normalize existing metadata in records management database.

    Conduct records research for staff and data cleanup tasks.

    Perform quality control of data entry.

    Aid analysts in creating and or updating policies and procedures, including training materials and metadata standards.

    Participate in special projects as assigned.


    Familiarity with databases; records management or archival repository software preferred.

    Knowledge of metadata standards.

    Strong written and verbal communication skills.

    Customer service skills.

    Strong interpersonal skills and professional demeanor.


    Able to work with close-knit team as well as independently.


    Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

    Able to maintain strict confidentiality.

    Strong interest in a career in Records Management.

    Available to start working in February 2019 and the ability to commit to working 2 full days a week (14 hours).

    Ability to lift boxes of records weighing up to 40lbs.

    Other duties as assigned.

    About NYCEDC: New York City Economic Development Corporation is the City’s primary vehicle for promoting economic growth in each of the five boroughs. NYCEDC’s mission is to stimulate job growth through expansion and redevelopment programs that encourage investment, generate prosperity and strengthen the City’s competitive position. NYCEDC serves as an advocate to the business community by building relationships with companies that allow them to take advantage of New York City’s many opportunities. Additional information on NYCEDC can be found by visiting http://www.nycedc.com/.

    To Apply please go to https://www.nycedc.com/careers/jobs?p=job%2FoK5a9fwS

  • Tuesday, January 08, 2019 7:15 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Media Archivist for Pioneering Computer Artist
    (January 8, 2019)

    This position is posted on behalf of Lillian Schwartz (Lillian.com), an award-winning artist and pioneer in computer art. Ms. Schwartz is seeking an archivist for a limited-term project The position involves working in ArtBase, as well as analyzing film and video elements for damage, color registration and saturation. Pay rate based upon experience, beginning at $20/hr. Direct all inquiries to Laurens at lschwartz@nyc.rr.com.

    To Apply: Please send Letter and resume to lschwartz@nyc.rr.com

  • Friday, January 04, 2019 10:05 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Records Manager
    (January 4, 2019)


    Information Resources


    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) serves three primary roles: it is the world’s leading presenter of superb artistic programming, is a national leader in arts education and community relations, and functions as the manager of the Lincoln Center campus, which is home to 11 separate resident organizations. LCPA presents over 350 performances annually throughout our different performance series including American Songbook, Great Performers, Live from Lincoln Center, Mostly Mozart Festival, Midsummer Night Swing, Lincoln Center Out of Doors and White Light Festival.

    In addition, LCPA supports an array of programs for Lincoln Center Education including its community and family programming. Further, LCPA supports initiatives related to events at the David Rubenstein Atrium, LC Kids, as well as numerous key institutional initiatives and projects.

    The Records Management program is part of the Information Resources Office, which is dedicated to the maintenance and use of records throughout their lifecycle. The position reports to the Director, Archives and Records Management.

    The Records Manager is responsible for establishing and building Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts’ organization-wide records management program through its overall administration and coordination.

    The Records Manager will be responsible for all activities connected with the life cycle of records, including the development and implementation of active physical/electronic filing systems; the preservation and storage and disposal of inactive records; assistance in controlling cost associated with physical/electronic creation, storage, and retrieval; and other aspects of records and electronic management as required.

    This role is also responsible for providing customer-focused service and building positive and constructive relationships with stakeholders by understanding their needs and problems, and providing timely communication and service.


    • Develop records management procedures and track organization’s compliance with them.
    • Update records retention schedules to meet current records requirements.
    • Initiate and conduct instructional programs and train employees in sound document, records, and electronic management practices and the use of documentation and records management systems.
    • Manage transition from paper to electronic records.
    • Analyze and evaluate records and electronic management throughout the organization and recommend cost effective improvement strategies.
    • Administer transfer of records to and from off-site storage.
    • Organize the identification and disposal of records that are at the end of their life-cycle.
    • Work with General Counsel to execute, track, and lift legal holds on records.
    • Stay current with archival records management/records management technology, as well as legal concerns that may impact the organization’s records.
    • Work cross-functionally to promote and foster systematic and efficient records and electronic management initiatives and support the application of procedures for managing document and records management.
    • Perform other duties as required or assigned in support of Lincoln Center’s goals and the Information Management Office’s vision, mission, and objectives aligned to these goals.
    • Work off-site at storage vendor on an occasional basis.


