Jobs and Internships in Florida Archives, Libraries, and Museums

At its July 2, 2020 meeting, the SFA Board voted unanimously to immediately stop accepting job advertisements that do not list a salary or salary range. This applies to all SFA media including the website, listserv, and social media.

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  • 29 Mar 2022 8:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    USF Libraries Tampa Special Collections is hiring a Community Outreach Manager. A brief description is below.

    Please visit Careers@USF to apply: https://www.usf.edu/work-at-usf/careers/.


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    Job Code/Title: 1100 / Manager, Library Operations


    Hiring Salary: $50,000

    Salary Plan: Administrative


    Job Opening Number: 30246


    Posting End Date: 03/31/2022


    POSITION SUMMARY:

    This position is integral to strengthening relationships across the USF Libraries - Tampa Special Collections community base, with an emphasis on existing and potential donors, existing and potential community partners, and USF students, instructors, and researchers. Reporting to the Director of Special Collections, the Manager, Library Operations will actively work in alignment with the Libraries' Associate Director of Development, Assistant Director of Communications & Marketing, and Special Collections librarians and staff to enhance and streamline communications with donors, reinvigorate and establish new community partnerships, and conduct activities--such as arrangement, description, digitization, exhibition, and instruction--that support greater integration of Special Collections resources into undergraduate- and graduate-level courses.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Works collaboratively with the Director of Special Collections and the Associate Director of Development to streamline communications with established and potential donors. Attends donor relations meetings, participates in or leads donor-centered events and activities, and works with donors and others to assess donations for permanent retention.

    Collaborates with the USF Libraries Marketing & Communications team to develop outreach campaigns focused on Special Collections' areas of strategic emphasis. Utilizes social media and other available outlets to disseminate relevant and timely information.

    Provides research and instruction support through archival processing, cataloguing, digitization, metadata, exhibition, teaching, or consultation of/with print and digital resources in Special Collections.

    Connects with existing USF Libraries Tampa - Special Collections partners to evaluate and revive agreements. Works with librarians and administrators to identify and establish new partnership opportunities.

    Works with the Libraries Grant Production Team to identify grant opportunities and submit proposals.

    Performs other duties as assigned.

    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS (Education and Experience):

    MINIMUM:

    This position requires a high school diploma and six years of professional library experience. Appropriate college coursework may substitute for the required experience.

    PREFERRED:

    Bachelor's degree in communication, marketing, public relations, advertising, English, rhetoric, or library science. Donor relations experience. Event planning experience. Demonstrated commitment to diversity in an academic environment, in a workplace setting, and/or in the community. Experience working in a library, special collections, or archives.



  • 04 Mar 2022 12:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Women in History Intern will work within the education department of the Orange County Regional History Center (OCRHC) to uncover and bring visibility to the important roles and contributions of women throughout Central Florida’s history. The intern must possess a strong interest in seeking valuable museum experience, researching diverse women’s stories, and engaging with the public. Projects will be guided by current staff priorities, preferences, and deadlines within the museum’s education department. Interns will be working onsite at the museum and directly with the public, including adults and children. This internship will offer a stipend of $2,400 to help defray the cost of living, in Orlando, Florida, and will be paid bi-weekly based on hours contributed.

    HERstory: Women in History Internship – Orange County Regional History Center (thehistorycenter.org)


  • 28 Dec 2021 7:58 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    The JM Family College Internship program is designed to create an opportunity for college students to have meaningful work experiences that tie to their programs of study. Are you interested in learning how one of Fortune’s Top 100 Companies to Work For maintains its corporate history? Apply to intern with JM Family’s Corporate Archives team today!

    This will include projects and tasks that relate to Corporate Archive / Corporate Communications as well as enterprise projects and will provide opportunities for personal and professional development while working in a collaborative team environment. 

    The program is a 10-week paid ($15 per hour) internship. Students must be available to intern from June 6 - August 12, 2022.

    Click here for more information and to apply.

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