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Job: Associate Curator of Broadcast and Television / closes 5 August

Across Science Museum Group, our curatorial team are committed to inspiring futures by sustaining and growing our world-class collection and delivering a creative and bold programme of outputs including exhibitions, galleries, events and online narratives.

To support this vision, we are looking for an Associate Curator of Broadcast and Television to join us in at the National Science and Media Museum, in Bradford, on a 12-month, fixed-term contract.

In this role, you will work across the breadth of our subject area, undertaking research to identify objects, create rationales for acquisition and disposal and draw out meaning from our extraordinary media collections, whilst allowing you to develop your existing understanding in the material culture of broadcast and film.

Joining us, you will bring excellent collections development experience and storytelling ability, allowing you to carry out research and work with specialists to communicate your knowledge of the history of broadcasting and television to non-specialist audiences.

You will be offered excellent benefits including 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, BUPA medical and dental healthcare, the ability to join our excellent pension scheme, an interest free loan offer and numerous staff discounts whilst developing your career in a world class museum group.

For further information please visit our website

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