San Francisco, CA: Collections & Exhibitions Archivist, LucasFilm
San Francisco

The Collections & Exhibitions Archivist will be part of the Physical Assets
division of the Franchise Creative and Asset Management Department at
Lucasfilm Ltd. The position will coordinate incoming collections from
production and outgoing loans to internal departments within Lucasfilm and the
wider Walt Disney Company as well as external exhibitions. Under the
supervision of the Manager, Physical Assets, the Collections & Exhibitions
Archivist will play an integral role in shaping the Physical Assets division
through participation in the implementation of departmental policies and
procedures and the development of its collection management systems.

• Administer the process for documenting all loans such as loan agreements,
facility reports, COIs, condition reports, and pro forma invoices.

• Performs all logistics for outgoing loans, including but not limited to
handling, packing, shipping, insurance, preparation, courier responsibilities,
security, condition reporting, and install/de-install planning and

• Communicates and coordinates loan details effectively with a variety of
parties - including Lucasfilm and Disney employees, external borrowing
institutions, vendors, and art shipping companies.

• Performs permanent collection registration and collections management tasks
as objects are acquired from production including assigning accession numbers,
cataloguing, database management, preventative conservation and packing for

• Monitors the environmental conditions and assists in the space planning of
local gallery rooms and storage facilities

• Assists in the development and records maintenance of FileMaker Pro and
proprietary collection management database systems

• Participates in the creation of collection development and loan policies and

• Fulfills research queries and material requests for internal departments

• Other duties as assigned


Education / Experience:

• Master's degree in museum studies, public history, or related subject.

• Minimum three years of museum registration or collections management

Required Skills / Competencies:

• Expert knowledge in best practices and standards for art handling and
preventative care; Experience with textile collections preferred.

• Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

• Detail-oriented and flexible to a changing production schedule.

• Must have a valid passport and driver's license and be willing to travel.

Technical Skills:

• Proficient on both PC and Mac with extensive experience with museum and
archive collection management systems.

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