Local History Room Archivist
Starting wage is $16.80/hour for this part-time, hourly, non-exempt position scheduled for approximately 25-32 hours weekly. Benefits include paid holidays, paid sick leave (after six months), and paid vacation (after one year).
Under the direct supervision of the Library Director, the Archivist is responsible for the Local History Room, local history material collection development and processing, local history and genealogy reference services and programming, supervising/directing part-time employees and volunteers assisting in the Local History Room, and promoting ADL’s Local History Room services and collections in the community. The Archivist also supports broader library service with regular shifts at our patron circulation desks, as scheduled.
For more details and application instructions, view the full job description available on our website (www.albionlibrary.org/about/employment). Application packets must be submitted via email or hardcopy as instructed. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications will not be accepted through Indeed.com.
Application period closes Saturday, September 17 at 5:00 pm.
Albion District Library serves a suburban and rural population of 11,500 in beautiful Calhoun County in south-central Michigan from its home in a modified 1919 Carnegie library building. Located on I-94, Albion offers quiet community living only a 25-minute drive to Battle Creek and Jackson, or a 60-minute trip to Kalamazoo, Lansing, and Ann Arbor. Albion has 17 parks within its 4.5 sq mile footprint, including along the Kalamazoo River, which runs through the community. Home to Albion College, the city boasts a long, proud, and storied history of economic and ethnic diversity and experiences, reflected in its murals, markers, architecture, and the beautifully-restored historic Bohm Theatre.