The Community History & Digitization Specialist participates in the Boston Public Library’s Community History projects, including development of community-driven research projects using archival and other historical materials, working with underserved communities to identify and amplify their personal histories, identifying and delivering historic records and data sets into proper workflows for deposit into the Massachusetts Digital Commonwealth’s statewide repository system, and providing educational pathways for the public to use the library’s digitized local history collections for learning and research. The position also conducts the work of neighborhood programming and outreach services related to local history in Boston Public Library (BPL) locations and in designated neighborhood locations.
Community History Supervisor
Staff as assigned
Union/Salary Plan/Grade: PSA / P / 2
Hours per week: 35