Company Background: George Blood Audio/Video/Film/Data is a leading provider
of audio and moving image preservation digitization. At our studios in
Philadelphia, every month we digitize over 10,000 hours of AV recordings in
decaying and obsolete formats to a variety of digital formats, according to
the needs of our various clients in libraries, museums, archives, corporations
and private collections across the country. Continue reading
Part-Time (21 hours/week)
Duties & Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the lead engineer, the incumbent processes the archival transfer of rare and unique video resources and is responsible for routine digitization of materials requested for study and teaching by faculty and students. The incumbent will be required to meet project deadlines for all work. This is a part-time, 21 hour per week, position. Schedule is flexible between the hours of 9-5.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities:
- Performs archival transfer of rare and unique video resources.
- Performs routine digitization of materials requested for study and teaching by faculty and students.
- Collects detailed and accurate metadata.
- Trouble-shooting and performs basic maintenance and repair of equipment.
- Contributes to quality control of the products of the unit.
- Provides feedback on work processes and equipment functioning.
Salary Grade 5: £22,214 – £24,983 [updated following pay award from 1/8/17]
Apply by September 11, 2017
North West Film Archive:
Part of Manchester Metropolitan’s Library Special Collections, the North West Film Archive is the recognised public moving image archive preserving films made in and about the region – it is part of the Archives+ partnership, with a small specialist team and facilities, based in the splendid Manchester Central Library, and looking after some 50,000 items of film and video. Offering a variety of access services to users in the academic, public and commercial sectors, the Archive will mark its 40th anniversary in 2017, and is looking forward to meeting the challenges of an increasingly digital future. Partnerships and collaborations, with for example heritage organisations, the BFI and broadcasters, are key to successful operations, and the quality of the work of the NWFA is recognised regionally, nationally and internationally.
Internship (Fall 2017)
Part-Time (20 hours/week)
New York, NY
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) is seeking 3-4 part-time (at least 20 hours per week) Archival Project Interns in Fall 2017.
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) is the leading institution dedicated to preserving and presenting the history and culture of Chinese in America. Located in the heart of New York Chinatown, MOCA’s Collections & Research Center provides unique access to the images, papers, oral histories and artifacts which document the story. Continue reading
Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania
|The MediaPreserve, a division of Preservation Technologies L.P., provides high-quality reformatting services for archival audiovisual materials of all types and formats. Using expertly-modified legacy equipment as well as current technologies, our staff of engineers, librarians, archivists and preservation specialists work with each client to customize a preservation program based on an institution’s needs and infrastructure. Our staff is committed to ensuring all materials are transferred and documented according to professional standards and best practices throughout the process so that our client receives the best quality deliverables for preservation, editing and access purposes. Continue reading