2019 Fall RAD Digitization Intern-D.C

Approximate date of posting June 24, 2019

Position: RAD Digitization Intern

Eligibility current undergraduate or graduate students, or recent graduates.

Location: D.C.

Company/Organization  NPR PR’s Research, Archives & Data Strategy (RAD) team partners with all programs and divisions to address a wide spectrum of information needs and to maintain NPR’s complete audio archives. As part of our continuing efforts to make our content available digitally, we are recruiting an intern to contribute to audio reformatting objectives.

Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Frame September 9 – December 13

Compensation: $12.50 per hour.

Source: https://archivesgig.com/2019/02/26/washington-dc-paid-rad-digitization-intern-summer-2019-npr/

Description:. Working under the supervision of RAD team members on digital reformatting of NPR’s audio archive, our Reformatting Intern will:

  • Participate in all stages of reformatting workflows including materials prep, playback and signal extraction, and digital asset management
  • Develop an in-depth understanding of legacy media formats and associated technology
  • Annotate and promote archives-related content to RAD social media accounts


How to Apply:


Please include a cover letter along with your resume for full consideration

  • In your cover letter, please tell us about your:
    • Audio preservation coursework and/or experiences digitizing audiovisual materials
    • Knowledge of best practices related to the care and preservation of open reel magnetic tape
    • Demonstrated interest in audio technology and digital asset management
    • Knowledge of digital file formats
    • Flexibility with respect to working on multiple projects and shifting priorities
    • Ability to articulate the importance of audio preservation to stakeholders and others
    • Ability to balance attention to detail and accuracy with an understanding of “the big picture”
    • Experience handling deadline pressure and establishing priority among competing demands
    • Ability to work independently and/or collaboratively as needs of the project dictate
    • Ability to establish rapport quickly and easily with colleagues
    • Experience managing the expectations of others
    • Excellent communication skills, both in person and in writing
    • Passion for current events, history, music, pop culture

Deadline: July 12, 2019 at 5pm ET

2019 Fall Archives Intern-CA

Approximate date of posting  May 27, 2019

Position: Archives Intern


Must be a current student in or recent graduate of a Masters-level program in library science, museum studies or related program

Location: Emeryville, CA

Company/Organization  Pixar

Schedule/Hours Must be available to work full-time Mon – Fri

Time Frame. for 12-weeks between Sept 2019 – Dec 2019

Compensation: assumed

Source: LinkedIn

  • Description:
  • This position provides support to the Pixar Living Archives. You’ll work with various members of the Archives team in archiving assorted materials (paintings, drawings, pastels, sculptures, digital files, etc.) from our animated films and historical collection

Feature Film Processing Project

  • Inventory and organize materials created by feature film art and story departments
  • Re-house, label and prepare materials for long-term storage
  • Create and update database records to track content and information

Digital Asset Project

  • Assess and organize digital assets in multiple systems toward the goal of archiving for preservation and long-term access
  • Create and update project documentation
  • Other Tasks May Include:

    – Projects related to the care of pastels, paintings, maquettes

    – Supporting archivists by moving collections between buildings and to/from clients in the studio

    – Support the studio reference library with shelf reading of book and film collections

Other Tasks May Include

  • Projects related to the care of pastels, paintings, maquettes
  • Supporting archivists by moving collections between buildings and to/from clients in the studio
  • Support the studio reference library with shelf reading of book and film collections

Addn’l Qualifications

Completion of archives track or indexing coursework desirable

      Experience working with physical and/or digital archival collections a plus

      Mac proficiency and experience working with databases (FileMaker Pro a plus)

      Flexible nature with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks/activities simultaneously

      Excellent people skills with strong verbal and written communication skills

      Strong administrative, detail and follow-up skills

      Creative problem-solving skills, curiosity and motivation

How to Apply: https://pixar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Pixar_External_Internships/job/Emeryville/Archives-Intern—Fall-2019_R-02118

  • Attach a single PDF file containing your cover letter and your resume

Deadline: https://pixar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Pixar_External_Internships/job/Emeryville/Archives-Intern—Fall-2019_R-02118