    • 2-3 years of experience working with institutional records (paper and electronic) within a records management/electronic records management program required.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of current records management—both paper and electronic—and archival methods, tools, and techniques, including preservation trends and applications.
    • Excellent organizational, communication, and project management skills.
    • MLIS from an ALA-accredited program with an emphasis on records management or a Master’s in archival management with a CRM strongly preferred but not required.
    • Experience with digital repositories and/or special collections preferred.
    • Experience with digitization projects and database management systems preferred.
    • Technical skills and knowledge including current metadata schemes and standards relevant to the archival control of digital collections, long-term storage planning and digital asset management systems preferred.
    • Certified Records Manager or Information Governance Professional preferred but not required.
    • Interest in the performing arts a plus.


    Please submit a resume and cover letter (with salary requirements and outlining your interest in Lincoln Center) to the humanresources@lincolncenter.org inbox. Submissions without cover letters will not be reviewed.

    Please list: Records Manager in the subject line.

    Internal Candidates should contact a member of the Human Resources Department directly.

    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. LCPA is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.

  • Wednesday, December 26, 2018 7:54 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Taxonomy Intern
    (December 26, 2018)

    About Shareablee:

    Shareablee is the leader in audience-based social media measurement for media publishers, agencies and brands that want to understand the impact and effectiveness of their cross-platform social media campaigns. Shareablee was founded in 2013 by Tania Yuki. Based in New York City, the company has grown to over 60 employees in U.S. and EMEA offices and has clients in 15 countries. The company partners with comScore and Bloomberg. Shareablee’s roster of platform clients includes Blue Chip companies, leading advertising agencies, and thought leaders in every industry.


    Shareablee is looking for an intern with an interest in entertainment and/or business to assist with various taxonomy projects to expand and maintain the classification of their influencer and entity social profile databases. This is a paid internship for a student to gain experience in taxonomy development.


    - Expand and maintain classification of country/region industry, influencer, and/or holding company categories.

    - Input and classify new and existing social properties for clients, sales prospects, and special company research projects.

    - Coordinate with outside departments on industry/influencer classification needs.

    - Work with Taxonomy / Dictionary Team to establish and provide internal guidance on industry/influencer classification rules.


    - Enrollment in a current Bachelors and/or Masters Degree program in Library Science or Information Science.

    - Familiarity and appreciation of metadata and taxonomy management.

    - Experience in building out taxonomies and/or metadata schemas on websites or digital asset management systems a plus.

    - Business research skills (i.e. ability to navigate Public Company 10-K).

    - Advanced Microsoft Excel skills a plus (i.e. experience with vlookups and data imports).

    - Experience working with iPython and running PostgresSQL queries a plus.

    - Interest in business and/or entertainment.

    - Foreign language fluency a plus.

    To apply:

    Please send your cover letter and resume to Eliana Villagomez at Eliana@shareablee.com

  • Saturday, December 22, 2018 5:04 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Oral Historian

    (December 22, 2018)

    The Center for Jewish History (NYC | cjh.org) is the collaborative home to five in-house partners – American Jewish Historical society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. When the Center opened its doors eighteen years ago, it made a commitment to preserve the collections housed within its walls and make them accessible to scholars, students, and diverse audiences by implementing a unique, shared services model across all five partners.

    The Center for Jewish History seeks a part-time Oral Historian for a term ending June 30, 2019, with the possibility of extension. Reporting directly to the Senior Manager for Collection Services, the Oral Historian will be responsible for collecting oral histories from the New York Iranian Jewish immigrant community. The successful applicant will join a dynamic team of forward-thinking and professionally engaged Center staff who provide support for archival projects and other access-oriented services for the collections held by the five partner institutions of the Center. The part-time position offers a competitive hourly rate for 15 hours weekly.


    • Conduct 10 video oral histories of Iranian American Jewish immigrants
    • Collaborate with Center staff, including videographers in the Digital Services department, to arrange several days of interview capture
    • Develop interview questions
    • Manage the translation and transcription of select interviews
    • Coordinate with the Archival Services and Metadata and Discovery Services departments for processing of collection and ingest into the Center’s systems
    • Undertake additional duties related to the oral history project as assigned

    Required qualifications:

    • Fluency in Farsi, both written and spoken
    • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in history, oral history, journalism, or Iranian and Persian studies
    • Knowledge of oral history professional practice, methodology, theory, and ethics
    • High capacity for creative problem-solving
    • Aptitude at prioritizing work and meeting deadlines
    • Ability to work flexibly, independently and collaboratively in a complex organizational environment comprised of diverse constituencies
    • Capacity to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing

    Preferred qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in oral history or from an ALA-accredited library school or similar graduate-level training, such as archival science
    • Familiarity with 20th-century Jewish history and modern Middle Eastern history
    • Previous oral history experience

    Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send cover letter, resume, and three references to Sarah Hopley, Senior Manager for Collection Services, at shopley@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.

