Re- posting May 24, 2017 (Originally posted April 6, 2017)
Position: Archives Cataloging/Digitization Intern and Archives Processing Intern
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Company/Organization Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation
Summary The Brooklyn Navy Yard (the Yard) is a mission-driven industrial park that is a nationally acclaimed model of the viability and positive impact of modern, urban industrial development. Now home to over 330 businesses employing seven thousand people, the Yard is in the midst of its largest expansion in generations that will increase employment to 16 thousand New Yorkers. The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation (BNYDC) is the not-for-profit corporation that serves as the real estate developer and property manager of the Yard on behalf of its owner, The City of New York (the “City”). BNYDC constantly strives to provide an environment in which businesses and careers can take root and grow. BNYDC’s mission is to fuel New York City’s economic vitality by creating and preserving quality jobs, growing the City’s modern industrial sector and its businesses, and connecting the local community with the economic opportunity and resources of the Yard.
- Candidates are expected to work 3 days per week Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm.
- 15 hours per week
- Intern must commit to 20-weeks.
Compensation: $15 per hour
Source SAA http://careers.archivists.org/jobs/8948244
|The BNYDC Archives seeks an Archives Cataloging/Digitization intern to participate in a large scale digitization and cataloging project. Under the supervision of the BNYDC Archivist, the intern will assist in processing a collection containing architectural and engineering plans from the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s history. The intern will arrange and inventory plans currently housed in flat file cabinets. In addition, the intern is expected to scan and catalog plans in the Archives’ digital asset management system, hosted by Collective Access.
The BNYDC Archives seeks an intern to assist in processing archival collections both large and small in extent. Under the supervision of the BNYDC Archivist, the intern will re-process one large collection at the item level, based on a processing plan devised by the Archivist. The intern may also complete arrangement and description for a series of smaller collections.
Submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the cover letter, please indicate the days of the week you are available to work.