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  • 25 Jan 2023 4:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Records & Information Management Assistant
    BC Hydro

    Location: Edmonds, British Columbia, Canada
    Compensation: $1705.52 - 2043.34    biweekly

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    Providing clean electricity to 4 million customers takes a diverse workforce and that's where you come in. We need your talent to help us build major projects to meet growing demand. To help our customers find clean energy solutions for their homes and businesses and to be ready to respond during storms and outages to keep our system reliable.

    Working for BC Hydro is meaningful. And now, the stakes have been raised as we work towards a solution to climate change while safely providing clean, affordable electricity to our customers.

    We offer a healthy work life balance, training opportunities and career progression. We're proud to be ranked as one of B.C.'s Top Employers and one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers. Join us as we build an even cleaner B.C.

    Description and Duties

    • Responsible for maintaining information in accordance with business requirements ensuring Freedom of Information Act (FOI) and International Standards Organization (ISO) compliance is met.
    • Under the direction of a manager or project team, performs a variety of research and documentation duties such as developing a basic knowledge of issues related to a designated project; researching and identifying potential sources of information; gathering and preparing background information; drafting correspondence and presentations for staff; reviewing information and preparing summaries of reports, studies documents and other material highlighting key project issues.
    • Analyzes, assesses and verifies information for accuracy; issues classification numbers and maintains current version of classification systems. Monitors filing activity to ensure information is correctly indexed and filed; applies retention and scheduling information to records. Guides staff with correspondence distribution.
    • Assesses customers' information management needs are met through the document and records management practices.
    • Provides staff with guidance and ensures information management practices are followed. Identifies, plans and conducts training sessions to staff on the use of electronic and paper information systems and utilization; provides one-on-one coaching/training as required.
    • Oversees central repositories ensuring information signed out is returned, including conducting regular quality checks and audits.
    • Researches, creates and maintains electronic records system information, including scanning and optical character recognition. Maintains an automated information management system.
    • Supports the collection, organization tracking and retrieval and image management of automated and non-automated documents.
    • Acts as the "first-line" gatekeeper of electronic documents and records. Verifies information transitioned as a formal record is correct and in accordance with corporate guidelines.
    • Provides guidance to client organizations regarding preparation of records for off-site transfer; reviews records storage lists for accuracy; arranges for the transfer of physical information to an off-site records facility.
    • Provides technical guidance and assistance to staff to enable them to maintain their websites or web pages; presents formal and informal training and demonstrations; develops and recommends various methods to improve website quality and effectiveness.
    • Performs a variety of website maintenance duties such as: writing, editing, updating, formatting and creates new and revises existing web pages and features.
    • Maintains currency with new or emerging internet/intranet information and technology.
    • Performs duties of a minor nature related to the above duties which do not affect the rating of the job.


    • High School graduation supplemented with records management courses recognized by the Association of Records Managers and Administrators. Advanced working knowledge of inter/intranet related applications such as HTML/SHTML/XHTML, ASP, JavaScript, FTP, CSS, etc.
    • Approximately two years relevant experience within an engineering environment, and a minimum of 1 year experience in website administration that includes a demonstrated applied knowledge of internet technology. Web page creation and coding, editor and authoring software, graphics, scripting languages, website media and management, organizing and control mechanisms.
    • Experience with personal computer, internet/intranet operation and providing customer service in a large complex organization is preferred.
    • Satisfactory performance on the job requires approximately 12 months to acquire additional knowledge/skills necessary to perform full scope of the job.

    This position is affiliated with the Movement of United Professionals union (MoveUP/COPE).

    • 8 full-time temporary (FTT) opportunities available for approximately 1 year.
    • Please note there will be an assessment as part of the selection process.
    • Minimum 1 day per week in the office is required.

    Working Conditions:

    • Occasional travel to Area Offices across the province may be required.
    • May work in warehouses and other storage areas that may be dusty or moldy.
    • Must be able to lift weights up to 40 lbs.
    • Working knowledge of BCH Records Management policies and standards, as well as the PPM Document and Records Management Practice.
    • Technical understanding and working knowledge of SharePoint (HydroShare, PPM Workspace, Supply Chain Workspace) and FileNet Media Space, as well as how to perform searches in PPM and AER FileNet repositories.
    • Ability to take meeting minutes, work collaboratively with project team members and deliver presentations (eg provide SharePoint tips and tricks at project team meetings).

