Archivist

Archivists acquire, describe and manage documents and other materials that have historical importance for individuals, organisations and government. A large part of their work is related to making information accessible to users, increasingly in digital format. Archives may include books, papers, maps, plans, photographs, prints, films and digital records. Users include researchers, academics, other professional staff and the general public.

Applicable Job Codes

  BCGEU
Job Code 506102
Salary Plan GEU
Bargaining Unit Code 3

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Applicable Job Codes

  BCGEU
Job Code 506107
Salary Plan GEU
Bargaining Unit Code 3

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Applicable Job Codes

  BCGEU
Job Code 506103
Salary Plan GEU
Bargaining Unit Code 3

Salary

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Applicable Job Codes

  BCGEU
Job Code 506104
Salary Plan GEU
Bargaining Unit Code 3

Salary

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