Digital and Preservation Archivist, Clemson University, SC

Clemson University Libraries seeks a Digital and Preservation Archivist who will be largely responsible for managing the digital conversion and online delivery of born-digital and digitalized archival collections in collaboration with appropriate library partners. This role involves the development and implementation of policies, standards, and procedures for the management of the digital content within the Special Collections and Archives. These materials include current and legacy physical media and web-based material with reference to University Archives materials. Also included in responsibilities of the role is the integration of proper digital forensic tools to help ensure authentic and appropriately protected archival materials and the management of the conversion of analog formats and audiovisual materials.

Qualifications: In addition to the job skills listed above, the qualifications for the role include an ALA- accredited graduate degree in librarianship, SAA-accredited graduate degree in archives administration, or a relevant, accredited graduate degree as deemed appropriate by the Libraries, and at least two years of experience in some aspect of archives, special collections, or records repository. The ideal candidate will possess a SAA Digital Archives Specialist certificate and have demonstrated experience working with archival collections in a digital environment within an academic or research library.

For a complete description, salary range and benefits, and applications instructions, see Applications received by September 16. 2019 will receive first consideration.
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