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. Museum Manager-Nicola Valley Museum & Archives (Merritt, BC)

The Manager will be responsible for daily operation of the Museum & Archives, reporting directly to the Board of Directors. The Manager will be responsible for programming, events, inquiries, research, curation of exhibits (physical and virtual), volunteer coordination, marketing (advertising, social media and website) and maintenance of the collection and archives. This individual will research potential grant opportunities, liaise with the City of Merritt and engage with community partners as required.

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2. Manager Data Management-Doctors of BC (Vancouver, BC)

Reporting to the Director, Information Technology, the Manager, Data Management, Information Technology (IT), is responsible for enabling our strategic use of structured and unstructured data. As the Manager, Data Management you will build strong relationships with leaders in the organization in order to provide them with insights and analytics focused on maximizing the use of data in their decision making. You'll be working with analysts and business stakeholders to help design and implement data solutions while overseeing the development team who are responsible for our CRM and custom insurance & benefits administration application. 

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3. Information Management Specialist-BC Pension Corporation (Victoria, BC)

The Information Management Specialist’s main focus is to deliver a records and information management (IM) program for the corporation so that corporate information assets are managed effectively in accordance with their determined value and as required by legislation, policy, standards and procedures.

This role will develop, analyze, interpret and apply policies, standards and processes related to IM in order to provide IM service, guidance and advice to clients. Services to clients include the development and delivery of training and awareness activities, development and implementation of record retention schedules, and IM process documentation. This position will also conduct routine privacy incident investigations as assigned by the Team Lead. Investigations include gathering information about the incident, documenting findings and making recommendations. This position also coordinates the search, identification, location, and retrieval of responsive records for access requests to corporation-held records in accordance with FOIPPA and determines if records should be released or withheld, based on review and analysis of requests.

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4. Assistant Director/Archivist-Sidney Museum (Sidney, BC)

Sidney Museum is a local museum presenting and preserving the history of the Saanich Peninsula operated by the Sidney Museum and Archives Society, a not-for-profit organization. The museum features a large gallery to display local arts, crafts and collections and has a very active group of volunteers assisting with collections management and storage, educational programs, archives and exhibits. Sidney Museum attracts thousands of visitors each year, and the extensive archives department preserves records and provides research and information about the local area to the public.

This position reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the Archives department at Sidney Museum, and will share in the operational duties of the Museum. This permanent full time position is for 35 hours a week, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with ½ hour unpaid lunch break, five days a week including weekends and additional days covering holidays and days off. Previous museum or archives experience is essential. The position is ideal for a well-organized person who demonstrates initiative and enjoys meeting and working with people.

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5. University Archivist-University of Regina (Regina, SK)

The Dr. John Archer Library and Archives invites applications from innovative, proactive, flexible, collaborative and service-oriented candidates for the position of University Archivist. We are seeking an experienced archivist with experience in developing, managing, and promoting physical and digital archives within the larger context of a comprehensive university.

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