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The British Museum seeks a Curator Northern European Prints

A unique opportunity has arisen at the British Museum to curate through research and catalogue the Museum’s outstanding collection of northern European graphic works from the 1400s to the early 1800s.

Print Curator: Northern European Prints, Monument Trust

This role will centre on the Museum’s collection of Dutch, Flemish and German prints and drawings, involving a variety of curatorial duties and coordinating work for projects. You will be an advocate, both internally and externally, for the Museum’s graphic collection through display, talks and publications.

Educated to degree level, or equivalent, in languages/history of art/history, the ideal candidate will have reading knowledge of German and will have experience in the field of prints and drawings. Some experience of working in a museum graphic collection and reading knowledge of Latin and Dutch would be advantageous.

We are searching for an open, effective communicator who is confident in presenting to the public in an engaging manner. You will be able to collaborate with colleagues at all levels and work well as part of a team. A publication history in peer reviewed journals is essential, preferably on some aspect of Northern European graphic art.

Print Curator: Northern European Prints, Monument Trust

Location: London
Closing Date: Monday 18 July 2016, 12pm Noon
Additional Information: Salary: £27,905 per annum
Contract: Fixed Term: Three years in duration (Full time)

To apply, please see the British Museum website.