Director of Archives & Library Programs (9/28/22)

Independent Publishing Resource Center 
Portland, OR

Established at the IPRC’s inception in 1998, the IPRC’s Zine Library is one of the largest of its kind in the country, and regularly draws visitors from all over the world. The library contains over 15,000 zines, as well as art books, chapbooks, small press publications, and reference materials, covering dozens of genres & subject matter. This new role symbolizes the IPRC’s commitment and strategic investment in the future of this historic resource.
The Director of Archives & Library Programs will be responsible for the stewardship of the library; and making the Library Program one that is dynamic, responsive, inclusive and relevant to our diverse community.

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