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  • 25 May 2023 10:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Florida State University Libraries seeks a University Archivist to join a Special Collections & Archives (SCA) division focused on community-engaged collection building, responsible stewardship, and enthusiastic promotion of primary source materials. 

    Learn more about FSU Special Collections & Archives at: 

    For additional information:  


    As a member of the Archives & Manuscripts Program Team reporting to the Director of Archives & Manuscripts, the University Archivist plays a key and collaborative role in stewarding, building, and promoting use of collections documenting the history of Florida State University (FSU), including university records of enduring historical value, faculty papers, and collections documenting University life and culture. 

    In order to ensure a more complete record of the FSU experience, the University Archivist will collaborate with Libraries colleagues, campus partners, student organizations, alumni groups, and community stakeholders in documenting the diverse voices and experiences of students past and present and commit to working with groups who are underrepresented in the Heritage & University Archives. 


    The University Archivist will manage and make accessible archival material in all formats, in collaboration with colleagues in the Special Collections & Archives division (SCA) and throughout FSU Libraries, including: 

    • Managing and executing archival appraisal, selection, preservation, arrangement, and description for Heritage & University Archives collections.

    • Identifying collection development leads and gathering information relevant to acquisition, accessioning, and processing.

    • Participating in group acquisition decisions.

    • Partnering with SCA Transport Team and Digital Archivist in executing acquisition decisions.

    • Performing curatorial tasks with regard to new acquisitions, including:

    • Macro-appraisal and selection as needed.

    • Providing information to accessioning leads.

    • Setting terms and duration of access restrictions.

    • Assessing collections for further processing.

    • Accessioning acquisitions according to archival best practices, with an emphasis on immediate researcher access and in consideration of SCA resources and priorities.

    • Processing collections and planning processing in accordance with archival best practices.


    The University Archivist will collaborate with SCA colleagues to actively promote use and engagement with SCA collections, including contributions to: 

    • Research and reference services, such as managing reference requests, performing research consultations, and staffing SCA reading rooms 

    • Outreach activities, such as events, exhibits, and weblog 

    • Instruction services, including planning and facilitating class visits, and online research guides and tutorials 


    The University Archivist will participate in Libraries and FSU governance and perform service to the University, the public, and the archival profession, including: 

    • Serving as a member of appropriate FSU Libraries, SCA, and University teams, working groups, and committees.

    • Contributing to the development of SCA policies and workflows.

    • Supervising part-time staff and student assistants.

    • Service to professional organizations such as Society of American Archivists and Society of Florida Archivists.


    The University Archivist will devote time to research, scholarly activity, and professional development, including: 

    • Staying informed on developments in archival scholarship, best practices, and standards.

    • Developing, writing, and presenting scholarly outputs such as articles, books, book reviews, blogs, papers, and poster sessions.

    • Attending conferences, seminars, workshops, and training sessions.

    • Identifying and pursuing grant opportunities that strategically support the work of SCA.


    Master’s degree in library and information science from a program accredited by the American Library Association, with an emphasis on archival work, or other relevant master’s degree. 

    • Demonstrated experience processing archival records, personal papers, and/or manuscripts in digital and non-digital formats. 

    • Evidence of successful project management. 

    • Experience applying principles and standards relating to processing and management of college or university records.

    • Record of successful performance of duties in prior job(s) 

    • Knowledge of best practices and emerging trends in archival administration, preservation, description, instruction, and outreach.  

    • Broad understanding of archival related activities in an academic research library setting. 

    • Ability to handle library and archival materials, in all formats, with sound judgment regarding care and access to historical items.

    • Ability to think creatively and problem solve. 

    • Ability to plan, coordinate, and implement effective programs, complex projects, and services. 

    • Ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally. 

    • Ability to take initiative and work independently and collaboratively. 

    • Ability to relate to users at a variety of educational levels. 

    • Ability to work independently and as a member of a group in a changing environment. 

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience working with institutional records in college or university archives. 

    • Demonstrated experience developing functional processing workflows for a variety of archival materials and artifacts. 

    • Experience using the ArchivesSpace archival content management system 

    • Experience writing, obtaining, and managing grants. 

    • Knowledge of principles, practices, and trends in historical scholarship, methodology, and the use of sources. 

    • Knowledge of Florida State University history. 

