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Collections Manager of Works on Paper

General Purpose: In collaboration with the Curator of Photography and Media Arts and the Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, the Collections Manager of Works on Paper will manage and care for the museum’s collection of over 15,000 prints, drawings, and photographs. The position involves a wide variety of duties. The primary responsibilities are to manage and care for the 15,000+ objects in the collection of works on paper (prints, drawings and photographs); conduct research on objects in the collection to create a precise and accurate archive of object files and maintain the TMS database; manage public access to the Herzfeld Print, Drawing, and Photography Study Center; manage all works on paper rotations; conduct class visits in the Herzfeld Foundation Study Center; provide administrative and curatorial support for the curators; manage and provide administrative support for Print Forum; manage and maintain safety, orderliness, and organization of works on paper storage area.

Education/Experience Requirements: BA in art history or museum studies (advanced degree in museum studies, collection management, or art history preferred but not required.); prior registrarial and/or collections management experience; art handling experience; administrative experience; database skills; specialized knowledge in at least one area of works on paper; excellent communication skills; ability to work with others; reading knowledge of German or French preferred.

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