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Plan and oversee the implementation of a sustainable preservation strategy for digital collection by leveraging technology, monitoring trends and preventing technical obsolescence so as to ensure readability and interoperability of digital resources, and recommend conservation strategies and policies for artefacts.
Lead and oversee the creation and implementation of a Collection and Management system, and work towards providing enquiry services for research and instructional purposes, in compliance with statutory and institutional restrictions such as copyright and embargoes,
Advise and provide guidance to relevant members of the campus community in records management, ensuring integrity of information and procedures for regular deposits with the University Archive.
Master’s Fine Art, Museum Studies or Archival Science, or Humanities or Social Sciences.
At least 20 years of relevant experience in a reputable museum, archive or similar institutions, including 10 years or more experience in a senior management position.
Proven track record of ability in strategic development, planning and policy work in a museum or archive institution, and excellent art and archival asset management skill, and financial budgeting.
Knowledge of international museum and archive principles, standards and practices, development, current and emerging trends, and professional code of ethics and practices.
Excellent understanding of the local arts, heritage and archive scene, and strong connection with industry leaders.
Excellent stakeholder and donor engagement, experience in securing loans of significant collection, solicit donations for collections, and sponsorships for the University’s art and archival collections and programmes.