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Assistant Curator

Salary:£22,627-£24,491 / Grade F

Service Unit:Museum

Closing Date:22/06/2021

Post Number:3598

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Salary: £22,627 - £24,491 Pro-rata

Part time: 22hrs 12 mins a week (Mon-Fri - One day should be Friday)

Contract: fixed term until end of March 2022

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) is a service of Exeter City Council. RAMM is a much loved institution at the heart of Exeter and Devon's cultural life which tells local and international stories with its exceptional collections and a dynamic programme of temporary exhibitions. In 2018 RAMM secured National Portfolio Organisation funding from Arts Council England. We are seeking one post in the Collections and Content team.

Assistant Curator (22.2 hours) Fixed term until end of March 2022

The successful candidate will complement the museum’s existing curatorial team. They will assist with the management of RAMM’s collections (world cultures, natural history, costume and textiles, antiquities and art) to recognised professional standards (SPECTRUM), taking a lead in the curation of the Fine Art collection. They will be expected to lead on specified temporary exhibitions and contribute to the interpretation of collections through digital media, as well as dealing with enquires and requests for collection images. We are seeking someone with experience in collections management databases and writing web content who, ideally, has a curatorial background in Fine Art.

Exeter City Council is an equal opportunities employer and encourages employees to work flexibly in a way that not only meets their work responsibilities, but also suits individual lifestyle choices and home commitments.

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Last updated 1 June 2021