Oral History Librarian, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand Vacancy number: NL1638 Applications close: Friday 6th June 2003 Band 4; Salary: $37,032-$43,567 Are you interested in working with the oral history collection of a national research library? The Oral History Centre of the Alexander Turnbull Library requires an experienced, qualified librarian or archivist. The Centre provides access to and preserves New Zealand's largest oral history collection as well as working with groups and individuals who are carrying out oral history recording. The Oral History Librarian makes accurate descriptive records for oral history on the Library's database for unpublished collections, provides quality and timely reference and research services, assists with collection management, and supports services to oral historians provided by the Centre. We are seeking a person who is experienced in making high quality descriptive or cataloguing records on a database, providing excellent reference and research services, has a broad knowledge of New Zealand history and cultures, is interested in oral history, communicates well with a wide range of people, works co-operatively in a small group and pays attention to detail and accuracy. Appropriate tertiary qualifications, together with archival or library qualifications are essential. Experience in oral history and knowledge of tikanga Maori and te reo would be an advantage. Please note: This is a re-advertisement of the position which was previously advertised in March of this year. For further information contact Linda Evans, Curator, Oral History Centre, Alexander Turnbull Library, phone 04-474-3162 For a copy of the job description and application form contact Personnel Services, Wellington phone (04) 474-3065 or email [log in to unmask] Applications should reach HR-Personnel Services, National Library of New Zealand, P O Box 1467, Wellington by Friday 6th June 2003. The National Library has an equal employment opportunity policy, and a commitment to meeting its objectives under the Treaty of Waitangi.