The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., is seeking an experienced archivist to participate in developing and managing innovative approaches to professional archival responsibilities in the Gallery Archives of the National Gallery of Art, especially in working with electronic records and digital information systems, and in describing and analyzing Gallery history and records in various media, and using best archival practices to provide information about archival holdings to the public and researchers via on-line and other writings, exhibitions and features. The incumbent also will be responsible for supporting all aspects of the Gallery Archives program including preserving records in every physical form; understanding and managing traditional architectural and institutional records, digital and analog images, and electronic record-keeping systems; providing records guidance to Gallery offices; and evaluating, preserving and organizing complex bodies of historical records.
This is a permanent private funded position that does not incur federal status, but does afford the complete federal benefits package including the Federal Employees Retirement (FERS) program.
Series and grade: NF-1420-12
Salary range: $75,621 to $98,305/ Per Year
Qualifications: Candidates must meet the Qualification Standards Handbook requirements for the GS-1420-12.
This requires at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-11 level in the Federal service or a Masters degree in archival science or with a major that includes at least 18 hours in archival science, history and /or political science or government. Specialized experience is experience working as an archivist in a cultural institution and working with institutional records.
Additional Experience: In addition to a minimum of one year of experience equivalent to the GS-11 level as required by the GS-12 qualification standards, candidates must have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible independent professional experience as an archivist in a cultural institution and working with institutional records.
Academy of Certified Archivists Archival Certification is preferred.
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