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Job: Collections Manager (Projects), National Media Museum


Collections Manager (Projects)
Bradford and York
£20,717 p.a.
Fixed term until October 2011

 

NMSI is undertaking a major review and relocation of its reserve collections currently stored at the National Media Museum (NMeM) in Bradford and the National Railway Museum (NRM) in York. As Collections Manager (Projects), you will coordinate the review and rationalisation of the stored collections in both Museums. 

Reporting to the NMSI Major Projects Manager, you will provide curatorial expertise as part of a highly efficient project team. You will ensure that collections are cared for and conserved in line with Museum standards and broader legislative requirements. When required, you will also oversee safe transfer to new locations. 

Significant collections management experience is essential, with in-depth knowledge of object handling, logistics and collections care. You must be able to master a brief quickly, lead a small team and make the right decisions at the right times. This is an opportunity to make a positive, long-term impact on core NMSI collections – and your meticulous approach and collaborative style will set an example for others to follow. 

For a full job description please email recruitment@nationalmediamuseum.org.uk

 

Interested? Please send your CV and covering letter to recruitment@nationalmediamuseum.org.uk 


We regret that we can only respond to successful applicants.

No agencies please.

We are an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all sections of the community in which we work. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people and we guarantee interviews to suitably qualified disabled applicants.

Deadline for applications: 8th March 2011

 

 

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