    Contact Info

    If you have questions about this position please email

    University Information

    One of the nation's elite research universities, Florida State University preserves, expands, and disseminates knowledge in the sciences, technology, arts, humanities, and professions, while embracing a philosophy of learning strongly rooted in the traditions of the liberal arts and critical thinking. Founded in 1851, Florida State University is the oldest continuous site of higher education in Florida. FSU is a community steeped in tradition that fosters research, encourages creativity, and embraces diversity. At FSU, there’s the excitement of being part of a vibrant academic and professional community, surrounded by people whose ideas are shaping tomorrow’s news!

    Learn more about our university and campuses. 

    Anticipated Salary Range

    This position has a minimum starting salary of $57,000; commensurate with education and experience. 

    Mentoring, the opportunity to work on cross-functional teams and committees, and professional development funding is provided. 

    FSU Total Rewards

    FSU offers a robust Total Rewards package. Visit our website to learn more about our Compensation, Benefits, Wellness, Recognition, and Employee Development programs.

    Use our interactive tool to calculate Total Compensation options based on potential salary, benefits and retirement contributions, earned leave, and other employment-related perks.

    How To Apply

    If qualified and interested in a specific Faculty job opening as advertised, apply to Florida State University at If you are a current FSU employee, apply via myFSU > Self Service.

    Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include education details even if attaching a Vita.

    Faculty Information

    This is a non-tenure track faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Librarian.


    This is a Faculty position.
    This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check.

    Equal Employment Opportunity

    FSU is an Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. 

  • 29 Mar 2023 3:22 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salary: $50,294.40 - $62,878.40 Annually

    Location: Boynton Beach, FL

    Job Type: Full Time

    Department: Library

    Job Number: 2023-0327

    Closing: 4/7/2023 11:59 PM Eastern

    Link to apply:

    Purpose of Classification

    The purpose of this classification is to perform mid-level professional library work, including supervision of daily subdivision operations; participation in the planning and implementation process; monitoring of library service programs; assisting patrons; selecting and recommending materials for collection; determining patron informational needs; searching electronic databases; and creating reports.

    Essential Functions

    The following duties and functions, as outlined herein, are intended to be representative of the type of tasks performed within this classification.  They are not listed in any order of importance.  The omission of specific statements of the duties or functions does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification.  Other duties may be required and assigned.

    • Advises individuals seeking information.
    • Compiles bibliographies and assembles materials on special/timely topics.
    • Compiles statistical reports for variety of library services.
    • Develops, evaluates and monitors library materials for collection; reviews and recommends books and non-book selections for collection based upon national and local collection development standards.
    • Dispenses appropriate information to management.
    • Handles monies from sale of items and/or the printing jobs for patrons.
    • Participates in the goal setting, planning and budgeting process; participates in the planning, development and design for displays and exhibits.
    • Performs research and evaluates the relevance of information as related to patron informational needs; provides reference/research assistance to patrons by answering specific questions either in person or by telephone.
    • Plans, coordinates and implements library programs.
    • Provides bibliographic instruction to the public.
    • Provides telephone service by answering questions dealing with programs, services and the collection.
    • Searches databases for interlibrary loan information and evaluates the appropriateness of material to meet public needs.
    • Supervises, directs and evaluates assigned staff, processes employee concerns and problems, directs work, counsels, disciplines and completes employee performance appraisals;  monitors and evaluates volunteer program; trains volunteers; and monitors and coordinates staff for seasonal programming.
    • Uses the Internet and other electronic resource databases to access/retrieve information; advises and instructs patrons in the use of the Internet and other electronic databases.
    • Collaborates with library colleagues on grant project development and proposal writing.
    • Serves on appropriate committees and represents the Library in the community, as appropriate. 
    • Keeps abreast of national developments.
    • Develops, implements, and monitors standard operational procedures concerning the care of special collections in accordance with national library, archival, and preservation standards.
    • Manages Local History and Archives Department collection, including processing, cataloging, preserving, and otherwise caring for collections.
    • Describes, classifies, arranges and preserves books, other printed materials, artifacts, recorded audio, motion pictures, art, antiques, maps and other archival content. 
    • Catalogs collections and tracks archival collection donations and loans by using specialized computer software.
    • Publicizes and expands awareness regarding the use of the Library Archives. 
    • Sets up digital preservation of historic photographs, documents and newspapers onto stable media in order to preserve the informational content.
    • Participates in oral history documentation and historic reproduction programs. 
    • Retrieves items from the collection for use by patrons, ensuring due care is taken in handling materials 

    Additional Functions

    • Assigns typing rooms, quiet study room, tutoring rooms, word processing and Internet computer to patrons based upon individual needs.
    • Troubleshoots copier and other equipment problems.
    • Performs other related duties as required.

