-Bachelor’s degree in a history related field. -Genealogical training. -General computer skills including internet, e-mail, and word processing. -3-4 years of professional genealogical experience -Ability to analyze documents and compile detailed narrative research reports.
Please submit a cover-letter, resume, and a written sample of genealogical research to: Michelle Major email@example.com Human Resources Coordinator
May 20, 2015
Hourly, depends on experience
To advance the study of family history in America and beyond, the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) educates, inspires, and connects people through our scholarship, collections, and expertise.
Founded in 1845, NEHGS is the country’s oldest and largest nonprofit genealogical organization.
The NEHGS research library is home to tens of millions of books, journals, manuscripts, photographs, microfilms, documents, records, and other artifacts that date back more than five centuries. The award-winning website www.AmericanAncestors.org offers access to more than 200 million names in thousands of searchable databases. Serving more than 70,000 members and registered users internationally, the NEHGS staff includes some of the leading expert genealogists in the country, specializing in early American, Irish, English, Italian, Scottish, Atlantic and French Canadian, and Jewish genealogy.