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Job: Autograph ABP, Archive Project Coordinator

With support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Autograph ABP is recruiting for a full time Archive Project Coordinator.

Working closely with the Archive Manager, the post holder will coordinate our new three-year Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) project, The Missing Chapter – an initiative designed to expand the scope of Autograph ABP’s existing collection, take its Photography Archive out of the gallery context, and into direct engagement with different audiences through a dedicated programme of activities and outputs.

The role is designed to:

  • Coordinate the overall professional development, delivery and facilitation of the Missing Chapter project
  • Develop and maintain relationships with key organisations, institutions and individuals collaborating on the project
  • Manage a series of projects and programmes, including a range of research and participatory outreach activities offered throughout the development and delivery phases of the project
  • Implement and manage 18 short-term internships over a three-year period
  • Support the development, promotion and maintenance of Autograph ABP’s photography collection

The post holder will be expected to work closely with the Autograph ABP Outreach Coordinator on key aspects associated with audience engagement and delivery of public programme activities as part of the Missing Chapterproject.

The person appointed will have a minimum of 3 years professional experience managing projects within the arts, media or heritage sectors.

For a detailed person specification and key responsibilities, refer to the full job application pack.

Autograph ABP is an international, non-profit-making, photographic arts organisation established in 1988 to educate the public in photography through addressing issues of cultural identity and human rights, supported by Arts Council England.

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