    Please note the following:

    This position does not use: HTML/SHTML/XHTML, ASP Javascript or CSS.
    Web page development is no longer required.
    Any reference to PeopleSoft has been replaced with SAP.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates should submit their applications online at  by Feb. 20, 2023.

    Click here to access the job posting or visit the BC Hydro "Current Opportunities" Careers page to view and apply for jobs.

    • You must use a supported browser, such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari. Your pop up blocker will also need to be disabled for the BC Hydro Careers site.
    • On the BC Hydro Careers site, click on the Apply button in order to complete the steps to apply for this job. Please be sure to update your Candidate Profile with your current resume and include copies of your certifications, if applicable.
    • We're always looking for exceptional people to bring new ideas, fresh thinking and the motivation to help shape the electricity system in B.C. It's an exciting time to be a part of our team as we invest in our system and prepare to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

    Our values guide our work. Want to join us?

    • We are safe.
    • We are here for our customers.
    • We are one team.
    • We include everyone.
    • We act with integrity and respect.
    • We are forward thinking.
    • BC Hydro is an equal opportunity employer.

    We include everyone.

    • We welcome applications from anyone, including members of visible minorities, women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.
    • We are also happy to provide reasonable accommodations throughout the selection process and while working at BC Hydro. If you require support applying online because you are a person with a disability, please contact us at
    • BC Hydro has a COVID-19 Vaccination Policy that requires employees to have a full series of COVID-19 vaccine and provide proof of vaccination on request. This Policy is currently suspended but may resume at BC Hydro's discretion. While the Policy is suspended, all new employees are required to disclose their vaccination status to BC Hydro.

    Flexible work model role definitions


    Our four role types identify the degree of flexibility an employee could have to work from home based on the type of work they do. The flexibility for an individual job is up to the manager for each position and the operational requirements. Employees also have the right to work full-time from the office if they prefer. All of our roles require at least some in-person time.

    IBEW/Field - No option to work from home
    Resident - Works primarily (4+ days per week) in the office.
    Hybrid - May be able to work from home up to 3 days per week.
    Remote - Works from home 4+ days per week

    Application Webpage (URL)

    Application Deadline: Feb. 20, 2023

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  • 25 Jan 2023 2:27 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Archives Clerk
    City of Burnaby

    Location: Burnaby
    Compensation: $4,346 - 4,520 - 4,709 - 4,905 - 5,107/month  (2021 Rates)

    The goal of the City of Burnaby and its employees is to consistently deliver first class service and services to our community. With this in mind, we hire people who share the same passion, those with the drive and determination to grow with and contribute to our already exceptional team. People like you!

    Description and Duties    

    This is technical work involving responsibility for appraising and describing records according to established archival standards. An incumbent of this class prepares a multi-level descriptive inventory of assigned records and related indices using database software and physically prepares documents for archival storage. Considerable independence of judgment and action is exercised in the application of established archival standards and procedures while complex technical problems are referred to a supervisor who reviews work performance in terms of conformance to established procedures and practices.

    An incumbent describes records at the fonds, series and file level; removes staples, paperclips, glue residue and file folders in preparation of materials for storage; labels and stores records according to archival standards; appraises documents according to established retention schedules; identifies items to be purged; provides assistance to patrons and municipal staff in searching archives for specified documents and information. Performs related work as required.


    Qualifications include completion of post-secondary archival training plus sound related experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Considerable knowledge of the Rules for Archival Description and archival storage practices. Ability to appraise and describe archival records; prepare and maintain a variety of indices and files; search archival records for specified documents and information; use software applications related to the work performed (e.g, Archivematica, D/B Textworks or other related softwares). A valid Driver's License for the Province of British Columbia would be considered an asset.
    Please apply online at

    Application Web page (URL)

    Application Deadline: February 2, 2023

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  • 17 Jan 2023 2:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Project Archivist
    The ArQuives: Canada's LGBTQ2+ Archives

    Location: Toronto, Ontario
    Compensation: 26$/h

    Located in Toronto, Ontario, The ArQuives is one of the largest 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.

    Description and Duties   

    The ArQuives seeks a Project Archivist (10-month contract) commencing March 2023.

    Reporting to the Senior Archivist, the Project Archivist is responsible for several discrete processing projects and creating a community exhibition. Responsibilities of the position include appraisal, arrangement, and description of two major collections. Assisting a community partner with an exhibition of their archival material, and creating two online exhibitions with our Omeka platform.

