We are looking for an Archive Project Assistant

Role: Archive Project Assistant

Reference: LHL/22/BGFA/APA

Duration: Fixed term – 8 months

Responsible to: The Librarian

Salary: NJC Point 6 at £21,968

Hours of Work: 36 hours per week

‘The Belfast/Good Friday Agreement: Origins and Legacies’ project will explore making, agreeing, and keeping peace in Northern Ireland from the early 1990s until the present day. The project is seeking applications for the role of Archive Project Assistant.

To apply, please submit a CV with covering letter detailing your experience by email to info@linenhall.com by Friday 13th January, at 4 pm.

The covering letter must include the role title and reference, and how applicants meet the essential and desirable criteria.

To find out more, about the role, please download the Application Pack.

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