Audio Preservation Officer (APS Level 4, Chester Hill, NSW)
The Collection Management Branch of the National Archives of Australia is responsible for ensuring that the national archival collection is retained in a stable and accessible state over time.
The Audiovisual Preservation Section provides technical services, undertakes research, and coordinates and implements projects relating to the long-term preservation and management of archival records in a range of audiovisual formats.
As an Audio Preservation Officer you will undertake duties associated with the preservation treatment and digitisation of audio materials held in the National Archives' Collection. This includes identification, examination, remediation, repackaging, cataloguing and digitisation of various current and obsolete audio formats to preservation standards and the application of preventive conservation practices.
Closes: Close-of-business 10 July 2016
Eligibility: Applicants must be Australian citizens and be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance to Negative Vetting Level 1.
Location: State Office, Chester Hill, NSW
Please note: This is an ongoing, full-time position.
Position reference: 32342
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