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  • 3 Jun 2021 3:56 PM | Deleted user

    Archives and Records Officer

    City of Coquitlam Archives

    Location: Coquitlam, BC

    Compensation: $32.90 – 38.73 per hour (2020 CUPE rates)

    One of BC’s Top Employers, the City of Coquitlam is the sixth largest city in BC, and is home to more than 150,000 residents. Our diverse municipality is a great place to work as it continues to grow through innovative urban design, inspiring arts, culture and recreation programs, and state-of-the-art transportation systems. Our brand is built on managing our resources in a responsible and sustainable manner, while supporting a vibrant, growing regional urban centre. We envision a bright future in Coquitlam that we hope includes you!

    The City of Coquitlam Archives was founded in 2013, with the mandate to preserve and make accessible the records of enduring value of the City of Coquitlam and its predecessor administrative bodies. The Archives also acquires, preserves, and makes accessible the records of businesses, organizations, and private individuals that are of significance to the municipality and deemed worthy of long-term preservation.

    Description and Duties

    Fulfilling the function of a Records Analyst for the City Clerk’s Office on a daily basis, this individual will be instrumental in the City’s Records Management Program and the City Archives Program. This position will assist in these program areas with varying degrees of time with each depending on emerging needs.

    Records Management work will involve maintaining and improving the City’s corporate records management system. Core responsibilities of the records analyst portion of the position will include the following:

    • Training and providing advice to staff on the City’s enterprise document management system (eDOCS);
    • Responding to records questions from City staff;
    • Administering the City’s corporate scanning program;
    • Managing the City’s Records Centre;
    • Ensuring compliance with and updating the City’s records retention schedules;
    • Developing and updating related policies, procedures, user manuals, and guides;
    • Assisting with the profiling, retrieval, and destruction of records;
    • Facilitating the transfer of city records to the Archives.

    As part of the City Clerk’s Office team this position works closely with departments to assist in their understanding of their roles and responsibilities under the City’s decentralized record-keeping structure. This position will also assist the manager in relation to the City’s statutory duties under the British Columbia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

    Responsibilities related to the Archives will include the following:

    • Arranging and describing archival records and creating finding aids in the Archives’ AtoM Portal;
    • Preserving and rehousing archival materials;
    • Providing reference services to City staff, researchers, and members of the public;
    • Assisting with outreach initiatives such as presentations and exhibits;
    • Assisting with digital preservation initiatives, including ingest, integrity checks, migration, and dissemination.

    Qualifications

    Along with possessing excellent communication skills and a solid understanding of the legislation, standards, and policies that govern the work, the preferred candidate will have a Master's Degree in Information Studies or Archival Science or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

    Familiarity with the Local Government Management Association’s (LGMA) Records Manual, OpenText’s eDOCS software suite, AtoM archival management software, Archivematica digital preservation software, and the British Columbia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the federal Copyright Act is preferred.

    Ability to accommodate occasional work outside regular office work hours for the year-end file roll-over process and software testing/upgrades, and events will be required. Ability to lift up to 30 lbs is also required.

    How to Apply

    Please apply online at www.coquitlam.ca/careers by 11:55 pm on June 21, 2021.

    Application Deadline: 11:55 pm (PST) on June 21, 2021


  • 3 Jun 2021 3:50 PM | Deleted user

    Records Management Coordinator

    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 community of vowed women religious. There are residences and business offices in Peterborough and London, Ontario as well as a finance office in Ancaster, Ontario. There is a consolidated archives located in London, Ontario.

    Description and Duties

    The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada is seeking to fill the exciting new 12-month full-time contract position of Records Management Coordinator. The ideal candidate will be attentive to detail, have significant Records Management experience, and be a team player. As the Records Management Coordinator you will work under the direction of the Administrator in our Peterborough location and implement, monitor, and maintain the Corporate Records Management program.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Lead the implementation of the Corporate Records Management Program and help to deliver ongoing training for staff and Sisters.
    • Monitor and maintain the Corporate Records Management program, and provide advice to Sisters and staff regarding active and inactive records.
    • Be a key member of the Records Management Committee and act as liaison between the Committee and the Administrator who will liaise with the Congregational Leadership (CLC) or their designate regarding any changes to the records management program or policy made by the Records Management Committee.
    • Collaborate with the key stakeholders including the CLC, the Treasurer and Director of Finance and Investments, the Congregational Archivist, and the Human Resources Director to ensure the continuing success of the program.
    • Develop, maintain, and ensure the application of the Corporate Integrated Classification System and Retention Schedules. This will include travel to our various locations within Ontario.
    • Provide hands-on support to Sisters/staff in transferring and disposing of records to support the Records Management Program.
    • Monitor new legislation and best practices regarding records management and make recommendations to the CLC or their designate, and to the Records Management Committee.
    • Collaborate with the Congregational Archivist regarding records of enduring value.
    • Tending to various other tasks “as assigned” from time to time.

