Job Posts in CanadaPosted: October 22, 2014 | |
Media Librarian (French Services), CBC, Quebec City
Reporting to the Manager, Gathering and Deployment, you will select, analyze, index, preserve, research and manage audio and visual documents in accordance with the accepted rules and principles of library and information sciences, as well as with Corporation standards and policies.
Copyright Support Specialist, York University, Toronto
Reporting to the Director eServices, this position provides support to faculty, staff and students on matters related to copyright compliance and obtaining copyright permissions. This role assists in the administration and maintenance of copyright licences for use of third party materials in on-campus course materials, online, blended or experiential learning courses offered at York University. This role liaises with faculty, library staff, external rights holders and publishers to verify copyright information, obtain appropriate permissions, acts as a resource to the York community and aids in the administration of the eLearning Services unit.
Curatorial Assistant, City of Markham, ON
Applications are now being accepted on line at http://www.markham.ca for the Curatotial Collections Assistant position in the Museum, Culture Services Department, Community and Fire Services Commission at http://www.markham.ca. To qualify for this position, applicants must be a current student who is registered with and meets the eligibility requirements of Young Canada Works.
The role of the Curatorial Collections Assistant within the Markham Museum is to assist with the day to day curatorial tasks. The curatorial function develops, manages and documents collections, and conceptualizes and develops exhibitions.
This is a short term contract to assist with development of complimentary materials for an exhibition opening in mid-January 2015 on the theme of immigration. Contract is for 180 hours and is to be completed by December 31, 2014.
Metadata Specialist, University of Calgary Libraries
Libraries and Cultural Resources is a uniquely varied environment for a metadata specialist, including an ARL library, museum, institutional and research archives, an institutional repository and a university press. Metadata services are provided for all parts of LCR and we are committed to a converged collaborative operation with a focus on enhancing access to digital and primary source collections.