Georgia State University Library seeks enthusiastic, innovative applicants for the position of Archivist for the Popular Music Collection. The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing the growth and development of primary and secondary source material of, or related to, the study of American Popular Music from 1900 to present; of particular significance are the papers of the late Georgia-born songwriter and lyricist Johnny Mercer, as well as holdings related to WSB radio (Atlanta, GA), country, bluegrass and Southern gospel. This position reports to the Special Collections department head, and must ensure that materials collected are preserved, described, and made available for research while also placing a strong emphasis on outreach, public relations and donor cultivation for this collection.
The successful candidate will plan and supervise work related to the acquisition, including arrangement and description, appraisal, processing, preservation, and use of archival, oral history, and printed research collections in popular music. Promote and facilitate the use of materials, initiate and contact prospective donors and negotiate the transfer and disposition of collections and deeds of gifts, while also maintaining stewardship of current collections and donors. Assist in outreach and donor development activities related to the Georgia State University Popular Music Collection. Assist in formulating departmental policies and procedures as well as performing other departmental activities including reference and conducting classes and orientations. Responsible for the overall preparation and maintenance of collection finding aids in all formats, including MARC/Dublin Core, EAD and web-based descriptive records. Participate as a library faculty member on library and university committees.
ALA-accredited or Georgia BOR-approved master's degree in information/library science, history, music history or related field. Graduate coursework in archival administration. Two plus years experience in archival work. Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills. Experience with digital projects. Candidates should possess ASERL's Competencies for Research Librarians listed at www.aserl.org. PREFERRED: Experience in appraising, preserving and processing 20th century materials, including diverse media formats. Knowledge of 20th century American popular music. Experience with MARC/Dublin Core cataloging and encoded archival description. ACA certification.
The Special Collections Department collects and preserves unique and rare historical materials in selected subject areas, and promotes the use of these materials through the
$42,000-$48,000 for 12 months commensurate with the candidate's education and experience. Appointment at a faculty rank, on a contract renewal basis.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please visit our web site at: http://www.library.gsu.edu.
To apply, contact:
Georgia State University-Library
Alticor, Inc. Branch of DVS
Responsible for effective acquisition, archiving, and retrieval of media assets. Satisfies internal/external requests for information relating to archive. Complies with legal and preservation concerns. Participates on departmental and cross-functional teams. Develops corporate procedures ensuring efficient handling/preservation of assets.
Degree in archival administration, or equivalent. Two-three years experience managing assets in a corporate, library, museum, or related environment. Equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered. Functional knowledge of print, photographic, and video systems, formats, and production methodologies.
For more info visit: http://dvs.com/careers.htm
TO APPLY, EMAIL COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
Digital Video Services
QUALIFICATIONS: Required ALA-accredited Master's degree in library or information science or equivalent combination of degrees and experience, with formal training in archival theory, preservation, and management or achival certification. Formal classroom or workshop training in audiovisual archival work pro vided by academic library school programs and/or professional association organizations such as SAA, ARSC, and AMIA. Minimum of two years of relevant archival experience with media collections in an academic, research or special library. Demonstrated experience with preservation and reformatting of audiovisual materials, particularly with film and video collections. Familiarity with current trends in archival preservation as it relates to audiovisual holdings. Ability to manage a broad variety of tasks in response to varying time pressures with shifting priorities and changing constraints. Ability to maintain a systematic perspective; to actively participate in a team-based organization. Evidence of strong service orientation; an ability to anticipate audiovisual access, reformatting and preservation needs and seek ways of providing satisfactory solutions. Ability to interact with a broad variety of staff. Excellent interpersonal skills; communicate clearly, knowledgeably and personally, both orally and in writing.
