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Job: Assistant Curator, Sound and Vision Galleries

The National Media Museum is looking for someone with a genuine passion for contemporary museum practice who can help us showcase some of our iconic objects in a way that is engaging and exciting to our visitors.

Using your knowledge of museum practice in collections, experience in research and excellent communications you will support the development of our new galleries. For the first time we will be presenting our collections together in two newdisplays telling the story of photography, film, television and sound technologies. You will support the creation of these displays working on a range of tasks from cataloguing and researching our objects, championing audience engagement and building strong relationships with our stakeholders.

This a great opportunity to become part of a curatorial team at a national museum working with an iconic collection. For the right candidate this is a chance to start your career and should not be missed! 

The salary range is £18,500-£20,000pa and the deadline for applications is 9 October. 

For further information see the vacancy information pack.

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