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Records Assistant – Fixed Term

Full time:
35 hours / 5 days per week

Application deadline: 9am on Monday 10 January 2022

Interviews held: Tuesday 18 January / Wednesday 19 January 2021

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Records Assistant – Fixed Term

Full time (35 hours / 5 days per week), 9 months fixed term contract, anticipated start date mid-February 2022, London Living Wage rate £11.05 per hour.

Acme is looking for a Records Assistant on a fixed term contract basis to support the work of Acme’s Records and Archive Manager. The role will be working primarily on two data collection and data entry projects:

1. Collating current and historical artist tenancy data: The post holder will be expected to compile excel spreadsheet information from current uncatalogued original paper tenancy records housed in Acme’s records room.

2. Transferring existing digital records on to a new digital database system.

Due to the nature of this role the post holder will be expected to work onsite at both the Acme Office: 44 Copperfield Road, Bow E3 4RR (2 days per week) and the Acme Records Room: 44 Bonner Road, Bethnal Green, E2 9JS (3 days per week).

Person Specification

The post holder will need exceptional attention to detail. At least 3 months experience of data entry gained within any sector. Ability to work unsupervised to written instructions. Experience of using the following systems would be advantageous: Excel, Office 365, any client or contact management software.

Knowledge of information management standards regarding personal data collection would be desirable but not essential

The post-holder will be line managed by the Records & Archive Manager.

How to apply

Please email a short CV (1 – 2 pages max) and a short letter of application max 1 page which details how you meet the above person specification.

The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 10 January 2022 and interviews will be held via Zoom on Tuesday 18 January / Wednesday 19 January 2021.

The anticipated start date for the successful candidate will be mid-February 2021.

Unfortunately, we cannot provide feedback on unsuccessful applications.

Acme exists to support the broadest possible range of artistic practice and creates opportunities for artists to develop and take greater creative risks. We passionately believe in social equity and the benefits of diversity, seeking to support, encourage and include people, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or gender expression, race, ethnicity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other equality characteristic.

We particularly encourage applications from disabled people and those from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as these groups are currently under-represented in the arts and cultural sectors.

Access Requirements

If you have any access requirements at any stage of the selection process please contact Natasha O’Brien, HR Advisor