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Council of State Archivists

Administrative Coordinator

Position Type: Part-Time Contractor

Salary: $8,000/year

Application Deadline: January 15, 2019

Position Summary:

The Council of State Archivists (CoSA) seeks a part-time administrative coordinator, to perform administrative work for CoSA’s general operations and for CoSA’s Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant.

The administrative coordinator will work as a part-time contractor for CoSA, under the direction of CoSA’s Executive Director. The coordinator will work approximately 13 hours per week, at a contract rate of $8,000 per year.

The administrative coordinator will assist the Executive Director with administrative work, including coordinating CoSA committee schedules and other meetings; creating, sharing, and filing documents and announcements; managing correspondence and mailings; doing data entry; assisting the Executive Director in responding to member and customer questions; attending bi-monthly CoSA staff calls; helping schedule and coordinate CoSA’s webinar offerings; and assisting CoSA’s Information Technology Coordinator with hosting and managing webinars. She/he will also assist with grant project administration; ensure grant documentation is submitted to the CoSA office and available for reporting purposes; and document grant cost share tracking and reporting.

The administrative coordinator may telework and does not need to be located in or near the CoSA office. The administrative coordinator will furnish her/his own office space, including a computer with internet access. The work schedule is flexible and will be determined by the CoSA Executive Director working with the administrative coordinator. CoSA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, with the mission of: “Using collaborative research, education and advocacy, the Council of State Archivists provides leadership that strengthens and supports state and territorial archives in their work to preserve and provide access to government records.”

CoSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to Apply

Please send resume and letter of interest to Barbara Teague at: bteague@statearchivists.org by January 15.

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