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Subject: New York State Civil Services Examination

New York State Civil Services Examination

From: Marie Culver <mculver>
Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Announcement of Civil Services Examination for positions at the New
York State Archives

The New York State Archives encourages individuals interested in
working for an energetic, dynamic organization to take the civil
service examination for Archives and Records Management Specialist I
and II positions.  This examination is an evaluation of your
training and experience that you complete at home; there is no need
to take a formal test at an examination site in New York State.

The list of candidates resulting from this examination will likely
remain in force for the next five years, and we encourage
individuals interested in employment, whether now or at some point
in the future, to complete the examination and application process.
We anticipate that a variety of positions will become vacant while
this list is in effect, among them those specializing in:
preservation; digitization; electronic records; reference services;
grants administration; Web site and information resource
development; and provision of advisory services to local governments
and historical records repositories throughout New York State.

The deadline for receiving applications to take this examination is
April 9, 2007.  You will find more information regarding
qualifications and the application process at


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The New York State Archives is dedicated to providing superior
records management and archival services for 63 state agencies, 4300
local governments and over 3000 non-profit historical records
organizations statewide.  The State Archives manages an archival
facility with over 101,000 cubic feet of state government records
documenting New York State's history from the Dutch colonial era
through the early 21st century.   For further information on the
State Archives and its programs, see


The examination will establish lists for the following two positions:

    Archives and Records Management Specialist I:  Minimum
    qualifications:  a master's degree in history, government,
    business administration or public administration, political
    science, American studies, library/information science, or
    archival administration.

    Archives and Records Management Specialist II:  In addition to
    the degree requirements for the Archives and Records Management
    Specialist I candidates must have two years of professional
    experience in which the majority of  duties involve one or more
    archival or records management functions.  (see the website for
    more detail.)

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