Archives Technician, National Park Service (Tallahassee)

22 Jan 2020 2:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The purpose of this position is to assist in the organization and maintenance of archeological project document collections. The incumbent is responsible for a broad range of functions, including accessioning, arranging, preserving, and providing reference services for and disposition of these documents. Catalogs and indexes a large variety of materials. Examines for content, and identifies and selects significant concepts and characteristics to be recorded for use in automated retrieval. Recognizes the need for cross referencing related fields. Determines locations and subjects for additional level of coding for source materials. This involves identifying various buildings or areas within parks, utilizing many reference sources (e.g., maps, atlases, reports), and consulting with professional staff as necessary. Anticipates long and short term user requirements in making indexing choices. Uses the automated cataloging system (ICMS or its successor) and procedures to catalog and manage archival collections. Enters data into systems. Assists in the preparation of finding aids. Ensures proper maintenance, storage, control, and record management of materials. Determines proper plans for arranging/rearranging materials within space limitations.

$43,251 to $56,222 per year
Temporary - NTE 1 year


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