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Job: Project Manager, National Science+Media Museum / closes 3 February 2019

The National Science and Media Museum in Bradford (NSMM) houses a 3-screen cinema operation including Europe's first IMAX. The NSMM Pictureville cinema (300 seats) and Cubby Broccoli cinema (100 seats) screen the best of independent cinema with selected mainstream titles and a Screen Arts programme. IMAX (218 seats) screens the best feature titles available in IMAX format and a regular programme of shorter educational IMAX films for families and pre-booked groups.

As of 31st October 2019, the Museum's cinema operation will transfer from Picturehouse Cinemas to the Science Museum Group, to be managed in-house.  To support our growth and vision, we are looking for a Project Manager to oversee this transfer on a fixed term contract until 31st December 2019.

Using your experience and a collaborative approach, you will work closely with the Project Steering Group and wider teams across Picturehouse, National Science and Media Museum and Science Museum Group, to ensure an efficient transfer of operations within the defined timescales.

Joining us, you will have enthusiasm for our vision and a passion for film. Bringing experience and an understanding of how projects are successfully planned and delivered, you will be able to drive decisions, manage budgets and proactively identify and mitigate project risks.

You will be offered excellent benefits, including 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, a contributory pension scheme, BUPA medical and dental care, an annual season ticket loan and numerous staff discounts whilst developing your career in a world class museum group.

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