Museum of Dufferin (County of Dufferin)
Location: Mulmur, Ontario
Compensation: $26.15 to $30.60
The County of Dufferin sits on the fringe of the Greater Toronto Area, about 100 kilometres northwest of Toronto.
It is largely a rural county with three urban settlement areas. The region is well known for its rivers, its rolling hills, and its excellent outdoor recreation opportunities. The UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, the Niagara Escarpment, and the world-famous Bruce Trail, run through Dufferin offering spectacular vistas and hiking opportunities. Home to over 61,000 residents the area boasts fabulous restaurants, shopping, and amenities
Description and Duties
Working 21 hours per week (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) the Archives Assistant will provide assistance to the Archivist in the documentation and automation of the Museum's archival collections. This includes counter service to the public in the Archives and processing requests for information. The successful candidate will also process new donations, transfer existing records, ensure data accuracy and consistency, and assist with research and volunteer projects.
What you'll do:
What you'll bring:
How to Apply
Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume and cover letter before the closing date and time to:
As an equal opportunity employer, we seek to attract, develop, and retain highly talented employees with diverse identities and backgrounds, allowing us to benefit from a wide variety of experiences and perspectives. We are committed to creating a workplace that is inclusive for all.
All applicants are thanked for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will receive a response. Information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of job selection and will not be used for any other reason. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.
Application Webpage (URL) https://www.dufferincounty.ca/careers/archives-assistant
Application Deadline: April 19, 2021
Job poster / document: https://www.formstack.com/admin/download/file/10318387612
Knowledge Seekers, DigitalASO (3 positions from Quebec, Central and Maritimes-Atlantic Canada)
ArtsPond / Étang d'Arts
Compensation: $5,000 flat fee
Join our team and play a role in advancing equity justice in Canada. ArtsPond is a changemaker of a different sort. Devoted to radical inclusivity, our mandate is to nurture healthy ecosystems that promote social, spatial, economic, digital, and accessibility justice by fostering cooperative actions fusing social innovation and the arts on-the-ground and in-the-cloud.
Knowledge Seekers, DigitalASO / OSANumériques are an integral part of ArtsPond's impact practices research and evaluation team, which includes Knowledge Seekers and Knowledge Stewards. In collaboration with Executive Leads and Knowledge Steward, Knowledge Seekers are tasked with identifying and developing community knowledge, relationships, and networks in service of scoping the design of a cross-sectoral, national Digital Arts Services Alliance / Alliance des services d'arts numériques.
In 2021, three Knowledge Seeker positions address the perspectives of the Maritimes-Atlantic Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia), Québec, and Central Canada (Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Northwestern Ontario).
Incubated by ArtsPond, the goals of DigitalASO / OSANumériques are to help foster a national innovation ecosystem for shared digital transformation of Canadian arts, culture, and arts services in response to collectively identified systemic issues. Featuring strategic alliance-, literacy-, and platform-building actions with regional and national stakeholders onsite and online, this transformative cooperative governance effort seeks to identify and strengthen regional advantages, national champions, cross-disciplinary institutions, shared digital resources and human-cloud infrastructure to help collectively bolster digital justice for all in Canadian arts and culture.
In 2021, DigitalASO's planned activities rooted in human-centered design include the cooperative publication of a digital transformation manifesto, co-design of an open source ecosystem mapping and matchmaking digital tool, and the scoping of a national alliance to help sustain access and inclusion for equity-seeking groups from the arts, cultural, and creative industries in the digital world.
Strengthen ecology: Help strengthen regional and national ecosystems with humility and a generous spirit of reciprocity.
Sustain culture: Sustain an internal and external culture that respects wholeness and the multi-dimensionality of difference, including beliefs, values, needs, and experience.
Enable equity: Enable access and inclusion by fostering trust through open and honest dialogues led by impacted equity-seeking groups.
