Perpetuating the memory of one of the greatest men of the Victorian age

We are hiring!

Posted on May 26, 2016

ARTS AND CRAFTS HAMMERSMITH

(a partnership between the William Morris Society and Emery Walker Trust)

seeks an experienced, qualified and highly able

ARCHIVIST

to plan, manage and deliver its complex programme of archive management, cataloguing and digitisation

 

Arts and Crafts Hammersmith is a Heritage Lottery funded partnership project between the William Morris Society and the Emery Walker Trust. The project aims to celebrate, share and promote the work and influences of Arts and Crafts pioneers William Morris and Emery Walker, centred on their former homes in Hammersmith, West London.

Our Archivist leads the process of managing, digitising and cataloguing the unique and important paper based archive materials in both partners’ collections. Working hand in hand with a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, you will have sound project management skills, be experienced in archive management, digitisation and cataloguing, and be able to manage yourself and the team in working to tight schedules and workflows.

Salary up to £25,000 (full time equivalent, pro rata)

Fixed term to April 2017, 3 days a week. Based in Stockwell, south London.

Closing date for applications 13 June 2016.

For further information, role specification and application details, please email jobs@artsandcraftshammersmith.org.uk

The William Morris Society (registered charity no 1159382) and The Emery Walker Trust (registered charity no 1158505) aim to be equal opportunities employers.

 

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