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Nov 2, 2012

BIAZA Records - ZIMS 'Champion' role

Following the resignation of a committee member, we’re looking for someone with a good working knowledge of ZIMS and with record keeping experience to join the BIAZA Records Group committee.

This member will focus particularly on communicating BIAZA requirements to ISIS and helping disseminate knowledge of ZIMS, tips and tricks, training etc to BIAZA members.

We have two committee members focussing on this large area, so you will work alongside the other ZIMS Champion, Alice Warren.

You must work for a BIAZA collection and have the support of your collection to attend two meetings a year and to contribute to guidance and advice during the year.

The records group is a team with a wide range of skills and by pulling together we can advise and work to improve the records in BIAZA Collections for conservation and health purposes.

We’re hoping to fill this position in time for the records meeting, so please let Clare Collins ([email protected]) know asap (by 14 November) if you’re interested, including information on your knowledge and experience.

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