National Museums Liverpool currently have the post(s) of Researcher (Assistant Curator) – Maritime Museum available.
Liverpool’s Maritime Museum is embarking on a new voyage as part of a major project that will create new display galleries to tell the maritime stories of one of the world’s great ports.
They’re looking for someone to be part of the curatorial team that will use the Museum’s outstanding collections to create the content of these new galleries. You’ll support the curators and work with collections to research the rich and diverse stories of maritime Liverpool. This exciting project is an opportunity to be part of reshaping one of the U.K.’s great maritime museums.
Join them on Wednesday 23 March for an insight event online with National Museums Liverpool who are currently recruiting for roles including this one, within the International Slavery Museum / Maritime Museum Project. You’ll hear about their organisation, the work of their teams as well as find out more about these job opportunities currently being advertised. You’ll get to meet some of the staff recruiting as well as get the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
To register for a place please email email@example.com no later than 5pm on Monday 21 March This online event will be conducted via Microsoft Teams, and they’ll send you the link to join, in advance. Don’t worry you don’t need to install anything; you simply click the link and join.
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