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Award winning, visionary and truly unique, the National Media Museum embraces photography, film, television, radio and the web. Part of the NMSI family of museums, we aim to engage, inspire and educate through comprehensive collections, innovative education programmes and a powerful yet sensitive approach to contemporary issues.

You’ll support museum activities by providing a range of audio-visual and broadcasting services. This includes producing educational multimedia content in a range of formats, as well as filming and editing events for broadcast and distribution. Needless to say, you will be involved at every stage of media production, from concept and shooting to editing and mastering. You’ll also provide technical support and advice to colleagues throughout the NMSI and ensure the Television department is up-to-date with the latest technologies, such as live streaming and online video archiving. This is a great opportunity to produce brand-new multimedia content in a highly creative environment, while also working with landmark TV and film footage.

Contract Type: Permanent 35 hours per week. Salary: £23,500.00 per annum

To join us, you’ll need a good track record in location video and audio recording, extensive knowledge of linear and non-linear audio and video editing and experience of recording, lighting and live production in a TV studio environment. You should also have experience of the software used in live or post-production, such as Final Cut Pro, Discreet Combustion, 3D-Studio, Adobe Encore, Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Powerpoint, supported by knowledge of a number of historic and current media formats, particularly 1” C-Format, 1/4” audio tape, Laserdisc, Umantic, D-2 & 3, Betacam SP, DV, DVD, DAT, Minidisc, MPEG-1/2 and various streaming formats. At the same time, you will need the capability to maintain existing hardware and develop new systems.

We regret that we can only respond to successful applicants. No agencies please.

We are an equal opportunities employer

Closing Date: 26th May 2009 Interviews: 4th June 2009

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

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