Archives and Manuscripts Assistant - 125342
#125342 Archives and Manuscripts AssistantFiling Deadline: Mon 10/2/2023
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This is a part-time 40% limited position for 1 year with the possibility to extend or conversion to career status, based on the needs of the department and funding.
Under the direction of the Supervisory Archivist, processes (i.e. arranges, organizes, and describes) all materials in astronomy, oceanography, and other science collections for public research use following archival principles; performs basic preservation treatment for materials; carries out special projects as assigned. Analyzes documents for topical content and performs related research to provide context and appropriate series arrangement.
Interprets and creates complex spreadsheets, reports, and folder lists; creates a finding aid; ensures accurate descriptions and appropriate retention of material in the collection. May participate in digitization of substantial portions of these collections for public access, including securing copyright permissions from copyright holders. Develops publishable descriptions of these processed scientific collections for scholarly dissemination.
Cover letter required for a complete application.
Demonstrated experience arranging, describing and preserving manuscript and archives collections, following standards recognized by the Society of American Archivists.
Ability to analyze, identify, describe and understand the correlations between different types of documents and records, including documents with restrictions or sensitive content.
Ability to organize and assign priorities to work in order to meet all quality and quantity standards.
Demonstrated communication skills, including clear expression of ideas and concepts, complex writing in English, active listening, and willingness to share ideas.
Knowledge of astronomy including reading and interpreting documents, papers and other archival materials related to astronomy, space science, physics and mathematics.
Experience encoding finding aids using Encoded Archival Description.
This is a 40%, limited position, funded for 12 months. This appointment may be extended based on the needs of the department.
Works in high-security area. Pages material from high shelves.
Must pass a background check.
Cover Letter required.
Work location will be 100% onsite at Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
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Annual Full Pay Range: $51,803 - $67,171 (will be prorated if the appointment percentage is less than 100%)
Hourly Equivalent: $24.81 - $32.17
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Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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