The ideal candidate(s) will have:
This is a flexible, part-time, freelance contract from April to October 2021. Compensation is a flat fee at maximum $5,000 per position. The positions remain open until filled.
Please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae outlining your skills and interests related to the position to:
Jessa Agilo, Founder, President + CEO
Please reference which of the three positions you are applying for in the subject line:
"21107 Knowledge Seeker Quebec"
"21108 Knowledge Seeker Central Canada"
"21109 Knowledge Seeker Maritimes-Atlantic Canada"
ArtsPond is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, citizenship, creed (religion), colour, disability, ethnic origin, family status, gender identity or expression, place of origin, or race, veteran status or any other status protected by federal, provincial, or local laws. We particularly encourage equity-seeking groups including women, Black, Indigenous, New Canadians, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+ and other diverse identities, cultures, and origins to apply. While we thank all who take the time to apply, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Application Webpage (URL) https://artspond.com/job/knowledge-seekers-digitalaso-2021/
Application Deadline: April 30, 2021
Location: Burlington, ON
About the Organization We have one common goal: to be where Canadians are, with the products Canadians need, when they need them, however they want to buy them.
The Co-operators Group Limited is a leading Canadian multi-line insurance and financial services co-operative with $47.3 billion in assets under management. Our subsidiary companies provide solutions in four core areas: property and casualty (P&C) insurance, life insurance, institutional asset management and brokerage operations. We are supported by 6,249 employees and a dedicated financial advisor network with 2,530 licensed insurance representatives throughout Canada. We also serve 241 credit unions with more than 5.8 million members.
Our member organizations include co-operative organizations, credit union centrals and representative farm organizations.
Our vision to be a catalyst for a sustainable society is reflected in all aspects of our operations including our community investment programs, which support people in need and help build community resiliency. We support and fund the development of community-oriented co-operatives and social enterprises, and we work hard to contribute to communities across Canada.
If you are looking for more information on our organization or exploring the possibility of a career with us, you've come to the right place. Discover what makes us different, learn about the value we create for Canadians, find out more about Sustainability at The Co-operators, or visit our newsroom for our latest press releases.
Description and Duties
Bilingualism in English and French is an asset.
The Archivist is responsible for actively supporting the mission, mandate, and goals of The Co-operators corporate archival program by facilitating the continued preservation of and access to permanent corporate records from across The Co-operators group of companies. This position analyses, arranges, describes, and preserves archival records to ensure their continued longevity and availability, conducts research, and enables client access and use of the corporate permanent record. The archival program preserves and fosters The Co-operators corporate memory, ensures compliance with the external legislative framework and internal corporate recordkeeping requirements, and provides unique cultural contributions to our staff, our businesses and the co-operative community.
What you're responsible for:
What to expect:
To be successful:
To join our team:
What we offer:
Application Webpage (URL): https://phg.tbe.taleo.net/phg02/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=CUMIS&cws=38&rid=5829
Application Deadline: March 29, 2021
Location: Richmond, BC
Compensation: Salary is negotiable and depends on experience
Lucidea is a global provider of content and information management software and services. Our products and services organize and deliver enterprise content, seamlessly integrate internal and external content sources and deploy business-critical information to corporate portals, intranets, extranets and the Web. Applications include content management, competitive intelligence, library, museum, archives and records management, and litigation support and knowledge management. Lucidea products are known for their flexibility and ease of use and deployment.
• Project Management of a variety of Client and Internal Projects
• Scope new project requirements
• Conduct software training on-site, in-house or via web
• Work with sales team to deliver unique software solution demonstration
• Represent Lucidea at tradeshows and user group meetings
• Stay abreast of the Archive industry issues and Lucidea products
• Provide phone and e-mail support and assistance to resolve customer issues
• Check Support email frequently throughout the day
• Communicate with the R&D team, as necessary, to expedite issue resolution
• Manage difficult customers and customer expectations effectively and professionally
• Escalate issues to manager when needed
• Archivist qualifications preferred
• Knowledge of Lucidea products would be an advantage
• Work independently with limited direction and within a team
• Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
• Excellent ability to organize information with a strong attention to detail
• Excellent ability to analyze and solve problems, troubleshooting, deductive reasoning skills
• Ability to clearly document customer issues, status and resolution
• Training experience
• Commitment to customer service
• Travel to client sites as required (locally, nationally and internationally)
To apply, please email Emma Hathway: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada
Location: Peterborough, Ontario
Compensation: Salary is negotiable.
