Iron Mountain Photographer Imaging Technician in Kent, Washington
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.
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Imaging Technician, Entertainment Services
Responsible for inbounding, outbounding and quality control of images for this asset migration project, including digitization, restoration, remediation and reformatting in the digital studio space. Works directly with the project and data manager, photographers, and post-production team as well as operations to ensure receipt, tracking.
A. Image asset migration (digitization), restoration, remediation, and reformat in the digital studio space
B. Research – format and metadata identification/verification
C. Project management, work logs, asset tracking, chain of custody, archival engineer reports for all asset production work
D. Troubleshoot, calibrate, and general maintenance/upkeep of existing equipment
Functional Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies: Job requires a fundamental understanding of current and obsolete image and photographic formats and processes. Strong team and interpersonal skills are required in addition to technical and business expertise.
Familiarity with historic analog and digital video media formats including, but not limited to: negatives, positives, transparencies, glass plate, slide, and poster
Working knowledge of MAC/PC including but not limited to: PhotoShop, Adobe Acrobat, FileMaker, and Lightroom
Familiarity with rich media archive organization, inventory, and tracking
Detailed Archival and Work Log generation – detailed asset tracking of all production work and metadata
Familiarity with secure electronic and physical file delivery systems
Familiarity with backup solutions: digital archiving to server and LTO
Attention to detail/quality control: consistent monitor of image file and metadata quality
Excellent communication skills: written and verbal
Self-motivation and effective time management: planning, organization, and prioritization for the successful and timely completion of projects
Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
Ability to keep to a consistent and demanding production schedule
Demonstrates ability to learn new technologies
Ability to constructively collaborate in a results-oriented team
Nature of Impact: This position is the direct service provider to clients with direct impact on the business.
Job / Physical Requirements/Qualifications:
A. Physical Requirements: Although this is primarily a technical position, there is a minimal physical requirement to handle asset/media handling (inbounding/outbound) inventory boxes, session set-up, and hardware/scanning equipment configuration.
B. Utilization of Time and Equipment: (Allocate the % of a total day)
Laptop / desktop computer, telephone, scanning and digital photo workstation
Session set-up, hardware/recording equipment configuration, handling cases, metal containers, and media asset boxes
Documentation: work logs, archival logs, asset inventory research, inbound/outbound, asset damage reports.
- High School or Equivalent & 1-3 years of relevant experience
- A Bachelor Degree or Certificate from an accredited multi-media, film, photojournalism, graphics, or database/archive management school or technical program is preferred but not required.
Category: Operations Group
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