Job Opportunities (27.09.2018)

2018-09-27

Project Curator: Northern Dongola Reach, The British Museum

The British Museum's Ancient Egypt and Sudan department are recruiting for a Project Curator to organise and deliver, as field director, the Museum's fieldwork in the Northern Dongola Reach during winter 2018/19, as part of the Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project.

Curator, International Art (Middle East), Tate

Since Tate Modern opened in 2000, its programme of major temporary exhibitions, collection displays, commissions, live performance, and film programme has developed in diversity, scope and profile. In 2016 Tate Modern opened the Blavatnik Building increasing the scope and breadth of the exhibition and collection displays. The Tate Modern curatorial team ensures the highest standard of content and delivery of this programme.

This exciting position offers the chance to play a leading role helping Tate to fulfil its ambition of rethinking the history of modern and contemporary art from alternative geographies and multiple vantage points. You will work within the Curatorial department, supporting the research and acquisition of modern and contemporary Middle Eastern art working closely with Tate's Middle East North Africa Acquisitions Committee (MENAAC) and contributing and supporting the strategy for representing Middle Eastern art in the programme.


Explainer, Science Museum Group


Head of Exhibitions and Interpretation, Science Museum Group (National Science and Media Museum)

In this role, you will lead a dedicated and driven team of colleagues across exhibitions, content development and interpretation, ensuring our collections and knowledge are shared through story-led, innovative, visitor-focussed design.

As part of the Museum Senior Management Team, you will interpret information, support the design of narrative and deliver unique gallery content throughout the museum and beyond, collaborating with colleagues to bring our curatorial voice to life and ensure authenticity of the stories we tell.

Visitor Experience Assistant, Japan House London

The Visitor Experience Assistant will be an integral part of the visitor-facing team that will have responsibility to ensure, through providing exceptional standards of visitor experience, that all Japan House London visitors are welcomed warmly, encouraged to learn about and engage with the exhibitions and programmes, have a safe and enjoyable visit and collect visitor survey data. They will offer visitors a variety of personal attention and services, information and products to enhance their visit in an animated, courteous and informed manner. They will also support the security presence in all public spaces and ensure that the Health and Safety Policy is adhered to. This will include managing visitor flow, being alert to potential hazards, and responding to a variety of needs.


Co-Director of Facilities - Vero Beach Museum of Art

The Co-Director of Facilities has primary responsibility for administering all aspects of Museum facilities, mechanical systems and property management. Responsibilities include project planning, establishing schedules and structure to the department, creating effective policies and procedures, budget preparation and management, staffing, and management of on-going preventive maintenance and capital improvements. The successful candidate will succeed the current Director of Facilities when he retires next year.


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