The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada is a religious organization.
• Lead the implementation of the Corporate Records Management Program and help to deliver ongoing training for staff and directors.
• Monitor, and maintain the Corporate Records Management program and associated policies, seeking approval of the Congregational Leadership Circle (CLC) or their designate, for changes to the program or policies as required.
• Provide advice and direction to Sisters and/or staff regarding current records held.
• Collaborates with the key stakeholders including the CLC, the Treasurer and Director of Finance and Investments, the Archivist, and the HR Director to ensure the continuing success of the program.
• Develop, maintain, and ensure the application of the Corporate Records Retention policy.
• Monitor new regulations and practices regarding records management and make recommendations to the CLC or their designate.
• Maintain Board and committee meeting schedules, including booking meeting space, setting up virtual meetings, facilitating IT issues before/during meetings, booking meals, accommodation, refreshments as necessary
• Prepare agendas for the official meetings of the CLC and at the request of the Congregational Leader communicate pertinent decisions to the entire Congregation.
• Collaborate with the Congregational Archivist regarding documents of an archival nature.
• Write letters and/or prepare documents as the Congregational Leader or other CLC members direct.
• Custodian of the corporate seal.
• Responsible for the maintenance of records, documents, and statistics pertaining to the Congregational life such as Sisters' personal files, POAs and Chapter proceedings.
• Maintain Council/Corporate calendars as requested.
• Maintain list of members, data for communication, and work with Administrative Assistants to ensure information is distributed as directed.
• Oversee Board seasonal appreciation gift lists, Congregational directories, reading material orders for members
• Tending to various other tasks "as assigned" from time to time.
• A willingness to learn about and understand the Congregation's activities, ministries, priorities, mission, and values.
• Working knowledge of canonical and civil legislation affecting Charities and religious Congregations in Ontario/Canada.
• Demonstration of "presence" and excellent communication skills
• Sensitivity and intuition toward CLC members, Sisters, and Senior Management
• Ability to read signals and provide early warnings to CLC and management about potential issues and opportunities
• Strong Record Management experience and skills
• Strong analytical skills
• Flexible and creative
• Maintain a sense of balance no matter how pressured a situation
• Completion of a post-secondary degree or diploma in information management, library sciences, archival studies, or management information systems.
• At least two years of related work experience with a functional file classification system (ISO 15489).
• At least two years of related work experience with records retention and disposition schedules.
• Understanding of legislation related to records including PHIPA.
• Proficient written and verbal skills
• Strong organizational skills
• Intermediate computer skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Zoom, and Teams.
We value an inclusive and diverse workplace and are committed to providing accessible employment practices in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act ("AODA"). If you require accommodation during any stage of the recruitment process please notify Human Resources at the time of interview selection.
Send resume and cover letter to:
Director of Human Resources
Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada
Application Deadline: Friday, March 19, 2021.
Job Poster: Posting for Corporate Secretary.pdf
Executive Director (Maternity Leave Contract)
The ArQuives: Canada's LGBTQ2+ Archives
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Compensation: Hours and Salary: 37.5h/week, salary range based on experience $70 000 to $80 000 annually
Located in Toronto, Ontario, The ArQuives is one of the largest independent LGBTQ2+ archives in the world. Primarily a volunteer-run organization focusing on Canadian content, The ArQuives acquires, preserves, and provides public access to information and collections in various formats. Our organization offers a range of research, exhibition, educational, and community programming.
