Work with us
We are looking for someone who will work with colleagues in the curatorial and marketing teams to develop and implement the Museums exhibitions programme:
- Manage and organise the museum’s exhibition programme; either developing displays in house or working in partnership with local groups or external curators to deliver a vibrant temporary exhibition programme.
- Build partnerships with our Wessex Museums Partners, local and national museums, groups and organisations to develop and deliver collaborative projects that lead to temporary exhibitions.
- Work with the marketing team to develop publicity material for temporary exhibitions, including posters, leaflets, website pages and press releases.
- Manage the budgets for temporary exhibitions and keep close control over income and expenditure.
- Responsible for the administration of all loans into the museum relating to temporary exhibitions.
- Appoint and manage external contractors to help deliver the exhibitions programme when necessary. These include contractors relating to object transportation, construction and graphics.
- Contribute to events and educational activities as required, and to contribute to the evaluation and monitoring of these activities.
- Seek and apply for funding from external organisations for temporary exhibitions in collaboration with the museum’s Development Officer
- Support the development of exhibition-related merchandise for the Museum Shop with the Retail Manager.
Working hours: 21 hours a week
Pay: £13,464 per annum pro rata, equivalent to an annual salary of £22,440
Contract: until March 2020
Closing date: Friday 6 February 2018 at 5pm.
Interview date: we would like to interview shortlisted candidates on 21 February 2018. Please let us know if this is convenient for you.
Target start date: beginning of April 2018.
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