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Job: Digital Imaging Officer (National Maritime Museum)

The Museum’s Photographic Studio creates and supplies images for a wide range of internal and external clients. The Studio is part of the Commercial Division consisting of income-generating departments including Picture Library, Retail, Admissions, Events and Marketing.

Carry out scanning, post-production, printing and photography for the Studio. You will be part of a photographic team providing a comprehensive service within the Museum. Reporting to: Deputy Head of Photography.

Key responsibilities:
•Digitise archival material including scanning and retouching.
•Deliver images to Museum’s high photographic standards and agreed specifications.
•Save image files to the server with accurate metadata to agreed Studio guidelines.
•Regularly scan negatives and ship plans held off-site at Brass Foundry archive, Woolwich.
•Produce prints to client specification and to deadline.
•Handle and manage imaging equipment including scanners, printers and RIP. Monitor stock of consumables such as ink and paper.
•Support Studio and museum colleagues with other tasks, including occasional photographic assignments.

To apply please email a CV and covering letter to or post to Human Resources, National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NF.

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