Department : Multimedia
Working Hours : Full time (37.5 hours per week)
Employment Tenure : Indeterminate
Classification : Band 5
Salary $56,314 - $66,229 / Year
Number of Positions : 1
Language Requirements : English BBB / French BBB (reading, writing, oral)
As departmental Coordinator, Multimedia Services, the incumbent is responsible for the coordination and prioritization of all requests and functions of the Photographers, the movement and handling of artworks to and from the storage vaults to the MM temp storage.
these services being digitization of collections, the supply of printed or digital product, the installation, de-installation and documentation of time-
based works or art (those with audio-visual components and related technologies), and to maintain the inventory all photographic materials, and of audio-
visual and related equipment for various requirements, including equipment that is dedicated to, or that comprises, time-
based works of art. The position has oversight over and tracks the departmental budget, processes variance reports, prepares budgets.
The position also interfaces with IT, Copyright, and Collections Management on the Digitization Project, and understands the functioning of the object database (MimsyXG) and the Digital Asset Management System (Piction) in detail.
1. Overall Coordination and prioritization of all requests and functions of the Photographers separate to fulfil the Mandate.
2. Budgeting, costing & forecasting for two distinct Multimedia units assessing daily and annual production needs.
3. Coordinates the completion of requests for digitization of works of art.
4. Coordinates and / or carries out movement of works of art to and from Multimedia Services.
5. Responsible for the safe handling, movement and preparation of works of art for photography.
6. Maintains the inventory of material and equipment that is the responsibility of the section, including equipment that may comprise a part or a whole of a work of art.
7. Represents MultiMedia on the Digitization Committee, and contributes a critical role to Digitization.
Do you have a post-secondary degree or diploma in art history or museum studies OR an equivalent combination of 3 years or more of related work experience?
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Condition of Employment
Must meet the bilingual requirement to be invited to the interview process.
Reliability Status - this factor is not used at the pre-selection stage.
Alternative selection tool methods and / or reasonable accommodation are available upon request.