Job Opportunities

We offer free advertising for any job opportunity that may arise in the cultural heritage imaging and photographic field, please contact the Webteam to place an advert.

Current Job Opportunities

Photography Team Leader for the One Collection Project
Science Museum, London
Job reference SMG00310
Application closing date 12/07/2017
Type: Permanent
Location Science Museum – London
SalaryUp to £28,000 + benefits

Job description

Do you have experience of photography in a museum or fine art environment? Do you have good leadership skills and the ability to motivate a team? The Science Museum Group is looking for a Photography Team Leader to play a key role in the One Collection project – our strategic initiative to re-imagine how our collection is cared for, accessed and shared. In this role you will oversee object photography for the collection, managing Junior Photographers in their daily operations and piloting a workflow for the rapid capture of images.

Job interviews will be held on 26th July.

To apply please view the Job description http://bit.ly/2sS64kF and apply online


Project Photographer, Medicine
Science Museum, London
Job reference SMG00295
Application closing date 11/07/2017
Location Science Museum – London
Salary £24,500 p.a. pro rata Job description

This is a unique opportunity for a talented, ambitious individual to become a member of the Science Museum’s Photography Studio. As the Medicine Project Photographer you will be responsible for creating and delivering high quality photographs of museum and loan objects, and of the medicine gallery development and associated events. You will also produce 360spins of several star objects.

We are looking for an individual who has object photography experience of collections in a museum, industrial and/or fine art environment. You will be able to make technical and creative judgements to deliver photographs both to the museum’s standards and the client’s brief. You will need to be proficient in Adobe Photoshop and Bridge, understand the importance of metadata and copyright and have excellent organisational skills with the ability to work to tight deadlines.

The Photography Studio is a fast-paced and varied working environment, so you will need to have a flexible approach to work, be a keen problem solver and a team worker. You will be able to pay meticulous attention to detail and maintain a calm and professional demeanour even when under pressure.

This role will be offered on a 14-month fixed-term contract.

Interviews will be held on 24th or 25th July.

To apply please view the Vacancy Information Pack and then complete the application online.