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Job opportunities

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Sian Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Sian Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 13 Dec 2004 11:06:36 +0000

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The following posts are available at Birmingham City Archives. They are all
fixed term contracts for 2 years. Details and application packs are
available on www.birmingham.gov.uk/jobs or by ringing 0121 464 1111. For an
informal discussion contact Siân Roberts or Paul Hemmings on 0121 303 4217.

Connecting Histories is an innovative and ambitious partnership project led
by Birmingham City Archives with the Universities of Birmingham and Warwick
and Black Pasts, Birmingham Futures. The project aims to increase access to
culturally diverse archive collections, promote their use for supporting
learning and community engagement and increase diversity in the archives
workforce.

 Archivists (3 posts)
 Salary £24,000-£25,407

One of 3 archivists, you will be part of a multidisciplinary team of 9
staff led by a Project Manager. Although your primary role will be
cataloguing archival collections you will also assist with mentoring
positive action trainee archivists and have the opportunity to undertake
outreach and promotional initiatives and contribute to the development of
web-based learning products.
You will be experienced in cataloguing archives using CALM and have
effective interpersonal and team working skills. You will also be committed
to the promotion of culturally diverse histories to enable access, learning
and social justice. These posts  are supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Closing date 6 January 2005. Interviews will be held on 27-28 January 2005.
Posts ref EL 144

Positive Action Trainee Archivists (2 placements)
Training allowance £17, 409 per annum

Birmingham City Council has a programme called ‘Bridges into the Future’.
One of its key objectives is to increase long-term recruitment from Black
and Minority Ethnic communities through the following positive action
initiatives. The Positive Action Traineeships (PAT) are for Black and
Minority Ethnic communities (Section 37 (1) of the Race Relations Act 1976
applies) as these groups are underrepresented in this profession. The
Connecting Histories project includes an opportunity for 2 graduates to act
as Trainee Archivists at Birmingham City Archives. You will work as part of
a multidisciplinary team and will gain experience in all aspects of archive
work including cataloguing, outreach and developing web-based learning
products. As part of your placement you will undertake a professional
qualification in Archives through a distance learning post-graduate
Diploma/MSc and work based training.
You will be enthusiastic about a career in archives and committed to the
promotion of culturally diverse histories to enable access, learning and
social justice. You will also have effective interpersonal skills, ICT
skills and the ability to work as part of a team.  These posts are
supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Closing date 6 January 2005. Interviews will take place on 27-28 January
2005.

Community Access Officer
Salary £24,000-£25,407

 You will be part of a multidisciplinary team led by a Project
Manager. You will lead the outreach and community engagement aspects of the
project, including the development of user and volunteer groups and the
project website. You will also contribute to the production of web-based
learning resources. You will be experienced in undertaking outreach
activities with a diverse range of people and have effective interpersonal,
communication and team working skills. You will be committed to the
promotion of culturally diverse histories to enable access, learning and
social justice. This post is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Closing date 6 January 2005. Interviews will be held on 11 February 2005.

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