Okay, so this isn’t a position specifically for archivists, but it sure is unusual, and I bet there are some readers who would be interested! Would you like to take a summer and be a ship’s librarian on a summer sea term? Yes?! Read on!
Link out to job announcement
Source: Thanks to Michala B. for this one!
Wildlife Conservation Society
Department: Library & Archives, Bronx Zoo
Title: Archives Processing Intern, Summer 2014
Number of openings: 2
Reports To: Director, Library & Archives Department
Duration: Between May 19, 2014 – August 29, 2014
Schedule: Hours must be scheduled between Monday – Friday
Hours: 8 hours a week, scheduled between 9:00am – 5:00pm, for a total minimum of 100 hours
Application deadline: April 18, 2014
The Wildlife Conservation Society Archives (located at the Bronx Zoo) is currently accepting applications for an archival processing internship from graduate students preparing for careers in libraries, archives, or related cultural institutions.
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Business Title: Archive Manager
Civil Service Title: PUBLIC RECORDS OFFICER
Title Code No: 60216
Job Category: Clerical & Administrative Support
Career Level: Entry-Level
Proposed Salary Range: $ 20.35 – $ 29.24 (Hourly)
Work Location: 420 East 38Th St.
Division/Work Unit: Records Retention Administration
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William Henry Seward Project Archivist
Job ID: 183006
Location: Central Admin-Rush Rhees Lib
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Full Time 40 hours Grade 000 Rare Bks, Spcl Collctns & Pres
The Seward Project Archivist has the exciting opportunity to introduce the University’s flagship collection to a new generation of scholars. Under the direction of the Manuscript Librarian, and in consultation with Rare Books Special Collections and Preservation (RBSCP) Director and with Seward Family Editorial Project staff, the Processing Archivist is responsible for arranging, processing, and partially rehousing a physical collection of approximately 400 linear feet to reflect new opportunities for discovery; and for revising existing legacy collection descriptions to facilitate new avenues of scholarship; and making available online a single standards-compliant finding providing researchers access to all Seward-related material in RBSCP.
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