Digital Asset Manager, San Francisco, California, USA

December 7, 2008 on 3:22 pm | In Job Postings |

The Dean’s Office, Communications and Planning Unit, UCSF School of Pharmacy is seeking a digital asset manager to build and maintain a medium-sized, web-based digital library to serve the needs of Dean’s Office communications projects. The digital asset manager will primarily be responsible for designing and implementing a comprehensive database schema and subsequently uploading and cataloging content in the LAMP-based digital asset management solution we have selected, which is Montala ResourceSpace. ** Assignment will end 6 months from the date of hire. ** 

Required Qualifications: BA/BS with a major in information-management or related field and three years of experience in administrative analysis or operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; exceptional oral and written communication skills; experience working with databases; experience with cataloging and classification; experience handling and backing up large quantities of data; experience with packaging file formats such as ZIP, StuffIt, tar, and dmg; strong understanding of and experience working with a large variety of digital file formats (e.g., documents, images, audio, video); able to work independently and as part of a team; able to communicate effectively with users of varying computer skill levels; experience with Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel applications. 

Preferred Qualifications:  MA or MS in an information-management-related degree (or commensurate experience); Experience with digital asset management systems; experience with communications or marketing; experience with digital graphic design; experience working in an educational environment; experience with web-based applications, particularly web-based databases; knowledge of biomedical science, the pharmaceutical industry, or pharmacy education; knowledge of legal issues involving digital asset management, publication, and distribution. To apply, visit and search for req number 28975BR. 

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