CRRJ seeks a skilled, innovative, and collaborative Project Archivist for the Burnham-Nobles Digital Archive. This is a two-year full-time grant-funded position. The Project Archivist will act as a project lead for the Archive, managing its extensive digital and physical collection and overseeing its completion. Other responsibilities include serving on teams in the Law School team and the Library, determining preservation and conservation best practices, and promoting the discovery, use, and growth of the collection.
CRRJ seeks a community activist/organizer/member to build a project based on the Burnham-Nobles Digital Archive; design, manage, and execute CRRJ’s community-based programs; promote strong collaborative relations with CRRJ’s non-academic partner organizations; and engage in other activities to support its restorative justice work. This is a full-time, in residence position.