Archives Assistant, The Earle Brown Music Foundation
One day per week, $13/hour plus travel reimbursement from the metro NYC
The individual will work with the Administrator of the Foundation to
accomplish a wide variety of organizational tasks relating to the
maintenance of the archive. These will include but will not be limited
to the sorting of materials, photocopying and assembling manuscripts and
performance materials, scanning photographs,
letters, and documents for the Online Archive, contact database
maintenance, and a diverse array of other tasks as the Foundation's
activities and needs evolve. Given the size of the organization and the
wide variety of tasks, the individual should be capable of quickly
adjusting to unfamiliar tasks and comfortable learning new things,
The individual should have basic competency in the use of scanners,
cd-burners, Macintosh computers, Adobe products, Filemaker, and an
understanding of how websites function. Programming experience is not
required, but comfort with technology is.
Ideally the individual will be pursuing a career as a librarian,
archivist, or non-profit administrator, have basic music literacy and an
interest in contemporary music. For information on Earle Brown and the
Foundation, please visit our website: http://www.earle-brown.org.
If you have questions about this position please contact Micah Silver
by email or phone: (718) 576-1951 or email@example.com.
The Earle Brown Music Foundation is a 501(c)3 not for profit located in