    Qualifications

    KEY COMPETENCIES

    • A willingness to learn about and understand the Congregation’s activities, ministries, priorities, mission, and values.
    • Demonstration of "presence" and excellent communication skills.
    • Strong records management experience and skills.
    • Understanding of a functional file classification system.
    • Understanding of the records life cycle and retention and disposal schedules.
    • Detail-oriented.
    • Strong analytical skills.
    • Flexible and creative.
    • Ability to maintain a sense of balance no matter how pressured a situation.
    • Confidentiality.

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Preferred: Certified Records Analyst (CRA) or Certified Records Manager (CRM) or completion of a post-secondary degree or diploma in records management, information management, library sciences, archival studies, or management information systems with equivalent experience.
    • 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.

    Additional Information

    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.

    Position Start Date: September 2021

    How to Apply

    Please send resume and cover letter to Dorothy Freymond, Human Resources Coordinator, dfreymond@csjcanada.org

    Application Deadline:  June 27th, 2021 (Note the position will remain open until we find a suitable candidate).

  • 3 Jun 2021 10:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada

    Records Management Coordinator


    Location: Peterborough, Ontario

    Compensation Salary is negotiable


    The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada is a community of vowed women religious. There are residences and business offices in Peterborough and London, Ontario as well as a finance office in Ancaster, Ontario. There is a consolidated archives located in London, Ontario.

    The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada is seeking to fill the exciting new 12-month full-time contract position of Records Management Coordinator.  The ideal candidate will be attentive to detail, have significant Records Management experience, and be a team player. As the Records Management Coordinator you will work under the direction of the Administrator in our Peterborough location and implement, monitor, and maintain the Corporate Records Management program.


    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    * Lead the implementation of the Corporate Records Management Program and help to deliver ongoing training for staff and Sisters.

    * Monitor and maintain the Corporate Records Management program, and provide advice to Sisters and staff regarding active and inactive records.

    * Be a key member of the Records Management Committee and act as liaison between the Committee and the Administrator who will liaise with the Congregational Leadership (CLC) or their designate regarding any changes to the records management program or policy made by the Records Management Committee.

    * Collaborate with the key stakeholders including the CLC, the Treasurer and Director of Finance and Investments, the Congregational Archivist, and the Human Resources Director to ensure the continuing success of the program.

    * Develop, maintain, and ensure the application of the Corporate Integrated Classification System and Retention Schedules. This will include travel to our various locations within Ontario.

    * Provide hands-on support to Sisters/staff in transferring and disposing of records to support the Records Management Program.

    * Monitor new legislation and best practices regarding records management and make recommendations to the CLC or their designate, and to the Records Management Committee.

    * Collaborate with the Congregational Archivist regarding records of enduring value.

    * Tending to various other tasks "as assigned" from time to time.


    KEY COMPETENCIES:

    * A willingness to learn about and understand the Congregation's activities, ministries, priorities, mission, and values.

    * Demonstration of "presence" and excellent communication skills.

    * Strong records management experience and skills.

    * Understanding of a functional file classification system.

    * Understanding of the records life cycle and retention and disposal schedules.

    * Detail-oriented.

    * Strong analytical skills.

    * Flexible and creative.

    * Ability to maintain a sense of balance no matter how pressured a situation.

    * Confidentiality.


    REQUIREMENTS:

    * Preferred: Certified Records Analyst (CRA) or Certified Records Manager (CRM) or completion of a post-secondary degree or diploma in records management, information management, library sciences, archival studies, or management information systems with equivalent experience.

    * 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.

    Additional Information      

    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.

    How to Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Dorothy Freymond, Human Resources Coordinator, dfreymond@csjcanada.org

    86589542_posting_for_records_management_coordinator_amended2.pdf

    Posting Closes: June 27th, 2021 (Note the position will remain open until we find a suitable candidate).

