Posted on 2/5/24
TITLE: Collections Specialist, Jackson Home Project – Part-time Temporary
TEAM: Collections Management
BUS/SUPPORT: Historical Resources
SALARY: $18.50 / hr
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The Collections Specialist position is part of a project to process and care for objects associated with the home and contents of Dr. Sullivan and Richie Jean Jackson of Selma, Alabama (Jackson Home Project). The Jackson home and contents were recently acquired by The Henry Ford and relocated to Dearborn, Michigan.
This part-time Collections Specialist will be responsible for the movement, location tracking, documentation, assembly, care, and storage of artifacts from the Jackson Home acquisition as a member of/or in cooperation with a variety of teams. This temporary position (39 months) will focus on preparation and movement of collections to facilitate conservation, cataloging, digitization, exhibit, and storage.
This job description is subject to change at any time.
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