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Job title: Technical Operations Manager (Touring Exhibitions)
Organisation: Natural History Museum, London, UK
Salary: £37,230 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.
The Museum’s touring exhibitions travel the world and are seen by over 2 million visitors outside London each year. Their partners and hosting venues are Museums, galleries, science centres and private companies that present NHM exhibition in all kinds of spaces ranging in size from local museums to world leading peer institutions. The Touring Exhibitions department is a busy and multi-international team who cover a range of different skill sets from engineering to object handling and operational expertise to sales and marketing. The Operational team oversees the delivery of large turnkey exhibitions at hosting venues.
The post holder will report to the Senior Operations Manager. International travel will be required for this role.
For a full job description and to submit an application, please visit:
Closing date: Wednesday 13 November 2013
Interviews expected week commencing 20th November
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