The ArQuives seeks an Executive Director to fill a temporary (10-month contract; possible 3-month extension) maternity leave contract commencing mid to late May 2021. There is an expected two-week period for training with the current Executive Director.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for leading the organization via the vision, mandate, and strategic plans to preserve and make accessible the LGBTQ2+ history of Canada. The position requires both in-person and virtual work, with regular office hours being Monday to Friday with the occasional evening and weekend meetings and events. Responsibilities of the position include administrative duties (management of staff and operations of primary The ArQuives building and associated storage locations), financial duties (managing the operational budgeting and financial reporting to the board), fundraising (overseeing and implementation of the Fundraising Plan and donor relations in collaboration with the Senior Development Officer), grant writing and management (including reporting and applications), partnerships and programming with community groups, educational institutes, and various levels of government, and acting as an institutional advocate.
The ArQuives acknowledges and is committed to addressing historical inequities within our organization. We encourage applications from marginalized communities, including those who identify as Indigenous, women, trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming, Black, people of colour, and persons with disabilities.
Principle Duties & Responsibilities
● Financial and administrative management of the organization. Supervise and provide leadership to approx 4-5 staff and 120 volunteers.
● Advocate for the institution within the LGBTQ2+ community, levels of government, heritage community, and the general public.
● Continue the execution of the 2018-2022 Strategic Plan outlined by the Board of Directors and the 2021 and 2022 Operational plans.
● Manage and provide support to a team of staff and volunteers to meet the Strategic Plan's direction.
● Create and implement new programming as needed to forward the organization.
● Act as a spokesperson for The ArQuives with the media
● In collaboration with the Senior Development Officer, meet with potential funders and partners and assist with grant writing as relevant to the Strategic Plan.
● Provide professional support for the Board of Directors
Qualifications ● A demonstrated record of leadership and supervision (minimum of three years experience)
● Post-secondary education in related fields an asset
● Experience with library, archives, museum, and heritage organizations is a strong asset but not required
● Proven skills and knowledge in the areas of fundraising, finances, and budget processes
● Proven skills in project management, human resources, and volunteer management
● Experience with conflict resolution and working with the public an asset
● Knowledge and understanding of the LGBTQ2+ communities and history or experience working with marginalized communities
● Knowledge and understanding of Google Suite, WordPress, Basecamp, and Sumac are an asset
● Strong communication skills and the ability to work independently or as a team
● Ability to take the initiative and prioritize with strong attention to detail
Additional Information Please address any questions about the posting to email@example.com before March 13, 2021.
Estimated start date: May 17, 2021
Apply by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please visit: https://arquives.ca/latest-news/ed-maternity-leave-contract
Application deadline: April 5, 2021 @ 5 pm EST
Machinery of Government Policy Advisor
Executive Council Office, Ontario
Location: 99 Wellesley Street West, Toronto, Ontario
Compensation: $73,402 - $108,164 per annum, 1 Temporary - 18 months (with possibility of extension)
This is an exciting opportunity to exercise your knowledge of the structure and operations of government, and your highly developed policy, analytical, communication and project management skills at Cabinet Office.
The Ministry: Cabinet Office is the Premier's ministry. It provides the Premier and his Cabinet with advice and analysis to help the government achieve its priorities.
The Branch: The Executive Council Office (ECO) provides direct operational support to Cabinet and its senior committees, while managing machinery of government requirements and prerogatives, and stewarding Cabinet records and information platforms.
Why work for the Ontario Public Service?
The Ontario Public Service (OPS) is committed to being an employer of first choice, creating a positive and inclusive work environment.
• Paid statutory holidays
• Pay in lieu of benefits with optional enrolment in our group benefit plan
• A defined benefit pension plan
• Flexible work arrangements, when possible
• Welcoming and professional work culture
• Career growth and development opportunities across multiple business areas
What can I expect to do in this role?
