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The following positions are currently available at the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

  • Job posted on June 8, 2017

    The National Society has a full-time genealogist position available in the Registrar’s Office.  This unique position offers candidates the opportunity to hone their research skills in early American genealogy, with a focus on Revolutionary War patriots.  Primary responsibilities focus on examining and evaluating lineage-based information provided on DAR membership applications or supplemental applications, and corresponding with prospective members or Chapter Registrar if further documentation is needed. 

  • Job posted on June 27, 2017

    The National Society has a full time opening for a library professional to serve as the main Reference Services Librarian in the DAR Library. 

    The DAR Library, one of the nation's premier genealogical research centers and is ranked as one of the most important national institutions based on the uniqueness of sources. Many thousands of volumes of genealogical compilations, record abstracts, and other materials such as family histories, cemetery record transcriptions, and Bible records are available only at the DAR Library.

  • Job posted on July 3, 2017

    The National Society has a full-time opportunity for a Network Engineer well versed in Microsoft systems to join the Information Systems team and contribute to the goals of the organization through the design, development and maintenance of Microsoft server technologies.

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  • Job posted on July 20, 2017

    The National Society is seeking a full time Documents Specialist to work in the Data Entry Office of the Registrar—the department charged with reviewing and processing genealogical data for membership.

    Duties include processing all incoming applications by performing preliminary review of applications for completeness of genealogical information, inputting the data into appropriate databases, creating bar-coded cover sheets, sorting and scanning genealogical documents into OnBase software, and coding application papers based on established criteria.

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