Job Posting: Photo Archivist, Bonded Services, Burbank CA

Job Opening Title: Assistant Photo Archivist
Institution/Organization Name: Bonded Services
Job Location (City, State, Province, Country): Burbank, CA
Application Deadline: September 8, 2o15
Years of experience required: 2

Assistant Photo Archivist – Bonded Services, Burbank, CA

Bonded Services is recognized as one of the world’s leading media asset management providers. This full-time position supports a Bonded client company in the entertainment industry.

JOB SUMMARY:
Support ongoing stills-based preservation and access projects

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES (include, but not limited to):
– Research stills collection requests and queries
– Liaise with clients/business units for stills selections
– Liaise with Studio Preservation and Scanning personnel to prioritize and track materials flagged for scanning
– Track requests and scans, provide monthly reports
– Rehouse stills into archival sleeves, boxes and other conservation efforts as needed or requested
– Inventory individual stills within full title collections
– Provide documentation and cataloging for each still in digital asset management system as needed

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:
– Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in the field
– 2 years’ experience with stills/photographic media, archival skills and customer service
– Strong organization and communication skills
– Knowledge of digital asset management systems
– Knowledge of film history and performers
– Ability to lift cartons/materials up to 20 pounds
– Ability to climb ladders and work at heights

Email resume and cover letter to:
Patricia Kenny
VP of Sales and Account Management
Patricia.Kenny@bonded.com

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