Director, Archives and Public Historian
The New York Philharmonic seeks a Director, Archives and Public Historian to oversee the New York Philharmonic’s Archive and the Leon Levy Digital Archives, using those resources to assist in telling a broader institutional story. Making connections with a wide variety of cultural organizations both locally and outside of New York City, this highly collaborative position will work across the institution, providing context and insight in the development of projects and initiatives, and will serve as an important outward facing presence and voice in framing the New York Philharmonic’s innovative past and future.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years archival or library management experience that includes representing the institution throughout the community and interpreting the institution’s collections to the public. An advanced degree in archival/library information sciences, American/public history and/or musicology is required. The candidate must have the ability to interact with a wide variety of constituents including artists, conductors, musicians and patrons. An accomplished writer and speaker of historical themes with proven supervisory and office management ability, s/he will possess strong written and verbal skills.
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NB: No deadline specified
Published on 14 September 2018