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Re: [ARSCLIST] Audio Engineer/Archivist ? Client Sup ply

Ok guys!  All I can say is apply to hr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx which I posted in the
initial email.  It really is not a good look to post almost a 'personal *
grievance*' on a list serve site.  If you are interested in the job get a
more thorough description from the Human Resources department and please,
don't consider this job as a 'couple year vacation stint' .

Thank you

2009/2/2 Steven C. Barr <stevenc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Marie O'Connell" <azile50@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Radio New Zealand Sound Archives Ngā Taonga Kōrero seeks a full-time
>> Client
>> Supply Archivist to join our Christchurch team.
>> We hold New Zealand's most significant collection of radio archives and
>> have
>> specialist staff involved in the selection, preservation and cataloguing
>> of
>> items.
>> The Client Supply Archivist provides access to the collections by
>> supplying
>> copies of requested materials for people wishing to use the audio for
>> research, personal interest, or for film, television and radio
>> productions.
>> The position also involves the preservation and digitisation of collection
>> items and full training will be provided in this area. Occasional studio
>> operating duties for Radio New Zealand also form part of the mix of
>> responsibilities, and experience or an interest in posting web content
>> would
>> be desirable.
>> If you have an interest in radio broadcasting, love dealing with a wide
>> variety of people, have excellent communication and customer service
>> skills,
>> and a qualification or equivalent experience in sound recording and / or
>> archiving, then this role within the friendly Christchurch-based Sound
>> Archives team could be the place for you. We warmly welcome applicants who
>> will help us reflect New Zealand's cultural and ethnic diversity.
>> Well...were I not
> 1) 66.3 years old...
> 2) about 12,000 miles (give or take) from N.Z., and...
> 3) most likely lacking the proper (or any...?!) credentials...?!
> I'd be interested...! I have three+ years of experience on "campus
> radio" at Illinois State University (wound up as music director and
> organizer of the station's record library)...three years now "on 'air'"
> for the local college's Internet "radio" facility...and personally own
> and maintain an archive of some 55,000 78rpm phonorecords...!
> However, none of the above is of interest when I don't have a
> degree (or two or four) to prove that I "officially" know anything...?!
> Steven C. Barr

Dan Nelson to ARSCLIST
show details 6:58 PM (2 hours ago) Reply

I have 50 years experience designing, building and maintaining  sound and
recording  facilities. Quality control supervisor of a tape manufacturing
and high speed duplication company.
20 years of on air experience and  producer of syndicated radio
programming... and a 5 year stint as member Board of Directors of a Public
Access TV Corporation.
Much like Steven Barr I dont know much on paper at 70 years old but Im still
active in analog digital production and restoration.
Yea Id like a couple year vacation stint doing something in New Zealand
involving  setting up a digital library.
Still dreaming of  more interesting years.
D Nelson Ward

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