7 March 2018

Kew, UK

£32,175 - £36,000 pro rata

Fixed Term

About the role 

Working in archives is fundamentally changing as digital material becomes more and more central to what we do. This presents huge challenges in the ways archives work but also gives archives huge opportunities to work differently, engage with new audiences and value different skills in our workforce. 

This role, funded by The Heritage Lottery Fund, Skills for the Future Programme, will be at the forefront of an exciting project to bring new people with new skills into the archive workforce and to enable them to complete a bespoke learning programme, supported by excellent workplace learning in organisations across the country. 

The National Archives is looking for an individual with a track record of running demanding projects, building strong relationships and of working to inspire and motivate. 

The role will involve travel within the UK. 


You'll be assessed against these competencies during the selection process:

  • Demonstrable project management experience including experience in programme delivery
  • Excellent organisational skills including experience at holding a budget
  • Highly motivated self-starter able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Experience of heritage skills or education programmes
  • Experience of partnership and consortium working


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