Librarians, archivists, conservators and curators

Librarians select, develop, organize and maintain library collections and provide advisory services for users. They are employed in libraries or other establishments with library services throughout the public and private sectors

  • art librarian
  • associate librarian
  • automation librarian
  • bibliographer
  • bookmobile librarian
  • cataloguer – library
  • children’s services librarian
  • classifier – library
  • computer search librarian
  • cybrarian
  • database librarian
  • documentation librarian
  • health librarian
  • iconographer
  • information and reference librarian
  • information services librarian
  • law librarian
  • liaison librarian
  • librarian
  • library consultant
  • library coordinator
  • library supervisor
  • medical librarian
  • multimedia librarian
  • music librarian
  • music librarian – broadcasting
  • periodicals librarian
  • reference librarian
  • resource sharing and processing librarian
  • scientific librarian
  • technical services librarian
  • unit head librarian
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Conservators restore and conserve artifacts belonging to museums, galleries and owners of cultural property. Curators recommend the acquisition of museum artifacts and gallery works of art and research their artistic history. Conservators and curators are employed in museums, art galleries and universities. Conservators may be self-employed.

        • archaeology curator
        • archaeology museum curator
        • art gallery conservator
        • art gallery curator
        • art object curator
        • artifact conservator
        • assistant conservator
        • assistant museum curator
        • aviation and space museum curator
        • ceramics and glass conservator
        • conservator – art objects
        • conservator – museum
        • contemporary art curator
        • contemporary art museum curator
        • curator
        • ethnology curator
        • ethnology museum curator
        • fine art and polychrome conservator
        • fossil conservator
        • fossil curator
        • furniture and wooden objects conservator
        • herbarium curator
        • historical artifact conservator
        • insectarium conservator
        • insectarium curator
        • invertebrate zoology curator
        • invertebrate zoology museum curator
        • library curator
        • metals conservator
        • museologist
        • museum curator
        • museum objects conservator
        • natural history museum curator
        • natural history specimen conservator
        • natural sciences curator
        • natural sciences museum curator
        • ornithology curator
        • ornithology museum curator
        • paintings conservator
        • paper conservator
        • photograph conservator
        • photography museum curator
        • science and technology curator
        • science and technology museum curator
        • sculpture conservator
        • textile conservator
        • vertebrate zoology curator
        • vertebrate zoology museum curator

Archivists manage, process, store and disseminate information contained in an organization’s archives. They acquire, store and research textual material, pictures, maps, architectural documents, electronic materials, films and videos, and sound recordings and multimedia materials. Archivists are employed in archives, in the public and para-public sectors and in private sector organizations.

    • archivist
    • assistant archivist
    • collections archivist
    • corporate archivist
    • fine arts archivist
    • historical archivist
    • multimedia archivist
    • photo archivist
    • research archivist
    • video archivist

 

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