FW: IMAP Director Search

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Mon, 13 Mar 2000 08:33:21 -0800 (PST)

>Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 07:03:33 -0800 (PST)
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>Subject: FW: IMAP Director Search
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>From: James Hubbard [SMTP:jimhub@earthlink.net]
>Sent: Friday, March 10, 2000 11:15 AM
>To: IMAP@lists <mailto:IMAP@lists> . acs. ohio-state. edu
>Subject: IMAP Director Search
>Please feel free to send this notice to anyone who and any organization that
>might be interested and to post it on any listserv.
>Independent Media Arts Preservation (IMAP), a new service, education, and
>advocacy consortium organized to ensure the preservation of independent
>electronic media for cultural and educational use by future generations,
>seeks an Executive Director.
>Please note that this position is a part-time consultant's position with an
>initial contract period of six months. However, we expect that the Director
>will raise sufficient funds to make the position full-time and further
>define and develop the organization. In addition, this position offers the
>means for influencing national policy on electronic media preservation, as
>well as the opportunity to shape a dynamic new organization.
>Only a year-old, IMAP has already received funding from the New York State
>Council on the Arts, the Rockefeller Foundation, the New York Foundation for
>the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
>The Director will:
> * Represent and advocate for electronic media preservation and
>for the organization before state and federal agencies, funding groups and
>professional organizations
> * Supervise the on-going technical assistance program designed
>to teach the MARC for FileMaker Template
> * Supervise and mold the Web Tutorial Project designed to
>teach the MARC for FileMaker Template via the Internet.
> * Develop a program to address the issues of storage and
>long-term care of electronic media
> * Serve as a resource on preservation for the electronic media
> * Raise funds to complete the Web-Tutorial Project, continue
>other programs and make the position full-time
>IMAP members represent over 40 organizations in the electronic media field
>including the Museum of Modern Art, the Kitchen, the Donnell Media Center,
>the Dance Collection of the New York Public Library, the National Museum of
>the American Indian, the Jewish Museum, the Experimental Television Center,
>Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, the Art Media Studies Department of
>Syracuse University, Paper Tiger Television, the Bay Area Video Coalition,
>Electronic Arts Intermix and the Video Data Bank.
>Send a resume and letter expressing your interest and qualifications for the
>position to:
>IMAP Director Search
>C/o Electronic Arts Intermix
>542 W. 22nd Street
>3rd Floor
>New York, NY 10011
>For more information contact Jim Hubbard at jimhub@earthlink.net
><mailto:jimhub@earthlink.net> <mailto:jimhub@earthlink.net
><mailto:jimhub@earthlink.net> >.
>Please no phone calls.
>IMAP is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all
>qualified candidates including women, people of color, and those with
>physical challenges.
>Jim Hubbard
>301 Cathedral Parkway, #15A
>New York, NY 10026
>(212) 865-1499 (phone/fax)
>jimhub@earthlink.net <mailto:jimhub@earthlink.net>
Gary Handman
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley 94720-6000

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