Video and Audio Technology Specialist
06-24-2014 (Apply ASAP)
SupOrg – Division Equivalent:
LB1082 – Division of Libraries
Unit Specific Text:
Manage the technology infrastructure for Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media Center’s video and audio collections and services. Design, implement, and maintain quality control over procedures and training for permanent and part-time staff, to ensure they have the knowledge and skills to assist the public in the use of the Center’s technology and facilities. Design and implement routines and projects to optimize conservation, preservation, and long-term use of the Center’s collections, including but not limited to digital reformatting of audio and video materials for purposes of access, conservation, and preservation.
College major or coursework in music, cinema, or art; Graduate degree in audio/video preservation.
Minimum three years experience managing complex workflows in a customer service environment; Experience with audio and/or video engineering and preservation.
Library work experience. Understanding of academic culture, with the ability to interact cooperatively with a diverse population of faculty, students, and professional colleagues.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:(include unique competencies, certification, licenses, etc.):
Hardware and software for the production and end use of audio and video; Preservation best practices for audio and video recordings, including metadata capture; Analog to digital conversion workflows; Use of library information systems; Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; Basic office computing applications; Ability to work collaboratively within a large multi-departmental organization.
Understanding of academic culture, with the ability to interact cooperatively with a diverse population of faculty, students, and professional colleagues.