LINGUIST List 14.1306

Wed May 7 2003

Support: Research Asst, Alaska Native Language Center

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  1. Gary Holton, Research Assistant, Alaska Native Language Center

Message 1: Research Assistant, Alaska Native Language Center

Date: Tue, 06 May 2003 18:10:54 +0000
From: Gary Holton <gary.holtonuaf.edu>
Subject: Research Assistant, Alaska Native Language Center



Research Assistantship: Alaska Native Language Center

The Alaska Native Language Center has available a graduate research
assistantship for work with the ANLC Archives Project. Remuneration is
in the amount of $11.50/hour plus tuition and fees. Position is funded
from September 1, 2003 through August 31, 2005. Research assistants
are employed for 20 hours/week over the 9-month academic year and
full-time during the summer.

Duties: 
Original and copy cataloguing using electronic database; shelf
checking; identifying materials needing preservation; copying,
foldering, boxing, labeling and other basic preservation activities;
identifying and organizing ANLC publications

Qualifications: 
Library training and/or experience preferred; knowledge of or
familiarity with Alaska Native Languages preferred. Ability to work
with computers, including data entry, database manipulation,
generation of different data formats as needed; general organizational
and office skills, such as typing, filing, copying, and keeping track
of documents; ability to work independently, to scan documents for the
purpose of summarizing content, to determine what documents and
folders need special preservation steps taken, and to request
additional information from appropriate ANLC staff.

To apply, please send letter of interest, a current vita, two letters
of recommendation to:

 Anna Berge
 Alaska Native Language Center
 Box 757680
 Fairbanks, AK 99775-7680

We will begin reviewing applications as of May 23, 2003; position is
open until filled. Address inquiries to Prof. Anna Berge at
ffambuaf.edu or (907) 474-5351.

http://www.uaf.edu/anlc 

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