The J. Paul Getty Trust
Los Angeles, CA
Provides advanced support and coordinator for one or more functional areas of human resources. Processes Human Resources-related materials, which may include various applications, employment, enrollment, pay change, informational and other confidential forms and records. Gathers information and prepares reports, as requested. Maintains current employee information, policy and procedure manuals, and other communications and distributes when appropriate. May conduct and summarize internal and external surveys to gather information for policy development and planning.
Applies advanced knowledge of human resources to assignments of moderate complexity
Responds to employee questions related to established HR policies and procedures
Performs HRMS data management activities, including initiating transactions and running reports
Assists with conducting the onboarding, orientation and exit processes for staff
Assists in the administration of leave procedures. Generates appropriate correspondence, tracks leaves, and maintains files as appropriate
Assists with the employment process, including screening applicants, conducting background checks and processing all related paperwork/HRMS records
Maintains human resources related files, including employee files, leave files and recruitment files - both paper and electronic
Provides general administrative/project support for human resources staff
Bachelor's degree preferred
Minimum 4-5 years related experience
The J. Paul Getty Trust
Los Angeles, CA 90049, United States
Experienced camera operator. Experience using ENG-Electronic News Gathering, PTZ-Pan Tilt Zoom, and conference camera systems in various mounting systems and configurations. Must be fluent in live broadcast switching, streaming and post production editorial.
Participates in the delivery and execution of audio/visual materials for Getty programs including exhibitions, orientation theater and live performances. Evaluates and interprets users' needs and project objectives and assists with determination of appropriate presentation medium. Sets up and adjusts audio and visual equipment to meet production requirements. Performs routine maintenance of equipment. Ensures that the style and quality of presentations and live performances are consistent with Getty standards.
Applies comprehensive knowledge of audio/visual support
Evaluates user requests and recommends appropriate means of presentation
Plans and implements audio and visual equipment set up
Devises methods for organizing equipment inventories
Ensures audio/visual services are delivered consistent with Getty policies and standards
Maintains knowledge of new technology in the field through ongoing research
May recommend changes to policies and procedures
AA degree with coursework in audio/visual, video and multimedia disciplines
Minimum 5 plus years audio/visual experience
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The J. Paul Getty Trust
Los Angeles, California
The Digital Content Producer will be a key member of the team for an ambitious multi-year project to redesign, rebuild, and reorganize the getty.edu website to better serve our audiences, institutional goals, and content ecosystem. The Digital Content Producer will work within the Getty Research Institute Web & New Media team, and will be responsible for digital content assignments, owning and tracking on them from inception through to launch. The ideal candidate is a highly organized self-starter who has a thorough understanding of online platforms and has a proven track record for managing content for complex digital projects in an iterative, fast-paced environment and for writing, editing, and producing useful digital content for various audiences.
The Getty Research Institute is an international center for the study of visual culture and houses one of the largest art libraries in the world, with vast special collections materials ranging from the 15th century to the present.
Own and manage a set of discrete assignments and deliverables that ladder up to the larger website redesign project.
Populate and manage a complex digital production calendar, using project management tools such as Intervals, Airtable, and Trello to successfully manage all stages of assignments.
Collaborate with supervisor, team, and stakeholders to identify scope of tasks and deliverables associated with assignments.
Ensure deadlines are met and communicate diplomatically with a broad range of staff to generate and deliver content.
Edit, write, and revise content for new and existing web pages, iterating this process numerous times across wireframes and copydecks throughout the production lifecycle.
Manage content assets, gathering and organizing, ensuring content elements meet technical requirements, and check that rights are clear.
Bachelor's degree preferably related to digital media production
Demonstrated experience managing multi medium projects in a production environment using numerous distribution channels such as social media, web, blogs, wikis, etc.
The J. Paul Getty Trust
Los Angeles, California
The Getty Research Institute is dedicated to developing leading ways to access and discover collections, develop knowledge, and disseminate research. Our digital initiatives provide crucial support to these endeavors and the practice of art history in the digital age.
We are looking for a full-time Metadata Specialist to join our Digital Initiatives team and to work in collaboration with colleagues across the Getty Research Institute and Getty Digital. The Metadata Specialist will focus on complex metadata in order to support and enhance access and discovery as well as research applications and investigations, recognizing that metadata is critical for facilitating digital scholarship. The Metadata Specialist will be assigned to multiple project teams, will have the opportunity to contribute to such innovative initiatives as PhotoTech (to digitize the Getty Research Institute's photo archives) and to leverage or enhance the Getty Vocabularies and Getty Provenance Index. The Metadata Specialist must be willing to work collaboratively, interfacing with content experts, project managers, software developers, and systems and semantic architects, to help plan and execute projects.
