Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology

Now Hiring: Photographer, Engaging the Americas Grant

Brown University’s Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is accepting applications for a part-time, term-limited, grant-funded Photographer to join a project funded through the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The photographer will work with a team including the museum’s curatorial/collections management staff, a conservator, and collection assistants to document the museum’s large archaeological and ethnographic collections from the Americas in preparation for a planned move of the collection and to expand accessibility of the collections to researchers, educators, students and stakeholder communities.

We seek candidates able to start in the late summer of 2019, with at least two years of experience digitally documenting archaeological and ethnographic collections in a museum, archive, or library setting. Demonstrated familiarity with record photography of objects required, along with a BA, BFA or B.Sc. degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in photographic documentation of archaeological and ethnographic objects. Demonstrated experience using a Collection Management System is required with knowledge of MuseumPlus preferred.

This is a grant-funded, part-time (0.6 FTE, 22.5 hrs/week) position with a 4-year timeline. Applications are only accepted through Brown University’s online hiring system and must include a current CV, a Cover Letter, 6-10 examples of original object photography (including both standard/documentary images AND catalog quality images), and the names of three referees. Complete applications must be filed before June 30, 2019 to be considered. 

 

Learn more about this and other Haffenreffer Museum job opportunities on our Employment Page. If you have questions, email [email protected].