POSITION AVAILABLE:

Summer Student: Administrative and Archival Assistant

The Ontario Archaeological Society (OAS)


Location:                    The Ontario Archaeological Society: 1444 Queen St. E., Suite 102, Toronto


Employment Basis:   Full-time for a period of 7 weeks

 

Compensation:            $11.40 per hour / 35 hours a week


Employment Period:   July - August 2017

 

Eligibility: Applicants must be currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution or within 6 months since graduation and 25 years of age or less

 

Position Description:


The Ontario Archaeological Society is seeking a Summer Student for a period of 7 weeks. This position has been made possible through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport Summer Experience Program Grant 2017.

Under the supervision of the OAS Executive Director (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays) the student will assist with the clerical tasks of maintaining the head office, including organizing archival material, assisting with regional chapter communications, data processing and general administrative work.

Under the supervision of the OAS Director of Publications (Mondays and Fridays) the student will assist in the maintenance of the Society’s office archives. This will include cataloguing historic documents, publications and archival materials (artwork, photos and slides) for inclusion in the OAS Library Collection. In addition, increasing online publication content to the OAS website.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • ·         Outreach communications (by email and phone to association members, cultural organizations, colleagues, general public)
  • ·         Organizing of files and documents
  • ·         Computer database operation for data entry, up-dates, and queries
  • ·         Membership database updates
  • ·         Computer software operation (e.g. word processing, spreadsheets, graphics etc.)
  • ·         Office administration assistance
  • ·         OAS office archival material inventoried (print, slides and historic photos)
  • ·         Digitally formatting archives for long term preservation
  • ·         Social Media and website content updates
Qualifications:
  • ·         Enrolled in Anthropology or Archaeology program at the University level an asset
  • ·         Must exhibit strong customer service background & ability to effectively deal with client inquiries
  • ·         Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • ·         Must have ability to problem-solve & multitask under deadline pressure
  • ·         Must be proficient in Microsoft Office
  • ·         Trained in Archives and Records Management an asset  
How to Apply:
A
ddress cover letter and CV to Lorie Harris, Executive Director, OAS

 

Email to:   jobs@ontarioarchaeology.org  and execdirector@ontarioarchaeology.org Please state in the subject field, “Application for OAS Summer Student Position: “Administrative and Archival Assistant”


 Hiring Managers:       Ms. Lorie Harris, Executive Director, OAS
                                      Mr. Grant Karcich, Director of Publications, OAS
                                      Ms. Debbie Steiss, Treasurer, OAS

Deadline for Application:
Monday June 26
, 2017 or until applicants are found
Successful Candidate suggested start date July 4, 2017

POSITION AVAILABLE:
Summer Student: Assistant Event Coordinator/Fundraiser

The
Ontario Archaeological Society (OAS)

 Location:                    Museum of Ontario Archaeology, London, Ontario
                                     1600 Attawandaron Road, London, Ontario, N6G 3M6

Employment Basis:     Full-time for a period of 7 weeks or 245 hours

Compensation:            $11.40 per hour / 35 hours a week

Employment Period:   July - August 2017

Eligibility: Applicants must be currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution or within 6 months since graduation and 25 years of age or less

To assist the Society in planning and promotion of its annual Symposium. A yearly event for members and the general public which show cases the archaeological heritage of the Province of Ontario. Additional assistance in promoting the Society’s visibility for fundraising opportunities.   

 Position Description:

The Ontario Archaeological Society is seeking a Summer Student for a period of 7 weeks. This position has been made possible through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport Summer Experience Program Grant 2017.

Under the supervision of the OAS President, Director of Public Outreach, Chair of the 2017 OAS Symposium Committee, the student will assist in administrative tasks for planning the fall Symposium of the Society, a yearly event for members and the general public which show cases the archaeological heritage of the Province of Ontario.

The student will also work closely with the 2017 Symposium Coordinators, creating promotional materials provided to potential Symposium attendees this includes members and the general public. Enhanced Fundraising opportunities for the Symposium and the workings of the Society in general will be explored through the tools available for the charitable and not-for profit sector.

Key Responsibilities:

  • ·         Outreach communications (by email and phone to association members, cultural organizations, colleagues, general public)
  • ·         Investigation and compilation of web based tools for promotion of the Society’s Annual Symposium and fundraising enhancement
  • ·         Event planning and organizing for the OAS Symposium

Qualifications:

  • ·         Previous involvement with Not For Profit organizations an asset
  • ·         Enrolled in Anthropology or Archaeology program at the University level an asset
  • ·         Must exhibit strong customer service background in communicating with Society stakeholders
  • ·         Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • ·         Proficiency in Microsoft Office

How to Apply:

Address cover letter and CV to Dr.Matthew Beaudoin, Director of Public Outreach

Email to:
jobs@ontarioarchaeology.org

Please state in the
subject field, “Application for OAS Summer Student Position: Event Coordinator/Fundraiser”

Hiring Managers:   Dr. Matthew Beaudoin,  Director of Public Outreach
                                  Mr. Paul Racher, President, OAS

 Deadline for Application:
Monday June 26,
2017 or until applicants are found
Successful candidate suggested start date July 3, 2017


POSITION AVAILABLE:
Summer Student: OAS 'Library Services Assistant'

The
Ontario Archaeological Society (OAS)

 Location:                    Museum of Ontario Archaeology, London, Ontario
                                     1600 Attawandaron Road, London, Ontario, N6G 3M6

Employment Basis:    Full-time for a period of 7 weeks (Monday – Friday)

Compensation:            $11.40 per hour / 35 hours a week

Employment Period:   July - August 2017

Eligibility: Applicants must be currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution or within 6 months since graduation and 25 years of age or less

Position Description:

The Ontario Archaeological Society is seeking a Summer Student for a period of 7 weeks. The Society has received a Summer Experience Program Grant from the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.

Under the supervision of the OAS Director of Publications, the student will assist in the review and indexing of the Society's Library Collection (1955-2016) held at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology in London Ontario. Research is needed to complete the OAS publication index. Corporate archival materials from the Society's main office will also be integrated with the main collection. Up to date OAS Library Collections will provide a more streamlined process for OAS Members and members of the general public to access these materials.

Qualifications:


• Enrolled in or recently graduated in a degree or diploma program

• Library Sciences or Library Technician Program
• Studies or training in Archives and Records Management

• Must be proficient in Microsoft Office

• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Descriptive Cataloguing

• Experience in Anthropology or Archaeology an asset

How to Apply:

Address cover letter and CV to Grant Karcich, Director of Publications

Email to:
jobs@ontarioarchaeology.org

Please state in the
subject field, “Application for OAS Summer Student Position: Library Services Assisstant”

Hiring Managers:   Grant Karcich,  Director of Publications
                                  Matthew Beaudoin, Director of Public Outreach
                                  Debbis Steiss, Treasurer
                                  Lorie Harris, Executive Director

Deadline for Application:
Monday June 26, 2017 or until applicants are found
Successful candidate suggested start date July 3, 2017

Contact us
Address: P.O. Box 62066, Victoria Terrace | Toronto | M4A 2W1

Phone: +1 (416) 406-5959


Email: info@ontarioarchaeology.org

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