Librarian / Archivist, UBC Special Collections, Vancouver
Working in collaboration with the RBSC Head and the Archivist, this position is responsible for the management of important rare books and archival collections in support of the core collection areas of RBSC. This position provides reference, instruction and outreach of RBSC’s archival and book collections. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to: archival appraisal, creation of finding aids, CCPERB applications and preservation of archival materials.
Project Archivist, U Calgary Archives and Special Collections
Master’s degree in archival studies (MAS) is an asset
Experience working in an archives program with knowledge of current trends, tools and best practices
Experience in processing archival collections
Experience working with archival collections in textual and non-textual formats; for example, letters, business records, photographs, audio recordings, video recordings, and digital files
Awareness of Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board certification
Demonstrated fluency with relevant standards for archival description
Experience with archival management systems, such as AtoM, and integrated library systems.
Digital Librarian, Method Studios, Vancouver
The Digital Librarian will be responsible for ingesting, integrating, and maintaining digital asset, consisting of 2D clips and images, 3D models, textures, and template files, in our proprietary digital archive system. The Digital Librarian will work closely with different departments from across our global locations to keep assets easily searchable and accessible to our worldwide facilities. He or she will help in the development and improvement of the archival system, based on user and stakeholder feedback.
- Organize current and newly created digital assets with appropriate meta data, tags, keywords in library system
- Liaise with multiple departments to refine/catalogue assets appropriately
- Working with stakeholders, help define, implement, and enforce digital asset policies
- Update library as new standards or specifications are implemented
- Refine user interface or structure with feedback from users
- Verify and update legal implications and uses of external IP for assets
Cultural Programmer, Humboldt Museum, SK
The Cultural Programmer position includes responsibility for the development and implementation of arts and cultural education and public programming, with a special
focus on programming for students in areas of art and heritage. This position also includes
developing and implementing public programs such as arts education programs for a variety of audiences, special events, cultural activities, guided tours, and temporary exhibit activities.