The Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation in Pullman, WA is hiring for two archivist positions:
Digital Projects Archivist (2 years)
Education and Outreach Archivist (3 years)
The selected candidates will have opportunities to work on projects focused on collecting, preserving, and sharing archival materials with tribal libraries, archives, and museums. Notable projects include the Plateau People’s Web Portal, Mukurtu, the Tribal Stewardship Cohort Program, the Sustainable Heritage Network, and more.
Applications close 10/29
About the Center:
At Washington State University’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation (CDSC), community members, students, faculty and researchers collaborate on digital projects and scholarship that crosses academic boundaries and public/private distinctions. The CDSC provides support, outreach, training, and access to digitization hardware and software and inspiration for meaningful and long-lasting partnerships. The CDSC promotes the use of technology for all and is committed to fostering inclusive, socially just and diverse projects, collaborations, and products.