Summer 2017 Membership Meeting

The next open membership meeting for the Seattle Area Archivists will be at the Seattle Art Museum’s Maloney Conference Room on Monday, August 28, 2017 at 3-5 pm. In lieu of the usual business-and-tour format, we’ll host a brainstorming session on further ideas for SeaAA events and priorities, using the results of our membership survey as a jumping-off point.

If you can’t join us in person but have more feedback you didn’t get to express in the survey, please email us your thoughts at seattle.area.archivists AT gmail.com. We really do want to hear from the membership on how we can best facilitate greater involvement and interaction!

We would appreciate an RSVP via email so we can make sure to have enough space (and bring enough snacks!).

Records Specialist at WA State Dept. of Natural Resources

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources has an opening for a Records Specialist – Forms and Records Analyst 2 in Olympia, Washington. This position is permanent and full-time. Closing date is August 22, 2017. For more information and to apply, see: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1814163/records-specialist-forms-and-records-analyst-2

Archives Technician at NARA

The National Archives and Records Administration is hiring two Archives Technicians for the Seattle branch. This is a full time, permanent position. Apply by August 11, 2017.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/475771400

 

Supervisory Archivist Position at Museum of Flight

The Museum of Flight is seeking a Supervisory Archivist. This is a full time, permanent position. For complete details and application instructions, please click here. The closing date to apply is June 16th.

Next SeaAA meeting is Friday, May 26th!

Please join us for this important meeting on Friday, May 26th, from 2-4 PM. We will be at: NARA SEATTLE,  6125 SAND POINT WAY NE.

The outgoing Steering Committee will announce the results of the Steering Committee election for the 2017-2019 term. We will also learn about the National Archives, their holdings, and how one can perform research.

We hope to see many of you there!