    Position Start Date:  September 2021



  • 20 May 2021 4:51 PM | Deleted user

    Executive Director

    South Peace Regional Archive

    Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta

    Compensation: Salary Range: $45,000 - $60,000

    The South Peace Regional Archives is a non-profit organization dedicated to gathering, preserving, and sharing the historical records within the region, both now and in the future. These records reflect the personal, cultural, social, economic, and political life of the South Peace River Country of Alberta and are in all formats and media, including textual records, maps, plans, drawings, photographs, film and sound recordings. We add value to people’s lives by increasing their understanding and appreciation of the past.

    Description and Duties

    The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors of the South Peace Regional Archives Society, and works with Archives staff and volunteers to help the organization achieve its purpose and financial objectives. The position acts as a “face of the Archives” while also managing the day-to-day operations of the organization.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The position requires a wide range of duties including, but not limited to:

    • Report to the South Peace Regional Archives Society Board and its committees, assisting with the development of their strategic plan, and ensuring its successful implementation
    • Work with municipal funding partners, granting agencies, and other stakeholders to ensure that their objects in supporting the archives are met
    • Act as the “face of the archives,” representing the organization in all external communications
    • Manage a work environment that attracts, retains, and motivates a diverse team of 3-5 staff and 10-20 volunteers to meet the Archives’ objectives
    • Oversee all financial administration and annual operating budget, including completing applications for operational municipal funding and project-based grants

    To view the full job description, visit www.SouthPeaceArchives.org/Careers.

    Qualifications

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    An ideal candidate for this position would clearly demonstrate:

    • Post secondary education in a related field such as Archival Studies, Library Science, History or other relevant discipline. Additional education in business administration would be an asset
    • Strong administrative skills including budgeting, bookkeeping, office systems, and contracts
    • Experience in the financial and administrative management of a heritage or non-profit organization is a strong asset, but not required
    • Proven ability to build and maintain working relationships with community partners, heritage organizations, government agencies, and other stakeholders
    • Excellent communication and marketing skills, with experience in public speaking, grant writing and reporting, social media, and/or professional networking
    • Supervisory and interpersonal skills to motivate staff, volunteers, and members of the public
    • Awareness of the history of Canada, Alberta and the Peace Country, and the political climate and social context in which historical records were created
    • A working knowledge of the major developments, trends, and challenges of the heritage sector
    • Good conflict resolution and negotiation skills
    • A strong aptitude for independent decision making and acting with initiative

    In addition to these qualifications, the successful candidate must:

    • Have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle
    • Be willing and able work some flex time, including evenings and weekends, as required
    • Be willing and able travel for events, meetings, and training
    • Be able to lift 40lbs/18kg (ex. archival boxes) on a regular basis
    • Be legally eligible to work in Canada

    The South Peace Regional Archives is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, new Canadians, and others who may contribute to the diversity of our organization.

    About the City of Grande Prairie

    The City of Grande Prairie is located in Northwestern Alberta, serving as a hub for outlying areas. It is located on Treaty 8 territory, and the ancestral and traditional lands of many Indigenous peoples. At a population of 69,088, Grande Prairie is one of the youngest and fastest growing cities in North America. The South Peace Regional Archives is centrally located in scenic Muskoseepi Park alongside the Grande Prairie Museum and is accessible via driving, public transportation, and a network of walking trails. The region has much to offer visitors and residents, from shopping and entertainment to world-class recreation facilities and activities. Whether you like adventure, learning, or relaxation, Grande Prairie has something for everyone.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates must submit an application (resume and cover letter) via email to Director@SouthPeaceArchives.org no later than 11 June 2021 to be considered for the position. SPRA thanks all candidates for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The anticipated start date for this position is 5 July 2021.

    Application Deadline: 11 June 2021


  • 19 May 2021 3:29 PM | Deleted user

    Archives Reference Assistant

    Yukon Archives

    Location: Whitehorse, Yukon

    Compensation: $64,333.00 - $74,460.00

    At Tourism and Culture, we are a dynamic team of professionals who are dedicated to Yukon’s vibrant tourism, arts, museums, heritage, historic sites, and archival communities and to their contributions to Yukon’s quality of life and prosperity.

