[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2011-12-27

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Tue Dec 27 08:44:49 PST 2011


In this Issue: 
 
1. One Final Favor to Do for Oregon Heritage In 2011
2. NPS Seeks Archivist for Crater Lake National Park
3. PSU Seeks Assistant Prof. of North American History
 
 
ONE FINAL FAVOR TO DO FOR OREGON HERITAGE IN 2011
 
Oregon’s heritage is a legacy for the future, preserved among
prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, and in historic buildings
and landscapes. It is contained in the collective wealth of our museums
and heritage institutions, and embodied in our public celebrations and
anniversaries.
 
Hundreds of organizations, small and large, every year make valiant
efforts to preserve and develop Oregon's heritage.  With a donation to
the Oregon Cultural Trust, you can support them and take an important
step toward a tax credit for yourself.
 
In order to qualify for a tax credit for 2011, you must act now. Here's
how:
 
1.  If you haven't already made a donation to an Oregon heritage, arts
or humanities organization, make one now.
 
2. Make a matching gift to the Oregon Cultural Trust by making a
donation at  www.culturaltrust.org/give . You can also make a donation
by phoning 503-986-0088 (8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays) or sending a check to
the Oregon Cultural Trust at 775 Summer St. NE, Suite 200. Salem, OR
97301.
 
3. Claim your entire contribution to the Trust as a tax credit (up to
certain limits), reducing your Oregon tax bill during the next few
months.
 
The time to act is now, as 2011 is nearing the end. By acting now, you
will enable the Oregon Cultural Trust to support cultural heritage
organizations across the state in preserving and developing Oregon's
cultural heritage.
 
 
NPS SEEKS ARCHIVIST FOR CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
 
The National Park Service is seeking an Archivist to implement the
arrangement and description components of the archival program within
the museum program at Crater Lake National Park.  The incumbent will
apply professional knowledge and skill to processing archival and/or
manuscript collections including appraisal, planning, organization,
arrangement, preservation and description.  The collections may be
complex and include special formats such as photographs, maps,
audio-visual materials, or electronic records.
 
The Archivist will complete archival surveys and write collection-level
survey descriptions.  Duties also include the evaluation of all records,
archival, and manuscript collections with the records management
guideline, archival appraisal criteria, and park's scope of collection
statement as appropriate; recommending specific non-official records for
inclusion in museum collection; and in conjunction with museum staff,
identifying historical records, determining which materials are active
and inactive, and disposing of inactive official records as described in
the records management guideline.
 
Qualifications include professional experience in archival science, or
in a directly related field of work such as history that involved the
collection, appraisal, or synthesis of information having historical or
archival values. The application deadline is Dec. 28. For a complete job
description and application criteria, visit
http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/304957700#TopofPage.
 
 
PSU SEEKS ASSISTANT PROF. OF NORTH AMERICAN HISTORY
 
The History Department of Portland State University is accepting
applications for the position of tenure-track assistant professor of
North American history, with expertise in both public history and
environmental history. This position will commence Sept. 16, 2012. 
 
Job duties include teaching courses and conducting research in U.S.
public and environmental history, and serving on department / university
committees. 
Applicants should possess a PhD in a relevant field of study by the
hire date. Screening of applications will begin Jan. 23, 2012, and
continue until finalists are identified. For further information, visit 
http://www.pdx.edu/hr/sites/www.pdx.edu.hr/files/CLAS%20HST%20Assistant%20Professor%20D98279_0.pdf.
 
To apply, Send letter of application detailing teaching and research,
CV, examples of research, and three letters of reference (electronic
submission of all materials preferred) to Dr. Katrine E. Barber,
Department of History, Portland State University, Box 751, Portland OR
97207-0751; or email to publichistorysearch at pdx.edu. For questions, call
(503) 725-3979. 

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