In this role, you will manage and continue to develop the INL Archives and Special Collections. The successful candidate must be a Certified Archivist (CA), demonstrating advanced experience with archival practices and the ability to curate archival materials that embody this aspect of the cultural record at INL, with experience in the following areas:
· Acquisition, accession/deaccession, and processing of archival materials;
· Collection and curation of oral histories;
· Development and updating of finding aids;
· Development and management of archival collections and digital archives;
· Assist in management of INL’s open air museum and curation of associated buildings, features, structures, and objects;
· Employee and public researcher education and outreach.
Archival work responsibilities and requirements will include:
· Curation of archival data and materials pertaining to the cultural and scientific record of INL, as well as historic land use of the INL area;
· Application of professional archival practice/policy;
· 36 CFR 79 process and compliance as pertains to historic records and objects;
· Subject Matter expert (SME) and Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) for analysis and collection of INL archival materials;
· Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
In this role you will be responsible to:
· Use professional concepts and company objectives to solve complex issues in creative and effective ways;
· Exercise judgement in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results;
· Train, guide and mentor junior archives staff / interns;
· Network with key contacts outside own area or expertise;
· Work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors;
· Determine methods and procedures on new assignments;
· Exercise considerable latitude in determining objectives of assignment;
· Guide the successful completion of major programs and may function in a project leadership role;
· Interface frequently with organizational customer contacts and occasionally with outside contacts or organizations to provide solutions to difficult issues associated with specific projects or work.
Must meet Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Curation (https://www.nps.gov/history/local-law/gis/html/quals.html);
Must have a minimum of 6 years full-time professional experience in archives management;
This position requires an active DOE "L" or "Q" clearance, which requires U.S. Citizenship.
Must have experience/working knowledge related to acquisition, accession/deaccession, and processing of archival materials;
Must have experience/working knowledge related to curation of archival collections, especially architectural and engineering drawings, maps, photographic materials, and both large and small-scale objects;
Experience/working knowledge related to open-air museum practice is required;
Experience/working knowledge related to collection and curation of oral histories is required;
Experience/working knowledge related to 36 CFR 79 is required;
Strong written and verbal communication skills are required;
Must have a valid driver's license;
Must be able to pass an INL Security review; and
Certified Archivist (CA) is required.Selective Service Requirements To be eligible for employment at INL males born after December 31, 1959 must have registered with the Selective Service System (SSS). This includes U.S. born and naturalized citizens, parolees, undocumented immigrants, legal permanent residents, asylum seekers, refugees, and all males with visas of any kind which expired more than 30 days ago. The few individuals who are exempt from this requirement are those on current non-immigrant visas. For more information see www.sss.gov.Employee Job Functions Employee Job Functions are physical actions and/or working conditions associated with the position. These functions may also constitute essential functions for the job position which the employee must be able to fulfill, with or without accommodation. Information provided below is to help describe the job so that the applicant has a reasonable understanding of the job duties/expectations. An applicant's ability to perform and/or tolerate these actions and conditions will be discussed and workplace accommodations may be made on a case-by-case basis following an individualized assessment of the applicant and other considerations, including but not limited to any governing safety standards.
Motor Abilities: Walking and standing for prolonged periods of time, bending/stooping, squatting, twisting, grasping/gripping, fine motor control (hands), lifting of 50 lbs max., repetitive prolonged work.
Special Senses: Visually demanding work, audio alarms.Work Conditions: Stairs, heat and cold stress, UV (sun) exposure, radiation work, power tools, protective clothing, motor vehicle use, typing/keyboard, >8 hrs./day. Certifications: Testing Designated Position (TDP)Please Apply Before: January 20, 2019 (11:59 p.m., MST) Environmental, Safety and Health Statement Must be familiar with, and comply with all relevant health and safety requirements. Must be knowledgeable of emergency action policies and procedures, methods for reporting/resolving work practices or conditions to available cognizant professionals.Other Information When applying to positions please provide a resume and answer all questions on the following screens. Applicants, who fail to provide a resume or answer the questions, may be deemed ineligible for consideration.INL Overview INL is a science-based, applied engineering national laboratory dedicated to supporting the U.S. Department of Energy's mission in nuclear energy research, science, and national defense. With more than 4,300 scientists, researchers and support staff, the laboratory works with national and international governments, universities and industry partners to discover new science and develop technologies that underpin the nation's nuclear and renewable energy, national security and environmental missions.