State and Local Government Records Analyst


The Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH) seeks a motivated, self‐directed State and Local Government Records Analyst for the department’s Records Management program. (The agency anticipates filling three vacancies in this position during summer 2018.) Duties include assisting state and local government agencies with managing both paper and electronic records throughout their respective lifecycles; contributing to the development of records retention requirements in accordance with best practices; and promoting ADAH and its programs through presentations, tours, site visits, and other outreach activities. As a member of the Records Management Section, the curator reports to the Section Coordinator.

For more information, see the job announcement.


Collections Curator


The Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH) seeks a collections curator with archaeological experience. Primary duties include cataloging, researching, documenting, and inventorying objects held by the ADAH Museum Division according to professional standards and best practices. Duties will include special emphasis on the ADAH’s extensive archaeological collection of items of Native American origin. The curator will participate in committees to assist with the creation and implementation of departmental decisions, policies, and procedures and may also contribute to special projects such as exhibits and community outreach. As a member of the Museum Collections Section, the curator reports to the Section Coordinator.

For more information, see the job announcement.




ADAH hires part-time student workers through contracts with the following local universities:
Alabama State University, Auburn University, AUM, Troy Montgomery, Huntingdon College, and Faulkner University.

Students help with a variety of projects, including greeting visitors, providing school tours, cataloging artifacts, assisting researchers, scanning historical materials, and general administrative tasks. 


Current openings:

To apply, submit a Student Worker Application.


(For information about internship opportunities, see www.archives.alabama.gov/employ/internships.html.)



ADAH is an equal opportunity employer and employs individuals who have met the minimum qualifications for employment as established by Alabama's State Personnel Department. To find out more about Alabama's Personnel Policies, go to www.personnel.alabama.gov. To view a state job application, go to http://www.personnel.alabama.gov/Downloads/StateApp.pdf. Individuals interested in working with the state must apply through the state personnel system. Please do not send job applications to the ADAH.




ADAH hires from the following state employment registers when positions are available. (For the latest information about pay ranges for the positions below, see http://www.personnel.alabama.gov/ComPayPlan.aspx.)



The following registers are continuous (applications are accepted at any time):


Class Code 30430

Curator (General Option)

Class Code 30451 (Option 003)

Senior Archivist

Class Code 30435

Senior Museum Curator

Class Code 30452

Curator (Education/Interpretation Option)

Class Code 30451 (Option 358)

Cultural Resources Assistant

Class Code 30405


The following registers are opened only when positions are available:

Archivist Coordinator (currently closed)

Class Code 30436

Museum Curator Coordinator (currently closed)

Class Code 30453