Programme Director / Curator
Stanley Kubrick Archive, London College of Communication
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£38,912 - £46,911 (potential for contribution pay up to £52,282) | Elephant & Castle, SE1
(2 year fixed term contract)
The archives of the internationally acclaimed and legendary film maker Stanley Kubrick arrived at London College of Communication in March 2007. This unique legacy comprises of scripts, treatments, drafts, working and research documents, costumes, props, books and film equipment. Its potential for the advancement of research and teaching in filmmaking is immense.
Working closely with the Manager of the archive, your duties will include organising a bi-annual Stanley Kubrick programme, arranging the curation of regular exhibitions and leading cross-university research and academic programming. Everything will be geared towards maximising the potential of the archives and inspiring further generations of film makers.
You will be an enthusiast of Kubrick's work and bring a broad knowledge of film production alongside a record of academic or film research and publication. Added to that, you'll have a good knowledge of film and media curatorial practice, an inspiring approach to management and communication and be backed by a qualification at Masters Level or an equivalent depth of academic experience.
In return, the University offers a competitive employment package including a salary that reflects working in London; generous annual leave; a final salary pension scheme; and a commitment to your continuing personal and career development in an environment that encourages creativity, diversity and excellence. Relocation assistance is also available.
This post is subject to a criminal records check by the CRB.
Closing date: 23rd June 2008
To receive your application pack (CVs alone will not be accepted) please contact,
Sandra Borley, School of Media, University of the Arts London, Elephant and Castle, London SE1 6SB. Telephone 020 7514 6806 or email: s.borley -at- lcc.arts.ac.uk
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