2018 -2020 Diversity Fellow-MI

Approximate date of posting June 14, 2019

Position: Library Faculty Diversity Felllow

Eligibility This opportunity is open for applicants with a Master’s Degree awarded by or before December 2019 from a program accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) or from a program in a country with a formal accreditation process as identified by ALA

Location: Allendale, Michigan

Company/Organization  Grand Valley State University

Schedule/Hours  Full-time

Time Frame 3 years

Compensation: $46,900-50,000, includes health benefits

Source: acrl-rig@lists.ala.org


Grand Valley State University (GVSU) Libraries is seeking candidates for two visiting faculty fellowships for 2019-2022. These three-year appointments are for user-focused and collegial Liaison Librarians with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Faculty Fellows will gain professional experience as an academic librarian and a faculty member.

 Liaison Librarians collaborate with faculty to provide learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. The person hired for this position will work with humanities, social sciences, professional programs or interdisciplinary programs. Liaisons engage in library instruction, research services, collection development, and scholarly communications outreach in their assigned areas, as well as provide support to the first-year writing program. They demonstrate a commitment to student success, an understanding of the liberal arts education mission, and work collaboratively and independently within a dynamic, team-based organization. They will report either to the Head of Liberal Arts Programs and be located on the Allendale Campus or to the Head of Professional Programs and be located on the Grand Rapids Campus.

 These positions will give the selected candidate the opportunity to:

CREATE— Liaison Librarians will identify and implement new and emerging trends, best practices, and models in instruction and research support as well as scholarly engagement. They develop projects that align with their areas of focus and anticipate the future needs of the Libraries.

 COLLABORATE— Liaison Librarians work collaboratively to ensure that our instructional and research services are meeting the needs of our users. They have opportunities to work with faculty, staff, and students across the University. We invite applicants who have a user-focused, innovative, and creative approach to their work.

 GROW— GVSU Librarians are members of the university faculty with a 12-month appointment. Librarians engage in scholarship, professional development, and service to the organization and the profession. There are opportunities to work across the Libraries and the University to gain experience and knowledge about areas of our profession, with an emphasis on collaboration. Librarians at GVSU engage in faculty governance and participatory-style management practices. In addition, the successful applicant will gain a greater understanding of how to flourish in an academic setting.

 GVSU and the GVSU Libraries have a culture that encourages professional growth and development. Funding and support for conference travel and the dissemination of scholarly output is provided by both the Libraries and the University via internal grants and mentoring. For more information on how GVSU supports travel and scholarship, please see the Pew Faculty Teaching and learning Center grants page athttps://www.gvsu.edu/ftlc/grants-47.htm and the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence dissemination travel grant page athttps://www.gvsu.edu/csce/dissemination-travel-grant-13.htm. Additionally, the State Library of Michigan offers Professional Development Grants for Librarians.

How to Apply: http://jobs.gvsu.edu and search for Visiting Librarian.

POC Questions? Feel free to contact Annie Bélanger, search committee chair via email annie.belanger@gvsu.edu or telephone 616-331-2621 or Feel free or Jeffrey Daniels (danielsj@gvsu.edu), search committee co-chairs.

Deadline: Application deadline is [4 weeks from posting].

2019 Summer/Fall Records Management Intern-HI

Approximate date of posting  April 5, 2019

Position: Records Management Facilitator Interns (2)

Eligibility Enrolled or recently graduated from an ALA accredited MLIS program or related graduate program.

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

Company/Organization  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Marine Monuments of the Pacific Office, located in Honolulu, Hawaii is looking for two Records Management Facilitators to assist in organizing our holdings.  Our offices have extensive historical files spanning decades, which document the management, political history, and scientific research surrounding 22 national wildlife refuges and 4 marine national monuments throughout the Pacific. The collections consist of analog and digital records, maps, photographs, and other mixed media. Two interns will be stationed at the Honolulu office.

Schedule/Hours  full-time (40 hrs./week)

Time Frame: 6-month,

Start date for this position would be between July 18th– July 24th, 2019.