    • Appraisal, arrangement, and description of archival materials
    • Working with community partners to showcase their archival collection
    • Creating two exhibitions with Omeka
    • Other processing duties as required


    • Masters of Information or equivalent;
    • 2 years of experience working with archival collections;
    • Knowledge and understanding of Preservica, Inmagic, Google Suite, Basecamp, and AtoM are an asset;
    • Knowledge and understanding of the LGBTQ2+ communities and history in Canada or experience working with marginalized communities is an asset;
    • The ability to take the initiative and prioritize with strong attention to detail

    The ArQuives has a COVID Vaccine and Safety Policy for all staff, volunteers, and researchers. Proof of vaccination is required for new employees. Any applicants with exemptions due to medical reasons or religious beliefs must submit accommodation requests. Accommodations will be granted where they do not cause undue hardship or pose a direct threat to the health and safety of staff, volunteers, and community members.

    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.
    Application deadline: January 27, 2023

    Estimated start date
    : February 6, 2023

    Hours and Salary: 37.5h/week, $26/h

    Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter as one PDF document to: with "Project Archivist" in the email subject line.

    Application Webpage (URL):


    The Arquives Canada's LGBTQ2+ Archives

  • 16 Jan 2023 12:27 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Archivist and Outreach Coordinator
    Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan

    Location: Regina, Saskatchewan
    Compensation: $30.935 - $38.764 per hour, 36 hour work week

    The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is the provincial agency responsible for acquiring, preserving, and making available government and private records of significance to the history of the province. The Archives is an essential source for research and is exploring new and innovative ways to share information about our services and the valuable resources in our holdings to a wider audience. We are located in beautiful Wascana Park, one of the largest urban parks in Canada, near downtown Regina. Our newly renovated facility offers enticing opportunities to engage with the public and collaborate with colleagues.

    Description and Duties    

    Reporting to the Manager of Reference and Outreach Services, as the Archivist and Outreach Coordinator you will:

    • Play a leadership role in the development of strategic outreach campaigns and tools to engage target audiences;
    • Coordinate the delivery of outreach and educational programming through social media, websites, tours, presentations, exhibits, events, and the media;
    • Evaluate public programming and recommend changes to the approach;
    • Facilitate access and reference services to the Permanent Collection of the Provincial Archives for in-person and distant clientele;
    • Participate in planning, development and implementation of Reference and Outreach Services programs, policies, and procedures.


    You will have knowledge and experience with:

    • Communicating information through various social media platforms and social media management tools;
    • Strategies, tools, and methods for the promotion of heritage resources to the public;
    • Theories, principles, practices and values of archival science;
    • The historic and current social, political, economic, and cultural trends and issues relevant to the history of Saskatchewan and the Canadian West;
    • Legislation relevant to archival records including: The Copyright Act, The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and The Health Information Protection Act;
    • Advanced research methodology, in particular related to research from primary source documents;

    You will have the demonstrated ability to:

    • Communicate with clients to help guide them to appropriate records and services;
    • Engage large audiences, clientele, and the media in outreach programming including interviews, presentations and tours;
    • Verbally, visually and in writing, communicate information to a variety of audiences that persuades, engages, educates, and promotes understanding with others;
    • Plan and execute events and other public programming;
    • Lead, guide and motivate co-workers to get work done in a cooperative environment that takes into consideration priorities, employee workloads and skills;
    • Develop and maintain collaborative relationships and partnerships with colleagues, stakeholders and clients.
    • You must be motivated, flexible, adaptable, and able to prioritize and manage multiple responsibilities in a busy environment while working in a team and independently. You will be welcoming and tactful when delivering services and programming to the public.

    The knowledge and abilities required for this position would typically be gained through a Master's degree in archival/library science, history, or a related social science discipline, plus several years of related work experience.

    Application information

    Please apply online via the Government of Saskatchewan Job website.
    Application Webpage (URL):

    Application Deadline: January 29, 2023

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  • 16 Jan 2023 12:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Records and Elections Coordinator (Temporary)
    Municipality of Clarington

    Location: Bowmanville, Ontario
    Compensation: $91, 531 to $111,257

    Clarington is one of eight municipalities in Durham Region. With a population of 105,000 people and growing, Clarington offers residents a blend of city living and rural charm. The corporation is made up of six departments that report through to the Chief Administrative Officer. The Municipality of Clarington is an equal opportunity employer and a great place to build a career. We value teamwork, diversity and offer an environment where staff can grow and pursue advancement opportunities while making a difference to the community.

