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. Information, Access and Privacy Administrators-Province of Nova Scotia (Halifax, NS)

There are two permanent positions currently posted with the Province of Nova Scotia for Information, Access and Privacy Administrators. The postings close June 2, 2016. Both positions are located in Halifax, NS. 

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2. Instructor-UBC School of Library, Archival and Information Studies (Vancouver, BC)

The School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at the University of British Columbia (the iSchool @ UBC) is seeking an instructor for the spring term (January to April 2017) to teach the course: Archival Public Services in the Master of Archival Studies Program.   For more information on teaching at the iSchool, click on the link Adjunct Faculty: Current Openings on our website:  http://slais.ubc.ca/people/employment-at-slais-the-ischool-ubc/

Please send questions or expressions of interest, with current CV to Connie Wintels, Administrative Assistant slais.recruit@ubc.ca

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3. Director, Information, Privacy and Archives-Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (Toronto, ON)

Are you a strategic, results-orientated leader with a passion for driving business change priorities and delivering quality customer service? If so, consider these exciting opportunities with the Information, Privacy and Archives Division. 

As Director, you will promote excellence in information management practices in Ontario government ministries and agencies and provide oversight of the Archives of Ontario, which provides innovative leadership in collecting, preserving and promoting the records of the Government of Ontario.

Note: Two positions are available.

 

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4. Archives Assistant- Gulf of Georgia Cannery (Steveston, BC)

The Gulf of Georgia Cannery, built in 1894 in the historic village of Steveston, is a living monument to the individuals involved in B.C.'s fishing industry. The site is operated by the Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society, an independent, non-profit society and registered charity. In addition to operating the historic site, the Society maintains an archival and artifact collection relating to fishing on Canada's West coast.

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5. Summer Student Archivist-Church of the Ascension (Hamilton, ON)

The Church of the Ascension is a 165-year-old Anglican parish in downtown Hamilton, Ontario, with a rich heritage and legacy. It has received a Canada Summer Jobs program grant to employ a full-time secondary or university student as a Student Archivist from June 20, 2016 for eight weeks at 30 hours per week. While many of the parish's archives are in the Anglican Diocese of Niagara Archives lodged at McMaster University in Hamilton, there are uncatalogued archival materials located in several rooms around the church, including in a damp basement. The Student Archivist's task will be to work with this material.

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6. Information Management Archivist-Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (Regina, SK)

The Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (RQHR) is seeking a progressive, energetic and results-oriented candidate for the permanent full-time position of Information Management Archivist. 

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