In Getty Digital, the Collection & Content Management Systems (CCMS) team work with Getty Programs and departments through the administration of a suite of data management systems, technical project management, and digital preservation activities. We are seeking an Associate IT Project Manager to join the CCMS team to help manage our assets and ensure they are preserved for future use.
This position is manages, coordinates, and carries out technical aspects of projects related to digital asset metadata management and digital preservation. This position reports to the IT Project Manager in charge of our digital asset management (DAM) system, namely OpenText’s Media Management, and works closely with the Digital Preservation Manager. Additionally, the Associate IT Project Manager will work with technical and content-focused teams across the organization. This is an opportunity for an information professional with a deep interest in cultural heritage metadata, preservation, and systems who also possesses excellent communication skills, attention to detail, the ability to work with little supervision, keen research abilities, and a desire to continuously learn and expand their skill set.
The J. Paul Getty Trust, one of the most prestigious cultural heritage organizations in the world, is dedicated to furthering the study of the history of art, advancing conservation practice, and promoting public knowledge and appreciation of art. Our dynamic and beautiful campus is filled with art, archives and special collections, and a world-class research library. We offer paid vacation, every other Friday off, excellent benefits, and a strong dedication to balancing work and personal life.
Due to COVID, the Getty campus is currently closed to non-essential staff members. This position will begin as a work-from-home position; this is not a permanent remote assignment. The successful candidate must be a California resident when employment begins.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field or a combination of education and relevant experience. Master’s degree in library and information science preferred.
- Minimum of 3 years of progressive software analysis, development and implementation experience
- 0-2 years IT project management experience