File Management Project Intern

  • Program stream: Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations
  • Job title: File Management Project Intern
  • Organization name: Brantford Public Library
  • Job location: Brantford, Ontario
  • Length of assignment: 2021-01-18 to 2021-04-30 (15 weeks)
  • Hourly wage: $15.64

Brantford Public Library is seeking someone who is inquisitive, a critical thinker, and ready

for a challenge! BPL staff are passionate about their community and strive to exceed each

customer's expectations. In order to do this more effectively, the Library is working on

internal processes.

The File Management Project Intern will have the opportunity to learn about, assess and

improve file management systems and processes at BPL. The intern will work with staff

from different departments to understand the needs of the organization and come up

with and implement recommendations that will have a lasting impact.

Key responsibilities:

- Review project goals and objectives and work with BPL staff

- Asses existing file management systems and processes

- Recommend solutions to problems relating to file management

- Participate in daily meetings with staff and supervisor

- Gather information and report on file management standards and regulations

- Solicit and review feedback from staff

- Develop action plan to improve file management at BPL

- Develop training for staff


- Intermediate computer skills

- Experience working in an office setting

- Experience working with large amounts of information

Key Competencies:

- Communications skills

- Organizational skills

- Planning and organization

Applications must complete the expression of interest through the Young Canada Works website and submit a resume by email or mail only no later than, January 5, 2021:

Rae-Lynne Aramburo, CEO/Chief Librarian

c/o Susie Osborn, Coordinator - Finance & Administration

Brantford Public Library

173 Colborne Street

Brantford, ON N3T 2G8

We thank you for your interest; however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Brantford Public Library is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available

for all parts of the recruitment and selection process. Applicants need to make their

required accommodations known in advance.

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