PREFERRED: Evidence of formal technical training in preservation and reformatting of audiovisual materials. Track record of successful grant applications highly desired. Position is appointed to Librarian Faculty ranks. Appointment is based on the successful applicant's experience and relevant credentials. For additional information, consult the following website: http://www.lib.umd.edu/PUB/APPSC.doc
APPLICATIONS: For full consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and names/addresses of three references by February 3, 2006. Applications accepted until position is filled. Send application to firstname.lastname@example.org Fax:301-314-9960
To apply, contact:
University of Maryland Libraries
McKeldin Library, Room 6119
College Park, MD 20742-7011
United States Tennis Association Inc. - Audio-Visual Project Archivist
OF POSITION: To
preserve and make accessible the USTA US Open film and video
other historical AV materials as time permits. This is a one-year
MAJOR DUTIES: Working under the general oversight of the USTA Archivist/Records Manager, the incumbent will be responsible for most day-to-day activities associated with the US Open Film and Video Project.
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:
RESPONSIBILITY: The incumbent may provide technical
volunteers, but otherwise the position does not include supervisory
INTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS: Reports to the USTA Archivist/Records Manager. Works closely with Archives/Records Management Assistant. Provides reference and circulation support to USTA staff, particularly Marketing and Communications.
EXTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS/ACCOUNTABILITY: Works with vendors contracted to perform preservation and digitization tasks.
TRAVEL DEMANDS: The incumbent may be called upon to visit vendors around the
TO APPLY: Contact www.usta.com.
This description is intended to describe the type of work being performed by a person assigned to this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by the employee.
Vidipax - Cataloger
Media preservation company has an immediate opening for a cataloger to select, order, catalog and classify archival materials; assist in locating and obtaining materials and in the general maintenance of film/video/audio collection
Position is full time, temporary (until the end of March 2006, approx.)
Please send resume and cover letter as Word Attachments to email@example.com.
Vidipax - Data Migration Assistant
Media preservation company has immediate opening for a Data Migration Assistant for work with archival materials. This position is full-time, for one year.
Please send resume and cover letter as Word Attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UC Berkeley Art
Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA): PFA Program Coordinator (
The mission of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is to inspire the imagination and ignite critical dialogue through art and film. PFA is internationally recognized for presenting diverse and challenging programs of American and international film and video, past and present. PFA offers 450 programs each year, attended by local and campus communities. For more information visit our website: http://bampfa.berkeley.edu
The Program Coordinator provides high-level exhibition program support for the film and video program. Maintain PFA exhibition planning calendars, which project and track all PFA exhibition programs in all stages of development. Assist with preliminary research for exhibition programs. Research and arrange for clearance rights, locate exhibition quality prints for programs, contact distributors, and negotiate rental fees. Update and proof the exhibition database to ensure records for the entire PFA exhibition program are up-to-date and accurate. Proofread bi-monthly Film Notes against the database and planning calendars. Research and make complex guest travel arrangements, and assist with hosting guests. Make arrangements for special events. Prepare and give introductions to exhibition programs as needed. Work with business office and box office staff to submit invoices. Write grant reports, gathering statistics and needed information. Track expenses for film tours and prepare reports. Assist with theater set-ups for special programs, including technical needs. Provide high-level administrative support to curators. Develop and maintain exhibition program filing system. Oversee shift from current calendar system to CalAgenda.
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Knowledge of cinema history, and technical aspects of film and video. Demonstrated skill and effectiveness carrying out administrative responsibilities, working collaboratively with colleagues. Ability to effectively carry out multifaceted projects with competing deadlines and priorities. Rigorous attention to detail and accuracy. Demonstrated effective oral and written communication skills, and experience speaking publicly. Ability to analyze and organize complex tasks; anticipate problems and help implement solutions; and follow through to achieve established goals. Highly developed skills with FileMaker Pro, Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook or Eudora, Internet Explorer, and Adobe Acrobat. Legible handwriting. Valid California Driver License and safe driving record. Ability to carry equipment weighing 30 to 40 pounds.
PREFERRED:Experience with film/video distribution.
Must be available for occasional evening and weekend hours.
Annual salary range is $30,720 to $33,408, with an excellent benefits package and three weeks vacation.
Deadline: Applications must be received by April 21, 2005.