As the Machinery of Government Policy Advisor, you will:
• Undertake research and provide strategic policy advice on machinery of government issues and opportunities
• Build and maintain collaborative and positive working relationships with key partners, clients and stakeholders
• Take a leadership role in the co-ordination of official Machinery of Government ceremonies and the drafting of official Executive Council documents
• Provide advice on the procedures of the Legislative Assembly as they relate to the Executive Council
• Design innovative machinery of government tools/products for digital platforms
• Manage the government-wide "OICsONline" initiative and its digital platform, and other public access issues and projects, including overseeing day-to-day Order in Council (OIC) operations
• Be responsible for all knowledge management initiatives and record retention protocols and processes
• Oversee ECO's Emergency Plan and co-ordinate emergency planning products and processes
• Develop and deploy orientation and outreach strategies
• Perform other duties, as assigned, in support of the Cabinet decision-making process
• Be responsible for the day-to-day management of a high-functioning team of senior administrative professionals
Qualifications: How do I qualify?
Knowledge of Cabinet and Machinery of Government Processes
• You have sound knowledge of the structure and operations of government and Cabinet decision-making processes
• You have a strong understanding of policy development and sound knowledge of the linkages among policy, legislative, and fiscal processes
• You have an understanding of machinery of government issues/topics and the role of machinery of government in the operations of the Executive Council of Ontario
Policy, Research and Analytical Skills
• You have advanced policy and analytical skills and demonstrated ability to synthesize complex policy issues
• You have demonstrated ability to undertake historical, comparative, and primary source research in public administration topics
• You have demonstrated capacity for problem-solving, creativity and taking the initiative
• You can view issues from a holistic perspective and work co-operatively in a team environment
• You have a basic understanding of information management policies and requirements, including sound knowledge of formal record-keeping protocols and procedures
• You have experience working with complex databases
• You have demonstrated project management skills
• You have the ability to lead complex enterprise-wide initiatives
• You have demonstrated experience leading cross-functional teams
• You have strong organizational skills to meet timelines and adjust to changes in direction and priorities
• You have strong communication and interpersonal skills to work with multiple partners and senior officials in a fast-paced environment
• You have advanced written and verbal skills to prepare/present policy/research briefing materials
• You have excellent judgment and superior diplomacy skills
• You have superior relationship management skills to work with multiple partners in a high-pressure environment
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a satisfactory criminal reference check prior to the commencement of employment.
Please submit your cover letter and résumé in one document in PDF or Word format (named according to the format "FirstName LastName" and not exceeding five pages), quoting "Machinery of Government Policy Advisor" and Job ID 161380 (File CO-50-20-21) in the subject line, by Friday, March 12, 2021, to: Cab.Jobs@ontario.ca
Please indicate in your application where you heard about this vacancy.
Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you require accommodation to participate in the recruitment process, please let us know.
Application Deadline: March,12,2021
Private Sector Records Archivist
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Location: Fredericton, New Brunswick
Compensation: PB04 $49,374 to $69,056 per annum
Located in beautiful Fredericton, New Brunswick, the Provincial Archives collects and preserves the documents of the people, institutions and government of the province.
Finance and Treasury Board is seeking a Private Sector Records Archivist to join the team at the Provincial Archives in Fredericton.
Successful candidates will be skilled, agile, outcomes-focused, and highly-motivated with a demonstrated interest in the acquisition, accessibility, awareness, and preservation of the province's documentary heritage. These positions will focus on client and donor engagement, creating research collaborations and community partnerships, and the dissemination of analogue and digital archival content. They will engage with internal and external stakeholders to capture information and data as evidence of past initiatives and will process such records, making them available to inform present day and future planning, publishing, decision making, exposition, education, and life-long learning. Mentoring and instruction are key to fulfilling the Archives' mandate and these positions will be heavily involved in developing and executing such strategies. Candidates will need to demonstrate research experience, proficiency in archival principles, and adroitness in working with a diverse clientele. Adeptness with a variety of technologies will facilitate a candidate's success in these positions. These positions will contribute to a center of expertise in the province.
