Senior Academic Consultant, An Oral History of British Science
Freelance consultancy over two years
St Pancras, London
National Life Stories (www.bl.uk/nls) runs a national oral history fieldwork programme collecting interviews with people from a wide cross-section of British life for public access at the British Library. An Oral History of British Science is a major initiative creating an archive for the study and public understanding of contemporary science and technology in Britain through 200 in-depth interviews with British scientists. An Oral History of British Science has been underway since November 2009, see http://www.bl.uk/historyofscience.
We are seeking a Senior Academic Consultant with a track-record in the contemporary history of science to help us shape and manage the project.
This is a flexible freelance consultancy, commanding attractive fees over a two year period commensurate with experience.
For more information about this position and the full job specification please view the job advert at jobs.ac.ukhttp://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ACC868/senior-academic-consultant-an-oral-history-of-british-science and click through to the ‘further particulars’ link.
To apply you should send a CV and a covering statement explaining how your experience and skills meet the requirements specified in the job profile to:
An Oral History of British Science, National Life Stories, British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
All applications must be received by 5pm on Sunday 6 February 2011.
Interviews will take place at the British Library on the morning of Tuesday 22 February 2011.