    Communication Competencies

    • The ability to clearly communicate Department and City Goals, Policies, Strategic Plans and other key information to employees and peers using multiple communication platforms including e-mail and social media.
    • Effectively communicates with supervisor, employees, other departments, contractors, companies, vendors, outside agencies, the public, and other individuals as needed to coordinate work activities, review status of work, exchange information, or resolve problems.
    • Accurately and expeditiously responds to inquiries for information from various individuals.
    • Ability to prepare accurate and thorough written records and reports.
    • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions and to complete assigned tasks with minimal direction.
    • Ability to understand and quickly and accurately follow brief oral and written instructions on moderately complex matters.

    Minimum Qualifications 

    • Master's degree in Library and Information Science, from an ALA accredited university or college; supplemented by one (1) year of previous experience involving professional library work, which includes experience in the relevant area of assignment. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver's license.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Previous employment in a public library preferred.

    • Three (3) years of relevant library/archives experience
    • Knowledge of current archival standards, practices, and technologies
    • Knowledge of best practices for intellectual and physical control of archival collections
    • Experience providing patrons services in a special collections environment
    • Knowledge of DACS standards; experience with EAD and MARC standards a plus
    • Facility with technical platforms (Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, ArchivesSpace)
    • Grant writing and/or grant administration experience

    Supplemental Information

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • Knowledge of professional library principles, practices and techniques, current literature, trends and developments in the field of library science appropriate to the area of assignment.
    • Knowledge of the field of library science in general and of area of responsibility in particular.
    • Ability to work with the public and library colleagues in a professional manner.
    • Ability to utilize a wide variety of reference, descriptive, statistical and informational resources.
    • Ability to exercise judgment, decisiveness and creativity in frequently changing situations. 
    • Ability to apply principles of influence, such as motivation, incentives, and leadership and to exercise independent judgment in solving problems. 
    • Ability to write in a professional manner, to document events, as required, and to speak to public groups, when required.
    • Ability to operate a computer and basic Office and library programs.  Ability to perform database searches in appropriate subject areas.
    Physical & Sensory Requirements / Environmental Factors 
    Physical Ability:  Tasks require the ability to exert very moderate physical effort in light work, typically involving some combination of stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling, and which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of moderate weight (20 pounds).
    Sensory Requirements: Some tasks require the ability to perceive and discriminate colors or shades of colors, sounds, and visual cues or signals.  Some tasks require the ability to communicate orally.
    Environmental Factors: Essential functions are regularly performed without exposure to adverse environmental conditions.

    Veteran's Preference

    Certain servicemembers and veterans, and the spouses and family members of such servicemembers and veterans, receive preference and priority in the City’s hiring process. Additionally, certain servicemembers may be eligible to receive waivers for postsecondary educational requirements in employment by the City.   

    The City of Boynton Beach, Florida, is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S. C. 12101 et. seq.), the City of Boynton Beach will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.  The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

    A review of this position has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to the performance of fundamental job duties.  All duties and responsibilities are essential job functions and requirements are subject to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.  To perform this job successfully, the incumbent(s) will possess the abilities and aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently.  Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat of significant risk to the health or safety of themselves or others.  Requirements are representative of the minimum level of knowledge, skills, and ability.

  • 28 Mar 2023 12:23 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Plant City Photo Archives and History Center seeks an active community-oriented individual for its Executive Director of this archives/history center. Degree in History, Public History, Museum Studies, Archival Studies, Non-Profit Management, or related field. Position requires research and writing abilities, archival methodology and practices, fundraising and effective administrative and supervisory abilities. Three to five years’ experience required. Full-time position in a small collegial and professional non-profit organization. Annual Salary 36-41K.

