24 June 2021

Richmond upon Thames, London


Fixed Term

About the role:
Digitisation projects are a key part of The National Archives’ business, access and preservation strategies. They involve multiple departments working interdependently to bring a project together, and allow us to build valuable partnerships with external clients and companies.
Working as a Project Conservator within the Collection Care Department, you will join a dedicated team of conservators responsible for assessing and preparing records for digitisation.
The role has direct impact on the ability of the organisation to deliver large scale digitisation projects, many of which have strong commercial benefits. Maintaining the balance between preservation needs of the collection and commercial aspects of the project is crucial. You will play a vital part in facilitating the smooth running of these projects, ensuring timely delivery, while upholding the professional reputation of TNA.

About you:
You will have a keen eye for detail and have an ability to work both individually and as part of a team. You should have a good understanding of basic conservation processes and knowledge of current conservation practice and ethical standards. You will have strong organisational skills with the ability to plan and prioritise work while under pressure in order to meet strict deadlines and targets. With the need for cross-departmental working, you will also have strong verbal and written communication skills.

This is a full time post. However, requests for flexible working and job share will be considered, taking into account at all times the operational needs of the Department.

This role requires on site presence and is not suitable for home working.


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