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Seeking an experienced and collaborative Digital Archivist leader, to lead a team in a high volume imaging and digitization project of archival materials. The individual in the role will need to set aggressive timelines and schedules, evaluating outcomes and overseeing quality control for materials handling. This position requires aligning imaging activities with other non-archival logistics processes. Critical characteristics of the successful applicant are flexibility, ability to delegate and to work with multiple stakeholders, and the capability of evaluating and modifying practices to align with a large-scale project needs. Experience working within corporate organizations and/or government agencies is highly desirable.
Oversee the archival level imaging projects and personnel within the Imaging Center. Interface and communicate daily with customers (internal/external), resolve issues, plan and staff for projects, adhere to department standards, monitor timelines and results.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities- Digital Archivist-Team Lead:
Required Skills and Education:
Functional Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies:
This position requires good communication skills to communicate effectively internally and externally. It requires a collaborative approach to problem solving and working across organizational boundaries to meet client needs. There will be interaction with multiple areas of Iron Mountain with greater focus on local market communication. External communication may consist of customer visits, written and verbal communication.
Minimum Education/Minimum Experience:
It is the responsibility of every Iron Mountain employee:
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