Work with UCL Museums & Collections

We are currently recruiting for:

Grant Museum Curator

Duration of post: Permanent, full time

Salary: Grade 7: £33,353 - £40,313 (Inclusive of London weighting; annual cost of living increase pending)

The Grant Museum Curator’s primary responsibility will be to undertake curatorial work and collections care and management for the Grant Museum collection, including documentation, imaging, storage, collections development and databases. The post-holder also plays an active role in the development and delivery of appropriate university teaching, and encourages and facilitates research and teaching use of the collection. The Curator participates in the development of new exhibitions and displays, and will participate fully in the Department’s public engagement programmes.

The Curator will work closely with colleagues across UCL Museums and Collections and PACE and will report to the Grant Museum Manager. The post-holder will play an active role in the Grant Museum team and will work closely alongside the Museum Manager, Learning and Access Officer and UCL Museums Collections Management team in developing and delivering the overall strategic aims of the Grant Museum and wider UCL PACE services.

The role requires very good levels of subject-specific knowledge and collections management experience, as well as a track record in public engagement and advocacy within the museum sector.

For a FULL JOB DESCRIPTION and TO APPLY, please follow the instructions on our web site


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