FTVA Media Project Manager – Film & Television Archive @ UCLA

FTVA Media Project Manager
University of California Los Angeles
Film & Television Archive

Requisition Number: 34479  
Position Description:
Reporting to the AUL for Research and Development, the FTVA Media Project Manager (FTVAMPM) provides project management for major software development and infrastructure projects such as systems deployment, hardware and database migrations, and other technical aspects of Library services. The FTVAMPM works with stakeholders to develop and maintain preservation programs for the UCLA Library Film and Television Archive’s various digital media collections. Designs, deploys, and manages accessible, retrievable computer archives and databases, incorporating current advances in digital storage technology. The FTVAMPM works with stakeholders to articulate goals, define scope, and prioritize deliverables; collaborates with project teams to develop project plans; monitors progress during project implementation and communicates status with stakeholders, project teams, and Archive and Library management. Synthesizes and articulates user needs into actionable solutions, and serves as a key voice to socialize and operationalize new technology solutions. The FTVAMPM works with key library and campus partners to develop and clarify service-level agreements to ensure future sustainability.

Digital Initiatives and Information Technology (DIIT) supports library staff and users by providing access to library technologies via the campus network infrastructure backbone. Supported technology resources include the integrated library system and online catalog; network connectivity including servers, storage, operating system, and application server delivery; and programming and application development in support of digital and web-based initiatives. Through collaborative efforts with all areas of UCLA’s libraries, DIIT assists in the development and delivery of technologies for all types of electronic resources. DIIT is comprised of three teams: Operations and Services (including Data Center and Network Team, Helpdesk Team and Learning & Research Technology Services), Development, and Digital Library Program. DIIT’s 40+ staff members also work as collaborative partners with units in other areas of the library, and provide technology support for the major business systems used by the libraries.

UCLA Film & Television Archive, a department of the UCLA Library, collects moving images as works of art and as social and historical documents, restores and preserves moving images for current and future generations, curates collections, programs and events using moving images to advance knowledge, and provides access to moving images for purposes of research, education and enjoyment. The Archive’s collections consist of over 500,000 holdings dating from the dawn of cinema to the present and cover a broad-spectrum of content from major Hollywood studios films and network television shows to independent productions and news footage.

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The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy, see: UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy, https://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/DiscHarassAffirmAction