    The Yukon Archives mission is to acquire, preserve, and provide access to Yukon’s documentary heritage, for the understanding and appreciation of all. Our mandate for documentary heritage is broad, including archival records from government and private sources and as well as published library materials. Reference services at Yukon Archives are one of the most vital and visible expressions of this purpose and mission.

    Description and Duties

    Reporting to the Reference Archivist, the Archives Reference Assistant applies their understanding of archival and library practices and knowledge of Yukon history to deliver excellent customer service, managing the daily operations of the Reference Service and assisting in-person and distance patrons in accessing archival records and published sources at Yukon Archives.

    The Archives Reference Assistant manages the processing of public reproduction orders of Yukon Archives holdings; identifies needed reference tools for locating resource materials; and supervises the Archives Page.

    Qualifications

    Essential Qualifications

    • Post-secondary coursework in heritage and culture management including archival theory, history, museum studies, anthropology, archaeology, preservation of traditional knowledge, and knowledge management;
    • Experience working in an archives, library, museum, or other heritage or culture institution;
    • Demonstrated experience conducting research using archival, library, and other sources;
    • Excellent customer service experience working with the public;
    • Experience supervising staff is an asset.

    Desired Knowledge, Skills and Suitability

    Candidates should have and may be assessed on:

    • Knowledge of Yukon history and First Nations history;
    • Knowledge of applicable legislation (Archives Act, Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act; Copyright Act);
    • Knowledge of archival theory, records management and access best practices;
    • Attention to detail, organization skills with a commitment to consistency and accuracy;
    • Strong oral and written communication skills;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and customer service skills;
    • Strong computer skills and ability to use different programs and databases, including Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access;
    • Ability to work in a team environment and independently with frequent interruptions;
    • Ability to adapt to changing priorities and take direction from multiple sources;
    • Historical research skills;
    • Supervisory skills.

    Additional Information

    Scheduled Hours of Work: Hours of work are Tuesday to Saturday, including Friday evenings.

    Job Requirements:

    • Ability to work shifts during Yukon Archives’ public hours (including Friday evenings and Saturdays).
    • Requires lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling of boxes up to 12kg and oversized materials, occasionally by stairs.
    • Occasional exposure to dust, dirt, pests, and mold (with protective equipment).

    Relocation: This position is not eligible for paid relocation.

    A hiring preference will apply for qualified candidates of Canadian Aboriginal ancestry, with a priority for qualified Yukon First Nation candidates. This initiative is in support of Yukon government’s goal for a representative public service. For more information on the hiring preference visit www.yukon.ca/hiring-preference.

    This is to fill one (1) full time permanent position, working 75 hours biweekly.

    An eligibility list will be used to fill a one (1) year term position.

    How to Apply

    Please apply online at https://yukon.ca/employment or by using the link below.

    Application Webpage (URL): https://yukongovernment.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/28779


  • 19 May 2021 3:27 PM | Deleted user

    Outreach Archivist Consultant

    MONOVA: Museum and Archives of North Vancouver

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    Compensation: Contract total 10,000.00

    MONOVA: Museum and Archives of North Vancouver is located in North Vancouver. In late 2021 a new Museum is opening in lower Lonsdale and the Archives will remain in Lynn Valley. The Archives preserves and makes accessible public records of historical value created by the City and District municipalities of North Vancouver and private records of individuals, associations and businesses on the north shore.

    Description and Duties

    MONOVA is building an exciting virtual experience to highlight the relationship between museum exhibits and archival sources. We are requesting quotes from Software Contractors and Archival Consultants who have demonstrated experience in digital and outreach activities with cultural heritage organizations. Separate briefs are available for each role, quotes are due by May 31, 2021.

    There is a separate RFQ for the Outreach Archivist Consultant available on the MONOVA About webpage for download.

    Qualifications

    Archival Consultants who have demonstrated experience in digital and outreach activities with cultural heritage organizations.

    How to Apply

    Review and download the RFQ located on the MONOVA About Webpage

    Application Webpage (URL): https://monova.ca/about-the-organization/

    Application Deadline: May 31, 2021


  • 19 May 2021 11:40 AM | Deleted user

    Software Consultant

    MONOVA: Museum and Archives of North Vancouver

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    Compensation: Contract total 25,000.00

    MONOVA: Museum and Archives of North Vancouver is located in North Vancouver. In late 2021 a new Museum is opening in lower Lonsdale and the Archives will remain in Lynn Valley. The Archives preserves and makes accessible public records of historical value created by the City and District municipalities of North Vancouver and private records of individuals, associations and businesses on the north shore.

