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Records and Archive Analyst (Young Canada Works), Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia Deadline: November 16. 2021

3 Nov 2021 3:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Records and Archive Analyst (Young Canada Works)
Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia

Location: Victoria, British Columbia   
Compensation:  $27.31

The Land Title & Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA) is a publicly accountable, statutory corporation that manages BC's land title and survey systems. These systems provide the foundation for all real property business and ownership in the province.

We offer meaningful work in the public interest. The LTSA gives high priority to preserving the extensive collection of historic land title and survey records. Land records of various types dating from the earliest days of BC's settlement to the present are in the LTSA's care. The records exist in a range of formats, including historic records in original paper form, microfilm copies, and electronic records. All of the original records held by the LTSA are useful for retracing historic land ownership and researching complex property boundary issues. These historic records are used by LTSA staff, lawyers, notaries and land surveyors to conduct their day-to-day business, and are also of interest to historians, First Nations, genealogists and environmental researchers. Much of the information in the LTSA's historical records are not accessible elsewhere and, therefore, protection of these records are critical.

We offer an innovative, customer-centric culture: The LTSA recognizes the significant value of the historic records in its care and is committed to enabling broader access to these records through a multi-year project to preserve and digitize the original paper versions. Since 2005, we have invested over $17M to ensure these records are available for the benefit of all British Columbians for generations to come.

Description and Duties    

What you'll do:

- Identify and research records of Indigenous interests using various technologies, e.g. DocuWare,
- Microfilm Readers, Infolinx.
- Inventory records of Indigenous interest, using various software, e.g. MS Excel, MS Access, Infolinx.
- Consult with internal and external stakeholders to determine records of Indigenous interest, including business and recordkeeping requirements.
- Develop internal and external procedural and process documentation to direct recordkeeping processes and aid with user access to records.
- Develop training materials or instructional resources to direct recordkeeping processes and aid with user access to records.
- Deliver training to staff and stakeholders on recordkeeping process, record access processes, etc.
- Coordinate and collaborate with Indigenous stakeholders to improve direct access to LTSA's historical records through the indigenization of knowledge organization.
- Conduct research into Indigenous Knowledge Organization and develop recommendations/best practice guidance for the LTSA.
- In consultation with Indigenous stakeholders, develop vocabularies, finding aids, research guides and training materials to aid in the search and retrieval of records of interest to Indigenous stakeholders.
Qualifications    We encourage you to apply if you have:

Education and Experience

- Graduate degree in archival studies from a Canadian university (MAS and/or MLIS) preferred OR graduate degree in a relevant field, e.g., anthropology, economics, history, Indigenous studies, or other social sciences.
- Experience working or volunteering with Indigenous organizations and communities

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

- Various research methods
- Archival and records management theory and best practices
- Data management and inter-relational data systems
- User centered design
- Documenting archives practices and procedures
- Drafting and delivering communications and presentations
- Customer service and communication
- Stakeholder consultation
- Working with a team and developing partnerships
- Write and communicate clearly
- Make informed decisions based upon a reasonable amount of research and data

Additional Information: This is a temporary internship until the end of March, 2022. This position is included in the BCGEU bargaining unit. Candidates must meet Youth Canada Works Eligibility requirements. Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.

How to Apply

Please submit your resumé and a cover letter outlining how you meet the qualifications to Lisa.Poeckert@ltsa.ca by November 16, 2021.

We thank all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for the position; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Application Webpage (URL): https://young-canada-works.canada.ca/Opportunity/ProjectDetails?projectId=14069


Application Deadline: November 16, 2021



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