    Send inquiries or resumes to: Gil Gott, 106 S. Evers St., Plant City, FL 33563-5412, or email

    Plant City Photo Archives, Inc., is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit Florida corporation located in downtown Plant City, Florida. Its mission is to preserve the history and heritage of the greater Plant City community, East Hillsborough County, and West Central Florida, through the collection and preservation of the area’s historic photographs and documents, and to make these artifacts and their stories accessible to the community.

    Job Description: Executive Director


    The Plant City Photo Archives & History Center (PCPA/Archives) Executive Director collaborates with an engaged board to execute PCPA’s mission and is responsible for daily operations, executing programs and projects, fundraising, developing and maintaining relationships with the local community, and supervising PCPA staff and volunteers. Along with the Curator the Executive Director is responsible for collections curation and programming.

    The Executive Director researches and authors articles and supervises submissions and publications through the Dr. Scotty & Hsiu Huang History Center. 


    • Identify and cultivate new donors, members, and supporters in collaboration with the

    Board of Directors and Committees:

    • Identify grant opportunities and create appropriate proposals for submissions.
    • Coordinate with Membership and Fundraising Committees to develop annual gift giving, memberships, and campaign initiatives.


    • Work closely with the Board and Advisory Council to ensure regular meetings, and guarantee goals are reached or exceeded.
    • Perform necessary administrative duties, develop programs, exhibits, and schedule for all internal and external activities. 
    • Recruit, train, and supervise paid and volunteer staff.

    Community Outreach:

    • Create and maintain close working ties with local City administration, Chamber of Commerce, historical and non-profit organizations, civic clubs, schools, etc.
    • Strategically work to heighten community awareness of the Archives/History Center. 
    • Produce monthly articles for publication, update and maintain the Archives’ website and social media platforms.

    Executive Director Attributes/Qualifications:

    • Degree in history, public history, museum studies, archival studies, non-profit management, or related field. 
    • Enthusiasm for history, preferably Florida/Central Florida/greater Plant City area. 
    • Experience with fundraising, grant writing, and securing public and private funding. 
    • Management experience with a demonstrated ability to delegate tasks, manage change, and resolve conflicts in a collegial, professional non-profit organization. 
    • Experience in historical research and writing. 
    • Effective communication, relationship-building, and public speaking ability. 
    • Proficiency in or willingness to learn:
      • Collection management systems (PastPerfect or similar programs).
      • Google, Microsoft Office 365, Mailchimp, WordPress).
      • Social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram)
      • Strong work ethic and habits with an attention to detail and consistency.
      • Ability to work occasional evening and weekend hours.

    Hours and Compensation:

    Normal operating Hours are Monday – Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 7 :00 p.m. Special events may include additional or weekend hours.

    Salary range: 36-41K

    This is a permanent position that includes a benefits package. PCPA is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, disability status, or other characteristic protected by law.

  • 10 Jan 2023 4:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Sarasota County Department of Libraries and Historical Resources is looking for a full-time Archivist for the Sarasota County History Center, the Department’s one-stop shop for information and records relating to local history and culture.

    The History Center is home to more than 300 archival collections containing historical photographs, maps, architectural drawings, films, oral histories, and the papers of local individuals, families, businesses, and organizations. The collection also includes a reference library and artifacts documenting both the history and prehistory of the region.

    This is a particularly exciting time for the History Center, as we are now in the design phase for developing a brand-new 30,000-square-foot facility to house the collection, plus spaces for research and public programming. We are also looking to ramp up our digitization program to expand public access to our growing collection. Our new Archivist will be very involved in the planning and implementation of both projects.

    Job Description:

    The Archivist works at the nerve center of the History Center’s vast collection, ensuring that all materials are properly cataloged and stored. Just as important, the Archivist also focuses on providing broad public access to the collection through exhibits, outreach, and digitization. Here’s a more specific breakdown of the Archivist’s responsibilities:

    Collections Management

    • Oversees the management of the Sarasota County History Center’s collections, including the accessioning, cataloging, storage, and arrangement and description of artifacts, archival records, books, maps, films, sound recordings, and other research materials.
    • Evaluates prospective donations and existing collections to ensure alignment with the History Center’s collecting strategy and other departmental policies.
    • Monitors the security and environmental suitability of the collection’s storage facilities
    • Maintains accurate records relating to collections, donors, and intellectual property rights
    • Coordinates digitization activities, including selection, scanning, and metadata creation
    • Stays abreast of current trends in the management of archives and collections of historical artifacts.