Essential duties will include public speaking in both official languages, creation of exhibits, trouble-shooting issues characteristic of legacy systems, assessing and devising research strategies, project planning, proposal writing, acquisition, arrangement and description of archival material, and participating in public events connected to the Archives. Analysis and decision making based on knowledge of the history of the province, stakeholder needs, and archival theory and practice, constitute the essence of this position. Design and application for project funding along with the supervision of contract and project positions generated by such grants will be a regular occurrence in this position.
Some work outside normal work hours may be required.
Preference may be given to candidates that have:
The successful candidate will possess the following behavioural competencies:
The successful candidate will possess the following technical competencies:
Please apply online at https://www.ere.gnb.ca/competition.aspx?
Job Poster: 86589542_panb_private_sector_archivist_pb4.pdf
Application Deadline: March 3, 2021
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives
Location: Arnprior, Ontario, in the Ottawa Valley, close to Ottawa
Compensation: $25-$30/hr (no benefits),12 month renewable contract, 21 hr/wk (flexible)
We are a non-profit, charitable organization serving local and world-wide clients, the Town of Arnprior and the Township of Arnprior/Braeside, with a facility in the lower level of the Arnprior Public Library. We have been open to the public for more than 25 years, have a good volunteer cohort, municipal support, and considerable digitization and internet presence. We have been noted by AAO as a model, rural/small town community archives.
Reporting to the Board of Management of the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives (AMBA), a non-profit, charitable organization, the Archivist provides leadership in all archives services and collaborates with volunteers. Services include identification, acquisition, description, preservation and provision of access to holdings, in house and online, related to the history of the Town of Arnprior and the Township of McNab/Braeside.
Responsibilities may include:
The AMBA is committed to achieving an inclusive and diverse workplace. The AMBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, colour, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
How to Apply
Submit a resumé with a cover letter (MS Word or pdf format) by February 28 2021, ATTN: Irene Robillard
or by Mail
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives
21B Madawaska Street Arnprior, Ontario K7S 1R6
Application Webpage (URL): https://www.adarchives.org/
Application Deadline: February 28, 2021
Job Poster: 86589542_amba_archivist_job_posting_2021.pdf
Government Records Archivist
Location: Whitehorse, Yukon
Compensation: $80,913.00 - $93,848.00 er year
Yukon Archives has a challenging and rewarding career opportunity for candidates interested in applying their in-depth records knowledge and archival expertise to manage the Yukon Archives government records program for acquiring, preserving, and providing access to the territory's documentary heritage.
Yukon Archives is a program of the Government of Yukon, one of Canada's top 100 employers (https://content.eluta.ca/top-employer-yukon-government), recognized for its fantastic health and leave benefits, community involvement, opportunities for training and skills development, and more.
The Archives is located in Whitehorse, Yukon's capital. Whitehorse is known as "The Wilderness City" and offers amazing year-round cultural and recreational activities; great shops, restaurants and facilities; and air access to many centres.
Description and Duties
As a Government Records Archivist, you will apply corporate and institutional policies in order to acquire, appraise, arrange, and describe records that are evidence of government actions and decisions. Working collaboratively with co-workers, you will enhance access to records of historical significance to researchers representing diverse interests and communities. You will also work with government corporate and departmental information management staff on a variety of projects involving government-wide initiatives such as digital records management. You will have opportunities to participate in reference and outreach activities, and to engage with record creators and research communities.
Please view the job ad https://yukongovernment.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/26610 on the Government of Yukon's website.
For more information about this position, please contact David Schlosser, Territorial Archivist at email@example.com or (867) 667-5275.
Please submit your resume clearly demonstrating how you meet the qualifications. Please note selection for further consideration will be based solely on the information you provide in your resume.
Application Webpage: https://yukongovernment.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/26610
Application Deadline: Competition closes February 22, 2021.
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