The scheme is run ‘for-credit’ and ‘not-for-credit’ allowing current MLS students to complement their studies with practical training and providing recent graduates with their first library related work experience.Architecture_media_politics_society (AMPS C.I.O.) is a non-profit research organization. Its peer-reviewed, open access journal Architecture_MPS (ISSN 2050-9006) is published with UCL Press. It represents a first in scholarly publication in that it is run by both an academic and a librarian team.
Several positions are available in:
Job 1. Digital Archive/ Resource Repository/Outreach
You will be integral to collating an innovative resource repository of open access online information. Central to this will be outreach through online channels, principally social media (Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest). The resources will vary and will be related to our conferences, research programs and the areas investigated by our international team of researchers.
Job 2. Reference/Research Support
You will be responsible for supporting the academic researchers engaged in AMPS publications and research programs and more generally supporting the needs of the organization. You do not need subject experience. Typical research areas include architecture librarianship, urbanism, sustainability, health and government policy. You will report to the Head of Research.
Read more about the Intern Training Program here (including statements from former interns):