Posting DetailsJob Title Oral History Indexing Assistant
Requisition Number DU10258 Department Name 88000:LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION Work Location Lexington, KY Salary Range $12.00-$12.00 Type of Position Student Position Time Status Part-Time Required Education
Must be enrolled at UK as current student
Required Related Experience
Being able to sit for periods of time working on computer, able to lift objects up to 20 lbs.
15-20 hours a week
The Oral History Center Student Assistant is responsible for a variety of work at the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History in the Special Collections Division. Specific duties for each job will depend on current projects, initiatives, and priorities and may include:
- Indexing interviews using the OHMS system in accordance with the Nunn Center's standards and style guides.
- Conducting general research pertaining to interview contents in order to ensure the accuracy and spellings of mentioned names and entities, adding outside research and archival materials to oral history interviews, as well as participating in the research process, production, and implementation of Nunn Center outreach initiatives including social media, podcasts, radio programs, or other special projects and initiatives.
- Describing interviews/collections.
- Data entry.
- Participating in the archival collection inventory process.
- Digitization, editing, and preservation of audio and video.
- Other duties as assigned.
Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
Student must have strong writing skills. Must also have attention for details, editing skills, and the ability to follow department procedures and policies. Must be able to work without close supervision. Must be able to work with materials in different formats. Student must maintain a regular work schedule.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? No Preferred Education/Experience
Basic computer proficiency with a working knowledge of Microsoft applications, as well as familiarity with metadata and content management systems such as Blogger, WordPress, and SlideShare.
Deadline to Apply 09/29/2023 University Community of Inclusion
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