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Job: Senior Archivist (multiple openings) at Heritage Werks

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Contract part-time and full-time positions in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New
York and Chicago [Heritage Werks](http://www.heritagewerks.com/) is a leading
archival services firm with teams throughout the U.S. focusing exclusively on
processing, cataloging, digitizing and making accessible collections for major
corporations and sports, music and entertainment clientele. Our company is
filled with opportunities for people who want to create the future of archival
services. It's a big challenge, but it's a big world, and there's a lot of
work to be done.

  
We're seeking senior archivists to join our rapidly-growing team. At Heritage
Werks, senior archivists work hand-in-hand as members of cross-functional
teams of specialists including project managers, designers, developers,
producers and brand teams and are engaged in every phase of the project
lifecycle. Some of their duties include: assessments, descriptive cataloging,
research, preservation, metadata tagging and heritage content and programming
support for single or multiple collections.

  
Senior archivists communicate well with both clients and our archival teams,
produce superior and comprehensive work product, and are comfortable
presenting to our clients. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to engage with
amazing clients, work with interesting assets and utilize leading technologies
in a fast-paced and highly-rewarding environment.

  
Relevant Experience, Skills and Attributes:

  * Ability to work efficiently to meet demanding project deadlines
  * Curiosity and attention to detail
  * Project management and team leadership skills
  * Self-motivated, performance-driven professional
  * Commitment to working cross-functionally and in teams
  * Proficient in using technology including social media
  * Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills
  * Ability to learn client histories in a short timeframe and be comfortable creating and championing recommendations in a highly-consultative role
  * Commitment to learning, mentoring and professional development
  
Compensation and How to Apply: We offer a great compensation package and
incentives. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to
[log in to unmask] To learn more about Heritage Werks, visit
www.heritagewerks.com

  
  
Requirements

Required:

  * A minimum of 7-10 years of experience managing archival services or projects (collections management, processing, cataloging and digitization)
  * Strong teaming skills, a desire to mentor and develop talent within the organization and consultative experience with senior executives is an integral part of this position
  * Ability to lift 40 lbs
  * Ability to travel, when needed
  * MA in History, MLIS with Cataloging and/or Archives Specialization or MHP in Heritage Preservation (MHP)



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