Job Postings - Professional/Administrative

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Title: Head Projectionist and Screening Room Manager
Classification/Rank: PAO-2RS
Job Listing: 02411P
Position: 00044163

Summary: Oversee the technical aspects and event management of the Indiana University Libraries new screening room, which is part of the Libraries’ Moving Image Archive; project for screening events; hire, train, and manage assistant projectionists; maintain booth equipment; assist Moving Image Archive staff with faculty, campus, and internal library requests for screenings and use of the space; work with Libraries Advancement for events in the space; work with researchers to screen films in the individual screening rooms; oversee the legacy video rack; arrange the delivery of media playing in the screening room.

Qualifications:  Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required

Bachelor’s degree in Film, Media Studies or a relevant discipline required. A master’s degree in a relevant discipline or a bachelor’s degree plus an advanced certificate in moving image archiving and preservation preferred.  Two years working with 16mm film presentation and other various digital video formats; projection and playback equipment; operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of 2K projector, 16mm projectors, and legacy formats (including U-matic, VHS, and Laser disk) required; five years preferred.  In-depth knowledge of best practices for handling, preserving, and exhibiting, archival media.  Knowledge of video and audio file formats and codecs.  Knowledge of common digital video playback and file format conversion tools.  Expertise working with DCI compliant digital cinema projectors and servers.  Expertise in projecting and maintaining analog video decks, digital servers, video projectors, audio equipment and all other ancillary support equipment.  Ability to understand and play a variety of digital formats provided by partnering patrons wanting to screen material.  Knowledge of media history, technologies, and aesthetics.  Expertise in film projection, print inspection and repair.  Ability to keep abreast of new technical developments in both film and digital formats.  Ability to solve technical problems and repair minor mechanical faults.  Ability to use computers running Mac OS X and Windows computer operating systems.  Ability to work a flexible schedule: weekends and evenings will be required.  Excellent written and verbal communications skills.  Ability to work with different user groups, coordinate programs and operate public events.

Experience working in administrative and/or supervisory capacity and experience in an archive or facility that collects archival moving image material preferred.  Familiarity with activities involved in event management.  Knowledge of video editing software, digitization technologies, and best practices.  Ability to use and perform minor repairs on flatbed viewers.  Membership in a professional organization like the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA), Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) or comparable group
Physical Requirements:
Ability to lift at least 35 lbs. overhead and retrieve items from shelves using ladders. Ability to lift film cans, occasionally move large boxes containing new film collections, and other physical activities related to moving, inspecting, and projecting archival media.

Title: Romance Languages Cataloger
Classification/Rank: PAO-2RS
Job Listing: 02336P
Position: 00044145

Summary: Creates original bibliographic and authority metadata records with expertise in Romance languages as a participant in the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) BIBCO, NACO and SACO programs. Oversees cataloging of special Romance languages collections, including cartonera, chapbooks, zines and other materials. Reviews and proposes local cataloging policies and workflows relevant to Romance languages collections. Advises management in metadata activities related to Romance languages cataloging. Keeps abreast of the latest development in the profession and with standards and processes designed to improve cataloging Romance languages materials.

Qualifications:  Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required

Bachelor’s degree in Library Science, Information Science, or relevant field and three years of MARC record creation experience in an academic environment. Combinations of related education and experience may be considered. Reading knowledge of one or more Romance languages. Demonstrated working knowledge of international and national metadata content standards and tools such as Resource Description and Access (RDA), Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd ed., revised (AACR2), Library of Congress classification and subject headings (or other controlled vocabularies), Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR). Working knowledge of MARC. Demonstrated ability to work with OCLC database and an integrated library system.Excellent oral and written communication skills in English. Ability to work collaboratively in an environment of continuous change. Ability to meet deadlines and maintain a high level of productivity and accuracy. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with supervisors, peers, and trainees and work cooperatively in a team environment.

Master’s degree in Library Science, Information Science, or relevant field; reading knowledge of Spanish; experience creating original MARC records contributed to a national database; reading knowledge of additional Romance languages.

Title: Information Technology Project Manager
Classification/Rank: PAE-3IT
Job Listing: 01889P
Position: 00043790

Summary:The Information Technology Project Manager will provide project management support for software and systems development projects across the Library Technologies division of the IU Bloomington Libraries. This work includes serving as project manager for specific information IT projects; serving as Scrum Master for projects following the Scrum Agile software development methodology; setting and tracking progress toward goals, objectives, and project deliverables; providing reports to managers and library leadership on UT project progress and status; working with managers to allocate staff capacity and resources to IT projects; and tracking and reporting on overall project portfolio and staff project allocations within the Library Technologies divisi

Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required

Bachelor's degree in informatics, computer science, information science, or other relevant discipline. 3 years’ experience in project management, Scrum Master, or Scrum Product Owner role. 3 years’ experience working on complex software or IT systems development projects.  Knowledge and ability to apply traditional and agile project management methodologies to IT projects. Knowledge of Scrum Agile project management methodology and demonstrated ability to apply Scrum to software development projects. Knowledge of IT systems and network concepts. Knowledge of and ability to use project management, issue tracking, and source code management systems.

Certified Scrum Master, Project Management Professional, or other project management certification(s) strongly desired.

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