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Two jobs are being advertised by the National Media Museum, Bradford. Curator of Photography and Photographic Technology, to manage, develop, research, interpret and present the collections of the National Media Museum, To work with a wide range of different partners – academics, enthusiasts, communities – to foster knowledge of the collections and their scientific, technological and cultural significance, and to inspire audience understanding of and engagement with these collections;

and Collections Project Manager,The National Media Museum is planning to transfer the Royal Photographic Society Collection to the V&A.  This project will enable the V&A to invest in cataloguing and digitising the collection in order to provide greater public access. This role offers an opportunity to play a central role in ensuring the future one of the best photography collections in the country.  You will be responsible for planning and co-ordinating efficient and effective delivery of the work packages to time and budget, in close collaboration with colleagues at NMeM and the V&A. You will bring together specialist teams and contractors, and liaise closely to consider and advise on opportunities, impacts, logistics and dependencies.

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