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Saturday, April 18, 2015

F/T - DAM Manager, Lincoln Center (NY)

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is seeking a DAM Manager.


DAM Manager (Digital Asset Management)
LCPA manages performance data associated with the events produced by LCPA and constituent organizations across the LC campus as well as digital assets used for their production and recordings and photography generated during performances. 


The DAM manager will oversee daily maintenance and health of LCPA's DAM systems and the associated procedures for ingest, metadata tagging, access and publishing of its contents. The DAM manager will also take part in the ongoing design and build of future functionality and integration such as event planning and tracking, and archive migration into the DAM.

•    Manage controlled lists, taxonomy for all asset / data types
        Establish standards for master data management
        Document and communicate data definitions and procedures for use
•    Help in designing, documenting, training and monitoring workflows and use cases for ingesting, indexing and tagging content going into the dam
        Scanning documents
•    Managing security and account settings to facilitate controlled access, sharing and exchange of assets between users
•    Assist in content usage strategies for web, desktop and mobile apps
•    Manage collection and maintenance of performance data to establish an authoritative record of performances (events, works, artists, etc.)
        Refine ingest workflows from multiple sources
•    Legacy and ongoing new event data
•    Preliminary planning and production data
        Normalization of data nodes / relationships
        Maintain performance taxonomies
        QC of Performance data
        Identify and enable links to source data and external resources


•    Excellent organizational, communication and project management skills
•    Deep understanding of and experience in DAM tools and techniques
•    Experience with video and image file formats and manipulation
•    Cross-platform computer skills, including scripting and automation
•    Passionate drive for innovative and creative problem solving
•    Performing arts experience a plus


Please submit cover letter, salary history and resume to: or mail to Human Resources, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, NY, NY 10023. 
Internal Candidates should contact a member of the Human Resources Department directly. EOE. Resumes without cover letters will not be reviewed.