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Researcher Cataloguer (2 posts)

Applications for this vacancy closed on 10 July 2013 at 12:00PM
The Museum of the History of Science is one of four Oxford University Museums.
It is a department of the university with a role in research and teaching, and
it also runs an exciting and busy public access programme. The Museum has
received funding through Arts Council England’s Designation Development Fund
for a project on “Making Prints Public”. This will catalogue, digitise and
make available online the Museum’s small but wide-ranging collection of prints
and printed ephemera.

We are looking for two researcher-cataloguers with experience of cataloguing
and researching in a museum, library or archive, who ideally also have
familiarity with creating content for online delivery. Successful candidates
will be careful in their handling and description of rare material, and able
to work well in a small team.

The posts are full-time and will run until 20 December 2013.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 10 July 2013. You will be
required to upload a CV and a supporting statement as part of your online
application. Interviews are expected to be held on 19 July 2013.

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Museum of the History of Science, Broad Street, Oxford
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2013-07-10 12:00:00+01:00
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2013-06-26 09:06:21+01:00
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The Museum of the History of Science is one of four Oxford University Museums. It is a department of the university with a role in research and teaching, and it also runs an exciting and busy public access programme. The Museum has received funding through Arts Council England’s Designation Development Fund for a project on “Making Prints Public”. This will catalogue, digitise and make available online the Museum’s small but wide-ranging collection of prints and printed ephemera.

We are looking for two researcher-cataloguers with experience of cataloguing and researching in a museum, library or archive, who ideally also have familiarity ...
The Museum of the History of Science is one of four Oxford University Museums.
It is a department of the university with a role in research and teaching, and
it also runs an exciting and busy public access programme. The Museum has
received funding through Arts Council England’s Designation Development Fund
for a project on “Making Prints Public”. This will catalogue, digitise and
make available online the Museum’s small but wide-ranging collection of prints
and printed ephemera.

We are looking for two researcher-cataloguers with experience of cataloguing
and researching in a museum, library or archive, who ideally also have
familiarity ...
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Researcher Cataloguer (2 posts)
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