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Manuscript End Processing Assistant (Part-Time), Schlesinger Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Job Description The Schlesinger Library has an immediate opening for an assistant to end process collections processed by the 7 members of the manuscript department. Duties include: Salary: $20.00/hour Requirements Hours About the Schlesinger The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, located just outside of Harvard Square, is one…

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Processing Assistant, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA

Job Description The Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston, Mass. seeks a part-time (17-21 hours per week) Processing Assistant to work in its Collections Services Department. The Processing Assistant will assist the Processing Archivists and Senior Cataloger with tasks associated with housing and describing manuscript and photograph collections. Duties may include: creating preliminary inventories and box…

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Graduate Student Processing Assistant, Harvard Art Museums Archives/Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art, Cambridge, MA

The Harvard Art Museums Archives seeks a Graduate Student Processing Assistant to survey, arrange,and describe the papers of an important female donor to the museum. The collection includescorrespondence and visual materials documenting the donor’s life and work, inside and outside of theart world. This is a less than half time non-benefited position, up to 14…

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Processing Associate, MIT Libraries, Cambridge, MA

Description: The MIT Libraries and the Department of Distinctive Collections seek a Processing Associate to support archival processing and other critical functions in the department. The holdings in the Department of Distinctive Collections (DDC) are unified by their uniqueness and rarity. From ancient cuneiform tablets to modern Institute archival records, our collections range across disciplines,…

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[CLOSED]Processing Assistant (part-time), Schlesinger Library (Harvard University), Cambridge, MA

Description: About the Schlesinger: The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, located just outside of Harvard Square, is one of the world’s premier repositories of materials documenting the lives and work of American women, with collections that span civil rights and feminism, health and sexuality, work and family life,…

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Processing Assistant (part-time), Baker Library Special Collections, Harvard Business School, Boston, MA

Description: Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience working with audiovisual materials? Baker Library Special Collections is seeking a motivated and detail-oriented candidate for the role of Processing Assistant.  Under general supervision, the Processing Assistant will provide support with the arrangement, description of born-digital and analog audio-visual materials to ensure long-term preservation and accessibility. Responsibilities…

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End Processing Assistant (Temp), Harvard University/Widener Library, Cambridge, MA

Description: Under the direction of the Access Services Manager, the End Processing Assistant is required to perform shelf preparation and quality control on incoming material for stacks shelving or remote storage. The End Processing Assistant also receives, sorts, and prioritizes new material, formats, prints, applies call number tags, edge stamps, security strips and performs preservation…

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Processing Assistant, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA

Description: The Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston, Mass. seeks a part-time (17-21 hours per week) Processing Assistant to work in its Collections Services Department. The Processing Assistant will assist the Processing Archivists and Senior Cataloger with tasks associated with housing and describing manuscript and photograph collections.  Duties may include: creating preliminary inventories and box lists,…

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