Friday, July 14, 2006

IHGS Announcement

The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies is seeking a professional genealogist with strong administrative ability to work at its office in Northgate, Canterbury, Kent on either a full or part-time basis. The job will involve undertaking research as well as assisting with planning and publicity of events, courses and other projects.

The candidate will ideally be highly organised, computer literate, able to work unsupervised, meet deadlines and have excellent written and oral communication skills. The salary is negotiable depending upon hours, ability and experience.

For further details of the position, please send a CV with a stamped addressed envelope to – IHGS, 79-82 Northgate, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1BA.

The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies was founded in Canterbury in 1961 to promote the study of the history and structure of the family and of subjects generally auxiliary to historical application.
Aided by its commercial supporting company Achievements Ltd, the Institute provides education in family history at a variety of levels for beginners to advanced students.

The Institute also runs a bookshop stocking a very comprehensive range of titles of interest to family historians, including those produced and published by the Institute and its founder Cecil R. Humphery-Smith.
Please click here for more information on Institute publications. The Institute also produces a quarterly journal Family History containing transcripts and editions of original family histories, genealogical and heraldic documents and articles, guides to research, reviews, illustrations and facsimilies of documents. Please click here for more information on Family History.

see also Happy Memories by C. H. R-S.


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