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The South Peace Regional Archives is seeking an Archivist for a full-time, permanent position tentatively beginning 1 June 2020. The Archivist oversees the process of acquisition, preservation and accessibility of archival records. The Archivist works with both the Awareness Committee to develop educational programs and events that enhance public awareness, as well as the Indigenous History Committee to foster Reconciliation efforts in the Archives. The Archivist works with and reports to the Executive Director.
The successful candidate, supported by staff, will develop skills in the Museum and Archives sectors through practical hands-on experience performing daily tasks and working on projects essential to the operation of a heritage organization, with an emphasis on collections, exhibits, and programs.
The Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre are accepting applications for four summer student positions, dependent on grant funding. Joining our team this summer are two Collections Assistants, a Cultural Education Assistant, and a Matsuri Festival Assistant. 
This position will participate in the day-to-day operation of the museum and archives while receiving training in the management of each. This includes collection management, permanent display design, exhibit installation, minor artefact conservation, data entry, research, and some social media. The student will be mentored by the Executive Director and Assistant Director, and would additionally engage with members of the Board on matters related to project reporting at Board Meetings.
Sidney Museum is in the middle of a transition period as we undergo a collection storage improvement project including disaster-prevention upgrades to our main collection storage space in 2020. Key activities include the purchase and installation of shelving, as well as rehousing the collection. This project will result in the collection housed according to professional museum best practices and will allow for future growth of the collection.
Two Museum Assistants at the Pender Islands Museum (Young Canada Works).
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