Saundra Brown Armstrong training to become Oakland's first African American policewoman. She went on to become a Senior Judge in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California and still presides over cases in the Oakland Federal Courthouse. (1970) Original 16mm, shot by Ch.4 KRON-TV can be viewed here (link: http://diva.sfsu.edu/collections/sfbatv/bundles/227950) Original KRON-TV reporter Valerie Dickerson interviewed Judge Armstrong about her pioneering career in 2016, reuniting them on-camera after 46 years (link https://diva.sfsu.edu/collections/sfbatv/bundles/230799) Courtesy: Bay Area TV Archive (link:https://diva.sfsu.edu/collections/sfbatv )

Archivist

Position

Archivist (full-time)

Location

Park City, ut usa

Application Date

January 01, 1970

Job Link

http://sundance.hrmdirect.com/employment/job-opening.php?req=2104338&&#job

Job Contact

no@no.com

SALARY: $54,000.00

The Archivist is charged with developing, implementing, maintaining, and growing systems to collect, preserve, and share analog and digital collections.

Working closely under the direction of the Associate Director, Archive and Collections, the Archivist preserves and creates access to the history of the organization as well as supported artists and work, while also providing thoughtful and timely responses to inquiries regarding Sundance Institute’s Archives and Collection. This includes collaborating with Marketing and Communications, supporting their work to promote the vision of the Sundance Institute and its programs.

This full-time position is based out of our Park City, UT office with regular hours in our Salt Lake City based archives, and regular opportunities for remote work. Extended hours, including evenings and weekends, will be required at key points throughout the year. This role may be required to travel to other Institute offices and events on occasion.