AHRB seeks external PR director

The Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) is looking to hire its first external relations director, to be based in Bristol. A new government body, the board will allocate funds for advanced research and post-graduate studentships in the arts and humanities. Reporting to CEO Paul Langford, the role is responsible for developing and promoting the board’s communications strategy to the research community and other stakeholders. The board is funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the Department of Education for Northern Ireland and the British Academy.

The Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) is looking to hire

its first external relations director, to be based in Bristol. A new

government body, the board will allocate funds for advanced research and

post-graduate studentships in the arts and humanities. Reporting to CEO

Paul Langford, the role is responsible for developing and promoting the

board’s communications strategy to the research community and other

stakeholders. The board is funded by the Higher Education Funding

Council for England, the Department of Education for Northern Ireland

and the British Academy.



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