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Job title: Head of Touring Exhibitions
Organisation: Natural History Museum, London, UK
Type: Full-Time (36 hours per week), Fixed Term (9 – 12 months)
Salary: £55,000 per annum
Location: South Kensington, London, UK
Touring Exhibitions play a key role in the Natural History Museum achieving its objectives as outlined in A Planetary Emergency: Strategy to 2031. Not only do they enable the Museum to work with various organisations around the world to reach large, diverse and new audiences but they also help them to remain financially sustainable through generating commercial income.
Over the next few years, the Museum wants to build on the highly successful domestic and international touring programme by actively identifying opportunities for new business; new relationships; and new models of delivery in order to maximise commercial and strategic benefit for the Museum. The Head of Touring Exhibitions will take a lead in driving this innovation. They will also be a lynchpin for cross-museum collaboration, working across Directorates to generate new ideas, explore funding opportunities and to deliver exhibitions.
The Head of Touring Exhibitions will manage and develop a multi-disciplinary team that includes sales, marketing, operations, creative and technical roles. The post holder will report to the Head of Global Engagement.
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Closing date: Tuesday 25 October 2022
Interviews expected: w/c Thursday, 03 November2022
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