Compensation: The internship is unpaid. Depending on your school’s program requirements, you may be able to receive credit for this internship. TRAVEL AND LODGING: The Service will provide roundtrip airfare to and from Honolulu, including reimbursement for luggage, if necessary. We also provide compensation for public transportation to and from work via reimbursement for a monthly bus pass. A monthly food stipend will be provided as well. Housing is provided at a communal agency bunkhouse, if needed. The bunkhouse can accommodate up to seven people

Source https://careers.archivists.org/jobs/12179704/&utm_source=BTI_JOB_ALERT&utm_medium=email

Description We are looking for conscientious, resourceful, and motivated information professionals to become our in-house experts.  The records management facilitators will be responsible for following a records schedule, organizing and digitizing files, keeping a records inventory, and disposing of files accordingly. You will gain hands-on experience with electronic records, preservation, digitization, metadata, records management, and content management systems. You will also gain experience prioritizing tasks, collaborating with others, establishing guidelines, and training other staff in records management tasks.

Many responsibilities of the rotation will be distributed between the interns. The Honolulu interns will prioritize the big-picture potential of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service records room. For example, they will continue the goal of creating a sustainable filing system.  They will also work together to digitize and purge records, as well as maintain the online catalog of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service references. Other tasks include digitizing maps, downloading content from CDs and DVDs, and generally working to decrease the volume of mixed media accumulated in the records room.

Apply To apply, send an attached resume, brief cover letter and two to three references to: Mike Marxen at mike_marxen@fws.gov 
Please have the subject of the email state “RMF Honolulu Application”Website:

POC: Deadline: close of business April 26th, 2019

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

2019-2022 Academic Library Residency -WI

Approximate date of posting  February 4, 2019

Position: Digital Library Services or Open Educational Resources

Eligibility: •    recent graduates. MA/MS in Library/Information Studies, or field related to placement

Location: Madison, Wisconsin

Company/Organization University of Wisconsin-Madison 


Time Frame. three-year placement

Compensation: Salary: $52,000 with an excellent benefits package

Source: acrl-rig@lists.ala.org

Description: Digital Library Services

This position will work with the Digital Curation Coordinator and the Digital Services Librarian to gain professional skills and growth in the areas of digital preservation policy and stewardship; digital collections curation, description, capture and delivery; research data services; institutional digital repository policies and stewardship; data analytics and assessment for library services and applications.

Full Position Description

Open Educational Resources

This position will be key to UW-Madison’s transition from ad-hoc support for interested instructors to a coordinated campus-level effort to encourage instructors to create, adopt, and adapt affordable course content. This position will coordinate a campus-wide working group; manage collaborative outreach and education activities; participate in provision of copyright and licensing support for authors; contribute to development of library publishing services related to OER; and actively participate in both state-level and international networks of institutions and advocates.

Full Position Description

The UW-Madison Libraries will also support professional development and service activities in the library, on campus, and in the wider academic library community, including conference attendance and opportunities to develop a presentation or publication based on the Resident’s UW-Madison activities.

The Libraries at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are dedicated to the practices of social justice, diversity, equality, and respect among our staff, students, collections, and services. We strive to overcome historical and divisive biases in our society and embrace diverse points of view as assets to the fabric of our community. All positions will be called on to contribute to building this environment, and we encourage candidates to apply who share these values.

Year one will include a placement in College Library, the library with primary service to undergraduates, to give the resident a firm foundation in academic librarianship with experience in reference, instruction, and collection development. After the first year, when the resident also gets familiar with the large UW-Madison campus and learns about the many different libraries and library services available, a two-year placement in a library will be arranged based on the resident’s interests and the needs and priorities of the libraries. For example, this placement could be at a science library, such as Steenbock Library, or a department such as Special Collections or Archives.

Website: https://www.library.wisc.edu/about/employment/diversity-resident-librarian/

How to Apply Applicant’s cover letter should speak to a placement preference (or ranked placement preferences) and

Email resume and cover letter to library-hr@library.wisc.edu.

Deadline: Applications will be accepted until March 31, 2019.