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SLAIS the iSchool@ubc will offer a number of part-time Adjunct teaching appointments for the academic year 2017-2018.
Gitga’at First Nation is recruiting for an Archivist Position, on a short term (3 month) contract basis. This contract may be extended to a long term contract, dependent on funding. Reporting directly to the Lead Negotiator with a dotted reporting line to the Director of Lands and Marine Services, the Archivist works with Gitga’at First Nation (GFN) to collect, record, preserve, retain and conserve archives of the Gitga’at First Nation.
Island Health is seeking a Senior Specialist, Information Stewardship, Policy and Standards in Victoria, BC. As the Senior Specialist, in collaboration with the Director, you are responsible to lead the development and enhancement of strategic and operational plans that continuously improve and integrate the Information Stewardship, Access & Privacy (ISAP) vision and mandate into the practice and culture of the organization, while preserving alignment with IM/IT and organizational strategic direction for excellence in care and service.
This position will appeal to an individual interested in developing and implementing a vision for Special Collections and Rare Books that anticipates and addresses emerging trends in acquisition, curation, access, digitization and preservation in an increasingly diverse and complex environment.  This environment will also include opportunities to participate in research and teaching activities both within the Library and in collaboration with faculty.  It will be attractive to those who are highly motivated to provide innovative and responsive services to faculty, students and the public, and have the ability to position Special Collections and Rare Books as a prominent and unique centre for SFU scholarship and community engagement.
The intern will first conduct a general inventory of the permanent collection, gaining contextual understanding of the collection while identifying any immediate conservation needs. After the intern has a clear concept of the material, they will conduct a detailed description of each of the artefacts using the Parks Canada Classification System and the CHIN data dictionary.
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