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🔗Museum Archival Collections Intern – 480 hours

  • Internship
  • NCPE Internship
  • Hot Springs, AR, USA
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Hot Springs National Park
  • Job Reference #: 3652a
  • Salary ($): Hourly
  • Hourly Salary ($): 17.00
  • Job Qualifications:

    Desired qualifications: strong organizational skills; detail-oriented; working knowledge of archival methods and practices; familiar with proper museum object handling, cataloging, and updating/maintaining databases.
    Preferred educational background in museum studies or archives management.

  • How to Apply:

    Click on the application button at this listing and follow the instructions for applying online.

  • Job benefits: Paid Time Off (PTO); Housing Allowance
  • Physical Demands: Must be able to lift 30 lbs.
  • Application Email: waso_cr-intern@nps.gov

National Park Service/NCPE Internship Program

The NCPE Museum Archival Collections Intern works primarily with archival materials and various databases and finding aids, but also assists with collection management of museum objects when needed. This position basically assists the Museum Curator with the care and management of the park museum collections, archives, and research library. The intern stores objects, performs limited cleaning, helps identify preservation needs, performs item labeling, assists with inventories, and maintains organization of storage areas. The intern also catalogs objects and enters data into and maintains the catalog  database program. Organizes and files photographs and other archival material. They may perform routine searches for records and information, as well as implement housekeeping schedules and assist with completion of Annual Inventory.



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