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Archivist, Local History Digitization Project, Millis Public Library

The Millis Public Library seeks candidates for a 12-month, part-time Archivist who will be responsible for the processing and digitizing items from the library’s local history collection. Schedule is 10-15 hours per week and is flexible within normal business hours. This is a grant-funded position that reports to the Library Director. 

Duties Include:
• Manage digitization process of selected items in the library’s Local History collections
• Process records to archival standards and perform basic preservation functions when necessary
• Improve digital access to collections through appropriate application of standards
• Provide content for website, blog, and social media
• Train and manage volunteers
• Identify opportunities for future projects
• Submit reports as requested by Library Director
• Carry out other duties as assigned


• MLS or MLS Student
• Concentration in Archives Management OR Cultural Heritage
• Completion of the following courses:
LIS 415: Information Organization
LIS 439 Preservation Management OR 448 Digital Stewardship
• Knowledge of digitization, library catalog systems, computer hardware, and software
• Familiarity with the OAIS Reference Model
• Familiarity with intellectual property rights

Full/Part Time

Part Time





Closing Date

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Kim Tolson, Library Director at
Position open until filled. No phone calls.


2018-03-05 |  Quick link to this job