We are seeking a detail oriented, collaborative and organized University Records Archivist to join the UCSF Archives and Special Collections team! The University Records Archivist will be responsible for efficiently transferring a backlog of Chancellor/EVCP administrative records dating back 20+ years to the UCSF Archives and Special Collections. This role is responsible for reviewing and appraising materials currently kept in storage to identify records of enduring historical value based on the UC records retention schedule, UC Records Management Policies, and procedures governing the management of university records.
The University Records Archivist will arrange and describe unprocessed materials, create or update finding aids, upload them to the Online Archive of California (OAC), collaborate with the library’s technical services team to create catalog records and update the archives’ website. Additionally, the University Records Archivist will establish workflows for timely transfer of similar records in compliance with records retention schedules, legal and regulatory requirements, and university policies.
Please apply online and include a cover letter, CV, statement of contributions to diversity, and contact information for three references.
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