Records Manager and Archivist – Medical Mission Sisters

Records Manager and Archivist Based in Acton, London W3 9LP

A committed records manager and archivist is required on a part-time basis by mutual agreement to work in the General Archives of the Medical Mission Sisters, an international congregation of Roman Catholic women religious with headquarters located in West London.

You will possess a recognized qualification in records management and/or archives administration with a minimum of 1-2 years post qualification experience. We welcome applications also from those newly qualified with experience through volunteering and internship. You will be expected to demonstrate a high degree of self-motivation and initiative working in a small private general archive. You must have good communication and interpersonal skills for teamwork and an experience-based knowledge of IT.

You will be responsible for the overall management and administration of the General Archive.

You will liaise in an advisory capacity with the Sisters who are responsible for local archives in other parts of the Society.

The archive chronicles the twentieth century development of the Roman Catholic Church’s provision of professional medical care by women for women and the evolution of its healing mission. You will have a unique opportunity to contribute to this rich international historical archive.

We are reasonably accessible by transport and have a lovely set up.

Part-time – 21 hours

(Salary) £ 28,000 – £ 29,000, pro rata, depending on experience

For a full job description email: or by telephone 0208 992 6444

Closing Date: October 30, 2019

To apply please send CV with cover letter plus 2 references to

A charity registered in England and Wales: 1072554

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