The Archivist is responsible for all aspects of Northwest Kidney Centers historical archives and dialysis museum. The archives’ mission is to preserve, organize and share information about developments in kidney patient care, education and research by our organization – the first out-of-hospital dialysis provider in the world – and others with whom we work.
Master’s degree in archives management, information science or related field, or certified archivist certificate.
5 + years of progressive experience in an archives, library or museum, especially records management and outreach.
Knowledge of archives theory and practice.
Excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills.
Accuracy and attention to detail.
Ability to meet deadlines while juggling multiple projects.
Required software skills: Experience with archives software and Encoded Archival Description standards. Expertise with MS Office.
Preferred: familiarity with searchable finding aids and online databases, XML, The Dublin Core 15 element standard and MARC records.
Master's degree in archives management, information science or related field, or certified archivist certificate. 5+ years of progressive
experience in an archives, library or museum.
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Our benefits include
- Paid training
- Medical and dental coverage
- Life insurance
- 401(k) plan
- Paid time off
- Annual Employee Appreciation Week