Yeshiva University Archives seeks a Project Archivist consultant for approximately four weeks to provide processing expertise in support of a grant-funded preservation project. The Project Archivist will refine the current arrangement of the collection to be preserved, and, as time permits, will provide description to augment the existing finding aid.
Minimum 2 years’ experience in arrangement and description of textual archival and/or manuscript collections.
Arrangement and description of archival collections.
Expertise in minimal processing methodologies (e.g. More Product, Less Process)
Demonstrated ability to work independently and efficiently
-Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program for Library and Information Science, with advanced archival coursework, or Master’s degree from a history program with specialization in Archives.