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  • Deadline: Friday, July 26, 2024 - 23:30
    Employer: Leeds City Council
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: 22.33 Hours Part Time
    Salary: £34,834 - £36,648 (pro rata)

    The Designated collection of natural science comprises around 800,000 specimens and is hugely diverse in terms of subject area, specimen type and taxonomic range. The Curator will be responsible, as part of a job-share, for the development, care and interpretation of this important collection, facilitating access with audiences and supporting our learning and community programmes. The collections are primarily displayed in the Life on Earth gallery at Leeds City Museum and in the publicly accessible collections store at Leeds Discovery Centre.

    The role is integral to Leeds Museums...

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  • Deadline: Sunday, July 28, 2024 - 00:00
    Employer: The Polar Museum, Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
    Contract Duration: 18 months Fixed Term (with strong potential for extension, depending on external funding)
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £29,095-£33,966

    An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Polar Museum team at the Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI), to work as part of a tight-knit team to develop and deliver inclusive and accessible projects and activities which engage a diverse range of audiences with the Polar Museum collections and SPRI research as a whole. The role holder will develop, deliver, co-ordinate and administer the Learning and Public Engagement programme, including planning and delivering educational sessions, creating learning resources, co-ordinating formal education visits and activities, and delivering...

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  • Deadline: Wednesday, July 31, 2024 - 00:00
    Employer: Amgueddfa Cymru - Museum Wales
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £33,562.09 - £38,238.91

    The main purpose of the role is to provide authoritative expertise on species native to Wales and those that are currently, or may in the future, become invasive; and to develop the collection to ensure it is capable of representing biodiversity and monitoring environmental changes in this area. This will be delivered via the collection development plan for Botany.

    Engage in networks focused on documenting and researching issues surrounding invasive species to develop projects and maximise grant opportunities. Develop collaborative projects, both within Natural Sciences, AC and...

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