Private Sector Records Archivist, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB
Location: Fredericton, New Brunswick
Compensation: $1,910 to $2,669 bi-weekly
Operating within the Finances and Treasury Board of the Province of New Brunswick, the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, fulfills it's mandate to preserve and make available records with a bearing upon the history of the province. Located next to the dynamic and thriving campuses of the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University, the Archives houses a diverse range of materials, including government records, private manuscripts, maps, photographs, newspapers, audiovisual materials, and other historical documents. These collections cover a wide span of time.
The archives provide facilities for researchers to access and study the materials in their collections. Archivists and staff members are available to assist individuals in locating and using the resources for research purposes. PANB often engages in educational outreach, offering programs and services to schools, community groups, and the public. This can include workshops, presentations, and exhibitions to promote an understanding of the historical resources available.
Description and Duties
The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick has an exciting opportunity for a Private Sector Records Archivist.
Reporting to the Manager of the Private Sector Records Unit, the Private Sector Records Archivist is responsible for applying professional and current archival standards, best practices and methodologies for the acquisition, arrangement and description, preservation and promotion of PANB private sector records holdings in analog and digital formats.
Specific key responsibilities will include:
Behavioural Competencies: The successful candidate will possess the following behavioural competencies: Analytic thinking/Judgment, Flexibility, Integrity, Client Service Orientation, Effective Interactive Communication, Relationship/Network Building, Organizational Commitment, Results Orientation.
Technical Competencies : The successful candidate will possess the following technical competencies: specialized subject matter expertise in Archives and Information Management; excellent written and spoken communication skills; knowledge of the New Brunswick history.
How to Apply
Apply online here.
Application Deadline: December 1 2023
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