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Job DescriptionAnswers inquiries concerning field materials received from internal personnel and outside users. Accepts new deposits; determines appropriateness of offered material by following guidelines and policies of National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Compiles inventories of individual deposits following NARA guidelines Readies deposits for transfer to NARA, including the following: Eliminating inappropriate material from individual deposits (i.e. published materials, personal papers, maps without annotations, etc.) Updating existing inventories to eliminate references to deleted items Boxing deposits for transfer according to NARA guidelines Physically transferring deposits to Denver NARA Develops database to reflect what has been transferred to NARA
Additional Info & RequirementsThe Field Records Collection consists of; archive of field notes, correspondences, unpublished manuscripts and maps, analysis reports and other data created or collected by USGS scientists, who are not retired or deceased. Also includes materials by current USGS geologist who are done with certain projects. Three primary aspects/ job functions required to support the Field Records Collection 1) Growing Collection - Acceptance of new materials Accessioning/ Logging in / Organizing Cataloging Preservation 2) Serving Patrons Reference Services required to Library/ Collection patrons 3) Working with Federal records officer and National Archives and Records Administration - NARA guidelines Retrieving / returning USGS materials currently at NARA Records Center Submitting new materials to NARA
Qualified candidates can submit resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org referencing Field Records. "ETI is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer."
Posted Jan 23, 2007