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France-Merrick Director of the H. Furlong Baldwin Library which houses over 7 million documents and books dating from pre-colonization to the present day. In addition, the library collection includes a vast photography collection and a range of audio and digital collections.
The Library Director will articulate a clear vision for this vital component of the institution, guide daily functions and shape the larger institutional role of the library.
The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced team player who has overseen diverse collections, created public programming to promote library holdings and who enjoys interfacing with the public, scholars, donors and the Board of Trustees.
They will be flexible, enthusiastic, and enjoy tackling a diverse range of responsibilities. This position reports to the Vice President of Collections and Interpretation and will oversee a department composed of 4 staff members.
Graduate level coursework in American History is also desirable Minimum of 5 to 7 years professional experience with increasing responsibility for managing a library or a special collections department Demonstrated experience in strategic planning Demonstrated digital literacy at the end-user, administrative and strategic perspective Demonstrated experience in applying efficient processing techniques in accessing, appraising, arranging, describing, and preserving archival collections of varying size and complexity Experience supervising staff, interns, and volunteers, including providing feedback and evaluating outcomes Experience and sensitivity when working with culturally diverse populations.
Demonstrated experience applying archival standards and vocabularies, including EAD, DACS, and LCSH Knowledge of XML and familiarity with EOS and PastPerfect collections management systems Knowledge of current issues and trends regarding digital archives, digitization, and digital scholarship Understanding and ability to stay abreast of privacy, confidentiality, copyright, and use policies associated with archives and special collection materials Excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, and time management skills Evidence of professional engagement at local, state, or national levels.
The Maryland Historical Society is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to expand the diversity of its staff.
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