Grade 6: £32,332 – £38,205

Full-time, fixed term for 33 months

Rethinking Relationships is a collaboration to develop and adapt museum practice to build trust with communities and improve access to collections from Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Nigeria and Uganda. It aims to respond to questions all museums must face about how they interpret, record, and acquire collections. You will be based at the Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford but will work across the four partner museums which are the Pitt Rivers Museum, Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the Horniman Museum and Gardens and the World Museum Liverpool.

This is an essential role for the successful delivery and achievement of this ambitious project. You will be a central, focal contact point who understands the aims and outcomes of the work. You will be key to the successful development of the network of communities, co-ordination with partner organisation as well as the drawing together of toolkits, guidance, and digital outputs. You will work closely with the two part-time Relationship Managers and relevant staff from the four museums.

Closing date: 25 January 2024

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