[tdwg] Curation & Digitisation Assistant post at Cambridge University Herbarium (CGE): deadline 10th Jan 2022
Lauren M. Gardiner (she/her)
lmg32 at cam.ac.uk
Tue Jan 4 11:18:04 UTC 2022
Happy New Year from the Cambridge University Herbarium!
Would you like to be the Curation & Digitisation Assistant at the Cambridge University Herbarium, part of the Department of Plant Sciences? This is a new and exciting post and we are looking for someone with experience of working in herbaria/museum/library/archives, ideally with natural history collections. Funding is available for a fixed term 12 month contract in the first instance, full-time or part-time. The University of Cambridge actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all. The deadline for applications is 10th January 2022. You can find more information and the more detailed further particulars here: https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/32760/.
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With all very best wishes,
Dr Lauren M. Gardiner FLS (pronouns: she/her)| Curator of the Cambridge University Herbarium (CGE) and Academic Librarian for the Department of Plant Sciences | CB2 1LR | Email: herbarium at plantsci.cam.ac.uk<mailto:herbarium at plantsci.cam.ac.uk> | @CUHerb<https://twitter.com/cuherb> | YouTube Channel<http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4zZgFGfje_I7_k2my_zeqA>
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