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Job: Curator of New Media

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Monday, September 18. 2006 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

The application date for this opportunity has passed.


National Museum of Photography, Film & Television
Location: Yorkshire & Humberside
Salary: £26,627 - £36,326
Closing date: 6 Oct 2006

The multiple award-winning NMPFT celebrates the power of the still and moving image which shape our understanding of the world. The Museum offers exciting opportunities to enjoy a rewarding, varied and challenging future within an open and inclusive culture for individuals with the skills we are looking for.

Assisting with the development of a New Media Collection, you will translate this subject area into engaging and innovative exhibitions, events and publications which appeal to a diverse range of audiences. An appreciation of how new media technologies can be used by museums, broadcasters and other channels to affect lives positively is essential.

The ideal candidate will have an arts related degree coupled with at least 5 years' experience in a gallery or similar environment. Strategically, commercially and financially aware, you have the credibility to manage a budget - making decisions confidently and sharing best practice at all times to create a truly memorable experience for our visitors. If you can add to this creative flair underpinned by some experience of working with artists and creative agents, bring your skills to an organisation that's as ambitious as you are.

We regret that we can only respond to successful applicants. No agencies. The NMPFT is an equal opportunities employer and particularly welcomes candidates from ethnic minority backgrounds.

To apply please send your CV and covering letter to Sabia Akhtar, HR Department, NMPFT, Pictureville, Bradford BDI INQ Tel 01274 203300 or email: nmpft.personnel -at- nmsi.ac.uk
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