Visit http://jobs.berkeley.edu and search for keyword 2584 (the job number for this position), and follow the application process detailed on the website. To be considered, applications must be completed through the campus online website. If you have trouble completing the online application call 510-643-4443 between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm for assistance.
Pacific Film Archive - PFA, a curatorial department of the University of California Berkeley Art Museum, is an internationally recognized center for the exhibition and study of film.
UC Berkeley Art
Museum and Pacific Film Archive: Senior Curator of Film (
The mission of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is to inspire the imagination and ignite critical dialogue through art and film. One of the largest university art museums in the
The Senior Curator of Film is responsible for leading an internationally renowned and dynamic cinema program that interests and engages the broad range of PFA and museum visitors. The Senior Curator provides overall vision and supervises the excellence, balance, and budget of the film archive program. The Senior Curator actively participates in fundraising and cultivation and represents the PFA locally, nationally, and internationally.
Conceptualizes and curates film and video exhibition programs. Writes and edits scholarly materials that appeal to the range of visitors. Organizes tours of exhibition programs. Works with UCB faculty to develop programs that support UCB course work. Plays a significant role in the design of moving image exhibition spaces for the new building project. Supervises film and video curatorial staff, and has a significant role in film and video collection development. Team teaches annual graduate level course on film curating through Film Studies. Holds leadership role in the international film field, through FIAF, close working relationships with international curators, festivals, and filmmakers, and original scholarly research. Cultivates support and raises funds for PFA exhibition programs, PFA operations, and the future building project. Develops grant materials. Solicits gifts of film and video. Develops and oversees annual film and video curatorial department budgets.
Requires advanced degree in Film History or equivalent with extensive knowledge and appreciation for full range of moving image styles, both past and present. Advanced knowledge of and experience in international film and video exhibition curating and collection development. Executive-level leadership and management of a complex public film and video exhibition program. High-level cultivation and grant expertise. College-level teaching. Demonstrated project planning and execution. Long-term and strategic planning. Budget development and management. Excellent verbal and written communication abilities, including the ability to communicate complex concepts about films and film history to an audience that ranges from casual film goers to academics. Awareness and understanding of communities served, locally, nationally, and internationally. Intellectual curiosity, creativity, and enthusiasm for bringing scholarly research to a broad public in accessible ways. Ability to ensure the program responds successfully to changes in technology. Ability to cultivate effective relationships with artists, donors, and the international film community. Ability to work collaboratively internally and externally.
Salary: Annual salary range is $54,600 - $82,500.
First Review Date: 02/21/2005
This requisition will remain open until filled.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please apply online by visiting http://jobs.berkeley.edu and search for keyword 2231.
Archive: Curator (
The mission of the Harvard Film Archive is to support teaching and research in film studies by maintaining a substantial collection of primary materials for classroom study and scholarly research and to support curated programs in the general interest of moving-image literacy. The Archive is charged with (a) maintaining archival conditions for the materials in its collection, (b) providing conservation work on an ongoing basis for these materials, and (c) augmenting its collections of nonfiction, narrative, and experimental materials in its effort to strengthen its holdings of historically significant work. The Archive is further dedicated to providing Harvard students and faculty access to these collections in its film viewing facilities and libraries and to advancing the understanding of moving-image arts through programs, projects, and exhibitions.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Administers, develops, promotes Harvard Film Archive, comprised of a film collection and Cinematheque; responsible for collection/public programming for Cinematheque; reports to Head of Fine Arts Library, coordinates w/academic programs in Visual and Environmental Studies/other HU depts; performs Collection Development/Management; provides final authority for acquisitions; initiates contact/ solicits collections w/potential donors; w/Head of FAL and Univ Office of General Counsel, oversees terms/donor agreements; plans/prioritizes cataloging/conservation/preservation; assesses storage/security; conceives/develops public programs including daily film screenings, conferences/events/visits; may teach 1 course in film history as Lecturer w/in VESD; encourages use of collections in Univ. academic programs; facilitates faculty/student research; acts as primary liaison w/researchers¿specialized projects; represents Archive at meetings; manages/prepares annual budget for the HFA; identifies potential grant opportunities/develops proposals; initiates/approves changes in policies/procedures, maintains awareness/understanding of legal issues relating to film archives, copyright, and ownership; coordinates/collaborates w/in or outside Univ. in cooperative projects; serves as representative on special committees/task forces organized by prof. associations; supervises staff of Harvard Film Archives.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE
Ph.D. in film studies/related field or equiv, scholarship demonstrated through publication, plus min of 10 yrs of resp curatorial experience w/film; exp in fiscal mgmnt, planning, staff supervision/project mgmnt; demonstrated commitment to fostering appreciation/understanding of film through combination of programming, teaching, lecturing, exhibitions, publications; strong interest in undergrad education/teaching experience at college level; exc communication/leadership skills. Ability to develop/maintain effective working relationships; problem solve; innovate; collaborate.
