Milwaukee, WI: Discovery & Metadata Librarian, Marquette University
Milwaukee, WI: Coordinator of Digital Collections & Projects, Marquette University
REPOSTED: Lexington, KY: Undergraduate Research Archivist, University of Kentucky
Thanks to Deirdre for the update!
Baltimore, MD: Paid Archival Processing Internship, Maryland Historical Society
Link out to job announcement (PDF)
Thanks to the MHS Special Collections Department for this one!
Tumwater, WA: Library & Archival Professional 1, Office of the Secretary of State of Washington
Thanks to Patti for this one!
Houston, TX: Librarian II (Preservation Librarian), Houston Public Library
Thanks to the City of Houston staffer who sent this my way!
New Education Tags
I’ve been struggling with my “paraprofessional (no MA required)” tag for a while, because I don’t think it always accurately reflects the requirements laid out in all job postings. Today, I’ve decided to move away from using that tag in favor of these:
Second Master’s Degree (I have been using this one for some time.)
PhD (I have been using this one for some time.)
My plan is to tag each post with the lowest level of education specified in the job ad. If a job requires one degree as a baseline but lists a higher level of education as preferred, I will tag the posting with both types of degree. For example, if a job requires at least a Bachelor’s degree but lists a Master’s degree as a preferred qualification, I will tag it with both “Bachelor’s Degree,” and “Master’s Degree.”
I will no longer use the “paraprofessional (no MA required)” tag in job ads, but I will leave it active for historical purposes. I hope that this new system of tagging is more helpful to you. Let me know if you have any questions!