Full-Time Curator II – Muzaffarnagar
The Curator is responsible for providing help to researchers through electronic means and in the reading room, as well as developing manuscript collections, University record groups, and born-digital assets for use by the general public and researchers alike. This individual serves as a resource to the Archives and Special Collections department and the library as a whole, offering advice and assisting in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and regulations. Volunteers for this position help with outreach efforts and will be asked to represent the library in public places.
Job Title : Curator II
Location : Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India
Salary : $ 23.35 per hour.
Company : TED Conferences, LLC
Job Type : Full-Time
- taking an active role in the long-term creation and management of collections and information related to such collections or exhibits
- Aid with the volunteer program of the museum system, particularly in the areas of recruitment and placement of volunteers in appropriate positions, as well as ensuring that volunteers get enough training.
- Produce peer-reviewed journal or book manuscripts based on your own original research into the history of computers, encompassing design, technology, culture, and historical relevance.
- Repositories and gift deeds have to be negotiated for contracts. Gift and purchase evaluations, loan agreements, and standards compliance are all handled by this position.
- In addition, he or she responds to requests for information, stays up-to-date on the most recent historical scholarship and interpretative best practices, and looks for ways to incorporate them into programming.
- Develop and maintain good proactive connections with other municipal departments, outside suppliers, programming partners, and educational institutions.
- Organizes significant exhibition and publishing projects that travel nationally and globally; performs research and exhibition preparation and coordination, and solicits loans; ensures that projects are of the highest quality and are handled within project budgets and time frames.
- By phone, email, and in person, you provide first-contact public services to the public. Explanations of methods are provided, as well as basic reference interviews conducted. Prompt, accurate, and thorough in meeting departmental standards of conduct. Reference exchanges are documented in accordance with departmental policy.
- Takes part in all facets of the day-to-day administration of the collection. The museum is responsible for the care of antiquities, artworks, and records.
- Contribute to ensuring that the museum system continues to strive for diversity, equality, accessibility, and inclusion in its programs, staff, and public interactions by meeting the cognitive, physical, and social/emotional requirements of a varied audience.
- Individual and team duties must be balanced; the capacity to deliver and accept criticism; the ability to instill morale and group commitment to goals and objectives; and the ability to support everyone’s efforts to achieve must be shown.
- Good command of the English language, ability to speak in front of a group, and familiarity with museum best practices are all prerequisites for this position.
- Working as a team member, creating and sustaining strong working relationships with coworkers, volunteers, and members of the general public has been shown.
- Four years of experience comparable to what would be earned by successfully completing a four-year period of study in museum work or a similar subject area is required.
- Metadata creation, digital collection development, finding aids and other parts of archive description must be in place.