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Job: Digital Archivist at Workman Arts Project

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Digital Archivist
Workman Arts Project
Toronto

Reporting to the Project Manager and working with a small group of interns,
the Digital Archivist will be responsible to develop and direct the
documentation process, structure and tools required for a Workman Arts Digital
Archives.

  
Responsibilities:

• Review issues of consistency, format, standardization and metadata in the
beginning of the process;

• Create preservation indicators (Establish DA inclusion criteria, and
process);

• Assess long term value of the information;

• Develop a collection policy that includes what to archive , determining
extent to archiving links and refreshing site contents;

• Develop a plan for changes to access mechanism, rights management and
security;

• Train Interns on system, collection policy, software and process to review,
tag, scan and catalogue;

• Monitor interns progress regularly and provides ongoing direction as
required;

• Develop user friendly guide on how to use the Digital Archives system and
provides training to Project Coordinator and WA staff; Interns

• Develop a collection policy that includes what to archive, determining
extent, archiving links and refreshing site contents

  
Qualifications:

• University/College degree required, MI, MISt, MAS or MLS preferred

• Experience with archival collections processing through an internship or
prior employment

• Experience with Encoded Archival Description (EAD) and/or Machine Readable
Cataloging (MARC) through an internship or prior employment

• Proficiency with Microsoft Access and Excel

• Familiarity with Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS) and
Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS), EAD and MARC

Core Competencies Required for Success:

• Familiarity with Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS) and
Metadata Object Description Proven outstanding attention to details along with
organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills;

• Excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively;

• Experience digitizing and cataloging digital and hard copy resources, and
experience with digital collection management tools;

• Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite, print and image production, and
digital technologies in a publishing environment a plus.

The candidate must possess an understanding and an appreciation that people
with different opinions, backgrounds and characteristics bring richness to the
Workman Arts and must be sensitive to the needs of individuals dealing with
mental health or addiction issues.

  
Compensation:

Two year part-time consulting contract. Total compensation $15,000

  
Additional information :

Workman Arts Project of Ontario (Workman Arts) facilitates aspiring, emerging
and established artists with mental illness and addiction issues to develop
and refine their art form through its arts training programs, public
performance/exhibition opportunities and partnering with other arts
organizations. As well, Workman Arts promotes a greater understanding of
mental illness and addiction through the creation, presentation and discussion
of artistic media in five disciplines: music, theatre, literature, visual art
and media art.

Founded in 1987 as a theatre company of eight members (individuals with mental
illness and limited arts training), over the past 27 years Workman Arts has
evolved into a multi-disciplinary professional arts organization engaging over
300 member artists, at various stages of developing their practice. Through an
increasingly entrepreneurial approach, Workman has empowered and collaborated
with thousands of artists with mental health and addiction issues who have
performed or exhibited to audiences in prestigious venues nationally and
internationally.

Workman Arts is currently in the process of consolidating its body of
knowledge and developing a theoretical framework that will allow the
organization to evolve from a practice-based service provider to an evidence-
based leader and change agent.



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