The Public Policy Papers Project Archivist will assist in managing the library's accessioning processes and work towards the completion of a number of processing, description, and digitization projects. Top priorities include the completion of a two-year NHPRC-funded large-scale digitization project, management of regular accessions from outside organizations such as the American Civil Liberties Union and Council on Foreign Relations, and enhanced description and processing of personal papers and organizational records held within the library's Public Policy Papers collections. This position will supervise a team of student workers, and will be expected to produce finding aids and other access tools. The Project Archivist will be integrated into the functions of the Library and the Mudd Library Technical Services Unit. The position will participate in the reference activities of the library and contribute to work relating to access systems and tools, digitization, and related technical issues. The Project Archivist will report to the Assistant University Archivist for Technical Services.