Digital Services Coordinator (Hiring 2 Positions)

Light Work

Light Work seeks qualified candidates to join our team in Syracuse, New York! The positions will remain open until filled. However, priority will be given to applications received before Sept. 13, 2019. We’re seeking applications for the following positions:

Light Work is seeking TWO full-time Digital Services Coordinators to join our lab team! We are searching for dynamic, highly qualified, experienced individuals for the positions, and we strongly encourage applications from individuals of diverse backgrounds. The Digital Services Coordinators oversee the fulfillment of digital services lab orders and assists the lab manager with the daily operations of the lab at Light Work. This position plays an integral role in providing museum-quality digital services on a timely basis to all customers.

The position requires the ability to work as part of a team and the proven ability to take initiative. The successful candidate will be an individual who understands and champions the organization’s commitment to supporting emerging and under-recognized artists. *Salary is commensurate with experience

Responsibilities
  • Establish and maintain quality control for all printing and scanning services.

  • Work directly with Artists-in-Residence, lab members, and prime customers on individual projects.

  • Track and report consumables inventory on a regular basis. Maintain workflow related to job fulfillment. Working together with lab team, maintain all equipment and software as necessary.

  • Provide internal support to pre-press work and print production for all Light Work publications and exhibitions.

  • Supervise part-time staff, work studies, and interns, assisting with the process of hiring/training and termination as needed.

Requirements

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent experience and technical knowledge.

  • MFA preferred.

  • Experience with non-profits a plus.

Job Qualifications

  • The successful candidate will be an individual who understands and champions the organization’s commitment to supporting emerging and under-recognized artists.

  • The successful candidate will be a creative and efficient problem solver.

  • Working knowledge of photographic practices and techniques, including digital imaging, is a must.

  • The successful candidate must possess this knowledge in order to effectively advise clients, Artists-in-Residence, lab members, as well as support other lab staff. As an artist-run organization, priority consideration will be given to a working artist.

  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to perform accurate, detailed work under time pressures.

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills combined with the ability to interact with diverse groups with excellent customer service.

How to Apply

This position will remain open until filled. However, priority will be

given to applications received before September13, 2019. In order to apply, visit https://www.lightwork.org/opportunities/ (view exempt salaried opportunities). In addition to completing an online application, please attach a resume and cover letter.

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Posted on September 5