details on how to
apply visit: http://jobs.harvard.edu/jobs/
Requisition Number: 19426
Department: Fine Arts Library
Full Or Part Time: Full-Time
ASSOCIATION OF MOVING IMAGE ARCHIVISTS
Art21, a non-profit contemporary art organization based in
, seeks an archivist/archive consultant to advise on New York City
the organization of the Art21 archive and the creation of a web-based platform to catalogue and access the existing archive,
as well as new material to be added to archive in the future. We would like the archivist to start work at Art21 in January 2006 if possible,
and no later than February 2006. Work will be on a temporary, consultant basis, for a total of approximately 160 hours. Salary commensurate
Art21 produces the Emmy-nominated PBS documentary series Art:21–Art in the Twenty-First Century,
and the video material for this series is the core component of the Art21 archive. To date, three seasons of Art:21 have been completed:
each season consists of four one-hour broadcast programs, and each program profiles 3-5 contemporary visual artists. Art21 has thus far
filmed 500-600 hours of footage for the series (with corresponding written transcripts), primarily on anamorphic 16x9 Digital Beta, with some
mini-DV, DV-Cam, film (transferred to DigiBeta) and other formats. Season Four of the series is in pre-production and all material created for
new season will be added to the archive.
The first stage in creating the database is to create the Archive database and Web interface for internal use by Art21 staff.
Art21 will transfer its current video and film database to the new Archive database, indexing all footage according to standardized
search terms. Art21 staff will use the new Web interface to catalogue all new tapes as they are created, ensuring the accuracy of
indexed information and the effectiveness of search terms.
The second stage is to introduce the Online Catalogue as a public resource, allowing users worldwide to search the catalogue and request
access to unedited footage and transcripts. Finally, Art21 will create a system to track the use of the Online Catalogue.
In addition to the broadcast programs, Art21 creates companion books, extensive education and outreach programs, and a highly-trafficked
web site – www.pbs.org/art <http://www.pbs.org/art> - which provides further information on this project. Art21 also produces additional videos,
beyond the Art:21 series. While the Art:21 raw footage is the first priority to be organized by the archivist, Art21 would ultimately like to organize
all materials – including supplementary video research materials, still images, etc. - created by Art21 into a comprehensive archive which can
eventually be accessed by both internal Art21 staff and external users.
Art21 does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status, and honors and welcomes
all qualified applicants to apply. Please send resumes, via email only, to email@example.com
GEH Curatorial Assistant for Special Projects
The Curatorial Assistant supports the Motion Picture Department in the performance of administrative activities and special projects, including processing routine administrative correspondence and coordinating the Curator’s daily appointment calendar. A Secondary duties include but are not limited to assisting in the overall management of the collections in such tasks as inventorying and processing moving image and photographic materials, posters and other artifacts in the department’s collections; the management of the collection storage vaults, including the nitrate collection stored near Rochester in the Louis B. Mayer Conservation Center, Chili, N.Y.; assisting in the exhibition, projection and presentation of motion pictures and other activities in the Dryden Theatre; coordinating and maintaining the inventory of equipment and supplies required for processing and maintaining the collections; the retrieval, inspection, repair and shipping of film and non-film materials; assisting in the routine maintenance of the department’s equipment and facilities; assisting and instructing students, interns, volunteers. Additional tasks may be assigned as necessary. Depending on duties assigned the Curatorial Assistant reports to the Curator, Assistant Curator, and other designated staff members.
