Part-Time Processing Archivist- The African American Episcopal Historical Collection (AAEHC)- Alexandria, VA

Part-Time Processing Archivist for the African American Episcopal Historical Collection (AAEHC)

Virginia Theological Seminary, a graduate school of theology in Alexandria, VA, seeks a part-time (20 hours per week) Part-Time Processing Archivist who will be responsible for assisting with curation of physical and digital exhibitions of items from the collection.

Duties include: Receives, accessions, arranges, describes, and preserves the archival holdings of the AAEHC abiding by standard archival policies and procedures; Assists with AAEHC archives reference services to patrons and coverage of archives hours of operation; Collaborates with staff to produce MARC bibliographic records, finding aids, and collection descriptions of AAEHC archival collections; Participates in coverage of staff rotation of librarian on duty for evening/week-end coverage and provides circulation coverage and/or supervision as assigned. Opens and closes the library building as needed; Performs other duties as assigned by the Archivist for the AAEHC, Seminary Archivist, or Head Librarian.

Desired candidates will have archival training or experience. Preferred candidates should have knowledge of African American history or historiography and familiarity with the Episcopal Church. Successful candidates should have strong computer literacy and excellent organizational and analytical skills required; The ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and ability to work effectively with staff, supervisors, and patrons required.

Candidates are required to have a Bachelor’s Degree and the ability to lift and move archival boxes up to 35 pounds required.

Those interested in applying for this position are invited to submit a resume and a cover letter to https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/index.php?/job/apply&clientkey=9D0C356EF28896A7850373AA24879CC0&job=4761&jpt=

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