    Description and Duties    

    Reporting to the Deputy Clerk, this position is responsible for the effective management of the Corporate Records and Information within the Corporation to support transparency of actions, minimize litigation and risk, ensure regulatory compliance, control costs, improve productivity, and foster professionalism. The Records and Elections Coordinator works in collaboration with the IT Division to develop and manage electronic records management systems. This position also acts as Freedom of Information Coordinator for the Municipality and helps to ensure compliance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) by responding to requests for records, identifying privacy risks, providing training and guidance to staff, and developing appropriate policies and procedures.

    The successful candidate is an exceptionally organized, analytical, skilled project leader who provides expertise in the development, implementation, monitoring, and training for the Records and Information Management program.


    The following responsibilities and duties of this position includes but is not limited to:

    • Managing and administering the Municipality's records and information management program.
    • Conducting records inventories, analyzing, and recommending innovative, efficient, and suitable solutions to improve information management across the organization.
    • Developing and implementing policies and best practices for information management, including overseeing the application of, and recommending revisions to, the Municipality's Records Retention By-law.
    • Maintaining and optimizing electronic document systems, in cooperation with IT, including implementing an environment of sharing digital documents within, and among, departments.
    • Working with departments to ensure efficient and effective application of the records retention schedule, including the destruction of records.
    • Providing user training on records and information management, MFIPPA, and system training in Laserfiche and Versatile.
    • Assisting in performing the statutory duties of "Head" under MFIPPA.
    • Working on special legislative projects assigned from time to time.

    The successful candidate will possess:

    • A Degree in Records and Information Management, Archival Studies, Library Sciences from a three year post secondary education course, or equivalent qualifications in skills and work-related experience to the satisfaction of the Municipal Clerk.
    • More than three years of directly related experience in records and information management theories, principles and practices including classification and retention scheduling, as well as digital records, preferably in a municipal organization.
    • A Certified Records Manager (CRM) designation and/or Records and Information Management (RIM) certification and/or Certified Information Professional (CIP) designation, or willingness to complete, is considered an asset.
    • Proven working knowledge of applicable federal and provincial laws and rules of procedure related to records management, inventory, and retention to ensure regulatory compliance (including MFIPPA).
    • Well-developed project management, analytical, problem-solving, flexibility, research, and organizational skills to coordinate activities of self and others in accordance with established Records Management goals and objectives.
    • Demonstrated experience in training staff of all levels, preferably on software systems, and in preparing training documents, reports, and policies.
    • Excellent communication skills to work effectively with client departments using diplomacy and tact.
    • Knowledge of, and demonstrated ability in, corporate core competencies including customer service, teamwork, initiative/self-management, accountability, flexibility, and adaptability.
    • Ability to travel to off-site locations in a timely and efficient manner, as required.
    • Demonstrated proficiency in SharePoint, Laserfiche, Versatile Professional, or other similar information management applications.
    • Advanced knowledge and experience using Microsoft applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.), SharePoint, and database management.
    • Ability to regularly lift an average of 30 lbs.
    • Must be able to legally work in Canada.

    What we offer you

    • Salary: $91, 531 to $111,257 - Grade 7 of the 2023 Non-Affiliated Salary Administration Program.
    • A comprehensive benefits and pension program to ensure that your total compensation package addresses both your work and life needs.
    • Hours of work: up to a maximum of 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday.
    • The Municipality of Clarington offers flexible work arrangements for eligible roles, where employees are empowered to do their best work in the way that works for them. Currently, this position is eligible for a flexible work arrangement option. Further details on this program will be discussed through the selection process.

    Prior to starting the position, the successful candidate must provide, at their own expense, a current (within the last 180 days) satisfactory criminal reference check, from a Canadian Police Information Centre. Applicants who have been employed with the Municipality within the last year and have provided a criminal reference check within the last 365 days are exempt from providing another criminal reference check.
    How to Apply    

    To view this position and to submit your application online, please visit
    Applications will be accepted until January 26, 2023, at 4:00 p.m.
    This job competition number is File # 03-23
    We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those under consideration will be contacted.