Those wishing to apply should send a letter of intent, their curriculum vitae and two separately mailed letters of recommendation to:
Patrick Loughney, Curator
Motion Picture Department
George Eastman House
Applications must be received by January 31, 2006. George Eastman House is an equal opportunity employer.
CNN Librarian (Archivist)
The CNN DC library functions as both a research center and video archive, making the news librarian position extremely diverse and exciting. The primary role of news librarian is to support the research and video needs of the editors, producers, and journalists of the CNN DC bureau. Responsibilities include performing video research using the in-house database system to find sound and visual elements for reporters, producers, and editors. The News Librarian also conducts information research to find facts, opinions, analysis, excerpts and articles using Lexis-Nexis, Factiva, the Internet and traditional reference materials in support of news production. Processes, catalogs, and assigns appropriate indexing terms to cut and raw video generated by the news production team. Participates in various library projects to improve video archive and research services that include but are not limited to, tape selection, maintaining the accuracy and consistency of the thesaurus, prepping materials for off-site storage, intern supervising, intranet web page design and creation, tape circulation, development of internet training classes, and print and serial collection maintenance.
MLS from an
required; at least one year of professional experience desired;
interest in a news library environment; highly-motivated individual
propensity towards working independently and under deadline pressure;
online searching skills with a particular proficiency with Lexis-Nexis,
Factiva, and the Internet; prior television production experience or
concentrating heavily on video and experience with digital archives
May involve some evening and weekend hours.
Apply online at www.timewarner.com and enter Requisition number - 50340BR. All questions should be directed to Rick Denius, firstname.lastname@example.org
UCLA F/TV Admin. Specialist/Research Account Coordinator
The UCLA Film &
is currently accepting applications for the position of Administrative
Specialist / Research and Account Coordinator within the Archive
Development office (Hollywood office). The position was posted
8/24/05 on the UCLA Job Openings website:
Under the direction of the Head of Commercial Development, the Research and Account Coordinator is responsible for client research services, finance and office management, and license agreements, for the Commercial Development office. For more information, please visit the website.
Resumes should be sent to: UCLA Film and Television Archive, Commercial Development Office,
Head of Commercial Development
323-466-0064 (P) 323-461-6317 (F)
University of Kentucky Libraries- University Archivist,
June 20, 2005
DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The
seeks anarchivist to administer the University Archives and Records Program(UARP) including accessioning, appraisal, processing, reference, the maintenance and development of records retention schedules, and outreach activities. Reporting to the Director of Archives within the Special Collections and Digital Programs Division, this position has oversight for the university-wide records management program, for records of all formats, in accordance with state law, guidelines and best professional practices. The person in this position promotes UARP within the University and throughout the state, including the presentation of informational sessions to university faculty, staff and administrators. Responsibilities include establishing policy and procedure based on current archival standards and best practices, developing funding opportunities for UARP activities, exploring digital initiatives and managing UARP's website. This person also provides specialized reference services within UARP and supervises two regular full-time staff members. Universityof Kentucky
Required: Graduate degree in library science (ALA-accredited program),archival administration, information
management, or other relevantfield. Experience with archival administration and institutionalrecords management.
Familiarity with records analysis, archival accessioning, collection processing, electronic records management practices,
retention scheduling, and related issues. Effective written and oral communication skills. Demonstrable computer and
information technology skills. Commitment to ongoing professional development and activity.
DESIRED: Strong background working with electronic records. Direct involvement with database and web site creation
and maintenance. Experience working in a university or college archives environment. Supervisory experience.
