Assistant Photo Librarian, American Institute of Physics

 

https://www.aip.org/aip/jobs/assistant-photo-librarian

The Niels Bohr Library & Archives, a special collection in the history of modern physics, astronomy, and allied sciences at the American Institute of Physics, seeks an Assistant Photo Librarian to be responsible for administering the print and digital photograph collections held in the Emilio Segrè Visual Archives.  This position is responsible for managing and overseeing all aspects of the Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, including access, preservation, copyright, and promotion of the photograph collection. Duties include acquisitions, cataloging, preservation, database maintenance, providing reference services, overseeing digitization and other related activities. The successful candidate will work to improve access to the photograph collections, supervise part-time assistants and student interns, and assist in the daily operations of the Niels Bohr Library as needed.

 

Qualifications:

MLS degree (ALA approved) and a minimum of two years of professional experience are required, as well as knowledge of best practices concerning digital collections (not limited to visual materials).  Experience/familiarity with Drupal or other content management systems, copyright research, metadata and cataloging standards for visual materials is preferred.  Must be able to lift 40-pound boxes of library materials. Knowledge of science is not required.

 

Contact:

If you are qualified for this position, please send your resume with cover letter to AIP Human Resources at aiphr@aip.org.

 

For the full posting please see: https://www.aip.org/aip/jobs/assistant-photo-librarian

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