Collection Development Curator/Archivist, Harvard University, Cambridge MA
posted April 8, 2014 5:49 PM
-The Harvard University Archives is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time Collection Development Curator/Archivist
Under the direction of and in partnership with the Associate University Archivist for Collection Development and Records Management Services (AUA/CDRMS), the Collection Development Curator/Archivist (CDC/A) assesses and develops the scope of personal archives collections and other historical materials for the HUA by performing a range of collection development, outreach, administrative, and record-keeping functions. Areas of responsibility include faculty archives, alumni archives, and other Harvard-related historical materials.
A complete position description and application submission information is available at this link:
The Harvard University Archives supports the University's mission of education and research by striving to preserve and provide access to Harvard's historical records; to gather an accurate, authentic, and complete record of the life of the University; and to promote the highest standards of management for Harvard's current records. The University Archives is part of the Harvard Library, a unit of the Central Administration and serves the entire University including its Schools, research centers, institutes, museums and libraries.