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Digital Content Management Archivist for Institutional Collections, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Job Summary

Reporting to the Collections Services Archivist/Processing Manager, the Digital Content Management Archivist for Institutional Collections (DCM Archivist) manages born-digital content including institutional records transferred from administrative and academic departments and systems, email, student scholarly output such as theses and prize papers, and archived websites, from initial receipt through deposit in a preservation repository. The DCM Archivist works with Harvard University Archives (HUA) staff across all units to develop, implement, and adjust workflows for the long-term management and delivery of born digital content created at the University and in the related community during all phases of the records lifecycle.  

The Harvard University Archives has recently joined with the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library, Fine Arts Library, Harvard Film Archive, and Houghton Library to create Archives, Arts, and Special Collections of Harvard Library, a new administrative unit currently planning integrated approaches to technical services for archives and special collections across the portfolio. 

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