7 jobs in the UK

Web archivists for ‘The Archive of Tomorrow: Health Information and Misinformation in the UK Web Archive’ (part-time, fixed term, deadline 22 November)

Our content providers the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford, Cambridge University Library, and Edinburgh University Library, are recruiting three Web Archivists to work on the project ‘The Archive of Tomorrow: Health Information and Misinformation in the UK Web Archive’, which will preserve and provide research access to 10,000 websites relating to health information, from official and unofficial sources). It will develop this collection to enable more health research using the UK Web Archive. Along with building the collection of web-based materials, the Web Archivists will also contribute to setting up and testing new processes for web archiving, participate in a research network that includes a broad range of researchers and practitioners, as well as take part in user research to better understand researchers’ use of health-related materials published online and web archives more broadly.  

Application for the Bodleian Library here  

Application for the Cambridge University Library here

Application for the Edinburgh University Library here

Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC), deadline 14 November

The IOPC is recruiting for two Document and Records Compliance Coordinators and two Archive and Record Assistants to be based at any location of the IOPC (Birmingham, Cardiff, Croydon, London, Sale, Wakefield, Warrington). The deadline for applications is 14/11/21. All information and applications here

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