    Description and Duties

    MONOVA is building an exciting virtual experience to highlight the relationship between museum exhibits and archival sources. We are requesting quotes from Software Contractors and Archival Consultants who have demonstrated experience in digital and outreach activities with cultural heritage organizations. Separate briefs are available for each role, quotes are due by May 31, 2021.

    There is a separate RFQ for the Software Consultant available on the MONOVA About webpage for download.

    Qualifications

    Software Consultants who have demonstrated experience in collections management software for cultural heritage organizations.

    How to Apply

    Review and download the RFQ located on the MONOVA About Webpage

    Application Webpage (URL): https://monova.ca/about-the-organization/

    Application Deadline: May 31, 2021


  • 19 May 2021 11:35 AM | Deleted user

    Digital Archivist Consultant

    MONOVA: Museum and Archives of North Vancouver

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    Compensation: Contract total 15,000.00

    MONOVA: Museum and Archives of North Vancouver is located in North Vancouver. In late 2021 a new Museum is opening in lower Lonsdale and the Archives will remain in Lynn Valley. The Archives preserves and makes accessible public records of historical value created by the City and District municipalities of North Vancouver and private records of individuals, associations and businesses on the north shore.

    Description and Duties

    MONOVA is building an exciting virtual experience to highlight the relationship between museum exhibits and archival sources. We are requesting quotes from Software Contractors and Archival Consultants who have demonstrated experience in digital and outreach activities with cultural heritage organizations. Separate briefs are available for each role, quotes are due by May 31, 2021.

    There is a separate RFQ for the Digital Archivist Consultant available on the MONOVA About webpage for download.

    Qualifications

    Archival Consultants who have demonstrated experience in digital and outreach activities with cultural heritage organizations.

    How to Apply

    Review and download the RFQ located on the MONOVA About Webpage

    Application Webpage (URL): https://monova.ca/about-the-organization/

    Application Deadline: May 31, 2021


  • 18 May 2021 11:42 AM | Deleted user

    Information Science Specialist - Medical

    Clinia

    Location: Montréal, QC

    Compensation: 50 000 - 70 000

    Clinia's mission is to optimize navigation in healthcare and simplify access to the right resources, for the right patient, at the right time.

    We are a dynamic tech start-up that values good coffee, good tea, good laughs and robust user experience. Businesses of all sizes use our suite of tools to make it easier for their users to navigate the Canadian healthcare system. To continue to evolve our product offering and deliver a delightful user experience Clinia is looking for a new all-star member to join the team to build a great medical ontology!

    Description and Duties

    As an Information Science Specialist at Clinia, you will

    • Manage Clinia's medical ontology and all related terms (synonyms, hyponyms, related terms, preferred wording and other identifiers);
    • Actively research multiple health specialties in order to design and expand a database of terms and concepts;
    • Extend the ontology with concepts extracted from multiple sources;
    • Manage client's requests for additions to the ontology;
    • Be responsible for high-level decisions on the structure of the ontology and its management product.

    Specifically, we are looking for a colleague to take over the medical ontology that supports our amazing search engine. Someone who wants to be part of the solution to make it easier to access the right information when searching for health information in Canada.

    Qualifications

    • DEC or BAC in Information Science or related field;
    • Experience in ontology management;
    • A strong capacity for information retrieval and synthesis;
    • Knowledge of hierarchical ontologies and faceted classifications;
    • Be a pro in correlating medical concepts;
    • Have good organizational skills to manage structured information;
    • Be bilingual (English/French);
    • Knowledge in the field of health and/or having worked in the MESH world is a plus!

    If you have other skills that you think would make you a great addition to the team, we are, of course, interested in hearing from you.

    Additional Information

    What we offer:

    • Ownership over your work in a highly collaborative environment
    • High-performance equipment (new MacBook Air) and a workstation adapted to your needs (all team members have their own stand-up desk);
    • Flexible hours: free to work the hours you are most productive (we sleep in sometimes too);
    • Work-from-home schedules;
    • Camélia Sinensis tea bar and Montreal roasted coffee specially delivered to the office every week;
    • 24/7 direct access to an online doctor for you and your partner through our partner (and client) Dialogue;
    • Team buildings, 5@7, and team activities (virtual for now).

