The Princeton University Art Museum seeks a Collections Systems Specialist who 
will be responsible for the analysis and manipulation of complex cultural 
heritage data sets stored in two Museum systems of record: the collections 
information system, The Museum System (TMS), and the digital asset management 
system, ResourceSpace.  Reporting to the Museum Application Developer, the 
successful applicant will be a member of the Art Information and Systems 
division of the Communication and Information department, a team of museum 
information professionals engaged in collections and exhibitions data creation, 
modeling, infrastructure design, and access. The team is responsible for 
supporting museum staff and other stakeholders in the use of centralized 
information, and for delivering collections and exhibitions information to 
multiple endpoints in support of the Museum’s mission.  This is a new 30-month 
term, full-time, benefits eligible position that will begin immediately and has 
the possibility of extension.  Remote work is a possibility.

Primary responsibilities will include data extraction, data batching, report 
writing, and advanced SQL query development, as well as supporting the 
integration of collection data between TMS, the Museum's API, and 
ResourceSpace. Other tasks include the documentation of data extraction and QA 
routines, and the implementation of periodic TMS system upgrades.

Responsibilities of the Collections Systems Specialist:

  *   Design and maintain scalable processes to support the extraction, 
transformation, and delivery of collection data to the Museum’s downstream 
products and public-facing digital platforms
  *   Model and implement processes for the regular delivery of access copies 
of digital images from ResourceSpace to cloud storage
  *   Craft scripts for the import of large data sets into TMS in support of 
exhibition and special cataloging projects
  *   Serve as the primary contact for and designer of custom data reports for 
Museum-wide users as well as faculty and students
  *   Prepare and implement TMS system upgrades
  *   Collaborate with the members of the Art Information and Systems division 
on strategic planning and product development
  *   Other duties as required

For additional information about the position, and to apply:

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