The Society (based at Burlington House in London) is a registered charity and the oldest learned society in Britain concerned with the material remains of the past. The Society consists of 3,000 Fellows who are scholars and practitioners working across the cultural heritage sector. The Society also owns and manages a historic property in Oxfordshire, Kelmscott Manor, which was the former Cotswolds retreat of William Morris and the final home of his daughter, May Morris.
Sorry, there are currently no vacancies.
Open House Fridays Volunteers for Sensing History
Become a Visitor Welcome and Room Steward Volunteer and support The Society of Antiquaries Sensing History programme, an exciting, new, public engagement, sharing 300 hundred years of collecting history!
Download the full details here.
Apply to be a volunteer here.
If you are interested in interacting with the public, want to be surrounded by a unique historic collection and join a fantastic team, with great benefits then please email Rhiannon Litterick.
Still Searching for a Heritage Position?
We may not have any positions available at the moment, or maybe just not ones you’re interested in. However, you can check out the latest version of our fortnightly e-newsletter, SALON, for notices of heritage vacancies.