    Applicant information is collected under the authority of The Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of evaluating the applicant. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Director of Legislative Services by calling 905-623-3379.
    Application Webpage (URL):


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  • 12 Jan 2023 7:40 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Archives Manager
    Royal BC Museum and Archives

    Location: Victoria, BC
    Compensation: $75,552 - $86,175

    The Royal BC Museum (RBCM) was established in 1886, making it one of the oldest continually operating museums in Canada. By exploring our human history and natural history, the Royal BC Museum advances new knowledge and understanding of British Columbia, and provides for a dynamic forum for discussion and a place for cultural reflection.

    The RBCM, which includes the provincial archives, is undergoing modernization. Modernization is a complex, transformational process that not only impacts the museum's physical presence and facilities, but also requires the museum team to undergo adaptive and technical organizational changes.

    The Archives department, is responsible for the BC Archives, physical and digital access to access to archival collections, and preservation and conservation services for the Royal BC Museum. The Archives department ensures that the historical records of the province are preserved, managed and made accessible.

    Description and Duties    

    The Archives Manager provides leadership for the BC Archives as well as knowledge and expertise on the collection. The incumbent is an ambassador in the community, creating and nurturing partnerships and connections and developing archives-related programs, projects and services designed to engage existing and new audiences. The position manages and mentors a team of archivists and access staff and oversees all activities associated with public access to the collection.

    The ideal candidate is a strategic thinker and operational implementer with the responsibility to manage a long-term plan for BC Archives, including the move to a new site. The individual keeps up to date on current trends, standards and emerging technologies that will impact archival work and the future of the archives and knows how to incorporate them into planning.  They also require an understanding of both digitized and born-digital records and media.


    The successful candidate must hold a masters degree in Archival Studies or Library & Information Science with a specialty in archives plus three years' experience in an archival organization leading staff.  They must also have knowledge of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, the Copyright Act, and other legislation, policies and procedures related to the collection, use and disclosure of information.

    Please refer to the full job description and selection criteria to ensure your application addresses the areas we will be looking at when assessing suitability for this opportunity.


    Additional Information    

    This position requires Criminal Records Checks under the BC Public Service Screening Policy and the Criminal Records Review Act and all applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada (have Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status).  

    On November 1, 2021 the BC Public Service announced the COVID-19 Vaccination Policy that defines the conditions and expectations for BC Public Service employees regarding vaccination against COVID-19. Among other possible measures, proof of vaccination will be required by November 22, 2021.  It is a term of acceptance of employment that you agree to comply with all vaccination requirements that apply to the public service.  

    Application information

    Please submit your resume and cover letter in PDF format by January 26th, 2023 at 11:59PM with the following subject line: Last Name, First Name, RB2023-04 via email to:

    Application Webpage (URL):

    Application Deadline: January 26th, 2023 at 11:59PM PST

  • 12 Jan 2023 7:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Head Archivist
    Avataq Cultural Institute

    Location: Westmount Office near Atwater metro, Québec
    Compensation: $45,000 to $55,000 per year - Added benefits for JBNQA Beneficiaries
    Working schedule: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (35 hours/week)

    Seeking a HEAD ARCHIVIST for the department of Research, Archives and Documentation of the Avataq Cultural Institute, a non-profit, Inuit organization with its head office in Inukjuak, Nunavik and another office in Montreal. The department is aimed at collecting and making accessible information about Nunavik Inuit culture, history and language for the members of the Inuit community of Nunavik as well as for other publics. The collections of the department include Historical Photographs, Oral Histories, Institutional Archives and a Published Documents Library.

    Description and Duties   

    • Organize and inventory archival collections as well as published material library.
    • Plan, execute and/or supervise work on diverse collections, principally oral history recordings and historical photographs.
    • Supervise the consultation and reproduction of documents.
    • Follow-up contacts with donators of documents and oversee the obtaining of rights of reproduction.
    • Supervise and train employees as required.


    • University or college education in archival or library sciences.
    • Two years of work experience.
    • Candidates who have a practical knowledge of Nunavik and Inuit culture will be given priority.
    • Studies in either history, anthropology or photography.        
    • Social skills adapted to a cross-cultural work environment.
    • Ability to work under pressure.
    • Basic computer skills: FilemakerPro, Photoshop, word processing, Excel.
    • Language of communication at work: strong English a requirement, plus Inuktitut and/or French an asset.
    • Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. AVATAQ is an equal opportunity employer.

