The Records Analyst works in the Records and Archives Section of the City Clerk’s Office within the Legal and Legislative Services branch of Corporate Administration. The Records Analyst reports directly to the Manager of Records and Information. Scheduled to work in two different locations, the day-to-day duties of the Records Analyst are supervised by either the Records and Information Management Analyst (at the Records Section Office) or by the Archivist (at the City of Richmond Archives).
New Westminster Museums and Heritage Services is looking for an enthusiastic, collaborative, and creative Archivist with demonstrated experience in archival collections management, arrangement and description, database systems, digitization processes, employee and volunteer supervision, preventative conservation, and facilitating access (in-person and online) to archival collections. You will also participate in city and museum initiatives in the areas such as Indigenous reconciliation, exhibition development, and community engagement.
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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