NYPL is recruiting an Assistant Manager for Audio and Moving Image Preservation.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
The New York Public Library audio and moving image preservation program safeguards the audio, video, and film research collection holdings through physical treatment and reformatting. In response to a recent Mellon-funded assessment, the Library is moving forward with an ambitious plan to digitize and preserve its critically at-risk media holdings over the next several years. . . .
The Assistant Manager for Audio and Moving Image Preservation reports to the Manager for Preservation Reformatting and Field Services within the Special Collections department. The position is responsible for daily lab operations, staff oversight, project management, and quality control for both vendor and in-house work. The position will play a key role in the development of the Library's preservation program, specifications, tools and software, and infrastructure expansion.