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Posted: 09/20/2018

Employer
Ancestry
Archives - Content


Position
Archival Digitization Specialist
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Bismarck, ND
US
Details
$13.00 an hr
Open Until
Until Filled
 

Job Description

Working as a document/archival preservationist for Ancestry requires a technical and computer literate individual who ideally has previous experience working with digitization, archival documents, and/or goal oriented production projects. Qualified candidates will also be detail-oriented, organized, and accustomed to working independently in an environment that handles focused and repetitive tasks which requires a logical balance of efficiency and accuracy. This opportunity requires the contractor to work within the normal business hours of the office and, as such, is not a work-from-home opportunity and will be paid $13 hourly.

Qualifications

What you will do...

  • You will be capturing digital images of documents as specified by the company
  • You will be performing quality audits on each roll that is scanned before transmission
  • You will be tracking your progress by entering data into spreadsheets and other software
  • You will be troubleshoot basic problems with hardware, software, and image quality
  • You will be performing basic image enhancement and file organization tasks

What you have...

  • You can maintain professional relationships with business partners
  • You can maintain high standards despite pressing deadlines
  • You are able to manage multiple projects, able to determine project urgency in a practical way; uses
  • You have experience with photography, Library and Archives, or History background/experience preferred.
  • You are a detailed-oriented, organized, and independentindividual

How to apply
Apply at the link provided to get started.
Brandon Buttars
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