The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum is administered by the National Archives & Records Administration and supported, in part, by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, a non-profit organization.

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to carry forward President Kennedy’s legacy, with programs that aim to inspire and engage Americans and people throughout the world with his timeless vision and vibrant ideals of peace, justice, optimism, and service.

Archivist for Textual Digitization

The Archivist for Textual Digitization is responsible for digitizing, ingesting into DAMS storage, preserving, describing, and publishing online the Archives’ textual holdings in all formats. The ATD reports to the Supervisory Archivist for Photographic and Textual Digitization and serves as the program’s point person for on demand digitization and description of textual materials. In this role, they respond to digital reproduction requests from researchers, colleagues, senior staff, and NARA personnel; triages the textual digitization on demand queue; and ensures that all requests are responded to in a timely manner, following established protocols and standards.

Dillon Papers Project Archivist

Reporting to the Supervisory Archivist for Photographic and Textual Digitization, the Dillon Papers Project Archivist will be responsible for scanning, ingesting into DAMS storage, preserving, describing, and publishing online the personal papers of C. Douglas Dillon, the Secretary of the Treasury under President John F. Kennedy. During the process of digitizing and describing the collection’s textual and photographic contents over the course of approximately 16 months, the Project Archivist will also: resolve problems with the current arrangement and description of the collection; perform basic preservation measures on the materials; digitize and describe (at the item level) the collection’s specially protected holdings; and reintegrate and digitize materials that have been recently declassified.

Senior Administrative and Project Assistant to the CFO

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is seeking a highly motivated assistant to support the daily operations of the Chief Financial Officer and Accounting Department. The assistant provides a full range of high-level, confidential, administrative support as well as general office management to the CFO.

Staff and Payroll Accountant

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Staff & Payroll Accountant will perform critical tasks for the Accounting Department. The individual will work independently and collaboratively to meet competing deadlines and assist with a variety of projects. This role is deadline-driven and requires the ability to be proactive, multitask, and shift priorities in a fast-paced environment.