Salary: £27,091 per annum plus benefits
Contract: Permanent appointment
Hours: 41 hours per week (including lunch breaks)
Closing date: 9am on Monday 21 September 2015
The Digital Content Producer, Science will be responsible for creating compelling, accurate digital content about the Museum’s collections and scientific research for the public, and for professional scientific audiences.
Working with staff in the Museum’s Science and Public Engagement groups, the post holder will develop content across a range of subjects relating to the natural world, ensuring that content about scientific research, collections and science events remains current and relevant across the Museum’s digital platforms.
The successful candidate will also provide training and support for staff commissioned outside the digital team to produce high-quality editorial features.
The Digital Content Producer, Science will need to work with a wide range of Museum staff members, manage conflicting priorities and ensure that all content is produced to a high standard, adhering to best practice for digital content delivery. you will. To be successful, you will be highly organised, diplomatic and an effective communicator.
The role will be based in the Digital Content Development team, in the Museum’s Content Production department. The team consists of nine digital content experts working collaboratively with colleagues across the Museum’s Public Engagement and Science groups. This particular role will support departments including Life Sciences, Science Directorate, Visitor Experience, Learning and Outreach and Press.
The Natural History Museum is one of the world’s leading museums, internationally recognised for its dual role as a centre of excellence in scientific research and as a leader in the presentation of natural history through exhibitions, public programmes, publications and the web.
All applicants for this vacancy are requested to complete a short test, which is attached to the role description for this post. Please ensure that this is attached to your online application. To apply visit the Natural History Museum website.