Archivist and Digital Collections Librarian
Position InformationPosition Information Position TitleArchivist and Digital Collections LibrarianPosition TypeFacultyPosition NumberF99780FTE
1.0Secondary Employment StatusLibrary FacultyBenefits Eligible?YesJob Summary/Basic Function
College Archivist: (40%)
•Provides clear vision and strong leadership to acquire, maintain, and preserve the college’s historical records.
•Leads the organization and preservation of archival collections in accordance with current standards.
•Leads instructional and assessment programs in the College Archives.
•Oversees reference queries related to archival collections.
•Supervises non-exempt staff in the Archives.
•Mentors and supervises student internships and PEAK (Pivotal Experiences in Applied Knowledge) projects.
•Consults with offices, departments and personnel on transferring archival materials.
•Cultivates relationships with donors.
•Manages Archives’ budget in conjunction with the library director.
Heritage and Museum Studies (HMS) Program (30%)
•Teach course(s) in Heritage and Museum Studies Program.
•Supervises HMS internships.
•Mentors HMS senior theses and PEAK projects.
•Advises HMS majors.
•Participates in HMS program and governance.
Digital Collections Librarian (20%)
•Directs the creation of appropriate digital collections in consultation with the library director.
•Collaborates with ITS and campus partners to lead digital preservation activities in the archives and across campus
•Responsible for the conservation of digital records to ensure the stability of critical college records.
•Collaborates with campus partners to collect, preserve, and provide access to undergraduate research and scholarship.
•Provides expertise to others in the library and college in the creation of digital collections (e.g., Concordia College Art Collection).
•Serves on the Digital Horizons Consortium Governing Board.
•Serves as a library liaison to the Heritage and Museums Studies Program.
•Serves on library committees.
•Participates in library programs and governance.
•ALA-accredited master’s degree
•Formal training in archival/preservation studies
•Evidence of strong oral and written communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills
•Professional experience in an archival setting
•Demonstrated experience bringing digital projects to completion
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