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Saturday, 09 April 2022

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Person required to undertake the First phase of an archiving project for ICRI

Person required to undertake the First phase of an archiving project for ICRI


Person required to undertake the First phase of an archiving project for ICRI

ICRI Archiving Project

The Board of ICRI would like to commission an Archivist to undertake an Archiving Project for the first phase of identifying and preserving ICRI/ICHAWI/IPCRA records. The purpose of the project is as a first phase of sorting and cataloguing the records held in multiple locations, to ensure their identification and preservation.

The Archiving Project will involve:

  • Coordination with past Board members to identify and quantify the locations, amount of collections and the years covered by the collection.

-    Identifying and cataloguing the records found.

  • Completion of an assessment and recommendations report for the second phase of the Archiving Project, which will allow for rehousing and access to the records for research, FOI and internal ICRI management purposes.

The work should be completed over 4 months and must be done at the candidates’ own office/premises.

A small working group of ICRI members will be available for direction in compilation of questions and assistance throughout the project.

The fee for this project Is €4000 inclusive of VAT. The project is expected to take 14 full days over 4 months at a standard professional fee of €300 per day.

A draft report is to be submitted for mid-August and the final report must be submitted to Board for the first week in September 2022. 50% of the fee will be paid on submission of draft report and the final 50% on submission of the final report.

Please send your letter of application explaining your experience and skills, your Curriculum Vitae and a reference to secretary@icriconservation by April 30th. A shortlist will be compiled, and the successful applicants will be interviewed in early May.

ICRI wishes to acknowledge the support of the Heritage Council for this project.

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