Evidence of ability to work well with staff, faculty, administrators, records liaisons, and donors.
SALARY & BENEFITS: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Tenure track, faculty rank,
12 month appointment, 22 days annual leave, TIAA/CREF, Fidelity, and Twentieth Century Annuity plans.For
additional benefits information, see
LIBRARY: Located in the beautiful bluegrass region of central
Kentucky,the Universityof Kentucky Librariessystem
includes the main William T.Young Library, Medical Center Library, Law Library, Special Collections& Digital Programs,
, Little Fine Arts Library, Architecture Library, Education Library, Engineering Library and Agricultural Information Center
five science libraries. Combined holdings total more than 3 million volumes. The system has a staff of 80 librarians
and 109 support staff and serves a student body of 28,000. The UK Libraries use the Voyager integrated library
system. Library membership includes ARL, SOLINET, ASERL, and the Center for Research Libraries, and is a regional
depository for government publications.
TO APPLY FOR JOB # SL508848: Submit a
Online Application at UK
www.uky.edu/ukjobs. For questions, contact HR/Employment, phone (859)257-9555 press 2, or email email@example.com.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: July 24, 2005, but may be extended if necessary.
Librarian/Archivist, Digital Library of
PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
The Metadata Librarian is responsible for metadata and authority control, student hiring and supervision, quality control, and other duties related to the development of digital resources as a part of the Civil Rights Digital Library Initiative at the Digital Library of Georgia,
Librarian reports to the
Project Manager and Digital Metadata Coordinator for the Digital
Georgia and works as a member of the DLG’s Metadata and Site
The position is funded through a 2-year National Leadership Grant for
awarded by the federal
The Civil Rights Digital Library Initiative consists of three primary components: 1) Web-accessible archive of streaming video derived from original news film from Atlanta and Albany, Georgia television stations, 2) civil rights portal providing a seamless virtual library on the Movement by aggregating metadata on a national scale, and 3) a learning objects component to deliver secondary Web-based resources to support the use of the video archive in the learning process. The Metadata Librarian will play principal roles in the video archive and portal components of the initiative.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Describes digital objects using national and local standards. This includes the application of AACR2, AMIM2, and the Dublin Core metadata standard and the gathering and recording of technical, preservation, structural, and rights-related metadata.
Engages in authority work to provide intellectual control over the application of subject headings, personal names, and place names as a component of the metadata process. Uses LCSH, Moving Image Materials Genre Terms, and Art and Architecture Thesaurus. The Digital Library of Georgia employs a local database for controlling personal and place names in conjunction with the Library of Congress Authority File.
Collects, analyzes, and maps Civil Rights-related descriptive metadata from partner digital initiatives to facilitate the creation of an interoperable Civil Rights portal.
Participates in the hire and supervision of student employees engaged in data entry and other tasks associated with the creation of digital resources. Proofs the work of student employees to maintain a high level of quality for the resources generated.
Participates in planning for digital projects and communicates with Digital Library of Georgia and GALILEO personnel to coordinate work effort.
Measures outputs by generating and collecting statistics.
Contributes to the mission of the Digital Library of Georgia by participating in the development and evaluation of policies and services, assessing user needs and satisfaction with learning outcomes, serving on appropriate committees, and maintaining an awareness of changes in allied departments.
Develops and maintains professional skills by participating in continuing education and professional development activities such as conferences, workshops, and committee work; by conducting research or writing for publication; or by engaging in other creative and learning activities.Maintains awareness and acts upon changes and needs in the organization by assuming similar duties and responsibilities.
ALA-accredited or Georgia Board of Regents approved MLS, or relevant Master’s degree (ACA certification expected in 5 years for continued employment); Knowledge of AACR2, LCSH, Dublin Core metadata standard, familiarity with MARC; Effective oral and written communication skills; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships; Familiarity with data content standards (AMIM2), data structure standards (METS, MEPG7) and emerging preservation metadata best practices and guidelines preferred; Experience creating metadata, catalog records, or archival description preferably for non-book resources preferred; Digital library experience preferred.
