The Science and Industry Museum (SIM), part of the Science Museum Group (SMG), explores how ideas can change the world, from the Industrial Revolution to today.
In 2021 they will open their new £5m Special Exhibitions Gallery, where they will stage major science exhibitions developed with a range of partners.
To support this work, they are now looking for an Interpretation Manager to join on a permanent basis at SIM. In this role, you will be responsible for interpretation and content development across the museum, primarily in temporary exhibitions.
You will champion the importance of effective interpretation and how it can transform engagement and understanding in their audiences.
Driving excellent internal communication and multi-disciplinary working, you will collaborate with a small team of Interpretation Managers and Developers, and together, you will be involved in the research, design, digital, text and interactive elements across several projects.
You will lead the creative force in the Exhibitions and Gallery Projects team pushing to ensure their audience are at the heart of what they do and that they deliver high-quality, world-class content.
Joining them, you will be able to draw on your negotiation skills and creative solutions-focused approach to assist in the collaborative nature of this role.
Being able to bring their collections to life is essential in this role, so you will be able to communicate complex or big ideas in an engaging way, telling a great story whilst tailoring the approach to different audiences.
You will be organised and efficient, capable of managing multiple streams of work with varying deadlines, as well as managing relationships to ensure expectations are met and managed.
For further details and to apply, please visit their website: http://bit.ly/3rWnuZ3
Applications close 25 January.