The Old House. circa 1750


Current Vacancies

Personal enquiries only please, no agencies

We are currently looking to recruit 2 part-time interns to support a number of our projects, including the smooth running of our GHFP 25 YEARS celebrations, which will include a large public engagement event in May as part of the annual Brighton Festival Fringe. Experience of event organisation and promotion, especially through social media would be an advantage.

These are paid positions based in our Brighton office. Please note that we require all interns to already hold a masters level qualification in a relevant subject area. 

To enquire, please contact

Ongoing Opportunities:


The GHFP Research Institute offers paid internships for those who have recently completed masters or doctoral research and who would like to expand their research interests and further develop their research capacities.

Interns will be given the opportunity to work on one of our research projects or to support our research programmes. Internships are typically based in our Brighton office.

Applications are open all year around. For enquiries, please email:  

To apply, please send a short CV, a Covering Letter detailing your reasons for applying and suitability for the role, and a writing sample to:   

Research Associates

The GHFP Research Institute welcomes senior scholars and established researchers who are interested in becoming a GHFP Research Associate. Research Associates can take advantage of the Institute’s rich resources and have access to leading thinkers, scholars and practitioners by participating in regular GHFP research activities, including seminars, symposia, conferences and other events. Research Associates might also choose to play an active part in our research within a particular theme or strand and/or contribute to one of our book projects.

Research Association is open to scholars and researchers whose research expertise and interests fall in one or more areas of the GHFP’s research focus.

To express an interest, please email:

To apply, please write to with a full CV, a list of research achievement and publications, and a Cover Letter explaining the ways that a GHFP association might be mutually beneficial and meaningful.