Assistant Film Conservator
Duties & Responsibilities
Reporting to the Film Conservator of the Film Preservation Unit in Media Preservation of the Harvard Library, the Assistant Film Conservator is responsible for the processing, inspection and preliminary cataloging of new acquisitions and the preparation of outgoing films for the Harvard Film Archive (HFA) and other Harvard Library repositories. Assists in the planning and execution of collection-wide preservation projects. Manages digital assets. Assists patrons who need to view film. Continue reading
Full-Time (2 vacancies)
Washington, DC; College Park, MD
$40,442.00 to $52,579.00 / Per Year
Apply by June 20, 2017
As an Archives Technician at the Archival Operations office in Washington D. C. or College Park you will perform non-professional, quasi-professional, and technical work that supports access to the archival holdings and physical and intellectual control over records.
New York, NY
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts houses one of the world’s most extensive combinations of circulating, reference, and rare archival collections in its field. An essential resource for everyone with an interest in the arts—whether professional or amateur—the Library is known particularly for its prodigious collections of non-book materials such as historic recordings, videotapes, autograph manuscripts, correspondence, sheet music, stage designs, press clippings, programs, posters and photographs.
Full-Time (2 posts)
$39,532.00 to $51,396.00 / Per Year
Apply by June 13, 2017
As an Archives Technician at the Archival Operations office in Seattle, WA, you will perform non-professional, quasi-professional, and technical work that supports access to the archival holdings and physical and intellectual control over records.
Whether you are new to the Federal Government or an experienced professional seeking a career change, you can make history at the National Archives. Our dedicated staff works across a variety of career fields to safeguard the records of the Federal Government – more than 10 billion of them.
Visit our Employee Gallery at www.archives.gov/careers to see the kinds of dynamic projects our staff are undertaking. If you want a career where you can see the difference your work makes, then join the National Archives!
For more information visit: https://www.archives.gov/seattle Continue reading