  • Monday, December 17, 2018 9:20 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Database & Digital Asset Manager

    (December 17, 2018)

    JOB TITLE: Database & Digital Asset Manager


    The Database & Digital Asset Manager helps further the mission and objectives of the Joan Mitchell Foundation's Legacy department by overseeing the systems and processes used to catalog Mitchell’s artwork and to manage and preserve its digital assets, which include digital images of Mitchell’s artwork and digital scans of archival photographs. This position will collaborate with Legacy and Catalogue Raisonné staff, as well as external pre-press specialists, on the color correction and management of digital images of Mitchell’s artwork, and will manage the copyright permissions process at all stages to ensure that Mitchell artworks and quotations are reproduced accurately.


    Database and Digital Asset Management

    • Oversee and refine Legacy and Catalogue Raisonné database and digital asset management system, implementing new protocols and standards as needed; manage accounts and permissions
    • Provide administrative oversight of digital assets to ensure day-to-day accessibility and long-term preservation; monitor software environment and ensure regularity and accuracy of server back-ups
    • Implement quality control for all data and metadata to ensure accuracy and consistency; oversee any needed data cleanup and implement controlled vocabularies where appropriate
    • Oversee any needed modifications to the Foundation’s FileMaker Pro database modules, in collaboration with consulting developer; maintain regular communication with colleagues to ensure that database is functioning optimally for their needs; keep policy documentation up-to-date and train team as needed
    • Oversee batch image uploads to FileMaker Pro database; troubleshoot errors in upload process
    • Liaise with pre-press specialists regarding color correction of images of Mitchell’s artwork and production of match proofs for publication use
    • Download finalized artwork image files from pre-press specialist’s platform and upload to Foundation's FileMaker database, ensuring that each file is properly cataloged

    Copyright Permissions

    • Process all copyright permission requests for images of Mitchell’s artwork and writings; draft license agreements, review layout and text, provide feedback for color corrections, and ensure compliance with established terms of use; track progress of each request in database and maintain physical documentation files
    • Correspond with publishers, scholars, museum staff, and others regarding image and textual requests; maintain cordial relations while ensuring that images, quotations, captions and credits are consistent with Foundation guidelines; monitor short- and long-term publication deadlines to ensure requirements and conditions of use are met
    • Prepare image files for publication as appropriate; help troubleshoot third-party production issues if they arise


    • Practical experience in a museum, archives, or library setting, including database management, software administration, implementation of standards and best practices, file formatting, image cataloging, data preservation, and electronic distribution of digital images of artworks
    • Thorough working knowledge of standards and best practices for file naming, metadata standards and workflows, file formats for still and video formats, and digital asset management
    • High level of organizational skill, with keen attention to detail and ability to advocate for and implement best practices and policies
    • Experience managing detail-oriented projects start to finish: planning, execution, trouble-shooting and reporting
    • Advanced proficiency with image editing; demonstrated experience with Adobe Photoshop and a strong visual sensibility, particularly in regards to color
    • Master’s Degree in library and information science, archives management, museum studies or related field with five or more years of practical work experience
    • Strong work ethic, and a thorough and detail-oriented approach to all tasks
    • Ability to work independently, with strong time- and project-management abilities
    • Familiarity and ease with Mac based computer systems and FileMaker Pro databases
    • Discretion, tact, patience, 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 including and office equipment traditionally found in office settings

    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.

    To apply: send a cover letter, CV, and salary requirements to jobs@joanmitchellfoundation.org with the subject line “Database & Digital Asset Manager.” No phone calls or visits, please. Applications will be accepted through January 7, 2019.

  • Sunday, December 16, 2018 12:29 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Director for the American Heritage Center
    (December 16, 2018)

    The University of Wyoming is seeking a Director for the American Heritage Center (AHC). The AHC is one of the nation’s largest archives, and in 2010, won the top award of the Society of Archivists for its advancement and archival techniques. The AHC has been recognized for techniques that emphasize “more product, less process.” As a major archival repository, the AHC holds more than 3,500 manuscript collections that are regional, national, and international in scope. Its holdings draw scholars from the US and abroad.

    The Director must have the vision, experience, and leadership needed to sustain and advance the American Heritage Center’s stature as a research and outreach institution of national and international distinction.

    The AHC is in the historic and charming city of Laramie, Wyoming. The location is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts with 250+ days of sunshine per year. Wyoming boasts a low cost of living, quality schools, and has no personal state income tax. The job, the compensation, and the region combine to make this a high quality of life opportunity.

    For further information or to make nominations:

    Stephanie Fowler

    Senior Consultant

    Summit Search Solutions, Inc.

    Direct: (530) 677-9945


    Please submit curriculum vitae and letter of interest upon application. All applications and nominations will be held in confidence. To apply online, go to https://theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=su123

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