|Assistant Curator, The Rosalinde & Arthur Gilbert Collection|
|Expiry date:||23:59, Sun, 30th Jul 2023|
|Salary:||£25,070.00 – £27,550.00 Per Annum|
|Benefits:||Group Personal Pension, Life Assurance Scheme, and other great benefits|
|The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection is one of the most comprehensive collections of decorative arts built by a private collector in the 20th century, celebrated notably for its unique collection of stone and glass mosaics. The V&A has planned an extensive refurbishment of its galleries which requests contribution from an assistant curator until the completion of the project (delivery expected end of 2025). The appointed assistant curator must demonstrate keen interest and some knowledge in at least one area of the Arthur and Rosalinde Gilbert’s decorative Arts collection.
The assistant curator will join an enthusiastic curatorial team to contribute to a large-scale gallery project, from the conception to the installation. The post holder will benefit from a remarkable exposure to the various responsibilities of such a large- scale project, working alongside the architects, contributing to a series of audience consultations, and developing their own expertise in one or several areas of the Gilbert Collection. In short, this is a rare and exciting opportunity for someone to develop and advance their career in the museum world.
Closing date, Sunday 30 July 23.59
The interviews will occur in person on Thursday 31st August 2023
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UNVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS
Research Fellow – AR2820NB
School of Art History
Applications are sought for a committed Post-doctoral Research Fellow to work with Professor Laura Moretti, current Head of the School of Art History.
We are seeking a reliable, flexible, and creative colleague with a genuine interest in academic work and the ability to work in a team. The primary duties will be to assist and collaborate with Professor Moretti in her research and possibly undertake some teaching on her behalf at sub-Honours and Honours level, either independently or with other members of staff if required. Research activities might include editorial work, assistance with grant applications, and participation in networking initiatives with national and international institutions.
The successful applicant will have (or be near to completion of) a PhD in Art or Architectural History or cognate discipline with expertise in the early modern period. Working proficiency in Italian is required. You will be encouraged to carry out research of your own and to actively contribute to funding seeking and networking activities. You will be mentored and your career development progression will be prioritised during the period of appointment.
The post is available for 18 months, starting 1st September 2023 or as soon as possible thereafter.
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