£21500.00 – £21500.00

A Junior Researcher is needed to join the specialist team of a leading firm of genealogists based in London. This is a fantastic opportunity where you will play a vital role in researching and tracing living heirs as swiftly as possible, utilizing all available resources, both internal and external. You will contribute to maintaining the company’s reputation and professionalism while fulfilling this essential function.

This reputable genealogy and international probate research firm specialises in tracing beneficiaries and provides a range of services tailored to assist estate administration professionals both within the UK and overseas.

Working at the forefront of the company the Junior Researcher can expect a varied role that entails conducting accurate genealogical research to locate heirs, guided by the Research Director or Research Case Manager. Responsibilities include managing certificate applications, visiting archives when necessary, updating family trees, collaborating with colleagues, and maintaining detailed time records for research tasks.

To qualify… Whether you call yourself a Junior Researcher / Research Associate / Heir Tracing Specialist / Inheritance Researcher / Ancestral Researcher or similar, we don’t mind, your CV just needs to demonstrate:

  • Self-confidence, enthusiasm, intelligence, and a personable demeanour.
  • Effective communication skills, both in presentation and verbally.
  • Cultural sensitivity and an understanding of diverse backgrounds.
  • Willingness to follow guidance and adhere to established procedures.
  • Punctuality and reliability in fulfilling assigned tasks.
  • A Level or equivalent education.
  • Candidates must have the right to work in the UK.

This is a real opportunity for a passionate Junior Researcher to make a difference for an industry leader. In return you can expect, additional leave, company events, company pension, cycle to work scheme, sick pay, yearly bonus and much more.