Langson IMCA is a start-up organization with limited, though growing, personnel and financial resources within a large, established institution that is part of the University of California public education system. It was founded in 2017 following the gift to UCI of two important private collections of California Art. Two years later, the university hired acclaimed art museum leader and educator Kim Kanatani as its inaugural director to guide the museum’s future, envisioned as the seminal investigator and presenter of California’s influence and innovation through art. Langson IMCA brings together students, faculty, scholars, artists, and other publics to generate new knowledge and learning, and foster transformative experiences inspired by California Art and its global contexts.
Reporting to the Assistant Director, Registration and Collections Management, the Senior Data Systems Analyst will be responsible for managing the systems used to document and share the art collection and collaborating with other departments to facilitate robust digital access to the collection. Applies skills as a seasoned, experienced data / information management professional with full understanding of museum industry practices and department methodologies, policies and procedures to resolve complex and wide-ranging issues where analyses of situations or data requires a review of a variety of factors. Demonstrates competency in selecting methods and techniques to obtain solutions. The Senior Data Systems Analyst will define departmental data management needs and participate in institution-wide digital strategy discussions; will work closely with museum staff and consultants to support them in their use of collections data stored in the collections management system (EmbARK) and the online art collections portal (WebKiosk).
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