      Submit applications to:

      Michel Patry, Office Manager
      4150, Ste-Catherine St. W. suite 360
      Westmount, Québec, H3Z 2Y5
      Fax: 514 989-8789

    Deadline to submit resume:
    January 27, 2023

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  • 12 Jan 2023 7:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Student - Archives Assistant
    City of Thunder Bay

    Location: Thunder Bay, ON
    Compensation:  $20.00/hour

    The City of Thunder Bay Archives, Records and Privacy section is responsible for the City's Archival collection and administers the Records Management and Privacy programs for the City.  Since 1990, we are one of a very few completely integrated Municipal Archives and Records Management programs in the province.  The City Archives preserves, promotes and makes public the City's corporate history.  

    As an equal opportunity employer, the City of Thunder Bay encourages applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minority groups and women.

    Description and Duties    14 week student summer position.  Must be a full-time student and returning to full-time studies in the fall.  Age 16-30.

    Position Summary:

    Performs general archiving and records management duties


    • Indexes archival records
    • Re-boxes archival colour photographs and other documents
    • Scans and indexes archival photographs
    • Researches Thunder Bay history
    • Assists Archives staff with other archival and records management projects


    • Must be a student enrolled in a post-secondary program
    • Preference will be given to those students enrolled in archival or library or information studies, or who have taken a post-secondary course in archival studies

    Skills & Abilities:

    • Familiar with the Rules for Archival Description (RAD)
    • Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
    • Must be highly motivated and work well in team environment
    • Must be able to work with minimal supervision
    • Proficient in the use of computers and current related software and the Internet
    • Must be courteous and tactful in dealing with the public
    • Must be a proficient researcher


    Must take an Oath of Secrecy

    ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS CODE:  It is a contravention of the Human Rights Code of Ontario to discriminate on the basis of: race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, age, record of offences, gender identity or gender expression.  Therefore, a resume submitted to the City must not include references to any of the above characteristics.  Do not include:


    • Any certificates that have photo identification
    • Driver's licences
    • Police records checks
    • Note: The above documentation will be requested by the Human Resources & Corporate Safety Division should you be the successful applicant.  If a Criminal Record Check is required it will be requested by Human Resources should you be the successful applicant.  Please do not submit your Criminal Record Check with your application.

    Reasonable accommodations are available upon request for all parts of the recruitment process.

    Personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, c. 302, as amended, and will be used to determine eligibility for employment. Questions about this collection of personal information should be directed to the Human Resources & Corporate Safety Division, 125 Syndicate Ave Suite 42, Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7E 6H8, Telephone: 625-3866

    Application forms must reference the competition number and be submitted to Human Resources by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.

    If you are offered a position as a summer student, you will be required to show proof of completing a full-time academic year (September to April) in 2022/2023 at a school, college, university or other educational institution. You may also be required to show proof of validity of my driver's licence, professional licences, and/or education when such certification constitutes a job requirement or corporate program requirement.

    Application information
    Apply online by February 13, 2023:

    Application Deadline:  February 13, 2023

  • 4 Jan 2023 9:28 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Archival Technician
    York Region

    Location: Newmarket, Ontario
    Compensation: $36.25 - $39.40 / hour

    The Regional Municipality of York stretches north from Toronto to Lake Simcoe and includes many hectares of protected Greenbelt. York Region's diversity is evident in our nine local municipalities, geography, economic development and population. York Region is committed to strong, caring, safe communities by working together to serve our thriving communities, today and tomorrow.


    Reporting to the Regional Archivist, is responsible for assisting in the operation, maintenance and support of the Regional Archives program; processing, maintaining and ensuring the appropriate storage of archival collections; assisting in assessing, acquiring and describing new acquisitions and deaccessions; conducting reference services and providing retrieval services; researching and preparing archival exhibits and displays; create finding aids for the collections and responding to internal and external requests for historical information.


    • Assists in the development and maintenance of the archival collection by creating finding aids for archival records in the custody of the Regional archives.
    • Maintains the archives collection by proper environmental storage conditions; applies appropriate conservation treatments, such as cleaning, sterilizing, repairing, encapsulating; and other accepted archival procedures and practices.
    • Provides assistance in the appraisal, selection, transfer and deaccessioning of records and materials being acquired by the Regional Archives.
    • Drafts descriptions for archival and special collections.
    • Purges, sorts and re-boxes archival records into appropriate enclosures (e.g. acid-free folders).
    • Arranges, describes and culls documents, materials and special collections according to accepted professional archival standards and practices.
    • Identifies and collects library materials that support the archives program; catalogues materials according to Branch standards.
    • Provides reference and retrieval services to archival users; provides assistance to Regional staff and external researchers (the public) in use and interpretation of archival materials.
    • Performs other duties as assigned, in accordance with Branch and Department objectives.


