Student Archivist-HSC Archives Museum (Winnipeg, MB)

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> Posted on behalf of HSC Archives/Museum in Winnipeg:
> Student Archivist
> HSC Archives Museum
> Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg - Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
> Part-time (30 hours per week)
> 21 May to 30 August 2019 (Total of 420 hours)
> Salary:  $18.001 per hour
> Application Deadline: 23 April 2019
> HSC Winnipeg is seeking a qualified and motivated summer student to fill an Archives Assistant position within the HSC Archives/Museum. Availability of this position is subject to award of a grant from Young Canada Works, and the successful candidate must be eligible for Young Canada Works sponsorship.
> Working under the direction of the HSC Archivist, the Archives Assistant will process (accession, appraise, arrange and describe) records into the collection using Rules for Archival Description (RAD), AtoM, (an internationally recognized Archival database), and PastPerfect (internationally recognized Museum software) and update and process an artifacts collection.  Other duties may include processing transfers and donations, providing research and support for heritage-related projects, and answering reference questions.
> Qualifications:
> -          Enrollment in a recognized Archives Studies program, related graduate University degree program, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, required.
> -          Working knowledge of database systems preferred.
> -          Excellent command of the English language (both oral and written) required.
> -          Experience working in an archival setting and experience in arrangement and description of archival collections preferred.
> -          Strong organizational, communications and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work accurately and independently.
> Recruitment for positions within the HSC Archives/Museum complies with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority employment practices. The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is committed to having a workforce that is reflective of the diverse nature of the communities we serve. Indigenous applicants are encouraged to self-declare when applying for jobs.
> Please submit applications through Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations. 
> Questions, please contact Emma Prescott
> Health Sciences Centre
> AD119 - 720 McDermot Ave
> Winnipeg, MB  R3E 0T3

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