· Work with donors and staff to acquire new collections.
· Reassess collection policy.
· Organize and rehouse collections.
· Describe collections and write finding aids.
· Assist researchers using collections.
· Develop digital library for internal use.
· Reassess collections in storage and space needs.
· Coordinate the digitization of collections.
· Create a plan for ongoing maintenance of the library.
· Schedule lectures that foster the Foundations mission.
· Curate exhibitions featuring our collections and related subject matter.
· Produce scholarly articles.
· Update and manage Foundation website.
· Develop and implement social media campaign.
· Manage community outreach to promote the Foundations collections and resources.
· Maintain yearly budget.
· Direct archival volunteers.
· Assist staff with Foundation business including daytime and evening events.
· Other duties as assigned.
· A Master of Science in Library and Information Science is required.
· Strong understanding of and experience with collections and cataloguing of digital resources.
· Experience with project management.
· Experience in not-for profit organizations, design, historic preservation, or planning a plus.
· Excellent interpersonal, communication, administration and personnel management skills; ability to effectively utilize technology in support of these skills.
· Excellent analytical, research and writing skills.
Knowledge and understanding of the important and developing historic preservation and urban planning issues of the day.