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Archive technicians work with valuable documents. They typically work in libraries, museums, banks and lawyers' and doctors' offices. Their exact tasks and responsibilities depend on their place of work. In museums and libraries, they provide clerical assistance to curators and librarians. In doctor's and lawyers' officer's archive technicians organize and manage all clients' records.
You must have a bachelor's degree or higher in order to pursue a career as an archive technician. You must also be able to work independently and be highly trustworthy and reliable. Strong organizational skills are also an essential attribute.
At your interview, the interviewing panel will want to know if you have what it takes to be an efficient archive technician. The best way to find out whether or not you have the necessary skills is by doing an internship under an experienced archive technician. Before going for your interview, take the time to go through mock interview questions for archive technicians.