Job Listing: Family and Community Programme Manager at The British Library

The British Library is looking to recruit a highly organised and experienced individual to manage the development and delivery of the family and community programme. Salary: £32k. Closing: 29 June 2020

Job Listing: HR Business Partner at The British Library

The British Library is searching for a HR Business Partner with excellent interpersonal and communication skills to drive forward the Library's strategic change agenda. Salary: £48K. Closes: 3 May 2020.

Job Listing: UK-China Library Forum Coordinator at The British Library

The British Library is recruiting a UK-China Library Forum Coordinator to lead on developing, delivering and evaluating a Forum in multiple UK locations, with delegates from China and across the UK. Salary: £32k. Closes: 18 March 2020.

Job Listing: Public Policy Officer at the British Library

The British Library is hiring a Public Policy Officer to join a world leading cultural institution in the heart of London’s Knowledge Quarter, at a fascinating moment in its history as it delivers it ambitious Living Knowledge vision ahead of its 50th anniversary in 2023. Salary: £32,000. Closes: 3 October.

Job Listing: Head of PR Campaigns

The British Library is hiring a Head of PR Campaigns to lead the British Library's press and media team. Salary: £39,000. Closes: 5 July 2019.
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Guest Post: Digital Transformations for UK Public Libraries: Five Approaches to a ‘Single Digital Presence’

In 2017 the British Library began exploring the possibility of a 'single digital presence' for public libraries throughout the United Kingdom. In this guest post, Jake Millar describes the five areas of intervention required to make this a reality.
The new Story Garden beside the British Library

British Library and Global Generation 'Story Garden' Given a Very Green Light

The British Library has received planning permission to open a temporary community garden in Somers Town, in partnership with Global Generation. The urban oasis arrives as a response to the community’s wishes for more green space, and is part of the British Library’s wider work with the local community.