Standard benefits package includes life, health and disability insurance; mandatory participation in state or optional retirement system, 21 days annual leave, 12 paid holidays. Salary minimum: $32,000.
Send letter of application addressing all qualifications, detailed resume, and the names, addresses, email and phone numbers of three references by November 28, 2005, to:
AUL for Human Resources
While the position title for the announcement is Photographer (Presrevation), this is for a Senior Lead Motion Pictur
Preservation Laboratory position at
NARA's location. The Duties and requirements are as follows College Park, MD
and the full description, instructions, and application are online at:
The incumbent will serve as the technical expert and head of the Motion Picture Laboratory in the Special Media
Preservation Branch of the Preservation Policy and Services Division. Perform the most difficult lab and reproduction
tasks. Operate highly specialized motion picture equipment. Monitor and control the flow of work relating to the
preservation duplication of motion picture films. The materials are on a wide variety of formats and are in varying
degrees of condition.
The incumbent will make recommendations for procedural changes. Monitor and plan for equipment and supply needs.
Determine the need for repair, replacement, or modification of lab equipment. Control and monitor quality assurance
for all phases of the motion picture lab. Control and monitor the quality of work accepted from contractor and
motion picture labs. Supervise a staff engaged in a wide variety of photographic processes.
To be considered for this position at the GS-11 level, you must have 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to
the GS-10 in the federal service.
Specialized Experience is experience which shows that you have the knowledge, skills,
and abilities to perform the duties of this position successfully. This type of experience is generally obtained from having
worked in a position similar to the position being filled. Examples of specialized experience include performing motion picture preservation,
restoration, and reproduction.
You must be a
citizen to qualify for this position. U.S.
A background investigation will be required for this position: a preliminary criminal history check and credit check
may be initiated prior to final offer of employment.
Time-in-grade restrictions apply for current Federal employees applying under merit promotion procedures.
You must have one year of Federal service at the GS-10 to be eligible for the GS-11.
Time-in-grade restrictions do not apply under public notice procedures.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
Category rating is being used for this position. Category rating combines the applicant's total qualifying experience
and education/training into a single quality category. If you meet the basic qualification requirements, we will
further evaluate your entire application package to determine the quality and extent of your experience, education,
training, etc., for placement in one of the following categories: 1) Best qualified, 2) well qualified, or 3) qualified.
This evaluation determines which candidates will be referred to the selecting official for final consideration.
Best qualified candidates are those who meet minimum qualifications, are highly proficient in the major requirement(s) of the position, and
proficient or highly proficient in most of the non-major aspects of the position.
Well qualified candidates are those who meet minimum qualifications and are proficient in most aspects of the position.
Qualified candidates are those who meet minimum qualifications but are not proficient in most aspects of the position.
On plain paper, list each of the following knowledges, skills, abilities, and other characteristics (KSAOs) separately
and explain how your experience, education, training, self-development activities, appraisals, awards, etc. relate to
each KSAO and this position. Please limit your narratives to one page per KSAO. KSAO summary statements that
address all KSAOs together are not acceptable.
1. Demonstrated knowledge of techniques and processes of motion picture photography including correct color
balance and exposure using laboratory aim density controls, sensitometric and densitometric tests.
2. Demonstrated ability to test, evaluate, monitor, and maintain equipment and supplies in order to repair, replace,
or modify lab equipment such as printers, processors, color analyzers and viewing tables.
3. Demonstrated ability to properly handle, repair, and print damaged, fragile and deteriorated motion picture footage
using highly specialized motion picture equipment including specialized printers, special effects equipment,
optical reduction printers, etc. for archival preservation.
4. Demonstrated ability to efficiently establish an appropriate course of action for self and others to accomplish
specific goals and evaluate completed work to ensure quality standards are achieved and instructions are properly
followed.To be considered for this position, you must submit KSAO narrative statements with your application package.
Supervisory Motion Picture Preservation Specialist
National Archives and Records Administration