HBO Coordinator, Archives Special Collections (Long Term Temp) in California Santa Monica, California | DiversityInc Careers
 
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HBO Coordinator, Archives Special Collections (Long Term Temp)

 Overall Summary:  
 
HBO Archives is looking for a Coordinator, Archives Special Collections to work temporary long term.  Reporting directly to our Specialist, the Coordinator supports award winning HBO Original Productions through the collection, storage, exhibition, and circulation of iconic HBO assets.  The Coordinator is current with cutting edge archival practices, and can help steward our collections from accession to long-term preservation.
 
The stand out candidate will have a degree in Library and Information Science with interest and experience in the curation of museum quality assets. They will have familiarity with best practices to handle and process a variety of material types, have worked in an archive or museum, and have experience cataloging collections in both physical and digital asset management systems.  The top candidate exhibits a high level of integrity, attention to detail, critical thinking skills, and has excellent communication skills.
 
Primary Responsibilities:
 

 
Requirements
  • 1+ year experience processing archival or museum collections
  • Experience working with a digital or physical asset management system
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Exhibit a high level of integrity; attention to detail; critical thinking skills; ability to work independently
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time, regularly lift and carry 40 lb. containers, and handle fragile items
  • Experience working with textiles
 
Preferred
  • Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) or closely related field
  • Experience working with both physical and digital collections
  • Experience working in a corporate environment
  • Knowledge of preservation standards and best practices