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National Media Museum, BradfordThe National Media Museum, Bradford, is advertising for one full-time and one part-time context developer to undertake research to a given brief and to be assigned to a project for a defined period to support Exhibition Organisers, Curators or Web Developers. You will undertake picture research and rights clearance and liaise with outside institutions to obtain information. The salary is £18,900.00 per annum (pro rata for part-time).

The National Media Museum is an interdisciplinary organisation recognised for the strength of its world-class collections, acclaimed temporary exhibitions, international film festivals and its unique permanent galleries.

The Exhibitions & Displays team is responsible for delivering 6 exhibitions per year, up to three displays, exhibition associated web sites, audiovisual content, and a publication entitled Archive.

As a Content Developer you will assist with the production of all of these areas of activity. You will be required to undertake research to a given brief and will be assigned to a project for a defined period to support Exhibition Organisers, Curators or Web Developers. You will undertake picture research and rights clearance and liaise with outside institutions to obtain information.

This role calls for an informed interest in photography, film, television or new media and a good understanding of museum-based exhibitions and learning resources. You should also have strong writing, research and organisational skills, supported by experience of managing projects, working as part of a team and following briefs.

Closing Date: 31st May 2009 Interviews: 8/9th June 2009

Contract Type: 1xFull Time role (35 hours per week) 1xPart Time role (21 hours per week)

To apply, please write with full CV and covering letter to: The HR Department, National Media Museum, Bradford BD1 1NQ or email: recruitment@nationalmediamuseum.org.uk

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