Curator of Transport Engineering Technologies Science Museum — London £28,140 – £36,247
A vacancy has arisen for a Curator of Transport to work in the Collections Unit [Engineering Technologies Group]. The post holder will develop and deploy knowledge of the past, present and future of transport in all its forms (land, water, and air), for the engagement, enjoyment and benefit of our many audiences.
In addition to the study and care of the unparalleled collections of the National Museum of Science and Industry, future work will involve support to the refurbishment of the Shipping gallery at South Kensington, representing the subject of Transport in the Museum’s outposts, and developing networks in support of the huge enthusiast and special interest groups across the field [this will exclude the bulk of the rail collections, which are covered at the National Railway Museum, York].
Candidates should have a good general education, to Masters degree level, or equivalent experience. They should be able to demonstrate detailed knowledge of one of the three main fields, a passing knowledge of a second, and a preparedness to learn about the third. Experience of working with such collections will be highly valuable.
Good communications skills, both oral and written, are needed to maximise the use of all media in imaginative and innovative ways. Candidates should be both self-motivated and good team players, and open to continuing professional development in themselves and others.
Please send your CV and Covering letter to: Alison Penny, HT Advisor, Human Resources Department, Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD Email: [email protected]
For a copy of the full job description please visit our website: www.sciencemuseum.or.uk and click on corporate and commercial.
If you have not heard by 01.01.2005 please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.