Imagine a world without archives: without records, we could not trace our ancestry, hold government and institutions to account or carry out pioneering academic research. Archives matter and at The National Archives we are always seeking new ways to broaden, enable and enhance access to the 11 million records we hold in our collections. One such way that we achieve this is through the mass digitisation of our collections in conjunction with commercial partners in genealogy and academic publishing. About the role: Digitisation projects are a key part of The National Archives’ business, access and preservation strategies. They involve multiple departments working interdependently to bring a project together, and allow us to build valuable partnerships with external clients and compan

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