The candidate will demonstrate
a high level of knowledge of international metadata standards used to describe digital resources and competency in related digital tools and programming languages such as OpenRefine and Python for metadata manipulation and enrichment
a good working knowledge of metadata applications relevant to key areas of digital humanities research, including text analysis, image analysis, network analysis, and geospatial analysis
a good working knowledge of data modeling, relational and graph databases, ontologies, and classification systems
competency in working in collaborative environments, including coordinating activities and ensuring smooth workflows as well as clear, consistent, and timely communications
Applies extensive knowledge of metadata standards and best practices to projects that involve metadata creation, editing, aggregation, and enhancement at every level of complexity
Directs or participates in projects applying project management best practices. This will include duties related to human relations, budgeting, reporting, purchasing, and approvals.
May lead a section or functional team by providing direction, training, and work review, organizing and assigning work, setting priorities, and following up to ensure coordination and completion of assigned work
Participates in departmental strategic and program planning to establish goals and priorities and ensures that institutional policies are consistently applied
Provides training on metadata practices and tools to professional staff and others
Documents policies, procedures, and/or editorial guidelines, in compliance with relevant standards
Participates in the design and development of user specifications, user testing, and evaluation tools
Serves as a key collaborator with Getty Digital in the development of workflows, systems and tools
Serves and collaborates on internal and external teams, committees, working groups, and other Getty entities as well as external groups and organizations as needed
May research, write, present, and publish about work activities, collections, and/or professional issues
May develop, promote, and implement new and evolving standards and best practices designed to create open, sustainable, interoperable, and trustworthy metadata
May contribute to discussions around rules and standards relative to the broader national and international communities
â— MA degree in art history, data science, library and information science, cultural heritage field or related discipline
â— Minimum of 7 years professional experience, preferably in an art-related or cultural heritage organization
â— Excellent written and verbal communication skills
â— Substantial knowledge and technical expertise in computational analysis, as well as data analysis, management, and manipulation
â— Preferred: experience in project management
â— May require some related supervisory experience
The J. Paul Getty Trust
Los Angeles, California,United States, 90049
Seeking a highly organized professional to serve as Executive Assistant to the Director of the Getty Foundation and oversee day-to-day operations for the director's office, including complex travel and scheduling arrangements, internal and external communications, and information management. The Executive Assistant serves as a representative of the director while interacting with individuals at all levels of the organization, as well as high-level external contacts, and develops effective working relationships with colleagues across the Getty. In all work, the Executive Assistant manages and accesses confidential material; sensitivity, discretion, professionalism, and sound judgement are required.
A core responsibility is management of a complex executive calendar, which involves competing requests and multiple scheduling priorities.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for management of information for the director's office. This entails maintaining records, in all formats, for ease of access and according to institutional records management policies. Work will regularly involve records of enduring value that document the organization's history; care must be taken to preserve such documents and the intellectual property of the Getty. Additionally, the Executive Assistant will track inquiries received by the director via email, phone, and mail to be sure they are addressed in a timely manner.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for all aspects of the director's many and complicated international business travel arrangements. In preparation for the director's meetings and business trips, the Executive Assistant will compile relevant information and background materials and, following trips, will swiftly prepare accurate expense reports in compliance with Getty policies.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for development of general communications, on behalf of the director. This includes drafting and proofreading business correspondence to senior and executive-level colleagues inside and outside the organization. The Executive Assistant may also assist in development and preparation of reports, publications, and presentations.
Additionally, the Executive Assistant is also responsible for the administration of contracts, tracking of the departmental budget, procuring supplies for the director's office, implementing special projects, as requested by the director, and performing other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 7 years of experience, including demonstrated experience providing executive-level support, are required.
The J. Paul Getty Trust
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Getty Communications seeks a Social Media Producer to join the Digital Content Strategy team. Together with the Social Media Lead and Social Media Manager, the social media team is responsible for developing and producing compelling stories about art, art history, conservation, cultural heritage, and Getty work broadly, and with engaging directly with our social community.
The Social Media Producer will work closely with the rest of the Digital Content Strategy team—and with colleagues across Communications and across the entire Getty organization—in pitching and developing stories that can connect and resonate with our digital audiences on our video, editorial, and social platforms including Getty's blog, website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
The Producer should have a strong sense of audience and story, and bring writing and photography skills to the job. Editorial skills, such as copyediting and proofreading, are a strong plus.
Develop social media content — text and visuals — according to the Getty's brand and voice guidelines for various platforms, including blog/news and social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
Adapt news and announcements for enthusiast audiences on social media, creating versions specific to the features, audiences, and norms of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Contribute to social media calendar
Contribute to communications plans around major Getty exhibitions, events, initiatives, and projects, and track and report progress as content is created
Coordinate with editors, marketing and public relations colleagues, and subject matter experts across the organization
Assist in asset development and track due dates for publishing on social media
Assist with community management across social channels
Assist with gathering analytics on social media posts
Assist with strategy and capturing for live social content at events
Bachelor's degree preferably related to digital media or journalism
At least two years of full-time social media experience for a complex organization
A portfolio of original, creative social media work