Job Board

Guidelines

The AABC On-Line Job Board lists employment opportunities in B.C. or of interest to members of the BC archival community in the fields of archives and records management. 

To submit a posting to the Job Board:

Submitted postings should include a brief job description, salary and benefit information, a deadline for application, and contact information (including mail, telephone, and e-mail).  All submissions will be reviewed and the AABC reserves the right to edit and layout postings, and to ask for revisions or decline submissions which are not deemed appropriate for the site. 

Postings will be made as time allows and priority is given to jobs in British Columbia.  Postings will remain for one month unless a close date is specified.  Items for this job board may be submitted to the Webmaster. Job postings may also be posted to the Association's listserv archives-bc

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1. Records Analyst-City of Richmond (Richmond, BC)

The Records Analyst performs complex analytical work in the City's integrated records and archives management program, a program which is governed by the City's Corporate Records Management Program Bylaw 7400.

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2. Coordinator of Collections & Exhibitions- Aanischaaukamikw (Oujé-Bougoumou, QC)

ACCI is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated individual for the position of Coordinator of Collections & Exhibitions.  The Coordinator of Collections & Exhibitions is responsible for coordinating Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute's Collections Department, related programs and assists with administrative duties.  The Coordinator of Collections & Exhibitions supervises all staff in the Collections Department and ensures the proper and efficient running of the department.  

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3. Archivist-Hudson's Bay Company Archives (Winnipeg, MB)

The Hudson's Bay Company Archives is recruiting for an archivist for a 12 month term opportunity.

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4. Archivist- Kamloops Museum & Archives (Kamloops, BC)

Performs skilled archival work of a complex nature under the general supervision of the Museum Supervisor. Work is mostly inside with good working conditions and involves the day to-day operation of the archives including acquiring, accessioning, appraising, classifying, describing, arranging, and providing access to a variety of historical material such as public records, private papers, maps, photographs, prints, and other documents. 

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5. Archives Assistant-Archdiocese of Vancouver (Vancouver, BC)

The Archdiocese of Vancouver is needing an Archives Assistant.

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6. Head Metadata Services- University of Toronto Libraries (Toronto, ON)

The University of Toronto Libraries seek an innovative and engaged information professional to manage a large unit central to library operations and help provide leadership and the strategic direction for the future of resource description for the library system.   Reporting to the Associate Chief Librarian for Collections and Materials Management and working closely with unit heads across the library system the Head of Metadata Services will oversee the creation of metadata for materials acquired and created by the University of Toronto and provide vision for the delivery of new services within the area of resource description and discovery. 

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7. Archivist-South Peace Historical Society (Dawson Creek, BC)

The Archives division of the South Peace Historical Society is seeking a resourceful, energetic person for the position of full-time archivist. The South Peace Historical Society (SPHS) oversees a museum, pioneer village, archives and a genealogical group. It covers the Peace River British Columbia area, south of the Peace River. The archives were first established in 1997 and became the Society's repository for print documents, photographs, and maps pertaining to the region's history. The archives are located in the newly renovated Calvin Kruk Centre for the Arts in downtown Dawson Creek. It features a climate-controlled storage vault and public research space.

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