Following is a job description for Project Manager at the Archives of African American Music & Culture at Indiana University. This is a full time, professional position. Applications must be submitted online using the instructions found at http://www.indiana.edu/~hrm/employment/index.html. Brenda Nelson-Strauss Head of Collections Indiana University Archives of African American Music & Culture [log in to unmask] ADMINISTRATOR AND PROJECT MANAGER Archives of African American Music and Culture Department (PA11) <http://www.indiana.edu/~hrm/salary/paminrates.html> Position#: 00020690 (Second Listing) NOTE: This position is eligible for overtime. Provide administrative leadership, organizational and resource management, strategic planning, and staff supervision for the AAAMC. Serves as part of the leadership team, working collaboratively to support educational programs, donor relations and other development activities. Assist with management of day-to-day operations of the AAAMC, including reference and patron services; provide administrative support to the Director and Head of Collections; assist with preparations of annual reports; coordinate financial transactions including preparation and monitoring of budgets, and payroll/timesheets; assist with processing orders for materials from collections. Assist in collection development activities; devise strategies for soliciting donations of materials; coordinate mailings and other publicity; collaborate with the National Advisory Board and the AAAMC research associates. Assist with web site and database maintenance and development; assist with processing collections and preparation of finding aids. Actively promote the AAAMC's collections and resources. Plans, coordinates, develops, and implements programs and services for students and faculty. Coordinate lectures, conferences, workshops, school field trips, exhibits and other outreach projects; assist with development of Power Point presentations; provides tours, lectures, and orientations. Supervise the production process of internal publications such as AAAMC Liner Notes, AAAMC brochures and event flyers; solicit and edit manuscripts for publication series; produce publication schedules; contribute articles and interviews. Supervise/Coordinate support staff and provide administrative support for special projects; conduct research for assigned projects; and conduct oral history interviews. Qualifications: Required: Degree in arts and humanities field with demonstrated knowledge of African American music. Evidence of strong administrative abilities, including competence in planning and implementation of strategic goals, priorities, and new initiatives. Effective organizational, decision-making, writing, and oral communication skills. Public relations and community organizing skills. Supervisory experience and strong interpersonal skills. Strong verbal and written communication and research skills; editorial experience. Good problem solving and organizational skills with attention to detail. Ability of prioritize and handle multiple tasks while working efficiently and effectively. Ability to work well with colleagues in a team environment. Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office programs including: Word, Excel, Access; knowledge of graphic applications and page layout software as well as ProCite database; experience with web development and applications. Other Desirable Credentials Include: Work experience in library or archive including the handling and processing of a variety of formats including recorded sound, videos, photographs, and manuscripts. Advanced degree in music, ethnomusicology, African American studies, Information Science, or related discipline. Experience in fund raising and grant writing.