Council of Archives New Brunswick
Location: New Brunswick, see below
Compensation: Base salary is $45,000 but will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Benefit options can be discussed with the successful candidate.
The Council of Archives New Brunswick (CANB) seeks a dynamic, organized, bilingual archives professional who believes in the importance of archives and will assist the organization to deliver its vital services to the archival community in New Brunswick.
CANB is a membership‐based association of 50+ archives and archivists throughout New Brunswick. CANB supports our members to strive for archival excellence in the care and use of New Brunswick's documentary heritage. CANB advances the work of archives through educational, advisory and networking services. CANB’s focus areas are currently: renewing educational opportunities; improving member engagement/participation; increasing external visibility; and diversifying archival descriptive content. We also maintain and oversee the AtoM descriptions database and funding opportunities for members.
Under the direct supervision of the CANB President, and the general supervision of the CANB Executive, the Archives Advisor coordinates and delivers archival training and outreach opportunities and provides archival advisory services for member archives through site visits, global preservation assessments and responding to inquiries. The Archives Advisor also manages and delivers a suite of membership related services including maintaining the CANB website, online databases, and managing the CANB social media accounts. The Archives Advisor assists CANB committees, as directed by the Executive. The Archives Advisor remains current in archival practice through attending conferences and participation in professional networks and associations. The Archives Advisor may, at the direction of the Executive, represent the CANB on various sector‐related committees; lead projects; and perform other related duties. The Archives Advisor is also responsible for planning and hosting the Annual General Meeting and monitors and follows up on grant opportunities.
CANB encourages applications from racially visible persons, persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons and persons of the LGBTQ+ community; please self‐identify in your cover‐letter.
Education and experience commensurate with one of the following:
Le Conseil des archives du Nouveau-Brunswick (CANB) recherche un(e) professionnel(le) des archives dynamique, organisé et bilingue qui croit en l'importance des archives et aidera l'organisation à fournir ses services essentiels à la communauté archivistique du Nouveau-Brunswick.
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