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Job opportunities (2.12.2021)

2021-12-02

Keeper of Science and Technology, National Museums Scotland

National Museums now seeks exceptional candidates for the role of Keeper of Science & Technology. This department's collection of some 100,000 scientific, technical and medical artefacts range from medieval astrolabes to genome sequencers; from giant stationary steam engines to prototype wind turbines; from the Wright Brothers' engine to Concorde. 

Visitor Experience Assistant, Royal Air Force Museum

The Visitor Experience Assistants will deliver a range of visitor experiences, providing consistently high standards of customer care and actively support the strategic priorities of the museum, especially in relation to interpreting the story of the RAF and increasing commercial income.
The position requires excellent communication skills with a positive and enthusiastic attitude, delivering a warm welcome to everyone you meet.

IS Senior Project Manager, THE BRITISH MUSEUM

The British Museum is looking for a proactive individual with strong organizational and inter-personal skills as well as excellent oral and written communication ability to help drive the Museum's digital and technology transformation.

In this role, you will get the opportunity to work with stakeholders across the entire Museum, from commercial to curatorial, to deliver a wide variety of IT projects.

This is a unique opportunity to deliver change to one of the world's most iconic and valuable cultural heritage institutions and be part of a community of people passionate about the values of the Museum and its 260-year legacy of providing free access to the history of the world.

 Head of Collections, The Wiener Holocaust Library

The strategic goal of The Wiener Holocaust Library is to serve as Britain's Holocaust Archive. We want to give people the tools they need to engage successfully with this critically important but difficult subject. The collections of the Library must be developed in such a way as to promote the institution's reputation as the nation's premier specialist collection for research and learning about the Holocaust and other genocides.
The Library's Head of Collections will need to support, sustain and shape the growth of the Library's collections accordingly, both physical and digital.