    Exhibition Design, Planning, and Installation

    • Coordinates the development of new exhibits, including design, research, artifact selection, layout, fabrication, and marketing.
    • Stays abreast of current trends in exhibit design
    • Coordinates exhibit preparation and installation
    • Monitors and rotates exhibits and their components as necessary.

    Customer Service

    • Contributes to educational mission by promoting and encouraging knowledge and appreciation of local history and prehistory through the design of exhibits, publications, public programs, and content for the History Center’s website and social media.
    • Assists with research requests as needed.
    • Contributes to public tours, presentations, and workshops relating to the collection and best practices for preserving historical resources

    Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    About You:

    Minimum Qualifications:  

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Collections Management, Museum Studies, or Public History or job-related field and 2 years job-related experience
    • OR- 6 years professional job-related experience can be substituted at management discretion for the required education.
    • OR- Related professional program/ project management may substitute for the required education at management discretion.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Collections Management, Museum Studies, or Public History, or an MLIS degree, and two years of professional experience directly related to the position.

    Salary: $51, 542.40 - $69,284.80 based on experience

    Please apply at

  • 14 Oct 2022 8:18 AM | Anonymous member

    The Sarasota County Department of Libraries and Historical Resources is looking for an Assistant Manager for the Sarasota County History Center, the Department’s one-stop shop for information and records relating to local history and culture.

    The History Center has two main functions: (1) maintaining an extensive collection of locally significant archival records, photographs, maps, books, artifacts, and archaeological specimens; and (2) administering Sarasota County’s historic preservation programs. The Assistant Manager plays a crucial role in keeping these operations going while ensuring a top-notch customer service experience for the researchers who come in to use the collections.

    This is a particularly exciting time for the History Center, as we are now in the design phase for developing a brand-new 30,000-square-foot facility to house the collection, plus spaces for research and public programming. Our new Assistant Manager will be involved in planning for this new facility and growing the team that will staff it.

    Job Description:

    The Assistant Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the Sarasota County History Center’s public research facility. This employee also supervises assigned staff and coordinates essential staff projects and functions.

    More specifically, this employee will do the following:


    • Oversee the Sarasota County History Center’s public research functions, including fulfilling requests for information and resources and supervising the use and handling of those resources by visitors.
    • Develop, implement, and evaluate special projects, services, and programs.
    • Participate in strategic planning for Historical Resources and the library system.
    • Maintain a current knowledge of best practices for maintaining archives and collections of historical artifacts.
    • Maintain and assist with the implementation of Historical Resources COOP and emergency response plans.
    • Participate in the oversight of historic preservation policies and services.
    • Manage, train, and evaluate assigned staff, and serve as the person in charge when the Manager is not present.
    • Assist with managing the work unit’s budget and make necessary purchases.
    • Prepare periodic reports describing the activities of Historical Resources staff.
    • Serve as the History Center’s Volunteer Coordinator, overseeing volunteer recruitment, placement, and documentation of service.

    Customer Service

    • Develop and implement standards of service that ensure the prompt and efficient resolution of each inquiry by internal and external customers, delivered with the utmost respect and courtesy.
    • Provide research assistance as required.
    • Promote effective communication of information to all internal and external customers.
    • Develop solutions to escalated Customer Service issues.

    Staff Development

    • Ensure training and development of assigned staff.
    • Provide opportunities for continuing professional development of self and others, especially in acquiring relevant understanding and skills.
    • Train, direct, and supervise volunteers as needed. Encourages volunteers to use individual talents to creatively address tasks.

    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    About You

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Services, History, Public History, or a related discipline, and 2 years of related experience.

    Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in a public library or archive.

    Salary: $54,038-$57,000

    Please apply at

  • 04 Oct 2022 8:45 AM | Anonymous member

    Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a National Historic Landmark and accredited museum in Miami, Florida ( The Museum Archivist is responsible for the physical and intellectual management of Vizcaya’s archival collections, which include 2,300 historic architectural drawings and blueprints; 3,000 historic photographs; and 30,000 pieces of historic correspondence. The position is on the Engagement & Cultural Resources Team in the Art & Artifact Stewardship Department, reports to the Director of Art & Artifact Stewardship and from time-to-time may supervise interns.

