State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Veterans Museum

Oral History Archivist

Job Announcement Code 13-02416

The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) is currently seeking an Oral History Archivist to work at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum in downtown Madison, on the Capitol Square and a short distance to State Street and Monona Terrace.

The Oral History Archivist oversees the Oral History program and collection. This position provides expertise in recommending and establishing policies, procedures and initiatives related to the program. The incumbent conducts oral history interviews, oversees and trains oral history volunteers, identifies and collects biographical information about veterans who would like to be interviewed, and schedules and coordinates the interviews. In addition, the incumbent develops, maintains and organizes the oral history collection and makes the content accessible to the public and other museum staff members.

Starting salary is between $17.072 and $18.147 per hour, depending on qualifications, plus benefits.

Position is 80% or 32 hours/week.  For more information on this position and application instructions, visit Job Announcement Code: 13-02416. Deadline to apply is August 5, 2013.  AA/EEO Employer

If you have problems with or are unable to complete the online application process, contact J Lea Roberts at 608-266-3344


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