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. Records Management Instructor-University of the Fraser Valley Continuing Education (Abbotsford, BC)

The Continuing Education department invites applicants to apply for an instructor role in the Records Management certificate program.

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2. Archivist-Government Records Service (Victoria, BC)

The Archivist develops integrated records classification and scheduling systems for client ministries; appraises the information holdings of these ministries to determine which records will ultimately be destroyed and which will be selectively or fully retained as archives; reviews and selects specific sets of records for transfer to the government archives; and contributes to the ingest, preservation and public accessibility of information in government's digital archives.

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3. Archivist-Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management (Burnaby, BC)

Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management Department invites applications from innovative, enthusiastic and service-oriented candidates for an Archivist position. Reporting to the University Archivist and based at the Burnaby campus, this full-time continuing position will be primarily responsible for appraising, acquiring, selecting, accessioning, arranging, describing, and providing access to private and public records of research interest acquired from a variety of sources (individuals, businesses, associations and societies, university departments, faculty, etc.).

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4. Privacy and Records Co-op Student-Finance & Corporate Services (Abbotsford, BC)

The City of Abbotsford is currently growing and evolving in a dynamic way and the Legislative Services Department is seeking a hard-working, self-motivated Co-op Student for a four month Privacy and Records Co-op position from May to August 2019.

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