    • Successful completion of a Community College Diploma in Archival studies or approved equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Minimum three (3) years demonstrated experience in archives,  including online searching, archival arrangement and description and exhibit preparation, preferably in a Corporate archives and/or municipal environment.
    • Knowledge of current archival standards, principles, practices and techniques, including the Rules for Archival Description (RAD) as well as experience arranging and describing archival records according to RAD.
    • Knowledge of basic conservation techniques for the preservation of archival materials.
    • Familiarity with metadata standards (e.g. Dublin Core).
    • Knowledge of and familiarity with Records and Information Management concepts.
    • Knowledge of government guidelines and relevant Standards, Acts and Legislation.
    • General knowledge of issues, practices, technical standards etc., associated with the management and preservation of electronic records.
    • Knowledge of and demonstrated ability in corporate core competencies including customer service, communication, team work, initiative/self management, accountability, flexibility and adaptability.  

    Application information

    Apply on the careers page on our website

    Application Webpage (URL):

    Application Deadline:
      January 18, 2023

  • 4 Jan 2023 8:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dean, Faculty of Information (iSchool)
    University of Toronto

    Location:  Toronto, ON
    Compensation:   $215,000 - $245,000

    The Faculty of Information is a research-led Faculty of more than 600 students, 61 faculty, instructors, and librarians, and 23 staff. The iSchool is educating the next generation of professional and academic leaders in information, communications, and technology and leading the way in shaping these fields through ground-breaking interdisciplinary research and teaching. Innovative undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in Information offer cutting-edge specializations including Archives and Records Management, Culture & Technology, Critical Information Policy Studies, Human-Centered Data Science, Information Systems & Design, Knowledge Management & Information Management, Library & Information Science, and User Experience Design.

    The Master of Museum Studies is unique in Canada and can be combined with a Master of Information, allowing students to gain expertise in the cross-section of these areas. The iSchool is home to the McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology, the Digital Curation Institute, the Identity, Privacy & Security Institute, the Knowledge Media Design Institute, the Technoscience Research Unit, the Critical Making Laboratory and the Artificial Intelligence for Justice Lab.

    Description and Duties    

    The University of Toronto is conducting a search for Dean of the Faculty of Information (iSchool), to take office by July 1, 2023, and invites expressions of interest, applications, and nominations. This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the world's leading information and knowledge management schools that is transforming society through collaboration, innovation, and knowledge creation.

    Reporting to the Vice-President and Provost, the Dean of the Faculty of Information is a member of the senior leadership of the University of Toronto, and provides visionary strategic direction, academic planning leadership, and administrative oversight. As the chief academic and administrative officer, the new Dean will lead the Faculty to further excellence in teaching and research, and work collaboratively with internal and external partners to continue to raise its achievements, reputation, and resources.


     The successful candidate will be an accomplished scholar and administrator with a distinguished record in teaching and research and a firm commitment to excellence, equity, and diversity. As the strategic leader of the iSchool, the new Dean will be a proven academic leader and possess an open and collegial style, a creative approach to problem solving, outstanding management, communication, and interpersonal skills, and a record of building strong teams and engagement with the community.

    The University of Toronto (U of T) is consistently ranked as one of the world's leading institutions of higher learning.  Located in the vibrant and diverse city of Toronto, U of T is consistently ranked among the top 20 universities in the world for teaching, research, and innovation by Times Higher Education, and also leads in disciplinary excellence with top ranked departments in fields ranging from neuroscience to geography to philosophy. The University of Toronto Libraries system is the largest academic library in Canada and is consistently ranked in the top ten among peer institutions in North America.

    The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. In accordance with the AODA, accommodation will be provided to individuals with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, but applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
    The Search Committee will begin considering potential candidates immediately and will continue until the position is successfully filled. Applications (including a letter of interest and curriculum vitae) can be sent to Jessa Chupik or Jason Murray by emailing, or can be submitted through the BIPOC Executive Search mobile app.

    Application Deadline
    :  March 16, 2023

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