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Job: Collections Information Officer - Media Space

Here's another offering from the new Media Space in London - good luck!

Fixed term part time contract until 31st March 2013

The ScienceMuseum is world renowned for its historic collections, awe-inspiring galleries and inspirational exhibitions. Media Space is a major new gallery space development which will house a series of temporary exhibitions featuring the collections of NationalMediaMuseum and the ScienceMuseum. 

You’ll be based at the Science Museum and will be working to process the national and international loans for the first Media Space exhibition, Revelations. You will need to deliver collections registration and collections documentation work for the exhibition, creating records to a good standard in the object database (MIMSY XG) working as part of the team to ensure the objects are fully documented and ScienceMuseum policies are adhered to.

 During the project you will arrange delivery of objects to the museum from lenders. You will be required to work with Media Space  project staff and other museum staff including those in the Collections Information and Conservation and Collections Care teams. Experience in collections registration and dealing with insurance, indemnity and transportation of objects is essential.  

Interviews will be held on 21st September. Full details can be found here.


Job Details

Job Title:        Collections Information Officer, Loans, Media Space Project

Department:   Corporate and Collections Information, SMG

Location:        ScienceMuseum     

Reports to:     Collections Information Manager, SMG    

Part Time       18 hours per week


Posted: 29/08/2012 14:17
Start Date: Not Available
Salary: £18,909 p.a. pro rata
Location: Science Museum - London
Level: Corporate & Collections
Deadline: 12/09/2012 23:59
Hours: 18
Benefits: BUPA dental and medical; generous pension and holiday
Job Type: Part Time - Fixed Term

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