Stanford University Libraries are recruiting a Media Digitization Production Coordinator.
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The Media Digitization Production Coordinator will, under the supervision of the Manager of the Stanford Media Preservation Lab, support the management and operation of media reformatting labs and will contribute to the creation and provision of access to digital collections. He/she will contribute to all steps in the production workflow, including materials selection, preparation, metadata creation, quality control and preparation of files for online access and repository preservation. The Production Coordinator will help coordinate the daily operations of media reformatting projects, including data management, troubleshooting, exception handling, and coordination of tasks, working closely with a variety of team members, including but not limited to: the lab manager, project manager(s), archivists and curators, outside vendors, and fellow production staff. The Production Coordinator will also help maintain project documentation, issue status reports, and track daily progress.
This is a 100% FTE position (40 hours per week) for a fixed term of 36 months, with a possibility of extension.