Prince’s Paisley Park is hiring an archives supervisor

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Prince’s Paisley Park is hiring an archives supervisor

The estate of the one and only Prince was turned into a permanent museum following his passing in 2016, fulfilling Prince’s hopes of one day opening Paisley Park to the public thanks to a team of employees dedicated to maintaining the legacy of the late music icon.


A team of archivers, led by director Angie Marchese, were tasked with going through thousands of the rockstar’s belongings stored inside his vault and premises; however, by 2017, and after carefully cataloguing nearly 7,000 items, it is estimated that they had only made it through five percent of what was inside the building in total. Evidently, they are in need of a few more hands on deck to meticulously document all the artifacts on the 65,000-square-feet complex outside of Minneapolis MD. 


If you love all things Prince and think this could be the job for you, follow the link here to submit your application.


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