The post will become vacant with the retirement of the present Senior Curator, Marijn Schapelhouman, in September 2017. His successor will work within the team of twelve curators and researchers in the Department of Drawings, Prints and Photographs, as well as with museum’s conservators, information specialists and registrars. With the head of department, he or she will share responsibility for the museum’s world-class holdings of Dutch drawings before 1700 and be closely involved in all aspects of the scholarly research, publication and interpretation of works in this subject area. The successful candidate will also be responsible for recommending potential new acquisitions and play a major role in exhibitions and displays in this field.
Applications should be sent by email no later than 30 June 2017. Interviews will take place in July 2017.
See this page on the Rijksmuseum’s website for more information.