    Do you have the motivation, focus and entrepreneurial spirit to meet this challenge?

    We're looking for someone like you!

    How to Apply

    Apply on our Job Board (https://cliniahealth.humi.ca/job-board/recherches/4824) or send us you application at talent@clinia.com.

    Application Deadline: June 1st 2021


  • 17 May 2021 11:22 AM | Deleted user

    Media Librarian (English Services) - TOR07850

    CBC/Radio-Canada

    Location: Toronto, Ontario

    Compensation: To be discussed

    Description and Duties

    Job Family: Media Production

    Status of Employment: Temporary, Full-time

    Please note: this is a full-time temporary position for approximately16 weeks.

    What it’s like working at CBC/Radio-Canada

    At CBC/Radio-Canada, we create content that informs, entertains and connects Canadians on multiple platforms. Our successes and accomplishments are driven by embodying and upholding values, which include creativity, integrity, inclusiveness and relevance.

    Do you think you have the ability and drive to keep up with this exciting, ever-changing industry? Whether it be in front of the camera, on air, online or behind the scenes, you would be joining a team that thrives on making connections and telling stories that are important to Canadians.

    Your Role

    Content Management and Preservation is seeking a Media Librarian to support the work of its clients in content production, presentation and preservation. You will provide library and information services to facilitate access and retrieval of media assets in our various production and preservation systems. You will also be employing your skills as an information professional in cataloguing CBC’s content in accordance with CBC’s corporate and departmental standards and policies. Work is governed by CBC programming and journalistic policies as well as various agreements governing the possible use of these materials.

    Key Tasks:

    • Accurately summarize audio/video content.
    • Catalogue and classify content using metadata standards and controlled vocabularies.
    • Prepare detailed summaries of the content of programs and/or library holdings.
    • Provide program material and/or research information on-demand and assist Producers, Researchers, on-air personnel and others in the selection of material and the use of the library.
    • Advise program production personnel on the availability of broadcast materials and assists them in obtaining materials.
    • Research information using local resources.
    • Screen broadcast material and select stock footage, prepare shot lists.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    We are looking for a candidate with the following:

    • Graduate degree from an accredited library school or equivalent education and experience
    • A Master’s degree in Library Science is considered an asset.
    • 1 year of comparable and relevant experience.
    • Knowledge of metadata standards, subject analysis and controlled vocabularies.
    • Knowledge of or experience cataloging digital collections.
    • Technical knowledge of recording media is an asset.
    • Understanding of file-based production workflows, systems and tools is an asset.
    • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
    • Ability to work without supervision.
    • Strong interpersonal skills working in a team environment.
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented.
    • Self-motivated and self-sufficient.
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
    • Ability and willingness to work overtime, evenings, early mornings, weekends and/or holidays when required.
    • Knowledge of CBC/Radio-Canada programming is an asset.

    Candidates may be subject to skills and knowledge testing.

    If this sounds interesting, please apply online! We thank all applicants for their interest, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

    CBC/Radio-Canada is committed to being a leader in reflecting our country’s diversity. That’s because we can only create and tell the stories that connect Canadians, by having a workforce that mirrors the ever-changing makeup of our country. That’s why we, as an employer, value equal opportunity and nurture an inclusive workplace where our individual differences are not only recognized and valued, but also extend to and pervade all the services we provide as Canada’s public broadcaster. For more information, visit the Diversity and Inclusion

    section of our website. If you have accommodation needs at this stage of the recruitment process, please inform us as soon as possible by sending an e-mail to recruitment@cbc.ca

    You are invited to consult and familiarize yourself with our Code of Conduct, which can be found on our corporate website. All employees must adhere to the Code as a condition of employment. We also invite you to take a look at our policy on conflicts of interest. In the event that you become an employee, it will be important to inform us, as quickly as possible, of any situation that, because of your hiring, constitutes or could appear to constitute a conflict of interest.

    Wherever in the wording of the job description either gender is used, it shall be understood to include all genders.

    How to Apply 

    Please apply online at: https://rita.illicohodes.com/go/609980fffaf3f820d4c91c45/6092e9cbfaf3f8052221daf2/en

    Application Deadline: June 15, 2021


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