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JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMET 

ARCHIVE OF RECORDED SOUND --- STUDENT HOURLY ASSISTANT

HIRING DEPARTMENT:   Stanford University Libraries, Archive of Recorded Sound

Job Type:   Stanford Student Hourly

JOB TITLE:   Archives Acquisitions Processing Assistant

DEPARTMENT/LOCATION: 

            Archive of Recorded Sound (lower level of Music Library)
            Braun Music Center
            Basement, Room 8
            Mail Code: 3077

NUMBER OF POSITIONS:  1 (maybe 2)

HOURS:  Each position is (6-7) hours per week, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am-5pm.

SALARY:  $14.65 - $15.55 per hour

TERM:  Through end Spring Quarter 2016

SUPERVISORS: Aurora Perez, Operations Manager, Archive of Recorded Sound, Braun Music Center, aperez@stanford.edu, (650) 723-9312

JOB DESCRIPTION:  Assists with the maintenance and shelving of archival collections; assists with preparation of items for preservation storage; assists with the processing of audio and video recordings and archival print materials including sorting, organizing, cleaning, shelving, and weeding out duplicate materials; maintaining acquisition statistics; assists with other facilities and collection maintenance duties as assigned including photocopying, scanning, and replacing enclosures..

QUALIFICATIONS:  Ability to follow instructions accurately and with attention to detail; ability to work reliably, steadily and independently; proficient in Windows environment and with Excel spreadsheets; good keyboarding skills; ability to handle fragile materials safely; ability to lift up to 40 pounds.  Knowledge of historical sound recordings desired.

TO APPLY:  Contact Aurora Perez, aperez@stanford.edu             

STUDENT HOURLY POSITIONS

The Archive of Recorded Sound regularly seeks student workers for a variety of different tasks in the Archive. Specific postings will be added here as and when they are available. However, please feel free to email your resume to the Sound Archives Librarian at any time. We are particularly interested to hear from students who are eligible for the Federal Work Study Program.