|£24,248 to £26,444 per annum
|11th December 2023
|14th January 2024
You will work at the University of Bristol’s Theatre Collection on the archive of the arts organisation, Welfare State International (1968-2006). The archive contains documents created as part of the day-to-day running of the theatre company including contracts, funding applications, minutes of meetings, marketing material such as flyers and posters, performance planning notes and sketches, photographs and videos. All these items need sorting, describing, numbering and locating on our online catalogue. You will support the Project Archivist, who is cataloguing the collection, with tasks that will enable the public to access it for research, education and inspiration.
For those interested in a career in archives, we can support you to apply for qualification as a Foundation Member of the Archives and Records Association.
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4th January 2024 - Gatehouse Centre, Hareclive Road, BS13 9JN - 10am-12pm
9th January 2024 - Little Library, Barton Hill Micro Campus, Ducie Road BS5 0AX - 10am-11.30am
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This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 14/01/2024. Interviews are anticipated to take place on 29/01/2024.
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