Join the GWL Team!

Glasgow Women’s Library is the only Accredited Museum dedicated to women’s history in the UK, and is also a designated Recognised Collection of National Significance, with a wonderful treasure trove of artefacts and archive collections that celebrate the lives, histories and achievements of women.

Learning, innovation and creativity are at the heart of what we do. GWL’s programmes of public events and learning opportunities offer something for everyone, from film screenings to literacy support, from talks to heritage walks and from exhibitions to workshops. Our programmes are fresh, varied, often linked to the amazing materials in our collections and always delivered by a friendly and knowledgeable staff team.  Do you want to join us?

We are seeking an experienced Museum Curator to join our dynamic team.

Museum Curator

Part-time, 14 hours per week

£27,780 PRO RATA; Plus 6% Employer’s Pension Contribution

Fixed Term Contract, initially until 31st March 2018.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 26th September.

An exciting and challenging post, we require a qualified, experienced and highly motivated Curator to join our multi-award winning team. You will manage, develop and care for the collections held at Glasgow Women’s Library, make items accessible to broad audiences and train volunteers in Museum related skills. You will supervise and support the Assistant Curator in delivering our exciting Women Making an Exhibition of Themselves project. You must be a graduate with an appropriate professional qualification, hands on curatorial experience and enjoy working with a broad range of people.

Download:

Museum Curator Job Description and Person Specification
Museum Curator Application Form Part One
Museum Curator Application Form Part Two

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Women only need apply as these jobs are required to be for a person of a particular sex under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 5pm, Wednesday 13th September 2017. As the shortlisting process will start immediately, no late applications can be considered.

 

 

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