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  • Deadline: Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - 09:00
    Employer: The Natural History Museum, London
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £30,877 per annum

    The Natural History Museum Invertebrates (non-insect section) division houses a large and active research collection of over 24 million specimens with strong historical holdings dating back more than 200 years. Experts from the NHM and institutions across the world develop and use our collections in a friendly, collaborative and inspiring environment.

    This is an opportunity for a collections specialist or early career researcher with curatorial experience to take up an important role in the Invertebrate collection. Applications for the post of Curator of Invertebrates (non-insects...

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  • Deadline: Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - 09:00
    Employer: The Natural History Museum, London
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £37,243 per annum

    The Natural History Museum Invertebrates collection houses a large and active research focus on Parasitic worms; principally Platyhelminthes, Nematoda and Acanathocephala. Experts from the NHM and institutions across the world develop and use our collections in a friendly and inspiring environment. The Parasitic Worms collection contains over 12, 000 species and is one of the largest and most comprehensive with particular strengths in its global systematic and faunal collections. This is an opportunity for a specialist with proven curatorial experience and demonstrated high level of...

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  • Deadline: Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - 09:00
    Employer: The Natural History Museum, London
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £30,877 per annum

    Embedded within the Earth Science Invertebrates and Plants Curatorial Division, this is an important role in a world-renowned institution with a strong scientific mission and public profile.

    The successful applicant will join a large science group composed of approximately 300 scientists, in an institution that houses some of the largest, most significant scientific collections in the world. The Museum is also home to an internationally important natural history library, a suite of advanced analytical and imaging facilities, and offers the opportunity to communicate science to...

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  • Deadline: Monday, June 6, 2022 - 09:00
    Employer: The Natural History Museum, London
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £30,877 per annum

    Embedded within the Vertebrates & Anthropology Curatorial Division, this is an important role in a world-renowned institution with a unique scientific mission and public profile.

    The Curator will work closely with the Anthropology and Human Remains curators, Principal Curator in Charge and Museum Registrars team to ensure best practice by reviewing collections documentation and preparing due diligence reports for Anthropology and Human Remains collections required for research, public engagement or outreach. These collections are frequently accessed by internal and external...

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  • Deadline: Monday, June 6, 2022 - 09:00
    Employer: The Natural History Museum, London
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £37,243 per annum

    Embedded within the Vertebrates & Anthropology Curatorial Division, the Senior Curator will ensure best practice in caring for a world-class collection of fossil mammal specimens. Specimens are to be acquired, curated and made available to facilitate research, teaching, training, reference and exhibitions. An established or emerging expert in their field of collections-based science, the Senior Curator demonstrates a high level of science scholarship. The Senior Curator will have day to day responsibility for the fossil mammal collections. This is an exciting opportunity to integrate...

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  • Deadline: Monday, June 6, 2022 - 09:00
    Employer: The Natural History Museum, London
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £30,877 per annum

    Embedded within the Vertebrates & Anthropology Curatorial Division, this is an important role in a world-renowned institution with a strong scientific mission and public profile.

    The successful applicant will join a large science group composed of approximately 300 scientists, in an institution that houses some of the largest, most significant scientific collections in the world. The Museum is also home to an internationally important natural history library, a suite of advanced analytical and imaging facilities, and offers the opportunity to communicate science to national and...

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  • Deadline: Sunday, June 12, 2022 - 00:00
    Employer: Grant Museum of Zoology, UCL
    Contract Duration: Permanent
    Contract Type: Full Time
    Salary: £25,715 - £29,088 per annum

    We are looking for someone to join our team of 5 Curatorial & Collections Assistants working within our museums and collections. During the Autumn and Spring terms this post focuses on supporting teaching and research using the Grant Museum collection. At other times the role works cross a range of collections management projects and initiatives in all UCL Culture museums and collections. The right person will be practical with a ‘can do’ attitude and is looking for a role that will allow them to develop their experience in collections care alongside helping to deliver an excellent...

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