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This position has a regular schedule between 21 to 29 hours per week. Provides a wide range of visitors with an informative, enjoyable and memorable experience by supporting all functions (posts) of Visitor Services, including assisting with parking operations and ticketing, handling general information calls, ticketing for events, assisting with business visitors, staffing the information desk, the coat check, the audio guide distribution desks, ticket offices, event welcome tables and ushering duties at performance and lecture events among other tasks. May be required to work with cash handling and financial transactions. Provides assistance with general information and directions.
Under regular supervision, performs moderately complex Accounts Payable work. Work involves processing, examining and verifying invoices, documents and reports. Contacts vendors and employees to get and give information.
The Getty Research Institute seeks a full-time 3-year limited-term Research Specialist for the Florentine Codex initiative, which aims to digitize and publish the Florentine Codex online, along with its translations and transcriptions; and to produce a scholarly digital publication on the manuscript's twelfth book.
Reporting to the principal investigator, the Research Specialist’s primary task is to produce metadata in the form of authoritative structured vocabularies to describe the 2,500 images in the codex. This will involve identifying iconographic, formal, and material aspects of the images as well as drawing keywords from the accompanying texts. Conforming to the standards of the Getty vocabularies, this metadata will be produced in four languages: English, Spanish, Classical Nahuatl, and contemporary Huasteca Nahuatl in collaboration with a contemporary Huasteca Nahuatl consultant. Other potential tasks may include identifying scribal hands in the codex’s texts and images, producing paleographic analyses of the codex and related manuscripts, assisting in the organization of events tied to the project (such as workshops and symposia), and producing original research for presentations and publications.
The ideal candidate has expertise in early colonial Mexican art history; language abilities in English, Spanish, and Classical Nahuatl; experience working with databases and digital projects; advanced research and editorial skills; and is comfortable working in a collaborative team environment and across Getty departments and programs.
Monitors equipment and systems that may include security access and intrusion systems, surveillance systems, radio communication systems and fire/life safety systems. Reports deviations from normal operating conditions to supervisor. Dispatches resources according to defined control room procedures. Updates control room procedures in coordination with management as needed. Assists technical staff in performing programming, preventative maintenance, testing and service of security, fire/life safety and communications equipment. Monitors ongoing operations and serves as a central point in dispatching and coordinating activity. Works on assignments and projects of moderate scope and complexity. Assists in training control room staff. May also be scheduled for other assignments.
We are looking for an individual to provide technical expertise to teams in providing solutions with Linux based systems. The Senior Linux Administrator will be required to gather business requirements, make recommendations and implement standards and solutions. You will be managing systems and services in the cloud and on premise. You will assist teams by building architectures for their services and in the adoption and deployment of DevOps processes and tools. You will help drive new technologies and policies to create scalable solutions.
The J. Paul Getty Museum is seeking an educator with a passion for engaging younger audiences with innovative and ambitious projects. The Associate Education Specialist for Youth Development Programs assists a small team within the Education division of the Education, Public Programs, and Interpretive Content Department. This position assists a broad slate of youth programs, many centered on creative photography, and involving extensive collaboration with other divisions of the department, other departments across the J. Paul Getty Trust, and with organizations across Los Angeles that provide programming or services to young audiences. The successful candidate will be dynamic and experienced in assisting programs with creative content and complicated logistics, with knowledge of best practices in Project-Based Learning, Design Thinking, Youth Development programming, and 21st century skill building. A background in youth development with a focus on underserved and at-risk audiences is helpful.
As part of the Education department and under moderate supervision this individual develops, implements and manages teen programs and projects to foster engaging experiences with art, from art production to teaching about works of art, and across multiple subject areas. Collaborates on cross-functional teams to achieve educational programming goals. Monitors budget/spending and assists project management for the team. Successful candidates will have a track record demonstrating their passion for working with youth and audiences traditionally underserved by museums. May teach, train and supervise on a regular basis.
The Education Department of the J. Paul Getty Museum seeks a limited term, part time employee to coordinate their school partnership program. The Program Coordinator works closely with a team of educators under supervision of the Education Specialist for School Communities. Together, this team designs and implements arts programming for and with a partner charter school network, including programs with students, teachers, administrators, and families.
Part time schedule must conform to the charter school calendar and include at least an 8 hour day on Wednesday plus one other 8 hour day. Remaining weekly hours are flexible. This position, along with the partnership team, leads approximately 6 weekend and evening events per year.
Performs a broad range of complex administrative support functions for the President/CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust. This role requires the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, be proactive, meet and adapt to changing deadlines, and communicate effectively as the primary point of contact for the President/CEO. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: scheduling, including adjusting calendar appointments as necessary; travel arrangements; coordinating meetings and events; creating and editing communications, documents, reports, presentations and spreadsheets; managing the President’s office operations; performing Getty system transactions on behalf of the President/CEO; and the supervision of the President’s Office Administrator and Special Projects Administrator.
The Special Projects Administrator will handle administrative tasks, and manage logistics and implementation for special projects of the office of the J. Paul Getty Trust President and CEO. The Special Projects Administrator will be expected to perform duties with a high degree of independence, initiative and judgment, prioritize the workload efficiently and without direct supervision, and to meet deadlines under changing conditions.
Reporting to the Executive Assistant to the President, duties will be in support of the special projects being led by or involving the President/CEO and will include collaboration with internal resources and external parties/vendors.
Performs complex accounting functions including performing analysis, developing and maintaining complex data models, analyzing large data sets, and reconciling complex accounts.
Complete travel and expense audits on an as-needed basis.