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Job: Digital Asset Manager/Archivist at Hammer Museum

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Digital Asset Manager/Archivist
Hammer Museum
Los Angeles

Reporting to the Deputy Director, Curatorial Affairs, the Digital Asset
Manager will work collaboratively with other staff to develop the Museum's
digital asset infrastructure; codify and enforce institution-wide standards,
workflows, and policies; and spearhead ingestion, description, organization,
and migration of all digital assets, in keeping with the Hammer Museum's
digital strategy planning. The Digital Asset Manager will oversee all content
(comprising images, video and audio recordings, and text files relating to the
museum's collections, exhibitions, programs, and administration) and
associated metadata in the Museum's digital asset management system using
NetXposure DAM software. The incumbent will play a central role in the
building of a museum collection search infrastructure, helping streamline
processes of metadata cleanup, object imaging, and search function
optimization. This position will be tasked with ensuring the long-term storage
of the Museum's archive of digital assets, while simultaneously collaborating
on projects to provide digital access to these materials.

  
Requirements: Master's Degree in library and information science, archive
management, museum studies, or a related field, or equivalent combination of
education and experience; two or more years of practical experience in a
museum, archives, library, or other institution, demonstrating expertise in
database management, media cataloging, digital preservation, digital rights
management, and data migration; experience managing large-scale projects and
organizing extensive collections of information; thorough knowledge of digital
archiving theory and practice, as well as field-wide metadata standards;
strong understanding of digital asset lifecycle (capture, formats and codecs,
color profiling, file conversion, dissemination, etc.); proven expertise with
digital asset management systems (NetXposure a plus) and The Museum System
(TMS) or comparable collection management systems.

  
Application: please email resume, cover letter, and salary history to
[log in to unmask] and include "Digital Asset Manager/Archivist" in the
subject line. Selected applicants will be contacted. Due to the volume of
resumes that we receive, we are regretfully unable to respond to phone calls
and emails regarding the status of applications and the recruiting process.
This is a renewable contract position.



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