The City of Richmond is offering a unique opportunity for a dynamic and innovative individual to lead the Richmond Archives as Archivist. The Archivist will be instrumental in preserving and making accessible the evidence of Richmond’s past. This is a specialized and professional position directing a municipal archives program and working collaboratively within the City Clerk’s Office and specifically with the corporate records management program team. The Archivist will demonstrate commitment to the provision of high quality archives, records and information management services. The incumbent will be encouraged to bring forward new ideas and suggest improvements to existing practices. Considerable independence of judgment and action is exercised with policy matters being discussed with a superior who reviews work performance in terms of effective services rendered.
The Royal BC Museum is recruiting for a full-time permanent Archivist at the BC Archives.
The iSchool at the University of British Columbia is seeking an adjunct instructor for the Master of Archival Studies course ARST 500 – Information Technology and Archives, to be taught over 13 weeks from January to April , 2018.
The Friends of the Provincial Archives is pleased to offer a Young Canada Works summer job in heritage for 2017. Based in Edmonton at the Provincial Archives of Alberta (PAA), the Archives Assistant will provide the successful candidate with the opportunity to develop competencies in digital asset management as he/she describes and facilitates the availability of vital statistics records from the PAA's holdings.
The AARJHSON are seeking a part-time project archivist for a period of 3 years to manage the transfer of the Alumnae Association's Archives and Museum materials to the custody of the University of Victoria Archives, the Victoria Medical Heritage Society (VMHS), and the Royal BC Museum (RBCM), or other institutions.
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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