Posted on :
17 Mar, 2016
17 Mar, 2016
M-Net seeks to appoint a suitably qualified individual to assume responsibility as Archivist: Research Intern.
Preference will be given to EE candidates
This person will report to the Manager Research and Metadata Administration and will be based at our offices in Randburg.
The Archivist: Research Intern will be responsible for the effective M-Net Television Archive client services to ensure optimal client satisfaction.
The strategic intent of the Media Information Management business unit is the successful media asset management administration, the implementation of processing of all commissioned content to ensure long-term preservation, the timely receipt and delivery of all broadcast related content with a focus on improved client services.
The Archivist: Research Intern will work with the Media Coordinators, Archivists and Video Librarians to ensure successful client service delivery and will be required to continuously improve services and ensure client satisfaction.
The Archivist: Research Intern will furthermore be required to regularly meet and work with all major stakeholders, internally and externally to ensure optimum service delivery.
External factors that will influence the work environment taking future conditions and strategic requirements into account include:
The stakeholders include the following internal and external parties:
o Business Systems Synergy
OUTPUTS The outputs are critical to the successful operation of the Client Services (Requests & Research) business unit. The outputs include the following:
COMPETENCIES Functional capabilities which are critical to the production of quality outputs are:
KNOWLEDGE / QUALIFICATIONS
Please email your CV to Human Resources: firstname.lastname@example.org CLOSING DATE: 24 March 2016 Please note that if you have not received any feedback by 01 April 2016, your application has been unsuccessful. Kindly state which position you are applying for, when submitting your CV