The Librarian/Archivist works to support the vision and mandate of the CSTC while meeting the information needs of the CSTC leadership, staff, and membership. Reporting to the General Manager, the Librarian/Archivist is responsible for the management of all aspects involved in the effective operation of the CSTC Library and Archives. This work includes administration activities related to budgeting and management of staff, collections, and facilities, as well as supporting the work of the CSTC negotiations team.
Join us for a province-wide workshop to explore the important role we all play in giving voice to diverse perspective on history. In the spirit of Canada’s 150th anniversary themes of reconciliation, diversity and inclusion, the day will focus on issues and best practices for building relationships to support these themes within your museum or heritage institution. After an introductory overview, you will participate in facilitated, small-group discussions inspired by panel presentations.

The Young Canada Works Community Service Assistant 3 (Archives Collections Assistant) will assist the Archivist to make collections more publicly accessible through the digitization and description of archival records. All archival descriptions will be entered into the MINISIS database and made available to the public through Heritage Services' SAMOA (Surrey Archives & Museum Online Access) search engine.
First among provinces, BC’s GLAM sector signs MOU to build capacity for learning and discovery Minister Peter Fassbender joins partners at Surrey City Centre Library for the historic event.

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