Research Assistant Needed: 9/11 Memorial Registries

9/11 Memorial

EXHIBITIONS RESEARCH ASSISTANT

(P/T, Temporary)

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Exhibitions Research Assistant will provide support primarily for the 9/11 Memorial Registries, a complex and data-rich site that records firsthand accounts of witnesses and survivors, rescue and recovery workers, and tracks memorials throughout the globe. Reporting to the Exhibition Coordinator, the Exhibitions Research Assistant will conduct research and develop content for the site, help with site maintenance and data upkeep, participate in outreach efforts to registrants, and complete other research and special projects, as needed.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS REQUIREMENT

GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY

The National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center Foundation, Inc. is committed to workforce diversity. EEO

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