Full-Time (3-year term)
Application closes Oct 26, 2017
||Creates original and enhances existing bibliographic and authority metadata records with expertise in moving image materials including film, videotape, and born-digital files. Reviews and proposes local cataloging policies and workflows relevant to film materials and advises management in metadata activities related to moving image materials. Establishes, verifies and corrects access points in the film database. This position has an important role in implementing, developing and training cataloging policy and workflows for the moving image collection.
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Paid Internship (Spring 2018, Full-Time)
NPR Research, Archives & Data Strategy’s (RAD) Olympus team is seeking a Music Metadata intern. You will work closely with the product owner of Orpheus, NPR’s music and spoken word database. We are evaluating the product’s content, features and more, so you will have a chance to influence the future of music storage and retrieval at NPR. Team Olympus uses Agile Methodology (Scrum) to plan and execute software development. Continue reading
Los Angeles, CA
|The Academy Film Archive produces and is involved in the production of hundreds of unique moving image elements every year for departments throughout the Academy, including Membership and Awards, Communications, Marketing, Programming (in Los Angeles, New York, and London), the Science and Technology Council, the Museum, and the Margaret Herrick Library.
The Content Services Coordinator’s primary duties involve providing access to and conserving this archival content, with emphasis on internal requests and deliverables for time-sensitive projects. The Coordinator works with the Public Access Manager to research and deliver elements to department contacts and outside producers in a timely, sensitive, and organized manner. Continue reading
Full-Time (summer term)
2017 Summer Intern – Smithsonian Channel Library & Archives (Washington DC)
CBS BUSINESS UNIT: Smithsonian Networks
JOB TYPE: Paid Intern
JOB SCHEDULE: Full-Time
JOB LOCATION: Washington, DC, US
SHOWTIME and its critically-acclaimed, award-winning original series continue to make their mark on the cultural landscape, with one of the most successful programming lineups in all of television. The SHOWTIME programming slate has made the network among the most talked about in the business, with hits that have included HOMELAND, SHAMELESS, BILLIONS, RAY DONOVAN, THE AFFAIR, DICE, the upcoming series I’M DYING UP HERE, the limited series GUERRILLA and PURITY, and the highly anticipated return of TWIN PEAKS. Original series play a key part in the SHOWTIME programming mix, along with box office hits, comedy and music specials, provocative documentaries, and hard-hitting sports programming, including the flagship franchise SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING ®. Continue reading
Part-Time (12-20 hours/week)
New York, NY
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), a leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organization established in 1914 and located in midtown Manhattan, seeks a graduate intern to work with their audio-visual collections in Summer 2017. The JDC Archives is one of the world’s most important repositories for the study of Jewish history and of American humanitarian intervention.
Our global archives contain over 1,000 films and videos, including early silent films depicting JDC’s work in the Soviet Union, historic films from the World War II era, and more contemporary videos of the JDC’s humanitarian work in Eastern Europe, Israel, Africa, Latin America, and the Former Soviet Union.
The intern will work at JDC’s New York headquarters and in our off-site storage facility in Long Island City.