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Science Museum

Archived: Photography Manager

Job reference SMG00728

Date posted 04/07/2018

Application closing date 25/07/2018

Location Science Museum – London

Salary £33,000 – £35,000 p.a. + benefits

Do you have experience managing a photography studio in a high-volume and high-quality environment? Do you have excellent budget management skills, with the ability to motivate and lead a team?

We have an exciting opportunity available that could see you working amongst some of the world’s most fascinating objects. We are currently recruiting a Photography Manager to support the delivery of our digitisation strategy which aims to make our collections more widely accessible to an online audience.

You will oversee and deliver a high-quality photography service whilst managing the daily operations of the photography studio, which works closely with numerous internal teams, providing photographic and reproduction services for objects and flat material.

The role also offers the exciting opportunity to develop a service for 360o photography and photogrammetry using recently procured PhotoRobot equipment.

You will need to bring extensive experience working as a photographer for both 3D objects and flat material with a deep understanding of post-production processes. In addition, you’ll need experience managing a photography studio and excellent budget management skills.

With strong leadership skills, you will also possess technical knowledge of photographic and scanning equipment, studio set-up and image editing software.

You will be offered excellent benefits, including 27 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, a contributory pension scheme, BUPA medical and dental care, an annual season ticket loan and numerous staff discounts whilst developing your career in a world class museum group.

Please visit the website to download the Vacancy Information Pack which provides you with details of the role and the supporting statement questions.

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