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Digital Repositories Librarian, Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA


Berklee Library and Learning Resources is seeking a qualified person for the position of Digital Repositories Librarian. This new role, under the oversight of the Associate Director, Archives & Special Collections, will be responsible for creating and managing digital repositories and online collections. The successful candidate will be a dynamic and forward thinker, fully comfortable with the suite of technologies currently used to manage digital repositories in academia, who will work closely with members of the Archives, Content and Media Services, and Collection Strategies teams within the Berklee Library. 

Job Responsibilities

  • Develop and operationalize workflows, procedures, and policies for Berklee’s burgeoning institutional repository REMIX ( and suite of digital special collections.
  • Creation, maintenance and expansion of digital collections and the metadata associated with those collections.
  • Assist in metadata creation for streaming audio/video of Berklee events and performances that comprise the high-visibility “Berklee Events Online” repository. 
  • Work with a wide range of stakeholders to design and develop public-facing websites that showcase and exploit digital assets. 
  • Collaborate with Chairs, faculty, and other members of the Berklee community on management of Berklee-created collections of teaching assets. 
  • Drive engagement with and outreach to faculty, staff, students, alumni, and others within and outside the Berklee community who are engaging with Berklee’s Archival and special collections.
  • Understand and ensure adherence to appropriate copyright frameworks surrounding digital collections and repositories.
  • Promotion/marketing of digital projects. 
  • Supervision of student employees.
  • Other duties as needed.

How to apply:

To read the full job description and apply, visit:—Boston/Digital-Repositories-Librarian_R0005420