    Compensation: Vizcaya offers competitive compensation with generous paid leave, retirement benefits, and robust medical and other insurance for full-time employees. Salary will be based on the selected candidate’s experience and skills. The anticipated compensation is approximately $58,000 for someone meeting the requirements of the position to approximately $65,000 for someone exceeding them.

    To apply, and for more information:

  • 20 May 2022 2:52 PM | Anonymous member

    The Coordinator of University Archives will report directly to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives and be part of the Technical Services and Library Systems Department. This position requires a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail. This coordinator will manage the University Archive Collection and coordinate the workflows for processing and use of the materials. The coordinator will supervise and train student assistants as needed.

    1. Coordinate processing and maintenance of the unique collections comprising the University Archives entrusted to UNF’s Special Collections and University Archives.

    2. Assess new collections when offered by UNF departments, faculty, and staff to determine if they fit within the collecting guidelines of the University Archives, recommend actions to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives, and create/execute the proper Deeds of Gift to transfer ownership to Special Collections and University Archives or correspondence to decline the donation.

    3. Process new and existing collections, including arranging the collections according to current best practices, ordering archival supplies for collection storage, re-housing the collection, and assessing preservation needs for individual collection items.

    4. Create finding aids within ArchivesSpace for each collection and create descriptive guides for collections on Special Collection’s LibGuide pages.

    5. Coordinate with Digital Projects and Preservation to have collection digitized, including selecting the most representative items of the collection to feature online, create descriptive terms for metadata creation, and organizing the delivery of collection items for digitization.

    6. Design and create exhibits that highlight University Archives collections both inside the library and in other locations within the UNF and greater Jacksonville community.

    7. Train and supervise OPS students and volunteers working on University Archives projects. Track their hours and report quarterly to the Administrative office as to the hours worked in the department by OPS students.

    8. Manage the use of University Archives by faculty, students, staff, and members of the community. Oversee the Reading Room calendar and set up appointments for use of University Archives. Provide orientation to new users. Maintain research metrics in RefAnalytics.

    9. Administer email requests for facsimiles for remote users. Prepare permissions for use of collection facsimiles in publications, exhibits, films, and other uses.

    10. Provide monthly and annual reports outlining status of on-going projects. Provide status reports to donors regarding collection processing, when requested.

    11. Take part in outreach activities including presentations to students, faculty, and community members, designing handout materials describing collections, and attending community meetings as a representative of UNF University Archives. Determine departments and colleges not currently represented in the University Archives and create focused materials for outreach to those areas.

    12. Contribute to overall success of Special Collections and University Archives, and the UNF Library by performing all other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree and two years of relevant experience; ability to plan, organize, prioritize, and manage time effectively with minimal supervision; excellent written and verbal communications skills.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization; 2-3 years of library related experience; Experience using an Archives Management System such as ArchivesSpace; Ability to lift/move library materials (up to 30 lbs.); Ability to move loaded book trucks or hand carts.

    Anticipated Start Date 08/08/2022

    Application Review Date 06/08/2022

    Point of Contact Information Susie Parks 904-620-2579

    Hiring Official Susan Swiatosz

    Approved Hiring Salary Range $35,568.00 to negotiable


  • 22 Apr 2022 3:21 PM | Anonymous member

    The Revs Institute seeks a Librarian to coordinate the digitization and operations of one of the world’s largest automotive history collections. The Librarian must have strong organization and project management skills and be detail oriented. Experience with library science, digital services, and copyright is highly desirable.

    $55,000 - $61,000 a year

    Click here for more information and to apply.

  • 22 Apr 2022 3:19 PM | Anonymous member

    The Revs Institute seeks a Digital Projects Assistant to assist with processing, digitizing, and creating original metadata for one of the world’s largest automotive history collections. Qualified applicants should have strong organization skills and be detail oriented. Experience with library science, digital services, and/or the nuances of motorsports history is highly desirable. Applicants are encouraged from a variety of backgrounds, including but not limited to libraries, museums, archives, and information technology fields.

    $50,000 - $55,000 a year

    Click here for more information and to apply.

  • 12 Apr 2022 8:31 AM | Anonymous member

    Six-week internship at Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach.

    Stipend of $2,400 and housing in Palm Beach provided.

    Applications due 6 May 2022

    Click here to apply and for more information

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