Reporting to the Head of Digital Preservation, the Digital Preservation Analyst will focus on the following activities:
- Digital Collection Analysis (e.g., lead a review of the digitisation workflow to inform its future state, focusing on day-to-day data management, preservation, and storage).
- Business change (e.g., determine and plan new processes and procedures for digital preservation, metadata improvement, and quality management and dataflow processes, and embed them into the work of staff).
- Stakeholder engagement and learning delivery (e.g., lead on training for new services delivered by the Programme, creating a training programme that addresses the needs of library staff who will use these services).
- Community, collaboration, advocacy (e.g., work with the Head of Digital Preservation to build and manage mutually beneficial partnerships and networks within CUL, the University, and wider digital preservation and GLAM communities).