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1. 2 Archives Officers-UNICEF (New York, NY)
Two archivist positions have been posted at UNICEF. Archives Officer (2 Positions) - Enterprise Content Management Project, TA, P2, New York
2. Outreach Officer 1- Provincial Archives of Alberta (Edmonton, AB)
The Provincial Archives of Alberta is currently seeking to fill one full-time / temporary position of Outreach Officer. Reporting to the Director, Access & Preservation Services, the successful candidate will have several areas of responsibility related to the Provincial Archives' goals of preserving and providing access to records of permanent value cared for by the Government of Alberta.
3. Archivist-South Peace Regional Archives (Grande Prairie, AB)
South Peace Regional Archives is seeking an Archivist for a
continuing position beginning November 1, 2016. The Archivist oversees the
process of acquisition and the preservation of archival records. S/he
participates in developing educational programs and events to enhance
public awareness, and reports to the Executive Director.
4. Archives and Special Collections Intern -Victoria University Library and Archives (Toronto,ON)
This position is made possible through the Young Canada Works Building Careers in Heritage program with support from the Canadian Council of Archives. Under the primary supervision of the Records Manager/Archivist and some directions by the Head of Reader Services, the incumbent will participate in the appraisal, arrangement and description, and physical care of various institutional fonds and private records collections, including a large sound and moving image collection. They will also assist Victoria University Archives and Special Collections in contributing to the University of Toronto's Discover Archives shared portal as well as Archeion, Ontario's archival information network. The successful candidate will assist the Archivist in providing research and reference services.
5. Senior Legislative & Policy Advisor-Ministry of Finance (Victoria, BC)
The Senior Legislative & Policy Advisor works in a high-profile, dynamic, results-oriented environment on challenging projects that are strategic in nature. You will be responsible for the development and implementation of a wide range of Corporate Information and Records Management strategic policies, programs, regulations and legislation. As a senior member of the CIRMO legislative and policy team, the position is responsible for managing research, policy and legislative development initiatives related to the protection personal information (private and public sector), freedom of information requests and records management under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA), the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) and the Information Management Act (IMA).