Source: SAA Career Center
Amherst, MA: Archivist & Collections Curator, Hampshire College
Source: Thanks so much for the heads up from Jennifer G. K.!
Lexington, MA: Archivist, Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library
Archivist, Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (Lexington, Massachusetts)
The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library’s Van Gorden-Williams Library & Archives is seeking a full-time archivist. The successful candidate will be self-motivated and forward-thinking with a commitment to access, public service, and preservation.
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Boston, MA: Archives Intern, FM Global
Cambridge, MA: Associate Film Conservator, Harvard University
Boston, MA: Architectural Archivist, Safdie Architects
Job Opening: Architectural Archivist
Safdie Architects currently has an opening for an architectural archivist to assume oversight and responsibility for the Safdie Archive at McGill University, with a primary focus on preparing project materials for shipment to and inclusion in the archive.
The Safdie Archive is one of the most extensive individual collections of architectural documentation. Containing drawings, models and other design materials, as well as an online inventory or hypermedia archive, the collection has been housed at McGill University in Montreal since 1990. The selected candidate will take organizational leadership of existing project-related materials at the Safdie Architects’ office and act as primary liaison with staff at McGill to preserve and expand the archive.
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Williamstown, MA: College Archivist/Special Collections Librarian, Williams College
Source: Thanks to Robin K. for the heads up!
Stockbridge, MA: Librarian/Archivist, Austen Riggs Center
Boston, MA and New York, NY: National Digital Stewardship Residencies, Multiple Locations
BE A PART OF THE NATIONAL DIGITAL STEWARDSHIP RESIDENCY PROGRAM
The National Digital Stewardship Residency Programs in Boston and New York, with generous funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, are working to develop the next generation of digital stewardship professionals by funding nine-month hands-on residencies for recent master’s degree recipients to complete digital stewardship projects at host institutions in the Boston and New York City area.
Applications for residencies running from September 2014 through May 2015 are now being accepted. Applications are due Friday, May 30, 2014.
Participation in NDSR Boston or New York will offer:
* A nine-month paid residency at a Boston or New York City institution working on a specific digital stewardship project with a mentor and with full host institution support.
* Participation in advanced training, lectures, and events on digital stewardship conducted by digital preservation professionals and program staff.
* Access to mentoring and career development services through the program and through the involvement in NDSR of notable digital preservation professionals.
* Access to professional development funding, the opportunity to present at national conferences, and the chance to help contribute to and shape a national model for post-master’s residency programs.
For more information please visit:
Boston, MA: Rare Books Cataloger & Classifier II, Boston Public Library