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Job: Assistant Curator (Prince Albert Project)

Royal Collection Trust is embarking on a major project exploring the life, works and legacy of Prince Albert. The Collection, formed of prints and early photographs, is an indispensable resource for the study of the many works collected and commissioned by Prince Albert.

As part of our Photographs team, you'll research this relatively unexplored area of the Royal Collection, uncovering fascinating stories and bringing them alive through catalogues, presentations and new resources.

Developing your own expertise, as well as the teams' knowledge, you'll also share your discoveries with a wider audience through presentation and interpretation.

At the same time, you'll make sure the photograph collection has proper custodial control, and will edit and update existing online records, ensuring they are accessible and easy to navigate.

Drawing on expertise from teams across Royal Collection Trust, collaboration will be part of your daily routine and will be key to your success.

But, above all, your passion for stewardship and interpretation will help to preserve the photographic heritage of this unique collection.

January 2018
January 2020
£23,000 - £25,000 per annum, dependent on experience

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